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____deleted____ wrote

No war but class war.

Note that even in the Free Territory, minorities suffered greatly under what was ultimately an anarchist system; we must still take into account the conflict of prejudices.

The administrators are blinded by the power they hold, and are very clearly not aware of how to hold it with care.

Such is the nature of power. Now, it is direct, but it was the same under Ziq, and it will always be the same.

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dele_ted wrote

To clear up what i meant with the "no war but class war" statement: I simply don't want this to be a war between comrades at all. I want it to be a war between those that oppress and those that do not. I want class war to come first, but I sure as hell don't think we should ignore these very important issues, too. They don't have to "take a back seat" so to speak. I should have went more in-depth with that in my post (or just not mentioned it at all), since it seems pretty black-and-white up there.

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ConnieCommie wrote

To clear up what i meant with the "no war but class war" statement: I simply don't want this to be a war between comrades at all.

kiddo if you think i'll willingly side with "marxist" TERFs you got another thing comin