Today, the US has manipulated one Neo-Nazi regime after another into power throughout Eastern Europe as a means to surround Russia’s Western border with hostile and pro-US countries all vying to have NATO move into their backyards and shift US-controlled troops right up to the borders of Russia (and beyond)! This is why – during the Xmas celebrations for 2022 – the Catholic-controlled country of Latvia (which now defines the attitude of ‘opposing’ Neo-Nazism and fascism as being an ‘outdated’ Soviet-era approach toward WWII) – openly exhibited Nazi-German ‘Swastika’ as festive lights for the children and the general population to enjoy whilst the country awaited the supposed commemoration of the birth of Christ – to an absolute ‘silence’ from the Vatican and most countries around the world! The particular example of Nazi German Swastika admiration (recorded above) was filmed in the ‘Lielvarde’ area of Latvia – situated in the (north-central) Vidzeme region! Like Ukrainians, Estonians and Lithuanians visiting our island nation (armed with their ‘Golden Visas’) of the UK – which prides itself upon the fact it historically ‘resisted’ the German Nazism these Eastern European countries now embrace – believe that it is their pro-Hitler Latvian laws that should run throughout our land! When we are confronted with these modern fascists – we hold the Red Flag of freedom ‘higher’ – and agree with every bullet the modern Russian Army fires at these disgraces for human-beings!
Clara Zetkin was sent by Rosa Luxemburg to set Lenin straight over issues of the rights of women – and the direction and tone of the Revolution in general! Rosa Luxemburg – like many adherents of the failed Second International – disagreed with Lenin and his ‘Third International and suggested the Revolutionary Movement should cooperate with the existing Bourgeois status quo to a greater extent, and back away from the idea of ‘overthrowing’ the capitalist system! In this regard, and when taking these attitudes into account, Rosa Luxemburg sailed very close to the Trotskyite position of collaboration with reaction. Indeed, she would eventually be murdered by one of her former students – a tragic end that reveals the limitations of her attitudes. Below is an English translation of a text originally written in the German language by Clara Zetkin recalling her memories of a number of discussions, she had with Lenin during late 1920 in Moscow as the Russian Civil War was still raging and Lenin (and the Communist Party) were planning the forming of large federal Socialist State as a means to generating the conditions for a better form of military self-defence from attack by the capitalist world. During early 1918, Revolutionary Russia had been invaded by Imperial Germany and six of her Allies, and by the UK, US and twelve of their Allies! This war would last from 1918-1921 and cost the Russian people 10.5 million casualties! Imperial Japan would only abandon Vladivostok during October 1922 – just before the forming of the ‘Union of Soviet Socialist Republics’ (USSR) on December 30th, 1922! Meanwhile, far from telling Lenin what to do or think, Clara Zetkin found herself converted by his intelligence and insight and returned to Germany informing all and sundry that Lenin was right, and that Rosa Luxemburg should listen and learn from Lenin! Marxist-Leninist ‘Feminism’ is the only truly ‘Revolutionary’ path for women and is very different to the ‘Bourgeois’ mock-feminism that abounds today! For women to be truly ‘free’ – predatory capitalism must be overthrown completely and there can be no compromise whatsoever on this point! Anyone woman that compromises with capitalism is a traitor to the Revolutionary cause!
Believe it or not, during the 1930s, the basic Soviet Red Army ‘Rifle’ was a development of an original 1891 Model! This proved so effective
A group of Ukrainian thugs attack and beat a Polish man for opposing Neo-Nazism in Poland! Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian so-called ‘Refugees’ have spread
Around three million Czarist Russians were killed and/or wounded (fighting as an Ally of the UK) during WWI between 1914-1917! During 1917 – the Russian
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