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  1. Workers-Control-Over-Prod
    30th October 2014 23:29
    Hey comrade, I don't think we've ever chatted.You have really good politics. I feel like your the only left communist I've met that I can identify with and respect as a legitimate position. Cheers
  2. RedWorker
    11th October 2014 16:36
    Works now. (
    By the way, do you think it would be more useful with a two-dimensional spectrum?
  3. RedWorker
    11th October 2014 15:55
    Thank you. However, the link isn't working (only 2 blog entries show up in your blog) and the picture in your album still looks small.
  4. RedWorker
    11th October 2014 14:06
    Tell me about workerist communism.
  5. RedWorker
    11th October 2014 12:25
    What tendency do you consider yourself now? Orthodox Marxist?
  6. RedWorker
    11th October 2014 12:16
    I once read that you were not a Marxist when you joined RevLeft. Which tendencies did you go through?
  7. RedWorker
    11th October 2014 11:35
    Where can I get a bigger version of this picture, supposedly made by you?

    Also, you put Juche on the left.
  8. p0is0n
    14th September 2014 00:53
    Thank you for your answers.

    I know it is hard to imagine how specifically the inner workings of socialist society will look, but how do you envision planned production in socialist society to be carried out most effectively? Would it not be ineffective and chaotic if all bodies of production acted autonomously from eachother?
  9. p0is0n
    11th September 2014 18:39
    Probably was just me misinterpreting what you wrote. I believe what you wrote was that command economy/planned economy was inherently flawed and resulted in low quality consumer goods, shortages, waste and stagnation and was insufficiently equipped to deal with wants sufficiently. Perhaps you were refering to state managed capitalism?

    What are your thoughts in general on planned economy/planned production in socialist society?
  10. p0is0n
    11th September 2014 04:25
    I've seen you criticize planned production -- how do you suggest that we carry out production in socialist society if not through planning it? What will determine what is produced and how much of it, and so on?

    Keep up the good posts.

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


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