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0w0 wrote

I stand corrected, I didn't know much about him before. However, I sill think that he is an authoritarian apologist. Even more after I investigated a little more about him and saw that he support Jill Stein and the Green Party. It doesn't matter how anarchist he think he is in my eyes he is just another useless liberal.

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ergdj5 wrote

Hey, to be fair, I support the US Green Party (but not Jill Stein). Some of the local federated branches are communalist in design. Helping to minimize suffering isn't incompatible with long-term revolution.

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0w0 wrote (edited )

I don't said that you shouldn't, it's my personal posture to not compromise with liberals. I think that the solution is in the workers organization and I know they are capable to do what I said if they have the will. The endless problem lays in how we make them realize of this. I'm very afraid that earth is out of time. :(

Edit: grammar

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0w0 wrote

Also I'm not from the United States, I'm from Latin America. I was detained several times during protests when I was young, I saw people being shot and killed. Here protesting and being repressed is the norm, some times by self described "lefties" goverments, so I have reasons to don't trust in liberals.

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RedIsNowGreen wrote

You can keep thinking that, or you can do more homework. You might start by researching the stand he and a brave few took against the Indefinite Detention provisions of NDAA 2012.

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0w0 wrote

LOL, I did my homework, and I really don't care about politicians and political parties. She said that "The government will be the employer of last resort, offering jobs meeting community-identified needs in the public and non-profit sectors to take up any slack in private-sector employment. A job guarantee is good for the private sector, as it ensures that domestic demand never collapses as much as it does in the current system, with chronically low wages and structural unemployment and underemployment." This is liberal nonsense, I'm anticapitalist and if she is not calling for the abolition of private property and the whole system of wage slavery I don't give a single fuck about she and her party.

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RedIsNowGreen wrote

I have no idea what "she" or what "party" you are talking about. Chris Hedges is a male and the NDAA 2012 Indefinite Detention issue transcends party politics - about which I don't give a "single f**k" either.