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Redpill me on Mao Zedong and the Great leap forward Hussien Shaban 01/10/2020 (Fri) 01:11:43 No. 206843 [Reply] [Last]
I'm always being tolled about how many people Mao killed. Articles are all right, but I'm more of a visual learner, so documentaries are most preferred. Book recommendations are nice as well.
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>>206891 It’s racist but in a different reason. In Xi’s book on the governance of China, he noted the people living under the PRC but isn’t ethnic or culturally Han are considered “minor people” and not part of “Chinese people”. It’s not really China chauvinism but more of Han chauvinism. You really couldn’t blame Mao for this because unlike other noted revolutionaries like the old Bolsherviks, Ho, Kim, Castro and Che,… he never got a chance to interact with the international proletariat to shake off that nationalism which made his development of socialism extremely Sino-centric.
Mao is the perfect example of why great wartime leaders always suck as peacetime leaders and vice versa.
>>206921 Not that guy, and I don't think Mao was a revisionist, but even though Mao is upheld as a radical proletarian internationalist (despite making some questionable foreign policy decisions after the Sino-Soviet Split) he couldn't escape Chinese nationalism (which isn't Han ethno-nationalism by the way inb4 the glowniggas and libs show up). The whole "with Chinese Characteristics" goes back to the time when Stalin was alive, who criticised Mao for it. The Chinese flag does not show hammer and sickle as representatives of the working class and the peasantry, but multiple stars representing "the classes of the Chinese nation" including the national bourgeoisie. The CPC's constitution says that they're the vanguard of the Chinese nation before they say that they're the vanguard of the working class. A redeeming aspect though: The Chinese constitution does say that they're a DotP, a worker and peasant state.
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>>206882 >>206891 >>207025 >>207176 MAO IS NAZBOL GANG
>>206919 I was literally taught this by a chinese language instructor from china.

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International Anti-Americanism Anonymous 01/10/2020 (Fri) 05:06:27 No. 207095 [Reply] [Last]
Stats for determining based populations (Pew Research from 2019, biased toward western influence and developed countries unfortunately). >Top list of anti-Americanism: (!-symbol equaling a predominance of left-wing views and policies) · Turkey · Tunisia · Russia · Germany (!) · Mexico (!) >Honorable mentions (for being proficient in English, victims to US cultural imperialism, but STILL being predominantly anti-American): · Argentina (!) · Sweden (!) <Top list of most colluding/psywar'd national populations: (v-symbol equaling a poorer national development, hence likely victims of psywar):

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>>207211 >Envy Sure.
>>207095 Greece could make into the Anti-Americanism list, although that's just my impression. People here hate the US across the political spectrum for different reasons: leftists for the US-backed junta, napalming the communists in the civil war, Iraq/Chile/Vietnam/etc and right wingers/religious nuts for bombing Orthodox Serbia and helping the evil Albanians and because of their Russophilia. Even centrists and centre-rightists try to distance themselves from the erratic US foreign policy sometimes. When I was in school, my teachers always emphasised the western/american injustices towards our country more than the ottoman ones and they were right. Most politicians have to pay lip service to to the anti-american sentiment in one way or another and pretend be friendly with Russia to get elected, but of course nothing ever changes and it's all talk in the end.
>>207243 Hasn't Russia made a lot of big investments in Greece? I remember the Americans whining about it a while ago.
>>207105 >>207116 >>207123 >>207139 >>207164 >>207173 <- imperialist colors showing >>207181 >>207182 <- imperialist colors showing >>207211 <- imperialist colors showing
>>207258 There are certainly active Russian oligarchs buying properties . This guy owns hotels, a football club, websites and a channel. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_Savvidis This one has a whole fucking island https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dmitry_Rybolovlev

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Michelle Greenstein exposing US imperialism Anonymous 01/10/2020 (Fri) 00:40:53 No. 206826 [Reply] [Last]
Michelle Greenstein of RT exposing the US. Even mentioned in the beginning how ISIS never attacks Israel, mentioning how ISIS only helps the west by destabilizing the middle east. https://youtu.be/GHonXJpRhxc
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>>207365 Only people with penis can understand the thirst that comes with it.
>>206826 god, why do I want to fuck jews so much? something in their features makes my dick rock hard, even ugly jews are fine too
>>207389 same I want to kiss Anne Frank
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>>207365 I'm sorry, feminine comrade, I'm not this embarrassing in real life; it comes with the territory of anonymous, virtual, social alienation and mediated loneliness. But I doubt that you would disagree if you were bi. Here's wholesome OC instead (pic related) CHECKEM
https://twitter.com/peopleconspire Her Twitter, she's definitely a radical leftist, she retweets only ML-ish people or even Maoists.

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Bakunin's Secrete invisible dictatorship Anonymous 01/10/2020 (Fri) 06:05:36 No. 207134 [Reply] [Last]
<Bakunin, involved in the revolutionary movement in Bohemia, later recounted that his aim was the establishment of a “government with unlimited dictatorial power,” in which “all will be subjugated to a single dictatorial authority,” through three secret societies based on “strict hierarchy and unconditional discipline.” This was only the first version of Bakunin’s lifelong fabrication of various forms of a “secret dictatorship” exercised by “Invisible Dictators https://www.marxists.org/subject/marxmyths/hal-draper/article2.htm what was this about ?
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The only good thing ever come out from Bakunin
A moment of lucidity.
Bakunin gets too much shit. He wasn't a utopian idiot like a lot of anarchists. Despite how much he and Marx shit on each other there was some respect there.
>>207250 If you are being beaten with the people's stick you are probably an enemy of the people tbh
>what was this about ? Hal Draper either being a dumbass or dishonest. Bakunin argued for secret societies because back then you could be killed for being openly socialist, and his "invisible dictatorship" is the rather bland strategy of keeping your politics on the down low while steering workers' movements towards socialism. This "invisible dictatorship" will be necessary in the resurgent labor movement (if it happens) unless you want to get suicided.

HAARP Anonymous 01/08/2020 (Wed) 22:09:41 No. 204982 [Reply] [Last]
Chaves knew what the US was doing for years. We should’ve lisend when we had the chance. https://www.livescience.com/8071-chavez-tectonic-weapon-caused-haiti-quake.html
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>>206113 >>206113 >>206113 this is definitely true. This is why I stopped going to festivals and such because the people are all trash. Gigs on the other hand, like, going to see a band or someone play synths are whatever, aren't necessarily this
>>206117 There is a bit in Chris Harman's peoples history of the world about it. Your average pyramid builder was given enough in kind to feed a family of ten. They were highly skilled workers. There is archaeological evidence of this, like written heiroglyphic accounts + digs on the sites where they lived while they were building. It does not say however, as you say, the tools they used. Also, weirder stuff has been built besides the pyramids, which is older and more difficult to explain
>>206195 I didn't bring up the pyramids, and my point was entirely about the technology involved, which we do not know, and leaves room for speculation. I agree 100% that we know about logistics involving the workers, and to my knowledge they were basically like contractors working for a guild and got commissioned to build the pyramids. And I agree, there are things that are much harder to explain than the pyramids, although there are also some really weird details about the pyramids too. >>206182 Yes, buildings and bridges take resonance into account to avoid collapse. That's what I was referring to. >No it is not reasonable at all How is that? Rocks have a resonant frequency. If you know what you're targeting you can narrow down what that might be and sweep through until you find what resonates. Then you could blast that frequency when you want to disturb the effect. I forget the physics term for it, but where there's tension in a system, vibration can function like a lubricant. It can cause screws to loosen faster for example. The same physical principle applies to tectonic plates under tension.
>>206271 The amount of energy needed would be more than the world is currently producing fucknut
>>206271 >How is that? Rocks have a resonant frequency. If you know what you're targeting you can narrow down what that might be and sweep through until you find what resonates. Then you could blast that frequency when you want to disturb the effect. I forget the physics term for it, but where there's tension in a system, vibration can function like a lubricant. It can cause screws to loosen faster for example. The same physical principle applies to tectonic plates under tension. The ground has very high dampening characteristics, it require very high amplitudes to overcome and so far man made earthquakes were the result of under-ground nuclear bomb testing. And there also have been smaller tremors as a result of mining and fracking. Consider that if you could easily resonate the ground this way then you could build a mechanical worm that vibrated until the ground around it liquefied, for mining ore.

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Anonymous 09/17/2019 (Tue) 02:23:17 No. 65199 [Reply] [Last]
Christcom General
Who /christcom/ here? Death to America, death to the Great Satan. What are some essential thinkers for Christcoms to study (other than the usual Five Heads)? IMO:
-Jesus Christ
-Chavez and Maduro
-Hassan Nasrallah
-Thomas Müntzer
-Ayatollahs Khomeini and Khamenei
-Malcolm X
-Che and Fidel
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>>76947 Edited version that wont terrify americans quite so much
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Broke: The Cuban Revolution was a socialist revolution Woke: The Cuban Revolution was an Islamic revolution
Jesus was probably a spiritual revolutionary and martyr but christian theology is reactionary BS that sustains itself on expansionism and colonialism
>>189502 I remember reading that wiki article some years ago and it said that this immanentisation of the Eschaton is something that triggers reactionaries really, really hard. So I suspect it could be something potentially good. And Merry Christmas to you too.
In worship, we learn to reject what should not be worshiped: the god of money, the god of consumerism, the god of pleasure, the god of success, the god of self. t. Pope

has anyone seen these cringe ass boomer animations? Anonymous 01/10/2020 (Fri) 01:35:35 No. 206862 [Reply] [Last]
So recently on youtube I stumbled upon this channel that makes these fucking weird alt-right animations called ME ME MEME. The humor relies heavily on earrape screams and jokes as dead as the attack helicopter shit. Here is a video you can watch from that channel you can watch for self torture:
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Back in my days, people posted the mp4.
>>207272 Back in mine they’ve posted 3gp.
>>206872 >Bizonacci This dude and ME ME MEME are in completely different leagues. Bizonacci defined a generation with his videos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QAVquq9bNs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMonlRsJ5hY
Yeah when clown pepe went from “haha funny puns” to “Le clown world” a lot of them popped up. The saddest one that’s still around is Murdoch Murdoch, they’ve been around since who knows when and they’re still making the same cringe inducing videos as they were half a decade ago. At the very least they’ve been kicked from YouTube
>>206872 >/biz/onacci Yeah but the difference is that /biz/onacci actually put some effort into his videos and makes concise and funny points with them and the shit in OP pic and Murdoch Murdoch is just Boomer shit at best and literal fucking insanity and dementia at worst

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Anonymous 01/09/2020 (Thu) 10:50:44 No. 205678 [Reply] [Last]
https://www.mintpressnews.com/largest-strike-world-history-millions-india-protest/263999/ In What May be the Largest Strike in World History, Millions in India Protest PM Modi’s Policies >An estimated quarter of a billion workers in India went on strike today, protesting the government of Narendra Modi’s racist and “anti-people,” “anti-worker” policies.
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>>206007 We can and should appropriate the burger founding father lingo. "Of the people, by the people, for the people" and such. The whole preamble to the US Constitution is pretty solid as a starting point. Engels even said that the burger constitution meant the US was closedt to DotP. That's from Principles of Communism. We discussed it some in that thread already.
>>206131 *closest to DotP
>>205853 >Is there any measures that a planned economy could take to prevent half the country hitting uninhabitable temperatures in the near future ACs powered by green energy
>>205806 If the Indian government fucks up enough it actually sounds like there is a chance.
>>206131 This is really something American leftists should do. It makes us sound like weirdos to normies when we use old Marxist terminology in public.

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How do I spot glowies Anonymous 01/04/2020 (Sat) 13:24:22 No. 197292 [Reply] [Last]
Hey guys, Newfag here. I am new here and I want to know how to spot glowies Thank you, I am very sorry.
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Everyone is a glowie except me.
>>206792 Every new fact I learn about the alphabet boys makes my skin crawl, it makes me so fucking paranoid
>>206855 t. glowie
>>206854 can i get a source that was great

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Questions from an outsider Anonymous 01/08/2020 (Wed) 21:42:18 No. 204922 [Reply] [Last]
How many of you actually support China? I understand that you are leftists but isn't China a form of state capitalism? What are your opinions on the sweatshops, on the repressions, on the censorship, on the political prisons? Surely, this is not very humanitarian. I understand that China is the big ideological opponent to the US and maybe that's why you hold on to it. Undoubtedly China has progressed A LOT, but that does not justify my problems with it.
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>>206438 This actually makes me happy because FT is an actual outlet designed for porky to read, is China was capitalist they'd just tell them to keep calm and invest but when they scaremonger about socialism like that it means that China actually scares them as ideological opponent.
>>206457 > because FT is an actual outlet designed for porky to read I actually wonder... what do porkies read?
>>206460 Depends on what porkies they are If they are super rich and powerfull, they have their magazines that actually delve into and explain some of the inner workings of capitalism and stuff that falls outside of the ideological "muh market" shit. They are usually pretty dry though and kind of expensive. I bet the rich and powerfull also read important news and papers by labour unions and stuff to keep up to speed. Petit bourgies mostly just read "manager mag" and other shit that gives them banale tips on how to keep their workers under control and validates their inflated sense of ego.
>>206457 FT doesn't treat its readers like idiots.
>>206457 >is China was capitalist they'd just tell them to keep calm and invest but when they scaremonger about socialism like that it means that China actually scares them as ideological opponent. They are scarmongering because China is a rising capitalist power that is competing with the US to be the leaders of global capital.


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