[Marxism] crime

Daniel Koechlin d.koechlin at wanadoo.fr
Wed Sep 30 14:09:09 MDT 2009

I am not a Leninist, but I do consider myself a Marxist.

I profoundly distrust any so-called "Marxist-Leninist" who starts 

Because, I know that such "Marxist-Leninists" are devoid of all ethical 
thinking and are merely pursuing a strategy of "appealling to the 'real' 
working classe's 'basic sentiments'", in order to further a "proleterian 

Mao was an awful tyrant. In order to reach the top of the Chinese 
Communist Party, he , either, betrayed his "friends" to the Kuomintang, 
or had them "confess" and executed them on trumped-up charges . He had 
four wives, two of which he cynically  caused to be killed  in order to 
re-marry.  Mao was truly a despicable example of a human being. 
Preoccupied only by himself and how he could out-wit the other members 
of the Politburo.

Stalin was an extremely clever paranoid individual, who distrusted 
everybody (he had his life-long, trusted, family doctor executed a few 
months before his own death), and routinely signed death-warrants 
calling for the execution of tens of thousands of peasents.

Trotsky was a blood-thirsty... ah, no, wait... I promised never again to 
criticize Trotsky and Lenin on this list. I'm sorry...


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