This requires more than a post to cover the entire history of the USSR, but in summary, it all kind of started with Khrushchev. Khrushchev was undoubtedly a revisionist, and his policies like the Kosygin reforms, the replacement of the label DotP with “State of the Whole People” and laughable claims like “Communism in 100 years” set the USSR down the path towards the capitalist mode of production. The bureaucracy that formed within the USSR had lead to the USSR being disconnected with the masses, basically trying things out to see if it would improve the USSR in any way. It did not. If anything, it lead to further liberalisation. There was no “absenteeism” that was common called by anti-communists, but rather, the USSR had begun to quantitatively change in regards to the mode of production.
It just accumulated. and as dialectics go, the quantitative transforms to qualitative. Which is why Gorbachev rose to power to begin with. His reforms like Glasnost and Perestroika were despised by the masses, in fact Gorbachev was not a very popular leader especially since he considered bans on things like vodka. But since the masses couldn’t oust him, it was clear that the DotP had shattered, and what remained was a bureaucratic government that was ready to burst.
This is oversimplistic, and I believe I’m missing out a lot of things, which is why you should do further investigation on this topic.
tl;dr: Bureaucracy and Revisionism is why the USSR collapsed, also do research.
Anything from the Call of Duty series. BO1 is especially the case, as it directly relates to the Cold War, misinterprets history, calls Fidel a dictator, yadda yadda. Modern Warfare Series (Not including the most recent one as I don’t have any info) especially has anti-Russian sentiments and pro-US stances on everything, especially considering the infamous “No Russian” mission.
Would be cool to introduce polls here. But unfortunately there’s no system that exists yet. QueerCommie has done a similar system where people upvote a particular post, but it wouldn’t ideal to do it where you can only have one vote.
After reading a lot about Marxist-Humanism, I begin to see that humanism, and centering on human beings are not the same at all. For example, Juche supposes that the man is the master of everything, and the master of his own world and destiny.  However, this is not at all the same as Marxist-Humanism. Different conceptions of humanism in marxist circles have been brought up over the years. However, it is clear that Humanism has been used in a revisionist manner. In the case of Bukharin, a well known revisionist, he utilised “Socialist Humanism”, which denounces collectivisation and supports class collaboration.  Even the MIA states that Marxist-Humanism only arose after Khrushchev’s Secret Speech, which it also claimed that it also arose during the Prague Spring. MIA also states that it never gained a foothold, and even compared it to Eurocommunism which shows you how questionable the ideology really is. 
Other comments state that Humanism is idealism, it may be the case. I’m not exactly sure. But for all I know, it’s that Marxist-Humanism and Humanism in general is utilised by revisionists, and therefore should be opposed.
If lesser-evilism would also benefit the proletariat more overall than not, then yes. It would be. But lesser-evilism relies on the fact that you’re delaying the inevitable. Capitalism would eventually destroy quality of life.
Not with critical support. Russia, even if it is bigoted, will benefit the global proletariat more than not. That’s because Russia is fighting against a unipolar imperialist power, and destroying the grip of the western world would make revolutions and potential revolutions much easier.
Where have you heard this? Western countries have seen a huge rise in inflation, workers wages being decreased, and quality of life has decreased as a whole. I’m not sure what western nation you’re specifically referring to, but it’s clear that the western world has not seen an increase in living standards.
The main reason why the PKP-1930 condemns the CPP is because the CPP is an adventurist party to which the PKP claims that the NPA of CPP had received material support from the CIA. PKP also states that Victor Corpus admitted that Sison wanted to order a bomb attack on Manila, so that martial law can be in place and more recruits can come in. Link
Also there’s no evidence that the PKP-1930 supported nor backed Marcos Sr.
Comrade, what do you think about this article in particular?
I’ve also heard from one person that it suffers from transphobic elements. And even then, it wouldn’t reduce the fact that they still continue to adopt ‘Britain’s Road to Socialism’ since the days of CPGB (not to be confused with CPGB-ML), which focused on supporting the Labour party. They still continue to adopt this path, and they won’t get rid of it. Also note that CPB doesn’t support Scottish independence.
As for other parties in the UK like CPB and CPGB-ML, the former is revisionist and advocates for labour whilst the latter is more principled but transphobic. So uhh yeah. It’s not going great.
Comrades, we must support an actual anti-war movement, not a pseudo-communist “United front”, which many of the parties are accused of Pedophilia, racism and being Cults. 
Even if its the case, the “Rally against the War Machine” has a ‘United Front’ with neoliberals and conservatives. Many parties involved (especially CPI) are accused of Racism, Pedophilia and being Cults.  This is not a movement which should be supported in any way.
The rally had no communists. Only those who claim to be, like CPI. They’re just working with a bunch of other (useless) parties with a goal that is to preserve capitalism whilst removing the ‘bad things’ about the US.
This goes beyond the scope of the post, but it’s clear that the anarchist hasn’t done enough research on the project.
Hi comrade. I just came out on lemmygrad and discord but not irl in general. I know exactly how you feel. I have only a close friend who knows I’m trans and he’s been very supportive. I have lived through bad experiences as well. After an experience I had that I don’t want to disclose, I realised that coming out to my family face-to-face was out of the question. (They’re lithuanian btw)
Honestly before you come out, make yourself in a safe position to come out. I don’t plan to come out until I’m heading to university and even then I’m still hesitant. If you don’t feel safe, I highly recommend you do not come out until you do.
I can’t give any more advice beyond this as I don’t know your life experience, but I hope this helps nonetheless. Good luck comrade 🙏
Liu Shaoqi was one of the veteran revolutionaries within the CPC. He aligned with Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping. He was called a capitalist roader for despising the cultural revolution.