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Because their leader was in a ML militia, unsure how they are keeping the leadership of the country and if they are still adhering to Marxists standards, since Western propaganda and language barrier is hard to get to trustful information.


I think !poor@lemmy.ml is a good community to encourage that kind of stuff. Since I live in Argentina 100USD would be like a shit ton of money for me, to give you an idea I spend around 3000ARS a week to live more or less, which is like 24USD and I’m poor myself. I think I can give you like 5 bucks and I’m already lowering my living standards a bit plus you have only done one comment and one post so I’m risking myself to being fucked you know, so well, let me know if it helps you somehow.


This is not real capitalism, because this corporativism and companies are good but not this one because greedy, but communism bad!1!1!11!!!



I do not understand the point you are making in this comment, could you be more specific? There is not freedom for everyone, though, the bourgeoisie needs to be oppressed; criminals and such go to jail, there’s a penal system for a reason; it’s hard to know what you mean by freedom. And also I do not understand your comparison to blockchain, do you mean you want there to be a democratic system for decision making? Because if so that exists in different variations in every dictatorship of the proletarian State, here’s an example with the USSR:


You cannot because the basis of communism relies on being a dictatorship, the proletariat oppressing the bourgeoisie, this means there is a State and therefore it is authoritative. That is the main difference with anarchism, the fact that according to them authority is inherently malign, but according to Marxism, it is necessary in order to prevent the International Bourgeoisie from invading you until you achieve the final stage of socialism i.e. communism/anarchism/anarchocommunism, or whatever you want to call it, where this dictatorship is eliminated because you have achieved a classless society. Technically speaking, there has not been any communist society, only dictatorships of the proletariat and the problem with greed (while exists, as we have seen in the examples of Khrushchev’s “de-Stalinization” and Neo-liberal policies and Gorbachev’s dissolution of the USSR) can be solved by forcing the high members and bureaucrats of the party that have charges in office to be educated Marxists that have an understanding of the different branches of Marxism, as I believe they do in China.


Also you don’t get your hands sticky while eating it, which is practical.



In that regard BookWyrm works better since it is a collaborative effort and most of the books have a cover and description unless they are too rare.



Super nice summary, I wish it were on a better resolution, though, since I can’t read the bottom text.



Worse for them anyway, every money spent on military bullshit abroad means a weakened infrastructure for them, which translates into a faster collapse.





That is not a byproduct of globalization but of liberalism, it has to have an hegemonic culture that invades others to secure its ideological superstructure. There are two ways, to reject globalization (therefore it is imperative for the need of ethno States; fascism) or to embrace globalization (capitalism and socialism/communism), only with Marxism can globalization trully bloom a la Star Trek.




Well, sure, but plastic degrades anyway by salt and minerals in the water plus the high temperature, so it is still not the best idea.


Ahh, from the putside it looked like it was all plastic.




>On March 2, Chinese regulators published a new draft of rules on notifications and pop-ups. The rules hope to stop Chinese apps’ excessive use of the tools and control what content gets shared in the notifications. > >Why it matters: Chinese tech companies widely use notifications and pop-ups to promote their services. New rules curtailing their use could hurt service providers such as Baidu, Tencent, and Meituan, which rely on such methods to promote their products and generate profit from advertisements.
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