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[Xmca-l] Отв: Re: CP of Greece, The equation of Communism with Nazism is unacceptable and provocative [En, Ru, Es, Ar, Fr]



I completely agree, that "the equation of Communism with Nazism is unacceptable and provocative".
But I want to add: The equation of the Soviet Stalinist as well as Chinese Maoist regimes with Socialism or Communism is even more unacceptable and provocative... Because they are closer to regime of German national socialists. 

 

    суббота, 2 сентября 2017 16:55 Ulvi İçil <ulvi.icil@gmail.com> писал(а):
 

 On 2 September 2017 at 16:48, Ulvi İçil <ulvi.icil@gmail.com> wrote:

> Due to size limit, images in Estonian will come in a 2nd email.
>
> On 2 September 2017 at 16:35, Ulvi İçil <ulvi.icil@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>>
>> There was heavy censorship under Stalin and even after.
>>
>> I wonder if persea books owners in USA are Stalinist as well as publisher
>> of Nâzim Hikmet in Turkish in Turkey.
>>
>> I have the Turkish original manuscript of this novel with the poem at the
>> end as "I'm a communist" whereas it is still published as "I'm a worker"
>> instead of the correct original one, even though there is no legal obstacle
>> since 1991.
>>
>> As well as for French (1964), Russian in USSR in 1964 and Turkish in
>> socialist Bulgaria (1964 and 1967), please see the images at the end of
>> this article:
>>
>> http://haber.sol.org.tr/blog/kent-kultur-sanat/ulvi-icil/naz
>> imin-yasamak-guzel-sey-be-kardesimi-201955
>>
>> And this is Estonian from 1965.
>>
>> I'm sure if there is o will be any new translation in Estonian, it will
>> be like in Turkish, English because it is so in new translation in Bulgaria.
>>
>> Stalin, Jivkov, socialism, communism went, and together with them
>> censorship too.
>> Really ?
>>
>> Censorship applied to a work of a communist writer.
>>
>> But we are lucky, those leaving in Turkey, in USA, in Bulgaria.
>> in UK,
>> In these, it is at least in the form of "I'm a worker". In 1980 print, in
>> Iran, it is neither communist nor worker! To be a worker in Iran in 1980 is
>> as dangerous as to be a communist. (Iranian authorities have probably read
>> German Ideology and discovered that working-class is by its very nature
>> inclined to communism, that communist consciousness emanates from
>> proletariat.
>>
>> For this reason, USA should attack Iran immediately and make return Iran
>> back to freedom of thought.
>>
>> Or is there any fundamental difference between USA and Iran and UK in
>> this regard?
>>
>> Long live bourgeois democracy.
>>
>> Long live freedom of thought.
>>
>> Down with Stalin and communism and USSR.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On 2 September 2017 at 01:35, Ulvi İçil <ulvi.icil@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> http://www.solidnet.org/greece-communist-party-of-greece/cp-
>>> of-greece-the-equation-of-communism-with-nazism-is-unaccepta
>>> ble-and-provocative-en-ru-es-ar-fr
>>>
>>> Here is Free Estonia.
>>>
>>> Thanks to Radio Free Europe etc etc
>>>
>>> Imperialism succeeded, humanity victorious.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
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