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Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira
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1 Intro, 1 | used artifice employed by communism in its incessant psychological 2 Intro (1)| against this work, a sign that Communism fears that Unperceived~Ideological 3 Intro, 3 | way as to make them favor communism's tactics and doctrine and 4 Intro, 3 | are leading them toward communism. In varying degrees of clarity, 5 Intro, 3 | they are tending towards communism. But at this point their 6 Intro, 3 | of becoming adherents of communism no longer horrifies but 7 Intro, 4 | inadvertently evolve towards communism.~ ~The phenomenon of unperceived 8 Intro, 4 | all the way to accepting communism, or take on a less ample 9 1, 1 | violence is far and away communism's principal instrument of 10 1, 3 | of alerting the world to communism's war of conquest and violent 11 1, 4 | 4. Communism: An Imperialistic Sect~ ~ 12 1, 4 | subversive organization: communism is not just a movement of 13 1, 5 | imperialistic ambition, communism has to overcome serious 14 1, 5 | remains that in no country has communism ever taken power by means 15 1, 5 | improved since World War II, communism has achieved disconcerting 16 1, 5 | appearing in all aspects of communism clashes with this common 17 1, 5 | perspective all the obstacles that communism faces.~ ~Answering Possible 18 1, 5 | Possible Objections~ ~· True, communism won the Polish elections 19 1, 5 | two leading candidates, communism would have never won in 20 1, 5 | insufficient so far, to what does communism owe its position as a great 21 1, 5 | factor of the success of communism has been violence. It was 22 1, 5 | World War II, established communism by brute force. Violence 23 1, 5 | no means the only benefit communism received from the West. 24 1, 5 | sensed the unpopularity of communism so well that he posed as 25 1, 5 | perspicacious leaders.~Consequently, communism reached its current degree 26 1, 5 | imposed on some countries, communism had at least been able to 27 1 (2) | Communism's progress in Italy in no 28 1, 5 | and Fostering Production~ ~Communism, which never succeeded in 29 1, 5 | this failure discredits communism both with the peoples it 30 1, 6 | on a worldwide scale. If communism is nothing as a constructive 31 1, 7 | the global expansion of communism faces most serious difficulties 32 1, 8 | of Implicit Persuasion~ ~Communism fears to venture into the 33 1, 8 | will work, the way out for communism must be a new method.‑ that 34 1, 9 | Sympathy~ ~Furthermore, communism is not really the antithesis 35 1, 9 | Revolution, sowed the seeds of communism throughout the West.3 As 36 1, 9 | consequence, the fear of communism is often accompanied by 37 1, 9 | than by the final goals of communism. They naively feel that 38 1 (3) | Revolution being the cause of Communism were also affirmed by 269 39 1 (3) | Council condemn socialism and communism anew. The complete text 40 1, 9 | make an accommodation with communism.5~ ~ 41 1 (5) | the reasons we mentioned, communism logically must renovate 42 1 (5) | between the two "greats" of Communism presents, from the propagandistic 43 1 (5) | fibers of soul sympathetic to communism on this side of the Iron 44 1, 11 | United at the Service of Communism~ ~While fear and sympathy 45 1, 11 | of the West. In a word, communism does not need to stop intimidating 46 1, 11 | power.~This reputation helps communism to soften the resistance 47 1, 11 | and dynamic parties serve communism as precious factors of intimidation 48 1, 11 | Marxist regimes.~Put simply, communism no longer expects to conquer 49 1, 12 | Chapter II~ ~We have seen how communism must renounce explicit doctrinal 50 2, 1 | predisposed to adhere to communism on account of multiple ideological, 51 2, 1 | normally a minority. While communism fills its ranks with this 52 2, 1 | unresponsive majority.~How can communism conquer this majority?~ ~ 53 2, 2 | some measure sympathetic to communism, those categorically opposed 54 2, 2 | Those partly sympathetic to communism are influenced by communist 55 2, 2 | actually accomplices of communism. The communists try to gather 56 2, 2 | possible in such groups. Communism uses these groups as allies 57 2, 2 | frequently even militant against communism with a total psychological 58 2, 2 | effectively against Marxism.~Communism also frequently uses threats 59 2, 2 | indifferent to the problem of communism, unfriendly to it in different 60 2, 2 | of explicit persuasion, communism is left with only one way 61 2, 2 | can be done in favor of communism in this sector of public 62 2, 2 | absolutely unaffected by communism but do not focus on the 63 2, 2 | precious cooperation to communism simply by maintaining a 64 2, 2 | becoming antagonistic to communism and the nonmilitant anti-communists 65 2, 2 | but it is not enough for communism. Unable to conquer this 66 2, 2 | to conquer this majority, communism lulls it to sleep; as long 67 2, 2 | is unable to conquer it, communism will be forced to advance 68 2, 2 | sector of public opinion.~Communism was very successful in founding 69 2, 2 | anticommunist organizations. But communism failed when it attempted 70 2, 2 | the same majorities that communism must persuade, more than 71 2, 3 | react at the advance of communism, to take an attitude of 72 2, 5 | how a person hostile to communism can be unconsciously transshipped 73 2, 5 | republic: another objective of communism.~The reason we chose these 74 2, 5 | leading to the acceptance of communism as the absolute and perfect 75 2, 7 | prepares the ground for communism. The home is effectively 76 2, 7 | of free love inherent to communism.~ ~ 77 2, 8 | ideological transshipment to communism, a transshipment which this 78 2, 8 | the tactic most used by communism for the ideological conquest 79 2 (8) | of whole countries toward Communism through unperceived ideological 80 2 (8) | communist or do not tend toward communism. The Communist character 81 2 (8) | directions opposite to those of communism.~Neither in Egypt, nor Algeria, 82 2 (8) | impressed by the advance of Communism in North Africa as it was 83 3, 2 | of order, the "reforms" communism would make from the bottom 84 3, 2 | Insensitivity to the risk of communism dominating the world before 85 3, 2 | hand, open cooperation with communism and finally, the acceptance 86 4 (16) | dialogue cunningly distorted by communism to deviate or keep people 87 4, 2 | Anarchist Utopianism Inherent to Communism, And the Universal Republic~ ~ 88 4, 2 | of affairs envisioned by Communism as the ideal following the 89 4, 2 | destroy the Western world, communism exploits the emotional circumstances 90 4, 2 | proletarian, when inebriated by communism, makes him look with hatred 91 4, 2 | possibilities of a pact with communism. A pacifist sentiment toward 92 4, 2 | would be impossible for communism, to which it is capitally 93 4, 2 | is highly exploitable by communism through the fearsympathy 94 4, 2 | positions in the face of communism, thereby opening the doors 95 4, 3 | would have most repudiated ‑Communism and Modernism ‑ before those 96 End | and easily emerges that communism is the great beneficiary 97 End, 1 | Talismanic Word "Dialogue" and Communism~ ~It is known that Marxism 98 End, 1 | With this we should ask how communism takes advantage of unperceived 99 End, 1 | philosophy.~Nevertheless, communism obtains several important 100 End, 1 | serves as a cornerstone for communism prepares the soul for an 101 End, 1 | to communist doctrine;~· Communism cannot accept coexistence 102 End, 1 | all the more acceptable to communism since communist theoreticians, 103 End, 1 | victory of international communism.~Actually, this preparation 104 End, 1 | Actually, this preparation for communism by the talismanic word only 105 End, 1 | public sympathetic toward communism.~ ~ 106 End, 2 | Ecumenism, Irenicism, and Communism~ ~We must repeat that the 107 End, 3 | Peaceful Coexistence with Communism~ ~While communism can only 108 End, 3 | Coexistence with Communism~ ~While communism can only coexist with true 109 End, 4 | Persecution~ ~Does the fact that communism accepts peaceful coexistence 110 End, 4 | Strictly speaking, no. Communism will accept such coexistence 111 End, 4 | acquiesce to dialogue with communism on a relativistic basis. 112 End, 4 | basis. Here it seems that communism's attitude is new, but on 113 End, 4 | that the newness is not communism's but rather that of certain 114 End, 4 | more weak and conniving. Communism persecuted religions when 115 End, 4 | Therefore it is consistent for communism to stop fighting those who 116 End (26) | worldwide establishment of Communism.~This supreme sin, precisely 117 End, 7 | and the Italian Way of Communism~ ~Until now, we have dealt 118 End, 7 | should ask if international communism is not contemplating, along 119 End, 7 | the opportunistic sense of communism and formulated in terms 120 End, 7 | ICP.~The Italian Way of communism is related to the approach 121 End, 7 | Poland creates problems for communism there analogous to those 122 End, 7 | broader scope, we wonder if communism doesn't have a similar maneuver 123 End, 8 | the degree they look at communism straight on, these sectors 124 End, 8 | legacy.~But if they see communism obliquely, that is, only 125 End, 8 | them toward this.~Thus, if communism must keep hidden the real 126 End, 8 | people thus alerted have for communism will then begin to react, 127 End, 8 | TO AND BY THE STATE UNDER COMMUNISM,~AND THIS IS THE LIE HIDDEN 128 End, 8 | HIDDEN UNDER IT ALL~ ~How communism conditions mentalities against


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