>>461818>Yeah, duh. Who doesn't know that?
I know its hard for the marxist-bidenists and magacummunists in this thread to understand what this means, so I'll explain it as simply as possible.
Let's start by assuming that a socialist movement (made up primarily of workers) gains enough power to start contesting the rule of the bourgeoisie (basically the elites) in America. Sure, nobody in this thread actually believes that can happen, or wants that to happen, ever, but lets just assume that it does.
In the unlikely event that history hasn't ended as described above, which capitalist political parties do you think will support such a movement? Also, which parties will ally together to oppose such a movement? Well boys and girls (male), since there's only two parties, it shouldn't be too hard to figure out:>republican party = conservative = opposed to socialism>democratic party = conservative = opposed to socialism
So, in other words, the number of parties allied with socialists are 0, and the number of parties opposed to socialists are 2.
Oh, but what about MAGA you say? What about based Ilhan Omar and AOC? Okay, let's modify our model slightly with two additions:>MAGA republicans = national conservative = opposed to socialism>progressive democrats = social liberal = still opposed to socialism
Huh…well, looks like the number of potential parties in favour of socialism is still zero, but the number of potential parties opposed to socialism has actually increased to 4!
So, which potential party should anyone interested in a socialist movement ally with? The answer appears to be none of them. It makes more sense for someone interested in a socialist movement to focus on building a socialist movement independently of any capitalist party.
In conclusion, I hope this short essay has educated the youth of America present in this thread. I know the American educational system isn't very good, but always try your best to read books! I personally recommend "The Communist Manifesto" for anyone interested in this stuff.