Referring the Word War I, socialists and communists had these comments.
In times of crisis, illegal forms of organization and propaganda are imperative.
The theory of impoverishment has been buried with contemptuous jeers of the eunuchs of bourgeois professordom and the mandarins of socialist opportunism.
Criminalists are responsible for the war and standing behind them are professors, members of parliament, journalists, social patriots and other political pimps of the bourgeoisie.
Small people ( proletariat) can be assured of a free existence ONLY by their proletariat revolution, which will liberate the productive forces from the constraint of the national sate, unite the peoples in closest economic collaboration on the basis of a common economic plan, and afford even the weakest the opportunity to conduct their national, cultural affairs freely and independently, without the detriment of the unified world economy.
Do these comments make any sense? Of course, not, but socialists, communists and Utopian social justice reformers propagandize proletarian revolution, equality, anti-Capitalism and anti-imperialism with a few, repeated words and phrases. No content. Only contradiction. Always ending with unite, unite proletarians for peace!
The dirty, little secret is that communism always preaches class warfare and peace is impossible under their concentrated power.