Reply to The April 19 Uprising in Nicaragua by An_Old_Big_Tree
Crimethinc writes such sketchy shit that's like EXTREMELY close to being some imperialist liberal bullshit, this one of those bad articles.
Reply to comment by leftous in As Afrin burns, where is the left?: "Kurds, it seems, have the misfortune of being victims of a non-western power and so their suffering barely registers" by leftous
I suppose. And I guess I am a little disappointed in Corbyn for remaining silent about the Kurds' struggle, but asking for anything from the Blairites and the Democratic Party is wishful thinking imo.
dsabiboibbobi wrote (edited )
Reply to As Afrin burns, where is the left?: "Kurds, it seems, have the misfortune of being victims of a non-western power and so their suffering barely registers" by leftous
I understand the sentiment, but it isn't really true at all. The Kurds are supported by much of the left internationally. The sheer amount of solidarity demonstrations and even tankies coming out in support for the Kurds is proof enough that the international left is on their side.
Edit: This article really only seems to focus on the US which doesn't make sense as the US historically has had a very weak left and expecting large amounts of protesters for a group that not many people know about is impossible.
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Reply to comment by jaidedctrl in Does anybody have a list of all the DSA Caucuses? by dsabiboibbobi
Im talking about caucuses not chapters. Like the https://dsa-lsc.org/ or the https://dsarefoundation.org/ or the https://medium.com/@DSACommunistCaucus
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Reply to The Rojava Revolution is a breach in the capitalist system by ergdj5
It is capitalism