Saturday, 13 April 2013

Dictatorship of the Proletariat hides Domination by outsiders.

"The proletariat, when it seizes power [...] should and must at once undertake socialist measures in the most energetic, unyielding and unhesitant fashion, in other words, exercise a dictatorship, but a dictatorship of the CLASS, not of a party or of a clique -- dictatorship of the class, that means in the broadest possible form on the basis of the most active, unlimited participation of the mass of the people, of unlimited democracy." - Rosa Luxemburg


Rosa Luxemburg spoke of the proletariat rising to take over power.  This is one of the most widely used of all Marxist lies.   Rosa Luxemburg was born into a very wealthy family of Jews.  She was herself one of the same Bourgeoisie which she wrote at length in condemnation of.  As is typical with Marxists, Luxemburg was a hypocrite.


For a society to function, there must be no class conflict.  This does not mean allowing the exploitation of the workers to continue at the hands of the financial elite, but nor does it mean replacing the exploitation Of the Workers with a system of exploitation By them.

Class Divisions serve the interests of the Ruling  Power Elite.  In a Capitalist society, the Financial Ruling Class owns everything, and reduces everyone else to servitude.  In the Marxist-Leninist-Maoist society, the Financial Class is replaced by the Bureaucracy of the Party, but those outside the Ruling group, are treated in exactly the same manner.  Look at the Marxist revolutions worldwide and you will see that the same people who ruled before them, appear in positions of power after them.

Rosa Luxemburg, like Marx, was a Jew.  The brief German Communist takeover after the First World War was not a Proletarian one, but a Jewish one.  the same is true for the USSR.  In each case, the Jewish money power gave way to a Jewish political power, which served as  a front to hide the continuity of the real rulers.

Class War is the enemy of the nation.  In a real Socialist Republic, there will be no such thing as Class.  Workers and Managers will work alongside one another for the benefit of the nation.  To this end, it is of absolute importance that the real enemy Ruling Class is identified and deposed.

The real enemy of the people is not sections from within, but those who operate amongst us , but are not of us.  We speak of the likes of Marx and Luxemburg, who come from outside the nation, but dare to speak of fighting for the people.  They do fight for 'the people', but the people they fight for, is their people, not ours.

The Ruling Class is really a Ruling Caste, and it is markedly Jewish in character.  To free the people, we have to identify our enemies, not by Marxian socio-economic factors, but by organic factors, such as racial origins.  This is why Marxism has failed.  If we follow people who are not of our kind, we will ultimately be used to further their ends.  It can be no other way.

A Socialist Revolution must be one which purifies the nation by expelling the Ruling Caste, and all those who belong to it racially, even if they claim to be on our side.  We were lied to in the USSR, and in every place where we overthrew one set of Jewish oppressors to have them replaced by another one.  The Dictatorship of the Proletariat is a lie.  It pits us against one another, and allows for our oppressors to continue to abuse us.  We have to overcome this desire to become a replacement Ruling Class and build a society in which there is no Ruling Class at all. 

Bakunin warned that Marxism would lead to the Proletariat being used to create a new Ruling Class, which would then go on to exploit the people.  He was right.  We have to learn not to follow in the footsteps of those who misled the enemies of Capitalism into building its duplicate under the banner of Communism.

Friday, 12 April 2013

The Structure of the SWPE

Unlike mainstream parties who follow the dead and pointless electoral path, we in the Socialist Workers' Party England believe in radical change.  We do not have a leadership structure based on a high up executive telling the ordinary members what to do.  The old parties have failed because the leaders have no respect for the members, and the members expect the leaders to do everything for them.

The only way to achieve change is for people to take charge of their own destinies.  

Our members need to ensure that security is given the utmost importance.  There are enemies from the State, and from its lackey parties, who wish to infiltrate all movements for freedom.  We believe in activism, not subordination to a leadership clique.  All who wish to establish their own cells should do so.  We need to get our name out, and to let the nation know that there is a genuine Socialist alternative to the decaying and controlled Trotskyite parties which wear our colours, but fight against the nation for the benefit of the International Capitalist system which they pretend to oppose.

Free Social and National must be our code.  National Freedom is vital to stop Capitalism.  Real Socialism is a strong defender of national borders.  It is time to take this message to the streets, and to stop the damage that Trotskyite infiltrators have done to Real Socialism.

Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Social Nationalism - An Introduction to Strasserism

THE Strasser brothers were very influential members of the National Socialist German Workers Party. Following an argument with Hitler, Otto Strasser resigned from the party while his brother Gregor was shot during the Night of the Long Knives in 1934. Their radical nationalist views live on, however, and are as relevant today as they were in the 1930′s.  The following quotes are invaluable for all Socialists.


Otto Strasser

 
 
ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. . .
“Whoever recognises the truth of the saying ‘Property makes free’, whoever affirms the necessity for a sustaining stratum in any satisfactory social order — must look forward to the new order which will aim at the de-proletarianisation of the people, and at our liberation from the social and economic monopolies under whose harrow no sort of freedom is possible.”

ON EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY . . .
“I have castigated and repudiated the liberal illusion of human equality, I nevertheless ardently champion the . . . doctrine that equality of opportunity is essential.”

ON EDUCATION . . .
“Hitherto the main object of schooling has been to ‘impart information’, but henceforward it will be regarded as at least equally important to train character.”
“The child will be growing up into the German cultural world, without having his mind unduly diverted towards alien cultures during the receptive years of childhood.”

ON THE LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLE . . .
“The Idea is divine in origin, while men are only its vehicles, the body in which the Word is made flesh. The leader is made to serve the Idea, and it is to the Idea alone that we owe absolute allegiance. The leader is human, and it is human to err.”
“The Idea is the decisive thing, and the individual conscience should be called upon to decide if there is any divergence between the Idea and the leader.”
“The man who is unaware of his own limitations inevitably crashes, and drags everything else down with him.”

ON HATE . . .
“Hate must be born of love. One must be capable of loving to know what is hateful, and so have the strength to destroy it.”

ON THE NATIONAL REVOLUTION . . .
“The German people wants a German revolution, that is to say a national and social revolution”

ON CULTURE . . .
“Simplifying life would not mean a ‘relapse into barbarism’, for culture is not dependent ‘upon luxury or upon the gratification of needlessly created wants.”

ON MARXISM . . .
“Marxism is a socialism both liberal and alien, a doctrine whose liberal factors necessarily unfit it for the upbuilding of the socialist future.”
“Thanks to Marx, Engels, Kautsky etc., all typical liberals both by origin and by nature, socialism took the liberal path towards alienism, as was plainly shown by its relation to the International, its class-war tactics, and its materialist philosophy.”

ON MACHINERY . . .
“It is assuredly time . . . to end the tyranny of technique, to overthrow the dominion of the machine, and to make technique and the machine once more. servants instead of masters — for their dominion has been an unmitigated curse.”

ON URBAN LIFE . . .
“Those who understand that life in our huge tentacular towns is a danger to the race cannot fail to regard systematic de-urbanisation as urgently required for the sake of the people.”
“Owing to the rapid growth of towns, of enormous towns, tentacular towns, people have been uprooted from the countryside and ‘intellectualised’ in a way that has weakened their healthy instincts; this has been accompanied by a growing inclination to overrate both machinery and sport, these in their turn tending to hasten the general despiritualisation of life.”

ON LIBERAL DEMOCRACY . . .
“A genuine commonwealth of the people can . . . only be established by the destruction of the existing party system.”
“From their very nature political parties have a vital interest in sundering the people into factions.”

ON THE GUILD SYSTEM . . .
“The alternative to the bankrupt alien ‘solutions’ of Communism and Capitalism, the idea which we represent is the . . . political representation of parties, trades and professions based on our ancient Guild system.”

ON MATERIALISM . . .
“The Philosophy of the liberal epoch has been and still is materialism. Nothing typifies Marxism more plainly than the fact that it is tainted with alien views of socialism, that its program is shaped by the materialist philosophy which it shares with liberalism.”
“To the liberal capitalist and liberal Marxian ideal of modern mammoth factories producing vast quantities of goods, we should contrapose the . . . ideal of a full and free life, so that it will be the task of a responsible government to create the economic and social conditions essential to the realisation of such an ideal.”


Gregor Strasser 


ON SOCIALISM . . .
“We National Socialists are socialists, genuine national, German socialists.”
“From the Right we shall take Nationalism which has so disastrously allied itself with capitalism, and from the Left we shall take Socialism, which has made such an unhappy union with internationalism. Thus we shall form the National Socialism which will be the motive force of a new Germany and new Europe.”
“We are ‘socialists’ and not mere ‘social reformers’ and we do not hesitate to say it although the Marxians have so painful distorted the meaning of the former term.”

ON CAPITALISM . . .
“The capitalist economic system with it exploitation of those who are economically weak, with its robbery of the workers labour power, with its unethical way of appraising human beings by the number of things and the amount of money the possess, instead of by their internal values and their achievements, must be replaced by a new and just economic system, in a won by German socialism.”

ON MATERIALISM . . .
“The most deplorable legacy of the capitalist economic system is that it has taught us to judge all things by the standards of money ownership, possession.”

ON TAKING POWER . . .
“Everything which is detrimental to the existing order of things has our support because we want catastrophe . . . in a word we are pursuing a policy of catastrophe because only catastrophe, that is, the collapse of the liberal system, will clear the way for those new tasks which we National Socialists name everything which hastens the beginning of catastrophe in the present system, thus, for example, every strike every governmental crisis, every erosion of state power, every weakening of the System . . . is good, very good for us . . . and it will always and constantly be our endeavour to strengthen such difficulties . . . in order to expedite the death of this system.”


This introduction to Strasserism was published in the journal Nationalism Today in the early 1980s.