The movement of dialectical historical assessment, must always be in the direction of the workers, and away from their exploiters – the bourgeoisie.
There is no such thing as inverse racism or anti-white racism, there is only Eurocentric racism and its historical application across the world.
A Buddhist – whether monastic or lay – is a true revolutionary committed to uprooting the basis of deluded society in the mind, body and environment. This pragmatic Buddhist approach parallels the Scientific Socialism of Marxist-Engelism and Marxist-Leninism – and Buddhists are advised to study these teachings in all their manifestations (including Joseph Stalin and Mao Zedong) as an important step in transforming the modern world for the better.
Maoism is viewed as the best method for the Nepalese people to free themselves from tyranny and oppression, through the correct application and interpretation of dialectical and historical materialism.
The bourgeoisie misrepresent Buddhism and represent the very class privilege that the Buddha thoroughly rejected and transcended. This is because the bourgeoisie are ‘attached’ to an image of being ‘Buddhist’ that has no bearing in reality. For a bourgeois to truly become a Buddhist, he or she must fully reject the very ignorance that has historically given them their privileged life-style at the expense of the working class.
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