I consider Maoism to be the Eastern world’s version of Nazism (with ordinary Marxism-Leninism being more like Eastern fascism). But the Maoist critique of international relations, both geopolitically and socioeconomically, is correct. I could almost be an “anarcho-Maoist,” lol. In fact, I generally agree with the geopolitical analysis […]
One thing that Marxist-Leninist fundamentalist Jason Unruhe regrettably ignores in this commentary is that Christian evangelicals tend to be disproportionately concentrated among the poor and working-class (including both whites and minorities) and are therefore the people most likely to be in “essential jobs” and less able to practice […]
An interesting take on First World/bourgeois identity politics. This is more or less my long-held position on these questions as well.
This is from late 2015 but still very succinct given the current buildup to next year’s election.
Alt-Right leader Richard Spencer debates Marxist-Leninist-Maoist-Third Worldist Jason Unruhe.