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pardon-my-tits:

butnobodyknowsme:

Sex workers are human beings…. from cam models to strippers to porn stars. It may not be your cup o’ tea (mmm, tea), but it doesn’t give you the right to disrespect or shame them. 

Reblogging this again because people think that just because someone is a sex worker, means that they are not intelligent, can’t have normal lives, and treat them like complete shit.

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princemono:

VERIFIED FUNDRAISERS:

aforementioned #operationhelporhush: the starter’s twitterteepsring shop, amazon wishlist, paypal

and Michael Brown’s Memorial Fund

Feed the Students of Ferguson (source: starter’s twitter St. Louis Foodbank Confirmation)

i have been seeing a lot of different links for different places to donate for bail and legal fees, but i haven’t been able to find anything on whether or not the funds have actually been going towards helping out the people of ferguson so

if you know of any more please add and spread them and if in doubt remember to google first

(Source: peechingtonmariejust, via marxism-leninism-memeism)

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"Lenin’s famous statement: “without a revolutionary there can be no revolutionary movement” (in What is to be Done) means that a revolution is achieved with neither verbalism nor activism, but rather with praxis, that is, with reflection and action directed at the structures to be transformed. The revolutionary effort to transform these structures radically cannot designate its leaders as its “thinkers” and the oppressed as mere “doers”.
The leaders cannot treat the oppressed as mere activists to be denied the opportunity of reflection and allowed merely the illusion of acting, whereas in fact they would continue to be manipulated - and in this case by the presumed foes of manipulation."

Paulo Friere (Pedagogy of the Oppressed)
Revolutionary praxis must stand opposed to praxis of the dominant elites, fo they are by nature antithetical. Revolutionary praxis cannot tolerate an absurd dichotomy in which the praxis of the people is merely that of following the leader’s decisions - thus reflecting the prescriptive methods of the dominant elite. (via proletarianinstinct)

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  • liberal: um has this revolution been approved by the state?

wolfpupy:

A political short film by me entitled ‘Capitalism’

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Red Guard kill American imperialism and Soviet revisionism - The world strikes down American imperialism and Soviet revisionism ☭

Red Guard kill American imperialism and Soviet revisionism - The world strikes down American imperialism and Soviet revisionism

(Source: thesovietbroadcast, via bureaucraticcollectivist)

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Hold high the great red banner of Mao Zedong to wage the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution to the end - Revolution is no crime, to rebel is justified ☭

Hold high the great red banner of Mao Zedong to wage the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution to the end - Revolution is no crime, to rebel is justified

(Source: thesovietbroadcast, via bureaucraticcollectivist)

mapsontheweb:

Some West European countries regional resentments explained by GDP per Capita.

mapsontheweb:

Some West European countries regional resentments explained by GDP per Capita.

(Source: reddit.com, via bureaucraticcollectivist)

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"Have you ever stopped to think, comrades, why such a bitter hatred is expressed for Stalin, why the whole glorious period of the soviet people and it’s Party, when Stalin was at the head, is blackened so shamefully?

Don’t you see a logical connection between attacks and slanders against Stalin and songs of praise for the leaders of imperialism, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and others whom N. Khrushchev has called “reasonable men” who “enjoy the absolute trust of their people” who are “earnestly concerned with the preservation of peace”, the death of whom, as in the case of Kennedy he described as a “great loss for mankind” and proclaimed a day of mourning even for the communists?

Only a charlatan, a man without character could behave as N. Khrushchev has done towards Stalin, to whom, when he was alive, he used to sing the most rapturous praises, whom he used to call “great Lenins close friend and comrade in arms”, “friend of the people and beloved father”."

Enver Hoxha, An open letter to the members of the communist party of the Soviet Union, October 5, 1964. (via partyapparatchik)

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bureaucraticcollectivist:

Would you still say that the ussr became a revisionist state? If so, when did it?

yeah, i still uphold the cpc/pla thesis w/r/t the ussr being revisionist from 1956 onwards, and i think ideological revisionism played a key factor in the destruction of socialism in the ussr - for example, the economism of the cpsu led to increasing reliance on decentralization and market forces of a kind, coupled with a decision that a period of transition to communism had begun and would be achieved imminently, which led to massive equalization, the growth of a shadow economy and thus a capitalist mode of production from the 1960s onwards, and the gradual corruption of the cpsu until by 1985 it was transforming from a party that had an objective interest in restoration of capitalism

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bureaucraticcollectivist:

rosaluxmemeburg:

runningrepublican:

I wish the labor theory of value were correct, I would make millions for all this running I do.

I don’t think you understand what the LTV is

the LTV doesn’t apply to things that have no use-value

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bureaucraticcollectivist:

the labour party backed fascists against the greek communists after WWII and rearmed japanese forces in indonesia to help crush a pro-sukarno uprising but tell me again how social fascism doesn’t exist

todayinhistory:

February 2nd 1943: Battle of Stalingrad ends

On this day in 1943, German troops surrendered to the Soviet Red Army in Stalingrad, thus ending the 5 months of fighting. The Battle of Stalingrad is among the bloodiest battles in the history of warfare, with nearly 2 million casualties. The Germans had attempted to invade Russia and capture Stalingrad, but the Russians fought back and cut off and surrounded the German army. The Russian winter soon set in, with sub-zero temperatures weakening the German forces. Eventually, the remaining army surrendered, and 91,000 were taken prisoner (including 22 generals). The German failure at Stalingrad was a key turning point in the Second World War, as the army never recovered from their defeat.

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allpowerviolencetothesoviets:

justice for mike brown and thousands of others is literally nothing less than complete dismantling of white supremacist capitalism 

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"Organised bands of armed Hindus — some from groups tied to Modi’s party — fanned across the state seeking revenge against Muslims for allegedly burning a train full of Hindu pilgrims a few weeks earlier. The Hindu rioters systematically sought out and destroyed Muslim homes and businesses, killing more than 1,000 people. Muslim women were singled out. According to many Indian and foreign sources, including a Human Rights Watch account and a report by an international research team called ‘Threatened Existence: A Feminist Analysis of the Genocide in Gujarat,’ women were stripped, gang-raped, often publicly, and in almost all cases then burned or hacked to death. The reason the violence reached such extremes was that the state police stood back and did not intervene to stop the attacks by Hindu fanatics and even told victims that it could not protect them."

Please tell me again how Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi is your feminist icon from India for denouncing rape when he allowed this to happen under his watch.

Do enlighten me, liberals. I’m waiting.

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