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On 11/3/2017 at 7:34 PM, MauriceClinton said:

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May one please produce and publish a propaganda poster that involves representing the "Anti-Right Movement' (A.R.M.) or "Anti-Right Coalition" (A.R.C.) against Capitalism and Fascism, comrade?

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48 minutes ago, MauriceClinton said:

A new one

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I will legitimately share a two-bedroom apartment with you if you are willing to produce propaganda images for the party, comrade.

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9 hours ago, DLimit said:

I will legitimately share a two-bedroom apartment with you if you are willing to produce propaganda images for the party, comrade.

We have a lot of them xD

 

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4 hours ago, Mutant_Pig said:

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Mao Tse Tung transitioned a backwards agrarian nation-state into a nation-state with an increased population growth, industrial production, and life expectancy rate. In the process, Mao Tse Tung converted one of the most agrarian nation-states into a dominant super-power in less than a decade. In fact, the famines that had predated Mao Tse Tung's rule consisted of a higher death rate than the nation-state under Mao Tse Tung, himself. 

As for the post regarding Josef Stalin, the statistics are fabricated.

How many human beings has capitalism executed within the past several years?:

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Well, as I've said in another post, you're Antifa lol, except that you make even less sense than they do. But I do have one very simple question: How exactly are you going to fund any of this?

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3 hours ago, Jinx said:

Well, as I've said in another post, you're Antifa lol, except that you make even less sense than they do. But I do have one very simple question: How exactly are you going to fund any of this?

The taxation system provides The People's Revolutionary Party with the ability to fund Universal food, clothing, shelter, energy, healthcare, education, and transportation.

What causes one to produce such a question if one had truthfully analyzed the economic cycles of the party?

Indeed, The People's Revolutionary Party opposes Fascism. Thus, the political party is an Anti-Fascist organization. However, the correct term would be "Communist".

What appears to be misunderstood or insensible about the party?

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On 11/11/2017 at 7:14 AM, DLimit said:

The taxation system provides The People's Revolutionary Party with the ability to fund Universal food, clothing, shelter, energy, healthcare, education, and transportation.

What causes one to produce such a question if one had truthfully analyzed the economic cycles of the party?

Indeed, The People's Revolutionary Party opposes Fascism. Thus, the political party is an Anti-Fascist organization. However, the correct term would be "Communist".

What appears to be misunderstood or insensible about the party?

It's really very simple, as I'm sure you are well aware from the posts in this thread and all around these forums. Fascist and Communist, the differences are minute to say the least, no matter what you claim. To be honest, parts of your manifesto are just plain silly.....such as 'The Right to Revolt'....seriously? and revolt using 'reasonable force'?....that's GOT to be tongue in cheek.

revolution
rɛvəˈluːʃ(ə)n/
noun
noun: revolution; plural noun: revolutions
  1. 1.
    a forcible overthrow of a government or social order, in favour of a new system.
    "the country has had a socialist revolution"
     
    I applaud your dedication I really do, but I think you may well be in over your head.

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3 hours ago, Jinx said:

It's really very simple, as I'm sure you are well aware from the posts in this thread and all around these forums. Fascist and Communist, the differences are minute to say the least, no matter what you claim. To be honest, parts of your manifesto are just plain silly.....such as 'The Right to Revolt'....seriously? and revolt using 'reasonable force'?....that's GOT to be tongue in cheek.

revolution
rɛvəˈluːʃ(ə)n/
noun
noun: revolution; plural noun: revolutions
  1. 1.
    a forcible overthrow of a government or social order, in favour of a new system.
    "the country has had a socialist revolution"
     
    I applaud your dedication I really do, but I think you may well be in over your head.

Fascism is defined as a political and economic system that is governed by either one human being or a group of human beings, which is often classified as "The Dictatorship of the Bourgeoisie" or "Elitism". However, a Socialist or Communist system involves the WORKING-CLASS CITIZENS controlling the means of production within a direct-democracy, indicating that the people possess total control of the political and economic system.

 

"The Right to Revolt" involves revolting against a corrupted representative of the party that infringes The Constitution of the P.R.P., such as "Misrepresentation" or "Counter-Revolutionarism". 

 

One has never witnessed revolutions that involved applying reasonable force against corrupted leaders?

 

Just a side note, I am majoring in the political sciences for the purposes of attaining a PhD... any comparison between Fascism and Communism, despite functioning as polar-opposites within the political compass, is more than likely based on "The Red Scare" propaganda manufactured by the Central Intelligence Agency or falsely-proclaimed Socialist nations.

Hopefully, one is aware that Communism has never existed within ANY nation-state throughout history, excluding "Primitive Communism" during the "Hunter and Gatherers" era.
 

The People's Revolutionary Party shall be producing and sharing literature that heavily informs the citizens of Identity Island regarding the ideology of Marxist-Leninism, in great detail, in order to eliminate any "Red Scare" biases that exist within one's mind.

During the majority of occasions, citizens spout "Cold War rhetoric" with false statistics regarding the deaths that were supposedly conducted by Josef Stalin, who was not a true Socialist, rather than a legitimate counter-argument against the in-depth theories that were produced by Marx, Engels, Lenin, Trotsky, Mao Tse Tung, Huey P. Newton etc...

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Application:

Full Name: Jason Valentino
Current Occupation: Immigrant
Former Occupation(s): Criminal Law Student
Residence/Address: Soon to be a Two Bedroom at Town Square

Reason for joining:  I want to join this political entity as it ties in with my political views in RP.  As a criminology student I have backings in the aspects of Homeland Security, Intelligence Gathering, and Internal Policing.  If there is a chance, I wish to start out as a member or representative in attempts to further spread the influence of The People's Revolutionary Party.

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33 minutes ago, Jager said:

Application:

Full Name: Jason Valentino
Current Occupation: Immigrant
Former Occupation(s): Criminal Law Student
Residence/Address: Soon to be a Two Bedroom at Town Square

Reason for joining:  I want to join this political entity as it ties in with my political views in RP.  As a criminology student I have backings in the aspects of Homeland Security, Intelligence Gathering, and Internal Policing.  If there is a chance, I wish to start out as a member or representative in attempts to further spread the influence of The People's Revolutionary Party.

May one please message my inbox by "copying and pasting" this response in the message, comrade? You and I shall discuss your future within the organization.

 

- Damien Malik, Founder of The People's Revolutionary Party

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On 11/5/2017 at 11:44 PM, DLimit said:

Mao Tse Tung transitioned a backwards agrarian nation-state into a nation-state with an increased population growth, industrial production, and life expectancy rate. In the process, Mao Tse Tung converted one of the most agrarian nation-states into a dominant super-power in less than a decade. In fact, the famines that had predated Mao Tse Tung's rule consisted of a higher death rate than the nation-state under Mao Tse Tung, himself. 

As for the post regarding Josef Stalin, the statistics are fabricated.

How many human beings has capitalism executed within the past several years?:

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Probably the most misleading info graphic I have ever seen. The above happens in all third world countries, no matter the economic system. Ironically it is probably higher with communism present.

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1 hour ago, dragon_12dk said:

Probably the most misleading info graphic I have ever seen. The above happens in all third world countries, no matter the economic system. Ironically it is probably higher with communism present.

The incidents listed above were less likely to occur under self-proclaimed Socialist societies. Why does one continuously reference to former self-proclaimed Socialist nation-states as "Communist" when Communism has never existed within society? Communism is the stage that exists after Socialism, which involves abolishing class AND the state due to overproduction, resulting in each and every single human being attaining commodities and services for free beyond the basic necessities to life? 

In fact, such incidences had increased due to the enactment of Neo-Liberal policies that decreases the presence of social institutions, empowering multi-national corporations to exploit labourers and resources for profit. For example, within India, farmers are incapable of watering their crops considering that multi-national corporations, such as Nestle, claim ownership to the sanitary water sources within the nation-state, resulting in M.N.C.s selling water bottles to farmers in order to water their crops.

 

It's not misleading... individuals claim that Capitalism is prosperous. Yet, it cannot eliminate the most basic issues within the developing world considering that developed nations cannot prosper under Capitalism without exploiting the developing world. In fact, under Socialism, more individuals were capable of attaining access to food and sanitary water, such as the cases within Cuba, Burkina Faso, and Somaaliya, than when such nations were under capitalism (excluding Cuba).

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7 hours ago, DLimit said:

The incidents listed above were less likely to occur under self-proclaimed Socialist societies. Why does one continuously reference to former self-proclaimed Socialist nation-states as "Communist" when Communism has never existed within society? Communism is the stage that exists after Socialism, which involves abolishing class AND the state due to overproduction, resulting in each and every single human being attaining commodities and services for free beyond the basic necessities to life? 

In fact, such incidences had increased due to the enactment of Neo-Liberal policies that decreases the presence of social institutions, empowering multi-national corporations to exploit labourers and resources for profit. For example, within India, farmers are incapable of watering their crops considering that multi-national corporations, such as Nestle, claim ownership to the sanitary water sources within the nation-state, resulting in M.N.C.s selling water bottles to farmers in order to water their crops.

 

It's not misleading... individuals claim that Capitalism is prosperous. Yet, it cannot eliminate the most basic issues within the developing world considering that developed nations cannot prosper under Capitalism without exploiting the developing world. In fact, under Socialism, more individuals were capable of attaining access to food and sanitary water, such as the cases within Cuba, Burkina Faso, and Somaaliya, than when such nations were under capitalism (excluding Cuba).

Why then are no communists first world countries? China is a second world country, the former USSR was a second world country, North Korea also stuck in the second world. Every country in south america is not only open to socialism, but stuck in the third world as well. If they are so prosperous as you idiotically claim, why can they never reach the first world like all of us evil capitalists so effortlessly do?

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4 hours ago, dragon_12dk said:

Why then are no communists first world countries? China is a second world country, the former USSR was a second world country, North Korea also stuck in the second world. Every country in south america is not only open to socialism, but stuck in the third world as well. If they are so prosperous as you idiotically claim, why can they never reach the first world like all of us evil capitalists so effortlessly do?

"As you idiotically claim"... I did not claim that "Socialism caused these nations to be prosperous". Thank you very much for the ad hominem fallacy, it clearly displays your ability to engage in an intelligent discussion.

 

The majority of "prosperous" modern-day Capitalist nation-states had managed to attain such a state of "prosperity" through either slavery, colonialism, genocide, warfare, or the exploitation of labour and resources within third world nations.

U.S. = Genocide of indigenous populations + enslavement of African populations

Germany = Genocide of non-Aryans + enslavement of non-Aryans

Japan = Invasion of Korea and China alongside with the enslavement of Koreans and Chinese citizens.

You're continuously applying the phrase "First world COMMUNIST countries" when zero Communist nation-states have ever existed within society. Communism is the stage that exists directly after Socialism as a CLASSLESS and STATELESS system due to the overproduction of goods that are capable of meeting the demands of the entire population within a specific region. 

 

"Every country in south america is not only open to socialism"... Only Venezuela and Cuba had adopted an economic system that closely resembles Socialism. However, neither nation-states consists of a "Dictatorship of the Proletariat" considering that it has been governed by a centralized bureaucracy of the bourgeoisie. In the process, countless C.I.A.-based operations, alongside with global embargoes, has resulted in these nation-states' inability to attain access to resources that exist outside of their borders.

 

The People's Republic of China was probably one of the most backwards feudal nation-states on the planet until the Socialist policies of Mao Tse Tung had increased the Human Development and production-rate of the nation-state to the extent that it had transitioned into one of the most dominant superpowers within the planet Earth. The identical scenario applied to the U.S.S.R., a former-feudalistic society with a 99% illiteracy rate until The Soviet Union had converted the nation-state into a global superpower.

Somalia was once classified as "The Paradise of Afirika" under the Scientific-Socialist regime of Jaalle Maxamed Siyaad Barre until his person was deposed... a nation with universal education and healthcare has transitioned itself into an Anarcho-Capitalist wasteland of private militaries dictating regions of the nation-state.

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Yelling "ad hominem fallacy" does not dispute the fact that capitalism has brought more prosperity to the world than any other economic model. What you say is ludicrous and a complete insult to history. Killing Indians and having slavery did not magically make America a first world country or global power, and Germany under the Nazis did not progress them at all like you seem to think (perhaps you forgot that they lost the war), in fact it holds them back still to this very day (not to mention the Nazis were socialists "National Socialist German Workers' Party"). And Japan did not gain anything it has today from enslavement, they lost the land they took and the Empire of Japan has been completely different since their constitution in 1947. You are smearing history, all you do is take a capitalist country, and then look for something bad about it in their past to somehow blame on capitalism, even though it is not capitalism to blame but rather the people in their government or their model of government. Socialism is a philosophy of failure.

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22 hours ago, dragon_12dk said:

Yelling "ad hominem fallacy" does not dispute the fact that capitalism has brought more prosperity to the world than any other economic model. What you say is ludicrous and a complete insult to history. Killing Indians and having slavery did not magically make America a first world country or global power, and Germany under the Nazis did not progress them at all like you seem to think (perhaps you forgot that they lost the war), in fact it holds them back still to this very day (not to mention the Nazis were socialists "National Socialist German Workers' Party"). And Japan did not gain anything it has today from enslavement, they lost the land they took and the Empire of Japan has been completely different since their constitution in 1947. You are smearing history, all you do is take a capitalist country, and then look for something bad about it in their past to somehow blame on capitalism, even though it is not capitalism to blame but rather the people in their government or their model of government. Socialism is a philosophy of failure.

The United States of America had managed to industrialize rapidly due to their ability to mass-produce agricultural goods with free labour, prior to utilizing that wealth to invest in industrial production with child labourers that were underpaid. 

The state of Germany had underwent mass-industrialization during the Nazi-era, resulting in possessing the ability to mass-produce industrialized goods that would eventually benefit the nation-state in the future. In fact, examining Germany's history prior to the formation of the NAZI party, one would confirm that the state of Germany had transitioned from one of the most poorest nations within Western Europe to an economic superpower considering that it had possessed the ability to mass-industrialize commodities through slave labour. The "National-Socialist" Party classified itself as "Socialist" in order to attain support from working-class citizens that had supported other authentic Socialist parties within Germany. It was merely a ploy to attain support from the majority of Aryan working-class citizens, despite displaying characteristics that were completely opposite of Socialism.

After WWII, Japan had possessed the necessary goods, through slave labour, to begin the process of mass-industrialization.

 

Capitalism within the West would not thrive if such nation-states did not profit from paying foreign labourers within developing nations with twenty-five cents an hour. 

 

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