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  1. The Jay
    28th July 2014 12:55
    The Jay
  2. Remus Bleys
    9th July 2014 19:03
    Remus Bleys
    13 actually. huh. how about words like sociopath or psychopath? "Crazy"? I mean I never really assumed that it was a serious medical term or anything (figured psychotic might have been but I wasn't sure)
  3. 870
    29th June 2014 12:07
    I hope that was "sorry, things worked out" and not "sorry, no one cares".
  4. Rafiq
    24th June 2014 23:00
    To put it shortly, the reasons given by for example the American Militia movement, for opposing the state cannot be shared by any Communist. Indeed we are the exemplification of all that is vested within the state that the reactionaries oppose. No one is defending the laws and authority of the bourgeois state, but at the same time we must make it clear that our opposition with the existing order and hegemonic ideology is vested in Communism and the interests of a class which exists uniquely as a social relationship within capitalism. Maybe a poor, and muddied example would be that the populares of Rome had opposed the barbarians all the same as the optimates, or that Thomas Muntzer's peasants opposed the Church all the same as the princes he fought against did.
  5. Rafiq
    24th June 2014 22:54
    A great many things that Communists take for granted were indeed achievements of bourgeois society, from the destruction of serfdom and feudalism to bourgeois civic values. Indeed rightfully we can point out the hypocrisy of western liberal democracies: But let's not kid ourselves, we take for granted things which did not exist in the past, which still do not exist in some places. The very concept of a central legal authority which possesses more power than the 'local', the family, small communities and confines of silent and unnoticed oppression, a central authority that establishes a universal code by which all, theoretically must abide by. These are things which did not exist before the bourgeois revolutions of the 18th century. Of course we should not be less aggressive in our opposition to the state, of course we call for the complete and total destruction of bourgeois society - however let's not attempt to turn back the wheels of history.
  6. Yet_Another_Boring_Marxist
    9th May 2014 03:54
    awwwww, ah well next time
  7. Yet_Another_Boring_Marxist
    9th May 2014 03:30
    hqi I see your on aim, join meh
  8. Crabbensmasher
    8th May 2014 15:09
    Hey, thanks for that suggestion about librivox. I think I would enjoy that very much!
  9. Remus Bleys
    29th April 2014 01:53
    Remus Bleys
    I'm glad you agree
  10. Remus Bleys
    28th April 2014 10:34
    Remus Bleys
    I'll send you the full pic on aim but it's cultist chan reimagined as Warhammer fantasy.

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