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El Chuncho El Chuncho is offline

Marxist-Leninist Drifter

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  1. Rooster
    18th February 2012 21:45
    lol a typo is not a grammatical error, dumbass
  2. Roach
    17th February 2012 20:48
    mind if a I ask why do you know so much about ancient religious?
  3. Lee Van Cleef
    15th February 2012 17:59
    Lee Van Cleef
    Thanks, I love yours as well!
  4. manic expression
    14th February 2012 20:08
    manic expression
    Hey again, yeah you're definitely right, it's pretty sad how so many leftists go into some tunnel-vision whenever an issue that demands an answer slightly more complicated than "this good, that bad" comes up. It's particularly sad because the same people railing against Kurdish sovereignty are the same people who admit that there is oppression on a national level that severely hurts workers on both sides. It almost begs the question of why these leftists even oppose imperialist activity...if it's just as reactionary one way or the other, why do they even care if the US drops an insane amount of bombs on Vietnam? In addition to your other points you are, of course, definitely right about how it goes back to this "worldwide without exception simultaneous working-class revolution" fantasy. The sooner we all admit that it's not some sin for workers to liberate themselves in one country and then use that as a way to support their sisters and brothers across the world, the better.
  5. Bostana
    14th February 2012 19:55
    Thanks you too.
  6. Yehuda Stern
    14th February 2012 17:12
    Yehuda Stern
    Thank you very much.
  7. Zostrianos
    11th February 2012 22:56
  8. Die Neue Zeit
    11th February 2012 16:24
    Die Neue Zeit
    You could post a new discussion on him in History, if you wish.
  9. Die Neue Zeit
    11th February 2012 01:28
    Die Neue Zeit
    I believe that one was a parody group created by someone else, with nothing serious posted there.
  10. Zostrianos
    11th February 2012 01:01
    THanks a lot comrade, we can't always agree on everything, but as long as we can have good discussions it's all that matters

About Me

  • About El Chuncho
    Marxist-Leninist, though not a hardcore sectarian, grow up as a peasant, not a worker.
    History and science, Leftism and reading.
    Political Statement
    I am a Marxist-Leninist. I believe that whilst comrade Stalin had his faults, he acted for the good of the people and his faults are over-exaggerated by some of the left. I disagree with Trotsky, and find him naive on issues, but I do not especially hate him or Trotskyists. At the end of the day I would side with any leftist against a rightist. I am not a great sectarian thinking that Pan-Leftism is more helpful than bickering, and I am inspired by the non-Marxist pre-Marx and Mark-contemporaries such as William Morris, Winstanley and Bertrand Russell (despite his naiveties regarding Marxism-Leninism).

    I also believe in 'Socialism in One Country', thinking that before you can liberate the world, you have to start in your home. I agree with the wars of national liberation throughout the world, including in Ireland (though the IRA seem somewhat dubious at the moment) and the Middle-Eastern countries, and then built your country up.

    I believe that cultures are, in Stalin's words, "neither racial nor tribal, but a historically formed community of people". I think monocultural internationalism is impossible and unrealistic, preferring multicultural internationalism.

    Though Marxist-Leninists are portrayed as humourless, I am not even above seeing humour in my own ideology.
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    ''Don't buy bread with that money, hombre! Buy dynamite! Dynamite!''

    ''I am a Marxist-Leninist, and I will be a Marxist-Leninist until the last days of my life.'' - Fidel Castro

    '' I have sworn before a picture of the old and mourned comrade Stalin that I won't rest until I see these capitalist octopuses annihilated.''' - ''Che'' Guevara


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