Listening to anem pro agenda. think I' m being taken in by it. tse',' tsar.
Satyre. v. 4 hours ago 'iii' " ii'
We been listening to "The Daily Shoah'' for a while now. Monitoring enemy propaganda. We become particularly
disturbed because their views quite often align with my own. I' m a socialist and I believe in the rights of the worker,
the ordinary man or woman making a living. But increasingly these racist fascists mirror my beliefs in their
understanding of the liberation of the class. I don' t agree with racism, denim or but their
musings on economics seem to align with my own more than I' d like, Marx frequently talked about the economic
liberty of Irish workers in Britain and them being aligned against British proletarians by the capitalists, how can I not
draw parallels between this and the importation from other countries to America? Third world labour is
undercutting Americans right now, as much as I accept people wanting to We here and live the American dream.
The capitalists Import cheap labour tn undercut wages and be good consumers. Perhaps we can' t have our Socialist
country in a place in which many different groups compete for supremacy? Perhaps there has to be some sort of
homogeneity to realise what we want?
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Don' t think about this-, subtleracism is our number one cause first and foremost. To stand against fascism we must
stand against racism. There' s nothing more important than ending white supremacy in America, once their majority is
gone we' ll have a real shot at a true socialist state because we can see the voting patterns. Some has like
immigration lowering wages you just have to ignore. Not all has are created equal.
par Paul Ital: El ": -, oort
Not all facts are created equal.