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SabreF86 Jan 16 2015 says:

So these guys the commies dont have any religion like all other do?

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Readyus Jan 16 2015 replied:

It depends, some russian communists for example are orthodoxes.

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Ivanator95 Jan 7 2015 replied:

Syriza are social-democrats who like to pose as socialist. They should just say "Sod off you NATO, IMF and EU bastards, we don't need any of you!", unfortunately they will never do that.

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ZeTo49 Jan 16 2015 replied:

I did the above "guest" comment, sorry for not showing up at the time.

Ivanator95, You're right. Syriza will not go ahead with a classical socialist agenda I'm sure. But for me the old times of reading "Capital" or even the Manifesto are over. Not their principles of course but, the strategy, so to speak. I'm just asking if it's not the time to move on? (don't spit on me yet).

In the last few years I read a lot of Post-marxist thought starting with Lacalu's "Socialist strategy", that puts in perspective a lot of our common beleifs on the "left". I think the classical Marxist-leninist aproach to society is not going to work again (not even the social-democrat, socialist, anarchist, etc.).

Should this be the new fase of marxism?

Hope to see some unity after all. I am also tired of classical sectarism. we know the history of marxism very well to be able to overcome it, and refresh the "Left Tradition". Can we agree on this?

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Ivanator95 Jan 18 2015 replied:

Hi, I've watched the video you linked, and I don't think it shows a "new" face of marxism, since the principals are the same, just a modern method of propagating them. I've not heard about those guys before but I'm glad I've watched it. As long as we are on the same page about anti-imperialism and workers control of the means of production, the left front should be united around those.

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ZeTo49 Jan 18 2015 replied:

Yes, we should be on the same page despite our differences. It's all about bringing the poor to play an active role after all: demos+Kratos.
Some other “instructional” videos about things we all should know:

Fascist model in our future:
Carlo Guiliani and the Carabinieri:
New Maoists of Nepal (I’m still struggling to understand this)
What is “Podemos”?
About our general discourse on the Left (outdated in my view)
What does Syriza want? (and article in Portuguese – just copy paste it on Google translate)

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λpone Jan 5 2015 says:

hurr durr communesm doest work

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λpone Jan 10 2015 replied:


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Cpt.Dann Jan 2 2015 says:

What if Trotsky succeeded Lenin instead of Stalin? How would history and the modern world be different?

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λpone Jan 5 2015 replied:

Probably not a lot would change. Maybe more intervening in foreign affairs and **** like the Chinese Civil War, and Greek Civil War, etc...

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Cpt.Dann Jan 5 2015 replied:

What about the purges, gulags, and collectivized farms?

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λpone Jan 8 2015 replied:

I think purges would still happen (To a lesser extent). Targeted against Stalinists. But collectivization, I guess, would occur very slowly, over a long period of time.

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Cpt.Dann Jan 11 2015 replied:

Yeah I agree, I think the purges would be to a much lesser extent and he would first allow some capitalism for the farmers to allow them to get the economy back on its feet, then eventually collectivize them. Overall there would still be a one-party system and dictator, but at least the ignorant people calling Communism genocidal would have less followers. Mao himself was directly inspired by Stalin's policies so maybe he would also be a tiny bit different.

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