>>1490536>capitalism must be allowed to deterritorialize society fully before socialism can emerge
Already happened, like Frédéric Lordon said recently, "there is no alternative, but this time it is ours" because liberalism can't address fundamental problems like rising inequalities and climate change anymore.>>1490557>Those who do convert are usually pretty open-minded in the first place, a rarity in the age of the infowars.
Look at what happens in France, sometimes it's like flipping a switch, as neoliberals become more desperate for profits, they do shit that piss off normal working people, zoomers and boomers.
I hope some Americans realize the recent legalization of child labor by some federal states is a way for the ruling class to lower the cost of their labor, in response to increasing unionization in the US. I hope this realization will stay deeply embed in their mind. Maybe, one day, the switch will flip there too.>>1490561>They'll be radicalized when they're starving.
Perhaps, I hope so, we will go through the "things need to get worse before they get better" path whenever we want it or not I guess, but I think if Marx would saw the level of development of productive forces in our era, and how pacified we are, all around the world, he would write at least 30,000 pages to cope>>1490563
True. It's the opposite of Carlyle basically.