The Communist Party of the Donetsk People’s Republic has issued its first membership card to VI Lenin – the Founder of the Communist Party (and the Third International). This is a significant event in world politics, and an important development not only in the realm of Marxist-Leninism, but also in the international fight against the rise of US, UK and EU-sponsored neo-Nazism in Western Ukraine, and similar rightwing ideologies around the world. It is the thinking of Lenin – and not Hitler – that the Donetsk State adheres to, and has every right to do so under established International Law. Of course, the Maidan regime of Western Ukraine, with its swastikas and portraits of Hitler on public display, is not too pleased about this development, particularly as large portions of Ukrainian people living under Maidan oppression, do want neo-Nazism and would rather prefer a ‘Socialist’ State along the lines of Donetsk and Lugansk. These two small places are making a stand no less noble than that made by Great Britain against Nazi Germany during WWII, with the added irony that many in the ‘new’ Red Army are being killed by fascist bullets manufactured in the UK. How did we – living in the UK – sleep-walk into a situation where we have allowed a rightwing Tory and LibDems Government to openly support a resurgence in Hitlerite regimes in Eastern Europe? This is the fault of a bias media and a capitalist system that would rather have racism than Socialism.