WA Delegate: None.
Founder: The Republic of Vladimir Ulyanov
Embassies: Revolutionary Vietnam, The Proletariat Coalition, Anticapitalist Alliance, The great Eastern Soviet Union, Alliance of Communist States, and 6 others.The Sovereign Socialist States, Communist Russia, The Internationale, marxist leninist party, CCCP, and North Korea.
The Bolsheviks contains 2 nations.
Today's World Census Report
The Most Pacifist in The Bolsheviks
Nations ranked highly pursue diplomatic solutions rather than military ones in the international arena, have small or nonexistent militaries, and peace-loving citizens.
As a region, The Bolsheviks is ranked 3,666th in the world for Most Pacifist.
|1.||The Republic of Vladimir Ulyanov||Corrupt Dictatorship||“Struggle!”|
|2.||The Republic of Comrade Krupskaya||Democratic Socialists||“Freedom”|
- 50 days ago: The United Kingdom of Brutland and Norden of the region The South Pacific withdrew an invitation to construct embassies.
- 52 days ago: The Marshal of Milograd of the region The South Pacific proposed constructing embassies.
- 64 days ago: The United Socialist States of Brightloch of the region New Union of Soviet Socialist Republics proposed constructing embassies.
- 70 days ago: The Anarcho-Communist Community of The united slavic tsardom of the region UCR proposed constructing embassies.
- 70 days ago: The NIGHTMARE COMMUNISM of The Invisible Committee of the region Communists for Communist Communism withdrew an invitation to construct embassies.
- 72 days ago: The NIGHTMARE COMMUNISM of The Invisible Committee of the region Communists for Communist Communism proposed constructing embassies.
- 80 days ago: The Socialist Democracy of Vashtanaraada of the region Musical Socialism and Communism proposed constructing embassies.
- 98 days ago: The Communist Revolutionary of Alexandra Kollontai departed this region for The Communist Party of NationStates.
- 98 days ago: The Communist Revolutionary of Alexandra Kollontai arrived from Lazarus.
- 98 days ago: Embassy cancelled between Socialist republic region and The Bolsheviks.
The Bolsheviks Regional Message Board
IN MEMORY OF NORMAN BETHUNE
December 21, 1939
Comrade Norman Bethune, a member of the Communist Party of Canada, was around fifty when he was sent by the Communist Parties of Canada and the United States to China; he made light of travelling thousands of miles to help us in our War of Resistance Against Japan. He arrived in Yenan in the spring of last year, went to work in the Wutai Mountains, and to our great sorrow died a martyr at his post. What kind of spirit is this that makes a foreigner selflessly adopt the cause of the Chinese people's liberation as his own? It is the spirit of internationalism, the spirit of communism, from which every Chinese Communist must learn. Leninism teaches that the world revolution can only succeed if the proletariat of the capitalist countries supports the struggle for liberation of the colonial and semi-colonial peoples and if the proletariat of the colonies and semi-colonies supports that of the proletariat of the capitalist countries. Comrade Bethune put this Leninist line into practice. We Chinese Communists must also follow this line in our practice. We must unite with the proletariat of all the capitalist countries, with the proletariat of Japan, Britain, the United States, Germany, Italy and all other capitalist countries, for this is the only way to overthrow imperialism, to liberate our nation and people and to liberate the other nations and peoples of the world. This is our internationalism, the internationalism with which we oppose both narrow nationalism and narrow patriotism.
Comrade Bethune's spirit, his utter devotion to others without any thought of self, was shown in his great sense of responsibility in his work and his great warm-heartedness towards all comrades and the people. Every Communist must learn from him. There are not a few people who are irresponsible in their work, preferring the light and shirking the heavy, passing the burdensome tasks on to others and choosing the easy ones for themselves. At every turn they think of themselves before others. When they make some small contribution, they swell with pride and brag about it for fear that others will not know. They feel no warmth towards comrades and the people but are cold, indifferent and apathetic. In truth such people are not Communists, or at least cannot be counted as devoted Communists. No one who returned from the front failed to express admiration for Bethune whenever his name was mentioned, and none remained unmoved by his spirit. In the Shansi-Chahar-Hopei border area, no soldier or civilian was unmoved who had been treated by Dr. Bethune or had seen how he worked. Every Communist must learn this true communist spirit from Comrade Bethune.
Comrade Bethune was a doctor, the art of healing was his profession and he was constantly perfecting his skill, which stood very high in the Eighth Route Army's medical service. His example is an excellent lesson for those people who wish to change their work the moment they see something different and for those who despise technical work as of no consequence or as promising no future.
Comrade Bethune and I met only once. Afterwards he wrote me many letters. But I was busy, and I wrote him only one letter and do not even know if he ever received it. I am deeply grieved over his death. Now we are all commemorating him, which shows how profoundly his spirit inspires everyone. We must all learn the spirit of absolute selflessness from him. With this spirit everyone can be very useful to the people. A man's ability may be great or small, but if he has this spirit, he is already noble-minded and pure, a man of moral integrity and above vulgar interests, a man who is of value to the people.
1. The distinguished surgeon Norman Bethune was a member of the Canadian Communist Party. In 1936 when the German and Italian fascist bandits invaded Spain, he went to the front and worked for the anti-fascist Spanish people. In order to help the Chinese people in their War of Resistance Against Japan, he came to China at the head of a medical team and arrived in Yenan in the spring of 1938. Soon after he went to the Shansi-Chahar-Hopei border area. Imbued with ardent internationalism and the great communist spirit, he served the army and the people of the Liberated Areas for nearly two years. He contracted blood poisoning while operating on wounded soldiers and died in Tanghsien, Hopei, on November 12, 1939
2. See J. V. Stalin, "The Foundations of Leninism", Problems of Leninism, Eng. ed., FLPH, Moscow, 1954, pp. 70-79.
57% of the Syrian population voted on the new constitutional reforms, 85% of the voters supported the Assad governments reforms.
That is slightly less of a number than the Canadian population had turned out to vote last federal election (60%)......Pretty democratic even by Western standards of "democracy".
I would like to take a minute to discuss something that I'm sure we had all have to deal with.
Recently on Facebook, some old school friends of mine posted a reactionary picture.
The picture was of a "Downy" bottle of laundry soap parodied, with a picture of a child with Down syndrome.
I thought that this was in really bad taste and called them out on it. They basically told me that this was "their sense of humor" and that there’s nothing wrong with that.
Before I unleashed an ideological fury I realized;
"Is this really worth losing a friend of 15 years? Am I really about to throw reality in this guy's face...
I decided against it.
I thought of comrade Mao's "Combat liberalism";
"To let things slide for the sake of peace and friendship when a person has clearly gone wrong, and refrain from principled argument because he is an old acquaintance, a fellow townsman, a schoolmate, a close friend, a loved one, an old colleague or old subordinate. Or to touch on the matter lightly instead of going into it thoroughly, so as to keep on good terms. The result is that both the organization and the individual are harmed. This is one type of liberalism." - "Combat Liberalism" 1937 Mao Tse-Tung
My partner explained to me that "Yes we can fight liberalism in society and in a Marxist organization with this line, but it will only leave you Marxist friends if you stay true to it."
Though I think a better view is to understand that this will work on liberals and Marxists but not reactionaries.
Have any of you been in a similar position?
To the Korean People on the 70th Anniversary of the birth of Kim Jong Il
The 16 of February marks the 70th anniversary of the birth of Kim Jong Il and it is a day that the people and the youth of Korea will look back to the history of their glorious struggle against the interventions and the aggressiveness of imperialism, as the best tribute to a long life devoted to his people.
During all this years the Korean People struggled endlessly, to hold back the imperialist attacks, to build a society that will serve the needs of the many and not of the few, to resist to the threats and to fight for peace.
The importance of looking back in the history, of appreciating the efforts done by the Korean people, of recognizing the sacrifices and of the bravery of the people and of their leaders including comrade Kim Jong Il, is because this procedure helps not only the recollection but also it helps the people to look into their future with hope and optimism. Despite the sacrifices all these years, the achievements made during that historic period can only make people proud and determined for their future path.
At these moments of the Korean people, the World Federation of Democratic Youth, will stand by their side as it did in the past. With solidarity and optimism together with the Korean People and our member organization Kim Il Sung Socialist Youth League we can face the future.
MUST WATCH Syrian civilians call BBC journalist on yellow-journalism & reckless war mongering
The Syrian people support their leadership!
It is no surprise to see this western journalist try to tell the Syrians what is happening.....in their own country.
A small article on "Kony 2012" and its founders.
^ Thats good I like that.
"Sigh" this region is getting quiet comrades. Should we look at recruitment?
Looks like something bad happened to Comrade kamenev as he has vanished. Might want to recruit a new Educational Commissar for the Party?
Looking for a job Comrade Lev?
See me in Revolutionary Vietnam if you're really interested. I'm not exactly on speaking terms with the Maoists who controlled the aforementioned nation.
This region hasn't really been in use as of late, we're all a bit busy elsewhere.