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retiredaccount wrote

Being an effective military leader requires one to kill without hesitation or conscience, as well as handing out corporal punishment to ones own soldiers.

Not at all. Nestor Makhno was able to lead; the only direct punishment he ever granted was to the worst of scum, those who hurt civilians and lead pogroms but for the mostpart the army was run with only minimal discipline and maximum horizontal organization, with Makhno's role being only the strategy being implemented on a large scale, with everything else being on a smaller scale lead by many, many officers and their own divisions and brigades and such, all effective themselves. Being an effective commander doesn't require any of that except the will to kill without hesitation; and I am willing to say there is no need to hesitate. Makhno, who's writings I have read many times, had both strong morals and a conscience that held him hard. He found no reason not to kill the foreign imperialists of the Germans, the racist forces of Deniikin, or the Free Cossacks known for themselves implementing pogroms routinely. And I can't imagine a reason not to either, my own conscience and morals tell me they are just as scum as they sound.

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retiredaccount wrote

“the man who leads planet Earth into communism.”

Glad to see that went well. I sure do love my communism, lead by... one man.

Red Guards laid siege to the Soviet, French and Indonesian embassies, torched the Mongolian ambassador’s car and hung a sign outside the British mission that read: “Crush British Imperialism!” One night, in late August, diplomats were forced to flee from the British embassy as it was ransacked and burned. Outside protesters chanted: “Kill! Kill!”.

...I mean, I guess I can't criticize that part, at least.

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retiredaccount wrote (edited )

And the Hopi partake in a ritual where they sew baby eagle eyes shut and tie their necks together for 90 days, in a way to gather feathers for their headpieces.

European settlers partake in a ritual where they round up thousands of cows into one room for six months, then punch holes in their heads in a way to gather meat for their restaurants.

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retiredaccount wrote

So, first off, that quote is both wrong in that you've quoted it incorrectly and the actual source is the US describing Hitler.

His primary rules were: never allow the public to cool off; never admit a fault or wrong; never concede that there may be some good in your enemy; never leave room for alternatives; never accept blame; concentrate on one enemy at a time and blame him for everything that goes wrong; people will believe a big lie sooner than a little one; and if you repeat it frequently enough people will sooner or later believe it.

I'd have to say that sounds a lot more like Trump yelling about the boogeymen of migrants moreso than it does /u/ziq. Perhaps you should take a few seconds to review your facts before presenting alternative ones.

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retiredaccount wrote

What happened was some people didn't work, people went hungry and harvested crop before it was ripe, people didn't share, etc. and at the end of the season there wasn't enough food for everyone.

Natives did that quite alright. Sounds to me like the 'European culture' everyone like you loves was the issue.

Even in Native American culture land has been an issue. Animals tend to move, migrate, and what not so what happens when the herd is in enemy territory or there's no animals around?

Most native tribes outside of the more established 'territorial' ones like the Pueblo or Haudenasaunee were migratory themselves, so that would be a moot point, no? There's no 'enemy territory', there's only Turtle Island.

Do you stay put or find a new spot?

Refer to above.