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Thursday, July 01, 2010

How does a revolutionary prospect replace capitalism without modification to the theories of Marxism, Leninism and Maoism in the world?

By Ayub Mohammed

In all ancient civilizations, the expeditions of the kings with army contingents and supply for winning the other's territories were the main activity of the kings who want to survive in their kingdoms as well as feeding the mighty warrior class (under their conditions) for some years together in this kind of business.
This tendency was in continuation from the ancient kingdoms of the Ethiopians, Egyptians, Babylonians, Israelis, Greeks, Romans, Asians, Indians, Acadians, Romans, Europeans, British, Germans, Italians, Russians and Americans. This kind of winning territories of others could be treated as royal sport from ancient period to the present invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan, on different names and on different justifications as a usual activity of the kings from the time of human settlements in the river areas of African, Iraq, and Egyptian, Israeli and Indus civilizations through the little or strong contingent of army what we name to it army of the kings engaged in expeditions and making his army men to settle there in the local populations in their every expedition.
And it is the common rule for all those who are and were in such posts or in such positions to fulfill the needs of the people of the specified territories in the world. No state is exempted in its earliest ancient history. But after World War 2 Two states were in such play of winning territories in the presence of their forces by elevating the local and comfortable leader as a king' during the cold war times. The royal or capitalist or the slave state's role in state and as its affair was and it to wage war for its people basing upon its resources and its needs. It means it is wrong to say that the capitalist societies are and were only waged wars against the other poor and weak states in the history of the past.

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