Based Strayan Maxist History Anon
It's okay anon, we'll just peacefully prote-
>>1092980>Can someone give me the rundown on what the establishment hopes to achieve with this?
State stability through "appeasement". I.E thinking that representative politics/ democracy is what will save us and having an advisory role, but offering no legitimate and political reformation/ policy change will actually aid indigenous people. This isn't getting into the fact that mining companies also support the "indigenous voice". It's another example of decolonisation being co-opted by libs and the state to serve its own ends, as opposed to giving indigenous people autonomy.
All in all, it's just a way for the Australian state to create an illusion of progress but doing nothing other than change the appearence of their government, thinking that if we have indigenous representation this will help indigenous people as a whole. >>1095047>It is an exhibition that charts the history of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people in Australia's armed forces.
Again, ties into the whole "if we represent opressed people in state institutions, we'll move forward as a country." Being Bisexual myself, I could give a fuck about gay soldiers, unless they're vets who've been fucked over by capitalism and are seeking to right past wrongs. Does it suck that homophobic abuse was levelled? Of course. Does this mean that we should champion LGBTQ people because they served our government? By this logic, let's invite cops to pride! Never mind that it was the Australian government which nearly passed the Religious Freedoms bill! Nah, it's alright, cos we got gays in the gov. Fucking unbelievable.
This shit reeks of American culture war bullshit, and I hate that it's found its way to this country.
sorry mate, took off the name.
tl;dr representation politics means sweet fuck all and provides little to no change.
These are all idpol distractions while Sleepy Anthony cucks you all at the Job summit.
>>1096058>This shit reeks of American culture war bullshit, and I hate that it's found its way to this country
Always have been.
The Virgin Bald Eagle vs the Chad Wedge tail
I've always considered it the national bird of the socialist republic of victoria
There needs to be an alternative to the ACTU because there are unions that don't like it. There are two international trade union federations: ITUC (run by the CIA) and WFTU (formerly run by the KGB, now run by the Greek Communist Party). Of course the ACTU is affiliated with the ITUC, but there is one ACTU member union (the CFMEU) that's affiliated with the WFTU.
There needs to be a WFTU affiliated federation of Australian trade unions. As well as the CFMEU, the Retail and Fast Food Workers Union would probably be interested in joining.
Unions are dead as long as they pretend the industrial relations laws in this country are legitimate.
when the socialist republic of australia is established we will be making one of these for every grave at the Kremlin Wall Necropolis
So green seem to not be 'wrecking' atm (At least so far as anything Labor does can be 'wrecked').
What does this mean if the two (Lab-Grn) manage to hold it together till next election? (Assuming some crazy black swan event like war with china / GFC 2.0 dosen't happen)
what do you mean "hold it together"? Eventually things will get worse and the ALP will give some marginal half arsed support which would just be enough for a re-election. I don't know what angle the Libs would be going for in the future though,I guess they're just waiting for an opportunity to get back in the public eye.
It's full of liberals
Since you're thinking that way anyway you probably have a liberal inclination so you'll be able to slip under the radar
Want to do some smooth entryist sigma grindset and report back to us what the fuck this fuckwits are up to?
Please put this video in the OP for the next thread.>>1106544
If you want electoralism, Socialist Alliance is better than the Greens.
RAFFWU better be careful with their small but steady success, I've already heard a few branches "grew" and suddenly pushed for more "conversations" rather than what they're doing right now…
Yeah, join a literally WHO "party".
Might as well just join SALT or VicSocs because at least then you'll get some bussy fr fr no cap
Ok Then m8 join the green party and report back to us
This is a good speech, but I think the CPA should practise what they preach in regards to reformism and revisionism
Automated production of videos
Remind me of how pre WWII the radical core of the KPD was high technology workers
Vic Socialists have a bigger public profile than the sallies in Melbourne
are there any good Aussie leftist podcasts? Like covering current events?
But why only Victoria? Kind of limiting going with that name.
Agreed, I think its just because they've got a base here and know they'd burn money trying to make gains nationally. Easier to start small.
Will the proposed Aboriginal constitutional rec' referendum pass if it goes ahead or will the 'DEFEAT, OF THE LOONY LEFT CRT DIVISIVE REFERENDUM' Be the foundation for the next generation of the 'Quiet Australian' mythos
Why the fuck do these people have to write in this style? They don't have to be as dry as Stalin or something, but they could at least WRITE like their not directly transcribing a casual conversation or some shit.
Any anons know what happened to our comrades here? Sorry for linking to Reddit.https://old.reddit.com/r/Adelaide/comments/waz31l/assualt_in_rundle_mall/
I know exactly what your talking about who you are
anon, because i recognise the Filename
Sorry about your current troubles anon, always tragic when something like that happens in the family.
I actually just took the filename from the /co/ thread. I'm doing fine
>>1109416>>1109425>Also>The absolute state of the /co/ thread at this moment.
if you want to understand the ideological mindset of the current ALP then sure, but the guy seems like a social fascist par-excellence.
>He has worked as a policy adviser and speechwriter on the staff of Kim Beazley, Simon Crean, Mark Latham, Julia Gillard and Wayne Swan, and has written speeches for many other ministers and opposition leaders at the federal and state levels. His current clients include senior political, business, community, public sector and academic leaders.>His debut novel The Last Man in Europe (Black Inc. July 2017) tells the story of how George Orwell wrote Nineteen Eighty-Four.>While at King's he worked as a conservator of the private book collection of John Maynard Keynes.
Here's albo's thoughts on him:https://anthonyalbanese.com.au/launch-of-dennis-glovers-an-economy-is-not-a-society
>>1108863>no-one cares about reddit
did you just assume my leftypolism?
link? lol. I wanna see the bluey discourse
Back in my day, we had foolzfukka and nothing
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