Liberalism and (neo-)communism

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The legacy of marxism/leninism in its phase of bolshevism is one of a hard contrast between opposites and the obliteration of one society to construct another, the later however never really defined in advance by those proposing a new society.

Our suggestion is that this was a mistake due to the way thinking tends to polarize and in the history of socialism this process is notably at work. But the result has so far never produced a successful outcome. It could hardly be otherwise and social construction from scratch is a tremendously difficult task, one that ended up disastrously in the hands of dictators.

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 The US could achieve a new global position by leading the way beyond capitalism…

China, whatever its geopolitical rise, is so flawed as a communist system as to be a hopeless contradiction…the US could, however seemingly imaginary the possibility, lead the way through the crisis planetary destruction by creating a path to postcapitalism…Our DMNC model, however up in the air, is concrete enough to suggest a way, one that doesn’t get stuck in the muddle of chinese political idiocy (but the chinese could take the same path with its own version done right…)

The importance of this cannot be overemphasized. It is, quite possibly, life-and-death for the planet… Mark Twain once commented, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”

Source: Conflict With Iran Portends World War III | Common Dreams Views

 Opposites as a unity?

The world of the chinese aspires to democracy, and the world of the democracies aspires to socialism: n’er the twain shall meet: we need to formulate a single format for democracy/socialism that is not stuck in the hard duality of the opposites that aren’t opposites.
Our democratic market neo-communism is one such unification of those opposites and both Hong Kong and the mainland could use it!

Something didn’t quite add up. This past weekend, protestors were rallying outside the American embassy in Hong Kong. They were waving American flags. They were singing The Star-Spangled Banner. One 24-year-old protester wore a red Make America Great Again hat. Some signs at the protest read “President Trump, please liberate Hong Kong.”

Source: Hong Kong and the Future of China – CounterPunch.org

 Capitalists shouldn’t be the ones to define the term…

We tend to take for granted the definition of capitalism: or let capitalists define it for us. But the whole semantics is up in the air, and we can insist on its delimitation as the correct definition…!!
Our ‘democratic market neo-communism’ allows ‘markets’ under conditions of a Commons, etc…That gives neo-communism its own ‘capitalist’ aspect, etc…

Source: capitalists don’t own capitalism or its definition…if property is theft, the solution is within reach…//An alliance of big business and democratic socialists…? – 1848+: The End(s) of History

Revolution in a void?

R48G: the template of a neo-communist revolution
July 29th, 2017 ·
https://www.dropbox.com/s/d1fmhfcq4xithv4/Democratic_Market_Neo_Communism_ver_5.p
Our discussions of ‘democratic market neo-communism’ are an attempt to deal with the obsessive compromises that always overtake leftist positions resulting in the usual social democratic
wishing well of ‘social democratic’ fantasy. Continue reading “Revolution in a void?”

 Legitimacy of current system under collapse?

We need a collision of the rising left and its bouquet of many movements, especially centered around climate change, with the whole terminally defunct political, capitalist, and media dinosaur: a collision is short of a revolution but could lead to the net equivalent as the legitimacy of the current system collapses… Continue reading ” Legitimacy of current system under collapse?”

 The confusion of modernity and capitalism

The left needs a new historical paradigm (one approach is the eonic model) in a form that is simplified and used as an historical outline that avails itself of the immense amount of new data that has expanded our knowledge of world history. It is not a hindrance but in reality an advantage to see from such a study that history isn’t really driven by economic forces: Continue reading ” The confusion of modernity and capitalism”