Ideology and Philosophy
The basics of an ideology of a Kaschenism are told in a text called "Kaschenesis"
Also, there is a digest of the Kashenist ideology formulated in three phrases, a kind of Kaschenists motto; the phrases are:
- Rigorous observance of mutually exclusive paragraphs.
- Brutal politrecal correctness. (This is a pun based on homophones: пол-литра (pollítra), half a litre, and политкорректность (polítkorréktnost`), political correctness.)
- Total schizophasia.
The same in Russian, (as it is written in an upper part of every page of kaschenko.ru):
- Неукоснительное соблюдение взаимоисключающих параграфов.
- Брутальная поллитркорректность.
- Тотальная шизофазия.
Since those slogans written in Russian contain eight words containing 99 letters total, Kaschenists often abbreviate their motto as 8/99, and use such an abbreviation as a greeting (which is in turn a mockery on a Nazi greeting 14/88).
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