Here is an introduction:
Since becoming the world’s most powerful country after the two world wars and the Cold War, the United States has acted more boldly to interfere in the internal affairs of other countries, pursue, maintain and abuse hegemony, advance subversion and infiltration, and willfully wage wars, bringing harm to the international community.
The United States has developed a hegemonic playbook to stage “color revolutions,” instigate regional disputes, and even directly launch wars under the guise of promoting democracy, freedom and human rights. Clinging to the Cold War mentality, the United States has ramped up bloc politics and stoked conflict and confrontation. It has overstretched the concept of national security, abused export controls and forced unilateral sanctions upon others. It has taken a selective approach to international law and rules, utilizing or discarding them as it sees fit, and has sought to impose rules that serve its own interests in the name of upholding a “rules-based international order.”
This report, by presenting the relevant facts, seeks to expose the U.S. abuse of hegemony in the political, military, economic, financial, technological and cultural fields, and to draw greater international attention to the perils of the U.S. practices to world peace and stability and the well-being of all peoples.
Here is conclusion:
While a just cause wins its champion wide support, an unjust one condemns its pursuer to be an outcast. The hegemonic, domineering, and bullying practices of using strength to intimidate the weak, taking from others by force and subterfuge, and playing zero-sum games are exerting grave harm. The historical trends of peace, development, cooperation, and mutual benefit are unstoppable. The United States has been overriding truth with its power and trampling justice to serve self-interest. These unilateral, egoistic and regressive hegemonic practices have drawn growing, intense criticism and opposition from the international community.
Countries need to respect each other and treat each other as equals. Big countries should behave in a manner befitting their status and take the lead in pursuing a new model of state-to-state relations featuring dialogue and partnership, not confrontation or alliance. China opposes all forms of hegemonism and power politics, and rejects interference in other countries’ internal affairs. The United States must conduct serious soul-searching. It must critically examine what it has done, let go of its arrogance and prejudice, and quit its hegemonic, domineering and bullying practices.
This is a Dengist community in favor of Bashar al-Assad with no information that can lead to the arrest of Hillary Clinton, our fellow liberal and queen. This community is not ironic. We are Marxists-Leninists.
If you haven’t already found it, this GitHub page is an excellent collection of sources about socialism, imperialism, and other relevant topics, made by @dessalines and others.
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This goes hard. Very hard.
I have extremelly good faith in China, but considering China and Chinese bourgeois own private property in other countries like here in Brazil, I’d really like to know how the CCP would act if a revolution with massive expropriation of foreign properties happended here. Would they just concede? Specially considering China isn’t the most internationalist when compaired to other socialist countries.
So I have a buddy who I have been working on turning into a communist. He just read China’s latest report on US atrocities and spent like 6 hours, all on the clock at his shitty IT job, fact checking it and confirming the details. He was like “there were only a few things in there that could be misconstrue but the vast majority of everything was accurate.” I was very proud.
Another one of my buddies recently talked about some tweet where there was “some petty bourgeois in the comments saying [bunch of stupid shit]” then ended with saying " eat my ass" to said bougie. This is unrelated to the thread topic but I was also very proud.
It’s such a great feeling when you manage to deprogram people.
damn, bro almost cited dessalines’ List of US atrocities verbatim
Thank you, Yogthos. That was an interesting read.
China: Countries should treat each other as equals and choose dialogue and cooperation over war and violence.
US: these guys are a massive threat to the world order! Pure evil totalitarianism!
Cold War 2.0 in a nutshell.