>>453560>>453561>You are prone to automatically reject leftists that achieve wealth or power in our existing society.
You are being unrealistic, only a few people are principled enough to act against their own class interests. You have to be extra cautious when somebody claims to do that.>you need material wealth and power to assert your will onto society and the world at large.
Sure but why do you have to become a capitalist for that ? Will the system even let individual capitalists dismantle capitalism ?
I don't believe that it's possible to use private wealth to change the world, i do notice that there are a lot of ideological messages that say this, but that's a trick, to get you to grind without a reward.
People on the left aren't motivated by dangling a chance at riches in front of them, so you invent stories of changing the world with private fortunes.
If there is no collective wealth pile to contribute to, there isn't much of an incentive to accumulate wealth. And of course that collective wealth pile would need protections that it can never again be privatized>You're engaging in self-terminating behavior: The moment a movement to enact Leftist change starts to gain authority, you become skeptical and unsupportive of it.
I don't see how I'm doing that ? Unless you equate "a movement" with "a rich person".