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The Marxist-Feminists of The Defender Alliance wrote:-respectful snip-

I agree. Ideological consciousness is vital to maintaining the revolutionary zeal that is needed to achieve communism. The Social Revolution begins even before the violent ne.

What do you guys think about the Left-Communists?

The Kropotkinite Anarquistas of Novsvacro wrote:I didn't mean the Proletariat unorganized. Revolutionary syndicalist unions and workingmen's associations of all kinds can operate as the vanguard. The centralization of power into the 'party' is dangerous; Giving the 'vanguard' leadership privileges only perpetuates class.


In the Russian revolution, the unions was a strategy in utilizing the full potential of the people in the context of the Socialist revolution. If it wasn't for the party, the unions would have never gotten the amount of ideological discipline out of its members. This discipline is one of the most crucial aspects in our pursuit for Socialism and peace. If you take away the party, you remove the safeguard from the people's revolution which acts as a barrier from opportunism and revisionism, and you'll eventually end up with complete and utter betrayal of the revolution.

Many revolutions have been achieved with the help of these workingmen's associations, these unions, however out of all the successful revolutions, they never acted alone. Parties have always and will always be the organizers of action among people.

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The Kropotkinite Anarquistas of Novsvacro wrote:What do you guys think about the Left-Communists?


Ultra-leftism? I think it's exactly what it sounds like, too good to be true. We all have ways that we wish things could be but material reality and practicality don't always lend well to these circumstances - but that doesn't stop the left communists.

It's also a breeding ground for factionalism, splits and division as no one can agree, everyone has different ideas, everyone is entrenched. We as Marxist-Leninists are often criticised by the ultra-left as bureaucratic or authoritarian, however past circumstances have made such qualities necessary (or such qualities are exaggerated because they're the left opposition).

Ill write some more about my thoughts tomorrow, but left-communists have been extremely damaging to the movement historically. It never works, it causes strife and fractures within the movement, it alienates the working class. The whole policy of "no compromises" is absolutely incorrect.

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The Marxist-Feminists of The Defender Alliance wrote:Ultra-leftism? I think it's exactly what it sounds like, too good to be true. We all have ways that we wish things could be but material reality and practicality don't always lend well to these circumstances - but that doesn't stop the left communists.

It's also a breeding ground for factionalism, splits and division as no one can agree, everyone has different ideas, everyone is entrenched. We as Marxist-Leninists are often criticised by the ultra-left as bureaucratic or authoritarian, however past circumstances have made such qualities necessary (or such qualities are exaggerated because they're the left opposition).

I disagree that M-L is authoritarian or bureaucratic. It's just admitting that you can't get to utopia in one fell swoop by waving a magic wand. It may not be the utopia everyone dreams of (no state, no laws, everyone just loves everyone), but it's the closest possible concept.

The February and the October Revolution in Russia were only successful as they were recognized communist revolutions, the former led and organised by the Petrograd Soviet, the latter by the Bolsheviks. In contrast, however, the Failed Revolution of 1905 had no real leadership or organisation (by this I mean no governing body, i.e. a vanguard party), hence why its title now has the first word attached. Throughout the 20th century, all communist states have come into existence through a revolution of some format, with a vanguard party in place to lead the revolutionary effort. The building of a vanguard party is a central principle of Leninism, and thus it shows that all Marxist revolutions worldwide have functioned on the basis of Lenin's ideas, and that they are all lose applications of Marxism-Leninism. Now left communism does not offer a direct opinion on the idea of a vanguard party, with some followers critical, and some supportive, showing that, in such an important aspect of a communist revolution, the theory either borrows the discipline from the Marxist-Leninist ideology (strengthening Marxism-Leninism and its ideas) or criticizes it, yet providing no real alternative, or not one that has ever manifested itself in the real world, thus rendering left communism, when it comes to revolution, either highly impractical or highly reliant on Marxism-Leninism.

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The Socialist World Republics of Communal Earth wrote:In the Russian revolution, the unions was a strategy in utilizing the full potential of the people in the context of the Socialist revolution. If it wasn't for the party, the unions would have never gotten the amount of ideological discipline out of its members. This discipline is one of the most crucial aspects in our pursuit for Socialism and peace. If you take away the party, you remove the safeguard from the people's revolution which acts as a barrier from opportunism and revisionism, and you'll eventually end up with complete and utter betrayal of the revolution.

Many revolutions have been achieved with the help of these workingmen's associations, these unions, however out of all the successful revolutions, they never acted alone. Parties have always and will always be the organizers of action among people.

Catalonia. Ukraine Free territory. Rojava.

These had no significant party distinctions and all have achieved or nearly achieved communism. Speaking of Catalonia and the Ukraine; both of those experiments were destroyed by Leninists. Even though the Catalan anarchists were planning an audacious offensive that would have linked the two Republican sectors, the Communist Party in Valencia refused to allow arms to flow North, presumably to keep the anarchist movement from spreading. The Ukraine Free territory military, under the leader Nestor Mahkno, drove out the Whites under Denikin, only to be forcibly integrated into the Red Army. I need not mention Kronstadt.

The Mass Line of Comradeland wrote:Ill write some more about my thoughts tomorrow, but left-communists have been extremely damaging to the movement historically. It never works, it causes strife and fractures within the movement, it alienates the working class. The whole policy of "no compromises" is absolutely incorrect.

It does work, actually. When has Leninism achieved full communism?

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The Democratic proletarian party of Sornian vanguard wrote:I disagree that M-L is authoritarian or bureaucratic. It's just admitting that you can't get to utopia in one fell swoop by waving a magic wand. It may not be the utopia everyone dreams of (no state, no laws, everyone just loves everyone), but it's the closest possible concept.

The February and the October Revolution in Russia were only successful as they were recognized communist revolutions, the former led and organised by the Petrograd Soviet, the latter by the Bolsheviks. In contrast, however, the Failed Revolution of 1905 had no real leadership or organisation (by this I mean no governing body, i.e. a vanguard party), hence why its title now has the first word attached. Throughout the 20th century, all communist states have come into existence through a revolution of some format, with a vanguard party in place to lead the revolutionary effort. The building of a vanguard party is a central principle of Leninism, and thus it shows that all Marxist revolutions worldwide have functioned on the basis of Lenin's ideas, and that they are all lose applications of Marxism-Leninism. Now left communism does not offer a direct opinion on the idea of a vanguard party, with some followers critical, and some supportive, showing that, in such an important aspect of a communist revolution, the theory either borrows the discipline from the Marxist-Leninist ideology (strengthening Marxism-Leninism and its ideas) or criticizes it, yet providing no real alternative, or not one that has ever manifested itself in the real world, thus rendering left communism, when it comes to revolution, either highly impractical or highly reliant on Marxism-Leninism.

Anarchists, however, have provided extensive arguments for how the revolution will be carried out. Such as in Berkman's ABC of Anarchism, Rocker's Anarcho-Syndicalism, and to a somewhat lesser extent Kropotkin's Conquest of Bread.

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