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Well Citizens, the 345rv5 has once again written a journal against me, so you know what that means…
Now with piece I linked to you on Ultra Leftism, you seem to be just seem to be going out you way to angry at things that aren't there. In fact pretty much his whole take is just one massive willfully misinterpretation after another. So it's really not worth going over it.
No living with ones parents doesn't a person bourgeoisie. Nether I nor my parents own any means of productions, at most you can say that my family is labour aristocracy, ultimately still part of the proletariat.
Also how is saying the Bourgeoisie "do not share our purpose of overthrowing capitalism." a "cultist mindset". Last I checked the Capitalist class aren't really type for over throwing their own systems of government and economy.
And weirdly once again 345rv5 has brought up this photograph from last Christmas.
Why do you hate my Christmas decorations 345rv5, Did Santa leave you coal or something last year.
Really what point are you trying to make, yeah I have Lego left over from when i was younger and for a bit of fun around Christmas I dug it out the cupboard and put it on a small tree we have.
Also no I don’t “live off my parents trust fund” I never had one, in fact I have University debt that'll hang over me for most of adult life.
Now we move on to the bit on Fascism.
It is one of great failing of Libertarians when they view Fascism as an economically driven ideology, maybe that's why their so easily fooled by it.
Fascism is not an ideology of economics, it is a political and cultural pathology, A love of Militarism and strength, a contempt of the so-called weak. Economics only comes into play once the Fascist have taken power.
Mosley was a protectionist of course he would take issue with globalization, He saw it as a threat to the power of the British Empire,
Yes Fascism did sometimes use anticapitalist rhetoric for populist appeal. But in practice their were and are pro-capitalist and for the most part the capitalists of the era were happy to support them as they saw fascism as bulkhead against organised Labour and Communism
Remember Mussolini Blackshirts first came to prominence by working for big industrialists as strike breakers in the early 1920s.
Also you seem rather quick to believe everything Mosley said. Maybe you spend History class drawing obscene pictures in your text class so you may have missed the part about how Fascists were masters of propaganda, they know how to mislead mislead people until they believe every word they say And it would seem you've fallen for it hock line and sinker.
“A slight breeze rustled the foliage overhead, and suddenly a beam of moonlight broke through the leaves and fell directly on the silently turning shape before me. The first thing I saw in the moonlight was the placard with its legend in large, block letters: 'I defiled my race.' Above the placard leered the horribly bloated, purplish face of a young woman, her eyes wide open and bulging, her mouth agape. Finally I could make out the thin, vertical line of rope disappearing into the branches above... There are many thousands of hanging female corpses like that in this city tonight, all wearing identical placards around their necks. They are the White women who were married to or living with Blacks, with Jews, or with other non-White males.”Face it, this is their fantasy, this is what they want, they want billions dead, in the most horrific ways just so their world can only populated by their precious aryan master race and only a willing fool would believe different.
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I am a marxist leninist Revolutionary Internationalist who thinks there must be a better way than capitalism.
apart from that there is absolute nothing interesting about me
I also support the Palestinian people.
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