i think a syndicalism should be in COMPLETE solidarity with a socialism such as the universal basic income advocates and even the sawantians, because the state that these socialists believe in is the one that could be mature enough to gradually erode and eradicate itself? i know syndicalism is planning on taking power from the capitalistic interests of the state while the latter is being a possessive little kid about it, but we should still use socialism to create a state that would phase the power out gradually.
The Energy From Thorium foundation is a charitable organization concerned with educating the public about the benefits of thorium based energy and liquid fluoride nuclear reactors that are highly efficient.
what’s our thoughts on this? i wanna put more time into learning about it.
Matteo Pasquinelli and Nick Land were talking on twitter about ‘surplus value of code’ and telecomputation and Matteo made a joke about NIETZSCHE’S TURING HORSE it blew me the fuck away i’m still trying to ruminate over it.
got a question for the hard-left,
do cops necessarily know that “crime” is constructed and perpetuated by them?
does tumblr know that some cops are black?
is someone gonna link me to a good piece of writing about these points……..
See these tenses used? The author of repetition evinces his belief in eternal return.
god i love this it’s almost quixotic this passionate sacrifice he fancies.
guys i just think that we should talk about like free market bullying via the empires is like as bad as the environment problem? and i know the fight against the kxl pipeline is a fight against big business but still no one at the action yesterday seemed to think about the concept of imported oil they just knew they didn’t want domestic oil….
Don DeLillo, White Noise (via arielia)
yeah that’s Wotan’s problem he thinks death will actually solve anything
so uhm i know i went to a whole big NoKXL thing yesterday but i really don’t know what to say to the “it makes us less dependent on foreign oil” point that they make pro-KXL?
is the green movement insensitive to the political economy of socio-ethical logistics?
am i liberal? should i take an economics class?
ps sry i really don’t have that much faith in wind. solar slightly more faith.
on this piece http://youtu.be/VmfOEkVgwhc
the thing about like BATs and the whole resistance against the test industry is it’s uncritical of teachers. i understand that their solidarity and safe space is a priority when hordes of TFAers are laying siege, but it doesn’t have mechanisms to criticize the cynical matter-of-fact teachers who see teach-to-the-test as authentic pedagogy.
and if i would say to one of those teachers “if you’re going to sell yourself to those who write the test then you’re as good as dead” i would be called out for lack of solidarity with a poor unionized teacher who took a four-year education certification.