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The Five Heads of Communism as commonly regarded by Hoxhaists.

Hoxhaism is an anti-revisionist and dogmatic Marxist–Leninist ideology that is based off the writings of Enver Hoxha who was the Former General Secretary of the Party of Labour of Albania. It first appeared as a distinct ideology after the 1970s in the context of both the Albanian–Soviet split and Sino-Albanian split, Hoxhaism is based on tenets which include a rejection of perceived social-imperialist states, the defense of the political and economic policies in the Soviet Union under Stalin, and a firm adherence to anti-imperialism, particularly in regards to the building of revolutionary movements.[1]

Hoxhaism has been followed by numerous political parties that followed the Pro-Albanian Line as a result of the Sino–Albanian Split.

See also


  1. "A Brief Guide to Hoxhaism." (2011-06-11). Red Star Vanguard. Retrieved 2022-09-06.