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  1. Mari3L
    17th August 2014 02:02
    so how's the lifting going?
  2. Socialisme ou Barbarie
    28th July 2014 17:51
    Socialisme ou Barbarie
    Good job debating impossible the other day. I feel that these anarchists seem to lack any knowledge on Marxism, and ideology which they act like they hate.
  3. Five Year Plan
    26th July 2014 20:48
    Five Year Plan
    Well played, sir.
  4. Five Year Plan
    26th July 2014 18:43
    Five Year Plan
    FWIW, I'm pretty certain impossible is just a troll.
  5. Василиса Прекра
    25th July 2014 01:19
    Василиса Прекра
    Yesh, I just jumped on the bad ideas band wagon, kinda miss my old name actually
  6. Die Neue Zeit
    15th June 2014 08:35
    Die Neue Zeit
    FYI: "I have noticed a tendency amongst orthodox Marxists to sympathise with social-democratic parties. I don't know what the reason for that is though. Can someone explain why you believe this to have a causal relationship?"

    Personally, it's a polemical stance on organizing structure within the reformist electoral litter box. It emphasizes the differences between Continental socialist organization and British Labourism that was and is based on the trade unions. The more open and "populist" Continental model isn't tied to the hip to the trade unions.

    As to how it applies to revolutionary organizations? Well, given the emergence of the precariat (class or no), the same divide presents itself, and unfortunately the CPGB itself promotes the Labourite model as the organizational basis of a future communist party.
  7. Mari3L
    14th June 2014 17:24
    That is an understandable hurdle. I saw you in the world cup thread and had made a drunk post critical of all the world cup celebrating and then deleted it. Thought you might have seen it before I deleted it.
  8. Die Neue Zeit
    14th June 2014 03:54
    Die Neue Zeit
    Do I have it right this time, then?
  9. Mari3L
    14th June 2014 00:42
    did you see that awesome post I made
  10. Mari3L
    14th June 2014 00:06

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  • About Tim Cornelis
    Breakthrough/Doorbraak; Communist Platform - Compas
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    "Sweet potato tastes good; I like it"
    -- Mao Tse-Tung


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