Why We Are Opposed to the Current Post-Left Strategy

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daydreamdays
Why We Are Opposed to the Current Post-Left Strategy

As the democratically elected official for the Rest of the Left through the Imaginary Caucus, I have decided to explain my position on the current Post-Left strategy. Their strategy at this juncture seems to be to start a bunch of gangs and to get rid of us. As I do not want to be gotten rid of or roped into a gang, I am, quite naturally opposed to this. So long that we are not attempted to be gotten rid of or roped into whatever adventurist actions they may be planning, especially those that involve our being gotten rid of, I think, that we can avoid the intransigent claims at authentic Anarchism and the all too easy slander of crypto-Fascism and call it a truce. We can accept that they may have legitimate critiques of organization without having to,concede that the Left should be wholeheartedly abandoned. May eternal peace reign and may the forces of democratic freedom forever prevail!

anon (not verified)
Cool story bro.

nice to see you again, daydreamdays!

Oh wait, maybe not...

daydreamdays
Cya Later.

It's nice to see you too. I posted this thread, but then I thought that it wouldn't post so I posted in the other one, but I am taking off so as to not further derail anything with my ramblings as I have recently figured out how to use reddit. Best of luck everyone! I'll see you whenever.

anon (not verified)
take care, have fun over

take care, have fun over there, don’t spend too much time online though

anon (not verified)
True, like you know... Last

True, like you know... Last time he showed up in here.

anon (not verified)
the anon you're responding to

the anon you're responding to is likely just ddd talking to himself - look at the timestamp on the response. I doubt anyone was sitting on here refreshing the page to see his response.

He did this last time as well. Sort of weird, sort of a bad excuse to keep talking about inane bullshit like his music project, but here's hoping he takes his own advice and chills a bit

anon (not verified)
you’re absolutely correct

you’re absolutely correct with those observations, except for one fact: there is one anon (me) that reads all comments and compulsively checks for new content (except when asleep or busy).

i made the warning from experience, tho it’s a common enough problem.

i mitigate it by not visiting many other sites, or consuming many other types of media (like series, people who binge watch a lot of series don’t have time to reply to random anews comments, or those who visit busier sites or forums or social media, i like the cozier size and flow of anews. also, i just went out tonight, it was a great time, another reason to stay offline. but then again, i met these people online.)

senileoldtroll (not verified)
What "post-left strategy"?

What "post-left strategy"?

anon (not verified)
I think he's confusing neo

I think he's confusing neo-left with post-left, a common error amongst newbies!

anon (not verified)
I WILL HAVE MY ADVENTURIST

I WILL HAVE MY ADVENTURIST ESCAPISM IF IT'S THE LAST THING I DO

no, but seriously; what?

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