Maoism-Third Worldism is an unofficial name for what is theorized as the fourth stage in the evolution of Marxist theory. There is no official title, but Maoism-Third Worldism is the most common one. The difficulty arises out of the vague beginnings of the ideology. As Mao Zedong fell to revisionism, just as Stalin had, Lin Biao gave a few ideas as to how the next stage could be formulated. He, unfortunately, died before any real concrete theory could be put forward. The most important work, representing a kind of foundation is “Long Live the Victory of People’s War”. In it, he outlined a general stance of the First versus the Third World. Since then a group called the Maoist International Movement and several independent authors have contributed ideas.
There is no cohesive Third-Worldist theory. There are however phony Third Worldist groups and ideologies. In particular, so-called Marxism-Third Worldism has very little to do with Marxist theory. In actuality, it is liberal identity politics that masquerades as Marxism. It is inherently reactionary, it opposes revolutionary work, engages constantly in wrecking, it is harmful to Third World people including women, and does what’s called “waving the red flag to oppose the red flag.” It is important to distinguish between phony Third Worldists from real Third Worldists