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  1. revolution inaction
    28th October 2010 20:23
    revolution inaction
    If they are capable of organising them selves then they don't need leadership.

    people who are corrupt or just want power for there own selfish reasons are indistinguishable from people who genuinely want to help.

    also many, if not all leaders become corrupted by power, and there is no way of telling who will and who wont beforehand.

    even if someone only want to lead fro the good of the people, they will be disconnected from the situation of the workers, and so less able to make good decisions.
    At the same time it is in there material interest to consolidate there power and to reduce the power and influence of the workers.

    Being removed from the dicision making process is dissempowering for the workers, and it alienates them from there work. they become less able to make decisions for themselves and more dependent on there leaders.

    so leaders are not only unnecessary, they are harmful.
  2. revolution inaction
    28th October 2010 19:49
    revolution inaction
    i said

    "on the other hand i am convinced that the evidence shows that people are capable of organising themselves without leaders, you apparently do not understand the concept."


    I really hope your a troll, i don't want to believe someone is really this stupid
  3. revolution inaction
    27th October 2010 21:27
    revolution inaction
    It's not a matter of faith, it is impossible for the working class to hold state power.
    1. the working class is defined by there relation to the means of production, if the workers hav control of the means of production then they cease to be the working class.
    2. the state is a set of hierarchical, top down, institutions which facilitate the rule of a minority class. by definition the state is incabible of being controled by the overwhelming majority of the population.

    no the other hand i am convinced that the evidence shows that people are capable of organising themselves without leaders, you aparently do not understand the concept.
  4. revolution inaction
    26th October 2010 01:53
    revolution inaction
    it's not possible for the working class to control the state.
  5. Muzk
    24th October 2010 19:24
    Muzk
    trololololol
  6. Muzk
    24th October 2010 16:32
    Muzk
    what the fuck dude

    you hit the wrong profile
  7. ComradeMan
    24th October 2010 16:21
    ComradeMan
    Hello.
  8. revolution inaction
    21st October 2010 19:13
    revolution inaction
    according to you the working class are in power in "Cuba, Angola, Nicaragua, Chile, Soviet Union, Germany, Bulgaria, China, Vietnam, North Korea, Yugoslavia, Yemen, Poland, South Africa,"
    i don't even need to respond to that.
  9. revolution inaction
    19th October 2010 15:47
    revolution inaction
    yes, i decided that there is no point trying to discus any thing with some so determinedly stupid
  10. revolution inaction
    19th October 2010 11:00
    revolution inaction
    this is your list of what you consider susesfull communist revolutions "Cuba, Angola, Nicaragua, Chile, Soviet Union, Germany, Bulgaria, China, Vietnam, North Korea, Yugoslavia, Yemen, Poland, South Africa,"

    i don't think i need to say any more.

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Posted 30th May 2010 at 00:06 by Charles Xavier Comments 1
Posted in Uncategorized
KKE’s Proposal – Solution for the Crisis
by Aleka Papariga,
General Secretary of the CC of KKE
(Communist Party of Greece)
May 12, 2010
KKE has always exposed, especially after 1991, the
deception concerning the ceaseless development of
capitalism, competitiveness and productivity with the
supposed common benefit for workers and capitalists
alike. It spoke of the inevitable economic crisis in all
the capitalist economies. It predicted the...

Posted 29th August 2009 at 19:10 by Charles Xavier Comments 2
Posted in Uncategorized
Written by William Z. Foster.
[COLOR=#000000][FONT=verdana]As usual, in the optimistic atmosphere of the upward phase of the economic cycle, super-heated soothsayers appeared to sing the glories of the American capitalist system. And this time to an extent never known before. The United States, they said, had finally overcome the contradictions of capitalism. There would be no more economic crises or mass unemployment. Mass production and high wages were the magic formula. Not Marx, but Ford,...

Posted 10th May 2009 at 03:32 by Charles Xavier Comments 0
Posted in Uncategorized
[FONT=arial]FOR A UNITED, MILITANT AND MASS STRUGGLE[/FONT]
[FONT=arial][I](The following article is from the May 1-15, 2009, issue of People's Voice, Canada's leading communist newspaper. Articles can be reprinted free if the source is credited. Subscription rates in Canada: $25/year, or $12 low income rate; for U.S. readers - $25 US per year; other overseas readers - $25 US or $35 CDN per year. Send to: People's Voice, c/o PV Business Manager, 133 Herkimer St., Unit 502, Hamilton, ON,...

Posted 15th February 2009 at 19:43 by Charles Xavier Comments 2
Posted in Canada
[FONT=arial] UNEMPLOYMENT TOPS 1.3 MILLION[/FONT]

[B][I][SIZE=+1][FONT=arial][B][I](The following article is from the February 15-28, 2009, issue of People's Voice, Canada's leading communist newspaper. Articles can be reprinted free if the source is credited. Subscription rates in Canada: $25/year, or $12 low income rate; for U.S. readers - $25 US per year; other overseas readers - $25 US or $35 CDN per year. Send to: People's Voice, c/o PV Business Manager, 133 Herkimer St., Unit...

Posted 11th February 2009 at 21:09 by Charles Xavier Comments 2
Posted in Lenin
[INDENT]…it is indisputable that a revolution is impossible without a revolutionary situation; furthermore, it is not every revolutionary situation that leads to revolution. What, generally speaking, are the symptoms of a revolutionary situation? We shall certainly not be mistaken if we indicate the following three major symptoms:
(1) when it is impossible for the ruling classes to maintain their rule without any change; when there is a crisis, in one form or another, among the “upper classes”,...
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