Communist States and Ethnic Cohesion

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One of the things which confuses me regarding the spectrum of beliefs on the left is the different approach and tone that Communist states take to ethnic cohesion and immigration policies, versus those advocated by Liberals in the West, including professed Communists.

While in the Western World, the Liberals on the left, including identified Communists are without question for multiculturalism and open borders policies, it seems like the intact Communist states past and present take a different approach.

The Soviet Union and it's satellite states in Eastern Europe where ethnically white states, and it's leaders showed no interest in mass immigration and native displacement the way corporate globalists and liberals do in the West. Even today, these societies remain as they've always been, including during the USSR era.

Within China, it is the same story as with the former USSR. The PRC like the USSR is a Communist state, and yet nobody within power is advocating for mass immigration and an open borders policy that would challenge the jobs and lives of the predominantly Han Chinese population.

If anything, the crackdown on the Hong Kong protests recently seems to be in part the understandable belief that the Hong Kong people are ethnically Han Chinese and belong with the rest of the Chinese family.

North Korea takes this even further than China or the former USSR. The DPRK is not only a Communist state, but possibly one of the most ethnically nationalist countries in the world today.

Why is it that countries like China, the USSR and North Korea can be both Communist and ethnically nationalist. Yet in the West, Liberals including professed Communists belief that race is just a social construct and that multiculturalism and open borders are the path to a more civilised society?
 

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One of the things which confuses me regarding the spectrum of beliefs on the left is the different approach and tone that Communist states take to ethnic cohesion and immigration policies, versus those advocated by Liberals in the West, including professed Communists.

While in the Western World, the Liberals on the left, including identified Communists are without question for multiculturalism and open borders policies, it seems like the intact Communist states past and present take a different approach.

The Soviet Union and it's satellite states in Eastern Europe where ethnically white states, and it's leaders showed no interest in mass immigration and native displacement the way corporate globalists and liberals do in the West. Even today, these societies remain as they've always been, including during the USSR era.

Within China, it is the same story as with the former USSR. The PRC like the USSR is a Communist state, and yet nobody within power is advocating for mass immigration and an open borders policy that would challenge the jobs and lives of the predominantly Han Chinese population.

If anything, the crackdown on the Hong Kong protests recently seems to be in part the understandable belief that the Hong Kong people are ethnically Han Chinese and belong with the rest of the Chinese family.

North Korea takes this even further than China or the former USSR. The DPRK is not only a Communist state, but possibly one of the most ethnically nationalist countries in the world today.

Why is it that countries like China, the USSR and North Korea can be both Communist and ethnically nationalist. Yet in the West, Liberals including professed Communists belief that race is just a social construct and that multiculturalism and open borders are the path to a more civilised society?

Because the Euro-Commies are not really Communists - they're extreme Consumerists. They want to enjoy everything imaginable to the maximum - including race mixing.
 

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It is a bit odd.

In the USSR the regime did attempt to get different groups to coalesce together under the belief that everyone will be better off if everyone is rowing in the same direction, everyone is working for each other.

The Western communists in contrast seem determined to set every group in society against each other.
 

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It is a bit odd.

In the USSR the regime did attempt to get different groups to coalesce together under the belief that everyone will be better off if everyone is rowing in the same direction, everyone is working for each other.

The Western communists in contrast seem determined to set every group in society against each other.

Lenin wrote a book called Left Communism - An Infantile Disorder.
 

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One of the things which confuses me regarding the spectrum of beliefs on the left is the different approach and tone that Communist states take to ethnic cohesion and immigration policies, versus those advocated by Liberals in the West, including professed Communists.

While in the Western World, the Liberals on the left, including identified Communists are without question for multiculturalism and open borders policies, it seems like the intact Communist states past and present take a different approach.

The Soviet Union and it's satellite states in Eastern Europe where ethnically white states, and it's leaders showed no interest in mass immigration and native displacement the way corporate globalists and liberals do in the West. Even today, these societies remain as they've always been, including during the USSR era.

Within China, it is the same story as with the former USSR. The PRC like the USSR is a Communist state, and yet nobody within power is advocating for mass immigration and an open borders policy that would challenge the jobs and lives of the predominantly Han Chinese population.

If anything, the crackdown on the Hong Kong protests recently seems to be in part the understandable belief that the Hong Kong people are ethnically Han Chinese and belong with the rest of the Chinese family.

North Korea takes this even further than China or the former USSR. The DPRK is not only a Communist state, but possibly one of the most ethnically nationalist countries in the world today.

Why is it that countries like China, the USSR and North Korea can be both Communist and ethnically nationalist. Yet in the West, Liberals including professed Communists belief that race is just a social construct and that multiculturalism and open borders are the path to a more civilised society?
There are at least 9 nations of China
 
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One of the things which confuses me regarding the spectrum of beliefs on the left is the different approach and tone that Communist states take to ethnic cohesion and immigration policies, versus those advocated by Liberals in the West, including professed Communists.

While in the Western World, the Liberals on the left, including identified Communists are without question for multiculturalism and open borders policies, it seems like the intact Communist states past and present take a different approach.

The Soviet Union and it's satellite states in Eastern Europe where ethnically white states, and it's leaders showed no interest in mass immigration and native displacement the way corporate globalists and liberals do in the West. Even today, these societies remain as they've always been, including during the USSR era.

Within China, it is the same story as with the former USSR. The PRC like the USSR is a Communist state, and yet nobody within power is advocating for mass immigration and an open borders policy that would challenge the jobs and lives of the predominantly Han Chinese population.

If anything, the crackdown on the Hong Kong protests recently seems to be in part the understandable belief that the Hong Kong people are ethnically Han Chinese and belong with the rest of the Chinese family.

North Korea takes this even further than China or the former USSR. The DPRK is not only a Communist state, but possibly one of the most ethnically nationalist countries in the world today.

Why is it that countries like China, the USSR and North Korea can be both Communist and ethnically nationalist. Yet in the West, Liberals including professed Communists belief that race is just a social construct and that multiculturalism and open borders are the path to a more civilised society?
In fairness, most of the "communists" in the West aren't actually communists, as such.

They're useful idiots, working in the cause of communism, which is the antithesis of nationalism.
 

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There is one Chinese nation in China. The Brit scum imperialists tried to break it up like your "map."
Thats like saying there is one European nation.
There are as many different ethniticies and cultures in China as there are in the traditional nations across Europe.
 

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Another thing I think people are forgetting is that the most demonised nation in human history, aka. Nazi Germany was a Socialist economy combined with Nationalism and ethnic pride.

A lot of people now have this weird notion that Nazi Germany or Mussolini's Italy were tin pot dictatorships with corporate capitalists exploiting an enslaved population.

The truth is that, after almost two decades of exploitation by grubby Jewish gombeens, the National Socialists built up Germany with it's people enjoying a rapid increase in their wealth and quality of life while citizens in corporate capitalist Britain and America were mired in the Great Depression.

Hitler came to fear the USSR as an international Jewish conspiracy against European Civilisation and hence declared war on another Socialist state which had an internationalist reputation.

And yet looking at the modern dynamics, it seems that Russia today like China and Korea are ethnically nationalist states that don't tolerate open borders.

Meanwhile modern libtard Germany is under the boot heel of modern multiculturalism and open borders policy. While Russia and China remain ethnically homogenous modern Germany is becoming an outpost ot the Islamic Caliphate.

I understand Hitler's fear of Jewish designs on Europe. But I think attacking his old friend Stalin was the possibly the biggest mistake any 20th century leader took.

Stalin was shocked when his old friend Hitler attacked. I think perhaps had Nazi Germany taken a more thought out approach, that today Germany and Europe as a whole would be as ethnically homogenous as Russia, China and Korea.

For today those countries are both socialist and patriotic and nationalist. Meanwhile Germany is a joke of its former self. Otto Von Bismarck would be turning in his grave if he could the way modern Germany is going.

Churchill feared the sound of the Jerichos trumpets on the Stuka. But in the end, he won over Germany for Anglo-Jewish interests. A second chance seems too late at this stage.

Today Anglo-Jewish globalists sneer at weak Libtard Germany. I opine for the days when Nationalist Socialist Germany sent shivers down their spines.

 
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Thats like saying there is one European nation.
There are as many different ethniticies and cultures in China as there are in the traditional nations across Europe.
Absolutely
But one has to be a genius to understand that
 
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