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A liberal revisionist social fascist professor and welfare leech was teaching a class on Norway, a first-world imperialist stronghold.

"Before the class begins, you must get on your knees and worship Norway and accept that it was the most socialist society the world has ever known, even more socialist than the Soviet Union!"

At this moment, a brave, dialectical materialist, anti-revisionist marxist-leninist-hoxhaist-maoist who had watched over 1500 Hakim and Second Thought videos and understood the necessity of a planned economy and fully supported all executions ordered by Comrade Lavrentiy Beria stood up and held up a copy of Rosa Luxemburg's Reform or Revolution.

"Is the minimum wage socialist?"

The arrogant professor smirked quite Jewishly and smugly replied "Of course it is you stupid dogmatist!"

"Agreed. As Rosa Luxemburg said, a minimum wage would be impossible under capitalism, because it conflicts with the laws of the capitalist system, the bourgeoisie would never allow it. So if Norway is socialist, why doesn't it have a minimum wage?"

The professor was visibly shaken, and dropped his chalk and copy of Capital in the 21st Century. He stormed out of the room crying those socdem crocodile tears. The same tears the moderate wing of fascism cries for the "poor" (who will never rise up and overthrow the government if they get free healthcare and college) which it tries in vain to help through a system that could only ever be temporary, unlike socialism in Russia, which still exists today. There is no doubt that at this point our professor, Martin Luther King Jr, wished he had read Lenin and become more than a reformist class-collaborationist professor.

The students applauded and all registered PSL that day and accepted Joseph Stalin as their lord and savior. An eagle named "Dictatorship of the Proletariat" flew into the room and perched atop the Russian flag and shed a tear on the chalk. Concerning the International Situation was read several times, and Karl Marx himself showed up and established a one-party state following the correct ideological line all across the country.
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> dont forget that the union movement is massive in america

In the united states? Really?



No it is not. You are wrong.


quit name-dropping timeless philosophers to make urself look smart


>The arrogant professor smirked quite Jewishly

you forgot to edit the copypasta to say he smirked quite revisionistly


Am I the only one who feels like the world just isn't fun anymore?

I'm now in the middle of my 30s and remember how much fun things were back between 2010-2016. People had a sense of humour back then. You could be authentically edgy and people wouldn't look at you like you were the most despicable person in the world. People didn't hate you if you were enjoying your life or had a warm outlook on everything. Now it feels like everyone has turned into a giant malignant asshole or stick-in-the-mud who despises everything and anything. You're not "allowed" to be curious. You're not "allowed" to be funny or edgy. You're not "allowed" to enjoy little pleasures without being condemned.

If I had to pin the blame on anything, I'd say Trump, covid, and now the dual wars of Ukraine and Gaza have ripped the fun out of everything. Sure, the economy collapsed back in 2008, but those of us who were adults or nearly-adults at that time had ways of dealing with it that simply don't exist now. We still had fun. We had spaces we could go to where we could enjoy life in spite of the failed economy and uncertainty about our futures. Now it feels like there's zero outlet to deal with anything and everyone knows the ship has almost completely sunk.

I hate it. I don't even think it's an age thing really because people ten or 15 years younger than me are just as nasty and malignant as people in my age group. I want to go back to a simpler time.
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>Things simply went down the shitter from 2012 onwards
is 2012 the new 2007 now


im sure your pet cats will keep you happy well into your 50s
kek to you, sir!


i hate cats


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you're overthinking. offline people aren't the way you describe. i prescribe grass. both the kind you touch and the kind you smoke


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all the videos i make i post on imageboards. because that's where it makes sense to post them. i don't expect google to host a masterpiece like cheka_twist_his_nuts.mp4


does this song that sticking out your gyatt for the rizzler is a parody of promote a toxic view of romance


Moved to >>>/music/12147.

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>Prior to this, efforts like "The Ballad of Donald White" and "The Death of Emmett Till" had been fairly simplistic bouts of reportage songwriting. "Blowin' in the Wind" was different: for the first time, Dylan discovered the effectiveness of moving from the particular to the general.

>a song as vague as "Blowin' in the Wind" could be applied to just about any freedom issue.

Isn't something that can be applied to anything, bad? In capitalism, vagueness is more profitable as they can be used more seamlessly

But doesn't that kill uniqueness


to be "vague" means it can be universal. Maybe it will not be unique, but will still hold ground for centuries. "Blowing in the wind" is a music of change, and the world is always changing. "Ms tambourine man", a song about the misery of the world, still talks about the overall world of today, etc, etc.
You can say this practice was used even before capitalism. Religious text books, parables, were so vague, and did not represent any moment or people in particular, that even today people from all around the world, from the most different of backgrounds and views, can identify and justify their behavior with the little information they got from those texts. This vagueness that makes it open for relativization, is what makes it useful to justify a variety of things, and make people all over the world identify with its content.


you make a good argument

reading more about his songs

>Less than a month after Dylan recorded the song, President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. The next night, Dylan opened a concert with "The Times They Are a-Changin'"; he told biographer Anthony Scaduto, "I thought, 'Wow, how can I open with that song? I'll get rocks thrown at me.' But I had to sing it, my whole concert takes off from there. I know I had no understanding of anything. Something had just gone haywire in the country and they were applauding the song. And I couldn't understand why they were clapping, or why I wrote the song. I couldn't understand anything. For me, it was just insane

this guy is so high

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Did you wish your mother a 'Happy Mother's Day' today?

I did not.
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Yes, we've had our disagreements in the past but we are bonded to family by blood. She's still my mom. And she contended with some real shit circumstances over the course of becoming a mother. I still have to thank her for her role in molding me into the person I am today during my most formative years.


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>Did you wish your mother a 'Happy Mother's Day' today?


I'm not American, we celebrate it on another day.



No, since the true Mother's Day is March the 8th, not the 2nd Sunday of May or the like.

Women had helped mankind's livelihood.

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I want accountability. I'm fat, impatient, lazy, and undisciplined. In this thread, I'll catalogue my process from weak useless parasite, to strong paragon of the proletariat.

I'll post here everyday with updates.

My goals are to reach and maintain my weight, exercise regularly, and make a certain amount of money every day.

I'll add more detail later on. Feedback is welcome all along the way.
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looking forward to this haul


>useless parasite
>paragon of the proletariat
This is extremely fucking spooked. But you are a weakling, thanks for pointing this out.
>morally superior food


Good luck, OP


proteinbros… is it over?
based agrochemist telling me the human body needs 10g/day protein
also really interesting stuff about ammonium nitrate pollution in the air amidst other stuff i already knew, not done yet, check it out


I just remembered this "shards of broken glass" comment and came back to post this from the Upanishads (cited after Wikipedia actually, don't sue me)

He who sees himself in all beings,
And all beings in him,
attains the highest Brahman,
not by any other means.

—Kaivalya Upanishad 10

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Me on the right.

Pls sar what da phuck is dis
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My brother in god (who is a femdom), I look up femdom tag on motherless and this came amongst the results, I click on it and it sends me to a rabbit hole of race femdom.
Some hindutvas are so politically horny I'm honestly impressed


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Daily motivation lads
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Thankfully, Engels was too much of a communist to place unneeded attention to it and do stuff like i.e. advocate tenant unionism. In fact he refutes its principles here by pointing out that the struggle between tenant and landlord is merely a simple commodity sale, hence beyond the bounds of class struggle:


Landlords in the early stages of bourgeois society were a separate class, which monopolized the land and consequently, owing to this monopoly, were able to derive a portion of the surplus-value indirectly in the form of ground-rent. Marx describes this mechanism in Capital vol 3. With the development of capitalism there's no distinct class like this left, most bourgeois directly own their own properties or lease them from other capitalists.


yes, but in vol.3 he speaks about how the landlord (in his own time) exploits the capitalist by renting land, which has to be paid off from the surplus originally generated by the proletariat, so it incurs what i like to think of as a "super-exploitation" of the proletariat (the same way high taxes on capitalist as rents of the state could overwork proles to make up for losses).
the concept of superexploitation makes sense to me this way where landlords today dont provide a service that represents its Value in exchange. prices are supposed to level out at their Values according to marx, but housing rents are clearly artificial commodities that unfairly move money into the bourgeoisie, which is why i would say landlordism is one of the heights of class war, which is why one of the most pressing issues for society as a whole is the housing crisis.
but yes i also agree with the historical existence of the pre-capitalist landlord whose rate did pertain to ground rents (and in feudalism this was rendered unto the peasants who shared the land of the lord).


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and also on the point of the nuclear family being a composite of capitalist relations, i would say that it more resembles the landlord than the employer. when you are young ofc you have chores but as you get older your own money is taken from you as rents that your parents waste away.
so i would again say that the landlord is part of the bourgeoisie but is also a contradictory element (the same as the "money-capitalist" banker) in being someone who commands to make money from money they put in to investment and not production.
so a landlord expects revenue from his property and a banker expects returns on his loans, but only the capitalist employer is extracting the surplus value possible to maintain the bourgeoisie as a whole
so my idea is that landlords and bankers are the super-exploiters while our employers are our regular exploiters, and again, our lived and popular experience is that the people hate landlords and bankers much more than they hate small business guys or even CEOs
so the class war is also an infra-class war


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I would say however that there is a sublation of the old provincial master in the state itself, which also sustains itself through the rents of taxation. Taxes used to largely be voluntary but are necessary today for the state's own position. This i would say has bred public servants but also "politicians" as a member of the super-exploiters, certainly within their place in the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie. And we have to acknowledge the dissatisfaction the public has with these types as well.
So that completes the unholy trinity of super-exploiters: bankers, landlords and politicians, who all extract surplus value from renting rather than producing.
They are the unproductive ruling classes.>>533029

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>no bjd doll to brush hair
>no bjd doll to buy cute clothes for
>no bjd doll to take outside and take nice slice of life cute pictures
>no bjd doll to secretly kiss on forehead when no one is around
Why do I even go on?? I will never be able to hoard all the commodities I crave!!!!!!
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But that's far too embarrassing!


The need for cuteness in our lives!


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Eat shit weeb lol


>state mandated bjd doll

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I want /r9k/ but leftwing and less self pitying. Anyway, here's Semi-Charmed Life by Third Eye Blind
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>but proletarian men are not a part of a patriarchy
has this uygha ever read marx in his life


At the very least, it's something constructive to the conversation rather than a sudden baggage dump of accusing others of being "women who divorce-rapes le nice guy" stereotype.


you're spewing blatant lies so I assumed doing something more than insulting you would be a waste of my time




motherfucker I nearly spitted my water

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