Comrade Mao Zedung - Combat Liberalism

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To my mind, Stalin and Mao were the ultimate Communists. They gave direction and focus to Communism in a way that nobody had before them, and nobody has after them. I would go so far as to say they were greater than Lenin and Marx. Though, of course they stood on the shoulders of these two great men.

In this time of the most desperate danger - Ireland's very existence is in peril to an extent that even the Brits couldn't ever manage - we should study the works and deeds of these great men - along with the works and deeds of other great Socialists such as Adolf Hitler.

The enemy we face is the very same enemy that Stalin, Mao and Hitler faced - Liberalism. They combated this brain disease in different ways, but they all relied on the Collective and Communal Spirit to combat the atomization of Liberalism.

In this thread, let's mediate on a few lines of Mao's great thought every day. Here is the full text:

COMBAT LIBERALISM

 

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We stand for active ideological struggle because it is the weapon for ensuring unity within the Party and the revolutionary organizations in the interest of our fight. Every Communist and revolutionary should take up this weapon.

But liberalism rejects ideological struggle and stands for unprincipled peace, thus giving rise to a decadent, Philistine attitude and bringing about political degeneration in certain units and individuals in the Party and the revolutionary organizations.
 

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Liberalism manifests itself in various ways.

To let things slide for the sake of peace and friendship when a person has clearly gone wrong, and refrain from principled argument because he is an old acquaintance, a fellow townsman, a schoolmate, a close friend, a loved one, an old colleague or old subordinate. Or to touch on the matter lightly instead of going into it thoroughly, so as to keep on good terms. The result is that both the organization and the individual are harmed. This is one type of liberalism.
 

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I'm afraid the above is happening today regarding abortion. We are keeping "friends" who voted for abortion, instead of robustly challenging their criminal and treasonous behaviour. This is Liberalism.
 

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To indulge in irresponsible criticism in private instead of actively putting forward one's suggestions to the organization. To say nothing to people to their faces but to gossip behind their backs, or to say nothing at a meeting but to gossip afterwards. To show no regard at all for the principles of collective life but to follow one's own inclination. This is a second type.
 

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Yes, this was all too evident to any canvasser in the abortion referendum. Liberal types telling canvassers that they had made up their minds and they thought it was a private matter which they didn't want to discuss. I have no respect for such cheap scum. I prefer the Abortionist who says straight out that killing Irish babies is needed today in Ireland.
 

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To let things drift if they do not affect one personally; to say as little as possible while knowing perfectly well what is wrong, to be worldly wise and play safe and seek only to avoid blame. This is a third type.
 

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Sadly, the common herd are so weak willed that they will always side with power. When the Catholic Church was behaving abominably in the 1930s, 40s, 50s and 60s, the common herd - led by the cowardly Leinster House politicians - dared not challenge the priests and bishops. Today, when the Liberal media moguls have become the New Bishops, the very same cowardly scum still will not challenge power.
 

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Mao was a genius but I have much more admiration for Stalin.

The strange thing is that the Trots play into a lot of trashy anti-Communism in culminating Stalin- and to hell with actually realities and the folk memories of the Russian people- when Trotsky was the most savage and least in any way democratic of the early Bolsheviks. And they get away with it.
 

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Mao was a genius but I have much more admiration for Stalin.

The strange thing is that the Trots play into a lot of trashy anti-Communism in culminating Stalin- and to hell with actually realities and the folk memories of the Russian people- when Trotsky was the most savage and least in any way democratic of the early Bolsheviks. And they get away with it.

The bottom line is that Trotsky was a Jew first and a Communist second - actually he was only a Communist as long as it was good for the Jews. In he end, Stalin had the measure of these Jews - but too late - they managed to poison him before he deported them to their Zion in Siberia.

Birobidzhan Stalin's Forgotten Zion
 

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Not to obey orders but to give pride of place to one's own opinions. To demand special consideration from the organization but to reject its discipline. This is a fourth type.
 

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Sadly, these days the Nationalist Movement is plagued by lack of discipline and order. Everyone regards their own opinion as being as good as any other - though they have not tested their opinion in the fire of debate among comrades. Indeed, there are as many Snowflakes among our Nationalists as there are among the Libtard Left.
 
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