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Communism and Societal Collapse

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The philosophies of Communism and Socialism must grow up. Since there is little chance for the public to expect Democracy to assume a change in personality and attitude because it has come to embrace the habit of merely changing its name (Republic, Representative, Regal, etc.,) and garments (capitalism, austerity, charity, etc.,) to suit the peculiarities of a given public indulging in variations of privilege and entitlement for a few; it is up to both Communisms and Socialism to adopt to changing themselves so that humanity can progress towards a preferable enlightenment.

Unfortunately, those advocating Communism and Socialism practice their tenets like some Elusian mystery cult which promise some "after life" benefit so characteristic of religious thought, though both Socialism and Communism have at times been presented as being either anti-religious or agnostic. The "after life" is that supposed Utopia which exists after the present functioning of government becomes displaced or replaced by a proposed Communism, between which, as a sort of way-station, the public will experience a history of Socialism which was introduced into practice by way of a symbiotic enterprise named at first Socialist-Democracy but later changed to what was thought to be a more amiable persona named Democratic-Socialism. Hence the scenario of history is thought to be arranged in a fashion such as:

From a primitive Communism to a primitive Socialism to a primitive Democracy to a dressed up democracy to a dressed down Socialism to a vulgarized Communism forced into an intellectualized debtors prison; to a prison escape aided by Socialist Revolutionaries attacking the citadel of falsified Democracy castles in which is practiced a state religion called Capitalism that wants to bring the merchants of Communism and Socialism into the fold because its advocates use the tool of Capitalism as a snake oil salesman philosophy that pretends to be of use to everyone on an equal basis... so long as the name of democracy can remain on the label and be used as the hawker's name brand slogan even though it has permitted the various characters of Communism and Socialism to participate in the flag waving national anthems of the various phony democracies being practiced.

However, different authors would no doubt offer their own story-line of interpretation but the end of the story remains the same. Only the names and character profiles are changed to effect the mood and tenor of the audience to which the story is being sold by being packaged according to whether or not the audience philosophically prefers paper, plastic, bag, sack, backpack, box, cart or a do-it-yourself, make-it-yourself, bring-your-own packaging.

The philosophy of Marx is not "THE" Representative ideology of Communism. His dialectical involving the proletariat and Bourgeoisie concluding with some amalgamated conclusion involving the deposit of the proletariat into some exalted state of achievement by displacing the Bourgeoisie without giving mention of the supposed disappeared whereabouts of the owners and ultra-rich is an untenable ideology. Particularly when his idea of a scientific Sociology doesn't take into consideration that his wants to build a Communist society on a piece of land called Earth that is undergoing an incremental deterioration that is following suit in regards to an incrementally deteriorating Solar system and galaxy; all of which clearly states that the best humanity can hope to achieve by remaining on the Earth is a constant need for revising the philosophies of business, politics and religion that the language of biology is ideally suited for in giving an explanation of and system of labeling to by referencing it as an equilibrium in motion similar to the adjustments being made by the human inner ear when subjected to a changing environment.

Marx, Engels, Mao, Lenin, Trotsky, Stalin, and every single person involved with trying to perpetuate the antiquated notions of Communism and Socialism have been appreciably ignorant to the biological and geo-planetary realities humanity is confronted with. They have never understood the vulnerabilities of humanity under the conditions of Earth and the Solar system, much less the larger galaxy. And all of their adherents refuse to intellectually grow up and accept the responsibility for making the necessary changes in the basic ideological platform. All of the old ideas need to be buried or at least relegated to some glass case to be placed into a museum of antiquities. They need to be seen and labeled for what they are. They are irrelevant for the needs of a future humanity.

Various religious communities practiced variations of Communism by way of their communalism and commonism long before Marx and his followers were even born. The historical lineage of Communism might well be envisaged as the following:

  • Marx and Engels wanted to attempt a divorce of Communism (with their own version of a community based ceremonialized revolution ideology) from its:
  • Religious roots (with its own version of a community based ceremonialized ideology) which had tried to divorce itself from its:
  • Pagan roots (with its own version of a community based ceremonialized ideology) which in turn had tried to distinguish itself from its:
  • Earlier clan practices (with their own version of a community based ceremonialized ideology)...
  • Leaving us to ponder if Communism originated as a biologically-based "spandrel" effect, as some symbiont, as some vestigial reference, as some benign tumor, or something other than a Eureka! idea to otherwise disorganized social activities, whether those activities were in a small or larger group setting.

In other words, the history described by Marx in his analysis is an adulteration meant as a means to exclude information in order to convince others by way of taking information out of its full context, so that listeners might be more easily deceived because they did not have much information or alternatives to make an intelligent decision from through a sales technique of limiting choices; similarly seen today in the every increasing application of voters being expected to choose between the lesser of two evils. This is what Marx, Engels, Lenin, Trotsky, Mao, Stalin and so many others have done in promoting their ideas to a naive and uncritical public lacking in a data base of an enlarged repository of knowledge that, even if those in the past had available to them, it is unlikely they would have been able to make use of since they were preoccupied with a hand-to-mouth survival in an age-of-oppression reality.

However, if a reader doesn't like the view that their ideological saints, heroes an gods were anything but honest people, then we might want to conclude that they excluded a larger appreciation and explanation of historical suppositions because they were ignorant of them and should be considered by way of a non-Marxian approach.

Here is an excerpt from the Britannica on Non-Marxian communism:

Although Marx remains the preeminent communist theorist, there have been several varieties of non-Marxist communism. Among the most influential is anarchism, or anarcho-communism, which advocates not only communal ownership of property but also the abolition of the state. Historically important anarcho-communists include William Godwin in England, Mikhail Bakunin and Peter Kropotkin in Russia (though both spent much of their lives in exile), and Emma Goldman in the United States. In different ways they argued that the state and private property are interdependent institutions: the state exists to protect private property, and the owners of private property protect the state. If property is to be owned communally and distributed equally, the state must be smashed once and for all. In Statism and Anarchy (1874), for example, Bakunin attacked Marx's view that the transitional state—the dictatorship of the proletariat—would simply wither away after it had served its purpose of preventing a bourgeois counterrevolution. No state, said Bakunin, has ever withered away, and no state ever will. To the contrary, it is in the very nature of the state to extend its control over its subjects, limiting and finally eliminating whatever liberty they once had to control their own lives. Marx's interim state would in fact be a dictatorship "over" the proletariat. In that respect, at least, Bakunin proved to be a better prophet than Marx.

Communism today

Despite the difficulties and dislocations wrought by the transition to a capitalist market economy, Russia and the former Soviet republics are unlikely to reestablish communist rule. The Communist Party of the Russian Federation, the successor of the CPSU, attracts some followers, but its ideology is reformist rather than revolutionary; its chief aim appears to be that of smoothing the continuing and sometimes painful transition to a market economy and trying to mitigate its more blatantly inegalitarian aspects. In China, Maoism is given lip service but no longer is put into practice. Some large industries are still state-owned, but the trend is clearly toward increasing privatization and a decentralized market economy. China is now on the verge of having a full-fledged capitalist economy. This raises the question of whether free markets and democracy can be decoupled, or whether one implies the other. The CC still brooks no opposition, as the suppression of pro-democracy student demonstrations in Tiananmen Square in 1989 made clear. But the views of a new generation of leaders that arose in the early 21st century were unknown, which makes the direction of Chinese policy difficult to predict.

Mao's version of Marxism-Leninism remains an active but ambiguous force elsewhere in Asia, most notably in Nepal. After a decade of armed struggle, Maoist insurgents there agreed in 2006 to lay down their arms and participate in national elections to choose an assembly to rewrite the Nepalese constitution. Claiming a commitment to multi-party democracy and a mixed economy, the Maoists emerged from the elections in 2008 as the largest party in the assembly—a party that now appears to resemble the pragmatic CCP of recent years more closely than it resembles Maoist revolutionaries of the 20th century.

Meanwhile, North Korea, the last bastion of old Soviet-style communism, is an isolated and repressive regime. Long deprived of Soviet sponsorship and subsidies, Cuba and Vietnam have been reaching out diplomatically and seeking foreign investment in their increasingly market-oriented economies, but politically both remain single-party communist states.

Today Soviet-style communism, with its command economy and top-down bureaucratic planning, is defunct. Whether that kind of regime was ever consistent with Marx's conception of communism is doubtful; whether anyone will lead a new movement to build a communist society on Marxist lines remains to be seen.

Authors:

  • Terence Ball- Professor of Political Science, Arizona State University, Tempe. Author of Reappraising Political Theory and others.
  • Richard Dagger- Professor of Political Science, Arizona State University, Tempe. Author of Civic Virtues: Rights, Citizenship, and Republican Liberalism and others.

"Communism." Encyclopædia Britannica Ultimate Reference Suite, 2013.

I have to take issue with the comment "Preeminent Communist Theorist" mentioned in the above article. As if Communism is to be interpreted primarily... if not solely in terms of present social structures dominating the globe. In so doing, this leaves little room for Communist theory to grow since it is forced to be interpreted in a selective sociological context that political and sociological thinkers must necessarily step away from in order to "think outside the box". So-called experts are once again running an intellectual scrimmage line who refuse to play a different intellectual game as well as deny the relevance for even thinking about or giving credence to any ideas but than those which helped them in the professional careers; just as the so called experts of different eras who rejected advances in thinking such as the Copernican idea, Germ theory, use of the plow and harness, flight, submarines, plate tectonics, surgical sanitation, etc... In so many respects, the leading theorists of today are leading the charge, running the supply lines and mapping out the strategy by which their views might advance... unaware of or oblivious to any idea that their concerted efforts may be the practice of a stampeding herd running hither and thither due to some thunderstorm perceived both by their individualized and collective sensibilities. Whereas in their developing youthful careers the experts of today may well have been visionary prescient in detecting some useful nuance of intelligible wisdom overlooked, dismissed or unseen by others, in later years the previous behaviors which assisted them in grasping firmly onto otherwise marginalized ideas needing further exploration, refinement and articulation, have now been misinterpreted as being relevant though they are either the spots on glasses, the fogginess of a temporary sleeplessness, or the darting-about spots being generated by the cellular debris of a diminishing physiology that makes its way to the ocular channel, though other sensory channels also have their "spots," though not often recognized unless some ambulatory device is applied like hearing aids, canes, and diapers to conceal an incontinence which can make continuity of socialized or intellectualized thought less contiguous.

Ideological considerations for creating what is believed to be a better society are obsessed with the notions of abolishing the practices of private ownership and the "State", which is customarily viewed as the institution by which private ownership is given a license to operate. It is both particularly humorous and parenthetically absurd to claim that non-Marxist brands of Communism exist, yet they advocate these same ideological principles which Marx had stressed in his time, within the provincial vernacular and sociological orientations of the era. It was an era in which the developmental notion of a "tribal prehistory" had found a footing in scholarship and the advent of various nature-based philosophical trends were being put to practice, such as the orientations of a sexual liberation which imprinted its influences in the development of Freudian psycho-sexual theories, Jungian cult-mindedness, and a series of developmental ideas which the later Nazi's took hold of. Yet you need not take my word for it since my information has been culled from the book entitled The Jung Cult by Richard Noll. I bring mention of the book while on the topic of historical development in order to reproduce (from the book, pages 163-164) 3 stages of human development by Johann Jacob Bachofen who, along with Jung and Freud, lived during a time in which Haeckel's idea of "Ontogeny recapitulates Phylogeny" was being promoted, although later found to be what can be described as an exaggeration of that actually occurring in biological development. It's not that I agree with Bachofen, but his usage of a "three patterned" idea is of value in the present Threesology context as another example of a cognitive example of a "time-line" approach which was advocated in yet another perspective with a contemporary of Bachofen by the name of Lewis Henry Morgan.

Please not that in reading the following stages, one must place it into the context of the time period in which alternative ideas into "other-worldly" connections and superior-consciousness expansion suppositions were being practiced along with nitrous oxide parties, all of which in their own variants were precursive introductions to creating further conditions whereby women would be more susceptible to seduction as well as rape rationalized as some experienced freedom. It should go without saying, but needs to be said anyway, that ideologies are— more often than some readers might care to consider— as intellecutalizations used as date-rape drugs... in which simple-mindedness could be persuaded to let down their otherwise mental guards and become a victim of someone who used the drug of intellectualization as their preferred method of creating intoxication through the introduction of rationales which created confusion, disorientation and loss of safeguards formerly held onto by a grip of reality based on some supposed disposition of logic that women of a given time period shared as an intellectually created chastity belt, other than just the morality preached by some religious doctrine... and during a time when the risks of disease were either unknown, not thought of, or considered to be of negligible concern.

Bachofen's stages of Human development:

  1. The stage of "hetairism" in which polygamy (meaning both polyandry [taking more than one man] and polygyny [taking more than one woman]) was the norm in the wild, instinctual, nomadic, communistic, and liberated society. Both sexes lived instinctually and freely, but also cruelly and savagely by nineteenth-century bourgeois standards. There was no agriculture and no marriage, for women were free and promiscuous and did not know nor care to know the fathers of their children. The goddess of this "tellurian" phase marked by its Earth symbolism was an ancient form of Aphrodite. ("Tellurian": of or relating to inhabiting the land as opposed to the sea or air.)
    • Hetairism (The Free Dictionary by Farlex): a.) the practice of concubinage. b.) a social system characterized by its regarding women as common property.
    • Hetarirism (Multiple sources: Memidex.com)
  2. The second phase of history was the true phase of mother right (Das Mutterrecht), which Bachofen said was a lunar phase in which Agriculture became the economic and social basis of a society identified with Mother Earth. The first laws which promoted the continuation of a society based on the egalitarian values came into being. The most serious crime in this society was matricide (killing of one's mother). The body and the Earth were glorified and the intellect or Geist (spirit) were not. The night and the darkness of subterranean caves were exalted as sacred, and so nocturnal and subterranean initiations into mysteries began in this era. There was also a fascination with the dead and contact with their spirits. Bachofen thought that the Elusinian mysteries of the Hellenistic world had their origins in this period of matriarchy. Indeed, the great goddess of this era was none other than Demeter, the mother-goddess of Eleusis. This was fitting for Demeter was goddess of the grain, and Bachofen believed women invented agriculture.
  3. A relatively brief transitional phase in which Dionysus is the most prominent deity follows this second stage and leads to our present stage of patriarchy, symbolized by the Sun, the glorification of the intellectual sphere, and rule by men. The god of this era was Apollo. Once patriarchy was established, all signs of matriarchy were systematically wiped out, although Bachofen sees it everywhere in the same way that (Helena) Blavatsky claimed to see evidence of the "secret doctrine" hidden away in the world's great religions and philosophies.

Johann Jacob Bachofen- born Dec. 22, 1815, Basel, Switz., died Nov. 25, 1887, Basel.

Swiss jurist and early anthropological writer whose book Das Mutterrecht (1861; "Mother Right") is regarded as a major contribution to the development of modern social anthropology. Bachofen was a professor of the history of Roman law at the University of Basel (1841–45) and also a judge of the Basel criminal court (1842–66). After writing two works on Roman civil law (1847 and 1848), he traveled to Italy and Greece and began earnestly to study the symbolism of ancient tombs, thereby gaining significant insights into early forms of human life, law, and religion.

In Das Mutterrecht, Bachofen presented the first attempt to advance a scientific history of the family as a social institution and suggested that mother right preceded father right. Though he based his theorizing on Greek and Roman classics, his previously unpublished manuscripts in his Gesammelte Werke, 10 vol. (1943 ff.; "Collected Works"), show that in 1869 he planned to revise Das Mutterrecht on the basis of wider evidence and had begun 15 years of study of nearly every known culture. From 1872 he increasingly adopted the views of American anthropologist Lewis Henry Morgan on kinship.

"Bachofen, Johann Jakob." Encyclopædia Britannica.


- born November 21, 1818, near Aurora, New York, U.S. died December 17, 1881, Rochester, New York

American ethnologist and a principal founder of scientific anthropology, known especially for establishing the study of kinship systems and for his comprehensive theory of social evolution.

An attorney by profession, Morgan practiced law at Rochester (1844–62) and served in the New York State Assembly (1861–68) and Senate (1868–69). In the early 1840s he developed a deep interest in Native Americans and over his lifetime championed their struggles against colonialism and oppression. While making an exhaustive survey of the history, social organization, and material culture of the Iroquois nation, he was adopted by the Seneca tribe (1846), the focus of his particular interest. Results of his observations appeared in The League of the Ho-dé-no-sau-nee, or Iroquois (1851).

About 1856 Morgan's interest turned to the Seneca way of designating relatives, which differed markedly from Anglo-American convention. Upon discovering virtually identical designations among the Ojibwa of northern Michigan, he conjectured that if the system were also to be found in Asia, the Asiatic origin of the American Indians might be shown. He thereupon embarked on a series of far-flung investigations of the kinship terms used by the people of many other cultures. He gathered his results in his influential pioneer elaboration of kinship, Systems of Consanguinity and Affinity of the Human Family (1871). This work inaugurated the modern anthropological study of kinship systems as the basic organizing principle in most pre-industrial societies.

Morgan's kinship study led him to develop his theory of cultural evolution, which was set forth in Ancient Society, or Researches in the Lines of Human Progress from Savagery through Barbarism to Civilization (1877). This was among the first major scientific accounts of the origin and evolution of civilization. Morgan posited that advances in social organization arose primarily from changes in food production. Society had progressed from a hunting-and-gathering stage (which he denoted by the term "savagery") to a stage of settled agriculture ("barbarism") and then on to an urban society possessing a more advanced agriculture ("civilization"). He illustrated these developmental stages with examples drawn from various cultures. Morgan's ideas about the development of technology over time have come to be regarded as generally correct in their fundamental aspects. His theory that human social life advanced from an initial stage of promiscuity through various forms of family life that culminated in monogamy has long been held obsolete, however.

Morgan's emphasis on the importance of technological change and other purely material factors in cultural and social evolution attracted the attention of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. That Ancient Society came to be regarded by Marxists as a classic was largely the result of the importance that Marx and Engels attached to it, because Morgan's own social allegiance was to the industrial and commercial middle class and its achievements. For a number of years Morgan remained the dean of American anthropology. Among his other works are The Indian Journals, 1859–1862 (1959) and, based on his extensive observations of non-human mammals, The American Beaver and His Works (1868).


"morgan, lewis henry." Encyclopædia Britannica Ultimate Reference Suite, 2013.

Again and again and again we see both Marxian-branded variations of Communism and proposed non-Marxian branded variations of Communism both focus on the State and private property. Duh............ Their obsessions with these too set in the formula of a dichotomy aligned in the manner of a dialectic from which some supposed greater realization is the only conclusion is a profoundly idiotic logic resembling intellectual masturbation. Both the idea of the State and property, as well as the disposition of goods and services, along with the idea of a market place and capitalism... in the sequence of 1st: privately owned, 2nd: state owned and 3rdly: collectively owned; is the cemented figured of a sculptured ideological reverence that is continuing to weather away at humanity as it stands at the edge of a bog subjected to the unrecognized effects of a sink hole in progress.

If Communists and Socialists want to embrace a dialectic, then it should be that which fully appreciates the existence of an internalized and externalized form and function of the State of Equilibrium that each of us owns privately (individually) and collectively. This is where the next page of discussion begins.




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