I couldn't agree with you on the RCIT more - I think they're sillies with their constant search for some "Arab revolution", and their framework is fatally flawed, but the response to that thread was sub-political guff, the sort of thing that makes RevLeft really tedious to read at times. Tim's explanation is also rubbish - as if other people don't post articles without comment, mostly riot and eviction porn and stuff from liberal magazines and blogs. Including, which I think was actually the nadir of RevLeft, an article about how some people got a hashtag to trend and it was a great revolutionary action. No, I think the people who posted in that thread (notice who they are and what group they all belong to) are just sad/mad because someone mentioned Israel.
Well, that, and she extolled female domestic labour in previous eras (when it "benefited the state", no less), claimed that marriage and reproduction would be governed by concern for the "hygiene of the race" - this means of course that people with hereditary diseases were not to reproduce - women who preformed domestic labour did no important work and should be forced into the factories, abortion was wrong and to be done away with, the "healthy instinct" for motherhood was to be encouraged etc. etc.