People's Daily: The Communist Party of Istkalen endorses the CPCS
The Communist Party of Istkalen, in recent weeks, has become worried about the conditions prevailing in Czech Slavia, as well as in the Socialist Republican Party there. We of course understand the need and necessity of pursuing and consolidating socialism per the material conditions existing in one's country, rather than following strict dogmas - for example, in our development of our theory of "Socialism with Istkalener Characteristics," we have done so heavily, for the material conditions in Istkalen, which allow the landed peasant and the artisan continued security, due to prevailing societal structures and beliefs, in spite of industrialization, greatly differ from those existing in the West. However, we feel that the Socialist Republican Party is deviating from this necessity and has instead become a client-party of the bourgeoisie in Inquista.
Let it be clear, the Communist Party of Istkalen does not take issue with the liberalization ongoing in the country, as we recognize it as a critical part of developing and consolidating socialism in the country against international forces. However, it is the way that this liberalization has occurred that we take issue with. Rather than complementing socialism, it instead appears to be developing a form of capitalism in the country that is placing it under the demands of the Inquistan bourgeoisie.
Per the reports of shortages yesterday, it appears that the state is orienting itself towards, rather than developing the socialist community and society, the service of Inquista, supplying the goods and capital that its bourgeosie requires. It has allowed the labor of the people in Czech Slavia to again be made the capital of elites; rather than abolishing the remains of capitalism, which we recognize can be done through the maintenance of a free market system, to an extent, it appears to be redeveloping them.
We see, for example, that the government, rather than addressing the legitimate complaints of the people, instead tells them, quite bluntly, to shut up and be grateful. This is not the correct behavior to be expected of a people's democracy; it approaches that of the capitalist state, where the starving masses are told that they are free and should be grateful that the state is protecting their so-called freedom. There also appears to have been unhealthy glorification of the country's leader. Certainly, the revolution must be united; but not around a leader. We work for a day when class and leader no longer exist, not for one where both are deeply entrenched.
We also see this on the cultural front, where there has been a disgusting trend towards infantilizing the proletariat. The workers' culture must be well developed, not weakened to the point where it is indistinguishable from the scribblings of a child. To do this is to reveal one's true intentions and class, for it shows that one regards the workers as lowly and unintelligent - people that must be led and who cannot be trusted to form the new society. Also to be commented on is the decadent debauchery that continuously goes on in the ministries on Czech Slavia, which is disgusting and shows deviation from the socialist movement.
We thus find ourselves in agreement with the current Communist Party of Czech Slavia, led by Josef Hrzal. The Socialist Republican Party of Czech Slavia is evidently no longer serving the people, and certainly not socialist or Marxist by any definition of the two. It is a client-party for Inquista, which functions as to serve its bourgeoisie and to reverse the great advances made in Czech Slavia towards the abolition of capitalism. Its rhetoric serves to uphold the continued presence of class and state; some approaches the idea of class-collaborationism, with their glorification of the liberal democracy and their apparent refusal to acknowledge it for what it truly is.
The revolution in the Czech lands must continue. While it cannot be held to ridiculous dogmas, it must work to abolish the capitalistic system. We see only the Communist Party of Czech Slavia as recognizing this fact, and thus as the only competent body capable of continuing the revolution there. However, we dearly hope that the Socialist Republican Party, presently filled with capitalist roaders, realizes its errors and corrects itself.