Communist Racism

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Communist Racism is an unspoken fact of life in nation states living under an ideology that places no value on human life, the rights of individuals or human rights. Communism's main objective is for a criminal clique to obtain, and maintain for themselves, political power outside of democratic processes.

Though Communists claim to be "anti-racist," racism in many Communist countries is very common. In fact, the term "racism" was invented by a Communist, Leon Trotsky, as a smear term for Communists to use against opponents who they saw as blocking their path to achieve Communist goals.[1]

To the extent that communist movements claim the mantle of anti-racism, it's sole objective is sow division, discontent, and chaos in society - black against white, male against female, rich against poor, straight against gay, Jew against gentile, atheist against believer, law abiding against lawless, two parent families against single parents, and so on.

Identity Politics

Autonomous Republics

When making Yugoslavia a system of autonomous republics, Tito favored Kosovo Albanian and even talked about bringing all of Albania under his rule.[2] Lenin also turned Russia into autonomous republics, and like Tito, he did not one ethnic group will have too much power; Communist theory denies the existence of race but the adherents flip flop to favor one group over another. Rules for Radicals by Saul Alinsky, whose disciples include Democrats like Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, borrowed his approach to identity politics. The first Ukrainians were Carpathian Russians in Austria-Hungary who denounced Orthodox Christianity for Roman Catholicism in 1893, and then when the Ukrainian People's Republic gained independence after the first Russian Revolution in 1917, he retook the country the next year and expanded it's territory, making it an artificial state in the style of the EU.[3][4][5][6] When splitting the Transcaucasian republics in 1922, he gave the Armenian territory of Nagorno-Karabakh to Azerbaijan. In addition, Lenin and his Bolshevik followers created Central Asian republics, some of which never existed before, like Kazakhstan, gave them many Russian lands that did not belong to them, like Orenburg and other territories populated by Ural Cossacks and provided for building their infrastructure with gulag slave labor, hospitals, schools etc., by those in the Russian workforce, with Russians being qualified specialists.

Critical race theory

See also: Critical Race Theory

Derrick Bell,[7] Barack Obama’s favorite Harvard professor, devised Critical Race Theory,[8] which exemplifies Lenin’s strategy as applied to race. According to Discover the Networks:

Critical race theory contends that America is permanently racist to its core, and that consequently the nation’s legal structures are, by definition, racist and invalid … members of “oppressed” racial groups are entitled—in fact obligated—to determine for themselves which laws and traditions have merit and are worth observing. …

Bell’s theory is in turn an innovation of Critical Theory, which was developed by Marxist thinkers of the Frankfurt School in Frankfurt, Germany, in 1923. The Institute’s left-wing scholars fled Hitler’s Germany in the 1930s, relocating to Columbia University in New York. Critical Theory, which discredits all aspects of Western society, we know today as political correctness. One of its most famous purveyors was the Frankfurt School’s Herbert Marcuse, longtime associate of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Julian Bond. Marcuse invented the concept of “partisan tolerance,” that is, tolerance for leftist ideas and intolerance of all others. The Southern Poverty Law Center applied Marcuse’s strategy in developing its “Hate Watch” list, and Rules for Radicals author Saul Alinsky used it in his own life’s work.

The “racist” narrative was turbocharged with the concept of “White Privilege,” the notion that whites—the dominant demographic group in capitalist America—are irretrievably racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, imperialistic oppressors who exploit everyone. Whites are the only true evil in the world and should be exterminated. “Dr. Kamau Kambon, who taught Africana Studies 241 in the Spring 2005 semester at North Carolina State University, also said this needs to be done ‘because white people want to kill us.’”[9]

The New Abolitionism

The victims of Che poster

The “White Skin Privilege” idea was created in 1967 by Noel Ignatiev,[10] an acolyte of Derrick Bell and professor at Harvard’s W.E.B. Du Bois Institute. Ignatiev was a member of the Communist Party USA’s most radical wing, the Provisional Organizing Committee to Reconstitute the Marxist-Leninist Communist Party from 1958–66. The Provisional Organizing Committee was the intellectual forerunner to the Freedom Road Socialist Organization, a vanguard group. Writing under the alias Noel Ignatin, Ignatiev co-authored a Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) pamphlet with fellow radical Ted Allen titled, White Blindspot. In 1992 he co-founded Race Traitor: Journal of the New Abolitionism. Its first issue coined the slogan “Treason to whiteness is loyalty to humanity.” Its stated objective was to “abolish the white race.” More specifically, the New Abolitionist newsletter declared: {{quotebox|The way to abolish the white race is to challenge, disrupt and eventually overturn the institutions and behavior patterns that reproduce the privileges of whiteness, including the schools, job and housing markets, and the criminal justice system. The abolitionists do not limit themselves to socially acceptable means of protest, but reject in advance no means of attaining their goal.[11]

Anti-black racism

In Cuba black people were discriminated against by society. In the first three decades of Communist rule, people who have pointed out this problem or exercised any other critic could expect to be tracked and spied on by the Fidel Castro regime. Che Guevara once said that "The negro, is indolent and lazy, and spends his money on frivolities, whereas the European is forward-looking, organized and intelligent." Only 9% of the members of the Communist Party of Cuba are black.[12]

In 2016, the “Movement for Black Lives,” a Black Lives Matter umbrella organization, released a political platform which consisted of numerous far-Left demands, including socialized medicine, the immediate legalization of prostitution, the immediate pardon of all drug offenses with reparations paid to those convicted of drug offenses, and the restructuring of tax policy to create a “radical and sustainable redistribution of wealth.”[13] While the Occupy Wall Street and Obama riots had failed to bring about a violent Marxist overthrow of the existing social order and governmental system,[14] the same organizers and groups attempted again, this time in a nationwide coordinated effort during the 2020 Leftist insurrection.[15] While justifying violence to achieve "social justice", the movement’s goal is to overthrow the existing society and to replace it with a Marxist one. Many members of the black community would be shocked to learn that the intellectual godfathers of this movement are mostly white Communists, “queers,” and leftist Democrats, intent on making blacks cannon fodder, the shock troops of the coming Marxist revolution.


See also: Left-wing Anti-Semitism

In many countries of the Warsaw Pact, Jews were called "counter-revolutionaires" or "Zionist agents".[16] Also Joseph Stalin stated that "Every Jewish nationalist is the agent of the American intelligence service. Jewish nationalists think that their nation was saved by the USA. . . They think they are indebted to the Americans. Among doctors, there are many Jewish nationalists."[17] Already Karl Marx declared that "Money is the jealous god of Israel, in face of which no other god may exist".

The Democratic Party is becoming increasingly anti-Semitic.[18] Far-left Democrat congresswoman Rashida Tlaib hung a map in her congressional office with a sticky note calling Israel "Palestine."[19] She earlier endorsed the anti-Israel BDS movement.[20] In addition to these anti-Semitic actions, Tlaib also made a bigoted tweet accusing Jewish-Americans of having divided loyalties, an attack frequently made by anti-Semites.[21] In January 2019, Tlaib willingly photographed herself with a Hezbollah-praising activist to also denied Israel's right to exist.[22]

In 2019, the Democratic Party appointed far-left Representative Ilhan Omar – who takes very anti-Israel positions – to the House Foreign Affairs Committee.[23] Later, in August 2019, Omar attacked Israel because of the Palestinian government's decision to ban LGBT activities.[24]

A blatantly anti-Semitic cartoon depicting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a guide dog with a Star of David collar leading a blind President Trump wearing a skullcap. The cartoon accompanied an op-ed published 4/25/19 in the International Edition of the New York Times.[25] The cartoonist had a history of drawing anti-Semitic cartoons.[26][27] If it could not get any worse, the NYT published another anti-Semitic cartoon a few days later.[28]

Many left-wing anti-Semites claim to love Jews while condemning Zionism and Israel, though their comments in relation to Judaism shown otherwise.[29]

In April 2019, The New York Times published an anti-Semitic cartoon depicting President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The cartoonist had a history of drawing anti-Semitic cartoons.[30][31] The American Jewish Committee did not accept the NYT's non-apology.[32] The newspaper only apologized several days later despite having the chance to do so earlier.[33] If it could not get any worse, the NYT published another anti-Semitic cartoon a few days later.[34]

Various anti-Semitic attacks in the U.S. have disproven the left-wing claim that anti-Semitism is only a "right-wing" or "white nationalist" trait.[35]

"[I]n North America," wrote Marx, the "practical domination of Judaism over the Christian world" had achieved what he called "its unambiguous and normal expression."[36] According to Sombart, “what we call Americanism is nothing else, if we may say so, than the Jewish spirit distilled.”[37]

“The anti-American left... is at least as anti-Jewish as the clerical conservative right, especially among those who have embraced a pronounced 'antifascist' and 'antiracist' credo.”[38] "Anti-Americanism in the Islamic world and Anti-Americanism in Europe are in fact linked, and both bear an uncanny resemblance to anti-Semitism."[39]

"America and Jews are seen by many Europeans as paragons of a modernity they dislike and distrust: money-driven, profit-hungry, urban, universalistic, individualistic, mobile, rootless, inauthentic, and thus hostile to established traditions and values."[40] "Jews were blamed for the evils of capitalism in earlier centuries. Americans are blamed for globalization, that is, technological and economic change to the max, in our days."[41] "America today has become the world's market-dominant minority," while "Jews are a market-dominant mionority in the Middle East."[42]

Thus post-unification Germany, observed a journalist in 2005, is marked by "a poisonous cocktail of the three big As: anti-Americanism, anti-Semitism and anti-capitalism."[43] This association of Jews with America was illustrated in 2006, when German Neo-Nazis burned a copy of Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl together with an American flag.

Despite the growth of liberal anti-Semitism, left-wingers who happen to be Jewish have largely ignored anti-Semitism on the Left.[44]

Chinese Communist racism

See also: Chinese Communist Party

China is a Han-dominated occupational force and there are seven countries: Tibet, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Xinjiang which is also East Turkestan, Manchuria, Chengdu, and Zhang Zhung. China has muted reports of protests against the CCP's single party control in all these countries. The main force driving these regions towards revolutions that could split the country is the racial domination of the Han Chinese. The minorities are being attacked aggressively, and Beijing has been trying to flood Han migrants into these regions, such as Tibet.

Identity politics is a big issue in China. Muslim Uyghurs from Xinjiang and Buddhist Tibetans are, for example, resisting attempts at assimilation. Forced Hanification at times results in violent reactions. The Manchu people in Manchuria are also ethnically different from the Han. They are an ethnic minority in China facing domination from the Han Chinese ethnic group.

With the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent aggression, China has put itself in the same situation as the Soviet Union in the 1980s. First the covid 19 pandemic made the world realize the perils of an autocratic communist regime trying to create a new world order for itself. Then Chinese aggression in the South China Sea and the Indian border led to the creation of a new front against China. The United States shifted its focus from Russia to China. The U.S. led NATO also recognized China as the main threat. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the rise of China is fundamentally shifting the global balance of power, multiplying the threats to democratic societies and individual freedoms, and increasing the competition over values and our way of life. He also urged like-minded countries to join the alliance to stand up against bullying and coercion in world affairs.

Racism and minority rights

See also: China and racism

The Internations organization website declares concerning racism in China:

China’s economic investment in a number of African countries may well have helped to create the prejudice that all Africans are poor and profiting from money that should rather be invested at home, thus fostering racism in China. In Guangzhou, where a large number of Africans have settled over the last few years, racial tensions have been particularly high.[45]

Africans and American blacks

Leroy Adams writes in an article entitled What is it like to be Black in China?:

China is a country plagued by racism. To be Black or African in China is to be labeled unintelligent, dangerous, unattractive, or to see an empty seat next to you on a crowded subway.[46]

Barry Sautman published via the Cambridge University Press about racism in post Mao Zedong China:

Expressions of anti-black sentiment by Chinese students have caught the world's attention periodically since the end of the 1970s. Demonstrations against African students in Nanjing and other cities between late 1988 and early 1989 received wide press coverage. Because the African population in China is small and transient, some observers saw these events as a manifestation of a vestigial xenophobia, not as part of a developing trend of thought within a key segment of Chinese society. Placed next to the brutal ethnic conflicts that plague much of the world, the episodic, non-lethal incidents in China seemed evanescent, with only fleeting implications for China's foreign policy.[47]
Detention facilities for minorities used in forced labor.

The Leftwing communist government's response to the coronavirus was to blame foreigners for importing the virus.[48] Black Africans and African Americans were evicted from their apartments and refused service in local shops and restaurants.[49] Those who could leave the socialist paradise ended up living on the streets, constantly harassed by the police.[50]

One of the biggest ways the outbreak of the CCP coronavirus has damaged China's international reputation is by exposing the country's racist attitude toward Africans. Despite the fact that the virus originated in China itself, local governments and people in different parts of the country have been treating Africans like they were the ones responsible for triggering the COVID-19 pandemic. Such an attitude obviously has angered millions of Africans back home.[51]

On April 13, 2020 the U.S. consulate had to issue an alert warning African-Americans to avoid the Guangzhou region since they could be racially targeted. It advised African-Americans in China to always carry their identity documents with them since it is less likely for officials to target an American citizen.

China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian accused the U.S. of trying to drive a wedge between Africa and China, saying that the United States was being neither responsible nor moral. A State Department spokesperson pointed out that the mistreatment meted out to Africans in China is a clear signal of how hollow the China-Africa relationship is despite Beijing constantly masquerading as being a benefactor for African people.[52]

Uyghurs and Muslims

According to various estimates, Xinjiang authorities have detained over 1 million Turkic Muslims, mostly ethnic Uyghurs, and Kazakhs, in “reeducation camps” without formal charges, trials or hearings, and with no timetable for release. Many detainees have little or no contact with their families and, in some cases, young children. Some CCP officials describe the Xinjiang camps as “vocational education institutions” in which “trainees” learn the Chinese language, legal knowledge, and job skills, and undergo “de-extremization.” Other CCP authorities state that detainees are “infected with religious extremism and violent terrorist ideology.” According to some reports, many detainees had engaged in activities that authorities may now deem “extremist,” including participating in religious services outside of officially sanctioned places of worship; home-schooling one’s children; spending time abroad or having relatives living abroad; and expressing religious sentiments.

Many detainees reportedly are compelled to express or chant their love of the Communist Party and President Xi Jinping, sing patriotic songs, renounce or reject many of their religious beliefs and customs, including their avoidance of pork, alcohol, and smoking, and undergo ideological indoctrination and self-criticisms. According to former detainees, treatment and conditions in the camps include beatings, food deprivation, and crowded and unsanitary conditions. Some reeducation centers reportedly contain factories where detainees are forced to work, in some cases producing goods for export.

Recent security measures include the following:

  • Police Presence and Surveillance: Thousands of “convenience” police stations, furnished with antiriot and high-tech surveillance equipment, have been installed.
  • Biometric data collection: Authorities have systematically collected and cataloged DNA samples, blood types, and fingerprints and performed eye scans of Uyghurs for identification purposes as part of its social stability campaign, often under the guise of “health physicals.”
  • Internet and Social Media Controls: Uyghurs in some areas of the XUAR are required to install an application on their mobile phones that enables authorities to monitor their online activities.
  • Home stays: The government has sent an estimated one million officials and state workers from outside the XUAR, mostly ethnic Han, to live temporarily in the homes of Uyghurs to assess their hosts’ loyalty to the Communist Party.[53]

Uyghur forced labor

According to some reports, the CCP has begun to move large numbers of Uyghurs, including many former detainees, into textile, apparel, and other labor-intensive industries in Xinjiang and other PRC provinces. Uyghurs who refuse to accept such employment may be threatened with detention. They continue to be heavily monitored outside of work, and are required to attend political study classes at night. A study by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute identified nearly 120 Chinese and foreign companies, including global brands, that the institute alleges directly or indirectly benefit from Uyghur labor in potentially abusive circumstances.[54]

Uyghurs are working in factories that are in the supply chains of at least 83 well-known global brands in the technology, clothing and automotive sectors, including Apple, BMW, Gap, Huawei, Nike, Inc, Samsung, Sony and Volkswagen. In factories far away from home, they typically live in segregated dormitories, undergo organised Mandarin and ideological training outside working hours, are subject to constant surveillance, and are forbidden from participating in religious observances.[55]


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