“Communist” Tyulkin criticizes bourgeois authority for insufficiency of nationalism |
1st secretary of the Central Committee of Russian Communist Workers Party Viktor Tyulkin wrote at April 24th, 2010:
“… taking into account the specific of the moment and breaking out anti-soviet, anti-Stalinist hysteria on so-called “Katyn case” and actual president’s and premier’s support the falsification of the real history of that events, which was put to use already by minister of propaganda of Third Reich Josef Gebbels, the opposition really must to point out, that, subscribing to that anti-soviet and anti-Russian hysteria, the authority defends not the historical truth, but, first of all, its exploiter essence, its mostly anti-national policy”.
As a matter of fact, Russian imperialists recognized “Katyn case” under the pressure of progressive world public; moreover, they recognized it very reluctantly: in spite of numerous facts, they continue representing World War II from the side of Russian imperialism as “Great Patriotic War”. And “communists” agree with them on this, moreover, they criticize them not for their nationalism, but for insufficiency (!) of nationalism.
The founder of Hizb ut Tahrir Taqiuddin an-Nabhani was really right when he wrote at 1973 in his work “Thought”:
“The Socialist idea has come to instil responsibility into the thought about subsistence, namely a responsibility towards the poor and the proletarians, but it fail to resist before life and with time it deviated until it turned into a mere rhetoric or a shadow, and it gradually lost the responsibility over others until it became effectively a mere thought about subsistence, no different from the Capitalist thought, in terms of lack of responsibility over others; it turned in essence into more of a nationalist idea than a humanitarian idea”
(It is clearly, that the late “Socialist idea” means official “Marxism”, “Marxism” of sirs tyulkins).
See also my review of this Nabhani’s work.
April 26th, 2010
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