All things you believe in, they are "right"... Right?
by John SkieSwanne
Many people know that I am dovish. I oppose revolutions, violence, and hawks. But many don't see why. In this thread I shall make a small
demonstration to make you, dear reader, see by yourself THE problem everyone seems to miss. This is a dove's critic of hawks.
Many people here believe that change won't come if we just do nothing. Violence is a tool, right? Without violence, you don't have revolution, which
means no hope of achieving national revolution , spirit and vitality, right?
If you agree with that, then I am sorry to break it to you... but you just agreed with fascism.
"They (fascists) identify violence and war as actions that create national regeneration, spirit and vitality."
As many of you already probably know, Hitler - amongst many others - was fascist.
Many people here believe that the ultimate danger to economy is bourgeoisie. For instance, the Rothschilds and the Rockefellers, which are just a few
groups, are in control of everything, right? The majority of the people is just a working labour class, and only a rich elite profits from this
labour. Thus the logical action for the majority of people would be to use their greater number, engage into a revolution, and overthrow the Elite,
If you agree with that... then you just agreed with Marxism.
"Marx argues that in capitalist society, an economic minority (the bourgeoisie) dominate and exploit an economic majority (the proletariat).
In order to overcome the fetters of private property the working class must seize political power internationally through a social revolution and
expropriate the capitalist classes around the world "
As it is well known by most of you, Stalin - amongst many others - was a Marxist.
I ask this with great concerns: Hawks, are you sure... you believe in the right thing? How can you be sure your belief system is not desinformation
from an old party, who wants our future to fit its view and, in essence, reborn from its ashes? Will you really open Pandora's box again and again?
How can't anyone realize that the greatest enemy won't attack you with weapons anymore?... it'll most probably be a silent war of ideologies, a war
in which the victims become the enemy - without even knowing it, because no one is prepared (it seems) to be dovish. A war not of matter, but of
ideas, of spiritual grounds. Where philosophical missiles have media as propellers, traditions as bodies, ideas as warheads, and mere concepts as
That's why I am dovish to the extreme. That's why I encourage pacifism.
Am I... the only one seeing this?
At Time's End,