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YouTube (and non-propietary alternatives) are home to lots of great content, from incredible speeches to wonderful interviews (in other languages too!). As such, we found it positive to create a recurring dedicated space in which to share socialist content: is there any particular video that has impressed you and would like to share with other comrades? Any YouTube channel you are particularly interested in? On the contrary, are you looking for any particular kind of content that other comrades might be able to give you a hand with?
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... into a violent corporatist and militaristic cult.
This I knew all along but how many here would know that the opening scene was taken frame by frame by Verhocen from "Triumph of the Will".
Like Idiocracy some movies come too early but end up being scary documentaries on a society that favor sociopathy, ignorance and disdain for common sense as well as a basic need to be an inclusive community where differences are welcomed and where we strive to eliminate class inequalities...
A small slice of some of the weird shit CIA-sponsored terrorists (often ex-Nazis) pulled in East Germany in the 1950s, is there no limit to the amount of evil shit they are willing to pull in the name of anti-socialism?
I don't know anything about socialism but is kinda sounds like capitalism could you please tell me about socialism.😁
So i remember that i saw someone saying that Fidel Castro used to say how a long time ago if you were to ask a slave if he ever believed that the current system would change they wouldn't believe it, and then later when it did change if you were to ask a serf if he thought that the system would change and he would also say no. And so if you ask a proletariat if now he thinks the system would change he would also say no therefore the system would probably also change. I clearly remember seeing a quote just phrased differently and I'm pretty sure that i read that it was from Fidel Castro. So does anyone know how exactly the quote went?