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    Hi I'm new here and thought I should introduce myself! I am a self described Marxist Leninist , I m very passionate about my beliefs and I wish to meet and make friends with fellow comrades who share my same beliefs. I ll post on here once and a while , but I promise my posts are worthwhile reading. So I'm really excited to be here and I hope everyone accepts me! And hears what I have to say! ✌🏻✌🏻✌🏻
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    What are your political beliefs?
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    Well I don't know where to start lol, but I'm pro LGBTQ, I believe in climate change and believe we our goverment especially our current administration should be doing more about it. I believe the workers should own the means of production, I believe that their are a lot of flaws with this country of those flaws one is the capitalist system we live under that creates a culture of one upmanship and exploitation not just in work but in other types of regions in society. I made another post on here about career paths! You should go check that out to get more info on me, but I'm glad I signed up for RevLeft and I understand you're asking for my Beliefs because just anybody could be a troll or some Alt Right Facist.
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    Well I don't know where to start lol, but I'm pro LGBTQ, I believe in climate change and believe we our goverment especially our current administration should be doing more about it. I believe the workers should own the means of production, I believe that their are a lot of flaws with this country of those flaws one is the capitalist system we live under that creates a culture of one upmanship and exploitation not just in work but in other types of regions in society. I made another post on here about career paths! You should go check that out to get more info on me, but I'm glad I signed up for RevLeft and I understand you're asking for my Beliefs because just anybody could be a troll or some Alt Right Facist.

    Okay, cool, thanks for understanding.

    So what's a 'next-step', maybe, to overcome the internal divisiveness within the working class -- ? How can there be more workers-power solidarity and less back-biting careerism there, to spread socialist ideas and get the working class to its own victory over the bourgeoisie and hegemony over the world's productive implements -- ?
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    Well first I think we need to create more unions and create a more unified environment. I think the divide within the working class comes from conflicting ideas about culture, life, and politics. I think we need to get more of our people out their in the world not just online but in person Up close and personal to confront people with what they believe in and show them them the alternative. I think we should spread our message online and network, but at the same time start joining unions, creating unions, creating massive protests and marches kinda like Occupy or something even bigger than that. We need to be committed as workers and really be strong enough to beat the bourgeoisie, I think we should also start creating socialist or left wing unions in all fields of work like plumbing or carpentry. We need a place for workers to feel comfortable, and we need to create groups that consist of people who share our beliefs because than we're united and not divided. I think to make a change worldwide we first need to change America first because of the dominant hold America has on the world, I think we should definitely protest and create movements in other countries no doubt about that, but we need to take this place first. Once we're united in our self created unions, once we've made our presence know with huge gatherings and protests, once we get REAL attention, once we have more groups and more people we can make the next Major move. I don't know what the major move would be though, that's for all of us to decide.
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