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    Marxism, about which many people speak but only a few ones know and, especially,understand, is fundamentally a dialectical way. This is, a method that rests íntegrally on the reality of the facts. It is not, as some people erroneously suppose, a body of principles of rigid consequences equal for all the historical climates and all the social latitudes. Marx extracted his method of the heart itself of the history. The Marxism in every country operates on the ambience. This is, a national way to socialism.

    We are neither dogmatic marxists nor anti-marxist. Marxism, obviously, is not an eternal and immutable truth and because of that needs to be modified in its theory and praxis; that's the main task of nazbols. That is what has happened throughout the History. Each Marxist revolution has been different from the others: bolshevik, maoist, castroist, Cambodian red khemers, Vietnamese, etc. And none of these has happened according to Marx's predictions. Of course National-Bolshevik revolution will be different. We won't repeat a past revolution, we will create a new revolution. Our revolution is not a copy of the past but a creation for the future.

    On the other hand, National-Bolshevism is a revolutionary synthesis of Marxist and non-Marxist socialism. And non-marxist socialism means other ways of socialism such as Proudhon's socialism, anarchism (Bakunin, Kropotkin), anarcho-syndicalism (Sorel) and even left national-socialism of disidents from Hitlerian NSDAP (Niekisch, Strasser brothers)

    About Marxism in National-Bolshevik ideology, Dugin says:

    It was just the “right Marxism“ that triumphed in Russia, which obtained the name of “bolshevism”. But it does not mean, that only in Russia the matter was as such. The similar tendency is present in all communist parties and movements all over the world, if, certainly, they do not degrade to the parliamentary Social Democracy, conforming to the liberal spirit. Thus, it is not surprising, that socialist revolutions have taken place except Russia only in the East: in China, Korea, Vietnam etc.. It emphasizes once again, that just traditional, non-progressive, the least “modern” (“alienated from the Spirit“) and, correspondingly, the most “conservative”, the most “right” peoples and nations, have recognized the mystical, spiritual, “bolshevik” essence in the communism.

    The Marxism of the national-bolsheviks means Marx minus Feurbach, i. e. minus evolutionism and sometimes appearing inertial humanism.
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    Post Re: Marxism And National-bolshevism

    So National Bolshevism employs more Nationalism and right-wing elements combined with Marxism?

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    National-Bolshevism really got nothing at all to do with Marxism, that's just on the skin. NB is, in it's Eurasian version, a pan-slavic/Euro-Russian National Socialism.

    Read www.limonka.net...

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    In other words, National-Bolsheviks - unlike most brain-dead Marxists - believe history is more than a record of class war? Ie. you believe in the Marxist theory of historical materialism, but that it's not what all human history is about?

    Do you have any comments to Francis Parker Yockey's view of Marxism?
    http://www.solargeneral.com/SG/imperium/imp10.html

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    First of all, Maxism is not only what Marx wrote with more or less accuracy, is not only Marx's works as The Capital or The Communist Manifesto. Marx lives in the struggle for the realization of socialism waged by innumerable multitudes animated by his doctrines guided by leaders such as Lenin, Stalin, Che Guevara, Mao, Erich Honecker, Nicolae Ceaucescu, etc.

    As the latin adage says Amicus Plato, sed magis amicus veritatis, in other words we have to give the reason to Marx in those things in which he was right but we don't have to take his doctrine as a ethernal and inmutable dogma.

    Of course class struggle has happened throughout History, because there has been a fight of opressed people against their opressors. But that is not equal to accept that the motor of History is a mechanicist law in which human will can't do anything. Our interpretation of History is not the one of the DIAMAT, in other words, the development of productive forces is not enough to produce a revolution automatically. Marxist revolutionaries didn't wait till technology reached a great stage of development that in Marx's words would have involved the end of capitalist system due to its own contradictions. Lenin performed bolshevik revolution in the semi-feudal Russia not in a well developed country; Mao leaded a revolution of peasants not proletarians. Those are example of the importance of human's will in the marxist revolutions.

    All human culture is not only the super-structure of the capitalist mode of production but nowadays (as same as at other times) much of our culture is only a product of our capitalist consumer society, a product that consumers have to buy so that capitalists can earn money.

    There is no contradiction in defending tradition and revolution at the same time. Tradition is not equal to Traditionalism or Conservatism; the tradition is not something static, it is not a group or relics and dead symbols. Tradition is alive, it is dynamic, it is something which changes during the history. The task of National-Bolshevism is to decide which elements of Tradition have to be incorporated into National-Bolshevik Revolution. On the opposite, reactionary parties are conservative, they want to preserve their privileges, their traditionalism is the restauration of expired ideas (monarchy and Romanov dinasty, aristocracy, plutocracy)

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