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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 24 Jan 2006, 03:39
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 00:25
Looks like communist is going to die now.And time for me to shut down my newsgroups.

With Castro not well and is brother taking over it will be like China .One big communist mess with capitalism like China.

Looks like Cuba is going be like China.at aleast Castro is very strong with the communist system.

Why do you think I don't check this group much .Well at aleast south America has the potential for communist well North America is way of in the cosmos with not even %3 talking about communist at all.
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 00:29
why the frag are you here? Noone cares about your webgroups, Communism is NOT dead.
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 00:47
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why the frag are you here? Noone cares about your webgroups,


You have to be invited !


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Communism is NOT dead.


Name 5 groups like soviet-empire and I will take that back.
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 01:33
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why the frag are you here? Noone cares about your webgroups, Communism is NOT dead.


pofoyellowcard
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 01:38
Revcom, communism.org, Marx2Mao, Marxists.org, www.swp.org.uk.


All of the above can be classified as socialist/communist information websites.
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 01:47
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Looks like communist is going to die now.


Communism does not depend on 1 person.

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With Castro not well and is brother taking over it will be like China .One big communist mess with capitalism like China.


Any proof?
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 02:26
What is yellow card?

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Indeed, Raul is also called "the practical Castro," and when and if he does succeed Fidel permanently, many Cuba watchers speculate that he'll actually bring a less confrontational, more reform-minded rule to the communist island. "I think he will try to adopt more of a China economic model, probably continuing much of the harsh political regime but allowing more private enterprise and loosening foreign investment rules," says Latell, a senior researcher at the University of Miami's Cuba Institute and author of the recently published book, After Fidel. "And I think he's also going to want better relations and more dialogue with the U.S."



I should hope not.
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 02:37
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What is yellow card?


Yellow cards are reserved for special circumstances, if you want one let me know.

anyways, back on topic:
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 03:13
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Revcom, communism.org, Marx2Mao, Marxists.org, www.swp.org.uk.


I know there many communist sites but I'm talking about message boards like this.

Also many political boards are very right wing .There are some Nazi boards and more anarchy boards now.

Most of the youth are going to anarchy now not communist.If you google or use yahoo you get many message boards on other topics but only this board comes up on yahoo or google.
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 03:20
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Most of the youth are going to anarchy now not communist.


Most petty-bourgeois youth from the industrialised world, anyways. Don't think anarchism is too big in India, Nepal, China, Venezuela, Cuba, Bolivia, Russia, Phillipines, and the rest of the global working class countries.
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 04:38
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Indeed, Raul is also called "the practical Castro," and when and if he does succeed Fidel permanently, many Cuba watchers speculate that he'll actually bring a less confrontational, more reform-minded rule to the communist island. "I think he will try to adopt more of a China economic model, probably continuing much of the harsh political regime but allowing more private enterprise and loosening foreign investment rules," says Latell, a senior researcher at the University of Miami's Cuba Institute and author of the recently published book, After Fidel. "And I think he's also going to want better relations and more dialogue with the U.S."


People tend to change once they are in power. Also Fidel & Raul don't have supreme command of the island. Their word isn't divine.

btw, yellow cards are for special members.
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 06:41
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People tend to change once they are in power. Also Fidel & Raul don't have supreme command of the island. Their word isn't divine.

btw, yellow cards are for special members.


Any green cards or white cards!!

Well Raul and Fidel are buddies.

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Most petty-bourgeois youth from the industrialised world, anyways. Don't think anarchism is too big in India, Nepal, China, Venezuela, Cuba, Bolivia, Russia, Phillipines, and the rest of the global working class countries.



I just thought you where thinking that 4% of people in Canada or the US was talking about comminist.Does not compute.

Well South America or some parts of Europ may be but the US or Canada no way not even 3%.


Why India ?
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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 26 Jul 2006, 10:21
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 09:43
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Looks like communist is going to die now.And time for me to shut down my newsgroups.


Dude, this kind of defeatist attitude reminds me of many Indian communist leaders. WHich is why our country is run by an elitist government today, eventhough the country is the world's top ideal breeding ground for communism and socialism.

Nothing comes easy. And every pro-people ideology suffers major defeats first! Do u remember Lenin's hardships when he first started the Bolshevik revolution?! Please check up history!!! If he had a defeatist attitude like this, Russia woulda been a Tsarist country and every other country in the world the USSR went to emancipate woulda been over-run w/ neo-imperialism.

Ok. So the Soviet Union leaders made some costly mistakes. We should try to learn what mistakes they made and we ought to surge the movement forward- even through a message board.

We all agree on a common platform even if we are from very different places. So plz. dude, let's try and at least each other some mutual support and solace. Tomorrow will be a better day, I know that for sure.

The communist movement in India too is reeling, but I'm not going to get discouraged. All we need for communism to take flight at least here is an awesome leader like Hugo Chavez or Evo Morales.

Anyway, here is what our founding father, Mahatma Gandhi said about Lenin and his Bolshevik ideals:

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The devotion of such titans of spirit as Lenin to an Ideal must bear fruit. The nobility of his selflessness will be an example through centuries to come, and his Ideal will reach perfection".


http://www.aha.ru/~mausoleu/a_lenin/gandhi_e.htm

And I highly recommend u take a very detailed study of the hardships endured by the North Vietnamese Army during the Vietnam war. They lost 14% of their population, lost almost every single military encounter...but still, won the war. We need to show similar spirit if we are to see that communism or socialism survives in the long run.
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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 03 Jul 2004, 16:52
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 11:00
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Looks like communist is going to die now.


If anything will fall, it is Fidelism. That is what is in Cuba.

Communism doesn't exist in Cuba. Neither does socialism.

So don't worry, nothing will fall, except maybe Fidelism. And I guess the status quo will last at least for a few more years.
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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 24 Jan 2006, 03:39
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 20:37
Well Cuba is state run country but after brother is taking it over it may be like China or not.I just don't know what they going to do.
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 21:15
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Anyway, here is what our founding father, Mahatma Gandhi said about Lenin and his Bolshevik ideals:


I'm confused now. I thought Gandhi was against violent revolution.
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Post 02 Aug 2006, 21:23
I don't think Gandhi quoted that about Lenin's methods of achieving power, but more so about the system he envisioned and implemented.
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Post 03 Aug 2006, 01:01
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If anything will fall, it is Fidelism.


What do you consider Fidelism?
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Post 03 Aug 2006, 19:40
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Post 03 Aug 2006, 19:45
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What do you consider Fidelism?


Cuba's policies and doctrine since 1959.
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