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lemonbeam wrote

'counterrevolutionary' is a creepy term imo, never heard it used by people who seemed like they wouldn't kill me if they were in power

anyway, there is no after the revolution, only permanent insurrection in the here and now

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DeletedButArchived wrote

fuck insurrection too

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sfdsfdsafsafaserttr__1312 wrote

why?

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CameronNemo wrote

Look how it turned out for Hamas. Insurrection has a cost. It leads to ostracization of the insubordinate party and vicious, disproportionate backlash.

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Kinshavo wrote

One may argue that Insurrection can't be Institutionalized, and will never be truly insurrection if it's guided by a vanguard (Hamas). At this point the theory is very lenient with interpretations but I personally would distinguish Insurrection from Armed resistance/self-defense.

The ostracization will happen in the same way black Bloc tatics alienates the common protester and Propaganda by the Deed alienates the society. But then this is the whole point of Insurrectionist theory, the negation of politricks

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DeletedButArchived wrote

insurrection sux

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Kinshavo wrote

You are broking my heart here Joe!

Lol Just kidding, I don't have a heart anymore

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ziq wrote

Most of it is still in my freezer if you want it back?

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Kinshavo wrote

you are not supposed to return a gift :3

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subrosa wrote

we can vote on freezer-management issues, it's a democracy after all

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Kinshavo wrote

You can vote, but the Chairman Supreme Commander have the final word,

it's a democracy after all

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subrosa wrote

Oh, so that's what happened to the spokesperson of the Freezer Federation?

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Kinshavo wrote

Now I want to write a short story where the spokesperson of a Freezer Federation consortium need to came with a marketing campaign to sell freezers to a semi nomad Inuit community, and by the middle of the story he becomes a hunter gatherer in a national park after he discovers that ice is for free in the Artic Circle.

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TonyTheAnarchist OP wrote

If you refuse to envision a better tomorrow, what's the point of being an anarchist? And really what's the point of living in the here and now if you think the revolution isn't coming? If you think things won't get better? What a cold, cynical existence.

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