Marxists like to predict the destruction of the status quo by talking about “internal contradictions in the superstructure”… Our anarchist brothers have different terms to say similar things. In any case, our job is to start building the infrastructure of the new society, rather than trying (in vain) to topple this one. It’s falling of its own accord anyway.
I was initially uncertain of whether to publish this, until I saw a recent post by Boxer in which he made an observation within the context of our post-modern feminism culture, that explains much of what I’ve wanted to say regarding the current political situation:
At this stage of our historical development, we should be working alone and in small groups, rather than trying to take political power for ourselves. In time, the tides of history will shift, the weltgeist will take a new shape, and we can come together and reclaim what’s ours. Until then, my boys, you are partisans. Your job is not to show yourselves in the open. Your job is not to do big stuff. Your job is to do small things, which will prepare the way for those who will come later. (bold emphasis added).
This is sound advice, and the reason why should…
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