reply to post by TheNamesZeppelin
Communism is impossible without total world domination
Not so, the issue is that no nation is truly independent, because to be independent one first needs to be self sufficient. What has been proven so far
is that social systems can not remain consistent in competition with each-other, their survivability in direct confrontation depends is so many
tweaks that they cease to be consistent to the original model /ideology.
Of course global domination and genocide of any/all opposing opinions for the cause of communism were the goals of Stalin's State Socialist USSR, and
history has copious amounts of records to prove this.
This is just a lie, Stalin was a dictator it had nothing really to do with Communism beyond the context and the some of the pseudo-communistic
policies that upon implementation almost ruined the nation, the communist ideals during Stalin were being corrupted and subverted from within, of
course that this was only possible due to outside influences, in any case the soviet system was never truly communist, it simply used communist
rhetoric and ideals for promotion and social stratification.
If you know your history you would know that Lenin had a very close relation with Germany (to a point that some would think him a spy) at most he may
have been a German agent provocateur. In fact it was during the 2nd Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, held in Brussels and
London during August 1903, that Lenin and Julius Martov disagreed over the membership rules. Lenin wanted members "who recognise the Party Programme
and support it by material means and by personal participation in one of the party's organizations." Julius Martov suggested "by regular personal
assistance under the direction of one of the party's organizations." Lenin advocated limiting party membership to a smaller core of active members,
as opposed to "card carriers" who might only be active in party branches from time to time or not at all. This active base would develop the cadre,
a core of "professional revolutionaries", consisting of loyal communists who would spend most of their time organizing the party toward a mass
revolutionary party capable of leading a workers' revolution against the Tsarist autocracy.
This type of stratification of the Communist ideals was one of the major points of corruption of the ideals, one that even extended to the Chinese
system. This concept is the core allegory of Animal Farm
a novella by George Orwell, a point that
has not escaped the CIA notice. The CIA. paid for the filming of an animated version of the novel as part of the U.S. cultural offensive during the
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