Wolfman wrote:Not that matters, I've contradicted Marx therefor I'm wrong.
Since you interpreting Marx and his works, it simply follows that you are wrong if you have contradicted him...
Wandering the information superhighway, he came upon the last refuge of civilization, PoFo, the only forum on the internet ...
ozone wrote:There are zealous Marxists who "pray unceasingly". My father is one, an NPA. He even organized a movement to establish the first and only church in our village. He solicited funds to build it. Jose Maria Sison prays "unceasingly" among others like Luis Jalandoni, chairman of NDF and a registered Catholic priest.
ozone wrote:I believe Marxists stand nothing to lose if they pay lip service to Hegelian "spiritualism
ozone wrote:It is common knowledge that some of the masses are alienated with dialectical atheism. I too would invite the Pope to the PHilippines like what the good Fidel Castro did if I become Chairman of the CPP-NPA as a gesture of Hegelian religious freedom and democracy. Why would I impose atheism which Marx incites in some of his basic writings. Hegelian thought can co-exist side by side with Marxism. Hegel was neither pro-capitalist nor anti-communist
Ozone wrote:If you stubbornly resist blending Hegelian thought with dialectical materialism and historical materialism leaving the good one in place and discarding the bad ones, then I cannot do anything. Fidel Castro acknowledged such blending by inviting the Pope to Cuba in the 1990s. What do you think was he thinking? Why do you think he did that? This is my last post in this thread. We're getting nowhere with your redundant questions.
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