About developing revolutionary strategy


What is now more and more becoming clear that there is no other way than that of tearing down capitalism (in its actual and last possible stage of imperialism), and so to build a COMMUNIST production system and society.....and socialism is just the first stage of communism in which there are still remains of capitalist production-relations but where communist production-relations are already developing. For the exact definition of the used terms: imperialism, communism and socialism I am stimulating the study of  the “Critic on the Gotha-program”, “State and Revolution”, “The Capital” and “Imperialism the highest stage of capitalism”.

There is no third way of “premature socialism in which first capitalist production-relations has to develop fully”.
Also it is clear that the “expropriation of the expropriators”, the socialist revolution and the building of the first stage of communist society, has to be the work of the mobilised and become conscious working masses. So no military coup doing the revolution instead of the masses and then submitting the passive masses to a governing  (proleterean? Bourgeois? Petty-bourgeois?) dictatorship.
Characteristics of a revolutionary attitude is not enthusiast commenting uprisings, or indignation and protest against all violence coming from whatever direction against uprising, or seeing in protest for more democracy and freedom (to do what? and to say what?), or the protest against worsening of the conditions of life or in favour of reforms as a proof of the real totally revolutionary character of the uprising.
Revolution is the change of one form of society to another form. Uprising of a part of the population or by different parts of the population are not the revolution itself but stages in the revolution.
In the revolution itself are progressive tendencies, and backward pulling tendencies. On the revolutionary side there is not always total revolutionary commitment but also “hidden agendas” , opportunism and counterrevolutionary intrigues.
There exist vanguard tendencies, moderated tendencies and backward tendencies. And on the revolutionary site there is also struggle for the leadership.
To be able to develop  the most correct possible revolutionary strategy it is necessary to be weaponed by  what Mao Zedong named the “dialectical materialist knowledge-theory” also named Marxism. It is essential for those who are just about to “discover” Marxism, to have the correct conception about it. Marxism is NOT an encyclopedia of the whole of  'works of Marx and Lenin to search for the right receipt suitable. That is dogmatism, not Marxism.
The use of “Marxist-sounding” phraseology used to develop an ideology of postponing revolution and of focussing on “possible” reforms has to be defined as bourgeois capitalism protecting ideology or revisionism.