Well intentioned white liberals often assume that all oppressed groups stand in solidarity with each other, that is because liberals are class reductionist.
I love Lenin, but one of his rivals had a very good point.
We need less Chapo Trap Houses, and more Cornel Wests.
What is a writer to do when he wants to write everything!?
Two words, purple ketchup.
What is redundant is the time wasted arguing about what is or is not “socialism.”
There is something less romantic About the way you read my poems. You hold not the paper I scribbled my soul on But a screen. I write these words on a screen and send it to yours. This screen. These screens connect us, So why do are we so alone? Why is isolation the firsContinue reading “This Screen”
20 years in hell. 6 months in purgatory. Our was it just 1 month in county jail? Time means nothing when your in shackles Even though it is all they give you. The filth and grime on the bottom of my bare foot replaces any dignity I had. And the cold, do not make meContinue reading “20 Years In Hell”
Some say reading theory is not as important to organizing as direct action. This way of thinking is both rightwing and capitalist.
Recently at a socialist night school I attended on Imperialism a fellow student said that Marxism, “denies people the sense of spirituality they need to become truly enlightened and gaining the ability to truly unite as one.” First of all, that’s bullshit. Second of all, no. Third of all, what!?. Copping to my bias here,Continue reading “Marx is my Jesus”
What Place Do The Artists Have in Revolution? PRODUCE! Must produce content! For fame, For a following, Quite literally and painfully so, thanks to the stench of both words. To produce is to manufacture, To manufacture is to produce. The workers are the ones who produce, So the artists, the writers, the creators, we areContinue reading “What Place Do The Artists Have in Revolution? A Poem”
John Hickenlooper, former CO governor, has dropped out of the 2020 Democratic party primary. Hickenlooper is the 2nd candidate to drop out of the primary, the first was California congressional representative Eric Swalwell, who dropped out in early July. Hickenlooper never polled higher than 2% and his only claim to fame was getting booed ofContinue reading “#Breaking: Hickenlooper Drops Out”