Che Guevara Myths Refuted

  Today October ninth, 2017, marks the 50th anniversary of the death of one of the left’s most recognizable heroes, Ernesto “Che” Guevara. To call Che controversial would be an understatement, I'd go as far as to call him the most controversial political figure of the 20th century. Especially as of late, with the rise … Continue reading Che Guevara Myths Refuted

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Reply to an AnCap (Hoodie Demon)

Our publisher first tries to invoke the definition of capitalism as an argument for why government activity cannot be associated with it. However this ignores what capitalism is. Take socialism for example, socialism is technically defined as worker ownership of the means of production, however the workers simply owning the means of production does not … Continue reading Reply to an AnCap (Hoodie Demon)

In Defence of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

By @gecko_vs_the_bourgeoisie (Original Essay) Side note: The structure of this paper will be introduction, structure of state organs, economy and work system, refuting common arguments, and a conclusion. Introduction In this paper, I will be defending the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, henceforth referred to as the DPRK from many unfounded, insourced, and in some … Continue reading In Defence of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea