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"Cᴜᴛᴛɪɴɢ ᴅᴏᴡɴ ᴏᴘᴘʀᴇssɪᴏɴ, ᴘʟᴀɴᴛɪɴɢ sᴇᴇᴅs ᴏf ʀᴇᴠᴏʟᴜᴛɪᴏɴ!"


Telegram General Zulanka to apply for the Korean Peoples Army today!


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North Korea condemns the advances of U.S. imperialism on the real life Korean peninsula to antagonize and threaten the Korean people north of the DMZ! U.S. troops out of Korea now! Peace, Sovereignty, Socialism! ☭



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North Korea contains 72 nations, the 180th most in the world.

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NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Socialist People's Democracy of GolanchiaCorrupt Dictatorship“Working Towards a Brighter Future!”
2.The Guiding Red Light of Marxist-FeministsCorrupt Dictatorship“In defense of Korean socialism!”
3.The Proletarian Republic of KazirstanLeft-wing Utopia“Order, Progress, Equality”
4.The Mass Line of ComradelandDemocratic Socialists“Raise your hammers high comrades!”
5.The Deep Red Line of Godless MunkyDemocratic Socialists“CatsCatsCats they are beautiful! All off them in fact.”
6.The Soviet Socialist Republic of MzundulaxiLeft-wing Utopia“Stalin did nothing wrong, kulaks deserved it”
7.The Grand Marxist Society of Greater Soviet ReichDemocratic Socialists“Viva la Revolución!”
8.The Communist Worker's Union of CarricoDemocratic Socialists“A revolutionary union in arms for liberation & equality”
9.The Socialist Technocracy of FerasdorCivil Rights Lovefest“Capitalism, cannot stand the might of the machines.”
10.The Republic of Peoples Pan-Slavic UnionLiberal Democratic Socialists“ перемещение вперед для славян!”
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Zulanka in NK wrote:Mao reconsidered

https://mronline.org/2017/10/18/mao-reconsidered/

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A short work by Mao mentioned in the article, a powerful indictment of patriarchal society:

Miss Chao's Suicide

https://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/mao/works/1919/miss-chao.htm


Excellent post comrade, good reading.

Greater Soviet Reich

Today We Celebrate the Time Canada Burned Down the White House

The British and American armies, supplemented by militia and First Nations warriors, pushed back and forth for nearly three years, temporarily trading territory along the Niagara river, and hitting each other at their cores.

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/today-we-celebrate-the-time-canada-burned-down-the-white-house-127844144/#hC9PJfFgUOBXZs3y.01

Kazirstan, Greater Soviet Reich, The undominated, and Kim Triumphant

Zulanka in NK wrote:The North Korea Neither Trump Nor Western Media Wants The World To See

What we hardly ever see in articles on North Korea is the human side, some of the faces among the 25 million people at risk of being murdered or maimed by an American-led attack. I was part of a small delegation that visited the DPRK, with the intent of hearing from Koreans themselves about their country and history.

http://www.mintpressnews.com/north-korea-neither-trump-nor-western-media-wants-world-see/233355/


I just noticed this was written by Eva Bartlet. I seen her speak on the Syrian conflict here last year.

Zulanka in NK wrote:
I don't think it's going to be easy getting the working class in imperialist countries behind a socialist project while being honest about the things we're likely to give up. Some of the people most obsessed with the goods and such you mention aren't actual labor aristocrats, they're those who don't much access to these goods now. Maybe conditions will simply have worsened to the point that this discussion won't be relevant in the near future though.


I've been thinking about this for a long time aswell. I think the key is to show that we don't necessarily have to give up anything, in fact the redistributed wealth will make the average person better off.
What about those things even the "aspirational middle classes" will gain like socialized medicine, housing and education?
True, people are afraid of what they might lose it we clear away the current situation, especially so those who already struggle to keep their heads above water. The less you have the more you stand to lose, relatively speaking. The capitalist schema teaches people to think like that.
I think a part of the revolution should be a "civilian" effort. By that I mean, regardless of whether there is widespread fighting or not, before the revolution is won, even before it starts, we should be trying to organise society along the lines we envision. We should simply ignore the existence of the state, organise a local rubbish collection, run it as a co-op of some sort, don't register it with the government in any way. That sort of thing, but on a bigger scale. We need to be able to offer better material alternatives and I don't think that's too hard.

Kim Triumphant

Can I request permission to move into this region...I knew a great woman marxist-feminist many years ago and I want to rekindle our friendship, while at the same time I want to learn more about this region's policies and beliefs? I have seen that many nations which join this region are later on permanently banned...which I don't want of course...so I am requesting explicit permission before moving to this region!

The undominated, Not Freien, and Kim Triumphant

Dune Cosmos III wrote:Can I request permission to move into this region...I knew a great woman marxist-feminist many years ago and I want to rekindle our friendship, while at the same time I want to learn more about this region's policies and beliefs? I have seen that many nations which join this region are later on permanently banned...which I don't want of course...so I am requesting explicit permission before moving to this region!


Greetings comrade, yes, you're welcome here. You can see the constitution and welcoming telegram upon your arrival to learn about regional rules.

There are a lot of banned nations as there are a lot of people who believe the bourgeois propaganda about the DPRK and troll here.

Dune Cosmos III, Not Freien, and Kim Triumphant

Dune Cosmos III wrote: snip

how gracious of you, but don't fear because....
I must not fear.
Fear is the mind-killer.
Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.
I will face my fear.
I will permit it to pass over me and through me.
And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.
Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.
Only I will remain.

THE DEFENDER ALLIANCE and Dune Cosmos III

Venezuela Regional Elections: Chavismo in Triumph, Opposition in Disarray and Media in Denial:
As the President of the Venezuelan Electoral Commission (CNE) read the results from the regional elections that took place on Sunday, October 15, one could feel the agony in the editorial rooms of mainstream media outlets. Chavismo had just won 18 out of 23 governorships, a result that, according to them, could not have happened. International observers praised the electoral process and opposition claims of fraud, while uncritically echoed by the media, do not have a leg to stand on.

https://venezuelanalysis.com/analysis/13456

THE DEFENDER ALLIANCE, Dune Cosmos III, and Kim Triumphant

The US military sent 816,393 bombs and ammunition to Guam to prepare for the looming threat from North Korea

http://www.businessinsider.com/us-military-sends-bombs-to-guam-north-korea-threat-2017-10?utm_content=bufferac392&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer-bi

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The "looming threat" of north Korea, what a load of boloney!

The undominated wrote:I've been thinking about this for a long time aswell. I think the key is to show that we don't necessarily have to give up anything, in fact the redistributed wealth will make the average person better off.
What about those things even the "aspirational middle classes" will gain like socialized medicine, housing and education?
True, people are afraid of what they might lose it we clear away the current situation, especially so those who already struggle to keep their heads above water. The less you have the more you stand to lose, relatively speaking. The capitalist schema teaches people to think like that.
I think a part of the revolution should be a "civilian" effort. By that I mean, regardless of whether there is widespread fighting or not, before the revolution is won, even before it starts, we should be trying to organise society along the lines we envision. We should simply ignore the existence of the state, organise a local rubbish collection, run it as a co-op of some sort, don't register it with the government in any way. That sort of thing, but on a bigger scale. We need to be able to offer better material alternatives and I don't think that's too hard.

There are goods that westerners are able to obtain at such low prices as a result of imperialism. This doesn't make the average western consumer bourgeois as some would suggest or change that they too are exploited, but not only labor aristocrats and the bourgeoisie benefit from this arrangement; westerners will lose access either to these goods at such prices or all together in some cases if the generation of superprofits is interrupted. Even among self-described socialists in the west there may be people unwilling to accept this. There's also the possibility of reparations that North American Marxists touched on as well.

I've always been a fan of dual power as a revolutionary tactic. In filling the gaps capitalist states are increasingly failing at workers begin to taste the possibility of a society organized this way. The danger in this however is the potential it becomes an end in itself and only alleviates the suffering of the working class under capitalism rather than ending it.

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