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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 21:29, 22 July 2011 (MSD)

Anti-Stalinism

If you wish to write from an anti-Stalinist perspective, please see Communpedia:Essays. See my responses to your previous comments. Socialist greetings —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 00:12, 24 July 2011 (MSD)

Nazi Republic

Sure, a fascist Republic could *barely* work but a Nazi one? Thus is the contradiction of the Nazi Republic of Israel. —Preceding unsigned comment added by RebelFighter1995 (talkcontribs)

I'm not here to fight

what the title says. I consider you my comrade, and you have misunderstood my previous messages. If you want everyone to know that you're an anti-Stalinist, it's Ok, but please don't go and label pages as 'Stalinist' when they are not. I changed the 'Stalinist' label to 'anti-democratic socialist' because that's what the article expresses, I wasn't calling you an anti-socialist. Ok? I'm sorry if it seems like I offended you, that's not what I wanted to do. I deleted the Ba'ath party page exactly because you perceived bias in the article, and I thought it probably needed to be rewritten completely. Socialist greetings :) —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 03:57, 3 August 2011 (MSD)
update: I have read the comments you left in the article's talk page, and I want to tell you that I'm not a Stalinist, and I've got nothing against you (even if i were a Stalinist, I wouldn't). It might not have been your intention, but you have added some content which is clearly anti-CPOV. Please, try to keep it as "neutral" as possible. Please let me know if there's anything I can do for you —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 07:49, 3 August 2011 (MSD)
And you say that! Saying that pages are written in anti-Socialist style, such as you did at single-party state, breaks CPOV to. ANd when you say you're not a stalinist, why do you then support the North Korean regime and the Romanian Ceausescu regime? Nocomrade 15:04, 3 August 2011 (MSD)

CPOV

You can post comments in your POV if you put it in my talk page or anyone else's. Put your comment back in my talk page. I am working up a response. —Preceding unsigned comment added by RebelFighter1995 (talkcontribs)

You cannot, however, use foul/offensive language nor attack others —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 07:42, 3 August 2011 (MSD)
I removed my comment, because I broke CP:CPOV when I wrote it. I can't write such as "oh no! Not more stalinist main contributors. I thought you would have wanted it, because it was more spam. And I broke CPOV.

hallo comrade!

Hallo comrade :) and red greetings from Denmark !

when I buy the domain stalingrad43.dk it was not the first idea that there should be a wiki page

stalingrad43 title is not meant as celebration of Stalin, but its reference to the battle of Stalingrad in 1943

--Dkcomrade 07:17, 3 August 2011 (MSD)

OK, but why move it again? Now we got a Wikipedia-style skin and all, and I really enjoy to have admin rights. I feel like a king! But in reallity I got as much power as a president or prime minister, and that's really cool! Best wishes from your co-operator --A young communist 14:57, 3 August 2011 (MSD)! :)
Hehe greeting from Norway. In reallity we may use or native languages to write to each other at talkpages like here. :) --Nocomrade 15:00, 3 August 2011 (MSD)

Hi

I've got nothing against you, I have even helped you reference and improve some of your articles, but I have also removed some content because it is clearly anti-CPOV. It's nothing personal, really, sometimes I have added stupid bias to articles and other users need to remove it. Please, forgive me if I have offended you. I look forward to writing great, anticapitalist articles with your help. Is there anything I can do for you? —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 19:14, 3 August 2011 (MSD)
I have moved Communist state to socialist state, because "communist state" is an oxymoron. Communism is a classless and stateless society. I hope you understand. Red greetings from your —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 19:16, 3 August 2011 (MSD)
Why do you, "Mr. Ceausescu Pol Pot" mean with that it fucking contains anti-CPOV content? What? I've just written an article about Nicolae Ceausescu that is clearly anti-CPOV. I don't care about what you say about edits in pages as User talk:Stalin, Stalinism, Nicolae Ceausescu, Korean Workers' Party and other articles. Maybe I'll listen and stop propogandizing just that article with Leninist and anti-Stalinist propoganda a few times. I can't see why you think the lists I wrote was anti-CPOV, can you please write that? I think you was irritated when I wrote that Ceausescu article, but if you look up Democratic Kampuchea, Communist Party of Kampuchea and Khmer Rouge, you'll see that they're also anti-POV,and is also written in an anti-totalitarianism way. And in the start you said that I could write from an anti-stalinist perspective, have you forgot that? And it's an edit by me that you have forgot to revert. The only one. A young communist 23:04, 3 August 2011 (MSD)

Final CPOV-violation warning.

Hi, your recent edits appear to be gaming the system, instead of discussing you have opted to vandalize pages, intentionally writing anti-CPOV, and continue insulting others. Thus you have been blocked for 3 days. I hope you learn to get along with other Communpedians, not insult others/game the system, because this is your last warning, and next time you will be blocked indefnitely from editing on Communpedia. —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 00:47, 4 August 2011 (MSD)

Unblocked

I have unblocked you, but please do not vandalize pages like you did on Adolf Hitler, you know that is vandalism. Really, if you just try to respect other POV, you will be welcome here. Also, try to understand that socialism is not the same as communism, communism is stateless, Ok? Welcome back —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 03:16, 4 August 2011 (MSD)
OK. Thank you. A young communist 03:25, 4 August 2011 (MSD)
But may I re-create Nicolae Ceausescu now? I understand why that about Hitler was wrong. A young communist 03:26, 4 August 2011 (MSD)
You may, but please try to include also opinions from the other POV, I mean, what good things (if any) he did during his leadership, etc. P.S. I am no Stalinist. —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 03:31, 4 August 2011 (MSD)
And hey, there are many articles entirely copied from Wikipedia. If you believe an article that was copied from wikipedia is too biased, go ahead and delete it —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 03:33, 4 August 2011 (MSD)
Yes! I enjoy having admin rights! Cool that everyone got it here. At Wikipedia, you must work EVERY MINUTE in at least three years to become administrators. About Ceausescu, I must ask: what was "good" with him? I can't find anything other than high abuse of power during his regime. And because he clearly broke the principles of socialism AND had more relations to the United States,Israel and other capitalist states than any self-declared "communist ruler", he don't fall within Communpedia:We are all leftists either. I'm no longer against you, but I don't want you to write such as that I write from an anti-socialist perspective. Now I think we're standing side by side again. Best wishes from --A young communist 03:46, 4 August 2011 (MSD)
Ok then, I don't know much about Ceausescu really, lol —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 03:56, 4 August 2011 (MSD)
Lol ;). Sure we may find someone that know more about Ceausescu. I must say, I'm not a Ceausescu expert myself either. (; That I wrote in that article is the most I know about Ceausescu, described as "the nice communist" in the West ;) A young communist 04:01, 4 August 2011 (MSD)
"try to understand that socialism is not the same as communism, communism is stateless". Yeah, theoretical ignorance is a peculiarity of the all anti-stalinists, trots and other petty bourgeois opportunists. --ComIntern 05:15, 4 August 2011 (MSD)
Do you mean that me or the XXXPowersickMexican or both are idiots? Well, when you say such about leninism and anti-stalinism, I don't understand why you said that, because Leninism came before Stalinism. The vicious dictator Stalin came into power AFTER the democratic Lenin died. Lenin made Soviet Russia in 1917, and the Soviet Union in 1922. If it hadn't been for Lenin, no-one would have known who Stalin was today! So you stalinists should have been greatful over Lenin. And you break Communpedia:We are all leftist (WAL/CPOV) by saying things like that to other Communists here. A young communist 15:20, 4 August 2011 (MSD)
I mean that I've written: you don't know the theory of Marxism-Leninism (particularly, marxist theory of the state) and you start to edit communist encyclopedia without knowledge of the theory of communism. I would recommend you to read 2 marxist works on this question: firstly, V. Lenin "The State and Revolution"; secondly, J. Stalin "Report to 18th Congress of the AUCP(b)" (the third section of report, 4th subsection "Some Questions of Theory"). Stalinism is Leninism applied to the specific-historical conditions of the USSR 1920-1950 years (because marxism is not a dogma, but a guide to action). Stalin is true successor of the Lenin's work. --ComIntern 03:40, 5 August 2011 (MSD)
You think so. But non-Stalinists do not think so. Most communists/marxists today are Leninists. Remember that Trotsky was killed by Stalin's forces, and that most Communists with democratic thoughts were the same. Lenin accepted that not everyone agreed with his politics, but Stalin didn't. 15-20 million people was executed or died in state-caused famine under Stalin's rule, but under 1000 were the same under Lenin. Stalin killed or persecuted nearly the half of the communist party members with most power when he took over the power. Also, Lenin waited that TROTSKY would be his successor, and he WANTED TO FIRE STALIN as General Secretary of the party. What do you say to THAT? That Lenin wanted to fire Stalin? A young communist 03:54, 5 August 2011 (MSD)
Non-Stalinists can think anything but this has nothing to do with historical facts. "Most communists/marxists today are Leninists." …and many of them are left stalinists. Trotsky was killed because of his counter-revolutionary activity in 1930 years. "most Communists with democratic thoughts…" - with democtatic or still with petty bourgeois thoughts? If the second is true - they were not communists. "Lenin accepted that not everyone agreed with his politics" - Really? Therefore did he ban factions in the party? (10th Congress of RCP(b), 1921 year) "15-20 million people was executed or died in state-caused famine under Stalin's rule" - Firstly, your numbers are false. Secondly, famine was caused by the bad harvest. Thirdly, comrade Stalin and Soviet government did all in their power to stop famine (there is relevant party documents and decrees). "Stalin killed…" Stalin killed nobody, because there was judicial authority in the USSR. "Lenin waited that TROTSKY would be his successor" - Where did Lenin write or say such things? "What do you say to THAT? That Lenin wanted to fire Stalin?" - I say that this is lie. --ComIntern 06:57, 5 August 2011 (MSD)
Though I disagree with Stalin being succesor of Lenin's work, I do recommend you read more books about Marxism and works by Lenin. —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 03:56, 5 August 2011 (MSD)
@ComIntern, Lenin wrote that he didn't wanted Stalin as general secretary because he was too brutal. THat was in 1922. If you think you know so much about Marxism, Leninism and Stalinism, then I would believe that you knew this. And about democratic thoughts, I mean those like Trotsky, that didn't wanted that people should die or be put in concentration camps because they didn't agreed with the leader. Lenin was also a person like that. Why didn't Lenin killed all that didn't agreed with him him if Stalin was the successor of Lenin?
"Lenin wrote that he didn't wanted Stalin as general secretary because he was too brutal. THat was in 1922." — Obviously, you mean "Lenin's testament". Firstly, Lenin didn't write there that Trotsky - his successor. Secondly, authenticity of this document gives rise to doubt. For example, there is version that author of "testament" is Nadezhda Krupskaya. "Why didn't Lenin killed all that didn't agreed with him him if Stalin was the successor of Lenin?" — Stalin didn't kill too. In the Stalin's USSR you may disagree with Stalin and policy of Soviet rule, but if you start propagandizing your disagreement, if you start fighting against the Soviet rule then stern punishment of the Soviet Law will overtake you. This is Lenin's principle. --ComIntern 00:22, 9 October 2011 (MSD)

Images on Wikimedia Commons

Due to an addition to our software images which are on Communpedia:Wikimedia Commons load automatically, see Communpedia:People's_Congress#Files_from_Wikimedia_Commons. There is no need to import, delete, or restore them. User:Fred Bauder Talk 22:09, 17 October 2011 (MSK)

Hello

Welcome again. Just so you know, I am not a sock of RebelFighter1995. You can check our IPs if you don't trust me. Anyway, I think there is already another page for the 2011 US-Libyan War, called Libyan civil war. Perhaps we should merge the two articles? —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 08:50, 28 June 2012 (MSK)
Didn't RebelFighter1995 admitted to be a sock for you? Sorry if it's a mistake. But Wikipedia also have one article about the War Libyan Civil War and one about the no-fly zones (I meant them when I talked about the US-Libyan War, the bombings, that I see as a separate for to steal oil from Libya, and many seems to agree with me).
I believe he did, but he was joking. Sorry, I don't understand what you mean. Both of the wikipedia links are broken. —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 00:53, 9 October 2012 (MSK)

North Korea

You may wish to join the conversation at Communpedia:People's_Congress#North Korean internment camps for political prisoners. User:Fred Bauder Talk 20:41, 7 October 2012 (MSK)

Dead communists

You say, "We can't respect everybody." Actually, we can; the point is to not repeat their errors. User:Fred Bauder Talk 23:15, 8 October 2012 (MSK)