Time for our daily leftist thread. Radical leftism edition.
That means, no SJW's, no identity politics, no queer theory, no Democratic Socialism, no Bernie Sanders, no radical feminism.
Let's try and keep it mostly to economic theory. Let's start off with
>Organizations affiliated with
I'll start off obviously:
WSPUS, as well as my city's local Socialist organization. I work with and am fairly heavily invested in a few of our local workers' co-operatives.
Comandante Marcos is my waifu
A few lives spent for the driving force that allows modern life versus numerous lives spent for governance by committee.
>Hey, let's set up a society of workers, soldiers, peasants and intellectuals
Bill, you can be the worker and manufacture all our goods
Jim, you can be the soldier and get your leg blown off fighting all our wars
Ted, you can be the peasant and supply all our food
and what will you do?
>Oh, I will be the intellectual and sit all day on my arse telling you all what to do
Some animals are more equal than others
google Why Johnny Can't Think pdf
Bill and Ted's jobs can easily be done by robots. Jim doesn't have to be a soldier if he doesn't want to. I would prefer to put my talents to work directing a transit co-operative, though I also wouldn't mind putting my coding skills to work developing embedded systems for the machines doing our work for us.
Hm sounds like you're having a little trouble. You see, in a corporate setting, a director generally reports to the leadership, and communicates their desires down to the workers. In the case of a co-operative, the director serves as a liaison between the workers, and the specific individuals producing/maintaining what the workers decide should be produced. I guess I shouldn't expect you to know much about the real world though.