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not-the-canadian-average:

*hopes i look gay enough that girls will hit on me*

(via bevsi)

genderofthenight:

Tonight’s Gender of the Night is: An abandoned bust of Vladimir Lenin keeping watch over the long Antarctic night

genderofthenight:

Tonight’s Gender of the Night is: An abandoned bust of Vladimir Lenin keeping watch over the long Antarctic night

(via marxism-leninism-memeism)

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frantzofanon:

maad-villainy:

Cultural Marxism Is The Imminent Destruction of Western Civilization As We Know It.

good

frantzofanon:

maad-villainy:

Cultural Marxism Is The Imminent Destruction of Western Civilization As We Know It.

good

nemurerubijo:

new trivia facts said manami loves girls and he probably gets overly enthusiastic and appreciative about how great girls are i love girls

nemurerubijo:

new trivia facts said manami loves girls and he probably gets overly enthusiastic and appreciative about how great girls are i love girls

(via incrediblyhomosexual)

benicetoafriend:

bureaucraticcollectivist:

even assuming the black book of communism’s death toll figure on communism is accurate (which it isn’t even close to being), it’s still less than the death toll of british colonialism in india alone, which y’know, might suggest capitalism is kind of a bad system maybe

not to mention the fact that places where workers states were established were inheriting countries so ravaged and under-developed by imperialism that the real death toll started long before revolution. the deaths under the leadership of workers states were largely trying to deal with the mess already there. they start counting the deaths as if everything was peachy beforehand.

(via alexandrakollontai)

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statecapitalist:

no-youth:

i love the idea of aliens being communist, i can’t wait til we reach that stage and aliens come down all like “FINALLY GOD DAMN!!!!!!!!! lmao y’all think we got intergalactic travel capabilities from fuckin’ capitalism? no way bruh collectivise that shit”

its like the thing in star trek where you have to have a certain kind of engine before being invited into the space community except instead of an engine its a mode of production and that mode of production is communism

(via comradechrisman)

thebestwillgowrong:

Reminder that the correct reaction to someone coming out as aro-spectrum isn’t “I’m sorry.”

(via aromanticaardvark)

louisiana-hot-sauce:

"Where is my Edward Cullen?"

"Where is my Damon Salvatore?"

"Where is my Christian Grey?"

For your sake, jail I hope.

(via comradechrisman)

thatrapscallionsponge:

gingerche:

yourscientistfriend:

Ferguson

today

Guys, just because it’s out of the mainstream media doesn’t mean that the problems are gone. We gotta keep giving attention to these issues

(via abyssalpit)

goethememe:

What a good meme

(Source: doctorwhodoctormarx, via statecapitalist)

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Excepts from MIM Theory #9: Psychology and Imperialism

marxism-leninism-maoism:

From the chapter “Psychological Practice and the Cultural Revolution”:

A dialectical approach in psychotherapy can be understood as the struggle between irrational and rational aspects of the individual. It is materialist because it is based on the conviction that there is a real world that can be understood, and that all people are capable of understanding it. The truly mentally ill are confused in their understanding of the world, and their confusion may be cleared up through study and treatment. This message is not “there is a real you, let’s find it”, but rather “there is a real world, let’s get you back in it”.

[…]

In [Cultural Revolution era] China, a mentally ill person was not viewed as a passive witness to the illness or suffering, or the object of medical treatment by means of medication. The patient was called upon to fight the disease and its symptoms. At the start of treatment, the psychiatrist would explain to the patient the origin, nature, and course of the illness, and the course of treatment to undertake.

The Chinese process of psychotherapy can be divided up into three basic elements:

  1. Call on a sense of responsibility from the mentally ill, and encourage optimism in the prospect of rapid recovery.
  2. Help the patient understand the illness. It;s origin, development, deterioration, and recovery follow an objective and regular pattern. Once patients understand this pattern they can adopt actions that push toward recovery.
  3. Stimulate the patients own activity against the behaviour. Patients can relate the objective pattern of their behaviour to the environment and their own personalities to formulate a practical approach to combat the behaviour. This is a long-term proposition that includes structuring a life with a proper balance of work. exercise, and recreational activities.

As many as 80% of Chinese patients achieved lasting and significant improvement. Results like this come from social consciousness and the impetus to fight the disease.

In the case of hospitalized patients, physicians and staff strove to create good relationships with the patients, because this social relation fostered recovery. Patients were engaged in collective cultural activities and politics to fight their isolation.

[…]

In part of the attack on hierarchy, it was decided that staff should share the living conditions of the patients, eating and sleeping in solidarity with them. The patients were now encouraged to stay clean, and assisted if they needed it. Crucially, they were assured that upon release they would have jobs waiting for them, and their families were supported during their absence to minimize the stress of hospitalization.

Old Chinese psychiatric hospitals like Amerikan ones, relied on sedation to keep life within the hospital smooth. But in revolutionary China patients’ minds were kept as active as possible. They were taken to public displays, and the staff explained daily news to them. Work was of course important, whether it was simple domestic tasks, semi-industrial labour, or recreation like singing or dancing.

[…]

As a consequence of British imperialism opium addiction was a widespread problem in China before the revolution. The Chinese Communist Party eliminated the existing supply, and provided alternative employment for those engaged in its distribution, struggling with those who were willing to struggle, and punishing those who were not. The main way to combat substance abuse for the users, in addition to taking the substance away, is at its root. When a meaningful way to live life, such as waging revolution, is a real option far fewer people turn to drugs in excess.

(source)

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marxism-leninism-maoism:

Capitalism needs to go because there are billions of people worse off than me.

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marxism-leninism-maoism:

marxism-leninism-maoism:

Capitalism needs to go because it is cheaper for the economy to provide the homeless with homes and the sick with healthcare than it is to leave them wanting.

Capitalism needs to go because this is the most persuasive argument for universal healthcare to the capitalists. Not that any argument ever really works.