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Post by Molov on Tue Jul 19, 2011 1:09 am

Nicoloae Ceausescu, was a Communist who after standing against the Soviet Union and its invasion of Czechoslovakia, began to have demonstrations of Romanian Nationalist pride, as such were banned before the Nicoloae Ceausescu regime was in power.

Is he an example, besides his horrible economic policies with his people, only regarding to his Political and Nationalist views?

Why and why not?

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Re: Romanian Nicoloae Ceausescu

Post by Molov on Tue Jul 19, 2011 1:16 am

For instance, watch this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5gVsYNGycc From 6:46 to 9:00.


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Re: Romanian Nicoloae Ceausescu

Post by Celtiberian on Fri Jul 22, 2011 9:30 am

Many of the former state socialist regimes (e.g., the Soviet Union, the People's Republic of China, the Socialist Republic of Romania, etc.) employed nationalist rhetoric and themes when they found it politically expedient to do so, or if the head of state genuinely believed in nationalism—as appears to have been the case with Nicolae Ceaușescu. "National Communism" was officially endorsed by the Romanian Communist Party, which would indicate that the party possessed a commitment to a form of left-wing nationalism akin to our own.

Below is a famous poster the Soviet government designed during the 'Great Patriotic War,' which clearly demonstrated a Russian nationalist theme:



The caption reads: "We fight tooth and nail in battle—who could fight the fascists harder than we, the descendants of Chapayev and Suvorov?"

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Re: Romanian Nicoloae Ceausescu

Post by Rebel Redneck 59 on Thu Aug 04, 2011 2:14 am

Molov wrote:Nicoloae Ceausescu, was a Communist who after standing against the Soviet Union and its invasion of Czechoslovakia, began to have demonstrations of Romanian Nationalist pride, as such were banned before the Nicoloae Ceausescu regime was in power.

Is he an example, besides his horrible economic policies with his people, only regarding to his Political and Nationalist views?

Why and why not?
Nicolae Ceausescu was indeed a Nationalist or at least supported Romanian Nationalism. However one must keep in mind that his form of Nationalism was extremely Chauvinistic towards the Hungarian population of Transylvania. He definitely is not a role model for Nationalists like ourselves.
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Re: Romanian Nicoloae Ceausescu

Post by Romanticist on Fri Aug 05, 2011 8:24 pm

Rebel Warrior 59 wrote:
Molov wrote:Nicoloae Ceausescu, was a Communist who after standing against the Soviet Union and its invasion of Czechoslovakia, began to have demonstrations of Romanian Nationalist pride, as such were banned before the Nicoloae Ceausescu regime was in power.

Is he an example, besides his horrible economic policies with his people, only regarding to his Political and Nationalist views?

Why and why not?
Nicolae Ceausescu was indeed a Nationalist or at least supported Romanian Nationalism. However one must keep in mind that his form of Nationalism was extremely Chauvinistic towards the Hungarian population of Transylvania. He definitely is not a role model for Nationalists like ourselves.

Isn't it only natural for Nationalists to view outsiders in disdain? He obviously viewed the Hungarian population of Transylvania to be against the best interests of Romanians and the Romanian nation as a whole. I don't see anything wrong with that.

Is that the symbol of the Hungarian Arrow-Cross party in your avatar? If so, you may be too personally invested in the issue to look at Ceausescu's regime from an objective point of view.

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Re: Romanian Nicoloae Ceausescu

Post by GF on Fri Aug 05, 2011 11:41 pm

Romanticist wrote:
Rebel Warrior 59 wrote:
Molov wrote:Nicoloae Ceausescu, was a Communist who after standing against the Soviet Union and its invasion of Czechoslovakia, began to have demonstrations of Romanian Nationalist pride, as such were banned before the Nicoloae Ceausescu regime was in power.

Is he an example, besides his horrible economic policies with his people, only regarding to his Political and Nationalist views?

Why and why not?
Nicolae Ceausescu was indeed a Nationalist or at least supported Romanian Nationalism. However one must keep in mind that his form of Nationalism was extremely Chauvinistic towards the Hungarian population of Transylvania. He definitely is not a role model for Nationalists like ourselves.

Isn't it only natural for Nationalists to view outsiders in disdain?

I don't think so. At least, our type of nationalism would not support it. There's nothing wrong with outsiders, they deserve a state to themselves, and the right to be unmolested on their lands. If we are to demand a state for ourselves, it is only logical and just that we allow all other nations self-determination as well.

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Re: Romanian Nicoloae Ceausescu

Post by Rebel Redneck 59 on Sun Aug 07, 2011 3:17 am

Romanticist wrote:Isn't it only natural for Nationalists to view outsiders in disdain? He obviously viewed the Hungarian population of Transylvania to be against the best interests of Romanians and the Romanian nation as a whole. I don't see anything wrong with that.

Is that the symbol of the Hungarian Arrow-Cross party in your avatar? If so, you may be too personally invested in the issue to look at Ceausescu's regime from an objective point of view.

It wasnt so much that he looked at Hungarians with disdain, he actively persecuted them due to his chauvinist views.

And no I am not to personally invested in the issue. I know what this fellow did after hearing the testimonies of countless Transylvanian Hungarians. The symbol by the way is indeed an Arrow Cross. Im not a Hungarist by the way. I just like the symbol.
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