alesto

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alesto wrote (edited )

After reading this, I still don't think the term "whiteness" is a good term. "White supremacy" or "systematic racism" seem to be better.

Also, "whiteness" doesn't fit the situation in South Africa, where black supremacy is an issue. If anyone called it "blackness", i would imagine most people would see why its racist.

And there's more whites than minorities in the US. Do you want less whites to be a part of anarchism?

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alesto wrote

Every single shop,factory, was literally run by the workers.

Wrong. They had to form central councils because they couldn't produce anything without them. You can fantasize about them being "democratically run" but they were still centrally managed.

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alesto wrote

1 - It lasted 10 days, what kind of an accomplishment is that?

2 - "They called it something different". Yeah we got it.

3 - "They called it something different". Right.

4 - You're still wrong. Production in Catalonia was being centrally planned by worker council's because when they first took over they basically just stood around trying to figure out how the fuck voting actually produces anything. Not only did central council's plan production but they shut down factories because coordination was too difficult with such diverse production.

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alesto wrote

The irony of "real socialism" 1 - being a 10 day murder arson fest, 2 - central planning by a nomenklatura but it's totally not a state, 3 - central planning by a fucking militia but totally not a state, and 4 - Socialist Catalonia literally had a state.