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
Another mass murderer and like Stalin a bit of a bollix,I'm glad they are dead,just like their murderous Marxist ideas.
 

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To be among the masses and fail to conduct propaganda and agitation or speak at meetings or conduct investigations and inquiries among them, and instead to be indifferent to them and show no concern for their well-being, forgetting that one is a Communist and behaving as if one were an ordinary non-Communist. This is a seventh type.
 

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Whenever I'm in a taxi or talking to other members of the working class, I always make sure to raise the issue of mass immigration and Population Replacement, and the fact that our Native Irish youths can't afford to set up home and give the nation children. As Mao says, to fail to raise the issue of our national survival would be Liberalism.
 

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Mao's Song Poem of Snow, by Zeng Fanzhi
To see someone harming the interests of the masses and yet not feel indignant, or dissuade or stop him or reason with him, but to allow him to continue. This is an eighth type.
 

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We see in Ireland that free state régime policy is to make it so difficult for Native Irish youth to marry and set up home that they give up and instead dedicate themselves to homosexuality, one night stands, drugs and abortion. We are then told that we need mass immigration because Irish people are not having children. As Mao says, we must feel indignant. We must not just keep our heads down as sheepish Liberals would, but organize and agitate against this Genocide.
 
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Even David duke of late has recognised some of the merits of communism.
it's desperate stuff altogether when David duke is more closer to the likes of map zedung than 98% of the western left .
 

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Even David duke of late has recognised some of the merits of communism.
it's desperate stuff altogether when David duke is more closer to the likes of map zedung than 98% of the western left .
Indeed. So the extreme fringes of "nationalism" and "socialism" find common cause and fuse their respective ideologies. Quelle surprise.

But it was easy to see where the train of thought in this thread was headed. Well at least it was for those who have ever read a proper history book.

For I doubt anyone who finds in themselves sympathy for the glorifications this fool of an OP is promoting in this thread have ever read anything objective and thorough that might fail to leave them with the feeling that they are part of an "elite" - who in rarified company understand the problems of the bewildered "masses", and who almost alone possess the sensational prescriptions to heroically "solve" these "problems". Etc.

It's the fastest growing market segment on the internet today. The extreme irony of it all - that it is this exact pathological feeling described in the paragraph above that those who are clearly most cynical and bereft of morals of all seek to manipulate and profit from, providing the content to stimulate and further feed this pathological feeling.

Of course, freedom just ain't freedom when your back's against the wall. And Mao's ideas of freedom are just oppression now. Nothing changed for all the death that these ideas created.

There's a key difference though between those who would glorify these monsters today, and their predecessors. - It is the indisputable, elucidated historical facts tangibilising the memory of the millions upon millions of victims of these ideas and idealisms.

It takes a sociopath to be incapable of understanding why these ideas and idealisms have been discarded by history.
 

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Indeed. So the extreme fringes of "nationalism" and "socialism" find common cause and fuse their respective ideologies. Quelle surprise.

But it was easy to see where the train of thought in this thread was headed. Well at least it was for those who have ever read a proper history book.

For I doubt anyone who finds in themselves sympathy for the glorifications this fool of an OP is promoting in this thread have ever read anything objective and thorough that might fail to leave them with the feeling that they are part of an "elite" - who in rarified company understand the problems of the bewildered "masses", and who almost alone possess the sensational prescriptions to heroically "solve" these "problems". Etc.

It's the fastest growing market segment on the internet today. The extreme irony of it all - that it is this exact pathological feeling described in the paragraph above that those who are clearly most cynical and bereft of morals of all seek to manipulate and profit from, providing the content to stimulate and further feed this pathological feeling.

Of course, freedom just ain't freedom when your back's against the wall. And Mao's ideas of freedom are just oppression now. Nothing changed for all the death that these ideas created.

There's a key difference though between those who would glorify these monsters today, and their predecessors. - It is the indisputable, elucidated historical facts tangibilising the memory of the millions upon millions of victims of these ideas and idealisms.

It takes a sociopath to be incapable of understanding why these ideas and idealisms have been discarded by history.

Hello roc. Wouldn't you agree that if the Jews could go back to Palestine after 2,000 years of profiteering in Europe, and magically turn back the clock (if we can describe the Holocaust of the Palestinians as magic), then we can hardly say what has or has not been discarded by history. As for "isms" the one "ism" you will always fly the banner of is ZioNazism.
 

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two questions, gaelach;
1. Is Maoism compatible with the religious theory of Eliade & the Aestheticism of Collingwood?
2. Who is the successor of the Maoist ideal & if there is none, why even bother trying with Socialism?

i would like to also elaborate on the first question;
Eliade & Collingwood express similar views in their (respectively) religious history & aesthetic ruminations, namely that the world is run through religious rituals with social functions (dances are meant as initiatory erotic coupling & so forth). Collingwood claims that even something like Socialism is magic, in comparison to Liberalism, in that Socialism consists of various initiatory rituals, which, in the case of Trotskyite theory, is centred first of all on the urban & racially noble (unless they're Germans) & in Maoism on the Chinese peasantry. Mao's famous re-organisation of craft in China changed it from a variety of artistic & artisanic crafts in to a magic craft which served the purposes of Socialist initiation for the peasantry. Collingwood would probably argue that while this magic craft, by all means, contains a modicum of magic function, it lacks the artistic element, which would otherwise raise our lives out of primitive function in to an amalgamation of both that & civilisation, which is defined by the ability for us to raise ourselves in to what Eliade refers to as the sublime. Eliade would reject, as a Fascist, that Maoism had any magic capacity, but this is mere bigotry.
 

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two questions, gaelach;
1. Is Maoism compatible with the religious theory of Eliade & the Aestheticism of Collingwood?
2. Who is the successor of the Maoist ideal & if there is none, why even bother trying with Socialism?

i would like to also elaborate on the first question;
Eliade & Collingwood express similar views in their (respectively) religious history & aesthetic ruminations, namely that the world is run through religious rituals with social functions (dances are meant as initiatory erotic coupling & so forth). Collingwood claims that even something like Socialism is magic, in comparison to Liberalism, in that Socialism consists of various initiatory rituals, which, in the case of Trotskyite theory, is centred first of all on the urban & racially noble (unless they're Germans) & in Maoism on the Chinese peasantry. Mao's famous re-organisation of craft in China changed it from a variety of artistic & artisanic crafts in to a magic craft which served the purposes of Socialist initiation for the peasantry. Collingwood would probably argue that while this magic craft, by all means, contains a modicum of magic function, it lacks the artistic element, which would otherwise raise our lives out of primitive function in to an amalgamation of both that & civilisation, which is defined by the ability for us to raise ourselves in to what Eliade refers to as the sublime. Eliade would reject, as a Fascist, that Maoism had any magic capacity, but this is mere bigotry.

I've never heard of those gentlemen before, a chara, I'll have to look them up and come back to you.
 
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