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so why would communists want to dissolve the state when the proletarian state constructed by guys like mao and stalin is the best invention of humankind?
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Science is science even if the guy who developed it liked to watch naked midgets solve equations on a blackboard. It’s important not to conflate the character of the man with the character of the science. If it’s bullshit then it should be disprovable (like Nick Land’s accelerationist utopia Haiti).


The struggle between the people and the hatred amongst them is being nurtured by very specific interested parties. It is a small, rootless, international clique that is turning the people against each other, that does not want them to have peace. It is the people who are at home both nowhere and everywhere, who do not have anywhere a soil on which they have grown up, but who live in Berlin today, in Brussels tomorrow, Paris the day after that, and then again in Prague or Vienna or London, and who feel at home everywhere. They are the only ones who can be addressed as international elements, because they conduct their business everywhere, but the people cannot follow them. The people are bounded to their soil, bounded to its fatherland, bounded to the possibilities of life that the state, the nation, offers.


This was true in like the 1930s but not in the 2020s when even near-proles can do some travel the world shit with just 100 dollars and social media means you spend at the very least a tenth of your time talking with people from completely different nation-states.


Late stage ziggerism


According to Lenin the state exists to bolster and sustain class society. Worker's states are conceptualised as temporary functions, necessary to coordinate the infrastructure for a stateless society, organize the suppression of counterrevolutionary elements, complete the liquidation of the bourgeoisie, and fulfill the transfer of capital from private to public control.

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Comrades, what is your most degenerate Google search in connection with socialism?

I believe that a degree of degeneration is part and parcel of being human and that it should be embraced, perhaps as a socio-psychological antithesis that helps us reach proletarian purity

Mine must be "Mao Tse-Tung sex life"
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"Socialism in the USA"

I know it's perverse to even suggest that such a thing could be possible and I feel ashamed for having googled it.


Did you actually find porn in the midst of boomer screeching?



Yeah totally not a /pol/tard in disguise.


leave anon alone, at least a few people here were /pol/tards once

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🚨 Live Happenings/Updates 🚨

Al-Jazeera: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/liveblog/2023/12/9/israel-hamas-war-live-us-veto-of-un-ceasefire-effort-draws-condemnation

Middle East Eye: https://www.middleeasteye.net/israel-palestine-hamas-war-gaza-live-invasion

The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/dec/09/civilian-toll-israeli-airstrikes-gaza-unprecedented-killing-study

Times of Israel: https://www.timesofisrael.com/liveblog-december-9-2023/ (trigger warning)
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Burger judges at lower levels are elected so the chances of the Zionist lobby influencing the outcome of a lawsuit are much higher than in most countries. It doesn't bode well since it would set a precedent which would equate antisemitism and antizionism for legal purposes.


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>legal human shield
>using the "no u" defense
amazing work by the Israeli defense
>khamas hecking raped people
Israel just can't stop with the lying can they? has even a single supposed rape victim stepped forward yet?


I thought the whole point of the third temple is that it wouldn't be rebuild until the return of the Jewish Messiah.
Oh wait I forgot, Zionists don't actually care about their religion, only their belief of racial absolutism.


>ISIS condemning Hamas
This shit glows brighter than the sun.
Can someone redpill me on ISIS' links to the CIA/ US State Department? I know they were being funded by the West in Syria, but how deep does US involvement go?


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Pretty sure it's AI

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Biden sent private message to Tehran amid airstrikes: ‘We’re well-prepared’
His comments came after a fresh round of airstrikes hit a Houthi radar facility, raising further fears of a wider regional conflict. This came amid concerns about the world economy as well as security and civilian safety, and further backlash in the US from progressives in the Democratic party who have decried Biden’s executive decision to launch strikes on Yemen without seeking the backing of Congress.

Turkey bombs 'terrorist targets' in Iraq and Syria
Turkey's armed forces said on Saturday evening that they had targeted 54 locations, including caves, bunkers, shelters and fuel dumps belonging to the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and the YPG (People's Protection Units). … Meanwhile, 113 people were arrested for suspected links with the PKK in nationwide raids on Saturday, Interior Minister Ali Yerlikaya said on X, formerly Twitter.

Israel: Communist lawmaker Ofer Cassif faces possible expulsion from Knesset
Seventy Knesset members signed a motion on Monday to support the expulsion of lawmaker Ofer Cassif (Hadash) from the Knesset over his support of South Africa’s petition against the Israeli government at the International Court of Justice (ICJ). Cassif announced on Sunday that he would be joining the lawsuit against the war in Gaza in the Hague. More specifically, in his announcement, he claimed:

Massive protests expected in London against UK's role in Yemen, Gaza attacks
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California faculty at largest US university system could strike after school officials halt talks
Professors, librarians, coaches and other members of the California Faculty Association staged a series of one-day walkouts across four campuses last month to demand higher pay, more manageable workloads and an increase in parental leave.

Pittsburgh coffee chain closes shortly after workers announce union
After the announcement to close, the workers shared another post of a message sent to employees thanking them and offering references. The message again acknowledged that the business had been operating at a loss and said despite cost-cutting measures, there were plans to close.

Bloodied Baby Dolls Left Outside White House to Protest Biden's Complicity in Gaza
As part of a worldwide day of action protesting the ongoing military assault on Gaza by Israel, activists in Washington, D.C. left a pile of bloodied baby doll parts outside the White House on Saturday as they denounced U.S. complicity in the military campaign that has left over 23,000 Palestinians dead, including over 10,000 children and babies.

Washington state spent over $700,000 on giant boulders to deter homeless encampments
Some residents appeared conflicted about the spending and the message it sends to the homeless, with one resident telling local news outlet Fox 13 Seattle that the money could have been spent in better ways. To BI, state officials emphasized the resources and planning that went into finding better solutions for the homeless community before placing the boulders.
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For Israel's religious right, Gaza is a war of conquest
In the past week, comments from Israeli lawmakers have called into question whether Israel’s religious right, or even the entire government, views its war on Gaza not only as one of revenge but also of conquest. As 2024 began, Israeli National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir told reporters and members of his Jewish Power Party that the war presents an “opportunity to concentrate on encouraging the migration of the residents of Gaza”. He added: “We cannot withdraw from any territory we are in in the Gaza Strip. Not only do I not rule out Jewish settlement there, I believe it is also an important thing.” Ben Gvir repeated this call, writing on the social media platform X that “the migration of hundreds of thousands from Gaza will allow the residents of the enclave to return home and live in security,” referencing the return of Israeli settlers to Gaza, who were evacuated in 2005.

A Three-Way Split in Marx21 — Which Way Forward for the Revolutionary Left in Germany?
Germany’s Left Party, Die Linke, is in the throes of a terminal crisis, after Sahra Wagenknecht and her supporters split off to form a new party. Wagenknecht is infamous for her social chauvinism: her scapegoating of immigrants, and her chasing of right-wing agenda points like vaccine skepticism. Yet as odious as her views are, Die Linke is in some ways worse: When announcing the split, Wagenknecht referred briefly to Gaza as an “open-air prison.” Dietmar Bartsch, Die Linke’s main speaker, responded by expressing his support for Israel. In other words, the split in The Left is between two-right-wing factions. For more than 15 years, the majority of Trotskyists in Germany have adapted to Die Linke. The party’s crisis has thrown all the groups attempting to ride on its coattails into crisis as well. The post-Trotskyist network Marx21 has now split into three separate groups. As we wrote half a year ago, this split was a result of years of adaptation to different reformist bureaucracies. Over the years, many members of Marx21 got cushy jobs in a government party. The most corrupt of them now run a for-profit company selling services to the trade union bureaucracy. FollowingPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


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Thanks News Anon




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Based News Anon

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at a BBQ and have literally no one to talk to, could you guys recommend communist literature from central Asia? (If you could send literature from Turkmenistan it would be nice)
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I know that feel m8, you have my sympathies


>I wish the heat could last forever
You are getting your wish.


yipee revolution!


You have to be American, surely. Noone else says this kinda stupid shit assuming it's the same season everywhere in the world


I thought it was one of the DDR anons that live in Germany 🙄

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I think in 10-20 years most leftists will be ultra-left and it will be the dominant strain of leftism and i think that's a good thing. we are kind of headed that way even if genZedong is very visible.

i have the feeling anarchism has never been as weak in my lifetime as it has now, classic ML is doing alright but "tankies" are seen very badly. ultra-left is pretty much the future

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>esoteric leftoid
Less than useless



> anarchism has never been as weak in my lifetime as it has now
literally dominant in every leftist movement in the last 12 years: Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter, The CHAZ, supporting NATO in the Ukraine-Russia war.
>you are an anti-communist
Focusing on an individual failing to follow a dogmatic idealist utopian vision, instead of an actually existing collective, working class movement…yep that's an ultra!
>Only the history the ruling class focuses on Great Men
very inspiring politics to explicitly define yourself against greatness! I'm sure the working class will listen to people who are proud of being weak armchair philosophers who have never accomplished a single thing


you are an anti-communist


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Just for the record, I'm not making that up. Fritz Wolffheim and Heinrich Laufenberg, the two left wingers who founded the nazbol faction of the KPD and gave rise to National Bolshevism, were part of the German communist left. They were also in the KAPD (German leftcom party). They even appear on leftcom histories: https://www.marxists.org/subject/germany-1918-23/dauve-authier/index.htm
Lenin also yelled at them in Left wing communism: An Infantile Disorder

leftcoms were the original nazbol gang


What does /leftypol/ think about the Polish referendums? The particularly interesting questions about the privatizations seem very strange considering PiS is supposedly a right wing party?
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Nah, they deserved it, but that doesn't make germland or white russia more legitimate states


Poland is just northern Czechia.


germany did katyn btw
but it was good and the USSR should have done it instead


And we'll do it again!


Germans did Katyn
They deserved it
The USSR should have done it more times

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I became an anarchist a few months ago, and it has changed my life. It saddens me, however, that the movement is very weakened, almost dead. Compared to state socialism, it is much less popular. Most people cant imagine a world without government and borders. The left in general, and anarchists in particular, have been losing the fight on the education front. Another problem is that since the 70s an individualistic trend was born, what Bookchin called "lifestyle anarchists", anarchism becoming a fashion, losing its social component. This is known as "post-left anarchism".

Fellow anarchists, what can we do to revive anarchism from its slumber? More than ever it is needed.
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honestly, it's not going to be like that, i think we need to have mixes of many things. One thing I wouldn't really love to see eventually is daoism-cell organization combined ontop of anarchist syndicates {maybe not entirely syndicalist, but idk} and other types of mixes in general, i think we're in a time of creative freedom, and that has to be combined on top of post-leftism and whatever split appeared here while maintaining what anarchism is mainly


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especially too very small micro-communities in lots of places that too, rely on each other, i've noticed there's a hypnosis community that actually fits this sort of lol, uhhh their stuff is kind of hot honestly, but like, it's something I never expected to see, THOUGH social experimentation like this is fucking amazing to me honestly, and I'm hoping generally they hold up, though that's not what I mean too, just so many things possible inside of like potential that can be sort of just spurred in online and while trying to connect towards other currents as time passes for stuff, i think this board here and other things kind of connect already to queer things, so the potential there is a lot always and people are always really creative, I love seeing it tbh


I just see anarchism as a stepping stone to real communist sentiment


you really think someone would do that? just go on the internet and make inflammatory statements to get a reaction?


>I became an anarchist a few months ago,
Nice LARP faggot.

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How do you become less racist as a communist?

I've been a communist most of my life, but I drank the far-right koolaid during the Trump era when English-speaking imageboards became a cesspool of fascism, and I've never really managed to get myself to fully reject the racism that I picked up back then.

Are there any Marxist thinkers that deal with this topic, or any interesting intellectuals to read that help unlearn this racism?
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It's a bastard-ass language because Anglecucks got invaded by the Normans, so it's half-Germanic and half-Romance. Or something, I don't know languages or Euro history that well.
>are you English-First-Language?
>how well do you understand the two fellows in vidrel?


You nearly got me.
Anglos own you tho.


Boring lib responses abound in this thread.
Instead, read Reza Negerastani's 'intelligence and spirit', as well as Fanon's 'Black skin, white masks'.
Race can very well be real. I don't need it to be a 'construct', or 'spook' in order to ward off the assumptions which racists tack on to the notion of real race.


anglos are ugly retards who wont rule forever


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>I tried so hard but I just can't. I hate hearing their subhuman language every time I leave my home. I hate their beady rat eyes
I hear that, also lol @ 'white'

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Hello comrades,
I've been reflecting on a poignant scene from the film "Pozegnanie Jesieni" ("Farewell to Autumn"), which, in many ways, encapsulates a personal dilemma I've been grappling with. In the film's climax, a Polish character attempts to recite Pushkin to avoid execution by a Russian communist. This scene, though fictional, resonates deeply with my experience as a Pole contemplating the broader spectrum of communist ideology.

I hold a strong belief in many of the principles of communism, particularly its vision for equality and social justice. However, as a Polish individual, I can't help but feel a sense of otherness within this framework, primarily due to the cultural and linguistic ties that bind communism to Russian nationalism. This isn't just theoretical for me; it's been a tangible part of my experiences.

In my professional life, I once worked in a predominantly Belarusian company. There, I often felt isolated during conversations conducted in their native language, struggling to derive meaning as an outsider. Similarly, I recall an evening in Krakow, my own country, where I was approached by Ukrainians who assumed I would speak Russian. While these are small instances, they collectively paint a picture of my apprehension.

My concern is this: In the grand vision of an international communist movement, where do individuals like me, with distinctly non-Russian cultural and linguistic backgrounds, fit in? The Russian language and culture have historically been a significant part of communist discourse. It's an undeniable reality that Russians, Belarusians, and Ukrainians share closer cultural and linguistic bonds, which naturally could lead to a sense of exclusion for others.

How do we, as advocates for a globally inclusive communist future, address these cultural and linguistic disparities? My fear is not of the ideology itself but of the potential cultural hegemony that could inadvertently emerge, sidelining non-Russian speakers and, by extension, their cultural identities.

I pose these thoughts not as a criticism of the movement but as a call for introspection on how we can genuinely cultivate an inclusive internationalist approach. How do we ensure that the cultural diversity of all comrades is respected and valued equally in our shared struggle? I am a Polish man proud of my heritage, yet I stand in solidarity with the global proletariat. But in this solidarity, I seek assurance that my idPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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Why aren't you as concerned about the fact that you just wrote this flawless post in a foreign and distant language whose cultural influence only started a mere 40-30 years ago manifesting itself in your region, that hails from states that aren't even bordering yours?


people usually prefer a distant hegemon to a nearby one. but I agree it's ironic


Yes, nothing unusual when looking at Poland or South Korea but the whole point is that OP has some paranoid concern about about some weird future scenario when right now his 'culture and identity' is being completely re-warped by the current cultural hegemon that is capitalist. They invoke history but what is the history of American capitalist culture or a hegemonic Germany interacting and reacting to foreign ones, hm? How did the Soviet Union treat minority cultures and languages? Wasn't it the Soviet Union that preserved Poland and Polish language from complete extermination from the Nazis in the end?


I'm in the U.S. so my only experience with this has really been with the occasional person whose interest in communism is bound up in being a Russiaboo, basically. There are some guys you'll eventually meet who are like weebs for Russia really, and call themselves communist, but also be Vladimir Putin fans at the same time. They tend be "alienated" types. Then they'll convert to the Orthodox Church or something. It's kind of like being a Star Trek fan. I've heard there are Americaboos in other countries, like some young guy who dresses up like Rambo or something.


>I can't help but feel a sense of otherness within this framework, primarily due to the cultural and linguistic ties that bind communism to Russian nationalism
there are none. Everyone who tries to convince you otherwise is a Duginist retard. communism is universally applicable.

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