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Anarcho-Break 03/14/2021 (Sun) 00:07:17 No. 1328867 [Reply]
DEBUNK THREAD!!!!! I'll start with this one basically it makes sense that if I had an item that was $2 compared to another item and its labor value is $1 its surplus makes complete sense of stealing by your boss. If you have a better argument against this then please go for it. YOUR TURN!!!
its still equivalent exchange if enough sustenance to produce X hours of labor was paid to the worker in X hours. The trick is that this X hours creates more value than is needed to reproduce itself.

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Anonymous 02/15/2021 (Mon) 22:50:30 No. 1322474 [Reply]
what did cuba mean by this
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>>1323340 Cuba is no different than belarus at this point and pretending otherwise is purely because Cuban-Americans will never stop agreeing until they get their shit back. Just annex them and make Cuba and Puerto Rico into states so they can form a caribbean shit-tier with florida. Add the marshalls as a pacific state with jefferson and you've got a nice trifecta there too.
>>1323779 Cuban-Americans somehow take the worst traits associated with burgers and crank them up to 11
>>1323779 >Cuba is no different than belarus I wish it was true.
>>1323340 They have seen the wisdom of Dengism.
>>1322571 >The Cuban revolution was not innately a communist one. Che Guevara and Raoul Castro, two of the leaders of the revolution, were staunch Marxists. Camilo Cienfuego, Huber Matos, and most importantly Fidel Castro, were not. That's why I had a sensible chuckle when Raoul took over and our quality media was like: <Surely this guy will privatize everything. He can't be a hardliner like his brother.

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Anonymous 03/08/2021 (Mon) 18:34:46 No. 1328125 [Reply]
what the fuck is his problem ?
>>1328125 I don't see any problem
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>>1328125 No, what is your problem?
>>1328125 literally rabid anti-communism and anti-sovietism in a country where those are not badges of honor regardless of official discourse; bar these, his man-of-the-people telling-it-like-it-is schtick would've got him very far

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help Anonymous 03/05/2021 (Fri) 18:21:51 No. 1327657 [Reply]
I'm starting to act like an ultra
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>>1328671 can't have commodities if you don't have currency, retard
>>1328678 but that's just his hyperuranium, nigga. in the real world he's a revisionist idiot like you.
>>1328680 feel free to actually point out said revisionism
>>1328683 you wouldn't get it
>>1328685 >maybe if I say he won't get it I don't actually have to substantiate my argument

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Anonymous 02/18/2021 (Thu) 18:14:56 No. 1323486 [Reply] [Last]
How does it make you feel? Serious answer only please.
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>>1327977 Constantly, whenever the cancel mob needs to assert its power. SJWs are like a swarm of piranhas that typically harass outsiders to gain nutrients and broaden the reach of their domination, but whenever no external target presents itself, they will select from among their own to mercilessly rip to shreds, as a demonstration of their total control and an assertion of mindless kneejerk terror that must be maintained at all times among themselves. >>1328036 For the same reason as torture: It's not actually effective at its purported goal, and its actual goal (justification for ceaseless, aimless accumulation of power, exerted in acts of petty tyranny on a whim) is corrosive to any actual ideology. >>1328063 Unironically this
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>>1328036 >nobody ever believed in free speech You're looking at it from an idealist perspective. Obviously free speech, like everything else, is not a god-given right, but a social fact dependent on power relations between different segments of the population. That doesn't make it worthless. On the contrary, it's worth fighting for it, because fighting is the only way you'll get it. And it's easier politically for the centroids to censor you if they're allowed to censor at all.
>>1323626 Complete nonsense. Leftists were never ever censored. I was online debating politics on various forums during the late 90s and early 00s.
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>>1328106 Nobody of any stripe was censored (even in spite of cringey mainstream christard legislative efforts such as the 1996 CDA), because libs hadn't lost their fucking minds yet.
>>1325251 >Leftists get vanned for party membership, lol, no you dont. The major of Charlottesvile is part of BAMN, and Susan Rosenberg who bombed the capitol while being part of the Weatherunderground is now the CEO of BLM. You can be former antifa terrorist and a senator

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News 3/11/21 News Anon 3.0 03/11/2021 (Thu) 18:39:27 No. 1328537 [Reply]
Yaku Perez backs army intervention to prevent return of ‘Correismo’ in Ecuador THE US-backed indigenous candidate for the Ecuadorean presidency Yaku Perez has backed demands for military intervention to prevent the return of “Correismo” if frontrunner Andres Arauz wins. Mr Arauz is backed by former president Rafael Correa, who left office with record high approval ratings in 2017 but whose legacy was bulldozed by his successor Lenin Moreno. https://morningstaronline.co.uk/article/w/yaku-perez-backs-army-intervention-prevent-return-correismo-ecuador EXCLUSIVE: Iraq paramilitaries agree to stop attacks on US if Kadhimi demands withdrawal After frantic meetings in Baghdad, Beirut and Tehran, Iranian-backed Iraqi paramilitaries have agreed to stop attacks against US forces in Iraq on the condition that Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi formally demands an American withdrawal, officials and faction commanders told Middle East Eye. https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/iraq-us-paramilitaries-agree-stop-attacks-kadhimi-withdrawal-demand Nepal political parties intensify talks on government formation The CPN-UML, led by Oli, the Nepali Congress, the main opposition, the Maoist Centre and the Janata Samajbadi Party, which has emerged as the kingmaker in the new political dynamics, on Wednesday were busy holding meetings. https://tkpo.st/30vDODB https://archive.is/ZI2qF Palestinian elections: Fatah sacks prominent leader amid chaos in its rank Qudwa, the nephew of former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, had challenged President Mahmoud Abbas and refused to run on a single election list that represents all Fatah candidates, seeking to form a new party called the National Democratic Assembly (NDA). https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/palestine-elections-fatah-sacks-prominent-leader

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>>1328537 >on the condition that Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi formally demands an American withdrawal And the demand will be ignored. So what then? All this song and dance is tiresome, the PMU could probably liquidate the entire US presence in Iraq of they did a surprise Tet-style offensive. What will Sleepy Joe do then, a third invasion of Iraq? Unlikely. Just get it over with, cauterize the festering wound.
Thanks News Anon
>>1328598 hello sakurakofag
godspeed, news anon
>>1328546 >Mass Layoffs at the Huffington Post Signal Doom for Journalism What a bizarre headline.

Anonymous 02/06/2021 (Sat) 20:22:22 No. 1316786 [Reply]
Post moments of history your family lived through,my great granfather for instance was here(at the very back of the parade) >ibf data mining thread Anon please,just for fun.
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>>1316786 One of my great grandfathers was part of the white guard in Finnish civil war. He managed to survive red guards that attacked his town by retreating with rest of the forces deep into the archipelago that was covered in ice.
My gradfathers grandfather served in Polish Armed Forces during the begining of WW2. Was captured and spend time as POW. In 1945 we was conscripted into the Red Army and fought during Prussian offensive
>>1328654 ok but did he live? it would really suck for someone to survive the living hell that is eastern europe in ww2 just to die in 1945.

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Serious question Anonymous 03/01/2021 (Mon) 03:15:41 No. 1326637 [Reply]
How on earth did a movie from Warner Bros turn out this based? What's their angle? There are not many good socialist films produced in the English language. Are there any other contenders?
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>>1328245 Because a 2 hour or so long film is utterly irrelevant to a global propaganda system created to maintain the status quo
>>1328245 Because a 2 hour or so long film is utterly irrelevant to a global propaganda system created to maintain the status quo
>>1328245 > I'm not sure why WB would let something like this be made Because their goal is to make money and if an anti-capitalist movie sells and promotes their brand they'll fucking sell it. If a single armchair "revolutionary" buys or tells someone to buy this movie then it worked out well for WB, they made (an accurate) prediction that a communist revolution won't happen anytime soon and everyone involved gets their paycheck.
>>1326637 <you can't kill the revolution Yes you can. It can also die of old age. <inspired by true events Lost the little interest I had.
>>1328265 >Porkies aren't omniscient omnipotent beings, nor are their vehicles (corporations). We're dealing with large bureaucratic entities of which the constituent parts don't always do what they should, and who are also in competition among themselves. So every once in a while you'll get a surpsising product. Yeah, the same goes for those who tried to plan the economy. >Not to mention that the actual revolutionary potential of purely cultural products is negligible. Yeah. I'm going to see the "Little Axe"-films out of curiosity. But whenever I read about some washed-out music journo or musician harping about "revolutionary music", I wish I could just fall asleep. Because one of the reasons for the violence in Jamaica is the "winner-takes-all" electoral system. That means that the competition is much harsher than it should be.

News 3/10/21 News Anon 3.0 03/10/2021 (Wed) 18:51:20 No. 1328404 [Reply]
Youths protesting police violence attack Athens precinct Greece’s prime minister appealed for calm Tuesday night after youths protesting an incident of police violence attacked an Athens police station with firebombs and severely injured one officer. Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis issued a statement strongly condemning the violence at the march. https://apnews.com/article/athens-violence-coronavirus-pandemic-greece-4342353cfa4de9d128f46bd800c37c21 Lebanese protesters block roads in major cities amid deepening poverty After day-long roadblocks on Monday, including in and out of the capital Beirut, demonstrators cut off roads in the northern city of Tripoli and the eastern Bekaa Valley region. President Michel Aoun accused the demonstrators of sabotage, but also called on authorities to prevent the manipulation of food prices. https://morningstaronline.co.uk/article/w/lebanese-protesters-block-roads-major-cities-amid-deepening-poverty Young Syrians paying heavy toll for decade of war: Report A new survey by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) of 1,400 Syrian nationals living in Syria or in exile in Lebanon and Germany, highlighted on Wednesday the costs for those aged 18 to 25 of a war that has killed hundreds of thousands, displaced millions more and destroyed schools and hospitals. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/3/10/young-syrians-paying-heavy-toll-for-decade-of-war-says-red-cross https://archive.is/ltB4M France has underestimated impact of nuclear tests in French Polynesia, research finds France has consistently underestimated the devastating impact of its nuclear tests in French Polynesia in the 1960s and 70s, according to groundbreaking new research that could allow more than 100,000 people to claim compensation. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/mar/09/france-has-underestimated-impact-of-nuclear-tests-in-french-polynesia-research-finds

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>>1328461 It's fine, I don't even post here anyways.
>>1328458 >leftypol >good posters there are no good posters
>>1328458 Don't you have some turds to suck out of the ass of the high school janny clique?
>>1328420 You dont hate the policeman, you hate the porky. Also, this law already exists in europe, for example in italy. Nothing will change.
>>1328515 >You dont hate the policeman lol Cops are unique breed of psychopaths.

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Anonymous 02/23/2021 (Tue) 17:12:17 No. 1325171 [Reply] [Last]
what are some dumb things said by fellow leftists
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>>1325196 Also The Mongol Empire and Xiongnu, a "roto-mongol empire": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xiongnu And so on... >>1325253 >marxist definition of imperialism is Constantly refered, never believed. No one without any skin in that game person would dispute that part of stalinism's legacy was imperialism in Europe.
>>1328523 just shut the fuck up
>muh fall of rate of profit
>>1328523 Forget about it man, these goons believe expelling red army veterans from their home was dealing with fascist collaborators
>>1328549 what?


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