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WA Delegate (non-executive): The United Socialist States of Chaego (elected 33 days ago)

Founder: The Marxist-Feminists of The Defender Alliance

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1.The Retired Revolutionary of Marxist-FeministsIron Fist Socialists“The Guiding Red Light”
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Good evening, comrades. I thought I would pop on over for a brief visit to comment on some of the interesting discussion going on on your RBM:

The Marxist-Feminists of The Defender Alliance wrote:Yes, things are pretty bad all over. The winds of change are blowing, perhaps the 2020's will be as interesting and revolutionary as the 1920's.

More interesting, I would say. We live in perhaps the most turbulent time in human history, a time when planet Earth as a whole is in a pre-revolutionary situation.

The Socialist People's Democracy of Golanchia wrote:I can only imagine that the bourgeoisie would use their nukes this time rather than cede ground to Left radicals. The state is far, far more dangerous than it was in Lenin's time.

1) The bourgeois will not use their nukes against a socialist revolution- they would die along with everyone else and even if they survived the initial blasts they would have achieved only to substitute "the common ruin of the contending classes" for the "revolutionary reconstitution of society at large." Marx declared that the proletariat has "a world to win," it therefore follows that the bourgeois has a world to lose. This world is lost to the bourgeois regardless of whether it is the thunder socialist revolution or the fire of nuclear war that claims it and the latter option would do far more damage to the bourgeois personally. Therefore, since we are aware that whatever else the bourgeois may be it is not composed of stupid or self-destructive people, the use of nuclear weaponry against a revolution is unlikely in the extreme.

2) The bourgeois cannot use nuclear weapons against the socialist revolution: they do not have the keys. The actual psychical implements to launch a nuclear warhead are interested to soldiers- proletarian soldiers. The military power of the state, as against a revolution, as declined drastically since Lenin's time as the peasantry has declined and the proletariat as either achieved majority status or gained an even more overwhelming majority (depending on the country) in society. There is a no longer the possibility of using a peasant army to crush the revolution in the towns. Nowadays, the bourgeois must convince proletarian soldiers to slaughter the proletariat and must do so in a world where it has gotten harder and harder to conceal the actual nature of a revolution. The possibilities of drowning the revolution in a sea of peasants and of sending soldiers to put down a revolution under false pretexts (*coughs meaningfully*) have sharply declined over the preceding period.

3)Let us say the bourgeois did use nuclear weapons against the revolution: So what? I know what that,sounds like, but let me explain- without a successful, worldwide, socialist revolution in the 'near' future (the next 100 years, let us say) humanity will go extinct. There is no hope anyway without a revolution, so the prospect of provoking the bourgeois into using nuclear weapons shouldn't serve to frighten anyone as produces the same effect as doing nothing at all and it better to die on one's feet than one's knees.

The Marxist-Feminists of The Defender Alliance wrote:Agreed, technology hasn't benefited the working class in the time in between us and Lenin, only the bourgeoisie.

On the contrary, technology has benefited the working class significantly since the time of Lenin. Not as much as it has benefited the bourgeois, of course, but in absolute terms standards of living have risen, medical treatments have improved, and so forth. Furthermore, the advance of technology has made the success of the revolution far more likely by proletarianizing ever great sections of society and developing the means of production to a certain extant (limited, of course, by capitalism which had become a fetter on the means of production before Lenin's time). One final note, even under capitalism, technology- such as computers- only destroy jobs in the short term and ultimately serve as net job creators in the long term. A correct position on science and technology is crucial for Marxists as the error of Luddism (opposing technology because it tends to benefit the ruling class to the detriment of the oppressed class especially in the short term) tends to resurface as an ultra-left deviation and can serve to be very discrediting to the movement.

In solidarity,
4years

I meant in weaponry and maybe social media has added a new dimension for us as well.

4years for a revolutionary today a rifle is still a valuable weapon as it was in Lenin's time, however the armored vehicles, night vision and modern rounds and armour used by the bourgeois state have advanced in leaps and bounds (drones, satellites, cell tracking, car tracking, etc..

Hello comrades.

The People's Republic of Zamosc wrote:One final note, even under capitalism, technology- such as computers- only destroy jobs in the short term and ultimately serve as net job creators in the long term. A correct position on science and technology is crucial for Marxists as the error of Luddism (opposing technology because it tends to benefit the ruling class to the detriment of the oppressed class especially in the short term) tends to resurface as an ultra-left deviation and can serve to be very discrediting to the movement.

Hello, comrade!
It's not TECHNOLOGY that destroy jobs: it's CAPITALISM - in a true socialist society the advent of computer would lead to lesa work hours, not to the destruction of jobs!
This consideration is totally unrelated with Luddism.
Your considerations, instead, seems strongly influenced by capitalist propaganda: destruction of jobs for the greater good of bourgeoisie is NOT a "normal" or acceptable thing for a socialist. Also, all statistics shows that created net jobs are less in number and generally worst payed than the jobs destroyed...

Well it seems that the reactionary capitalist founder in UCR has decided that leftism isnt for him and that our progress on being actual communists was too great. UCR has reverted to its final form, a capitalist paradise. We shall see if the UCR population interested in actual leftist action and communist reforms moves to a new region.

The People's Republic of Comradeland wrote:Well it seems that the reactionary capitalist founder in UCR has decided that leftism isnt for him and that our progress on being actual communists was too great. UCR has reverted to its final form, a capitalist paradise. We shall see if the UCR population interested in actual leftist action and communist reforms moves to a new region.

Some already have.

The People's Republic of UCR Bloodia wrote:Some already have.

Whats the new region? Or are they just merging into existing ones?

The People's Republic of Comradeland wrote:Whats the new region? Or are they just merging into existing ones?

The ones who have moved have moved to Das Kommune.

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