Message from Blebleh in /leftypol/ International #hindi
indian people, what is up with the THOUSANDS of indian guys that beg white women for nude cam sex pics etc.?
Describes my general beliefs
Indian guys are horny af
Something about the air and water in India man
my friend keeps adding my skype to "admecontacts"
which is full of indian guys looking for girls that arent there
have over 200 requests from them
@PremYattani Anarcho-communism is extreme left, what don't you like about it?
Anarcho-capitalism is extreme right, right?
I have a problem with that label of left or right because I agree with what might be considered either
Everything based on it's own merit
Capitalism is hierarchic
capitalists need a state to enforce property
if you removed the state the workers would seize the means
I think that there are natural heirarchies that will always manifest in society, also, I am against the idea of equality of outcome as opposed to equality of opportunit
I agree, so I like libertarian socialism
@Firefly I think that's a super intense question and to say yes causes a lot of problems
but I disagree about natural hierarchies
There can't be "to each according to his contribution" in capitalism
Natural heirarchies are heirarchies that arise out of say, a highly skilled engineer becoming a leader of an engineering committee or something @Blebleh
capitalists extract from the workers, and even in mutualism, they are subjugated to market distortion which would degenerate in capitalism
I agree though
I definitely agree with marxist critique of capitalism
anarcho-communism isn't primitivism
Totally on point
Natural heirarchies exist all throughout nature tbh
Not just in humans
"Does it follow that I reject all authority? Perish the thought. In the matter of boots, I defer to the authority of the bootmaker; concerning houses, canals, or railroads, I consult the architect or the engineer. For such special knowledge I apply to such a "savant." But I allow neither the bootmaker nor the architect nor the "savant" to impose his authority on me. I listen to them freely and with all the respect merited by their intelligence, their character, their knowledge, reserving always my incontestable right of criticism and censure. I do not content myself with consulting a single authority in any special branch; I consult several; I compare their opinions and choose that which seems to me soundest. But I recognize no infallable authority, even in special questions; consequently, whatever respect I may have for the honesty and the sincerity of an individual, I have no absolute faith in any person. Such a faith would be fatal to my reason, to my liberty, and even to the success of my undertakings; it would immediately transform me into a stupid slave, the tool of other people's will and interests."
In any case
They don't call jobs hierarchies
I am a Sikh and my whole approach to politics is on the basis of Sikhi
Which I think is quite similar to what anarcho-communism seems to present
Hence, I am taking political science in uni
And trying to concentrate on that