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Conservative Revolution Anonymous 03/23/2021 (Tue) 11:00:17 No. 1330203 [Reply]
Junger brothers, Carl Schmitt, Heidegger, etc. Kek or cringe?
Well, Ernst did had a brief sovietboo phase in the 20's because he saw it as an example of total mobilization of society that had only existed in Prussia (or his idealized version of it) and that could perhaps replace bourgeois democracy in Germany.
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>>1330203 conservative? conserve what? pickles?

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Marxism-Dengism explained Anonymous 03/23/2021 (Tue) 14:07:34 No. 1330209 [Reply]
We used capitalism to destroy capitalism. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0967067X96800225 >Abstract >One of the abiding curiosities in the 20th century has been the success of Marxist revolutions in underdeveloped societies. In the case of China, not only did Marxism—Leninism provide little assistance to the communist party on economic development, the problem was compounded by the disastrous ideas of Mao Zedong which, by the time of his death, brought the economy to the brink of ruin. It was Deng Xiaoping who provided the ideological roadmap and legitimation for the reform and modernization of the Chinese economy. By returning to classical Marxism's emphasis on productive forces, Deng managed to transform Marxism into a developmental nationalist ideology. In so doing, Deng paved the way for the current resurgence of nationalism in the People's Republic.
>>1330209 Author is a Falun Gong supporting glowie liberal, like clockwork. Kill yourself, OP.
>>1330209 >classical Marxism's emphasis on productive forces when you definitely know marxism and aren't mistaking it for something else.

News 3/23/21 News Anon 3.0 03/23/2021 (Tue) 18:46:03 No. 1330235 [Reply]
3 DRG Jawans Killed By IED Blast Triggered By CPI Maoist Cadres In Narayanpur District An alleged CPI (Maoist) attack took place in Chhattisgarh’s Narayanpur district on Tuesday. During the incident, 3 DRG jawans were killed in an IED bus explosion. As per sources, about 24 jawans were present on the bus which was the target of the Maoists and several have been left grievously injured after the incident. There is also a possibility of the death toll rising. https://www.redspark.nu/en/peoples-war/3-drg-jawans-killed-by-ied-blast-triggered-by-cpi-maoist-cadres-in-narayanpur-district/ Protesters ‘bore brunt of violence’ at Bristol demo, campaigners claim PROTESTERS bore the brunt of violence at a Bristol demo, campaigners claimed today, as Avon police pledged to launch the “biggest appeal for wanted suspects” in its history. Twenty-one officers were injured on Sunday as police vans were set alight and station windows smashed during a protest against the government’s policing Bill. https://morningstaronline.co.uk/article/b/protesters-bore-brunt-violence-bristol-demo-campaigners-claim Philippine Supreme Court slams killings of lawyers, judges The 15-member high court asked lower courts, law enforcement agencies and lawyers and judges’ groups to provide information about such attacks in the last 10 years, in order for the court to take preemptive steps. The attacks, it said, endanger the rule of law in an Asian bastion of democracy. https://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/philippine-supreme-court-slams-killings-lawyers-judges-76629243 Stalin blames BJP and AIADMK for deaths of anti-Sterlite protesters Chennai Raising the poll pitch in Tamil Nadu, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) chief M K Stalin on Monday alleged that the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) were hand in glove in the police firing that claimed 13 lives during the anti-Sterlite protests in Thoothukudi in 2018. https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/stalin-blames-bjp-and-aiadmk-for-deaths-of-anti-sterlite-protesters-101616437971047.html https://archive.is/CVaVv

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Regeneron's COVID treatment cuts risk of death by 70%; AstraZeneca may have used outdated info in vaccine trial: Live COVID-19 updates A large new study found Regeneron’s monoclonal antibody cocktail reduces the risk of hospitalization and death from COVID-19 in high-risk patients, the pharmaceutical company announced in a statement Tuesday. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/health/2021/03/23/covid-vaccine-variants-miami-lockdown/6957233002/ https://archive.is/DGwM5 Video of Kamala Harris Laughing at Border Crisis Question Fuels Republican Outrage Asked if she "plans to visit" the frontier, Harris paused before responding, "Not today," and laughing with the reporters. Harris then added: "I have before and I'm sure I will again." A video of the exchange quickly spread around social media, eliciting fury from Republicans who suggested the vice president was not treating the border situation with the gravity it deserves. https://www.newsweek.com/video-kamala-harris-laughing-border-crisis-question-fuels-republican-outrage-1578014 https://archive.is/lUp0Z Jury set for ex-cop’s trial in Floyd death; starts Monday A jury has been seated for the trial of a former Minneapolis police officer in George Floyd’s death, with opening statements set for Monday in a case that led to weeks of protests and a national soul-searching about racial justice. https://apnews.com/article/derek-chauvin-trial-starts-march-29-820a8cc0db98682e4a5a7cd582c4baa2 Biden urges ban on ‘assault weapons and high-capacity magazines’ after Boulder attack “We can ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines in this country once again. I got that done when I was a senator. It passed, it was the law for the longest time and it brought down these mass killings. We should do it again,” the president added. https://on.rt.com/b4f4

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US intelligence thinks you’re stupid: ODNI report blames Russia, ignores Colombian election interference Russiagate is back! That’s right. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) says Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iran’s Ayatollah Khamenei meddled in the 2020 U.S. election. But not only they: Lebanese Hezbollah, Cuba and Venezuela did it too. I know what you’re thinking: Where is the evidence? Well, the ODNI report doesn’t show any. But phrases like “we judge,”“we assess,” “probably,” and “likely” are used dozens of times. Apparently for corporate media, that’s good enough.Never mind that, way down on the last page, the report says “Judgments are not intended to imply that we have proof that shows something to be a fact.” So it’s the opinion, the estimation of the intelligence agencies. https://thegrayzone.com/2021/03/22/odni-russia-colombia-election-interference/ Joe Biden and the decline of American power Whether it's the Middle East, Russia, Iran or China, the new administration is changing the language (out goes the "China virus") while keeping the substance. Last month, Blinken said Trump "was right in taking a tougher approach to China", while commerce secretary Gina Raimondo has said she will continue the Trump policy of using the "full toolkit at my disposal... to protect America and our networks from Chinese interference". Economist Jeffrey Sachs describes US exceptionalism - established 200 years ago with the Monroe Doctrine, but actually as old as the first colonial settlement in America - as a “civic religion”, which sees the US having a “destiny and duty to expand its power and the influence of its institutions and beliefs until they dominate the world”. Dwight Eisenhower, who left the role in 1961, was the last US president to seriously question the pursuit of military supremacy and intolerance of other ideologies and political systems that has governed US foreign policy since 1945 when President Truman dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. “We must be careful to ensure that the ‘merchants of death’ do not come to dictate policy," Eisenhower warned at the end of his time as president. Biden is no Eisenhower (who still authorised the overthrow of democratic governments in Iran and Guatemala). His support for Israeli colonialism is no less unconditional than Trump’s, even if his officials make weak noises about a long-dead two-state solution. US military aid to dictators like Egypt’s Abdel Fattah el-Sisi continues, despite massive human rights abuses carried out by his regime. In the wider Middle East and beyond it, the US finds itself at odds with too many international agreements and institutions to list - from arms control, to human rights, to climate and health, exemplified by Trump’s withdrawal from the World Health Organisation just as the Covid-19 pandemic required global cooperation like never before. The US, like Russia, China and Israel, is one of the few countries that is not a signatory to the ICC. Trump even imposed sanctions on the court’s officials. Washington’s ever-growing regime of sanctions against countries that defy its will today includes Iran, Venezuela, Lebanon, Syria, Yemen, North Korea, and Cuba - imposing immense suffering on their peoples while failing to dislodge any regime. https://www.middleeasteye.net/opinion/us-china-trump-biden-confront-power-waning Austerity-Addicted Media Scaremonger Over Infrastructure ‘Spending Spree’ As soon as Democrats took over Washington with big plans for reviving the economy, corporate media started sounding the alarm about government spending (FAIR.org, 1/25/21). With the party’s infrastructure bill—which could come in around $2 trillion over four years—now pending, the media deficit hawks are on high alert, tossing around big, scary numbers to throw cold water on the bill. It’s hardly surprising to find deficit hawkery from the Washington Post editorial board (3/11/21), which urged Democrats to “offset some or all of the cost [of the infrastructure bill], through higher revenues, reduced spending on lower-priority items or a mix of the two.” But proposals for government spending on long-overdue infrastructure investment are also spurring “straight” news reporting full of largely unfounded assumptions and concerns. On ABC‘s This Week (3/14/21), host George Stephanopoulos framed his first question about the infrastructure bill to House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi with bold certainty: “That’s going to require new taxes. Can you keep Democrats united behind a proposal like that and attract any Republican support?” When Pelosi avoided the question of taxes, Stephanopoulos pressed further: “But it is going to take new taxes, right?” https://fair.org/home/austerity-addicted-media-scaremonger-over-infrastructure-spending-spree/
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Thanka news anon

Anonymous 01/30/2021 (Sat) 10:51:33 No. 1311665 [Reply]
The left shouldnt be agaisnt the police. They should be agaisnt the army. Costa rica abolished their army and theyre doing fine. Fuck the army and the people who join the army. Atleast the navy, airforce and space force are useful for national defence instead of just imperialism. I dont expect the war hawk democrats to share that sentiment though.
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>>1311665 Every citizens duty should be at least 9 month military training or more for officers. Like police army should be replaced by the people themselves. Pacifist hippies are the first to get the bullet until we reach world communism.
>>1311838 >>1311821 yeah and yet the weekend warriors made the iraqis immediately cuck themselves to the amerimutt bvll
>>1311665 We should be against capitalist police and army, in a socialist nation the police and army are absolutely essential for defending socialism and keeping society safe.
>>1322304 When the rate of profit hits zero they'll have every reason to you stupid ultra
>>1322084 They were very sympathetic in Turkey and south america

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Anonymous 03/21/2021 (Sun) 14:50:38 No. 1329879 [Reply]
>china is so based and marxist not fascist at all
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>>1330041 >objectively Randtard spotted
>>1330103 take your meds, tr00n
>>1330131 i'm taking mine, are you taking yours, schizoid?
>>1330132 >i'm taking mine at least you're honest. too bad nobody told you meds are scam.
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>>1330134 i'm well fucking aware of what they are

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News 3/22/21 News Anon 3.0 03/22/2021 (Mon) 18:13:17 No. 1330082 [Reply]
Tudeh Party of Iran pays tribute to ‘tireless militant’ Ali Khavari, longstanding leader who has died aged 97 Khavari was then sent to work for the international communist Peace & Socialism magazine based in Prague, meaning he was abroad when Iran’s theocratic new regime arrested thousands of communists and suspected sympathisers in early 1983, executing many of them. As the only surviving central committee secretary, he played a pivotal role in rebuilding the Tudeh party, becoming its first secretary and acting as a mentor to countless younger communists. He died in Berlin on Friday. https://morningstaronline.co.uk/article/w/tudeh-party-iran-pays-tribute-tireless-militant-ali-khavari-longstanding-leader-who Bombing of government office in China kills at least five, including suspect An explosion, believed to be a deliberate bombing attack, has rocked a community committee office outside China’s southern city of Guangzhou. The blast occurred in the village of Mingjing, located on the northern outskirts of Guangzhou, early on Monday. Five people, including the suspect, have been killed, with five more injured, local police said. https://on.rt.com/b4bw Data privacy: China defines for the first time ‘necessary’ information that apps can collect, closing ‘bundled consent’ loophole Users of live-streaming, short video, news, browser and utility apps can access basic services on these platforms without providing personal information The new rules come as China seeks to expand the internet industry’s role in economic growth, while providing more protection for consumers’ personal data https://www.scmp.com/tech/policy/article/3126483/data-privacy-china-defines-first-time-necessary-information-apps-can Suspended Labour members to form ‘shadow’ party to fight ‘purge’ The plan is to resist what is considered to be a purge of the left, according to Labour In Exile Network (LIEN). LIEN member Terry Deans said the shadow party “will be real Labour, the real grassroots party working on a truly democratic basis.” https://morningstaronline.co.uk/article/b/suspended-labour-members-form-shadow-party-fight-purge Tommy Robinson libel trial: School staff secretly recorded

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US deploys Green Berets to defeat ISIS-linked insurgents in Mozambique US Army Special Forces will train Mozambican marines for the next two months to counter al-Shabab's spread. It comes after the US listed the group as a foreign terrorist organisation last week because of its links to ISIS. The violence in the northernmost province of Cabo Delgado has caused 2,000 deaths and displaced 670,000 people. https://www.businessinsider.co.za/green-berets-to-battle-isis-insurgents-accused-of-beheading-children-2021-3 Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama make the final push toward unionizing Organizers and workers are making the final push in the first Amazon warehouse union election in the US in Bessemer, Alabama which, if successful, would mark one of the biggest labor victories in the US over the past several decades. https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2021/mar/21/amazon-warehouse-workers-alabama-union 'This Is Tax Evasion': Richest 1% of US Households Don't Report 21% of Their Income, Analysis Finds Led by two IRS researchers as well as Daniel Reck of the London School of Economics and Emmanuel Saez of the University of California, Berkeley, the new paper (pdf) finds that 6 percentage points of the richest households' unreported income "correspond to undetected sophisticated evasion" such as offshoring, pass-through businesses, and other avoidance tactics. https://www.commondreams.org/news/2021/03/22/tax-evasion-richest-1-us-households-dont-report-21-their-income-analysis-finds Latino Man Who Escaped Atlanta Spa Shooting Handcuffed for Two Hours While Wife Died Inside When Mario González and his wife, Delaina Ashley Yaun, went to Young’s Asian Massage in Acworth, Georgia, on Tuesday, it was supposed to be a relaxing treat. “She wanted a day just her and her husband, spend a little time together, all she wanted was their massages,” Yaun’s mother, Margaret Rushing, said. https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021/03/mario-gonzalez-atlanta-spa-shooting-handcuffs.html Biden aides had ties to large tech companies, disclosures show

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Saying the quiet part loud: the Police Bill puts the class war out in the open THERE is a fearful symmetry between the revelations that former Tory minister Norman Tebbitt relied on information provided by police spies and the purposes of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill presently going through Parliament. Lord Tebbit, as he is now styled, was among Margaret Thatcher’s most hard-line ministers. His enduring trait is an open and unshakeable adherence to a set of extraordinarily reactionary political views. His great virtue is that in his open expression of ruling-class arrogance and entitlement he makes abundantly clear that the sinews of the capitalist state are unreservedly devoted to countering the influence of the working class on the affairs of the nation and in countering the political influence of all those forces that represent working-class interests in the present moment or advance the cause of the working class in the future. https://morningstaronline.co.uk/article/e/saying-quiet-part-loud-police-bill-puts-class-war-out-open China and the Perils of Bi-Partisanship The Biden administration remains eager to find common ground with Republican legislators. The president has high hopes that he can attract Republican support for an infrastructure bill this summer, given that rebuilding American bridges, highways and the like was a priority for the previous administration. But here’s a truly troubling scenario. Casting around for another unifying topic, the Biden team has seized upon China. Democrats and Republicans alike are concerned about what China is doing these days. There is bipartisan disgust over what’s happening in Hong Kong and Xinjiang. Hawks in both parties have long warned about Beijing’s actions in the South China Sea. Despite wildly different economic ideologies, Democrats and Republicans have joined hands in their opposition to Chinese trade and currency policies, cavalier approach to intellectual property rights, and efforts to dominate markets in the Global South.On the face of it, however, the bill that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is starting to pull together is just another infrastructure initiative. It is meant “to shore up U.S. supply chains, expand American production of semiconductors, create 5G networks nationwide and pour billions into investments into U.S. manufacturing companies and hubs, among other proposals,” according to The Washington Post. But it’s not just infrastructure. The measure is specifically designed to bolster the full-spectrum U.S. fight against China. https://www.counterpunch.org/2021/03/22/china-and-the-perils-of-bi-partisanship/ 10 Years Ago, NATO Intervened in Libya — And Created a Complete Disaster In 2016, a report found that the intervention of British, French, and American armed forces into Libya in March 2011 was “not informed by accurate intelligence.” It went on to say that the action, which was ostensibly to protect civilians from Muammar Gaddafi’s government, had “drifted into an opportunist policy of regime change,” the result of which was “political and economic collapse, inter-militia and intertribal warfare, humanitarian and migrant crises, widespread human rights violations, the spread of [weapons] across the region and the growth of ISIL in North Africa.” This summary of the war in Libya, which began ten years ago, was not from an antiwar organization or one of the fifteen UK MPs who opposed the war. These are the words the Foreign Affairs Select Committee, in a document entitled “Libya: Examination of intervention and collapse and the UK’s future policy options.” And despite this strong judgement from a cross-party parliamentary committee, the Libyan catastrophe is once again being cited as a positive example of liberal interventionism, as the political establishment in London and Washington continues to attempt to rehabilitate the ideas that were so discredited after the 2003 war in Iraq. These attempts are part of the current discussions around Britain’s place in the world, and dovetail with elements of Boris Johnson’s defense and security review outlined this week — which includes a commitment to greater military spending and an expansion of Britain’s nuclear arsenal. https://www.jacobinmag.com/2021/03/nato-libya-war-uk-us-france-regime-change
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Anonymous 03/20/2021 (Sat) 23:54:10 No. 1329826 [Reply]
Times and experiences when you went on /pol/?
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"That OP happened, trust me guise"
>>1329829 Man, GG was a masterclass in how to fold a popular rejection of state ideology into pure culture war bullshit rather than any class consciousness. I even read Milo back in the day, as well as various other people like Christina Hoff Summers. People were so eager to find talking heads to confirm what they were seeing with the rot of SJWism, they completely abandoned any principles they might have had. We all hated gawker so much that we eventually turned Breitbart into a gawker of the right, with all the same unethical blogging in the name of journalism bullshit. I really hated the feminists more than anything, trying to push their ideology as this neutral normative framework we all had to accept to be a good person. And implying men were their oppressors. But guess what, hating them doesn't make the world a better place. Only class struggle can.
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>>1329835 The real problem with /gg/ (aside from what IMHO was the biggest initial tactical error, spending money on charities and appealing to NGOs like SPJ or EFF to appeal to goodwill against the SJW swindlers, instead of concentrating our money on aggressive class action lawsuits and hiring real private investigators to individually obliterate SJW gooneratti clique one at a time) was that it was falsely slandered as right-wing from the start, successfully causing every nominally left-wing institution and organization to shun it, while simultaneously herding all the worst human detritus of the right into our ranks, and leaving us with zero institutions willing to talk with us aside from the likes of Breitbart. That same dynamic also caused a lot of the milquetoast center-left to center-right people that initially formed a bridge minority within GG (for instance, Sargon) to go full aut-right and pander to the /pol/yps. Same with the "cultural Marxism" meme, which we was either pushed unfiltered by rightards, or disingenuously denied as having any evolutionary link with brainlet PoMos cranks on the left by leftists. After seeing such incredible potential for a purge of SJWs inside the left from the initial A+/Slymepit prelude to GG, watching the whole thing get slandered as and coopted by the right, then disintegrate, was such a terrible shitshow. All that said, I'm still glad the battle lines were drawn and the whole populism vs. neocon/neolib war broke into public consensus at all. Things were getting REALLY bad without any fight being put up against the SJWs from about 2007-2013.
>>1329837 >SPJ or EFF Both of these are fraudulent charities
>>1330080 The former is a professional industry org, the latter is a political lobbying org. By charities, I was referring to stuff like St. Jude's Hospital, Action Against Hunger, PACER Bullying Prevention, American Society for Suicide Prevention, WWF Sealion Fund, etc. Those were cute, but the money could've actually fixed the issue if spent more aggressively to target the enemy. One exception I thought was okay was of course TFYC, since they were victim #1.

Anonymous 02/01/2021 (Mon) 10:35:15 No. 1312997 [Reply]
Do you guys actually want third world countries to turn communist? Wouldnt they be embargoed and cut off from the rest of the worlds economy? Are the communist in the phillipines dengists or something?
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>>1312997 >Are the communist in the phillipines dengists I hope so. Dengism is the only way for 3rd world nations.
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>>1313228 >>1314850 Any idea where the /pinoy/s posting on 8chan mgirated to? I'm trying to set up a popular front type documentary channel. /pinoy/ was great for getting polarizing material.
>>1312997 With the rise of China this probably won't be such a problem anymore, China is now in a position where they could actively support a newly created socialist nation in the third world against American and NATO aggression.
>>1330084 Except the chingchings are ideologically opposed to the flip commies due to Dengoid revisionism, so this would just be 'nam all over again.

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Lefty memes/cartoons Anonymous 03/21/2021 (Sun) 22:12:03 No. 1329949 [Reply]
I only did 2 so far. Should I make more? Also post yours.
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>>1330022 i think you might mean the guys at the GLF? they were totally a bunch of white rich kids larping as ecologists otherwise: feds
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>>1330022 >reading theory >not making your own theory out of your experience what would you even know about getting laid?
>>1330033 Not much, but I have a lot of experience being ugly and poor.
>>1329951 The strangest conceit of this website, is that you people read anything besides forums

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Anonymous 03/21/2021 (Sun) 10:48:54 No. 1329870 [Reply]
If Marx were alive today. what would he say about them?
>>1329870 Marx was a bookworm. He would be more interested in how animations are made than watching.
>>1329882 The Simpsons have been in production for so long the production process has radically changed over the quarter century.
>>1329870 He would say that jewish uighur frederick lasalle can sneed.
>>1329870 He would call Sneed petit-bourgeois and Chuck, is even worse, a lumpen-bourgeois so to say.

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