Government of the people, by the people, for the people



THE CONCEPT OF THE REPUBLIC, SOCIALISM, COMMUNISM, MAOISM, THE SOVIET UNION & CHINA


The Republic (Greek: Πολιτεία, translit. Politeia; Latin: De Republica, Persian; جمهوری) is a Greek Concept, in the Socratic dialogue, authored by Plato around 375 BC, concerning justice (δικαιοσύνη), the order and character of the just city-state, and the just man and the concept of the republic is discussed.

It is Plato's best-known work, and has proven to be one of the world's most influential works of philosophy and political theory, both intellectually and historically.

In the dialogue, Socrates talks with various Athenians and foreigners about the meaning of justice and whether the just man is happier than the unjust man. They consider the natures of existing regimes and then propose a series of different, hypothetical cities in comparison, culminating in Kallipolis (Καλλίπολις), a utopian city-state ruled by a philosopher-king.

They also discuss the theory of forms, the immortality of the soul, and the role of the philosopher and of poetry in society which is every true sense of the word is the equivalent of Cultural Re-Education or the same as Cultural Revolutions which have been occurring when Republics have been established.





This type of cultural re-appropriation and cultural revolutions have occurred time and time again after the French Revolution and the establishment of Bohemian culture, it can also be seen in the Soviet Republics of the USSR, in the People’s Republic of China, etc.





These Cultural Revolutions all come with a complete and total dissolution and purging of the established (“National Identities”) in the victim countries. In every single instance where these Great Proletarian Cultural Revolutions have occurred, National Identities and the very soul of the nations have been slaughtered, often violently through mass executions and forced labor and\or exile of well-established cultural icons and people in revolutionary frenzy and fervor destroying culture in the name of ideology by labelling cultural personalities as bourgeoisie or corruptors of the preliterate.





These Revolutions are often initiated and idealized with idealist ideologies and utopian belief systems that are then never realized, in fact all such revolutions in almost every system, culture and country have resulted in a total deviation and corruption of the original ideologies and ideas that initiated and resulted in such revolutions resulting in uncanny tyranny and dictatorships.

For all intents and purposes the above book along with all other western and eastern schools of thought as mentioned in other parts of this website in my opinion should be viewed in a very suspicious light. Many times have certain philosophers and schools of thought been propped up and made to be examples of for other people to follow and be misled.

The concept of the Republic is a failed concept that didn’t even work where it was originally conceived. Greece also established a Monarchy and the very concept of the Republic was abandoned.

THE GREEK ROYAL FAMILY





King Konstantine II of Greece (1964- 1973)

King Konstantine-os, along with his family under the cover of night, were forced to flee Greece on Dec 13th, 1967, this followed after a counter coup against the then American sanctioned Junta, which led to failure. His abolition was finalized by Greek Republic Referendum in 1974. Konstantine’s exile has held 46 years, living then in the Hampstead suburb of London.

He was first allowed to visit Greece in 1981, for only a few hours to attend the burial of his mother Queen Frederica.





Pictured above are the graves of King Paul and Queen Frederica. The Tatois.

In 1992, he ceded most of his property to The Hellenic Republic (Greece) in exchange for the family’s summer palace Tatoi, near Athens.





Pictured above is The Tatois summer palace Athens, Greece.

In 1993, he again visited Greece, but was not well received because of the insecurities of the socialist leaning government, he was asked to leave.

Greek public opinion was split down the middle, Monarchists looked forward to his return, others held on to the sins of the past. Angry that he fled his country and didn’t take a stronger hand in dealing with the Junta!

In 1994, under the government of Andreas Papandreou, he was stripped of his property and Greek citizenship.





Pictured above is the 10,000 acre estate The Tatois.

Although Konstantine is of Bavarian and Danish descent, the House of Glücksburg, he is the first of the modern of Greek Kings to be born on Greek soil.

His grandfather was the late King Christian IX of Denmark.

In his passport he is identified as Konstantine ‘former King of the Hellenes’ (which is a sore point with many Greeks).

His sister Sophia the Princess of Greece married King Juan Carlos of Spain, becoming the Queen of Spain.

In 2001 during the beginning of the Greek financial crisis, King Konstantine began preparations for his move back to Greece, much to his advantage because of the low prices in real-estate.

In 2004, he again returned to Greece as a representative of the IOC, during the Greek Olympics 2004.

He had won the Olympic gold medal in 1960 Rome Olympic games at the age of 20 in sailing, representing Greece.

Greece has a big communist party and socialist movement.



Communist Party of Greece
Κομμουνιστικό Κόμμα Ελλάδας



Flag of the Anarchist Movement (Worldwide)


Flag of the Khmer Rouge (Cambodia)


The epitome of this rule of the people by the people can be seen in the Anarchist utopian belief system that no government should exist. Such example of this system was established by the Khmer Rouge in the Kingdom of Cambodia, which then declared Year Zero and slaughtered all musicians and major cultural icons and personalities completely and utterly destroying the Cambodian culture, music and arts and killing millions of people in the killing fields of Cambodia after disbanding cities and bourgeoisie (a French word for the Middle Class) lifestyles which were banned by Khmer Rouge.

This was done in addition to the complete dismantling of the very fabric of Cambodian society. Having visited Cambodia, I personally met with people who longed for their culture and music and could not even smile due to the atrocities they had witnessed over the years.

Such is the nature of the republic. For the very term republic comprises of the words (RE) which means to REDO and PUBLIC which means to REDO SOCIETY, this is what is the result of all such revolutions. Also in addition to this re-education and re-publicizing of society comes the eventual collapse of society in every sense of the word.





Ideology can never replace a nations rich culture which is gained through years and years of humanitarian research knowledge and hard work defining the very soul of a nation and identity of a people. Through the destructive nature of revolutions, one’s society and country faces upheavals and utter destruction that is caused by the very nature of the revolution that seeks to destroy the status-quo.

This destruction is then furthered to encompass all religious thoughts found to be contrary to the supreme rule and ideologies of the people, thus reducing religious order and belief in the Supreme God to belief in the individual and party leaders.

This system as mentioned above which establishes the Greek ideology of a philosopher-king ruling over a utopian system is a Greek methodology on how to become God that is based on Greek God mythology.

In essence the very principles of the republic go against nature and God, for even in nature we can see that everything has a hierarchical structure and even the smallest insects have Queens\Kings and even the largest animals have Lions\Lionesses which are known to be the Kings & Queens of the Jungle and animal kingdom.

However in society, regardless of where we find ourselves, one should always respect the rule of public consciousness, public opinion and rule of law, regardless if one believes in it or not for that is which construes and are the very foundations of a democracy, which is a completely different topic altogether.

As for us Royals, it is also important to note that even though Communism and it's derivatives, including Socialism might be considered the enemy, it's important to respect and sympathize with the People's various freedom driven and inspired movements, specially when it's in direct confrontation with evil such as Tyranny, Fascism, etc. even though in every single instance where there was a revolution, all revolutionary ideals were soon afterwards lost, the revolutions de-railed and society was followed by dictatorship. Usually with slogans of "Onwards to Victory!".

THE CCCP

Below is my collection of Soviet Union memoribilia.





Flag of the USSR (CCCP). The design is a solid field of red adorned with a unique gold emblem in the upper hoist quarter. The red flag was a traditional revolutionary symbol long before 1917, and its incorporation into the flag paid tribute to the international aspect of workers' revolution. The iconic hammer and sickle design was a modern industrial touch adopted from the Russian Revolution.

The union of the hammer (workers) and the sickle (peasants) represents the victorious and enduring revolutionary alliance between the two classes. The famous emblem is topped by a gold-bordered red star representing the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

The flag of the Soviet Union consisted of a plain red flag with a gold hammer crossed with a gold sickle placed beneath a gold-bordered red star. This symbol is in the upper left canton of the red flag. The colour red honours the red flag of the Paris Commune of 1871 and the red star and hammer and sickle are symbols of communism and socialism.

The Paris Commune (French: Commune de Paris, pronounced [kɔmyn də paʁi]) was a radical socialist, anti-religious, and revolutionary government that ruled Paris from 18 March to 28 May 1871, Communists, left-wing socialists, anarchists, and others have seen the Commune as a model for, or a prefiguration of, a liberated society, with a political system based on participatory democracy from the grassroots up.

Marx and Engels, Bakunin, and later Lenin, tried to draw major theoretical lessons (in particular as regards the "dictatorship of the proletariat" and the "withering away of the state") from the limited experience of the Commune. Till this day various communes exist around the world, including Beatnik Communes, Hippie Communes, Bohemian Communes, etc. with communal style living and liberal belief system, etc.

The hammer symbolises urban industrial workers while the sickle symbolises agricultural workers (peasants)—who together, as the Proletarian class, form the state. The red star represents the Communist Party, and its position over the hammer and sickle symbolises its leading role in socialist society to unify and enlighten the workers and peasants in the building of communism.








Flag of the Soviet Republics.
"GLORY SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS!"

Second Inscription on the Flag:
"UNDER THE BANNER OF MARXISM - LENINISM, UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY ONWARD TO VICTORY OF COMMUNISM"








Naval Ensign of the Soviet Union's Navy.
These belonged to an actual Soviet Submarine, front (large) and back (small).





Naval Jack of the USSR (CCCP).




Hat with various Soviet pins.





The Persian communist movement is older than the Russian Communist Party and was born among Persian immigrant workers in the Baku oilfields. During World War I the more radical members of the party formed a clandestine organization, Ferqa-ye ʿadālat (Justice party), which devoted its efforts to agitation against the “imperialist” war. Some even have Maoist tendencies which is a Peasant driven movement in comparison to Leninist-Marxist movements which are worker driven movements.

After the complete execution of the entire Imperial Russian Romanav family by Lenin and the fall of the Russian Tzar, ʿAdālat joined forces with Bolshevik organizations in the Caucasus, recruiting Persian workers and other immigrants to join in the Russian civil war against the Whites. Its program included fighting Czarism, “the principal enemy of the Iranian people”; extending the revolutionary movement to Persia; and “avenging the usurpation of the Constitution” by the Persian ruling class.

The history of the communist movement in Iran dates back to the late 19th century, when Marxism first became introduced to the nation's intellectual and working classes as a result of the rapid growth of industry and the subsequent transformation of the country's economy from a feudalistic system into a capitalistic one. Being close to the Soviet Union and the Caucasus, northern Iran became the primary center of underground Marxist and social democrat political activity, and many such groups came into being over the years.

کمونیست، یعنی خدا نیست

Communism Means, No God

مذهب افیون توده هاست - کارل مارکس

Religion is the Opiate of the Masses. -Karl Marx

In Reality Commun-ism, is just another "Ism" in the "Schism" of "Imperial-ism".

A "schism" is a division between people, usually belonging to an organization, movement, or religious denomination. The word is most frequently applied to a split in what had previously been a single religious body, such as the East–West Schism or the Great Western Schism.