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I am a resident of Oregon, USA. Here are a collection of my philosophical, political, and technical views. Some of my views will be stated for themselves, while others will be shown through quotations by individuals and organizations that I respect.

Antifa : antifascist
Anticap : anticapitalist
Dirtbag Left : opposed to liberalism, identity politics, and "PC culture" [0]

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Table of contents:

  1. Bookchin thought
  2. J. Posadas thought
  3. Kopimi, simple
  4. Kopimi, advanced
  5. Situationist mottos
  6. Subgenius quips
  7. Appendix
    1. Glossary of terms
    2. Further readings

# Bookchin thought

# J. Posadas thought:

The class struggle does not have to exist. It is on Earth that the process of history has played out like this, but there is no reason why it should be the same elsewhere. Social organisation can have forms infinitely superior, without struggle, without antagonism. There is no reason at all to fight. The beings of those places may be looking at us in astonishment, and say: "Oh! They fight over a car, shooting and killing each other!" It may even be that death does not exist for them as it does on Earth. The notion of death, the notion of the extinction of matter, or of cells, cannot be identical everywhere.

We are preparing ourselves for a stage in which before the atomic war we shall struggle for power, during the atomic war we shall struggle for power and we shall be in power. There is no beginning... there is an end to atomic war, because atomic war is simultaneous revolution in the whole world, not as a chain reaction, simultaneous. Simultaneous doesn't mean the same day and the same hour. Great historic events should not be measured by hours or days, but by periods... The working class will maintain itself, [and] will immediately have to seek its cohesion and centralisation...

After destruction commences, the masses are going to emerge in all countries - in a short time, in a few hours. Capitalism cannot defend itself in an atomic war except by putting itself in caves and attempting to destroy all that it can. The masses, in contrast, are going to come out, will have to come out, because it is the only way to survive, defeating the enemy... The apparatus of capitalism, police, army, will not be able to resist... It will be necessary to organise the workers' power immediately.

Nuclear war is revolutionary war. It will damage humanity but it will not - it cannot - destroy the level of consciousness reached by it... Humanity will pass quickly through a nuclear war into a new human society - Socialism.

# Kopimi Laws, simple:

# Kopimi Laws, advanced:

# Situationist mottos:

# Subgenius quips:

# Glossary of terms

# Political correctness:

PC is also a good deal less radical than its proponents imagine, firmly reformist rather than revolutionary. In the PC pantheon of `race, gender and class' class has always come a very poor third, but the pursuit of race and gender equality detached from the struggle of the working class inevitably proceeds in a reformist direction more or less regardless of rhetoric or subjective intentions.

This is because objectively neither blacks on their own, nor women, nor lesbians and gays have the material power to overthrow American capitalism and its power structure; consequently their focus inevitably shifts to the demand for inclusion within the existing capitalist hierarchy. Nor is PC by any means the most radical form of reformism. Despite all the talk of the `rights' and `empowerment' the main tactic of PC is to appeal to the consciences of `the oppressors' on the basis of moral guilt. Hence the PC cult of victim status so excoriated by D'Souza and Hughes.

Unfortunately it is far easier to guilt trip an idealist student or a liberal intellectual than the US ruling class. Guilt is also a very poor basis for fighting racism and other reactionary ideas in the working class. The mass of white workers will be won to anti-racism and unity with black workers through an understanding of their common class interest, not through guilt over the legacy of slavery (for which they were not responsible in the first place) .

# Further reading:

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