I am tired of political infighting with this forum and beyond. It is time we put forth a strategy which is wide enough to encompass all political intricacies and strong enough to move our class forward. This is my goal as of some time ago.
Yea now that it is getting more attention I think I agree. On another note I didn't just leave it to die, I intend on returning to the thread over the weekend and posting about some interesting stuff I read in Samir Adim's Essay On Peripheral Capitalism and replying to some other things in that thread. I probably won't reply to that one guy who thinks indigenous peoples are peasants because to be honest the rest of you replied to that well enough and I don't care to beat on a dead horse.
Hey do you mind changing the name of this thread into "The Indigenous Struggle" I feel like the current name is so long that it is off-putting and is kinda driving away some people who would otherwise look at it.
Hey I'm doing a bit of research for an article on the labour party and I am trying to look for the bit where lenin endorsed entryism into the labour party. Do you know where I might be able to find it?
Heads up - the formatting in your v. good post in the "Security Guards?" thread is all fucked up. Missing/misplaced quote tags. I wouldn't bother bringing it up in a message except that, well, it's a good enough post that it warrants fixing.
Hey there. I recently noticed you post on a thread about colonialism in learning where you said this:
"The Left has a very mixed history when it comes to colonialism. In many cases it's either been ignored or even been encouraged as part of a civilizing mission. When I read Rosa Luxemburg's racist garbage on Ukrainians I want to vomit."
Would you be able to link me to what Luxembourg said on the topic? As someone who's been studying the history of colonialism, I'd very much appreciate it if you could give me some links to this (and colonial apologists among the left in general, maybe).