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AnYnA Jun 11 2015 says:

I'm totally a communist !
I hate capitalism and democracy and wish to see them destroyed but i really wonder of this ideology will make a come back in the real world again.

All in all i think this group is really cool.

I'll watch it time to time and i'm glad it exists.

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Metalpixel Jun 21 2015 replied:

It's a dream, an Utopia.

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RussianBadAss Jun 15 2015 replied:

Greetings Komrad

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λpone Jun 12 2015 replied:

Communism is democracy,

you nimrod.

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ZeTo49 Jun 12 2015 replied:

AnynA is clearly relating capitalism with bourgeois democracy and liberal Parliamentary system.Communism is evidently opposed to that type of Democracy and only compatible with worker’s control of means of production, as the first phase of Socialist Democracy, that is to say, the Dictatorship of Proletariat (precisely to oppose bourgeois Democracy). It is strange to see people calling themselves communists and meanwhile ignoring this basic information. That is why communism can’t become true in our life time: There are too many people warring Che’s shirts without knowing anything about the movement. Being communist is not belonging to a cool fashionable group. It is self sacrifice towards an ideal, sometimes losing your job for it and all your friends in the process. Being communist makes even your family disgust you and some of us are bitten up on the streets by far-right groups. It doesn’t matter if you are the loudest person on a protest. If you still haven’t shared unemployment and some degree of poverty with those you want to see emancipated, then communism means something else for you.

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AnYnA Jun 12 2015 replied:

Well , my country was communist once until 1989 when Ceausescu was overthrown.
Sure i was merely a child then but i suppose i know something about it.
I'm not that informed to know expertly what communism is , yes i've known hardship and poverty too and i only meant it that my ideals and my way of life that i desire would have nothing to do with capitalism and democracy and imperialism.

I always lean towards the socialistic , communistic and even anarchist ideals anyway.
Unfortunatelly i don't wear any Che Guevarra shirts nor do i participate in street protests.

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ZeTo49 Jun 12 2015 replied:

AnynA, just for the record, I was not striking against you.

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AnYnA Jun 12 2015 replied:

I took no offence, i was just speaking a bit about myself so i can be more clear.

In any case not many people sympathise us for our common ideals because it's not our time now , imo , generally speaking.

As long as the capitalist beast rules we won't get far anyway , not even online , much less in real life.

What i'm saying is that we're sad and nostalgic peoples , at least i am.

I wanted to live in a society that respects my intellect and qualities and rewards them accordingly and not the corporate corrupt.

Communism was a great way of life and a good ideal but i think it's a lost cause.

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ZeTo49 Jun 12 2015 replied:

Yes, we are nostalgic about a lost way of living. There is nothing wrong in willing to live with respect (that is why communists are internationalists). I did not experience “Real existing socialism” as your fathers (I had experienced the leftovers of fascism instead until today) and of course, it had its faults. No one will ever love Communists and Anarchists like they love their masters, Christ or the police. “You are scum of the land”, some said to me once. And “thank God” I was born on the wrong side of History. But I do not agree with you when you say it is a lost cause. Everyone has breakdowns… When I feel low about Humans, I simply force myself to re-read revolutionary moments in History again and again. Then I realize we may not be ready yet, just like Lenin, Robespierre or the Gracci brothers weren’t for instance. Nice to talk with you AnynA.

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Ivanator95 Jun 8 2015 says:

LOOL the "socialist" Syriza leader with fascist pro-imperialist puppet of the West, scum of Ukraine, Poroshenko.
Both are turds.

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ZeTo49 Jun 10 2015 replied:

Turds indeed...
On a side note: Besides Eisenstein’s, and Chinese opera’s is there any cinema worth watching out there? I can only find a couple of pretty good ultra-left and anarchist movies:
Germinal (1993)
Tierra y libertad
Rosa Luxemburg

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λpone Jun 5 2015 says:


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ZeTo49 May 19 2015 says:

This blew up all my wishes for leftism, post-marxism and so on. I must say I am turning more and more to Leninism and classical Marxim: Syriza, Podemos, Bloco de Esquerda and Sinn Féin are truly “left wing childishness” and EU strategy seems to be just one: keep Greece on Euro and suck it out, just like EUA did with Detroit. If there is no other way, then we should revive ML, dialectic materialism and even some kind of Stalinism for good.

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Ivanator95 May 21 2015 replied:

Yep, I expected this from Syriza. Also the far-right lunatics and idiots from Golden Dawn should be eradicated with force. It's utter ******** that the "freedom of speech" should allow hate speech and fascism to exist and to spread.

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ZeTo49 May 21 2015 replied:

It seems to work just like "Human Rights", "Human Nature", "Freedom of choice", etc. Not that I am against it, of course, only a moron would be. But the bourgeois interpretation of these allows fascism and far-right people to "co-exist" peacefully with "democracy". These contradictions within the system can only be crushed by force, I admit it too. All in name of bourgeois "tolerance"!

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Sonne2 May 14 2015 says:

Paul Robeson sings in Moscow(1958)

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Angel_of_Death2 May 1 2015 says:

Happy 1st of May.

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