Leftists, You Don’t Need to Have All The Answers, But You Need to Have Some Answers

It’s all well and good to say, “Smash the system!” I support and agree with that statement whole heartedly. However if we are not offering a genuine alternative to the status quo and the systems we are attacking then Leftists are screwing over ourselves by weakening our argument and, more importantly, we are screwing over the people we areContinue reading “Leftists, You Don’t Need to Have All The Answers, But You Need to Have Some Answers”

Class not Cliques, An Observation About Organizing

I have noticed a trend of behavior in activists, organizers and mobilizers where I live. Before I proceed though I want to make it abundantly clear that this is not a call out, nor is it directed at any specific person or organization. It is simply an observation that I have made after losing countContinue reading “Class not Cliques, An Observation About Organizing”

Commodity, You Are Not Your Surplus Value (a Socialist poem about humanity)

Commodity Everything from the human spirit to dignity has become a commodity. Oceans boil, Flowers wilt, And blood is spilled everywhere. We hold the wrong people to the worst scrutiny, and we continue to masterbate ourselves with patriotism. Commodities, Our time, Our minds and training, Just means to our bosses ends, only because they haveContinue reading “Commodity, You Are Not Your Surplus Value (a Socialist poem about humanity)”

My case for #Bernie2020

The largest demographic of voters in the U.S. are registered independents. The most popular politician with independents is not Joe Biden nor any other democrat, it’s Bernie Sanders. Biden, Warren, and Harris are weak. Bernie is the only politician who can win over independent voters in 2020. Harris is too much of a cop toContinue reading “My case for #Bernie2020”

The Internationale (a socialist poem calling for the workers of the world to unite)

The Internationale Arise you workers from your slumber, Arise you prisoners of starvation, Arise you wretched of the Earth, Arise you prisoners of Want, For Reason and Revolt now thunders, For Justice Thunders condemnation, For at last ends the age of can’t, For a better world is in birth. No traditions chain shall bind us,Continue reading “The Internationale (a socialist poem calling for the workers of the world to unite)”

There is no… | A socialist poem about the class war and liberty

There is no… There is no socialism without democracy. There is no liberation without inclusivity. There is no peace while there is class war. There is no dignity while there is no privacy. There is no freedom without change. There is no hope without the people.

Your Weekly Presidential Address (a socialist feminist poem about Donald Trump)

Your Weekly Presidential Address Your weekly address, Your daily lie, Your frothing anger, Your excuses and hate, Your rape culture, Your racism, Your warped sense of reality. Hail to the chief, Long live the great leader. Your weekly address, Your dying hope, Your source of evil.

The Professional Protester | Episode 43 | Police hold Cop Expo on Six Month Anniversary of Stephon Clark’s Murder, BLM demands accountability

On September 18, 2018 the police in Sacramento hosted a statewide Cop Expo. When Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones learned that Black Lives Matter would be picketing their event, he encouraged white supremacist counter protesters to come out, putting the lives of Black Lives Matter organizers and supporters at risk. Organizers and supporters of BLM tookContinue reading “The Professional Protester | Episode 43 | Police hold Cop Expo on Six Month Anniversary of Stephon Clark’s Murder, BLM demands accountability”

Fear Us Not (a socialist poem)

Fear Us Not Dare not leave me alone with my thoughts, Nor do I do so myself, at least not willingly. For what is life but nature, And what is nature but a beauty and a curse, And what a cruse is this lie, That is human nature. Curse the human tide, And frequent tedium,Continue reading “Fear Us Not (a socialist poem)”

People Who You Didn’t Know Were Socialists – Charlie Chaplin