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  1. Inertia
    31st March 2014 16:32
    Been a while since I ventured in there, but I will check it out.
  2. impossible
    21st March 2014 00:22
    haven't read about that (do recommend some resources) but I suspect that it lacked what I consider a crucial part- the libertarian socialism.
  3. impossible
    21st March 2014 00:16
    are you sure about that, because it kind of sounds that it should be the other way around?
  4. Rakunin
    10th January 2014 09:07
    I never thought of it as a facepalm. The similarities between both photo's, though they were taken from a different angle and at different times and places, is striking.
  5. Creep
    4th January 2014 16:31
    Well thank you!
  6. Mr. Mojo Risin'
    4th January 2014 09:15
    Mr. Mojo Risin'
    He already has.
  7. Mr. Mojo Risin'
    3rd January 2014 09:40
    Mr. Mojo Risin'
    "Social Democracy harbors no illusions that it can directly achieve its goal through elections, through the parliamentary road. . . The first step of the coming revolution...[would be to]...demolish the bourgeois state" Kautsky (1881)
    Is that the one you were looking for?
  8. Mr. Mojo Risin'
    30th December 2013 00:25
    Mr. Mojo Risin'
    Do you have any online works that aren't on rev left? Im aware of your 'class struggle revisited', which I have read about a third of.
  9. Czy
    19th December 2013 19:27
    What are your politics man?
  10. Q
    25th November 2013 08:17
    As I have no real Marxist backing in the branch nor in the party, a higher up position would have put me before pressures of the party apparatus more. Being so low in the list gives me more time to work on building a base

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  • About Die Neue Zeit
    Eisenach, Gotha, & Erfurt
    The revolutionary merger of Marxism with the worker-class movement, strategically and linguistically
    Political Statement
    "It would be nearer the mark - though still wrong - to accuse me of being a [...] Kautskyite [...] In fact, overt [... ]Kautskyism would be a move to the left and an improvement in the politics of the [...] far left." (Mike Macnair)
    Sympathizer re.: CPGB, WPA, IWCA, SP-USA, and WFTU
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    (1) SURMOUNTS REDUCTIONISM, revisionism, and sectarianism; (2) Has, as its minimum goal, the revolutionary MERGER OF MARXISM AND THE WORKER-CLASS MOVEMENT; and (3) Has, as its revolutionary goal, the social-abolitionist rule of the working class - SOCIAL PROLETOCRACY!

    "You have to be a KAUTSKYAN on the question of organizing in "Educate, Agitate, Organize!" as opposed to "Agitate, Agitate, Agitate!" to get to the point of having a mass workers' party which can possibly pose the question of power." (Mike Macnair)


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Latest Blog Entry

Posted 8th June 2012 at 13:46 by Die Neue Zeit Comments 6
Posted in Uncategorized
Previous blog:

Sometimes blogs can be more conducive to agitation than education. The previous blog was educative, and part of a broader programmatic framework. This one, posted elsewhere online as a blog comment or a letter, aims to be agitative.


Some economically radical demands are more important than others, among them the proposals of left economists Hyman Minsky and Rudolf Meidner, and I feel these...

Posted 4th December 2011 at 02:49 by Die Neue Zeit Comments 0
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Demands, State Power, Political Struggle, and Economic Illusions

“At the heart of the problem was the Left's often uncritical embrace of one of the most oppressive, disempowering and alienating institutions that most working-class people ever have the misfortune to interact with in their lives: the modern state. At some point, the Left dropped its former aim of encouraging the ‘self-emancipation’ of working people, and replaced it with an aim that to most people seems like its opposite:...

Posted 1st December 2011 at 01:53 by Die Neue Zeit Comments 0
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There's organizational fetishism, and then there's organizational focus. This may evoke a kind of secular evangelism on the subject, but without organizational focus, one will never see a revolutionary period for the working class.

Organizational focus demands a synthesis of the best elements each lesser "form" has to offer:

- Immediate trade unions were formed in opposition to craft unions, organizing active skilled and unskilled workers on the basis of...

Posted 30th October 2011 at 03:01 by Die Neue Zeit Comments 6
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The Merger Formula: Ideology on Why Real Parties are Real Movements and Vice Versa

The previous blog, Real Parties as Real Movements and Vice Versa, explained the institutional basis for the title. This unoriginal yet long-overdue blog provides the ideological basis.

"It is evident that the worker movement is divided into two sections, the Chartists and the Socialists. The Chartists are the more backward, the less developed, but...

Posted 7th October 2010 at 04:12 by Die Neue Zeit Comments 3
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Real Parties as Real Movements and Vice Versa: Alternative Culture and Bureaucracy Revisited

"Social Democracy is the party of the militant proletariat; it seeks to enlighten it, to educate it, to organise it, to expand its political and economic power by every available means, to conquer every position that can possibly be conquered, and thus to provide it with the strength and maturity that will finally enable it to conquer political power and to overthrow the rule of the bourgeoisie."...
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