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1.The Soviet Socialist Republic of MzundulaxiLeft-wing Utopia“I did nothing wrong, kulaks deserved it”
2.The Guiding Red Light of Marxist-FeministsCorrupt Dictatorship“In defense of Korean socialism!”
3.The Marxist☭Feminists of THE DEFENDER ALLIANCECorrupt Dictatorship“The guiding red light”
4.The Grand Marxist Society of Greater Soviet ReichDemocratic Socialists“Viva la Revolución!”
5.The Mass Line of ComradelandDemocratic Socialists“Raise your hammers high comrades!”
6.The Proletarian Republic of KazirstanLeft-wing Utopia“Order, Progress, Equality”
7.The Socialist People's Democracy of GolanchiaCorrupt Dictatorship“Working Towards a Brighter Future!”
8.The Workers' State of Zulanka in NKLeft-wing Utopia“¡Hasta la Victoria Siempre!”
9.The Korean Youth Guard of IridiomCorrupt Dictatorship“The Korean People Will Not Be Subdued!”
10.The Korean Revolutionaries of State SocialismDemocratic Socialists“From each their ability to each their need”
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Pjongjang wrote:Also, what is your opinion on Ukrainian and Syrian war? Is there an obvious clear villain? Are there multiple guilty backers? Is there end in sight?

We stand with the Syrian people's national sovereignty and right to self determination, the same goes for the Ukraine. We advocate against foreign influence on any grounds noting that only the people of said nation are capable to bring about revolutionary change. The Assad government in Syria is the rightful governing representation to the people, and against foreign intervention we stand in solidarity with the Syrian people. That said, the reactionary Assad government is not the ideal government that we'd like to see in Syria - however it is currently the only 'legitimate' governing force to support.

THE DEFENDER ALLIANCE wrote:We stand with the Syrian people's national sovereignty and right to self determination, the same goes for the Ukraine. We advocate against foreign influence on any grounds noting that only the people of said nation are capable to bring about revolutionary change. The Assad government in Syria is the rightful governing representation to the people, and against foreign intervention we stand in solidarity with the Syrian people. That said, the reactionary Assad government is not the ideal government that we'd like to see in Syria - however it is currently the only 'legitimate' governing force to support.

Any grounds? What about like, Eastern Europe with like the Soviet Union? I'd think that if your a socialist country you would try and do whatever you can to free people from capitalism

I'm not sure how comfortable I would be in saying that a capitalist government is the "rightful governing representation to the people" I mean, of course defend them against the imperialists as a lesser-of-two-evils thing and to weaken the stronger capitalists governments, but outside of that context I don't think we should be defending capitalist countries, I guess maybe if it's like a liberal capitalist versus a fascist capitalist but that's that's still lesser of two evils

Kim Triumphant wrote:Any grounds? What about like, Eastern Europe with like the Soviet Union? I'd think that if your a socialist country you would try and do whatever you can to free people from capitalism

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Whatever you can as a Marxist of course, but learning from history shows that revolutionary action taken in places where the people are not educated or class consciousness developed to bring significant revolutionary conditions breeds failure every time. Noting Che Guevara's adventurism, Soviet involvement in Grenada and support for weak revolutionary forces in several African nations.

Contrast this to where revolutionary movements were already well established indigenous organizations and the people had a great sense of their own exploitation such as in Vietnam and Korea, Cuba and China . The ultimate failure of a single established socialist state in Eastern Europe in the 21st century speaks in great details to how Trotsky's permanent revolution would ave gone - exactly how Stalin's unifying Europe by force went 20 years later.

Europe, or anywhere else will be ripe for revolution when conditions align that way - we can as revolutionaries work to bring those conditions about - however we can't force them, it has never once in all of history worked as in the favor of establishing a stable socialist state. The masses must understand and reject their exploitation at the hands of the bourgeois ruling class - there is no way to revolution outside of that.

THE DEFENDER ALLIANCE wrote:.

Whatever you can as a Marxist of course, but learning from history shows that revolutionary action taken in places where the people are not educated or class consciousness developed to bring significant revolutionary conditions breeds failure every time. Noting Che Guevara's adventurism, Soviet involvement in Grenada and support for weak revolutionary forces in several African nations.

Contrast this to where revolutionary movements were already well established indigenous organizations and the people had a great sense of their own exploitation such as in Vietnam and Korea, Cuba and China . The ultimate failure of a single established socialist state in Eastern Europe in the 21st century speaks in great details to how Trotsky's permanent revolution would ave gone - exactly how Stalin's unifying Europe by force went 20 years later.

Europe, or anywhere else will be ripe for revolution when conditions align that way - we can as revolutionaries work to bring those conditions about - however we can't force them, it has never once in all of history worked as in the favor of establishing a stable socialist state. The masses must understand and reject their exploitation at the hands of the bourgeois ruling class - there is no way to revolution outside of that.

Revolution has only ever really happened in country's where people don't have that much education, other then the Paris Commune of course, though I'm not exactly sure how good the education system was back then, Russia before the October Revolution certainly wasn't well educated

I honestly don't know much about that, although maybe the problem was that the Soviet Union didn't send them enough supplies and volunteers and the like, definetly one of the big reasons we lost the Cold War is because near the end the Soviet Union wasn't doing everything it could to spread socialism while the imperialists were doing everything they could to crush it
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Can any socialist state be truely stable as long as it is in a world filled with capitalists who are trying to destroy it?

As long as the state fulfills people's need people will generally not overthrow it, the same goes for socialist ones

Eastern Europe lasted for a long time, and the majority of people in those countries want socialism back, I don't think you can call that a failure, the only way to bring about socialism is through force, wether that force is coming from within the country or without, hopefully both

Class consciousness is something you can instill into the populace through education and the like once the working class has control of the country

Nationalism is an unfortunate fact that Marxists need to learn to deal with. The Eastern Bloc never gained legitimacy because it was a system of government that the people of those countries felt was foisted on them by the conquering Soviet army (The national ruling communist parties were often referred to as "the Russian party".) You can't make the Revolution by bayonets before the time is ready, although theoretically you can help countries where revolts are already happening.

Golanchia wrote:Nationalism is an unfortunate fact that Marxists need to learn to deal with. The Eastern Bloc never gained legitimacy because it was a system of government that the people of those countries felt was foisted on them by the conquering Soviet army (The national ruling communist parties were often referred to as "the Russian party".) You can't make the Revolution by bayonets before the time is ready, although theoretically you can help countries where revolts are already happening.

Considering the fact that in a lot of those countries the majority of people want socialism back they can't have hated it that bad

Interesting discussion, comrades. I wish I had more time to say more but I wanted everyone to at the very least know I am paying attention still.

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