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by sureshm
26 Feb 2009 11:53
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: The Red Menace
Replies: 3744
Views: 353848

Re: The Red Menace

sureshm wrote:And an incredible lack of informed opinion of ANY kind.
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The guy Brihas wonders whether workers control of MoP is part of Marxism, and yet you're accusing me of having no informed opinion? :rotfl: Maybe, there's something wrong with what you're drinking (I meant coca cola, just to be sure!).
by sureshm
26 Feb 2009 11:51
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: The Red Menace
Replies: 3744
Views: 353848

Re: The Red Menace

On a side note, I wonder what level of discussion I am gonna have with illiterate Hindus like Brihas, who question the very basis of Marxist thought, which is the workers control of the MoP. Look at it this way. If workers don't control MoP in Marxism, who will? If it's the bourgeois, then it'll be ...
by sureshm
26 Feb 2009 11:00
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: The Red Menace
Replies: 3744
Views: 353848

Re: The Red Menace

Your terms are not clear Sureshm, can you please specify? Is their something called Marxist Leninism - I thought it was Marxism Leninism - or Marxist Leninist : o.w. we could be talking about Bakuninist Leninism etc.? :mrgreen: Is Trostkysim separate or non-Overlapping from Marxism or Marxism-Lenin...
by sureshm
25 Feb 2009 14:07
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: The Red Menace
Replies: 3744
Views: 353848

Re: The Red Menace

what are the aims of a leftist ideology ? why do people's life under one become a little worse than a dogs' ? Why do people's lives under Hindus become a little worse than that of dogs'? Is it because Hinduism is bad, or because self-styled Hindus are merely 'using' it to cheat people and stay in p...
by sureshm
25 Feb 2009 14:03
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: The Red Menace
Replies: 3744
Views: 353848

Re: The Red Menace

Sureshmji, what do you mean by "leftist ideology"? "Left" in India has a specific context. But what is "leftist ideology"? Do you mean anything that sources itself or justifies from one or more of aspects of Marx's various theses (not all of which are consistent or non...
by sureshm
25 Feb 2009 13:50
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: The Red Menace
Replies: 3744
Views: 353848

Re: The Red Menace

in a nut shell, unrealistic and utopian. also, much stress is laid upon the fact that marxism is a science and such moronic ideas. noted quantum physicists like abraham ioffe were severely persecuted in FSU since quantum theory contradicted dialectic materialism big time. as a practice its greatest...
by sureshm
25 Feb 2009 13:36
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: The Red Menace
Replies: 3744
Views: 353848

Re: The Red Menace

JE Menon wrote:Does the leftist ideology have any flaws?


No. :D
by sureshm
24 Feb 2009 19:03
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: The Red Menace
Replies: 3744
Views: 353848

Re: The Red Menace

I am here to answer any questions you might have regarding the leftist ideology. Feel free to ask some good questions. No flaming, no flippancy, please. I can only answer earnest queries. Thank you. :D
by sureshm
22 Feb 2009 21:20
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Indo-UK: News & Discussion
Replies: 3938
Views: 574888

Re: Indo-UK: News & Discussion

Why is it that the high IQ people (<=35) who see the big picture always wear red? I mean Stalin, Polpot, Kruschev, Castro all saw through this western imperialism game and never got fooled, look where their countries are today. All you right wing Hindutvawadis, paint your chaddis red only then you ...
by sureshm
22 Feb 2009 13:29
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Indo-UK: News & Discussion
Replies: 3938
Views: 574888

Re: Indo-UK: News & Discussion

you guys are giving too much credit to modern day european social power. Europeans are not only ruthless but smarter. They play aggressor and victim in the same breath. On the one hand, they project the illusion of weakness, thereby giving the impression that Islam is dangerous. This is more like a...
by sureshm
20 Feb 2009 17:47
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Indo-UK: News & Discussion
Replies: 3938
Views: 574888

Re: Indo-UK: News & Discussion

UK is so powerful it can crush these mullahs. The reason they're doing nothing is because they want to use them against others, it's not because UK is weak or spineless. It's wrong to celebrate prematurely and imagine that mullahs will take over Britain, how ridiculous! the mullahs can barely manage...
by sureshm
13 Jan 2009 12:20
Forum: Strategic & Security Issues Archive
Topic: Strategic leadership for the future of India
Replies: 1978
Views: 171221

Re: Strategic leadership for the future of India

India can achieve a lot more as a leader of Islamic nations :eek: , since it already has the second largest population. This will force nations like Pakistan and Bangladesh to join the Indian Federation, because India will be viewed (by the Islamic world) as an economically and militarily powerful I...
by sureshm
13 Jan 2009 02:13
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Non-Western Worldview
Replies: 1024
Views: 115835

Re: Non-Western Worldview

ramana wrote:This thread is not to discuss Hindu point of view only. Please take it elsewhere as you are critiquing something not in the thread topic.

Thanks, ramana


Non-western includes Hindu viewpoint.
by sureshm
13 Jan 2009 01:17
Forum: Strategic & Security Issues Archive
Topic: Strategic leadership for the future of India
Replies: 1978
Views: 171221

Re: Strategic leadership for the future of India

Strategic leadership? Is there a leader out there? India cannot have strategic leadership, Indian strategy (IF there is one formulated) will stop at her borders. So true! Indian strategic leadership revolves around Indians 'defeating' each other within our borders, all the while playing victim (of ...
by sureshm
13 Jan 2009 01:05
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Non-Western Worldview
Replies: 1024
Views: 115835

Re: Non-Western Worldview

sureshm, The western masters have spoken thus about Swami Vivekananda, "I cannot touch these sayings of his, scattered as they are through the pages of this book at thirty distance, without receiving a thrill through my body like an electric shock. And what shock, what transport, must have bee...
by sureshm
12 Jan 2009 20:30
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-Israel: News and Discussion
Replies: 2539
Views: 308830

Re: Indo-Israel: News and Discussion

Let's stop kidding ourselves that Israel-Palestine problem revolves around religion. It's fight for land, pure and simple. And Palestinians, like Muslims, find in Islam an efficacious method to inspire people with heaven and all the fairy tale stuff. So religion is being used for a political purpose...
by sureshm
12 Jan 2009 00:49
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Non-Western Worldview
Replies: 1024
Views: 115835

Re: Non-Western Worldview

The problem with a non-western view is NOT that there aren't people willing to present such views. Those who do often present ridiculous views, so ridiculous that even a non-westerner would be ashamed. Take Hindus, for instance. They keep complaining that western view is dominant, we judge ourselves...
by sureshm
10 Jan 2009 22:59
Forum: Strategic & Security Issues Archive
Topic: Strategic leadership for the future of India
Replies: 1978
Views: 171221

Re: Strategic leadership for the future of India

I will only stop here very briefly with three major countries in Asia where "Marxism" was seriously tried out - Russia, China and India. Workers never controlled the means of production in the aforementioned countries. Hence, they weren't Marxist. They were state capitalist. There is a sp...
by sureshm
10 Jan 2009 20:40
Forum: Strategic & Security Issues Archive
Topic: Strategic leadership for the future of India
Replies: 1978
Views: 171221

Re: Strategic leadership for the future of India

Only people who have a solid (Marxist) perspective on all matters-politics, history, economics, war, terrorism, pretty much everything-can become great leaders. At the end of the day, it all centers on the workers, who happen to be the majority in EVERY nation. Hence, a leader who caters to that maj...
by sureshm
06 Jan 2009 20:40
Forum: Terrorism Archive
Topic: Indian Response to Terrorism after Mumbai
Replies: 714
Views: 75650

Re: Indian Response to Terrorism after Mumbai

My first post. :) I am inclined to agree with the likes of KarnaArjuna. Politics is not about right and wrong at all, it's about doing what's MOST profitable. Keeping this in mind, why would politicians in Pakistan deal with terrorism (even if they're provided mountains of evidence), when it keeps t...

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