Hope And Change Update

Rioters and looters are working hard this week in Missouri to convince everyone that they are not violent criminals, and the Attorney General has traveled there to show his support

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21 Responses to Hope And Change Update

  1. “We are building a communist organization to be part of the forces which build a revolutionary communist party to lead the working class to seize power and build socialism.”

    Bernadine Dohrn

    Outlaws of America: The Weather Underground and the Politics of Solidarity, page 234

    They are not violent criminals. They are proletarian revolutionaries engaged in class struggle against convenience stores and factory shoe outlets. To seize power and build socialism.

    • mjc says:

      And the difference iis?

    • ”And the difference is?”

      Proletarian class-consciousness. *)

      That’s what turns “Lumpenproletariat” **), i.e. the lowest, most degraded stratum of proletariat into a conscious revolutionary force (Marx describes those members of the proletariat who lacked class consciousness, especially criminals, vagrants, and the unemployed).

      Once they develop Marxist consciousness, their ”awareness becomes itself a social force” ***), and they become ready to be organized and led by the Communist Party.

      The development of the protesters’ class consciousness is the responsibility of community organizers, the media and institutions of higher learning. The Attorney General as the top law enforcement officer must ensure that we don’t have criminals running in the streets because it’s in the Constitution and also because people don’t like it.

      So once the Lumpenproletariat develops class consciousness, it becomes a part of historical social forces, stops being common criminals and the Attorney General can go back to Washington.

      When the class-conscious protesters then loot a small business, e.g. a convenience store, they revolutionize the “petite bourgeois” owner who either

      a) joins them and goes on class-conscious looting of other convenience stores with them, or
      b) refuses to do so, remains an unconscious reactionary lackey of (mainly) Zionist capital ****) and deserves what he gets.

      Again, no laws are broken in either case because social justice is served, progress is made and that’s what people want.

      I’m glad I could clear it up.


      *) Manifesto of the Communist Party

      **) Lumpenproletariat

      ***) The Decline of American Capitalism, Corey, L., New York, 1934, The Struggle for Power

      ****) Ridwan al Hilw (Yusuf), 1935, Seventh Congress of the Comintern Report of Arab Delegates

  2. There Is No Substitute for Victory. says:

    You should add, “To seize power and to build Socialism on the brown backs of Hispanics and Koreans whose shops and stores we sack, loot and plunder.”

  3. tom0mason says:

    Steven I believe you have the words support and show transposed, please correct to read –
    ” …and the Attorney General has traveled there to support his show”

  4. philjourdan says:

    The AG is there to make sure the Kangaroo Court is convened.

  5. ACR says:

    In contrast to the civil disobedience in Missouri, progressives have cheered the indictment of the governor of Texas for aggravated vetoing of a bill progressives like.

  6. Jason Calley says:

    Rioters and looters (from both the political class and the private class) are working hard this week in Missouri to convince everyone that they are not violent criminals, and the Attorney General has traveled there to show his support.

  7. tom0mason says:

    In contrast a long time ago a President offered real hope for a real future –

    “This Administration’s objective will be a healthy, vigorous, growing economy that provides equal opportunities for all Americans, with no barriers born of bigotry or discrimination. Putting America back to work means putting all Americans back to work. Ending inflation means freeing all Americans from the terror of runaway living costs. All must share in the productive work of this ’new beginning,’ and all must share in the bounty of a revived economy.”

    Ronald Reagan

    • Ed Martin says:

      And he spent the equivalent of 10 trillion in today’s dollar stimulating the economy. And they’re still spending money on that multi-trillion ‘Star Wars’ money drain.

      • tom0mason says:

        My point is to compare and contrast what Ronald Reagan did for the whole US economy and therefore the nation, and what Obama has done to the US economy, has done to the nation.

      • cdquarles says:

        Tell that lie to the Israelis, who are using that ‘money drain’ to help defend their country from Islamic destruction.

        • Ed Martin says:

          Are the Israeli shooting down intercontinental ballistic missiles with lasers? I don’t mind being corrected, hope it’s true. 😉 you know these ICBM things that Reagan said could be recalled after launch?
          There I go again, better get out of here

        • Ed Martin says:

          The value of the dollar has changed since 25 years ago when Reagan was in office. They have spent over a trillion dollars on ‘star wars’ it’s on the record. So I did not lie. If I am wrong, more power to you, hope so.

        • cdquarles says:

          No, they’re not shooting down ICBMs with lasers, but that was not the be-all and end-all of “Star Wars” strategic missile defense. They are shooting down ballistic missiles with missiles, which was what ‘Star Wars’ was really about, you know, the thing said to be impossible by the likes of Ted Kennedy.

        • Ed Martin says:

          On closer inspection… Initially, the weapons required included space- and ground-based nuclear X-ray lasers, subatomic particle beams, and computer-guided projectiles fired by electromagnetic rail guns—all under the central control of a supercomputer system. The bulk of the money was spent to intercept intercontinental ballistic missiles while they still flew high above the Earth, minimizing their effects. However, there was a large power requirement for these types of weapons — power requirements so vast that nuclear power was the method of choice. Thus, as the reality of creating numerous nuclear plants diminished, so did the ambitious designs. The primary focus of the weapons design group was later focused on “land based kinetic energy weapons.” These weapons were essentially guided missile projectiles. So one good thing did come out of all this but it’s hardly what ‘Star Wars’ was really about. Ted Kennedy called it reckless spending behavior.

          Even Poppy Bush called trickle down economics reckless. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BuPIbt-CMAAXLeM.jpg
          Personally, I think it was as reckless as Kissinger & Nixon buddying up with Communist China.

  8. Ed Martin says:

    Sorry, sir, I don’t mean to offend anyone. Just had a lot of caffeine and should have held my fangers… I’ve never voted for a dem, haven’t voted for a Republican since ‘poppy Bush’ so that makes me probably the stupidest, casting third party votes like that. Carry on, I won’t cause any more disruptions.

    Gotta get back to work

  9. EternalOptimist says:

    I havn’t red marx on the lumpenproletariat
    but I’ve red marks on my weiner

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