China is Capitalist

January 2023 Forums General discussion China is Capitalist

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  • #234467

    He is what the hardcore Maoist called the exterminator of the Gangs of Five which included Mao Tse Tung and he also was the creator of the four modernization which is rapid development of the capitalist production to be able to compete with other capitalist power and to expand capitalism around the world, that is the reason why they made commercial alliance with the USA capitalist class, but before that, Mao had already made the formal alliance with Richard Nixon, someone who was a simple shoemaker and a cadres said: They have sold the Chinese revolution on a red carpet

    The hardcore Maoist did not understand that process at the very beginning because they believed that China was a socialist country under the management of Chairman Mao, but some later on started to understand that it was a capitalist country and moved along with the Albanian tendency, and they took a big chunk of the Maoist movement. Everything is written on the works of Enver Hoxha and Albania Today

    #234468
    Thomas_More
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    Right away, before even, at “liberation” the horrors and mass murders began. But tens of thousands of people resisted too, and cadres were also killed by angry villagers.

    All of this was over a decade before the “cultural revolution” of the sixties, which everyone mentions as though it was something different, so I hope that young resisters today aren’t believing that Maoism was somehow
    “better to begin with.”

    #234470

    Maoism is an ideology for agrarian economy, It was popular within the university students in the so called third world countries, and some organizations switch from one particular conception to adopt Maoism because they were saying that it was more advanced or it was the Marxism of that time, but there were not any essential differences, Maoism was not anything better than Castroism, or Guevarism, some organizations rejected both because it was based on the adventurism of the guerrillas fighter but the same groups became terrorists, or fighting terrorism with terrorism. All the works of Mao Tse Tung are based on Chinese nationalism, and they sold millions of volumes of his writings and it was very easy to obtain them

    #234471
    Thomas_More
    Participant

    And in China it was obligatory to read them, and anyone not showing the appropriate enthusiasm was punished.

    And this was a state that punished infants as young as six in the same way as adults, including breaking limbs etc.

    #234483
    alanjjohnstone
    Keymaster

    2,300 delegates will gather in Tiananmen Square’s Great Hall of the People for about a week.

    About 200 of them will be selected to join the party’s central committee, plus around 170 alternate members.

    The central committee will elect 25 people to the party’s Politburo.

    And the Politburo will appoint the members of the Politburo standing committee.

    These are the elite of the elite.

    https://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/976/cpsprodpb/155AA/production/_126866478_china_politburo_line-up_black_2x640-nc.png.webp

    #234816
    alanjjohnstone
    Keymaster

    How the CCP see itself.

    “As in private life one differentiates between what a man thinks and says of himself and what he really is and does, so in historical struggles one must still more distinguish the language and the imaginary aspirations of parties from their real organism and their real interests, their conception of themselves from their reality.” – MARX – 18TH BRUMAIRE

    #234820
    Thomas_More
    Participant

    https://www.wionews.com/world/why-chinas-president-xi-jinping-fears-winnie-the-pooh-313823

    Winnie the Pooh banned from China.

    Btw, I recommend The Tao of Pooh as a superb book.

    #234824

    The best description of China and Maoism was made by Enver Hoxha, everything is written on his collected works, and he also gave a good description of the Eurocommunists

    #234825
    Thomas_More
    Participant

    THE TRAGEDY OF LIBERATION by Frank Dikoetter is an excellent overview.

    #234874

    Many books about China only cover the criminal aspects of Mao Tse Tung but they do not describe the ideological basis of China and Maoism, and that was done in the past by Albania and many political parties who were part of that tendency

    #234877
    alanjjohnstone
    Keymaster

    Is the Chinese dream finished?

    https://www.france24.com/en/asia-pacific/20221016-let-it-rot-once-flourishing-middle-class-faces-end-of-chinese-dream

    “Until recently, everybody thought each generation was going to be better off than the last,” said Alex Payette, a sinologist and director of Montreal-based geopolitical consultancy the Cercius Group. “But now we’re seeing the Chinese Dream hit a ceiling.”

    #234878

    The cyclical crisis of capitalism can hit any society and state capitalism is one of the most inefficient form of capitalism Chinese capitalism is going thru a deep crisis at present and the working class is going to suffer the consequences

    #234880
    Thomas_More
    Participant

    Was there ever a Chinese dream? It was a nightmarish horror from the beginning.

    #234890

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/hu-jintao-ex-president-escorted-065901526.html. At the congress of the capitalists of the Communist( Capitalists ) Party of China somebody was escorted out of the congress, contradictions among capitalists

    #234893
    Thomas_More
    Participant

    Escorted out.
    Hmm. Much gentler than under Mao’s tyranny!

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