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Post 18 Jan 2016, 01:37
I am a 34 year old from the USA. I am referred to as white and male.

I tried to join Revleft but was rebuffed.

I am a Statist and a Stalinist. I reject stateless, international socialism as inherently unworkable under the present system of things, thus, my ideal State would exist solely as an apparatus of class harmony and social justice in one country. For this, I was called Fascist and banned for heresy against the lord and savior Trotsky.

I despise corporations, racism, identity politics, petty bourgeois cosmopolitanism, and reactionism.

I look forward to my time here if indeed you will have me.

Hail Stalin, smash the capitalist state, glory to the worker and the people's State.
Post 19 Jan 2016, 03:09
It's the "Stalinist hub of the Internet", so welcome aboard.

Actually, there's leftists of all sorts here, but there's no ban for disagreements. Post away and have fun.
Post 19 Jan 2016, 11:36
Comrade, in revleft they pretend to like Stalinists but if you hit a nerve, they'll ban you. I was banned so many times for invoking Stalin.
Welcome aboard too.
Post 19 Jan 2016, 15:27
The people's flag is deepest red,
It shrouded oft our martyred dead,
And ere their limbs grew stiff and cold,
Their hearts' blood dyed its ev'ry fold.
Then raise the scarlet standard high.
Within its shade we'll live and die,
Though cowards flinch and traitors sneer,
We'll keep the red flag flying here.

Post 19 Jan 2016, 15:34
You sound like a left nationalist tbh
Post 20 Jan 2016, 01:52
Thanks for the welcome, comrades.

Conscript wrote:
You sound like a left nationalist tbh

Nationalist in terms of what? The Nation? Not as it currently exists. True loyalty to the socialist State, and under communism, true loyalty to each other only.

My desire is to see the concept of class completely destroyed and a classless society emerge (from each...ability, too each...need).

But under State socialism (from each according to ability, to each according to work done) the best we can hope for is the complete eradication of the upper classes, and total harmony among the remaining classes. True classlessness would be very hard under state socialism - if not impossible. I believe total classlessness can only be achieved after international revolution. My hope is that a socialist bloc form with total open borders between socialist States, with resources dedicated to inspiring liberation movements in non-socialist nations. Once the last nation on earth in enveloped into the bloc, the transition to total statelessness and classlessness can commence!

I am a communist - an internationalist, like Comrade Stalin. I view the State as a social apparatus. It is a means to an end, and not the end itself!

Hail Stalin. Smash the capitalist state.
Post 20 Jan 2016, 02:02
Yes, comrade! From each according to his ability, to each according to his need! What a great maxim! And the capitalists would only appreciate and capitalize on them once they lose possession of all their properties through bankruptcy.
Post 20 Jan 2016, 02:21
lev wrote:
Yes, comrade! From each according to his ability, to each according to his need! What a great maxim! And the capitalists would only appreciate and capitalize on them once they lose possession of all their properties through bankruptcy.

A great hypocrisy exists indeed. Bankruptcy! What a sham!

It is funny how there are so many safety nets for the bourgeoisie...but a safety net for the proles? Only through strength of arm!

Fascism is "socialism for the bourgeoisie". Privatize gain, socialize loss. Traitors, every one of them.
Post 20 Jan 2016, 15:46
That is why socialism is a paradise. You do not have to experience bankruptcy to be unemployed. Socialism, right or wrong. To keep right when wrong. To set right when wrong. Socialism, right or wrong, fight!
Post 24 Jan 2016, 20:07
Welcome comrade.
Post 09 Feb 2016, 00:27
Yes you sound a little like a left wing nationalist from your first post. You sound more like a communist from the second one.

You should look into Alexander Hamilton, Henry Clay, Henry Carey and the American school of economy. ... (economics)

Harmony Of Interests, Agricultural, Manufacturing And Commercial [book]
Henry C. Carey, a leading American economist and adviser to Abraham Lincoln, in his book Harmony of Interests, displays two additional points of this American School economic philosophy that distinguishes it from the systems of Adam Smith or Karl Marx:
Government support for the development of science and public education through a public 'common' school system and investments in creative research through grants and subsidies.
Rejection of class struggle, in favor of the "Harmony of Interests" between: owners and workers, farmer and manufacturers, the wealthy class and the working class

A left wing American nationalist Dr. Tarpley is also very interesting to listen to
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