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What is war. A propagandist’s tutorial. Part 1

The ideologists of imperialism regard war as an eternal phenomenon necessary for the life of society. And this is clear: the bourgeoisie and its professors consider only themselves to be society, and pass off their robbery interests as the interests of the entire people.

Bolshevism considers war not as an eternal and natural phenomenon in the life of peoples and states, but as a historical phenomenon that came up at an intermediate stage in the material development of society. This means that at the advanced stage of social development, wars will disappear from the life of peoples, that wars are not eternal.

War is an inevitable product of the development of class society. In the era of primitive communism, when there were no classes, private property and the state, wars between tribes did not happen often, because to wage war was to waste resources. Only with the appearance of private property, classes and states war become a profitable and permanent business for the exploiting classes, a means of enhancing their domination over society, a means of takeovering foreign lands and wealth, a means of enslaving other peoples. The rise of private property and the partition of society into irreconcilable classes necessitated the rise of a state, and hence, special squads of armed people existing to serve the economic and political interests of the ruling class. With regular armed squads at their disposal, the ruling classes are able to constantly wage wars.

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The Great Coronavirus Hoax

regnum_picture_1539248352108566_normalThe life of literally every member of our society has recently changed drastically. These changes are related to “quarantine measures” which are supposed to suppress the threat of the deadly coronavirus COVID-19. Many people have questioned the adequacy of these measures. Indeed, the measures taken by the governments of practically every country in the world are unprecedented. The authorities justify these measures by showing media reports that indicate (in a way which is not quite clear to the population) an alleged horrible case fatality rate.

The information from the authorities is highly contradictory, and a number of the reports on the current situation contradict the previous reports. In addition, people see at least three contradictions in both the authorities’ statements and in the so-called “anti-virus” measures, that is:

  1. between the measures
  2. between the incoming information and the observable facts
  3. between the proposed measures and the previous human experience.

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