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Years ago I was a ultra-nationalist, deeply conservative pseudo-fascist who was infatuated with Right-Wing libertarian loser Glenn Beck. During one episode of his television program, back when Fox hosted, I remember him lashing out towards a supposedly Maoist quote pertaining to suicide. The exact words are presently lost on me but the intent of the passage was something to the effect of: “death is not an issue in China… one person’s suicide is like
It is often assumed that communism equates liberation for the whole of humanity from the shackles of oppression; this includes Persons of Color, Women, and, of course, Queer people. Yet is this set in stone? When a communist mode of production is realized and class society has disintegrated does this automatically entail equality for oppressed and minority groups? Just the same, is the inverse true: is a classless society which still oppresses Queer people (and others) “communist” even when classes
Not too long ago a prominent ultra-conservative radio show host defended Russia’s anti-gay propaganda law by claiming that the Russian government is simply being “homo-realistic”, that they are accepting the reality of homosexuality and taking preventive efforts to stop an “unhealthy lifestyle”. Reading this excuse for blatant bigotry brought me back to reactionary politics in general and reminded me of the “Race Realists” who pander the same dribble regarding Colored Persons.
When speaking of a broad revolutionary movement composed of a mass of persons hailing from all walks of life it is important to remember privilege. Not privilege in the sense of one group being entitled to more of a voice than another but of the exact opposite: of one group’s voice being suppressed from another’s societal birthright.
There are many kinds of privileges, all of which are harmful to successfully forging a workable mass-movement. For the sake of simplicity
Recently I changed my group affiliation to Kasama since the groups I was previously affiliated with I have since cut formal ties with; though I still hold fraternal relations with both the Youth for Socialist Action (YSA) and the REVOLUTION (REVO) "international" I am no longer an acting member. For the former it is a mater of politics while for the latter it is simple.
Back in the beginning I joined the YSA because it was the political group which they introduced me to Leftist