This is an archive of the former website of the Maoist Internationalist Movement, which was run by the now defunct Maoist Internationalist Party - Amerika. The MIM now consists of many independent cells, many of which have their own indendendent organs both online and off. MIM(Prisons) serves these documents as a service to and reference for the anti-imperialist movement worldwide.

Maoist Internationalist Movement

"MIM Lite" website forms

"MIM Lite" will be a website to fill in a greatly reduced agenda leftover from the old MIM website. MIM (1983-2008) covered all issues, but at the moment, "MIM lite" will cover only four and with even less hand-holding than the original website. Two of the concrete issues to be covered will be the environment and Islamic radicalism. Addressing just one theory topic, we also plan on addressing the political economy behind MIM's third cardinal, at least some unfinished business there.

MIM cannot start again, but MIM Lite can enter those cracks and crevices in the system where people and context seem new. Anyone who attacked the original MIM, either through death threats or slander, or harbored such attackers will be off-limits until public retraction.

The trouble with the original MIM website is that it gave positive references to many who ended up supporting attacks on MIM, a kind of masochism that reached intolerably ridiculous levels even by imperialist country communist standards. In addition, many making positive references to the original MIM are in fact frauds of one kind or another. "MIM Lite" cuts through the difficulties of having an overly broad agenda by refocus that eliminates complexities. We use the original website as a reference point in evaluating organizations and individuals and proceed from there.

It's amazing how light MIM Lite will be by giving up on exploiter manifestations. The MIM Lite is a fill-in project necessary because the masses are trying but likely to fail in breaking the bourgeois white nationalist encirclement of MIM.

The has a record of allowing political posting. If that turns out not true, one may return to What's New? for an update on other MIM-derived projects.

It is always a risk in scaling back ambitions that roll back may lead to roll back and further defeat. Nonetheless, the original MIM website and its struggles does not disappear and we can use it as a touchstone, while not burdening all readers with that knowledge. Hopefully, "MIM Lite" will find a way to go back on definitive offensive.

  • See also, "Two challenges to our international readers"