Chakravyuh- A film on Naxalite Movement in India

July 9, 2014 Leave a comment

Chakravyuh– A film on Naxalite Movement in India


Chakravyuh is a Bollywood political war filmdirected by Prakash Jha starring Arjun Rampal, Esha Gupta, Manoj Bajpai, Kabir Bedi, Anjali Patil and Abhay Deol. Chakravyuh is aimed to be a social commentary on the issues of Naxalites.[5][6][7][8] The first theatrical trailer of Chakravyuh was released in midnight on 16–17 August 2012.[9] The film released on Durga Puja, 24 October 2012.[2] Chakravyuh released in 1100 cinemas in India.


The plot is inspired by 1973 Hindi film Namak Haraam directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee starring Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan.

Chakravyuh is the story of two best friends: Adil (Arjun Rampal) and Kabir (Abhay Deol). Adil Khan, a highly decorated police officer is posted to Nandighat, after a horrifying massacre of 84 policemen. Within days, he discovers that the Maoists, led by the ruthless and charismatic Rajan (Manoj Bajpai), effectively control the area. They are able to swiftly thwart Adil’s most determined efforts. Despite holding a position of enormous power as the SP of Nandighat, Adil has never felt so helpless in his career.

But then, into his life, re-enters Kabir. Rootless, aimless, the quintessential rolling stone. His only anchor in life has always been his friendship with and his loyalty for Adil. The maverick proposes an outrageous plan: He will infiltrate Rajan’s group and be Adil’s informer, and together they will smash the Maoist organization in Nandighat. In spite of his apprehensions, Adil agrees.

Sure enough, Kabir gets in and craftily wins their confidence, as only he can. He secretly begins informing Adil, who starts attacking the Maoists with great success. An enormous cache of arms is raided; two top national leaders and 63 activists are killed at an arms-training camp, and Rajan himself is captured. Within weeks, Adil-Kabir turn the game, pushing the Maoists onto the back foot.

But Kabir also begins discovering a different reality: The abject helplessness of the rural poor, brutally displaced in the name of development, the fruits of which never reach them; their land, their forest, their water snatched by their own government to allow big business to exploit the area and its people further. As the poverty and desperation rise, so does a cry of anger, giving birth to the Naxalite who believes the only way to counter this is with a gun.

Kabir also can’t help getting close to the activists. and he begins identifying with them: Rajan; Babu; Venu; and Juhi (Anjali Patil), a dedicated revolutionary with a tender heart, who has seen pain like none other. She begins to fall in love with Kabir. The confusion in Kabir’s heart intensifies dangerously until he is on the horns of a ghastly dilemma: Who does he support now? Who does he fight? He finds himself in a chakravyuh from which there is no retreat now.

And yet, before Kabir can make one last desperate attempt to resolve this with his friend Adil, events hurtle him into making choices that would put him at war with him. A war that would change the future of the region. A war that can end only when one of them destroys the other.

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Modern Beijing Opera: The Red Lantern, 1970

March 29, 2011 Leave a comment

Modern Beijing Opera: The Red Lantern, 1970



This is the one of Modern opera “Red Lantern” in the during of the communist era of China. So look and compare with modern capitalist nonsense.

Categories: China, Communist Movie

Chinese Army 8 route army Sino Japanese War

March 18, 2011 Leave a comment

Chinese Army 8 route army Sino Japanese War

Here is a film called by “Chinese Army 8 route army Sino Japanese War”  seens form revolutionary war era of the china under communist leadership. watch it and know how the heroic struggle  of the red army for graving new world.


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Anti Vietnam War Song

March 9, 2011 3 comments

Swedish Anti-Vietnam War Communist Song from the 1970s by Knutna Nävar (Closed Fists). English subtitles.

Categories: Vietnam war

Land for Freedom

December 10, 2010 Leave a comment

Land for Freedom

1936. David an unemployed young man, leaves Liverpool to join the fight against Fascism in the early days of the Spanish Civil War. He joins an international section of the Republican Militia on the Aragon front where he experiences the trials and anguish of the war.

Wounded, he convalesces in Barcelona and is caught in the conflict on the Republican side between the Communist Party and his revolutionary comrades in the militia.

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Land And Freedom

olution of this conflict and David’s return to the front may seem tragic but his belief in the possibility of revolutionary change is unshaken. His story is revealed only after his death, sixty years later, in letters discovered by his granddaughter.

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Those memories were immortal – Glory to fallen comrades in Turkey

November 4, 2010 2 comments

Those memories were immortal – Glory to fallen comrades in Turkey




dersim ovacik mercan vadisi MKP HKO sehitleri 17`ler (halksavasi)

maoist komünist partisi türkiye ve kuzeykürdistan (halk kurtulus ordusu)
dersim ovacik koe mercan partizan tikko komünist önder ibrahim kaypakkaya

Dersim Ovacik MKP Mercan Sehitleri ( 17’ler)

Dersim Ovacik MKP Mercan Sehitleri ( 17’ler)
20 Haziran 2005 Gazi Mahallesi Istanbul

Hand in Hand with The MKP-HKO

Long Live Marxism, Leninism and Maoism !!!…
Following Lenin’s footsteps hand in hand with the MKP-HKO…
MKP is a part of Revolutionary Internationalist Movement.
MKP ( Maoist Communist Party ) fighting against the fascist Kemalist Regime of the Turkish government.
They are fighting for the second October Revolution. They are fighting for the oppressed. They are hope for the brighter future of the Anatolian people…
The armed wing of the party is named Peoples’ Liberation Army (Halk Kurtuluş Ordusu in Turkish, abbreviated as HKO)
“We don’t regard Marx’s theory as something completed and inviolable; on the contrary, we are convinced that it has only laid the foundation stone of the science which socialists must develop in all directions if they wish to keep pace with life…”- Lenin
Yalan ve hilelerinizle baş edemedik, bu bize ders olsun. Ama biz de sizin önünüzde diz çökmedik, bu da size ders olsun”
Seyit RIZA
An important note from Mao on people who study Marx too much as dogmatic faith. Who become so orientated on being a Marxist purist that they lose all connections to the prevailing material realities. ‘The method of studying the social sciences exclusively from the book is likewise extremely dangerous and may even lead one onto the road of counter-revolution. Clear proof of this is provided by the fact that whole batches of Chinese Communists who confined themselves to books in their study of the social sciences have turned into counter-revolutionaries. When we say Marxism is correct, it is certainly not because Marx was a “prophet” but because his theory has been proved correct in our practice and in our struggle. We need Marxism in our struggle. In our acceptance of his theory no such formalisation of mystical notion as that of “prophecy” ever enters our minds. Many who have read Marxist books have become renegades from the revolution, whereas illiterate workers often grasp Marxism very well. Of course we should study Marxist books, but this study must be integrated with our country’s actual conditions. We need books, but we must overcome book worship, which is divorced from the actual situation. How can we overcome book worship? The only way is to investigate the actual situation.” Mao: Selected Works of ★☭ Mao Tse-tung May 1930 ★☭

Long Live People’s War in Turkey!


World War 2 – 1944, Operation Valkyrie

October 15, 2010 2 comments

World War 2 – 1944, Operation Valkyrie


Operation Valkyrie was an emergency continuity of government operations plan developed for the Territorial Reserve Army of Germany (Wehrmacht Heer) to execute and implement should, for whatever reason, there come to be a general breakdown in civil order of the nation; caused by the failure of the nominal civilian (Nazi) led government, to maintain control of civil affairs. The plan was approved by German leader Adolf Hitler, who intended it to be used in the event that physical disruption caused by the Allied bombing of German cities resulted in a breakdown in domestic law and order; or a rising by the millions of forced laborers from occupied countries working in German factories.

German Army (Wehrmacht Heer) officers General Friedrich Olbricht and Major General Henning von Tresckow modified the plan with the intention of using it to take control of German cities, disarm the SS, and arrest the Nazi leadership once Hitler had been assassinated in the July 20 Plot. Hitler’s death (as opposed to his arrest) was required to free German soldiers from their oath of loyalty to him (Reichswehreid). After lengthy preparation, the plot was carried out in 1944, but failed.


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World War 2 – 1944 – Operation Bagration – 1/4

October 15, 2010 16 comments

World War 2 – 1944, Operation Bagration

Location: Belorussian SSR, Soviet Union
Result: Decisive Soviet victory

Operation Bagration was the codename for the Soviet 1944 Belorussian Strategic Offensive Operation during WW2, which cleared German forces from the Belorussian SSR and Eastern Poland. Compared to other battles, this was by far the greatest Soviet victory in numerical terms. The Red Army inflicted nearly four times as many losses on the Germans as they ustained, and liberated a vast amount of Soviet territory (whose population had suffered greatly under the German occupation). The advancing Soviets found cities destroyed, villages depopulated, and much of the population killed, or deported by the occupiers.

The Soviet armies directly involved in Operation Bagration were the 1st Baltic Front, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Belorussian Fronts, 1st Ukrainian Front.

The German army lost about a quarter of its Eastern Front manpower, including many experienced troops, NCOs and other officers, which at this stage of the war the Wehrmacht could not replace. The offensive cut off Army Group North and Army Group North Ukraine from each other. This forced both Army Groups to withdraw from Soviet territory much more quickly when faced with the following Soviet offensives in their sectors.

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World War 2 – 1943 , Lower Dnieper Offensive

October 15, 2010 Leave a comment

World War 2 – 1943 , Lower Dnieper Offensive


Location: Dnieper river, USSR
Result: Decisive Soviet Victory

The Lower Dnieper Offensive was one of the largest WW2 operations, involving almost 4,000,000 troops on both sides and stretching on a 1400 kms long front.

It was another defeat for the Wehrmacht that required it to restabilize the front further West. The Red Army, which Hitler hoped to contain at the Dnieper, forced the Wehrmacht’s defenses. Kiev was recaptured and German troops lacked forces to annihilate Soviet troops on Lower Dnieper bridgeheads.

One of the costliest operations of the war, the casualties are estimated at being from 1,700,000 to 2,700,000 on both sides. The operation consisted of several smaller operational phases: Melitopol Offensive, Zaporozhye Offensive, Pyatikhatki Offensive, Znamenka Offensive and Dnepropetrovsk Offensive. Additionally, the Battle of Dnieper demonstrated the strength of the Soviet partisan movement.


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Battle of Kursk, World War II – 1943

October 15, 2010 Leave a comment

Battle of Kursk, World War II – 1943

Location: Kursk, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Result:Decisive Soviet Strategic victory

The Battle of Kursk refers to German and Soviet operations on the Eastern Front of World War II in the vicinity of the city of Kursk in July and August 1943. It remains both the largest series of armoured clashes, including the Battle of Prokhorovka, and the costliest single day of aerial warfare to date. It was the last strategic offensive the Germans were able to mount in the east. The resulting decisive Soviet victory gave the Red Army the strategic initiative for the rest of the war.

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