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amongstclouds wrote (edited )

Though I disagree with the class war claim. This is a social war. The destruction of Capitalism in no way guarantees liberation for anyone, and this is something that needs to be seriously considered in the fight against exploitation.

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dele_ted wrote

As i explained to Belsima, that came off horribly black-and-white. I probably should have either not mentioned it, or went very in-depth with it. I'll edit it out. I don't want to ignore these issues or put them in the back-seat at all, quite the opposite. I do think that class is the number one priority, but that doesn't mean social issues should be ignored at all - and just like that, we are all so different.

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md_ wrote

I do think that class is the number one priority, but that doesn't mean social issues should be ignored at all - and just like that, we are all so different.

Implied in that is that only one thing can be top priority at a time. This premise is false. We can work on more than one issue at the time, and as a matter of fact, we do.