Left Wing Terrorist Groups (Maoist, Marxist, Communist, Socialist)

The Third WorldLeft Wing Extremist (LWE), as witnessed in the third world countries, is basically a movement against capitalism, feudalism, comprador bureaucrat capitalism, inequality, exploitation, marginalization and failure of the sate to provide good governance. LWE believe that no political system is correct unless instill the state is ruled by proletariats or working class. In fact, the Maoists have been criticizing the second largest successful democratic country, India, as a ‘bourgeoisie democracy’. They argue that the existing democratic system or any political system in a country, except in Russia, China and some West European countries, a ‘new democracy’ should be replaced by armed revolution followed by socialism and a single party communist state. Photo: 2010 Communist Party of India, more than 500 rebels, armed with a sophisticated inventory of weapons, besieged a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) convoy in their signature guerrilla style.They…

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