Dorozhand
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Dorozhand

Queer Hedonistic Communist, Female, from North Windsor, Michigan, Canada

Nature exists for thinking beings' sake| it has no other purpose than the ones that thinking beings make Feb 5, 2019

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    1. Dorozhand
      Nature exists for thinking beings' sake| it has no other purpose than the ones that thinking beings make
    2. Dorozhand
      Food, Housing, Medication; Equality, Safety, Dignity; Education, Labor and Cultural Liberation, regardless of ability.
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    3. Dorozhand
      By regarding our situation and establishing mass proletarian consciousness we raise the sword that will set us free.
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      2. Dorozhand
        This is what it means to fight on the front of thought. The intelligentsia of all peoples have a duty to cultivate revolutionary feelings to bolster the material struggle.
        Jan 25, 2019
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    5. Dorozhand
      I've finally been able to apply for state health insurance again. Once I can get out of the house I'll be looking into HRT ^_^
    6. Ddmkm122
      How'd you get UnBanned?
      Also, congratulations on getting UnBanned!
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      2. CannedTech
        I concur, I was gonna miss your Mexico and China maps tbh
        Sep 21, 2017
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      3. Ddmkm122
        Yes.
        Sep 24, 2017
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    7. Dorozhand
      Linguistic absolutism is white supremacy. Liberate meaning.
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    8. Dorozhand
      I am deeply saddened by the toxicity displayed in this forum.
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    9. Dorozhand
      I do not know anything certainly, even that there is certainly nothing.
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    10. Dorozhand
      Nvm. Working on "Korean Civil War" where Lyuh Woon-Hyung's PRK lasts until a US supported coup in Seoul and subsequent US invasion.
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    11. Dorozhand
      Should I use the Korean War or Vietnam War infobox as a base for a Soviet Civil War in the 1970s? Showdown between Kosygin and Brezhnev.
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    12. Dorozhand
      I feel very frequent impressions of deja vu. It colors my experience of life in interesting ways.
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    13. Dorozhand
      Am I going crosseyed? I'm not sure about anything anymore =O_0= daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah
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    14. Dorozhand
      About to post something to the map thread since 4 months ago. I need to eat through my backlog :P
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    15. Dorozhand
      I am again working on a new worlda map while a huge QBAM project hangs over my head. Seems to be my state of affairs these days.
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    A big problem with a lot of leftism is the incorrect view that leftist writers were prophets of a transcendental ideal whose words are sacred logos; universal and eternal. Marx was horrified at this tendency within his own lifetime, because he did not set out to be some kind of prophet but rather worked as one of the revolutionary social scientists of his time and place.

    In the context of classical European sciences he was like the Newton of Sociology and the Einstein of Economics. His contributions to thought include the Materialist view of the development of human systems, a restructuring of the prevailing idealist view which turns it around and considers Hegel's philosophy to point rather to the conclusion that the ideal emerges from material circumstances and not the other way round; a method of historiography which examines history in the context of the (re)production of human needs. This development is a foundation stone of the science of sociology and drew a clear line between science and the racist madness that would emerge from Kant.

    Another contribution to thought is the related conception of economics as a relation "not between people and things but between people". This view is that the conditions people face in society are the result of class stratification based on production. He proposed that the development of industrial capitalism in urbanized colonialist societies had greatly simplified and brutalized class relations in much of the world, creating a clear divide between poor workers and rich owners that existed not just within countries but among them, and that swept away previous feudal systems of production in the process of unleashing human greed from previous feudal restriction; an inevitable revolution of free trade that put vast segments of humanity in bonds of poverty while rewarding a lucky few. The resulting feedback loop of the poor getting poorer and the rich getting richer has only been mitigated by leftist action towards altering conditions, while technological development disproportionately benefits the rich, especially on an international scale.

    Another inevitable revolution of social relations Marx proposes will eventually occur as the producers of the world come to understand themselves as a component of this system, and to recognize the system of capitalism as neither eternal nor unchangeable. Just as capitalists recognized the same of feudal systems and took advantage of their weaknesses to advance themselves, the proletariat of the world will eventually develop our power, understand our position, and strike at the oppressors to advance the living conditions of everyone in the world.

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