Communist propaganda is the scientific, artistic, and social promotion of the ideology of communism, communist worldview and interests of the communist movement. While it tends to carry a negative connotation in the Western world, the term "propaganda" broadly refers to any publication or campaign aimed at promoting a cause and is/was used for official purposes by most communist-oriented governments. Rooted in Marxist thought, the propaganda of communism is viewed by its proponents as the vehicle for spreading the enlightenment of working class people and pulling them away from the propaganda of their oppressors that reinforces their exploitation, such as religion or consumerism.

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  • Communist propaganda is the scientific, artistic, and social promotion of the ideology of communism, communist worldview and interests of the communist movement. While it tends to carry a negative connotation in the Western world, the term "propaganda" broadly refers to any publication or campaign aimed at promoting a cause and is/was used for official purposes by most communist-oriented governments. Rooted in Marxist thought, the propaganda of communism is viewed by its proponents as the vehicle for spreading the enlightenment of working class people and pulling them away from the propaganda of their oppressors that reinforces their exploitation, such as religion or consumerism. A Bolshevik theoretician, Nikolai Bukharin, in his The ABC of Communism wrote: The State propaganda of communism becomes in the long run a means for the eradication of the last traces of bourgeois propaganda dating from the old régime; and it is a powerful instrument for the creation of a new ideology, of new modes of thought, of a new outlook on the world. (en)
  • La propagande communiste est l'ensemble des actions de communication menées par les individus et partis se revendiquant du communisme pour influencer la population dans le but de promouvoir l'idéologie, la vision du monde ainsi que les intérêts du mouvement communiste. Conjointement à la censure, elle permet de faciliter la mise en application de la ligne politique décidée par les partis communistes. Si son importance a culminé à l'époque de Joseph Staline, de Mao Zedong et de Enver Hoxha, elle existe encore dans la Chine actuelle (tout en ayant évolué dans sa forme) et en Corée du Nord. Le théoricien bolchevik Nikolaï Boukharine écrit dans son ABC du communisme : « La propagande de l’État communiste devient un moyen pour l'éradication des dernières traces de la propagande bourgeoise datant de l'ancien régime; et c'est un instrument puissant pour la création d'une nouvelle idéologie, de nouveaux modes de pensée, d'un nouveau regard sur le monde. »[réf. nécessaire] (fr)
  • A propaganda comunista servia aos interesses ideológicos desse sistema político e econômico principalmente durante a Guerra Fria. O comunista teórico Nikolai Bukharin, em sua obra O ABC do Comunismo escreveu: (pt)
  • Propaganda komunistyczna – międzynarodowa propaganda inspirowana ideologią komunistyczną. (pl)
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  • A propaganda comunista servia aos interesses ideológicos desse sistema político e econômico principalmente durante a Guerra Fria. O comunista teórico Nikolai Bukharin, em sua obra O ABC do Comunismo escreveu: (pt)
  • Propaganda komunistyczna – międzynarodowa propaganda inspirowana ideologią komunistyczną. (pl)
  • Communist propaganda is the scientific, artistic, and social promotion of the ideology of communism, communist worldview and interests of the communist movement. While it tends to carry a negative connotation in the Western world, the term "propaganda" broadly refers to any publication or campaign aimed at promoting a cause and is/was used for official purposes by most communist-oriented governments. Rooted in Marxist thought, the propaganda of communism is viewed by its proponents as the vehicle for spreading the enlightenment of working class people and pulling them away from the propaganda of their oppressors that reinforces their exploitation, such as religion or consumerism. (en)
  • La propagande communiste est l'ensemble des actions de communication menées par les individus et partis se revendiquant du communisme pour influencer la population dans le but de promouvoir l'idéologie, la vision du monde ainsi que les intérêts du mouvement communiste. Conjointement à la censure, elle permet de faciliter la mise en application de la ligne politique décidée par les partis communistes. Si son importance a culminé à l'époque de Joseph Staline, de Mao Zedong et de Enver Hoxha, elle existe encore dans la Chine actuelle (tout en ayant évolué dans sa forme) et en Corée du Nord. (fr)
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  • Communist propaganda (en)
  • Propagande communiste (fr)
  • Propaganda komunistyczna (pl)
  • Propaganda comunista (pt)
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