Are leaders of Communist Nations summoning up sufficient faith to ensure their citizens can win in a general economy?
|Vol 1 No. 4
September 13, 2017
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Question: Why do you mention that a Communist Leader summons up faith?
Answer: Many world religious-states will try to prove that a person can summon up faith only if they worship according to that state’s religious precepts and laws. Otherwise these people are committing vile acts of heresy and subject to persecution and death. A common argument is to first test if a person summons up faith per precepts and laws of a ruling religion. If not then brand that person as interfering with worshipping. Then summon up worshippers to defeat that person. And tell worshippers they will have to defeat all the supporters of that vile person. And then say that if a worshipper crosses over to that other vile side, that worshipper must also be killed.
This allows religious leaders to act in an excessive manner. They can point at people who chastize them, and say ‘kill these vile people’
These arguments can go even further. If a person is suspected of interfering with worshipping they too can be persecuted. This has led to many laws enacted against female liberties. A so-called liberated female, even some types of music, could distract thoughts of worshipping while walking on the street. Though females who enact their religious precepts are often honored and placed at a forefront to propagate a State’s ruling religion.
Religious States will even have precepts for its banking industry. In Iran, its Islamic banking industry represents a global, technologically advanced, industry that is protected by its religious ruling leaders. These types of laws make it difficult to separate Church from State.
These are reasons that the US Constitution keeps Church separate from State. And at one time, USA’s federal legal system did not protect a female’s right to vote. This leads to a fierce front line of voting for political parties that will represent a person’s right to vote for their desires. Recently the USA had issues with allowing females into the military.
In the USA, generation after generation, there are groups that try to break down a separation between Church and State.
Giving this context we can say that a Communist Leader can summon up faith to win.
Question: Why do you say ‘win in a general economy’?
Answer: In a Communist regime, like North Korea and China, their Military is separate from their State. Its military have their own laws, courts, jails, hierarchies, schools and social structure, separate from the State. Because of this separation, Communist Leaders can successfully manage their military/industrial complexes. A Communist Leader is at the head of a military. This military manages a military/industrial complex.
When a Communist Leader like Kim Jong-un, of North Korea, tries to manage a general economy, they face an enormous bureaucracy of their own party. Kim Jong-un faces communist leaders at regional, local, town, even sub town sections. These leaders are all eager to prove that they are true Communists. They are eager to point a finger at any citizen who violates communist tenets. This is a very difficult group to manage. This leads to supermarkets having shelves without food supplies.
The Soviet Union proved that under Communist party rule, managing a general economy does not become successful.
When Russia emerged from the Soviet Union, doing business in Russia, with a bureaucracy trained by a Soviet Union, was described as doing business in the Wild West. Business decisions did not have a consistency. When circumstances changed, or different groups became involved, business decisions could be overturned.
China had to resort to opening up international business zones, to separate these zones from their Communist parties. This allowed a general economy in China, to become stronger. In China, these zones are successful. China initially learned about benefits of industrial zones from factories in China, working for Hong Kong based conglomorates. At that time, Hong Kong was a British Colony. Though China now has issues with managing their business zones. Business leaders when they complain, find the Communist bureaucracy an enormous obstacle. When a Chinese government tries to enforce rules and regulations to keep business zones in check, prevent monopolies, keep welfare nets for their employees….a wild west of communist officials come into play. In China, death sentences are applied to a variety of offenses.
Though we must remember why these Communist states came into existence. Their nation’s citizens had been subject to cruel and extreme hardships enforced by royal and religious rulers. With royal and religious leaders, one generation can be benevolent and another generation cruel and excessive. And we remember that Communist China removed a religious state from Tibet, giving its citizens relief from religious persecution.
Question: Why is the world finding it difficult to steer Kim Jong-un in North Korea away from focusing on managing a Military/Industrial Complex?
Answer: China understands the problems of North Korea. So does President Putin of Russia. President Putin was a KGB colonel, involved in managing a Soviet Union military/industrial complex. He has faced similar problems. China and President Putin must decide to severely chastise one of their own.
A Marxist, on a front line of life, worships Cause and Effect as separate events. Enacting this separation is felt as discord, and tiredness. A soldier, on a front line of life, enacts Cause and Effect as ‘Simultaneous’ events. A soldier’s life has provided proof to President Kim Jong-un that he can manage, successfully, through the Military, vast Military/Industrial complexes. In international business zones and Capitalism, even advertising has to handle cause and effect as simultaneous events. In a fight against Marxism, Capitalism had to become more socially responsible and increase their capacity to share.