What is Lenin's vision for Russia? (Thesis 1 (The peasants and…
What is Lenin's vision for Russia?
The peasants and proletariat have similar views. All annexations are renounced and all capitalist ties are severed.
Power must be delivered from the capitalist run government or bourgeoisie to the proletariat along with the poorest of the peasant class especially when they band together.
The current government will not be supported especially in imperialistic war. It is too capitalistic and overrun by the bourgeoisie.
The Worker's Party is in the minority and as long as it is, it will face the bourgeoisie run capitalist government. The Party is the only viable party for revolutionary government.
All salaries will be equal. The police, army, and bureaucracy as we know them now will not exist. The government will no longer be a Parliamentary Republic.
Land will be taken back to from landowners to give to the peasants. People will have equal amounts of farmland and land owned. These will be distributed by a new office.
The Worker's Party will gain control of all the money as all banks will merge into one National Bank.
The country will not be socialist immediately, just under the control of our party.
The Soviet's of Workers Deputies controls parliament. Changes will be made to modernize the out of date programme. The Party will have a new name.
A new International will be created spearheaded by Lenin to make up for the faults of the current government which does not represent the view of the masses.