HOISTING FLAG MEANS: SOW THE SEED OF HATRED THERE, DO WE NEED COMMUNISM?
Sub :- HOISTING FLAG MEANS: SOW THE SEED OF HATRED THERE, DO WE NEED COMMUNISM?
Ref : - Media Reports
1. Communism is breathing heavily for survival, no chance, their role is end, no place in Democratic country!!!
2. Communists are anti-nationals, not feel Indian, regard more China and other communist countries than India!!!!
Respected family members of this great holy Nation.
Indian Communists :- Supporting China in Sino-Indian War :
During the Sino-Indian War,official policy of Communists was to support the Chinese Government, while few sections of the party revolted against this stand.
There were three factions in the party – "internationalists", "centrists", and "nationalists".
"Internationalists", including B. T. Ranadive, P. Sundarayya, P. C. Joshi, Makineni Basavapunnaiah, Jyoti Basu, and Harkishan Singh Surjeet, supported the Chinese stand.
The "nationalists", including prominent leaders such as S.A. Dange, A. K. Gopalan backed India.
"Centrists" took a neutral view; Ajoy Ghosh was the prominent person in the centrist faction.
In general, most of Bengal Communist leaders supported China and most others supported India.
Hundreds of CPI leaders, accused of being pro-Chinese, were imprisoned. Some of the nationalists were also imprisoned, as they used to express their opinion only in party forums, and CPI's official stand was pro-China.
Ideological differences lead to the split in the party in 1964 when two different party conferences were held, one of CPI and one of the Communist Party of India (Marxist).
There is a common misconception that the rift during Sino-Indian war lead to the 1962 split.
In fact, the split was leftists vs rightists, rather than internationalists vs nationalists.
The presence of nationalists, and internationalists P. Sundarayya, Jyoti Basu, and Harkishan Singh Surjeet in the Communist Party of India (Marxist) proves this fact.
During the period 1970–77, CPI was allied with the Congress party.
In Kerala, they formed a government together with Congress, with the CPI-leader C. Achutha Menon as Chief Minister.
After the fall of the regime of Indira Gandhi, CPI reoriented itself towards cooperation with CPI(M).
In 1986, the CPI's leader in the Punjab and MLA in the Punjabi legislature Darshan Singh Canadian was assassinated by Sikh extremists.
Then on 19 May 1987, Deepak Dhawan, General Secretary of Punjab CPI(M), was murdered.
Altogether about 200 communist leaders out of which most were Sikhs were killed by Sikh extremists in Punjab.
During China war, comrades cracked down on VS for saying let’s give blood to jawans -
Shaju Philip : Thiruvananthapuram, Tue Jul 14 2009, 02:16 hrs Indian express Archive :-
The sacking of VS Achuthanandan from the CPM politburo yesterday wasn't the first time the octogenarian chief minister of Kerala had been punished by his party for indiscipline. Nor was it the first time that the veteran comrade had decided to stand his ground in the face of opposition from the party leadership.
In the matter of sticking to his guns, VS had started early — at least as early as 1962.
In that year, he took a line that can today be called "pro-India", but which the communist leadership then decided was "anti-party" — a crime for which he was demoted in the organisation's hierarchy.
In 1962, as the Indian army fought Chinese aggression in the Himalayas, the undivided CPI supported China, putting ideology above nation. The government threw several communist leaders in prison. VS, then 39 and a central committee member, was put in Thiruvananthapuram central jail.
To blunt the campaign accusing the comrades of being Chinese agents, VS mooted the idea — in a routine weekly party meeting in jail — of donating blood for the jawans, and contributing money from the sale of prison rations saved by inmates to the defence kitty of the government.
O J Joseph, convener of the party's jail committee and a latter-day member of the Rajya Sabha, rejected the proposal.
In the next meeting, Achuthanandan tried again. He argued hard and lobbied harder, and the meeting ended in a scuffle among the two groups led by Achuthanandan and Joseph.
One of the comrades, K Anirudhan, who later became a communist MP, informed the jail warden about the scuffle, and the news leaked to the media. Bengal communist Jyoti Basu then got in touch with E M S Namboodiripad, who asked K P R Gopalan, widely known as KPR, to probe the incident. As the row escalated, Achuthanandan dropped the plan to donate blood to the army.
The issue did not get dropped, however. In October 1965, after being released from jail, a party worker filed a formal complaint with the leadership about Achuthanandan's anti-party activities. A probe panel was formed, which found Achuthanandan guilty. In December that year, the Kerala committee ratified the findings of the panel: that Achuthanandan's approach was anti-communist, and he should be demoted from the central committee to the branch level. Subsequently, Achuthanandan was sent to the Alappuzha district secretariat, where he spent a year.
Senior Kerala CPM leader M M Lawrance said, "Achuthanandan decided to donate blood and ration for the army without consulting the party. His move amounted to helping the government which then tried to wreck the communist party. Hence, that action was anti-party."
Achuthanandan's rebellious streak kept surfacing even afterward.
In 1990, some CPM activists abducted two councillors of the Thiruvananthapuram Municipal Corporation, and the then general secretary Namboodiripad asked Achuthanandan, then Kerala state secretary, to "settle the issue". But for five days, Achuthanandan did nothing. Later, after consulting with chief minister E K Nayanar, a judicial probe was ordered. The CPM central leadership asked the entire state secretariat to come to Delhi, where Achuthanandan was censured.
The collapse, of Communism around the world from summer 1989 to fall 1991 : 1.
Momentum towards full blown revolution began in Poland in 1989 and continued in Hungary, East Germany, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, and Romania.
One feature common to most of these developments was the extensive use of campaigns of civil resistance, demonstrating popular opposition to the continuation of one-party rule and contributing to the pressure for change.
Romania was the only Eastern Bloc country whose people overthrew its Communist regime violently, whereas the regimes in Romania and in some other countries inflicted some violence on the population.
The Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 failed to stimulate major political changes in China, but powerful images of courageous defiance during that protest helped to spark a precipitation of events in other parts of the globe.
On the same day, 4 June, Solidarity won an overwhelming victory in a partially free election in Poland, leading to the peaceful fall of Communism in that country in the summer of 1989.
Hungary dismantled its section of the physical Iron Curtain, leading to a mass exodus of East Germans through Hungary, which destabilized East Germany.
This led to mass demonstrations in cities such as Leipzig and subsequently to the fall of the Berlin Wall, which served as the symbolic gateway to German reunification in 1990.
The collapse, of Communism around the world from summer 1989 to fall 1991 : 2.
The Soviet Union was dissolved by the end of 1991, resulting in 14 countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan) declaring their independence from the Soviet Union in the course of the years 1990–91.
The rest of the Soviet Union, which constituted the bulk of the area, became Russia in December 1991.
Communism was abandoned in Albania and Yugoslavia between 1990 and 1992.
By 1992, Yugoslavia split into the five successor states of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Macedonia, Slovenia, and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, which was later renamed Serbia and Montenegro and eventually split into two states, Serbia and Montenegro.
Serbia was then further split with the breakaway of the partially recognized state of Kosovo.
Czechoslovakia was dissolved three years after the end of communist rule, splitting peacefully into the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1992.
The impact was felt in dozens of Socialist countries. :-
Communism was abandoned in countries such as Cambodia, Ethiopia, Mongolia (which democratically re-elected a Communist government that ran the country until 1996), and South Yemen.
The collapse of Communism (and of the Soviet Union) led commentators to declare the end of the Cold War.
During the adoption of varying forms of market economy there was initially a general decline in living standards.
Political reforms were varied, but in only five countries were Communist parties able to keep for themselves a monopoly on power :-
1.China, 2. Cuba, 3. North Korea, 4. Laos, and 5. Vietnam.
Many Communist and Socialist organisations in the West turned their guiding principles over to social democracy.
The European political landscape was drastically changed, with numerous Eastern Bloc countries joining NATO and the European Union, resulting in stronger economic and social integration.
1. Communists of Bharatham, their survival depends upon spreading hatred among communities,
2. Totally, arrogant in nature, inefficient, main activity is strike, bandh and hartal, and destruction of public property,
3. Murder politics is their entertainment, against those who oppose their rulings,
4. Anti national stand during Sino-Indian war 1962,
5. Noncooperation, to any progressive activity.
6. See the fun, that hoisting their flag where dalits were prevented taking water from public well, is the plenum decision;
7. HOISTING FLAG MEANS: SOW THE SEED OF HATRED THERE, DO WE NEED COMMUNISM?
My view points
1. World has rejected communism, because of leaders cruelty against the people,
2. Bharateeya also rejected communism,
3. Bengal and Kerala are the two states sicking as parasites,
4. Bengal already rejected it,
5. In Kerala is in its death bed, almost wiped out in near future,
6. Communism is not good for Democracy.
7. Hatred, Violence, are their tools,
8. Preach to protest and uprise for rights, and not kattavyam ( duties).
9. A total madness, unfriendly attitude,
10. Not required in modern society.
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