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 The coming capitalist endgame…beyond beggared socialist semantics to a neo-communism even capitalists will find attractive…

July 6th, 2018 · No Comments

The us is moving toward its endgame and the potential for a new beginning of ‘real democracy’. A new generation looks favorably on socialism, in part because they have no future in a system undergoing monopolization form the right. But ‘socialism’ as such is a beggared term. It is time to be direct and look to the coming point of no return and, taking the cue from the new popularity of socialism, point to a ‘revolution done right’: a neo-communist resolution. This revolution most probably will happen spontaneously and be possible via simple electoral majorities. Our ‘democratic market neo-communism’ is a formula to compute these possiblities. We should assume that the reign of propaganda is the principal obstacle, not canonical opposition to the left…Let us note that capitalists themselves are looking for a formula on the left and our DMNC could certainly claim a strong minority of ‘born again socialist ‘capitalists’!’.

The palatability of Ocasio-Cortez’s policy platform reflects two important realities: Actually existing “democratic socialism” — which is to say, the brand championed by its most prominent proponents in elected office — is almost indistinguishable from left-liberalism; and left-liberal policies are already quite popular in the United States. If all Americans voted for the party whose positions on economic policy best matched their own stated preferences, then the Republican Party would not be competitive in national elections. The GOP’s strength derives entirely from the considerable appeal of white identity politics with constituencies that happen to wield disproportionate power over our political system.

Source: Ocasio-Cortez’s Socialism Can Work in the Midwest

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