25 November, 2008

Stalinism Lives — in the CSULB Women’s Studies Department

Posted by Socrates in "sex equality", academia, Cultural Marxism, egalitarianism, jewed culture, Kevin MacDonald, propaganda, Socrates, SPLC, universities at 12:47 pm | Permanent Link

by Dr. Kevin MacDonald: [Here].


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  7. 7 Responses to “Stalinism Lives — in the CSULB Women’s Studies Department”

    1. Zarathustra Says:

      “Stalinism” lives in feminist-controlled academia? How so? Stalin was no PC liberal. Neither was Lenin or even Trotsky. The USSR was actually pretty “conservative” in a lot of ways. Under the Soviet system, feminists would have been the first to be sent to a State Psychiatric Ward or a Siberian labor camp.

    2. Socrates Says:

      Zarathustra Says: “Stalinism” lives in feminist-controlled academia? How so? Stalin was no PC liberal. Neither was Lenin or even Trotsky. The USSR was actually pretty “conservative” in a lot of ways. Under the Soviet system, feminists would have been the first to be sent to a State Psychiatric Ward or a Siberian labor camp.”

      Huh?? The Soviet Union was the first state to make women LEGALLY “equal.”

      The Soviet leaders were liberal – although granted, Stalin was less-liberal.

    3. Krystian K. Kowalczyk Says:

      USSR used an anti-racist ideology because of their belief in Marx’s “universal struggle of the proletariat.” They were a prototype for modern liberalism.

      Actually, modern liberalism is a mix of Stalinist intimidation and persecution with Trotsky’s universal vision. And Trotsky’s idea of “permanent revolution” fits in with the ZOG’s “strategy of tension” very nicely.

    4. gw Says:

      The Soviet Union was the first state to make women LEGALLY “equal.”

      Well, that’s one thing. But it’s not the same as modern man-hating feminists who have taken “equality” way beyond that and are waging war on patriarchal society. I doubt the Soviets would have tolerated that. They really didn’t tolerate much. Any society that maintains gulags for dissenters isn’t known for its devotion to tolerance. They also had a tendency to devour their own. You never knew when they would turn on you, even if you had been a loyal supporter.

    5. Cpt. Candor Says:

      “PC Liberal” is now equivalent to the Soviet state religion that replaced Jesus with Lenin and made Stalin his favorite saint. The Rising Fist Becomes The Falling Hammer.

    6. Zarathustra Says:

      Marx couldn’t stand his fellow Jews and had no use at all for niggers. Ernesto “Che” Guevara is a major icon of the Left, but if he was in charge today, he would put all feminists, queers and other social deviants in jail or simply execute them. And like Marx, he too had no use at all for niggers.

      The old Soviet system encouraged an appreciation of Russian composers like Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich, classical Russian ballet, the plays of Chekhov, the novels of Tolstoy and the poems of Pushkin. Degenerate modern art and music were banned in the USSR after 1925. The Russian Orthodox Church had been under government control long before the USSR came along, going all the way back to the days of Peter the Great, as a matter of fact.

      Of course, my point is to show that the “commies” were not all bad, villainous creatures. We really, really need to shake off the last vestiges of the right-wing cold war brainwashing we recieved as kids in the 50s and 60s.

    7. Krystian K. Kowalczyk Says:

      “Ernesto “Che” Guevara is a major icon of the Left, but if he was in charge today, he would put all feminists, queers and other social deviants in jail or simply execute them. And like Marx, he too had no use at all for niggers.”

      Hmm. Maybe we need some hardline leftists to infiltrate the government and then we can do just that.

      “The old Soviet system encouraged an appreciation of Russian composers like Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich, classical Russian ballet, the plays of Chekhov, the novels of Tolstoy and the poems of Pushkin. Degenerate modern art and music were banned in the USSR after 1925. The Russian Orthodox Church had been under government control long before the USSR came along, going all the way back to the days of Peter the Great, as a matter of fact.”

      An ideal government ought to subsidize and patronize the high aspects of culture and ban those aspects which are degenerate.

      “Of course, my point is to show that the “commies” were not all bad, villainous creatures. We really, really need to shake off the last vestiges of the right-wing cold war brainwashing we recieved as kids in the 50s and 60s.”

      The Cold War legitimized the ZOG’s attempt to institutionalize the military-industrial complex so that they could gain dominance. It was a useful bugbear, a means to an end. Nothing more, nothing less.