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ELI5: How is Bernie Sanders type of socialism different than historical socialism

comment by ilovedramadan in explainlikeimfive

2 hours, 37 minutes ago

1: its the collectivization of the MoP so that they are socially and democratically owned. Anarchism is a branch of socialism. State ownership isn't a requirement.

2: the things you mentioned aren't means of production.

ELI5: How is Bernie Sanders type of socialism different than historical socialism

comment by ilovedramadan in explainlikeimfive

2 hours, 56 minutes ago

Socialism is an economic system. Socialist ideologies: plans of a society that use socialism, are divideded into authoritarian and libertarian socialism. Libertarian socialism: anarchism, mutualism, syndicalism, marxist libertarianism. Authoritarian socialism: Orthodox marxist socialism, democratic socialism, leninist socialism, luxembourgism.

Socialism doesn't inherently support large government. In fact most socialist ideologies from both sides advocate for communism, the final hypothetical stage of socirty that is socialist, classless, moneyless, and stateless

ELI5: How is Bernie Sanders type of socialism different than historical socialism

comment by ilovedramadan in explainlikeimfive

3 hours, 42 minutes ago

Nothing has to do with socialism in your post. And anarchism is a branch of socialism

"I drank the water & ate the fish. We all did. The acid has damaged me permanently" - In villages near Africa’s biggest copper mine, you can taste pollution. Legal battle against metals giant Vedanta/KCM reaches London.

comment by FockSmulder in worldnews

15 hours, 57 minutes ago

People are going to read your comment and think that you're downvoting because you oppose anarchism. In doing so, you've supported notacrackheadofficer's first sentence. I don't know whether you meant to do that or not.

"I drank the water & ate the fish. We all did. The acid has damaged me permanently" - In villages near Africa’s biggest copper mine, you can taste pollution. Legal battle against metals giant Vedanta/KCM reaches London.

comment by Tmt1206 in worldnews

16 hours, 42 minutes ago

That's cute that you think these corporations would be overrun by some kids with rocks and fawkes masks in a true no holds barred society. If it was true anarchism you think these groups wouldn't have their own armies on the payroll?

/u/DancesWithPugs banned

submission by -Enkara- in metanarchism

18 hours, 33 minutes ago

User has over 1000 karma in /r/MensRights and 600 in /r/TumblrInAction and only one post in /r/Anarchism from 10 months ago before further ruining the fuck out of this shitshow, they have very little knowledge about what anarchism even is.. In an attempt to keep conversation there productive I've removed all un-replied-to posts of theirs and banned them.

Contemporary Books on Christian Anarchism?

submission by palaverofbirds in Christianity

1 day, 1 hour ago

Hey all,

Crowdsourcing for good leads on books on Christian Anarchism. Would like to study up even though I feel like my anarchist days are past. I've read Tolstoy and Ellul (who I guess is 'contemporary') and I don't need any more. Say in the last 40 years, who is worth adding to my reading list?

On the topic of writing death wishes and wishing other forms of violence on users

submission by Uneje in metanarchism

1 day, 5 hours ago

Here is the comment sparked my idea, but I don't mean that one in particular per se.

> If you ever harm a child, or stand by and allow someone else to harm a child, I hope you are murdered for it. I reallllly do.

This user also made an implication that the person harms children/would harm children/would let children be harmed or has done so. Basically in this user's opinion the "if" criteria is already or will soon be filled (though I personally disagree with their interpretation) so that means that they hope another user is murdered.

More in general, I don't think we should allow veiled or not death wishes (or something like "I hope you get raped" or "I hope you kill yourself") against users here. Even people most would be particularly opposed to, say neonazis, as we are looking to create a safe space, yes? If we allow them against neonazis, where do we draw the line? Whoever the community has a general disdain for? Then whoever has a dissenting minority opinion could be hit with death threats.

Here is a possibly relevant discussion from a year ago.

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