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right-2-rebel · 12 hours ago
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right-2-rebel · 12 hours ago
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"Marxists understand that without class struggle, a social movement will win concessions and representation, but cannot liberate workers by and large. As the imperialist ruling classes increasingly diversify along lines of gender, sexuality, and race, it is important to note that the working classes of these oppressed groups will not see the supposed progress that these changes are meant to represent. Only the unity of workers, particularly those who are oppressed by heteropatriarchy, racism, colonialism, and imperialism, can truly liberate all oppressed peoples."
- Capitalism 101: Class, Private Property and Wage Labour
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right-2-rebel · 13 hours ago
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"In our current capitalist mode of production, the means of production are operated by the working class, but owned by members of the capitalist class, who extract profit from the workers’ labour. ‘Private Property’ is the term that describes this ownership of the means of production by a property owner who generates profit from the labour of the workers. This is distinct from personal property, from which a property owner does not generate profit - such as one’s kitchen, car, or toothbrush. Therefore, when a socialist claims to want to ‘abolish private property’, it does not mean we desire for everyone to live with everything in common, but that we want to end the extraction of profit and wage labour, through common ownership of the means of production."
- Capitalism 101: Class, Private Property and Wage Labour
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right-2-rebel · 13 hours ago
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right-2-rebel · 13 hours ago
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ifyouseekay468 · 14 hours ago
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I tried to maintain a logical discussion with him on modern taxation policies, inflation, and laws protecting the rich all of which I had read and annotated thoroughly. And he was just like “yeah but I pay taxes and you don’t understand because people are lying to you :/“ and then I just LOST it because Jeff the last time I checked the only legal docs that lie are the ones about Guantanamo bay
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ifyouseekay468 · 14 hours ago
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I got my dad to explain the stocks to me and this is the biggest laugh I’ve ever had I’m CRYINF and hes offended trying to explain it to me that I haven’t had any real world experience and all I’ve done is read laws and done research and that phds lie and I’m just collapsing on the floor like a maniac.
10/10 recommend
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right-2-rebel · 15 hours ago
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"Today, at the theoretical level, the workers viewpoint must be unrestricted, it must not limit itself, it must leap forward by transcending and negating all the empirical evidence which the intellectual cowardice of the petty-bourgeois is forever demanding. For working class thought, the moment of discovery has returned. The days of systems building, of repetition, and vulgarity elevated to the status of systematic discourse are definitely over. What is needed now is to start again, with rigorously one-sided class logic — courage and determination for ourselves, and detached irony towards the rest."
- Mario Tronti, Lenin in England (1964)
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right-2-rebel · 17 hours ago
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"Whilst it is true that the working class objectively forces capital into clear, precise choices, it is also true that capital then makes these choices work against the working class. Capital, at this moment, is better organised than the working class: the choices that the working class imposes on capital run the risk of giving strength to capital. This gives the working class an immediate interest in opposing these choices."
- Mario Tronti, Lenin in England (1964)
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right-2-rebel · 18 hours ago
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stalinxlenin · 18 hours ago
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“Honestly Vlad, if I didn't know you any better I’d think you were taking me out here to kill me.”
Joseph steps carefully over a branch, not wanting to scuff the brand-new boots on his feet, another gift from Vlad.
Vlad responds with a soft chuckle. You wouldn't know it by looking at him, but Joseph dze Jughashvili was an exceptional joker. Quick of wit with a razor-sharp tongue, there was almost no winning a debate with him.
Unless you were Vladimir Lenin.
“Are we almost there? You know how busy our schedule is, Vlad. I don’t want us to go down in history as the only Russian revolutionaries who died by getting lost in the woods.” Joseph represses a frustrated shout as he steps in a deep patch of snow, wetting his woolen socks.
“Three things, Koba: First, we are not lost. I must have walked this trail a thousand times in my life. Second, we are almost there. I know you are not a man of faith, but patience is indeed virtuous according to the Christians. Third,” Vlad pauses and turns to his comrade. “You aren't even Russian.”
Joseph rolls his eyes, but keeps silent. A debate with Vladimir Lenin ends one of two ways: you lose, or it never ends. He steels his resolve and wordlessly follows Vlad through the trees.
After a few more seemingly eternal moments of trudging through the snow with nothing but the moon illuminating the forest, a faint orange glow in the distance catches Joseph’s eye. As if he can sense that Joseph saw it, Vlad turns and gives that same damn smile he always does. That same damn smile Joseph can't get enough of.
Vlad pushes some bramble aside and, with all the theatrics of a barynya, twirls his arm and gives an exaggerated stage bow.
The orange glow is a candle sat on a blanket, which has been laid out in the snow, bearing a woven basket and a bottle of Italian wine.
Joseph can do nothing but stare as a flood of emotions battle for control over his next reaction. Anger? Gratitude? Sheepishness?
He emerges from his thoughts when Vlad puts a hand on his shoulder.
“I know you don't like to speak, solntse, but have you really nothing to say? Do you know the effort it took to hide this whole scheme from you?”
That word again. “Scheme.” Oh, how Vlad loved to scheme. Of course, this whole situation has “Vladimir Lenin” practically coating the damn thing.
Joseph realizes he’s gone a whole minute without saying anything, and he scrambles to find words. He takes Vlad’s hand in his own.
“Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, you are a conniving bastard of a man.” He can barely force down a giddy smile.
Vlad takes a hand and rests it on Joseph’s cheek before planting a kiss on his moustached lips. “Joseph Stalin, if you don't learn to relax, you’ll have a hemorrhage and die.”
A.N: yes i'm aware that joseph stalin and vladimir lenin were relentlessly and vitriolically homophobic, but i write homoerotic fanfic about soviet revolutionaries to cope with the fact that i’m not russian. so all the haters can GTFO!!!!!!!!!!!!
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breakingthenarrative · 19 hours ago
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"I’ve been very alarmed by what’s going on in our schools," Xi Van Fleet told the Loudoun County School Board members. "You are now teaching, training our children to be social justice warriors and to loathe our country and our history."
She likened CRT, which critics deride as a form of "neo-racism," to China’s Cultural Revolution, a Mao-led purge that left between 500,000 and 20 million people dead from 1966 to 1976. The estimates vary greatly and many details have been shrouded in secrecy for decades.
"To me, and to a lot of Chinese, it is heartbreaking that we escaped communism and now we experience communism here."
"The Communist regime used the same critical theory to divide people," she said. "The only difference is they used class instead of race."
"We were taught to denounce our heritage, and Red Guards destroyed anything that is not communist…statues, books and anything else," she continued. "We were also encouraged to report on each other, just like the Student Equity Ambassador program and the bias reporting system."
"This is indeed the American version of the Chinese Cultural Revolution," she said. "The critical race theory has its roots in cultural Marxism. It should have no place in our school."
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right-2-rebel · 19 hours ago
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"At this level, the political situation of the working class has never been so clear: wherever in history we find concentrated the social mass of an industrial labour force, we can see at a glance the same collective attitudes, the same basic practices, and the same unified political growth. Planned non-cooperation, organised passivity, polemical expectations, a political refusal, and a permanent continuity of struggles — these are the specific historical forms in which working class struggle today is generalising and developing itself."
- Mario Tronti, Lenin in England (1964)
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tonyjohnsonblog · 20 hours ago
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North Korean defector warns of 'Marxist' parallels between cancel culture and Kim regime
North Korean defector warns of ‘Marxist’ parallels between cancel culture and Kim regime
Watch the latest video at foxnews.com Following a recent interview with FoxNews.com, a North Korean woman who defected to the United States said the growing prominence of cancel culture and the left’s intent on dividing people by race are stark reminders of the regime she escaped. Yeonmi Park, 27, told “Hannity” on Monday that after being sold into sex slavery and being placed on dictator Kim…
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jennythebot · 21 hours ago
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Thus arose feudal socialism: half echo of production and the extension of march, the proletarians into the press, bourgeois take up that also of the gradual, spontaneous class-organisation of children transformed into one hundred years, has established by more ridiculous than that strength grows, and resolute section belong economists, philanthropists, humanitarians, improvers of production must rise of the point of these classes, again, subordinate gradations. One section of the bourgeois society, but should remain within the aristocracies again by the decomposing elements, in so it ever gone to be, exploded by the status by the old ideas prove, than that got. The robe in england as their disposal, not only seriously meant word and self-governing association in contact with desiring to the old society, by the more vanishing, owing to production and by the same as machinery revolutionised industrial production and crusades. You reproach us, therefore, capital. The advance of the bourgeoisie cannot completely developed -- the united action is more equalised, in its members of political supremacy, must be the conditions of founding isolated "phalansteres," of factories ablaze, they are too much civilisation, too narrow to all earlier epochs.
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dialectrician · 21 hours ago
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Did a crazy Japanese libertarian accidentaly prove Marxism?
For real, though, how do you explain the continued existence of bitcoins without Marx’s theory of value? Very Serious economists have been telling us since like 2013 that bitcoins are a scam based on speculation, that their collapse was imminent. Yet, though there are occasionally huge ups and downs, on the whole the price of bitcoins continue to rise. Which makes perfect sense assuming LTV, since they are essentially designed so that each coin requires more electricity and better hardware to be mined, i.e. more capital.
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