Daddybatko

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Daddybatko wrote

What country is this? if it's the US i can understand why you'd feel uncomfortable. I live in Australia, and my friend was a hardcore communist when we were in school. I made fun of him too, but eventually i started reading socialist authors and now I'm an anarchist. that friend was my gateway to being a better person, even if we argue about how to get to our goal of communism. I apologised to him for acting how i did because he was 100% right. maybe that can happen for you as well. Don't take their jabs laying down, instead challenge them to read a single book (conquest of bread obv). Good luck comrade.

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Daddybatko wrote

perhaps skip the dirt and just collect broken boats and weld them together. building an actual island takes incredible amounts of resources, not to mention the damage to the marine life. also, you might want to look at how much logistics goes into the actual construction of an island. this is really silly but i love the idea.

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Daddybatko wrote

I'm kind of sick of people having a negative reaction when i say I'm a feminist. this seems like a pretty reasonable stance to me. and it doesn't necessarily just apply to sex and gender either. in all walks of life, act this way. treat people and their concerns with respect, and ask them how you can help deal with it. decency lies bleeding in the gutter.

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Daddybatko wrote

absolutely not. Australia is a shit hole when it comes to modern workers rights. our unions have been under attack for 40 years, our media is owned by the Murdochs, our government went just as hard as the USA in stomping on socialism since WW2. there is no way there could be a peaceful revolution here, unless we somehow did it without the powers that be recognising it for what it is until it's too late.