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Hilo latino flacos, tratemos de mantenerlo mas activo que el hilo pasado. Ameribros as always we allow you to speak english, we are not Ukrainian fascists.

Para luego buscarlo en el catálogo:
Latinoamérica, Latin America, LATAM, /lat/, latinoamérica, latino américa, hispanoamerica, /ñ/
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>trolling Mexican /pol/ beaners just by being white
Hehehehe. What a sad country.


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Mileibros…it's SO over…


Que clase de grupos andas anon? jajajaja


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Jajajajaja misma pregunta


>Bet you adore Allende who effectively gave the country to the US on a silver platter because "humanism", "reform", "pacifism", "peaceful coexistence".

As opposed to Gonzalo who had the shining path oppress indigenous communities, massacre civilians and throw boiling water on children, on top of creating a cult of personality around himself.

Allende was at least gave us Cyber-Syn.
>Every successful socialist revolutionary that you picked for your top two tiers would have unironically laughed in your sorry face before pushing you down a well and high-five:ing their people's armies and cadres.

Fidel Castro had respect for Allende and even gifted him his ak-47 and offered him aid.

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"This person does not grasp class struggle; he has never referred to this key link. Still his theme of ’white cat, black cat’, making no distinction between imperialism and Marxism."


"He does not understand Marxism-Leninism, he represents the capitalist class."


Mao on dengbeetle
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*a retarded metric
*publishes his own work


>libertarians are retarded manchildren
<heh, im gonna prove these commies wrong by posting… a tiktok video of some e-celeb fag


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couldnt have put it better myself


you seem unable to actually build a argument.


(I should get my insomnia treated soon.)

Proletarians of all countries, unite!
Proletarians, oppressed nations and peoples of the world unite.
Us communists in the world are scattered and we have to unite, and we have to realize it in different degrees and [in] various forms of communist unity, within the international communist movement and within the internationalist revolutionary movement.
And in these moments of the 21st century it demands not only the proletarian militarized unity and the militarization of the international communist movement. In this sense, the militarized communists of the world and in particular the militarized Peruvian communists we reorder ourselves voluntarily and independently as militants of the glorious and victorious Communist Party of China, under the leadership of President Xi Jinping, continuator of Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin and Chairman Mao Tse-tung, applying mainly Maoism in the capitalist style in this 21st century, colluding and pugnacious for the sole hegemony of the United States and its NATO allies, through the unjust super-imperialist fifth world war.
Whether we are accepted or rejected does not matter, nor does it have any weight, we only fulfill our communist and revolutionary duty and obligation as militarized communists who are fighting armed and applying all forms of struggle to establish and consolidate world socialism and global scientific communism.
In addition, we close ranks for the Maoist faction of Chairman Xi Jinping within the Communist Party of China, within the Chinese people and nation, because they never abandoned Maoism and that since 1976 they apply Maoism in revolutionary style and capitalist style to remove from its foundations the rotten world super imperialist capitalism.
Maoism is universal and is applicable to socialist style and capitalist style. The struggle for socialism is not exclusively or only by the armed way and this is principal. It also requires applying all forms of struggle that are necessary complements. Passing even transiently to be principal in some moments, in a certain country and acting in direct or indirect coordination with the principal form of struggle which is the democratic armed revolution or the socialist armed revolution.
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let's get back to our roots. post banger quotes from marx, engels, lenin, stalin, mao etc.

>Bakunin has become a monster, A HUGE MASS OF FLESH AND FAT, and is barely capable of walking any more. To crown it all, he is sexually perverse and jealous of the seventeen year-old Polish girl who married him in Siberia because of his martyrdom. He is presently in Sweden, where he is hatching 'revolution' with the Finns.

Marx to Engels. 12 September 1863 (Marx and Engels Collected Works, Volume 41, page 492)
>Liebknecht is growing more and more imbecile in his South-German stupidity. He is not enough of a dialectician to criticise both sides at the same time.
>Jennychen [Marx's daughter] was driven to anger by that disgusting article in the Daily News, the officious paper of the Gladstone Ministry, in which this bitchy publication turns to the “liberal” brothers in France and cautions them not to confuse the cases of Rochefort and O'Donovan Rossa.
>Ignorant louts like Heinzen, who deny not merely the class struggle but even the existence of classes, only prove that, despite all their blood-curdling yelps and the humanitarian airs they give themselves, they regard the social conditions under which the bourgeoisie rules as the final product, the non plus ultra [highest point attainable] of history, and that they are only the servants of the bourgeoisie. And the less these louts realize the greatness and transient necessity of the bourgeois regime itself the more disgusting is their servitude….
>So far established right and the right of man “have amounted to the same thing”, so that Saint Sancho [Max Stirner] could reduce to nothing a struggle that exists outside his mind, in history. Now our saint proves that he is as keen-witPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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As long as class society exists, the war on the wild will continue


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this thread deserves to be archived after its done :)


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As a Chilean I am immensely disappointed with how he has run the country, he has completed none of his promises including the most important one of rewriting the fascist constitution of Pinochet and now the people who are supposed to rewrite the constitution as now all fascists due to his many blunders. I want to be hopeful that this can be turned around so we can at least see some social reform or socialist policies enacted but it seems that this is a far dream now. I am hoping that someone else here from Chile is optimistic
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He is an example of the new pseudo-left where he is only concerned with social values and image while only paying lip service to socialism/workers rights.


All the while neoliberalization is still happening under the hood.


lol you werent kidding


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since literally nothing was done that could put them apart, pair of failures
But what's worse, have a slow dog or a rabid dog in your bedroom? Having Dina till 2026 after all that happened makes one look to Castillo disgusted.
Is that Bill clinton or emantiated Epstein?


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Correction, I have already though of two advantages that Castillo had over Boric
Correction of the correction, those where lost because of the Dec 7th harakiri, back to square one


Bolivia faces water shortage as winter heat wave drives drought
A prolonged drought in Bolivia and one of the hottest winters on record is threatening to leave parts of the South American country short of water, including in the high-altitude city of El Alto, some 4,000 meters above sea level. Climate change is affecting glaciers in the Bolivian Andes that provide fresh water to the surrounding wetlands, springs and dams, with residents of El Alto, perched above La Paz, now only able to access water at certain times of the day.

Brazil’s Amazon rainforest faces a severe drought that may affect around 500,000 people
Many are already struggling to access essential supplies such as food and water, because the principal means of transportation in the region is waterways, and river levels are historically low. Droughts also impact fishing, a means of subsistence for many riverside communities.

Indigenous people march on Bogota to demand justice for killings
A six-month ceasefire with the largest remaining rebel group in Colombia, the National Liberation Army (ELN), which was celebrated as a political victory in August, has so far held. But a number of informal ceasefires with other armed groups this year have since collapsed, and violence in rural areas has largely continued unabated.

Protests against mining concession given to Canadian company intensify in Panama
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Arizona grassroots organization pushes to repeal state’s ‘Right to Work’ law
Arizona is part of the collection of states with right-to-work laws, which critics say are designed to weaken unions. However, a grassroots organization called Arizona Works Together is pushing to eliminate Arizona’s right-to-work laws from the state constitution. “We’re out here making sure that workers are not being undercut in their attempts to form unions,” Arizona Works Together Committee Chair Robert Nichols said. After speaking with union employees in the state, including those from Airport Workers United at Sky Harbor Airport, Nichols filed a petition to create what he hopes will be the “Arizona Works Together Act,” which would repeal the language in our state’s constitution that says no employee is required to join a union for a job. “We are seeing that Arizona workers are really understanding that divided, our voices are much weaker,” he said. “And together, unions make us strong.”

New California law raises minimum wage for fast food workers to $20 per hour, among nation’s highest
When it takes effect on April 1, fast food workers in California will have the highest guaranteed base salary in the industry. The state’s minimum wage for all other workers — $15.50 per hour — is already among the highest in the United States. Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom signed the law Thursday amid a throng of cheering workers and labor leaders at an event in Los Angeles.

Extreme weather could cause insurance rates across the country to spike
About 12 million properties may see premium hikes because of the risk of flooding, nearly 24 million because of potential wind damage, and about 4.4 million because of wildfire risk, per estimates from the First Street Foundation, a climate data nonprofit. Many homeowners may struggle to manage higher costs. About 6Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


Tales of Resistance: Public Services and Market Logic: In her latest column, Jessica Dos Santos explains the emergence of a "hybrid" between the state and the market.
The state had sent its technicians, but it was down to us to secure the necessary materials for them to do the job. In many ways it was like hiring a plumber, with the difference that these workers did not charge for their labor, beyond some arepas, juices and other elements of Venezuelan hospitality that they can always count on, even more so with people aware of how low wages are. So we have a mechanism that really allows institutions to provide quicker responses to issues, but it is taken by the market. Public services that are subjected to the logic of capital. It is worth pointing out that this “figure it out” recipe has always been more prevalent in the popular barrios or even away from the capital where services are more strained. Also, this public/market hybrid is not exclusive to basic services. Another example, and a much more despairing one at that, is what awaits us in most of the country’s hospitals. If someone needs an operation, the relatives are handed a long list of medical supplies to procure, from the most basic to the most complex things. Sometimes even the surgeon’s fees need covering.

UK universities at breaking point – A recipe for struggle
“It is a miracle that students aren’t rioting at beleaguered universities.” (Financial Times, 16 Sept 2023) A five-year-long industrial dispute. An endemic funding crisis. Record levels of staff burnout. The student housing crisis. It’s no secret that UK universities are struggling. But the extent of the crisis in higher education (HE) runs far deeper than many may realise. And no one – from government ministers to university chancellors – knows what to do about it. But one thing is certain: this crisis is a finished recipe for explosive struggle on campuses. What is referred to as ‘marketisation’ began during Blair’s New Labour government, which introduced £1,000 per year tuition fees in 1998, and then tripled them in 2006. But this policy was ramped up by the 2010 Tory-Lib-Dem coalition government, in the wake of the 2008 crisis oPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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Last month big news came from Niger. The military announced it had seized power and arrested the ProFrench President Mohamed Bazoum. The Constitution has been suspended and power transferred to a military junta. This was caused by increased unrest in the country, caused by the failure of the government to fight the ISIS insurgency and the endemic poverty that has gripped the country since independence from France.
Many nigeriens rightfully resent French neocolonialism over the country, especially since 2022 when huge amounts of French soldiers established bases in the country after they were kicked out of neighbouring Mali by a proRussia military junta.
After the coup was announced today, hundreds of procoup civilians came out in the center of the capital, waving flags of Russia and Wagner PMC and chanting antiFrench slogans. This seems to be signaling that Niger might be joining their neighbours Mali and Burkina Faso, who broke free of French control and established alliances with Russia after their French puppet governments were overthrown by military juntas.
Indeed, Mali recently removed French as an official language, demoting it to a "working language", while promoting only local languages to the official status. Like in Mali and Burkina Faso, this coup in Niger was followed by harsh western condemnation, and if the junta doesnt cave in to western demands, sanctions might soon follow like in Mali and Burkina Faso.
This is especially a problem for France, since Niger supplies up to 35% of its uranium. If Niger takes control of its natural resources like uranium, this could spell big trouble for French nuclear energy.

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>The people of Niger themselves are the ones who get to share the good deals offered by the US military and French industry.
No they do not. Any small "benefit" they get from this imperialist system is outweighed completely by the subjugation that the Nigerien working class to the comprador bourgeoise that intentionally stunts the country's development.
>"le evil white man oppressing le heroic black worker, liberated by Thomas Sankara spiritual sons"
That is bullshit, I ain't some multipolarity dipshit who thinks these coup governments are in anyway like that. It is not about race or even country, but the the economic mode of production we are currently in; capitalism and with it imperialism. The fact is that for these countries they will always be under threat of foreign imperialism (whether by America, the EU, China, Japan, Saudi Arabia, and Russia). Only total rejection of the capitalist system itself and the development of socialism can lead to the liberation of these peoples.
>Reality: US military and French industry gave shit tons of cash to Nigerien authorities to have access respectively to land for an airfield and underground for uranium mine.
<Nigerien authorities
^key word, western industry giving money to the comprador bourgeoisie. The workers never see this money and much of it is not used for the development of the country in any meaningful way. The workers are forced to work and live in poverty as the capitalist class in America and France get rich off their country's wealth and resources.

>And while people like you have some old 20th century obsessions with the west, imperialism, colonialism, etc. you don't realize that most of the wealth from Niger (gold) was actually extracted towards Arab countries, and that's much more likely a reason for the coup.

I don't give a shit about "west" or "east" dichotomy frog, imperialism is a global system and is still going on. You think you had a "gothca" with the Arab countries thing, but its not. I'm not surprised about that and it makes a good amount of sense given the current state of the world. Any country that is at that level of capitalism will engage in imperialism be it Arab, Asian, or AmericaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.



I'm defending a colonial project by… *check notes*… advocating for France to completely evacuate Africa as soon as possible.


/leftypol/ users are to dumb to not bite your shitty reactionary bait even though they have zero interest in the actual topic and want to argue with a reactionary, so I am asking you, can you please just fuck off back to /pol/ and take them with you?


Burkina Faso’s military rulers say coup attempt foiled, plotters arrested
>Military prosecutor says 4 arrested, 2 on run following reports that a coup attempt was thwarted by security services.

Prime Minister de Tambèla calls for “thinking about credible alternatives to the CFA franc”
>The Prime Minister of Burkina Faso, Dr Apollinaire Joachimson Kyélem de Tambèla, chaired, this Monday, September 4, 2023, the opening ceremony of the International Conference organized by the Center for Analysis of Economic and Social Policies (CAPES), under the theme: “Political and monetary sovereignty in the ECOWAS area: Should we continue the transition from the CFA franc to the ECO? ".
>Faced with the threats currently weighing on the sovereignty of African States, he invited us to think about credible alternatives to the CFA franc, with a view to clearing paths for real sovereignty for our countries. Participating in the reflection on the monetary sovereignty and political independence of ECOWAS countries is the objective of this important meeting. …..


informative post, thanks anon

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I’m worried about this stupid ass country because I live here and am too poor to move out. Knowing these twats are gaining any kind of influence over the situation here only has me even more shaky considering I went out of my way to see what they advocate for and avoided anything related to their leader so I could see what they actually do versus what they advertised. Unfortunately my suspicions were correct and they’re just another shitty corrupt neoliberal party advocating for socialist policies they’ll never move forward with to appease millionaires and trick wagecucks like me into thinking things are ever gonna get better.

I’m glad voter turnout and emigration rates among wealthier Canadians are so high here since they at least have the awareness that the country sucks and isn’t gonna suddenly become less shit on a state level in a single new term. What the fuck do I do to survive the coming years despite this knowing what’s about to happen?
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most people are pretty broke and struggling maybe we need to start busting heads instead of dicking about


this was a prophetic thread in retrospect. made before the sikh seperatist assassination, before the nazi scandal


Canada isn't a real county. Go there and you'll see they're just Americans LARPing. Canada is less a real country than Scotland or Wales kek.


As a "Canadian", HARD agree.


canada is as real as any other state is
do you think your precious nation-state has a bigger claim to "reality"? cuz it has le tradition made up by some petit-bourgeois intellectuals in the 19th and early 20th centuries?

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Here's why I think Trotskyism became so popular in the west. I'm interested in responses/criticisms/clarifications. I don't think I'm smart or anything, just trying to better understand.

(not a trotskyist either, this is not a defense of trotskyism but rather an attempt to understand how it became so appealing in the first place)

1. molotov-ribbentrop. we know now that the USSR was doing this for strategic reasons, but in 1939 this move came as a shock to many communists in the west when it happened

2. the assassination of trotsky. this made trotsky a martyr, and came only 1 year after the above. people back then didn't think like sociopathic internet posters "haha he got owned, god stalin is such a gigachad, i'm gonna draw him as a wojack getting icepicked!!!" they thought more empathetically, "wow stalin's main political opponent, a communist, and a jew, got killed in the middle of the holocaust, right after stalin teamed up with hitler!"

of course this isn't the truth, but this is how things looked to many people

3. the great purge. the number of bolsheviks who shed their blood to overthrow the tsar but made the shit list and got purged was many. seeing this, communists in the west easily got the impression that stalin and hence "stalinism" was some kind of soviet equivalent of the thermidor reaction, killing the revolutions' children.

combine this with the conspiracy theories that stalin poisoned lenin, lenin's testament, the NKVD poisoned yakov yurovsky, stalin was a wrecker who made it to the top, etc etc.

4. stalin teamed up with the american and british bourgeoisie to defeat hitler, then settled a negotiated peace with this bourgeoisie after WW2, complete with "spheres of influence." Even with fascism defeated, it was looking like Stalin was willing to compromise with the bourgeoisie. Everyone in WW2 had played their part in enabling Hitler. Even if Stalin only signed MR pact for strategic reasons, many in the west thought this was bad.
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That's definitely a big part of it, but likely not the whole thing. Some Trots did support the USSR, like the ones that eventually became the PSL. Some other groups that were the subject of major repression by the US government were actually hostile to it. Iirc the Black Panthers had a big Maoist influence and generally leaned towards China, and considered the USSR revisionist, but they were just as heavily repressed as the CPUSA, if not more so.


if they want to be anti soviet why not just be leftcom? why trotskyism considering its so similar to ML anwyay?


Trots still claim the October Revolution as their own, so I can see why it would be more attractive. Also you could maybe categorize the various intellectual trends of Western Marxism in the postwar period as a kind of left-communism.


because they haven't killed the messiah complex inside of them, leftcom is too fatalistic to them


>leftcom is too fatalistic to them
maybe bordigism but what about councilcom or communization?

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>The positions of Bordiga on the war seemed clear from an internationalist point of view, what we can judge by some testimonies of the time. At the beginning of the years 1940, Bordiga had affirmed, discussing with the socialist lawyer Mario Paone, that the enemy for the proletariat was always capitalism, in particular its most developed form, the North-American Capitalism: "Dear Paone, remember that Fascism and Nazism are the completely contingent and transitory forms of capitalist and bourgeois conservation, and that the enemy who is to be beaten is always the American imperialism."

Left-communists vindicated again - the opportunist Stalin rolling in his mausoleu- oh wait lmao
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>South Korea isnt an imperialist project because the US build their infrastructure and traded with them


Try not to make a false equivalence challenge: FAILED


No you're not alone, you have a pathology which is predictable and they expect from you.
You'll lash out at your betters in your anger, but luckily your life is meant to come to nothing.


i dont deny that but its still minor compared with the us/eu


I found his material explanation for the holocaust pretty good

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post instances of Wikipedia glowing, that is WP displaying blatant US/NATO propaganda or disinformation as facts
discuss ways of making WP glow less, including sharing sources that counter the glow. meta studies by reliable institutions are best
what to do if you discover radioactive material on WP:
>do NOT edit without logging in. otherwise your IP will be displayed. IP edits are viewed with more suspicion by editors. VPN or Tor IPs even more so
>DO register an account
>do NOT register more than one account per IP. sockpuppetry is not difficult to detect
>DO edit more articles than just those that glow. this helps build good reputation
>DO complain loudly on Talk pages. some articles are restricted, but Talk pages generally are not
>DO familiarize yourself with WP's bureaucracy. lib editors love referring to WP:OR, WP:SYNTH and similar to try and shut down discussion
WP editors are autistic, but not as autistic as the average poster here is. dedicated comrades can de-glow pages given sufficient numbers and patience
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is there a functional difference?


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the pages for the Waffan-SS Banderite given a standing ovation from the Canadian parliament, and the division he was part of, has some interesting traffic on them, as do their Talk pages
our favorite editor "Michael Z" shows up to defend deleting Hunka's page. he's being resoundly overruled however:


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>Michael Z
Caught this yesterday when voting on this, funny, full of keeps with this faggot seething impotently.
Really wants executing. People like this are why i do not have the mental energy to use wikipedia much anymore.


I want him/them to seethe more

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