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Thread for screencapping /pol/'s idiocy. It doesn't strictly have to come from 4/pol. You can be on any boards and smell their bullshit from miles away.


>Goes to /pol/
>Sees retarded shit

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(Pic- Kim Il Sung University who released below publication)


Deformation in the spiritual and cultural life, this is the means by which the capitalist state and the capitalist class attempt to turn the working masses into modern-day slaves.

The bourgeoisie is spreading reactionary ideology, culture, and rotten bourgeois lifestyle in order to paralyze the working masses' consciousness of independence, make people obey the capitalist system of exploitation, and further degenerate into slaves to money. Thus, in a capitalist society, a perverted hobby of pursuing animalistic "pleasures" that has no relation to people's healthy demands has arisen, paralyzing people's bodies and minds.

Comrade Kim Jong- il , the great leader , taught:

“Even in the countries where capitalism is said to be the most developed, the number of illiterate and mentally handicapped is increasing day by day, and many people are degenerating into vulgar humans who pursue only momentary comfort and pleasure without any ideas or aspirations . ” 》 Supplemental Edition Vol. 12, p. 422)

In the United States, where normal human thinking is completely paralyzed and intelligence and civilization are deformed, the issue of same-sex marriage, which cannot be imagined in human society, is an important topic of discussion every presidential election.

In the United States, the issue of same-sex marriage has been a major topic of discussion during the presidential election since 2004 and has been raised as a political issue. Following the 2008 presidential election in 2012, the views of the presidential candidates against same-sex marriage became a concern of the electors. In the United States, voters generally refer to candidates who support same-sex marriage as innovative and those who oppose it as conservatives.
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based and gorky-pilled


americans are subhumans


That's beautifully put damn


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someone call the exterminator again


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gay people cant be revolutionary because…. because they just cant ok!!!!???!!

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How do I become a better socialist? Having dealt with the American healthcare system for the past 3 years, I can't even begin to bring myself to defending capitalism anymore. It doesn't create a better product or service; It just makes for a more conniving business strategy and if, by chance, that creates a better product… All the better for THEIR bottom line.

Had enough; What do I have to do to bring about a socialist utopia?


americans are getting shot as we speak




But, seriously, OP you need to study theory and just do everything you can to try and convince average workers that the path forward is socialism. Get good at arguing your points, read das capital, don't stop or give up even when the odds seem incalculable. Just keep going forward.


kill your boss

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<PARIS—To fight President Emmanuel Macron’s pension overhaul, France’s most militant labor union is pursuing a radical strategy: cutting electricity to his political supporters and the wealthy while handing out discounted power and gas to the public.

<During a nationwide strike last week, members of the far-left CGT union who work in the energy sector cut power to the office of a lawmaker from Mr. Macron’s party for more than three hours. On Monday, CGT energy workers in Marseille manipulated electricity and gas meters to cut bills for bakers who were protesting in the French port city against high energy prices. CGT’s leadership called such moves a “Robin Hood” operation and said they would continue as the country prepares for another national protest on Tuesday.

<“Strikes are good, but they’re no longer enough,” said Sébastien Menesplier, head of the CGT’s energy division. “We have to take actions that are visible and impact those who are supporting the government.”

Philippe Martinez, the CGT’s national leader, this week proposed cutting power to billionaires and singled out Vincent Bolloré, a French tycoon who owns a host of businesses, including CNews, a right-leaning 24-hour news channel. “They can put themselves into the position of millions of people who face energy poverty,” Mr. Martinez said.


A new class struggle tactic just dropped.
Is this going to work ?
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You have only professed disagreement.

This line of thinking begins with empires that try to find scientific validation for their believes that their power originates from their inherent superiority. They want to believe it's something internal like biology that makes them dominant, because if it's not internal that means they might fall from power.

That's where the ideas for civilizations changing human biology comes from. And it never sticks. All the civilized human versus the savage human from the 18 century empires is now looked upon as an embarrassment to science. Today nobody really believes anymore that some imperial knob from the 18 century British or Spanish empire was right about having been bread/evolved to rule shit, but for a time it was possible to manufacture consent for this. Bear in mind that today power might still be fucking with science to some degree. So be extra critical as soon as something sounds scienncy while flattering rulers.

Credibly attributing genes to something like a civilizational structure isn't really happening on a scientific level that would satisfy rigorous standards. There are a few cases of humans somewhat believably affecting their genes in that way for example enzymes for breaking down ethanol or lactose, but that predates civilization by many millennia.

The french having an unfathomably based tendency to strike and revolt likely isn't genetic, it's a very complex behavior, it would take a very long time to evolve it. Unless your intentions are to troll a bunch of rulers that are still seeking to biologically engineer obedient slaves, and make them waste a bunch of time searching for the revolutionary genes ?




This >>464907 is the standard rant against bio-centrism


Get up babe, the new copypasta just dropped


The frogs are at it again

<France to be hit by fresh strikes and demonstrations over government's attack on pensions

Further walkouts and marches are planned for Saturday, while left-wing opponents of Mr Macron’s minority administration have already filed thousands of amendments ahead of the parliamentary debate which began this afternoon. Trains and the Paris metro are again expected to see “severe disruptions” according to operators, and around one in five flights at Orly airport, south of the capital, are expected to be cancelled on Tuesday.


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Seriously look at what Narva was in 1938 vs post WW2.
Baltoid lapdogs are right about that at least.


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Brutalism can also be beautiful.


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>look at these mass produced soviet apartment buildings that haven't seen a renovation since the end of the Soviet Union! So ugly!
You're right, standard 3-room soviet apartment for a young family is too much for a modern wagecuck. A glorified 10 feet dog booth will suffice for a lapdog.

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What is your Leftist unpopular opinion leftypol?

>The West is not responsible for every shitty thing that happens in Developing countries, most developing nations just have completely nonfunctional institutions and many suffer from simply having no sense of national identity or cohesion.
>Also "Muh British lines are bad" isn't an excuse, that's practically just arguing that non-ethnostates/Tribal Kingdoms can't work for Africa, South East Asia etc.
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Im not even a doomer but yeah, being a straight up state capitalist industrialist would be more effective at bringing socialism than being the most hardcore of revolutionaries in the west right now




Retard you literally have to build up the productive forces to even have a base for socialism, industrializing would revitalize the proletariat class as well as advancing the forces of production. Lenin himself said in the NEP that for this reason they should pay attention to the development of Germany and model themselves after it. It’s more of a legitimate path towards socialism than organizing the current “proletariat” which is literally just service workers lmao


You're just a fascist retard.


>My mom is fashist because she won't bring me pizza bites

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Is Oliver stone correct about the new race for nuclear energy being led by China, India and Russia.

Is the west going to miss the boat ?
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In a sense yes. I firmly believe we’re trying to enter a neo feudal type of capitalism. Where rent and all that enables it is the primary mode of production. China is attempting to industrialize heavily while the west is trying to create a system where no one owns anything and all is provided by corporations ñ.


Also to note, when the Soviet Union was still around. Western powers tried to compete with them by trying to industrialize faster than them. Paradoxically, it solidified the power of capital while also enabling a proletarian class. China is industrializing heavy now, and if we were to try to match that, it would only mean the revitalization of a dwindling proletariat. Thus, shifting towards a system that enables capital while stagnating industrialization is paramount


>I firmly believe we’re trying to enter a neo feudal type of capitalism
You are correct about the direction, the big capitalists that have won the game of musical chairs, all want to become rent-seeking capital. But that's not a viable system that represents a future mode of production, it's just a parasite that kills the host.

>China is industrializing heavy now, and if we were to try to match that, it would only mean the revitalization of a dwindling proletariat. Thus, shifting towards a system that enables capital while stagnating industrialization is paramount

The differential in power and influence between industrialized and de-industrialized countries will become astronomical.
If you are correct about the intentions of western capitalists, the west will wither away as a civilization that has any relevance to world history.


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Actually I would say the west is hiding it’s time until the neofeudal rent system becomes a immense inescapable reality, then industrialization will continue in a way that reinforces this reality. I don’t think they want to end industry period, they’re just stalling until it becomes beneficial to the more of production


>Actually I would say the west is hiding it’s time until the neofeudal rent system becomes a immense inescapable reality
They can't make China submit to it, China is already to strong.
These people aren't the rulers of the world anymore.
>then industrialization will continue in a way that reinforces this reality
they're not playing 4D chess, they are loosing a game of checkers
>I don’t think they want to end industry period, they’re just stalling until it becomes beneficial to them
I get what you mean they want to blackmail industrial production to pay them rent, but all they can do is impose a rent burden on some industrial production that will than be out-competed by other industrial production that does not have a rent burden.

Marx made a pretty strong argument for why industrial power will in the end triumph over finance power.
What we are witnessing is a shift of economic power towards Asia, because the western capitalists are not keeping up with industrial investment.

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What if I told you that capitalism being superceded by another mode of production is inevitable, and hence it's only the finer details of culture, politics, and social issues that are actually up for debate.
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>Yes, when you don't count the unemployed people who are not filing for benefits for one reason or another and you call the people who were forced out of work and into abject poverty by age and the medical conditions that come with it "retired" and not "unemployed" the sampling is indeed wildly inaccurate.
Why would you include people that can't work or are retired into the potential labor pool. You're just talking out of your ass at this point.
U6 accounts for discouraged workers, and once again you're proven wrong because unemployment dipped lower once again this month.
COVID, much like the black plague before it which ushered in capitalism, is creating a new material paradigm.
I don't know what will ultimately happen but even if capitalism survives this it will not be the same neoliberalism.
The death and retirement of 100s of millions of workers has changed every thing. And we haven't even seen the full breadth of China's COVID death and retirement toll.


>much like the black plague before it which ushered in capitalism
The black death pandemic ended before the end of the 14th century, capitalism took a few hundred more years after that to arise.


It destroyed feudal economic relations none the less, paving the way for capitalism.
The golden era of the labor movement came right after WWII for the same reasons, mass deaths of proles. Neoliberalism's refusal to enact a comprehensive welfare state to stop the pandemic is having the same effect.


>The golden era of the labor movement came right after WWII for the same reasons
In which country? This certainly wasn't true in the United States, the golden era of organized labor was before WWII. After the war a massive crackdown on leftist union organizers ensued, the Taft-Hartley act was passed, and the remaining union organizers made a Faustian bargain with the Democrats that destroyed their own ability to organize.


You uyghhers fight over the most retarded and mundane shit

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The privatized prison complex in the US now appears to be considering going into organ trafficking.

In this scheme the police hunts poor people, then the prison extract organs from them in exchange for their early release.

When future revolutionaries overthrow this system, they will have done nothing wrong.

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If socialism is anti-imperialism, why do some of you support the dismantling and reunification of a free, democratic republic such as Taiwan?
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><the significant role agents of the American government and official media had played in fomenting unrest in Hong Kong
Of course, he didn't say that. You're quoting an article that never has him saying that. Good job, though.
>They basically confessed to it, so don't bother with denial.
Well, he didn't confess to that. He says protesters use US-made tools. That's as much of involvement as me using Chinese-made electronics to protest in the US. If you're going to go for media involvement, then certainly any and all Chinese-funded media in the US can also be said to be involvement. Does that mean the Chinese are the ones causing protests?

Yea, because you can't. It's always the same with you China simps.


No your just willing to simp for the status quo and won’t look at things critically


No. I just don't like dictatorships. It's not that hard to understand.


Nice b8


>not liking dictatorships is b8

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