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Vladimir Lenin created this hugely высшая стадия eBook #10003 significant Marxist text to explain fully the inevitable flaws and destructive power of Capitalism that it would lead unavoidably to imperialism monopolies and colonialism He prophesied that those third world countries used mere I like the book but it reminds me of a story I used to teach talented students at Hunter college and one of them a Russian girl wrote a book report on this for her political science class She sought to show how pro American she was by criticizing all of Lenin s assumptions and did a respectable job Little did she know that her Marxist professors at Hunter would be horrified by her analysis Her professor wrote in the margins to her paper Can t you see Lenin was right

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Империализм как высшая стадия капитализма

Ly as capitalist labour would have no choice but to join the Communist revolution in Russia GREAT IDEAS Throughout history some Империализм как eBook #218 books have changed the world They have transformed the way we see ourselves and each other They have inspired debate dissent war and Inside the thicket of familiar Communist polemic are some thought provoking and still relevant insightsIn the 1990s I used to read The Globe and Mail and one of my favorite contributors was Donald Coxe who had a column in the business section Coxe is an investment analyst and he manages one or mutual funds of his own Recently I was reading an interview with him on BullionVaultcom a British website devoted to buying and selling gold and in the course of it he mentioned this book by Lenin praising it as a brilliant analysis of how the business machinations of the European powers led to World War I Intrigued by this recommendation from a capitalist I respected I took the plunge and bought my own copy of Lenin s ImperialismNow I ve read it and while I think that Mr Coxe overstated the uality of this book I did find some valuable ideas in itFirst the negatives this is a Communist tract that is mainly preaching to the converted It is filled with the typical rhetorical clutter of name calling sarcasm and ad hominem jabs all of which severely impair the seeming objectivity and credibility of the author He spends much time excoriating other Marxist authors for their perversion of Marx s doctrines And it doesn t help that Lenin himself went on to become a dictator and a tyrantAllowing for all of that I found the book to be of definite interest For one thing Lenin is comfortable with facts and figures and he presents a number of short tables showing the growth of industrial and then banking monopolies and cartels in 19th century Europe and America He observes how the frenzy of colonial land grabs of the late 19th century followed hard on these developments and he infers a causal connection The original capitalism of free trade which had made England so rich had evolved to a later stage of monopolistic capitalism in which competition has given way to coercion He gives plenty of persuasive evidence of the predatory and anticompetitive behavior of the cartels in steel railroads oil and electricity to name a few The tycoons at the top divided the world into fixed territories and set the prices If competitors appeared they were bought out or crushedProfits are bigger if you control the cost of raw materials yourself this is achieved by capturing the territory where they re produced This is where a national element enters for the cartels of different countries don t necessarily play nicely with each other their agreements can collapse The cartels of each country drive their country s colonial agenda Lenin shows how Earth was completely parceled into colonies in the second half of the 19th century And since World War I led to a big realignment of these one has to wonder what role colonial competition played in that ferocious conflictIn the last century most colonies have achieved nominal independence But war remains a big business Why exactly is it that one country one possessing vast resource wealth is invaded to seize its nonexistent weapons of mass destruction while another country one possessing no resource wealth is left alone despite actually possessing such weapons I m speaking of Ira and North Korea but other examples come to mindWar is justified to credulous voters in terms of ideology security or even emotional slights but its real business appears to be what it has always been the seizure of assets by forceV I Lenin saw this 100 years ago He thought that Marxism was the cure Apparently it isn t So the disease rages onThe ancient dictum still applies cui bono who benefits Or in the words of the Watergate source Deep Throat follow the money Lenin followed the money but neither he nor anyone else has been able to do much about it

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Revolution They have enlightened outraged provoked and comforted They have enriched lives and destroyed them Now Penguin brings you the works of the great thinkers pioneers radicals and visionaries whose ideas shook civilization and helped make как высшая стадия ePUB #180 us who we are First I need to rant a littleDear Lenin I am against the state I am against imperialism militarism colonialism statism I am against interventionism discriminationpositive and negative of economic agents by the state that breeds long standing cartels and monopolies I am for a free market for liberty and for private property My position can be described and falls into the category of libertarianism a position you never thought about and you may consider absurd But my position althrough I do not hold the pretension of absolute truth or of covering all possible nuances of human activity and morality my position is way consistent and moral then yours This book has big propaganda and rhetorical value but it is a abuse and total lack of economic knowledge Firstly Lenin dose not bother to make a distinction between real capitalism and crony capitalism His definition and usage of the term capital unveils his illiteracy in economics Thus he throws statistics after statistics in witch he dose not take into consideration inflation and the money supply over the years Capital for him in marxist tradition is just a monetary abstraction that just regenerates and generates new capital noting to itHis rhetoric on monopoly is a smart one But I fail to understand what is his definition of monopoly The possible phenomenon that may occur under capitalism are exaggerated and misunderstood to serve his purpose the advance of his theory on the inevitable progress of free market capitalism to imperialism Yet he dose not consider the help the state has gave to those firms That is crony And if monopoly is bad for him Dose he realize that a socialist super state monopoly is the worst possible Yes monopoly and cartels form under capitalism But they also dissolve under true capitalism The concentration of capital also leads to the flooding with consumer goods for the population witch Lenin skilfully ignores Yes as competition diminishes the flooding of the masses with consumer goods is reduced but even a monopoly in shoes wants to sell shoes to all people and wants all people to be able to buy shoes The argument of the hiding and stockpiling of consumer goods for speculation is again silly Yes the phenomenon of speculation is real but a firm can not speculate by stockpiling in the event of a future major shortage and in the same time produce at the same level and pay wages It is an impossibility and another example of the exaggerations marxist employ to demonize capitalism Speculation on the scale for the scope and in such a class conspiracy manner as marxist dreams never happensHis chapter on the banks is pure stupidity You can not speak of bancking without mentioning fractional reserve banking His figures of the asset of banks is irrelevant when you clearly do not know about monetary expansion by private and central banks The chapters on imperialism statism and militarism may be worth but it is poisoned with his attempt to put those ill tendencies of states as attributes of capitalism Everything wrong is because capitalism What a stupid and dangerous simplification of evil What about the evil within you Lenin


10 thoughts on “Империализм как высшая стадия капитализма

  1. says:

    If you think Ultraimperialism exists i feel bad for you son Capitalism's got stages and imperialism's the highest one

  2. says:

    This is the second book I’ve read by Lenin This one’s short invective and theoretically sweet Could a Marxist ask for In this book Lenin is exploring the contradictions inherent in 18th century capitalism and the resolution capitalism seeks within its own structures to resolve the contradiction or the negation of the negation – whic

  3. says:

    I like the book but it reminds me of a story I used to teach talented students at Hunter college and one of them a Russian girl wrote a book report on this for her political science class She sought to show how pro American

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    The Essentials The economics of Imperialisma Monopoly Capitalism stage of concentrated production reached in late 19th century as it dominates profitability efficiency resilience during capitalist crises while controlprofit remains private Petty bourgeoisie want to return to “free competition” while “Tens of thousands of huge enterprise

  5. says:

    Why isn't this book present in high school curriculums It clearly explains what the present system is and how its going to end up Self destruction wars and depletion of natural resources And for what so a few parasites can derive imaginary wealth Indeed human being claims to have bigger brain yet not that different from a yeast

  6. says:

    Inside the thicket of familiar Communist polemic are some thought provoking and still relevant insightsIn the 1990s I used to read The Globe and Mail and one of my favorite contributors was Donald Coxe who had a column in the business section Coxe is an investment analyst and he manages one or mutual funds of his own Recently I was reading an interview with him on BullionVaultcom a British website devoted to b

  7. says:

    Damn near propheticImperialism reads like Vladimir Lenin’s attempt to write a sort of addendum or update to Marx’s Das Kapital To provide a materialist statistically derived examination of the ways capitalism changed between the time of Marx up to the first world warThat sounds like a dry theoretical project but what Lenin achieves here is almost scary This book is possibly the first coherent statement about the natu

  8. says:

    Hauntingly accurate in its predictions of finance capital Eerily prescient of the 2008 bank bailouts and America's overseas adventurism during the last 110 years Lenin does a fine job of highlighting the inherent flaws and contradictions of capitalism and how monopolies and imperialism hurt us all especially the peoples of abused territories Many references to economists and historians I am unfortunately unfamiliar wit

  9. says:

    First I need to rant a littleDear Lenin I am against the state; I am against imperialism militarism colonialism statism; I am against interven

  10. says:

    Incredible work about how capitalism made its own contradictions due to free market giving as conseuence a new stage of economy Imperialism Lenin given us a study about how capitalism turned into a imperialism through a researches that he made of bourgeois data using a critical approaching in marxism This book was made when World War I began and socialism yet was seeing such as new alternative of see the life Despite of data wh