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 No.462247[Reply]

<what are the political implications of the sissification of males

A lot of the transvestite identity stuff seems like a psyop. Instead of serving to build a common identity in service to struggle against capitalism, it encourages people to individualisticly and immanently struggle against their own sex (and the uncanny valley). People wrapped in creating an identity out of a parody of the opposite gender aren't focused on building a better world. Even more conveniently, men who adopt the behavior and character of young girls aren't going to be the type who can actually have the mental fortitude of carrying out revolution.
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 No.462787

>>462785
>True or false?
"Thing" or "anti-thing!" Simpleton.
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 No.462790

>>462787
>I didn't get rekt I was trolling all along!
Ok comrade.
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 No.462793

>>462790
LOL WUT
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 No.462800

Everyone I've ever met in left(ish) organizing who has worn their gender politics on their sleeve has turned out to be some kind of wrecker. Without exception. It's gotten to the point where I almost feel like we need to figure out a way to screen narcissism and other forms of mental illness out of people attempting to join. Their self-centered bullshit has a serious trend toward nuking morale when the slightest thing doesn't go their way.
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 No.462835

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 No.462823[Reply]

Is pic related the reason capitalism is still around

Women's mate selection is highly contingent upon status. There have been studies where the same set men are depicted in different clothes, each representig different levels of social/economic status. Women were then asked to rate how likely they would be to engage in variously activities with them, ranging from getting coffee to having sex. The clothes had a steep impact on women's perception of men, much more than it had when the test was ran the other way (with men evaluating women in different attire representing different status).

From this, we can, with a bit of conjecture, assume that most men would be pretty chill, cooperative, and egalitarian if it weren't for women. In fact, competitive sexual selection by women may be the primary encouraging factor for striving and complex hierarchy between men, the most basic factor for class division and oppression.

How do we account for this while building communism. What do we do fit the square peg of women's innate drives with regard to mate selection into the round whole of the abolition of class society?
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 No.462824

Leftychads just have to buckbreak porkie.
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 No.462826

>when you think Valerie Solanas was right, just about the wrong sex


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 No.462188[Reply]

If you ever had a landlord you need to post your story here.

I so far had 4 landlords

First landlord
>dude in his 50s
>lawyer
>marital_crisis.gif
>divorce_process.bmp
>his failson lives next door
>3 of us rent his flat
>one of our rent mates is related to him
>2 years later we want out (different reasons)
>he comes to our flat, pretends to "measure up" the """damage""" we've done
>points at random shit like the convector
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 No.462511

>>462508
Now that I think about it, would I count my bro as owning his own home? He does have a very large student debt and mortgage, but he's certainly going to be able to pay it off in his profession.
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 No.462512

>>462508
>I lived with my parents until I was 29
Ah, you were living rent-free for ten years. There's nothing like mom and dad's money.
>then did some work that provided lodging and per diem payments.
What kind of job does that? For some kid straight out of school no less? The military? That's the only one that I know of.
>I scrounged like a miser for about five years
That's easy to do when your only bill is booze from the commissary. Ah, good times.
>I drove a car from 2006, which I bought for 6k.
Purchased with your enlistment bonus no doubt.
>I graduated at 21, actually and had a job lined up before finishing school.
Lel, yeah, the recruiter got you.
>I didn't have any student loan debt. I didn't go to a big school, and my semesters cost just over 4k.
Bitch please. Single quarterly classes at community colleges cost more than that. The only way to get through school without student loan debts is the GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon.
>I didn't buy an expensive house. Mine costs just under $130k
In what desert? And how the hell far do you have to drive to get to work?
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 No.462514

>>462512
>Ah, you were living rent-free for ten years. There's nothing like mom and dad's money.
I just kept my old room and helped out around the house with groceries and shit. My parents clean office buildings for a living. They're not rich.
>What kind of job does that? For some kid straight out of school no less? The military? That's the only one that I know of.
We had to travel to different job sites. I would always get set up with a hotel or a trailer. It's oil related.
>That's easy to do when your only bill is booze from the commissary. Ah, good times.
No, usually snack cakes. I don't drink, but have a sugar and caffeine addiction. I occasionally smoke.
>Purchased with your enlistment bonus no doubt.
Not in the military.
>Lel, yeah, the recruiter got you.
I won't say I haven't thought about it.
>Single quarterly classes at community colleges cost more than that. The only way to get through school without student loan debts is the GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon.
My school quotes a full academic year of tuition and fees to be right about $12k. That's certainly higher than what I paid, but not obscene.
>In what desert? And how the hell far do you have to drive to get to work?
It's not a dessert, but I do work in one. I drive about five hours every two weeks. I'm going to get a different job soon, though. As I said, I just got lucky. I also don't have kids, wife, or gf, and my hobbies aren't expensive.
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 No.462522

>>462514
Also, I'd just like to add, because it seems this thread is devolving into this. I am NOT saying that "everyone can do it." That's absolutely not it. Not everyone is welcomed by their parents for a decade after they've grown up. Not everyone gets to live near a school that charges an acceptable level of tuition. Not everyone makes connections that let him get a job after school, and most certainly not everyone is able to find a home just at the right time to have his own place for as cheap as I did without having to do military service or any other sort of crap. I'm very lucky to own a place, because while I get paid well, it isn't enough to live without getting deep into debt, which I would rather not do. I live like a hermit in a small town, surrounded by old people. To most people my existence is hell and a bad choice to live. I'm just weird enough to fit in with this situation. My brother did go for the big house, wife, and mortgage payment. He seems happy. I would eventually like a wife or gf, but that's probably not going to happen. I don't talk to enough women, and my neighbors think I'm Chinese for some reason. That is their explanation for why a young guy is never making noise or having parties. Yes, my neighbors are kind of racist.
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 No.462530

>>462514
>It's oil related
Ah, that was ther only other thing that I could think of where a person would get lodging and per diem.
>I won't say I haven't thought about it.
Don't fucking do it. That's how I got my college paid for. It's also how I got my broken back and arthritis pain for life.
>My school quotes a full academic year of tuition and fees to be right about $12k.
For real, my community college charged that much per quarter. I know, because the VA kept fucking up my funding which led to the college sending me bills.
>>462522
Fair enough. I believe you.


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 No.462296[Reply]

What are the political implications of an increasingly large proportion of economic surplus being devoted to management, social control, security, surveillance, and other aspects of the economy not directly tied to production or even consumption - and in the realm of consumption the growth of a subscription based model of extracting individual consumer rents from the various strata of people.

What are the political implications of this not only growing out of monopoly capitalism but also existing on a somewhat systemic worldwide or perhaps civilizational or epochal scale.
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 No.462303

>>462301
>Muh I don't understand the word 'directly'
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 No.462304

>>462301
>Nothing big changes is the new dialectical materialist analysis. it's effectively still 1922
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 No.462305

>>462303
And you apparently don't understand how commodity production works.
>>462304
Then what is the change?
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 No.462311

>>462305
One that comes to mind is in class structure. A large PMC of financial paper pushers and cogs in the spectacle complex of modern society are a constituent in perpetuating the rule of modern capital. These people are typically corporate yes men in an existential sense. Other sections aid in technical ins and outs of media-finance communication-education, and other aspects of the rentier state. This is effectively the modern equivalent of yesteryear's labor aristocracy.
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 No.462455

>>462311
>A large PMC of financial paper pushers
It doesn't appear to be any larger. Show me that it's larger.
>This is effectively the modern equivalent of yesteryear's labor aristocracy.
That thing which never existed according to Marx?


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 No.462217[Reply]

BIDEN FAMILY HOME ADDRESSES.PDF

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 No.461341[Reply]

<Xi Bros…. I don't feel so good

Over the past week or so, major protests have been escalating in China due to the Zero COVID policy. Apparently, Chinese visitors to the world cup were astonished that no one outside of China cares about the coof anymore, and shared their thoughts on WeChat, which has exacerbated existed discontent. Now, protestors in China are calling for the removal of Xi and the CCP. Maybe nothing immediate will come of it, but it does indicate that cracks in the social cohesion and unity in China are developing, and this may have longer term ramifications.
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 No.461975

Hopefully we see the collapse of the "socialist" Chinese totalitarian state in the future, gonna be funny.
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 No.461985

>>461975
China outside of freedom of speech is a much better option than the united states in most metrics.
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 No.461995

>>461985
>Based ethno-centric mixed economy with a single political party and limited special rights or representation for women, fags, and minorities.
If only it were that simple.
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 No.462007

>>461973
>Beijing's revealing that profits are more important than people
They've been doing that for the last 50 years.
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 No.462161

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>>462007
>800 million people raised out of poverty
>Westoids be like
>just capitalism, brah


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 No.462012[Reply]

Why should i use leftchan instead of leftypol?
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 No.462057

>>462054
We get it, youre miserable. Now hurry up and make another incel thread as part of your wonderful 'contribution' to the left.
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 No.462058

>>462057
I would trade every idpolled jannoid for 10 leftcels any time of the day
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 No.462059

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>>462058
You tell those chud polyps, comrade!!!
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 No.462128

Because you don't get a month-long ban here for critiquing bad moderation.

(yet)


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 No.462016[Reply]

In this thread we post the most disgusting internet shit from conservative to liberal aberrations and then we come to the conclusion that communism is best.
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 No.462026

>>462016
Mentally ill . org weirdo is back
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 No.462062

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obsessive
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 No.462076

>>462016
Sex. Have it. Now.


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 No.449829[Reply]

Since we are throwing out Marxism anyway just to appease liberal sentiments we could go way further.

>fetish work

A subspecies of sex worker specializing in shitting or peeing on their customers. Very endangered worker.

>mafia work

A mafia worker is a proletarian who is exploited by the mafia boss. He is forced by The System to extract out money and/or gold teeth from his victims for protection, but his evil capitalist mafia boss takes almost all of that and pays back the poor mafia worker only a small part.

>politi-worker

The proletariat working in the US congress, UK parliament, etc. They produce new laws without which we couldn't live under capitalism. Sadly the politi-worker is not free and is controlled by the evil bourgeoisie.

>NGO work

The section of the proletariat that produces awareness about social injustices. Sadly, they are exploited by George Soros (their boss) who doesn't compensate them properly for all the awareness they created with their hard labor.

>NEET-proletariat

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 No.461709

>>449829
Productive labor in the marxist sense means producing a commodity with a persistent use-value, that is not for big bourgeois luxury consumption, or for war. Prostitution in the Marxist sense is unproductive labor.
Socialism would abolish prostitution but the police would persecute the Johns, not the prostitutes.

A mafia worker is just a lumpen-prole, or informal economy worker or a precariate.

I like the idea that Matter is proletarian.
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 No.461717

>we
who
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 No.461748

>>461709
>Productive labor in the marxist sense means producing a commodity with a persistent use-value
Source? As I understand it, "productive labor" is any labor that was employed in producing commodities and thus surplus-value.
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 No.461749

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>>450038
>Where are the "communists" that aren't working with Kaiser Wilhelm II?
>Where are the "communists" that aren't working with the Kerensky government.
Cook County Jail
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 No.461961

Sex work is just a jewphemism. Another attempt by the ruling class at destroying language so the cattle of America can't think. They had proper names in the past like whores or prostitutes


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 No.461885[Reply]

Currently there are two mainstream interpretations among historians regarding Yagoda. The first one comes from Yagoda himself
>he claimed that he was an active revolutionary from the age of 14 when he worked as a compositor on an underground printing press in Nizhny Novgorod, and that at the age of 15 he was a member of a fighting squad in the Sormovo district of Nizhny Novgorod, during the violent suppression of the 1905 revolution. He said he joined the Bolsheviks in Nizhny Novgorod at the age of 16
and the second one comes from former NKVD officer Aleksandr M. Orlov, who claimed that
>Yagoda invented his early revolutionary career and did not join the Bolsheviks until 1917, and that his deputy Mikhail Trilisser was dismissed from service for trying to expose the lie.

The Yagoda Third Pill (TYTP) synthesizes the first two positions (Yagoda said something + Yagoda lied) while adding a third proposition: Yagoda never existed. This way you have to read these three propositions backwards as such: 1) Yagoda was invented; 2) the inventors said Yagoda lied; 3) the invented Yagoda claimed otherwise.

Photographic evidence
First, the ""photographic"" evidence. Picrel1: the most famous """photograph""" of Yagoda is clearly edited using an original source and mirroring one half of the original man (let's call him "pseudo-yagoda") as pic2 proves.

Second, pic3 & pic4 shows the alleged Yagoda arrest card and the real Stalin arrest card under Tsarist Russia. (Disregard the fake yellowish discoloration for a second, that's sepia effect added later.) The forged "Yagoda arrest card" was stylized after Stalin's. Notice the same attire: black shoes, trousers, jacket, hat, white shirt. Also notice how this supposed "Young Yagoda" looks nothing like "Mature Yagoda" in pic 1.

Third, the supposed "Yagoda marches with young Khruschev" pic5. Look at it very closely! Notice something? Look closer. The picture of "them" is clearly added onto another background picture. Also of note. By this time Hitler was a known figure and whoever created the mirage known as "Yagoda" tried to make him look more and more like Hitler.

Anecdotal evidence
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 No.461920

>>461917
No. Arguing with yet another underage idiot about muh totalitarianism is much more important and interesting somehow.
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 No.461952

>>461920
>muh totalitarianism
Bruh tankies still think the Soviet Union was heaven on Earth. Except it was a corrupt and reactionary empire, MLs are not marxists nor are they communists.
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 No.461954

>>461952
>still think the Soviet Union was heaven on Earth.
Oh, THIS shit. "You defending something that means you think it's perfect and infallible, haha!" Seriously, i've seen that shit hundreds of times now, in many contexts, but i still don't have a slightest idea what compels every moron on internet i've ever met to spew this bullshit. THE HELL IS THIS, AND WHAT IN THIS THRICE CURSED WORLD MAKE YOU THINK IT'S A LEGIT ARGUMENT OR AT LEAST AN EFFECTIVE DEMAGOGIC TRICK?! ANSWER ME, WHAT WAS GOING ON IN YOUR STUPID HEAD WHEN YOU WROTE THIS? No, really, i'm sincerely curious at this point.
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 No.461957

>>461954
Pure fucking idealism that's what all of the Soviet Union was. The Bolsheviks were the fucking counter-revolutionaries, glad to see their statues getting shit on. I was dancing and fucking laughing watching the "Marxist" eastern countries finally collapse, it was a real time of joy.
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 No.461964

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>>461957
You're too obvious, even for this place.


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