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Rosa Luxemburg: "Occupation of All positions of Power!"

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The coincidence of the changing of circumstances and of human activity or self-change can be conceived and rationally understood only as revolutionary practice.

Karl Marx, "Theses on Feuerbach"


I embrace you a thousand times, your R.

The Letters of Rosa Luxemburg


I am thinking of George Carlin's 1972 seven "dirty" words routine. These words barely raise an eyebrow now. We have commodified images of Blacks, particularly of Black women. The best collaborators are betrayers.


But say the word "socialism."  


Enslaved Blacks were capitalism's greatest commodity at one time. Exploitation of Black labor institutionalized capitalism in the New World.  


But say the word "socialism."

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