Noam Chomsky – Creating a Libertarian Socialist Society

Noam Chomsky – Creating a Libertarian Socialist Society

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    K E

    This is part of a lecture given by Noam Chomsky in the Poetry Center in New York, 16 Feb. 1970. https://libcom.org/library/government-future-noam-chomsky

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    Libertarian Prince

    DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs in Government Paperback – May 28, 2013
    by Jesse Ventura (Author),‎ Dick Russell (Contributor)

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    Delta

    "But Libertarian Socialism is an oxymoron" – Every dumbass reactionary that knows jackshit about left ideology but thinks they're a powerhouse of intelligence.

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    The General STRIKE

    Marx n Engles Fucked it all up. Tge workers could have remained fully in control,BIG IF those 2 simpletons Marx and Ankles would not have felt like they had to get their impotent cuckery in before the levers of power were handed to the prolitariat.
    Cannot imagine how much more civil and relaxed we could all be.

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    Authority can Suck it with Authority

    ANARCHY=Life as a priceless irreplaceable gift.

    Responsibility for ones self is humanity.

    Liberty can only acheived from accountability.

    A Qaulity Life is achieved by a self empowered, righteous pursuit of ones own aspirations. To pursue ones own calling without contempt or apathy.

    Anarchy is all around us. Blinded by a Hierarchy, based in Psycopathy, with an illusion they grip tightly to their illusion of control. Clearly infectious just look at the hypocritocal, nahscient, daily enslavement to the idiocracy of a hierarchical company store. The saddest part is not that you carry little curiosity as to how the US became so great?
    No most melancholy is that the longest period of this kleptocratic illusion has achieved a nonaggressive peace is 5 whole years. For 200+ years war upon war on millions and millions of brothers and sisters lost for the racketeering of the hierarchy.

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    Manu Forster

    1:11 "Every Anarchist is a Socialist, but not every Socialist is necessarily an Anarchist."
    4:56 "Council Communism…"

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    aristotle736

    Whether it’s 2018 or 1978, professor Chomsky’s brilliance
    is deeply felt. Either he was never a child, or he was born
    at the age of 45.WOW !,,

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    remi lessore

    I am not a socialist but I would like to be as informed as possible – so if any out there who have an understanding of Chomsky would consider these questions I would be grateful.
    1. How long does he think that the members of councils will be sufficiently engaged and informed that they will administer those councils competently -, including holding those they elect to account?
    2. How will he prevent those who's competences are essentially in the field of getting elected to lead and administer the councils simply becoming a professional political class and thereby return to the evils of centralised governance that he would avoid?

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    Justin Jameson

    The state/government/public-sector in the foreseeable far-future/long-term when bottom-up social-cultural-political-legal-economic/socio-cultural-political-legal-economic marxist/marxian socialism with marxist/marxian communism in mind comes to fruition but only once the labor-force military-force/external police-force and the police-force/internal military-force are fully-thoroughly-and-fatally the criminal-force will be made redundant and thereby abolished even the military-force/external police-force and the police-force/internal military-force can be greatly reduced or drastically reduced since a secularised-and-rationalised society through-and-under the broader work-force except the labor-force-like job's/career's/occupation's/profession's/rank's/position's/field's in the broader work-force which are quintessentially bull-shit job's/career's/occupation's/profession's/rank's/position's/field's in the broader work-force or white-collar job's/career's/occupation's/profession's/rank's/position's/field's so blue-collar personalities-and-psychologies/mind-set's have-and-will be liberated/emancipated/vindicated

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    Марко Стипса

    Could workers councils decide how much of profit goes to investments and how much into salaries (consumption)?

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    Chad Reno

    Fuck Bolshevikism go anarch capitalist, true libertarianism, agorism, or voluntaryism. Communism always leads to fascism they're effectively the same authoritarian menace used to destroy the human spirit. We need less government not more, socialism is just thinly veiled communism

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    StarSkull_Cyborg

    finally someone who agrees with me, both of our parties and systems are corrupt. i hope A.I will help humanity grow into a new idea that respects our civil rights, aids the working class, fulfills our basic needs like food and shelter and gives us the freedom we once fought and died for.

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    Brandon Mucciarone

    What exactly is to stop me, in this coercion free society, from simply selling my labour to someone who is willing to buy it? If I'd rather take a job for wages than join one of these worker communes, what is stopping me?

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    TheRedMooncorp

    I do not think that the problem is that people are not mature enough for freedom, I think that a public organization with clear rules, clear punishments and a clear level of authoritarianism is way easier to organize efficiently and is porbably more efficient overall (as long as the majority of the people are politically relevant) than a system without rules, punishments and at least a slimmer of authoritarianism. Also a society with laws and a more central decission making can adapt quicker.
    And I don´t think that you can entirely bridge this gap through a change in culture, education and ethics, which is again very ahrd to reach in an anarchist society anyway.

    Counterarguments?

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    PauliBhoy

    This is everything the 90% wants (excluding the 1% wealthiest plus the 9% hardcore racial-nationalists) in the USA.

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