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leftypol users suddenly get a nation for themselves. what will happen to the anme fags and flag fags. Who will get purged first? who will get called out a revisionist first? Who will be shot first?
describe what will happen when a nation run by sabo tankie sage and all other posters


this isnt funny. your are not clever.


You have no idea what that acronym means.

Sit on some grass and read a fucking book.


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>this isnt funny. your are not clever.
get off your pretentious high horse. If you don't like the thread don't bump it stupid cunt.

OP this is a very bad thread tho


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>tells post that didn't bump it not to bump it

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West Papua used to be part of the Dutch East Indies. After World War II, the Dutch Empire became the new nation of Indonesia. But the Dutch argued that West Papua had never been part of Indonesia and had an entirely different culture and history. West Papua declared independence on 1st December 1961 - but the Indonesian army invaded three months later. Although the international community intervened, Western governments, led by the USA, chose to appease Indonesia and accept its occupation rather than risk a political crisis that might encourage the spread of communism in South East Asia. In 1969, the UN presided over a referendum on independence that was clearly a sham. The Indonesian occupiers announced that the Papuans were too ‘backward’ to cope with democracy, and 1026 ‘representative’ Papuans were rounded up and forced at gunpoint to vote to join Indonesia. This was called, ironically, the 'Act of Free Choice’.

Since its annexation the people of West Papua have suffered constant misery. Over 500,000 people have died as a direct result of the Indonesian occupation. Much of their land has been taken by the state and given to national and multinational companies for mining, logging or oil extraction. Non-violent dissent has been criminalised: anyone who calls for independence, raises the Papuan flag or publicly questions the legitimacy of Indonesian rule can be imprisoned. Tens of thousands of Indonesian soldiers are stationed in West Papua, and regularly torture, rape and murder Papuan leaders, activists and civilians.

West Papua is a closed society. All foreign journalists are banned. Human rights groups, lawyers, foreign politicians and even tourists are either banned from entering Papua or restricted to small areas where they are closely monitored by the police. As a result, the world hears little about the horror that goes on there day after day. The Papuans have been denied one of the fundamental rights in the UN International Charter of Human Rights - ‘self-determination’, the right to choose their own government and national status. Every representative Papuan organisation is now calling for a re-run of the 1969 ‘Act of Free Choice’ – this time as a genuine referendum on independence, in which all Papuans get the chance to vote.
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I know of two radical unions that have presence in greater jakarta, KASBI and KPBI, former is more militant and is not in the new labour party, latter is in the new labour party along with unfortunately the two large limp-ass lib union kspsi and kpsi. If you are a student, there is the student union affiliated with KASBI called SEMPRO or serikat mahasiswa progresif, which idk how organised they are, I might contact them later if I got the chance. If youre an anarchist, there is no anarcho-syndicalist unions that i know of, anarchist presence is mostly street anarchist. >>1256080 is a good advice. The punk scene is a good place to start because we have the largest punk scene in SEA.


Zapatistas and PKK don't share an ideology though


59 years of the OPM! Happy Anniversary!


>Zapatistas and PKK don't share an ideology though
No, but as a sort of guide on how to resist and organise.


oh my god literally velaryons


House votes to avert rail strike, impose deal on unions
The U.S. House moved urgently to head off the looming nationwide rail strike on Wednesday, passing a bill that would bind companies and workers to a proposed settlement that was reached in September but rejected by some of the 12 unions involved. The measure passed by a vote of 290-137 and now heads to the Senate. If approved there, it will be signed by President Joe Biden, who urged the Senate to act swiftly. … House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded to concern by adding a second vote Wednesday that would add seven days of paid sick leave per year for rail workers covered under the agreement. However, it will take effect only if the Senate goes along and passes both measures.

Health workers in Greece protest casualization of doctors in public hospitals
Doctors and other staff at public hospitals across Greece have intensified protests against a bill proposed by the conservative New Democracy (ND)-led government to abolish full-time exclusive employment of doctors in public hospitals. Unions, including the Federation of Hospital Doctors of Greece (OENGE) and the Panhellenic Federation of Public Hospital Workers (POEDIN), went for strikes on November 28 and 29 and organized a protest demonstration in front of the Greek parliament and the Ministry of Health.

Eurostar security staff to strike for four days next month in a dispute over pay
SECURITY staff on Eurostar are to strike for four days next month in a dispute over pay. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union employed by a private contractor will walk out on December 16, 18, 22 and 23 after voting 4-1 in favour of industrial action.
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Thanks based news anon


Higher food prices worsen hunger crisis this holiday season
A September report by the Urban Institute estimated that about 1 in 5 adults experienced household food insecurity last summer, about the same as during the first year of the pandemic but a sharp increase from the spring of 2021. Black and Hispanic adults reported higher rates of food insecurity than their white counterparts, according to the report. … The government estimates food prices will be up 9.5% to 10.5% this year. And that’s squeezing the budgets of many Americans and the food banks that have helped them, especially with the expiration of the massive flow of pandemic relief aid.

Democrats, Progressive Groups Push DOJ to Publish Database of 'Corporate Lawbreaking'
After three congressional Democrats on Tuesday unveiled the Corporate Crime Database Act, which would direct the U.S. Department of Justice to make information about corporate wrongdoing and efforts to curb it publicly available, dozens of progressive organizations and individuals implored federal lawmakers to pass the legislation as quickly as possible.

Fed's Powell cites top barrier to taming inflation — workers' wages
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Wednesday said the biggest remaining barrier to taming inflation is the shortage of workers, which is giving Americans greater clout to seek higher pay. Powell also again signaled that the Fed will begin raising interest rates in smaller increments, but underscored that significantly higher borrowing costs still lie ahead. “To be clear, strong wage growth is a good thing,” he said. “But for wage growth to be sustainable, it needs to be consistent with 2 percent inflation.” That will require reducing demand for labor by slowing the economy, he said.
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>House votes to avert rail strike, impose deal on unions
Idea, instead of forcing a deal with them, grab a tiny slice of what you're giving for free to the Ukranian failed state and give it to the rail workers in exchange to keep working while the deal is settled.

Forcing people to work is fucking WHACK.
> Fed's Powell cites top barrier to taming inflation — workers' wages
>the biggest remaining barrier to taming inflation is the shortage of workers
That's a load of bullshit, but I want to see the US bring back industry to the America to spite China :) they are in for a surprise ;-)


Hype About Democrats Passing the Torch: Don’t Get Fooled Again
Pelosi quickly endorsed Rep. Hakeem Jeffries to replace her as leader. NBC News offered the common media frame: “Pelosi made history as the first female speaker of the House, while Jeffries, the current Democratic Caucus chairman, would become the first Black leader of a congressional caucus and highest-ranking Black lawmaker on Capitol Hill.” You can count on much of the mass media to shower the 52-year-old Jeffries with accolades, largely supplied by fellow Democrats. But, overall, a closer look reveals a problematic record. Early on, before becoming a New York state legislator, Jeffries worked for years as a corporate lawyer. In Congress – while he has taken a few progressive positions like cosponsoring Medicare for All and voting to cut 10 percent of the military budget – his emphasis has been in sync with the party establishment. “I’m a Black progressive Democrat concerned with addressing racial and social and economic injustice with the fierce urgency of now,” Jeffries told The Atlantic in August 2021. But during the same interview, Jeffries added: “There will never be a moment where I bend the knee to hard-left democratic socialism.” (Ironically, Jeffries was echoing the “fierce urgency of now” phrase from Martin Luther King Jr., who was a democratic socialist.) Jeffries likes to jab leftward. In 2016, he called Bernie Sanders a “gun-loving socialist with zero foreign-policy experience.” A 2018 profile in The Economist – titled “High Hopes for Hakeem Jeffries” – concluded that he “is nearly as moderate as a safe-seat Democrat gets.” The article pointed out: “Though he supports the principle of universal healthcare coverage, he speaks of ‘the importance of market forces and getting things done in a responsible fashion.’ Quoting Ronald Reagan approvingly, he suggests this means promoting a flourishing private sector outside the ‘legitimate functions’ of government.”

Supreme Court denies IndyRef2: Where next for Scottish independence?
Last week, on 23 November, the UK Supreme Court ruled that the Scottish government cannot hold an independence referendum without WestmiPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


Thanks News Anon

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>Turkey launches operation against Kurdish militants in Iraq, Syria: Defense minister

>ISTANBUL, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Turkey's defence ministry said on Sunday that 89 targets, including shelters and ammunition depots, were destroyed in air strikes on Kurdish militant bases in northern Iraq and northern Syria.


Where's the international outrage? Where are the sanctions on Turkey? Oh that's right, NATO countries are allowed to bomb and invade their neighbours and whoever else they want when they want.

This is that "rules-based" order we hear so much about.
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Erodgan changed the name of the country.
I did a double take in the supermarket when I saw something like this though


<Following a security meeting chaired by Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani, the Iraqi authorities decided “to deploy border guards along the borders with Turkey and Iran”.


>Ankara's allies, particularly Russia
lol wat
media is such a fucking joke


>Like when Rhodesia became Zimbabwe
That's different though, that is actually a different name. "Türkiye" and "Turkey" are the same name.
>The country officially changed its name in English
"Türkiye" isn't English though, "Turkey" is already the English version of that.

Now sure, the English version of other countries' names is often pretty retarded. But if were going to make the effort to try to pronounce them better, lets start with nations that deserve it. I'm sure as shit not making a special exception for Turkey.


Is it partly building justification for things like this post election if any do get through?
<Erdogan vows re-seizure of Kurdish municipalities should HDP win local elections

It seems Kurdish representation will be wiped out as a political force in Turkey in the next few years.

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Do you think we will witness the end of the zionist regime in our lifetime?
The FBI started their own investigation into the death of the al jazira journalist, and the international court will investigate Israeli army crimes. Hopefully this is the beginning of the end.
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Shut the fuck up kid. Lmao


No, you shut the fuck up nazi filth


>Everyone I don't like is a naaaaziiiii


Send the thread link bro, I'll support it


Not really, but zionist are nazis in every way, shape and form

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What's are the class interests of the rising Etnocacerista movement in my country Peru?

Usually the nationalist/fashoid movements have a petit bourgeois/middle class base while getting funded by the national bourgeoisie against big foreign finance capital
The etnocacerista movement has a peasant/lumpenproletariat base and gets little to no funding (at least that I know about) from the national bourgeoisie

Rundown about the etnocacerista ideology:
>nationalization and state control of privatized national resources (gas, copper mines, etc)
>xenophobic discourse
>brushes off class analysis because it was created in europe thus doesn't apply to an 'andean' nation
>'not capitalist nor socialist' bullshit economic discourse

Everything points to the usual fashoid/nationalist shit but what puzzles me is that the bourgeoisie and urbanites are shitting their pants about it which is atypical
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this is actually existing egoism. it pleased her ego to go to the top, so she did


His grandson is one of the most reactionary retards in the country tho


>Be communist Chad
>Has reactionary children and descendants.
Why this keeps happening and what we can do to end this cycle ?


raise your fucking kids strict. Communists have a bad habit of parenting like liberals. "Let them figure themselves out" etc. Fuck no. You're the boss. Be authoritarian. Tell them what's right.


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How do we as communists and socialists support the striking rail workers in our towns and cities ? Stand with picketers offer food and coffee ? What are you doing to help ?
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its a valuable take that should inform you while supporting these speicifc strikers, as for them to strike would be to reject unionism and go against both the unions and the state in solidarity with one another, which is absolutely something to get behind


Biden is such a hypocrite two faced geriatric fuckface.
>I support unions!
>But not railway workers can't strike!
You simply cannot be a supporter of unions or organized labor generally if you take away their weapons of negotiation. The capitalist has all sorts of torture implements to coerce workers. All unions have are strikes to defend themselves.


Don't do work you've not been assigned to.



> The German “Lefts” consider that, as far as they are concerned, the reply to this question is an unqualified negative. In their opinion, declamations and angry outcries (such as uttered by K. Horner in a particularly “solid” and particularly stupid manner) against “reactionary” and “counter-revolutionary” trade unions are sufficient “proof” that it is unnecessary and even inexcusable for revolutionaries and Communists to work in yellow, social-chauvinist, compromising and counter-revolutionary trade unions of the Legien type.

However firmly the German “Lefts” may be convinced of the revolutionism of such tactics, the latter are in fact fundamentally wrong, and contain nothing but empty phrases.

Note, Lenin here advocates for working even with reactionary trade unions. His position on working generally with unions could not be clearer.

Cherry picked quotes and anti unionism are named here in this book: left communism, an infantile disorder


You are retarded, what is written left communism is aimed at parties, the temporary alliances and fronts are aimed at strengthening the party's position and appeal of the masses . Not what you as an individual should 'support'

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Let's say Hitler dies in the bavarian coup and Hindenburg on a stroke, so that Thälmann becomes president of germany in 1932.

How would history have changed.
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Germany would maintain their insane tech superiority without all the jews and socialists leaving and have better arms industry without the retarded semi-privatized system they had under nazis.
If the KPD was even a little competent they would have avoided war for a couple years to consolidate the german economy, bringing it to its full potential by brokering a good trade agreement with the USSR and constructed an decent army, Thälmann and Stalin would be able to overrun all of Europe, even britain, in the mid 1930s, causing a partial world revolution in the rest of the world.

After defeating Japan, the rest of the capitalists would consolidate under the US, that would devolve into insane dystopian capitalism as most of the third world would become protected from imperialism, making them unable to maintain decent living conditions even in the imperial core.

Even if the german communists are completely retarded and lose a civil war or get overun by their neighbors, then the german invasion would still be avoided and the Soviet Economy would become the biggest in the world in the 60s.


As Soviets approached Warsaw in that failed war closer and closer, German communists' situation was getting better and better as both porkies were willing to concede more and workers were having more faith in the cause. So, extrapolating, Germany becoming communist would have resuited in revolutions throughout Europe - basically what happened in Eastern Europe when USSR liberated it


The KPD didn’t have any base of power
They were extremely marginal in the Reichstag, and on the street level they were outgunned by the SPD and NSDAP
Also didn’t help that they were a Comintern sockpuppet and Thälmann was a complete village idiot who tripped into leadership


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world socialist republic by 1984


>le great man alt history

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If communism is supposed to arise organically from the experience of class consciousness, then why has there historically been almost no demand among the working class to specifically abolish wage labor and the production of commodities for sale?
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Coops try to abolish wage labor. They function under market economy and so can't do this fully/freely, still.



its not a meme and the ussr did 80% of the actual fighting and heavy lifitng with the war; angloids got there shit pushed in and right out of the continent where as the USSR never stopped fighting and got all the way to the reichstag

your revisionism is disgusting and you can follow your leader fash goblino

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>It’s boring at this point to complain about the look of new apartment buildings, hideous as they may be, to the point that they’ve actually started getting pushback here and there from idiots bold enough [https://www.archdaily.com/978264/in-praise-of-5-over-1-buildings] to claim that they’re Actually Fine because they offer cost-effective density or whatever, which is probably the nadir of architectural functionalism. But I digress. Anyway we’re talking about buildings like this, basically, called “podium buildings” or “5-over-1s” due to the fact that they typically have a structural organization wherein the first floor is a poured concrete slab with common stick-built wood frame construction overhead.

>The stick-built construction is crucial because, being more or less standardized, the amount of labor-hours spent on site is cut down to the minimum possible and there is almost zero need for machinery or equipment other than hand tools (which are almost always supplied by the worker themselves). Combine these features with the fact that, in the Euro-American context at least, there is extraordinarily low union density (12.7%) [https://www.bls.gov/news.release/pdf/union2.pdf] in private sector residential construction and thus low wages and bargaining power, we may assume that the wage bill for construction firms is already shaved down to the absolute minimum. Thus the strategy for the expansion of a firm’s individual profit consists the reduction of absolute labor time on site (while, of course, extending shifts and eliminating breaks as needed) by employing the most efficient “best practices” copied from the regulating capitals within the industry. But where a manufacturing capital may seek efficiencies by modifying its own manufacturing process, upgrading machinery, etc. a construction capital seeks to “offload” any and all labor hours by moving labor hours off site and entirely out of the industry altogether, into the manufacturing sector.

>In so doing, construction balances
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They’re like commieblocks like what you see in former Soviet states but they’re shitty and 100 times more expensive.


>>The AFL-CIO, having overextended and seeing already its base of craft workers eroding in the face of a change in technical building practices, abdicated its place in the staterooms of industrial relations, leaving the Business Roundtable basically unopposed.
The AFL-CIO was created by the CIA to de-stabilize the Union Movement.


The neolib Borg Cubes are 100 times more expensive and they’re not even up to standard.


New article on construction glut ideology


based Kevin

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