originally posted by: Fools
a reply to: RussianTroll
This is the linear thing. I am beginning to understand your line of thought. End result is the west is currently the latest evolution of Trotsky wing
of communist thinking or lifestyle. I agree with you that hypersexualism of the west now has its roots in the Frankfurt school. I was just unaware -
until you brought attention to it here - that they were all in fact Trotsky school people. Trotsky was a disgusting human being for sure.
Speaking of that, were the later western communist such as Castro and Che more Lenin or Stalin in your regard?
Most revolutionaries are at first very radical romantics. After a possible victory, when they are faced with real problems of governing the state,
then a separation occurs, sometimes very radical, to the point that friends become enemies.
As Thomas Carlyle wrote, any revolution is conceived by romantics, carried out by fanatics, and the scoundrels use their fruits.
If Lenin was moved by Russophobia and hatred of Russia, the execution for terrorism of his elder brother Alexander was a strong motive for him, then
Trotsky represented the interests of a whole stratum of Jewish atheistic society that did not fit into either Judaism or Zionism. He was an
intellectual, a brilliant orator and followed his ideas to the end. He had great support from the Rothschilds. In Vienna, Austria, there is a cafe
with a table on which it is written that Baron Rothschild and Leo Trotsky often played chess here, spending time with long intellectual conversations
about the future world order. Stalin was much easier than all. He was from the common people and thought of specific categories. Therefore, not
because of some love for Russia, he was able to save the state, win the Great War and get the love of many people. For this he is hated in the
Che Guevara remained a revolutionary romantic. He did not fit into the routine of government, rushed around the world and implemented utopian but
beautiful ideas. For this, many people love him. Fidel took over the state burden and his convictions began to transform to the harsh reality. But
they were largely driven by the idea of Justice, and he never changed it. Therefore, it is so popular, people were ready to give their lives for
I do not know to what extent they resemble each other, everything happened in different conditions. But, in my opinion, Che looks more like Kropotkin
with a Kalashnikov assault rifle, and Fidel looks more like a mixture of Stalin and Mao.
I will add
I would say that the Stalin regime is a clear application to Occam's razor)))
edit on 26-12-2018 by RussianTroll because: correct