Leftists have always fought an uphill battle against the oppression of a system built by and for the bourgeoisie. The system has to be radically changed to fit the needs of everybody. This can happen in one of two ways: violent revolution and electoral reform. In the United States, it's pretty much impossible to stage … Continue reading Necessary Election Reforms the Left Has to Fight for
Following the death of Comandante Fidel Castro, many articles have been written about him. They relish in his death and generally give an unfair analysis of his life by putting him to a higher standard than that of other world leaders. I am not one to pull punches on someone who has recently died. I believe … Continue reading In Defense of Fidel Castro
So the election is over and a winner has been chosen. Donald Trump is the next president of the United States of America. The question now is: what does this mean and what's next for the nation? I could probably answer this question by looking at the backlog of vomit Trump has spewed from his … Continue reading Trump Won. What’s Next?
How A Capitalist Workplace Works I'm fairly certain most people are at least somewhat familiar with the concept of a Capitalist workplace. An employer who has the resources to start a business hires employees and together they create a product or service. In this arrangement, both parties invest in the venture, but in different ways: Employer … Continue reading The Current System of Capitalist Exploitation
Capitalist politicians love to applaud the "free market" as a means to bring prosperity to the hardworking working class. The idea being that anybody with the desire for greatness can pick themselves "up by their bootstraps" and achieve riches abound. "Free markets" are so fantastic, they can almost regulate themselves. It's easy enough: someone wants/needs something, … Continue reading The Truth About the “Free Market”
Spoilers For "Don't Hug Me I'm Scared" I'd highly suggest watching the videos in order, but I'll also be posting the videos down below for reference purposes. In this list, I'll be ranking them by how much I personally enjoy each episode. This is my personal opinion. I'll also be sharing general observations and what … Continue reading “Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared”: Ranked and Analyzed
I recently got done rewatching "The Lego Movie". When you get past the fact that it's a movie that literally advertises the product it's about, it's a pretty good movie. It's also full of satire and philosophy. I could write a marxist analysis on this movie. To be honest though, I'm much more interested in … Continue reading Philosophy In The Lego Movie