How else are people to know that I am, in fact, an Anglo-Saxon philistine? Surely I didn't spend years developing a distaste for French philosophy for nothing.
Next you think you know I'll change my name to Vettor Bragadino so that literally no one on this site can get the reference.
I'm Xhar-Xhar Binks.
I know I've asked a similar question before, but this one is not the same per se -- I mean here, what could they have done better in their times besides the forces which they could not control, namely the international revolution?
What is the general council-communist (or whatever tendency you are -- if I'm mistaken, my bad) stance on the legacy of Lenin and the Bolsheviks? If critical, how could they have behaved differently given the dire situation of backwards Russia at the time of the Civil War?
Sir Tim, Please do not ban me. Whatever interpretations you have with my post please understand that I did not mean to be rude or boorish. Please give me a chance.
It's evolving all the time! /lolz
I'll policy myself, thanks for the tip.
I come here as the ghost of Old Anglish and I must say that all you write is wrong.
Judeo-Bolshevism? You goof lol
It is probably spam bots. Have you tried posting in the wiki host's forums?
Hey-- what is the general left-communist view on the Bolsheviks and on Lenin? I understand "left communism" is a broad camp from Bordiga to Pannekoek, but are their criticisms or appraisals of the Bolsheviks grounded in
they're too authoritarian in this or that aspect or is it based on actual opposition to policy?
I don't need a Vanguard.