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Antifa Luxemburgist Communist Collective RMB

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Founder: The Ṣạdiyqiym Bərẹsəlōḇ-ʿẠkkō of Democratic Communist Federation

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Largest Welfare Programs: 24th Most Compassionate Citizens: 25th Nicest Citizens: 33rd+36
Least Corrupt Governments: 36th Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 40th Most Inclusive: 41st Most Pacifist: 54th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 58th Highest Workforce Participation Rate: 62nd Best Weather: 85th Most Cheerful Citizens: 90th Safest: 97th Longest Average Lifespans: 99th Most Advanced Public Education: 117th Most Beautiful Environments: 119th Highest Average Tax Rates: 119th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 120th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 122nd Most Developed: 159th Largest Governments: 239th Most Rebellious Youth: 305th Highest Poor Incomes: 329th Healthiest Citizens: 414th Smartest Citizens: 432nd Lowest Crime Rates: 495th Most Secular: 562nd Most Advanced Public Transport: 570th Highest Drug Use: 636th Largest Publishing Industry: 650th Most Subsidized Industry: 736th Most Cultured: 826th Most Efficient Economies: 862nd Most Extensive Civil Rights: 1,122nd Highest Average Incomes: 1,273rd Most Politically Free: 1,330th Most Scientifically Advanced: 1,510th Largest Information Technology Sector: 1,566th Most Income Equality: 1,660th Nudest: 1,684th
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The Autonomist Antifa movement, or antifascism, opposes the domination of subaltern or marginalized peoples. Autonomism is anti–authoritarian communism. The Antifa Luxemburgist Communist Collective™ (ALCC™) or Antifa Luxemburgism™—as a unifying agent of left regroupment—engages in protection and defense, never aggression and offense. ALCC’s left refoundation is based upon LinkMarxist–Luxemburgist libertarian communism and uses LinkBhaskarian critical realism as metatheory with Linkintersectionality and world–systems analysis as key critical frameworks. Our website is Linkwww.Antifa.red. Although we do not accept other individual member nations into this region, embassies with non–fascist or anti–fascist regions are warmly welcomed and invited. Telegram us.


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Embassies: NS Region Fleet HQ, The Embassy, Misanthropic Bloc, Freedom and Justice Alliance, The Union of Nations, The Great Universe, Communist Alliance, Universal State League, Hippy Haven, The League of Socialist States, Lardyland, The International Communist Union, leftypol, Sufism, International Socialism, SECFanatics, and 3 others.Democratic Socialist Alliance, Trotsky League, and The Revolutionary Communist Alliance.

Construction of embassies with Union of Liberal Nations has commenced. Completion expected .

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Antifa Luxemburgist Communist Collective is home to a single nation.

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1.The Ṣạdiyqiym Bərẹsəlōḇ-ʿẠkkō of Democratic Communist FederationLeft-wing Utopia“Free speech is speech which frees the dominated!”

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Antifa Luxemburgist Communist Collective Regional Message Board

Some communists support the state and others (including anarcho-communists and some libertarian Marxists, such as autonomist Marxists and council communists) want to see the state abolished (ASAP).

Other libertarian Marxists, such as Luxemburgists (i.e., including myself), are libertarian on an authoritarianism-libertarianism scale but do not object to a democratic proletarian state (at least on a temporary basis).
Marxist-Leninist-Stalinists are generally statists.

Trotskyists are all over the map on this issue. A good acquaintance of mine, for example, is a libertarian Trotskyist. I used to be a Trotskyist, and he and I get along quite well.

I have one class where all of my students have selected the NationStates semester exam. For the most part, they are having a good time.

A little secret:

Should a fascist, or anyone for that matter, wish to debate with you on their terms, flatly refuse. Should you consent, they will win. They know their rules much better than you do. Long after you are frustrated, they will be talking up a storm. Insist that they they dialogue with you following your own directions. Lay out a regimen, and never back down. Deftly lead them onto your turf of familiarity. Set out guidelines, and topics for discussion, which work to your advantage. In many cases, an unjustified self–confidence, sometimes conceit, will seduce the other person into acceding to your demands. At that point, the dispute has ended. You have now won the argument before it even got started.

Arguably, fascism is a form of liberation but altogether the wrong kind. Many fascists, oddly enough, apparently wish to liberate the oppressor from the oppressed. This pseudo–deliverance is unequivocally opposed by the Antifa Luxemburgist Communist Collective. Some fash crudely misappropriate the language and symbols of the Left, including populist references to revolution and the utilization of a fist clenched in solidarity. These confiscations, perhaps intended to hoodwink certain less informed people, may occasionally be successful. However, Antifa activists should persevere in an alertness to such deceptive activities and, when appropriate, directly and decisively challenge them. An indispensable facet of any effective praxis—which is far more important than one’s chosen leftist current—must be intellectual warfare.

To emphasize my Jewish bona fides and Jewishness (Yiddish, יִידִישְׁקַיְיט, Yiyḏiyšəqạyəyṭ or Yiddishkeit), although I am a Levite (Hebrew, לֵוִי, Lēwiy, “joined” priestly tribe), a bar mitzvah (modified Hebrew, בַּר מִצְוָה, bạr miṣəwāh, “son of commandment”), and the child of two Ashkenazi (Hebrew, אַשְׁכְּנַזִּי, ʾẠšəkənạzziy, “German Rhinelander,” i.e., someone descended from Yiddish/Yiyḏiyš–speaking European Jews) parents, I do not practice Judaism. The term is rendered below into numerous languages:

• Yạhăḏūṯ (Hebrew/ʿIḇəriyṯ, יַהֲדוּת)
• Yahūdiyyaẗ (Arabic/ʾArabiyyaẗ;, يَهُودِيَّة)
• Yəhudinätə (Amharic//ʾÄmarəña, ይሁዲነት)
• Ýahūdiýat (Persian/Fār°sí; and Pashto/Paṣ̌°tū, یَهُودِیَت)
• Yahūdiyat (Sindhi/Sin°dʱī يَهُودِيَت)
• Ýahūdiýýat (Urdu//ʾUr°dū, یَہُودِیَّت)
• Ýahūdí D°harama (Shahmukhi Punjabi/Šāh Muḱ°hí Pun°ǧābí, يَھُودِي دْھَرَمَ)
• Yahūdī Dharama (Garamukhi Punjabi/Guramukhī Pajābī, ਯਹੂਦੀ ਧਰਮ)
• Yahūdī Dharma (Hindi/Hiṃdī, यहूदी धर्म)
• Yūtam (Tamil/Tamiḻ, யூதம்)
• Ihudīdharmamata (Bengali/Bāṅāli/Bānlā, ইহুদীধর্মমত [MP3])
• Musevîlik or Yahudilik (Turkish/Türk Dili)
• Yóutàijiào (Mandarin Chinese/Zhōngguó–Guānhuà, 犹太教)
• Yudaya Kyō (Japanese/Nihongo, ユダヤ教)
• Yut’aegyo (Korean/Han’gugŏ/Chosŏnmal, 유태교)
• Đạo Do Thái (Vietnamese/Tiếng Việt)
• Judaïsme (French/Français )
• Judaísmo (Spanish/Español, Portugese/Português, and Esperanto)
• Yehudisma (Lingwa de Planeta/Lidepla/LdP)
• Ġudaiżmu (Maltese/Malti)
• Judaizmus (Hungarian/Magyar Nyelv and Slovak/Slovák)
• Judaismus (Czech/Čeština)
• Jødedommen (Danish/Dansk and Norwegian/Norsk)
• Judendom (Swedish/Svenska)
• Juutalaisuus (Finnish/Suomi)
• Judentum (German/Deutsch)
• Jodendom or Judaïsme (Dutch/Nederlands)
• Ioudaïsmós (Modern Greek/Néa Ellēniká, Ιουδαϊσμόσ)

Tomorrow, for me, begins what I hope will be a long, hot summer. (I gave my last final exam today.) ¡Viva la revolución! (Spanish), Vive la révolution! (French), Viva la rivoluzione! (Italian), Viva a revolução! (Portugese), Visca la revolució! (Catalan), Viu in rivuluzione! (Corsican), Lang leve de revolutie! (Dutch), Lang lebe die Revolution! (German), Lank leef die rewolusie! (Afrikaans), Lang libje de revolúsje! (Frisian), Længe leve revolutionen! (Danish), Långt leva revolutionen! (Swedish), Lang lev revolusjonen! (Norwegian), Taḥ°yā ʾal–ṯaw°raẗ! (Arabic, !تَحْيَا الثَوْرَة), Yəḥiy hạ–mạhəpēḵāh! (Hebrew, !יְחִי הַמַהְפֵּכָה), Zin°dih–i bād–i ʾin°qalāb! (Persian, !زِنْدِهِ بَادِ اِنْقَلَاب), Ḱ°rān°tí lam°bē samaýah taḱa rahū! (Urdu, !کْرَانْتِی لَمْبَے! َمَیَہکْرَانْتِی لَمْبَے سَمَیَہ تَکَ رَہُو ), Krāṃti laṃbe samaya taka raho! (Hindi, क्रांति लंबे समय तक रहो!), Lame cira kranti vica jiꞌo! (Garamukhi Punjabi ਲੰਮੇ ਚਿਰ ਕ੍ਰਾਂਤੀ ਵਿਚ ਜੀਓ!), Lamē čira ḱ°ran°tí viča ǧiýū! (Shahmukhi Punjabi, !لَمَے چِرَ کْرَنْتِیلَمَے چِرَلَمَے چِرَ کْرَنْتِی وِچَ جِیُو), Waɗā ʾin°qalāb rahan°dā! (Sindhi, !وڏا اِنْقَلَاب رَهَنْدَا), 🙵 Long live the revolution!

I just joined another region (Communist Alliance) with one of my other nations.

I must admit to being genuinely angry, to the point of crying, about the situation of all the Latin American children being kept in makeshift prisons (like Walmarts). I wish the dialectic would hurry up and end the capitalist world-system.

One of the other regions I belong to is in the process of electing its next leader. Change can be good, and I am confident in the likely new leader, but it is sad to see the founder of the region leave his position.

I am now second in command to the new leader in the other region. Meanwhile, another region I belong to is currently being raided. You take the good with the bad.

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