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    Quote Originally Posted by celticviking View Post
    The question now is, did the Chinese put him up to this under threat?
    National Socialism is the only salvation for Germanics and Europids everywhere. Capitalism, libertarianism, and communism is the enemy.

    National socialized collectivism must prevail over radical individualism.

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    The Tibetan leader answered that the Marx was not against religion or religious philosophy per se but against religious institutions that were allied, during Marxs time, with the European ruling class.
    Besides that Marxism is in essence a materialist philosophy and therefore not really compatible with Buddhism, but Marxists see him exactly the same light (article in Dutch). Besides his predecessor actually was against Marxism and the White Russians.
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