|“||The essence of Kirosocialism is a revolutionary theory which has provided solutions to problems arising in the revolutionary praxis in a new age different from the era that gave rise to Marxism–Leninism, one that gives a profound explanation of the theories, strategies and tactics of national liberation, class emancipation and human liberations in our era. Thus, it can be said that Kirosocialism is a creative application of socialist thought to the material - yes - but also social, cultural, and spiritual conditions of Coscivian civilization under capitalism. You see, Marxism–Leninism presented a series of opinions on building socialism with the ultimate goal of world communism, but Marxist-Leninist thought as generally understood cannot escape the confines of presuppositions and hypotheses owing to the limitations of the conditions of their ages and practical experiences. Thus, as many countries applied the principles of Marxist–Leninist materialistic conception of history dogmatically, they have failed to advance revolution continually after the establishment of the socialist system. Kirosocialism, then, is not merely "Socialism with Coscivian characteristics". On the contrary, the philosophical and social-scientific synthesis of Kirosocialism has brought us closer to classical Marxism, which expresses the relationship between economics and politics, and further, the economic base and superstructure where the latter is determined fundamentally by the former and only under certain limited conditions can the latter shape the former, epmhasising the transformative power of human consciousness when realised and translated into action through the only authentic social network capable of mass-mobilization toward revolutionary ends: the working class.
However, errant monocausal "vulgar Marxist" interpretations of history, clearly as a result of their unfortunate Hegelian heritage, ultimately cuck themselves and the global proletariat by their deliberate unwillingness to include the particularistic and qualitative dimension of human societies in their analysis. This has inevitably left revolutonaries looking to the established Marxist canon without meaningful guidance for how to advance the emancipatory telos of the proletariat in time and space, a crippling deficiency which Kirosocialism does not merely correct for, but rather places front and centre in its critique of capitalism and its scientific approach to revolutionary practice.
|— Xinarþrus S.P.R. Tórmalin, On the Germans and Their Lies|