I hate Ancoms. They advocate for degeneracy like drugs, pedophilia, porn, and all those kinds of stuff which I extremely hate. I wouldn't call Ancoms real communists. They are just like how I see Liberals, who are stupid and advocate for immorality and degeneracy, both are equally as stupid, same goes to Liberal Leftists, I don't see them as true leftists (Except for Democratic Socialists and those who hate the degeneracy that Liberals usually advocate for)
Yea. Well I don't think Ancoms would advocate for pedophilia (Since CS mentioned that) but their policies or ideology would pretty much lead to that being allowed. Anarchism in general is bad because it expects people to be on their best behavior without the need of a state or police.
I believe that everyone should have their own beliefs. By the way, not all tankies are toxic, that's a complete lie.
I lived in China and when I say something good about it all those anti-china bastards keep calling me a CCP agent and a ch**k. Look who's more toxic in this scenario?
And what do you mean by bigoted? Were you there when my great-grandparents fought in Malaya against corrupt british colonialism which has been starving my maternal side of the family? Do you have any idea what your beloved western free countries like Britain had did to my family and country? Do you have any idea what my elder relatives in China has been through under Chiang Kai Shek's regime? I am not against your ideals but what I hate is that you judge me by not knowing my background.
It's not like I hate South Korea as a whole, I only hate their government. Korean culture are indeed very interesting and I view Koreans like my friends. I have friends from South Korea and they are indeed very nice people.
I view South Korea kinda similar to how I view Japan, I hate the government, but besides that, the people and culture are very good.
Of course, there are some things I don't support Mao on, but in general, I really admire his ideology, which is what had built the solid base of the People's Republic of China, guiding China to a path of industrialization and modernization. I'd say, without Mao, China wouldn't be the superpower it is today. He improved the life expectancy of the Chinese people from 37 to 63/64 years, provided free education and healthcare, transformed China from a war torn country to an industrialized, independent nation, annhiliated the Imperialist precense that has been plaguing china since the opium war, supported the liberation of the third world, destroyed degenerate culture etc.
Of course, Mao had some points that I dislike, like the Great Leap Forward and the Hundred Flowers Movement, but in general, I think he's done too much excess actions and had dedicated too much of his heart into it, which had it's consequences, his intention to make China a superpower in the Great Leap Forward and his intention to listen to criticism in the Hundred Flowers movement to make sure the CCP does a better job is good however. His support for Pol Pot and Sino-Soviet Split is what I dislike about as well.
As for Deng Xiaoping, I like his economic policies for introducing Market Socialism in the nation, which eventually also enhanced the important part of making China a superpower that Mao had built before. The thing is, I dislike him for his suppression of fellow Maoists in Tiananmen Square, his extremely stupid foreign policy for supporting the Khmer Rouge and the Taliban, and eventually paved way to some corruption until it's removed in Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao's era. I don't dislike Deng, unlike Gorbachev because he had kept the corrupt, traitorous, pro-west factions of the CCP in control and had allowed Jiang to boom the Chinese economy.
I don't look and research into Burundi that much, but I know that this is another attempt of the US overthrowing leaders in Africa for simply being independent from their exploitation, like how they did against Allende in Chile, Evo in Bolivia, Gaddafi in Libya and Sankara in Burkina Faso.
Another fun fact, the Uzbek and Turkmen leadership reject Saudi mosques. Saudi Arabia will actually build mosques for free in countries, but the ctach is that the mosque must have a Saudi imam. These imams are often known for spreading whabbism and salafism which cuase the region to be more unstable. Saudi Arabia constructed one of the largest mosques in Pakistan, which helped fuel more radicalism in Pakistan.
I know what Hezbollah is, but even though I support their actions in supporting Assad, I don't really support them since they are Islamist. This is also another reason why I don't support Iran as much as I support Syria.