The last revolution….from the left, if it can resolve its failed legacy…//America is now in fascism’s legal phase  

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The left is chanting the same old Marxist mantras and they don’t work. You have to refresh your terms and analyze your failures. After Bolshevism the left must move on in a hurry, sever connections to the old and create new terms of discourse. Those can certainly be socialist but here we have renounce ‘communism’ for neo-communism, for example.

Original comment, perhaps set aside. We have advised against dialectic in Samkhya: Ancient and Modern, and the argument below shows both the insights and delusions/muddle there.

An interesting article but we need to consider that the failure of left revolution, and the shallowness of marxism, have bequeathed revolution to the right, next to the outstanding generators of fascism as such. A new left must reclaim the revolution, and none too soon because fascism in proceeding apace in the cleverness of the hidden puppet strings for such as Trump. The left has never gotten the issue of revolution right and has simply generated counterrevolution. But this dialectic will backfire on the right as a strange kind of third factor of resolution enters to create an ending that is a beginning. Dialectical arguments are not sound logic but this makes funny sense here. The point is to be wary of endless repetition of the first affirmative aspect and recreate the resolution to a counterrevolution with a novel counter-counterrevolution.
I wouldn’t bet money on such an argument but it is true that the current right is seeding its own counter-counterrevolutionary revolution redux…Hope that helps. The point is that if a dialectic goes A B C it will actually have six forms: A C B, B A C, etc, and maybe B A C = new A: as the dialectic of revolution yields to counterrevolution and then to some unknown resolution, one can reaffirm a new starting point in the rubble of counterrevolution??? The point here is that the new revolution is going to be different from the original starting point.

The US’s history of racism is fertile ground for fascism. Attacks on the courts, education, voting rights and women’s rights are steps to toppling democracy

Source: America is now in fascism’s legal phase | The far right | The Guardian

Donald Trump Has Normalized Fascism  

“Let us be reminded that before there is a final solution, there must be a first solution, a second one, even a third. The move toward a final solution is not a jump. It takes one step, then another, then another.”So began Toni Morrison’s 1995 address to Howard University, entitled Racism and Fascism, which delineated 10 step-by-step procedures to carry a society from first to last.

Source: Donald Trump Has Normalized Fascism | Portside

Was Ramana Maharsi a fascist? puking up (neo-) Advaita gibberish…the Vedic fraud as to the history of the yogas… – The Gurdjieff Con

I have been associated with the New Age movement since the mid-seventies of the last century and the only thing I know at this point is that the whole game was a waste of time, got sabotaged by occ…

Source: Was Ramana Maharsi a fascist? puking up (neo-) Advaita gibberish…the Vedic fraud as to the history of the yogas… – The Gurdjieff Con

Now He Tells Us: David Brooks Suggests That the Republican Party Has Embraced Fascism 

The Republicans have become a party of the far Right and like the Italian fascists and German Nazis have taken on a war mentality against their putative enemies, because they are the ones who are truly being threatened. They have embraced and defended Trump’s white supremacy and authoritarian moves, along with his penchant for reciting whatever self-serving lies that come into his head.

Source: Now He Tells Us: David Brooks Suggests That the Republican Party Has Embraced Fascism – CounterPunch.org