Archive for the 'El Salvador' Category

24 February, 2021

Posted by Socrates in 'Black Lives Matter', anti-fascists/antifas, communism, communism in America, democracy, democrazy, El Salvador, Marxism, Nicaragua, School of the Americas, Socrates, Zapatistas of Mexico at 1:31 pm | Permanent Link

Do you recall the various Marxist movements in Central and South America? Such as in El Salvador in 1981 or in Chiapas, Mexico in the 1990s? There have been many such movements. But most of them, thank God, failed and disappeared from history. A few succeeded. Chile actually turned communist in 1973 under Allende, and […]

17 July, 2020

Posted by Socrates in Catholicism, communism, communism and Christianity being similar, El Salvador, Marxism, Socrates at 1:56 pm | Permanent Link

Catholics have a long history of leftism. Recall the Maryknoll nuns in El Salvador, who “got their come-uppance” by supporting Marxism [1]. The liberalism of the Catholics has intrigued me. This is pure leftism. The kids were, of course, the deciding factor: killing two kids mandates the death penalty, no exceptions. . [1] in Dec. […]

11 May, 2015

Posted by Socrates in Castro, Catholicism, communism, Cuba, egalitarianism, El Salvador, Marxism, Socrates at 3:59 pm | Permanent Link

Sure. But how appropriate! Despite outward appearances, communism and Catholicism have much in common. Remember the commie Archbishop, ├ôscar Romero, in El Salvador? Some right-wingers ventilated him and now he’s officially a Catholic martyr, not a pariah like he should be. Remember the Maryknoll nuns? Same thing as Romero. Anyway, both the communists and the […]