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National Maoism
« on: October 15, 2012, 03:32:32 pm »
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毛澤東思想 中華人民共和國

Socialism is not love. Socialism is a hammer
which we use to crush the enemy.

National Maoism is a variant of Socialism derived from the teachings of the late Chinese leader Mao Zedοng. In 1949, China underwent a Socialist Revolution. Mao unified the once divided China under a national socialistic government. Like most other socialist revolutions, the Maoist Revolution was successful primarily because there was such a widespread desire to expel the foreign Imperialists that were controlling China.

Mao's Revolution was a peasant revolution and in some ways a case of farmers simply taking control of the country. When right-wing American Imperialists invaded Korea, the Chinese population united behind Mao out of increased fear of capitalist Imperialism. One of the most significant factors that led to the success of the Maoist takeover of China was the rightist American invasion of China and Korea to fight leftist Communism. Our great leader Mao Zedοng has been regarded as an important figure in modern world history, and named by Time Magazine as one of the 100 most influential people of the 20th century. He is officially held in high regard in China where he is known as a great revolutionary, political strategist, and military mastermind. He was an enemy to landowners, businessmen, and Western capitalists, as well as an ally of impoverished peasants, farmers and workers. During the Cultural Revolution, Mao's already glorified image manifested into a personality cult that influenced every aspect of Chinese life.

Though most postwar Leftists don't view Mao Zedοng as a Nationalist, his revolutionary socialist state was as national as Stalin's Soviet Union. The popular idea of adding nationalism to socialism was taken up by both, Stalin and Mao. Though they weren't nationalists from the start. The final product, however, is National Maoism or National Stalinism, depending on what leader you prefer. Another national-socialistic brother is North Korea's state ideology called Juche.
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Re: National Maoism
« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2012, 10:09:42 pm »
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