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Engels and Marx advocating extermination of "primitive nations"

Started by milos, July 27, 2019, 09:27:20 PM

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Fragment from "The Soviet Story" documentary (2008) where GEORGE WATSON (Literary Historian,Cambridge University), PIERRE RIGOULOT, (Historian, Institut d'histoire Sociale, Paris), VLADIMIR BUKOVSKY (Soviet dissident) speak about the beginning of communism and the similarities between Communism and Nazism. How Marx and Engels advocated in "Neue Rheinische Zeitung" journal (1849) the extermination of nations (they mention which) that they considered primitive ("racial trash"). How Goebbels thought that the beliefs of Hitler and Stalin were in fact very similar (1924).

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Good find Milos. Despite the claims of Hitler, people saw little difference in Nazism and Communism, which is why to date, people still refer to Nazi Germany's history as communistic.
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