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DokiDokiLove wrote

Lol,

The crazy man who shouts at pigeons feels the same way.

I hope this is satire.

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mofongo wrote

So much for debate and engagement. Glad we have that in common, though.

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mofongo wrote

Also so much of accepting all people. I guess the man that talks to pigeons and I are not people.

You and I don't have that in common.

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DokiDokiLove wrote

I am accepting of most people. This includes you and people that shout at pigeons.

But if you genuinely subscribe to the ideals and methods that you describe, then you are going to be equally successful in manifesting any kind of change.

The inability to form a broad church and to engage successfully and effectively with those outside of a narrow viewpoint is a failing the right are currently capitalising on.

Some believe that this is actually encouraged and massaged by those in power to keep the left ineffective.

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mofongo wrote

equally successful in manifesting any kind of change.

I'm not interested in change, I'm for abolition.

failing the right are currently capitalising on.

Things are not a fight of left vs right, much less a fight for the undecided. What you're proposing of nothing more than an extension of Democrats vs Republican American politics that have no place in a revolutionary program.

keep the left ineffective.

The left is ineffective, there's nothing to keep. Only the working class acting on their own self interest can produce anything. Leftist politics is wasted effort.

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DokiDokiLove wrote

I would class abolishing as a change.

Democrats and republicans are the same party, exact same political position, bad example