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Cake day: Aug 17, 2019


Every politician linked to the tiktok ban invests in facebook and google.

Every single one of them.

I know this doesn’t add much of value to this thread, but fuck it needs to be said more. It’s not about any of the things they’re talking about, the ban is for money.

Also the ban (as i understand it) isn’t so much about tiktok, but is moreso a ban on anything the government doesn’t like in the digital & tech sectors. I.E. a legal means to push out foreign and startup competition so the monopolies can make bigger profits.

if you’re looking for a genre with a large selection of liberal naratives. look no further than the shooter genre. From games like Call of Duty to more obscure titles like “Freedom Fighters” where you fight against a Soviet invasion of New York as a guerilla partisan the genre is drenched in “well achktually communism is when evil and it’s always based to kill them”

Almost every popular shooter that even so much as hints at real-world politics has a strong liberal bias, seeing American “democracy” as the penultimate form of political expression, and taking all of its arguments to heart. The enemies are almost always both foreign and “authoritarian”, to boot.

In games like CoD, Battlefield, etc. the enemies are almost always Russians, and often of the Soviet variety. Even games like the Metro series depict the ideological poles as a “both sides” narrative. The far-right Fourth Reich, literal nazis, are shown to be just as evil and scheming as the “Red Line”, an ML “”“Stalinist”“” faction. (Stalinism in this case following the idea that uncle Joe was a power-hungry tyrant that killed all of his political opponents and personally starved his people for fun)

exterior to shooters, the next genre that tends to have some extremely liberal takes are Real Time Strategy games. Men of War sees the Soviets as an oppressive force, following “soviet waves” propaganda. The Hearts of Iron series is perhaps one of the worst offenders, seeing “Democracy” - being a stand-in for Liberalism - as the one true virtuous ideology. While seeing the “extremes” under a horseshoe theory light. The only real difference between Fascism and Communism in the game is Communism is when hammer and sickle and Fascism is when swastika. Otherwise, the two ideologies function relatively the same, to the point that choosing between them comes down to personal preferences - essentially turning the game into a left or right litmus test. (no surprise the fanbase for the game is littered with Nazis).

If there is one singular game I’d have to say is the most liberal, I don’t believe I could come up with an answer. The entire industry is to its knees in liberalism, to a point that most if not all games have some touches of liberalism in them. And virtually all of the major titles can serve as ideology booklets for pro-capitalist propaganda. The industry is so bad with liberalism that actual Nazi games, such as HP Hogwarts Legacy, still sell well despite online protesting and boycotts.

boy howdy I keep seeing things from people acting as though Russia and China have any real chance of going to war against each other. It really feels like western media is trying to drive a wedge between the two superpowers, and it seems like that starts with convincing westerners that there is already one.

Though I've read and watched a lot about the BPP, I realize there's a lot that has never crossed my path. I assume this is true for a lot of comrades here as well. So, please use this post to share sources and theory surrounding the Panthers and ask questions about them.

short version of the M&R pact; Soviets needed to buy time to build up resources, knowing war with Germany was inevitable and being led to believe the western powers were going to ignore Germany in Europe. (US, France, and the UK refused to go to war with Germany. The UK’s line on it was “peace in our time”, and they tried to stick to that until the invasion of Belgium in 1940). A source nerd can provide the proper sources for this, I can’t be dicked rn.

According to this article by Grover Furr (not the best person for sources, but it’s a compelling article) the USSR did not invade Poland. Rather they upheld signed and agreed on promises made with Polish representatives, and did so to protect Polish citizens from Germany’s oppressive rule. The USSR also armed and aided Polish freedom-fighting groups and after the war returned their sovereignty to their rightful control. Germany invaded, the Soviets liberated.

Also if we need to come up with justifications for the invasion of Poland, the Polish government was leading genocide and harassment against the ethnic Ukrainians whose legal territory was wrongfully given to the new Polish state by the western powers following WWI in the breakup of the German state. The USSR’s “invasion” of eastern Poland ended that.

this was no doubt made by a white cis-male who was born between 1995 - 2005, who has never researched political science and only has the confidence to make these videos because fellow losers told him he was right.

digging further, I’m right on them being a cis-male and might be right about their age. They have an accent that is slightly different from one you might find in the UK, so they must be from the commonwealth. That can be narrowed down to either Australia or New Zealand, and my money would be on the latter. They seem to hold radical liberal views and unless they’re taking the piss out of their own political position, this video would imply that they see themself as a centrist. They also compare Marxist-Leninists to Nazis in multiple videos and have a video titled “Tankie Stupidity” with a thumbnail with strawman saying for MLs. As well, they believe that “communist countries do not exist”.

I didn’t know what this was so I looked it up

“Shen Yun Performing Arts is a United States-based non-profit … It is operated by the Falun Gong new religious movement.” (source: Wikipedia)

It is disgusting to me that most people have no idea that European business leaders - notably the ones in England - strongly supported the south. Further, it upsets me that most people don’t know that workers demonstrated and held strikes to force their bosses to stop supporting the southern war effort.

The US civil war was not a self-contained conflict, it was not just a concern to the United States. Every nation that benefitted from US products was involved in the southern war effort in some way, even if their governments officially supported the north or banned slavery. Hell, Brazil celebrated the confederates, and used fleeing confederates to colonize parts of Brazil. There are STILL pro-confederacy festivals in Brazil.

piggybacking to remind people that the far-right only gains traction when they’re reposted.

Principled Marxists might not be swayed from their solid ideological ground when clowning on fascism, but new leftists can be. Especially the new leftists who’re within the scope of far-right propaganda (white, cis male, teen-20s) who haven’t yet fully embraced Marxist ideology. As well, reposting hateful content harms the communities the content is harmful towards. Marginalized people don’t usually want to see posts that were written against them, even if the post was reposted to make fun of it. The result of the “shit x says” communities could be repulsing those comrades. (note, communities like “Shit Liberals Say” are more annoying than harmful and are excluded from this statement, I’m talking about things like “Shit Fascists Say”)

If we’re going to share screenshots of fascist posts or redistribute fascist memes, we need to mark them NSFW and members need to be in the comments explaining why the content is harmful. If we fail to do our due diligence LG could become a leftist ➔ patsoc/nazbol pipeline, we don’t want that.

“We hate Commies!”

“Hey, why are there so many fascists here? Why would they be so loud about hating commies too?”

3-4, 3, A (but tea, coffee is hella gross to me)

I have argued this for years, but a lot of people don’t like to hear it.

at its most basic, all the separatists wanted was freedom from the imperialistic core, which stole their resources and pushed for legislation that made their worlds more dangerous. If we were to bring this into the real world, the separatists could represent the third world, and the core could represent the western first world.

Like, sure, the CIS was heavily funded by banks. but the politics of the star wars galaxy don’t pair 1:1 with our politics, and they were quite literally waging an anti-imperialist war against a deeply corrupted political elite who used a cult of space wizards to carry out their bidding, then utilized the equivalent of a child slave army for crushing resistance.

Yes, Palpatine manipulated the situation, but the CIS would’ve happened without him. Palpy simply abused a long-rooted problem of the republic to make the inevitable war happen the way he wanted it to. Without him it still would’ve happened, and there are good odds the CIS could’ve won. They’re only the “bad guys” because Palpatine needed them to appear that way, so republic citizens would support the rise of the empire and the dawn of space fascism. Remove Palpatine, and the outcome for the galaxy would’ve likely have looked a lot more like a decentralized confederation that allows the rim worlds to flourish, while levelling the playing field between the core and the rim.

(also the added actual lore of the only race that came anywhere near communism was in the CIS)

It’s so frustrating when liberals explode with rage over foreign military promotional material, but swoon over the same from their own militaries.

Russia runs a recruitment ad and the liberals talk shit about how it’s propaganda, but American ads get called “badass”.

you must not spend a lot of time on leftist discords/forums or in leftist communities outside of Marxist-Leninist ones if you’ve never heard it in this context.

The issue with the logic of “converting” people on the western left is that as people learn about leftism, their sources lean away from our viewpoint. Thus enrooting anti-communism within the core of their views. If we want people to come around to our view, they either have to get here on their own or we have to get to them before the counter-revolutionary left can.

With the existence and popularity of “pan-leftism” the latter is virtually impossible at scale. There is no “converting”, only screaming at a screen in the hopes that one person out of 100 listens. And in the communities where anti-communists hold the power, there is no “converting” because our voices are actively removed.

In most cases, it doesn’t matter how many times you explain the living conditions of the USSR or debunk anti-communist propaganda. Western leftists would rather death-grip onto anti-communism than ever budge an inch to a “tankie”. Those who end up on that side of the left are essentially forced to educate themselves and radicalize out of the tarpit of “pan-leftism”.

edit; an additional point to “educate themselves”

Often those who fail to leave said tarpit end up going so deep into it that they make their anti-communism a concrete part of the ideals. This has the effect of either making them a permanent anti-communist anti-capitalist (better known as an individual who knows what is needed but refuses to do anything to achieve it), or they leave anti-capitalist ideology and drift back to the right wing. The former often taking the monicker of “post-leftist”, and the latter often being referred to as “social-democrats” in the best case, or altogether falling into Fascist ideology blocks (as anti-authoritarianism in the US is deeply rooted in the Nazi movement. If you are anti-authoritarian but not anti-capitalist the likelihood is very high that you’ll spend time in Free-Market Libertarian spaces - an ideology that took the hatred of the American Nazi movement, but removed the desire for a strong government). “Pan-Leftism” can, effectively, function as a pipeline for young people to have their valid anger distorted against them, pushing them back into supporting the system that created the things they radicalized into the left in the first place.

You can not convince these people to read Marx unless they choose to, because these spaces are filled with people telling them to read anti-Marxists, or worse telling them that reading is “ableist” and therefore not something they should do. You can not convert from Pan-Leftist spaces, at best you can only hope to find people who want to know about the things those spaces refuse to talk about honestly, and help them radicalize.

Pan-Leftism; An Infantile Disorder
If the concept of "Pan-Leftism" isn't in some way COINTELPRO, I would be very strongly surprised. Everywhere it's enforced becomes nothing more than a liberal echo chamber, wherein discussions that inconvenience liberal ideology or biases get shut down. Thus continually drifting the talking point of the group towards the comfort zone of left-liberals. Who are these left-liberals who benefit so strongly from Pan-Leftism? To put it bluntly, Anarchists, Social-Democrats, Trotskyists, and all other counter-revolutionary lifestylists. These are the groups that dominate discussions in these spheres, these are the people who get the final say on important issues. When Marxists get established in these communities, they get pushed out by the left-liberals. Often on illegitimate grounds, with strawman arguments and vast misunderstandings on Marxist stances. Supposed "comrades" are, currently, fully backing the *western propaganda* out of Poland about Russia """targetting""" Poland with a missile. These same supposed "comrades" refuse to acknowledge that backing Ukraine demands the defence of Nazism. They further believe defending Russia, China, the DPRK, or any other enemy of western imperialism means you're "anti-freedom", or otherwise against democracy. When people of differing viewpoints assemble together, the ones with the most to lose from revolutionary speech are the ones who have the loudest voices. This is inherent, aside from having a revolutionary vanguard to purge counter-revolutionaries there is no way around it. When anti-capitalists gather, the ones who benefit the most from the discussion are those who are the most disenfranchised by the capitalist system. Such as minorities, the LGBTQIA+ community, and so-on. "Pan-Leftism" inherently silences these voices, simply because allowing them to speak threatens the privileged straight whites who do not truly want a fair world, but would rather have a world that treats specifically *them* better. It should be no surprise that when Cuba abolished the nuclear family, these communities hardly even talked about it. And those who did controlled the narrative to either delegitimize the great victory for minority rights, or to delegitimize Cuba as being a communist state. (I.E. saying Cuba is liberalizing). Nor should it be a surprise that these communities often celebrate Rojava, but rarely mentioned the Donbas until the beginning of the war in Ukraine. Further, it shouldn't be a surprise that talk of the Donbas is mostly oriented towards calling it a "Russian satellite", rather than a revolutionary struggle against the genocide of their people. Pan-Leftism, if it can even be called that if they exclude Marxists so easily, is a scourge on the western left that must be opposed where found. There are many roadblocks in the west in the struggle towards revolution, this is one of them. As long as new leftists flock to pan-leftist communities while they're learning the ropes of revolution, they will be tainted by counter-revolutionary talking points with no means of understanding *why* these talking points should be avoided.

Poland claimed the US told them it was a cruise missile, but according to a twitter post the US has denied this

The remains of the explosion don’t line up, at all, with the pattern left by a cruise missile. Rather it looks much more like a shoulder-fired surface-to-air missile, which have crash-landed in Poland before during the course of this war - mind you they’re being used by Ukraine, not Russia (who prefers to use more sophisticated means for taking down Ukrainian aircraft)

What seems to be happening is a conservative Polish tabloid has baselessly accused Russia of targetting a civilian target in Poland, and NATO-aligned news sources have ran with the story. This isn’t unlike DailyMail claiming Covid started in China because “evil yellow man eat bat”

I looked them up and scrolled their channel, most of their content is far from family friendly and they’re friends with Pewdiepie. So this is exactly the kind of behaviour I’d expect, just a white man on the internet.

There are a few means of distorting your voice for anonymity, but a sophisticated enough algorithm can reverse anything you try. The most secure thing you can do is to blend things, pitch your voice, add audio distortion, use multiple samples, shift accents / cadences / ways of speaking, change modulation at random points in the audio, etc. If you’re trying to evade the government they will eventually figure it all out, but your average schmuck will probably never get a fully clean audio out.

I use Davinci Resolve. It’s free and just about as good as Adobe Premiere.

the radio in the store my gf works in plays war updates every hour on the hour. Also every time I ask alexa for news from Russia it tells me about Ukraine.

it seems most discussion on it has died down a little on MSM, but they’re still talking about it and the liberals still haven’t fully shut up about it.

my gf and I have started hate-watching Mr. Beat. His videos on US presidents are somewhat good, everything else is liberal bullshit.

seared salmon with alfredo.

Literally, nothing is better to me than that.

My second favourite, for whatever odd reason, is white rice with brown gravy with tilapia. My mom would make it for me when I was a kid. Now that I’m an adult and I know how to cook (my mom was a garbage cook) I make it a hell of a lot better. But all around it just gives me so much nostalgia.

I reported anti-semitism & transphobia the other day and the 'book didn’t think it went against their standards.

but I got a 30-day ban for having a picture with a hamsic in it?

“sorry about how you’ve been disenfranchised for longer than the US has existed, but it’s time to post in all caps about the mistreatment of Ukrainians in Poland.”

liberals be like
"hell yeah minorities should have rights!" then post rants on twitter when minorities demand their rights after generations of being silenced.

looks like this’ll be the next revenue stream for the warmachine.

From what I understand it’s the .ml. Facebook assumes it’s a spam link and blocks it. If you break it up (lemmygrad .ml) it shouldn’t block it.

Since the 90s NATO’s doctrine has become increasingly focused on counter-insurgency, favouring decentralization of military leadership, weapons and technologies that favour attacking cells rather than fronts, etc.

This explains NATO’s complete failure to get a win in Ukraine.

NATO is in the process of retooling to better meet the challenge of Russia and China, this is most evident in the US and the UK. And of those two, it’s far more evident in the former. If Russia had waited just another year or two the war in Ukraine would be going differently.

Though we also have to mention, prolonged states of war are highly profitable to the military-industrial complex. 20 years of Afghanistan made a small handful of people billions of dollars, they like when conflicts get drawn out. The longer a military needs to be supplied, the longer the warmongers get paid. If all of NATO’s conflicts ended today, the entire military industry would collapse under its own weight.

The genocide of Palestine can’t and won’t end until the MIC is dismantled, the same is/was true of the genocide in the Donbas and of the war on terror.

Military spending being so high isn’t for the production of weapons, it’s so oligarchs can get paid.

this gives “i’m 16 and this is funny” vibes

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this meme looks like it makes fun of people who refuse to accept that the Nazis couldn’t win. At least the caption implies as much.

Word of mouth is the easy answer.

Social media might censor most discussions on the revolution, but there are still plenty of places online where people can discuss these things. Also the most likely source for a person to learn about revolutionary demonstrations (or what have you) is an irl comrade.

The purpose of the phrase “The revolution will not be televised” is media will not publicise the revolution, nor market it, nor control the narrative on it. The revolution will be undeniably proletarian, undeniably our voices, and undeniably happening. At the same time, they will try to distort the revolution, they’ll keep the masses from seeing the status quo’s response. They’ll publish hit pieces against the leaders. They’ll bend the aims to be as unapproachable as possible. The revolution on television will not be the revolution in the streets.

The television will try to convince viewers that people peacefully marching in the streets to make themselves heard are violent looters. The television will spend too much time likening the revolutionaries to thugs, gangsters, and the sort. The television will say and do what it must to make old white voters terrified of accepting the voices of the oppressed. The revolution will be on TV, but it will not be televised.

This was true in the 2011 OWS protests, and 9 years later it was even more true during the 2020 BLM protests. What MSM has control over made sure people were more aware of looters, squatters, and the shady sort. They were only accurately documented in the places MSM has little grasp of. Which is why streams and Twitter posts were so important two years ago, and Facebook was so important in 2011. The revolution will not be televised, but it will be live-tweeted and twitch streamed. It will be on Reddit and Tumblr. This is one of the reasons decentralizing the internet is so important, all of those mentioned websites actively censored the BLM protests. Lemmy, Utreon, Mastodon, and others would never.

I wish, so badly, that Putin was based.

He’s far from a comrade, make no mistake. But it would be so much more satisfying critically supporting Russia if he was.

A discord channel for our gaming group has been made. You don't have to be a part of the steam group to join. Everyone is welcome. See you there.

as soon as this is common knowledge, i’m expecting conspiracy chumps to claim this is a cover-up of a DPRK attack

Perhaps we should do events with crossplay?

I’m betting a lotta comrades would hop onto events if they could join on their console or phone.

Linked is a discussion topic on event organizing. If you're interested in playing games with the Lemmygrad community, you should join and make your voice heard.

Personally, I work for the FDA.

The answer depends on what you want out of defence.

Just be aware that travelling with a firearm could get you in trouble, and if the police search your vehicle at any time, the firearm could be grounds for them to take further actions against you. esp if you’re a minority.

Any 9mm pistol will do you just fine. They tend to be compact enough to be kept in a convenient place, have decent compacity, and the ammunition is plentiful. The hubbub about “stopping power” is unscientific “fudd-logic” hogwash, there’s little reason to go for anything more than 9mm unless you’re expecting to be shooting at people in armour vests… which is very unlikely in your case. If you’re 21 or older you can own a pistol, if not then I guess I’ve gotta suggest a long gun.

If you’re looking for a rifle, there are many options. my suggestion would be something that either folds or disassembles. Like a Kel-Tec SU16, a Ruger 1022 breakdown rifle, an AR-7, etc. .22lr is the best round to go with as a beginner on a budget in my opinion, but the round you go with should be your preference. You’re not likely going to be shooting passed 50m or against armour in a self-defence situation so you don’t really need an intermediate or a full-size cartridge.

For shotguns, I’d recommend a break-action or the shortest pump action you can find within your budget (the shortest legal length is 26in with an 18in barrel). 12g can be difficult for beginners, but it provides the shooter with a lot more options in terms of ammunition load.

mind you, I’m suggesting small or folding firearms because size is a big factor when you’re living in a vehicle. The smaller the firearm, the less space it takes up. and the less space it takes up, the more comfortable you can be within the space.

i guess if there’s going to be a widely disliked war, you might as well give the liberals the first woman president as a form of bread and circus

Information on the protesting in Iran?
I'm finding a lot of conflicting information on the situation in Iran, with predominately western publications reporting on it. Before I make my mind up on this situation I'd like to have enough information. It feels like a colour revolution, but I don't want to dip into conspiracy so readily. If anyone has been following the situation and would like to give Lemmygrad an explanation, it would be appreciated.

Is Russia conscripting protesters?
I've seen Ukraine supporters claiming the Russia is conscripting anti-war protesters. The only sources I've seen for this are western, and the statement on the partial mobilization clarifies that it's a mobilization *strictly of already enlisted military personnel*. I highly doubt it's true, but if anyone has sources or knows more about this I'd like to better understand it.

This community needs are few finishing touches, and I'd like Lemmygrad to help with deciding on them. Firstly, a community profile picture is needed. What symbols, images, etc. represent either the concept of colonialism, or represent natives? What colours are commonly used for this purpose? Second, the community needs a banner. What images evoke decolonization, rage against colonizers, or solidarity between colonized peoples? Finally, the rules need to be set. What are some rules this community would benefit from having?

Ideally, a community about the effects of colonialism would be moderated by victims of colonialism. Though I'm Irish-American and am dating a Native American, I do not properly represent decolonialization. So, this community needs moderators of colour, who can help ensure that the moderation of this community won't accidentally favour whatever latent colonialism I may not have realized within myself yet. If you want to moderate this community, please get in touch with me. [image: Irish revolutionary leader Eamon De Valera shakes hands with the Chippewa nation]

cross-posted from: > Pity.

Liberals: we support free speech also liberals: *don't allow you to downvote content you don't like*

Hello gun havers. This post is intended as an open forum for discussions on firearms, questions, and general communication within the community. Feel free to post pictures of guns you might own or hope to own, memes, etc.

Firearms is looking for new moderators!
If you wish to become a moderator of the Firearms community, please let me know.

The Admins want your opinion on the Hoxhaism community. [RESOLVED]
In light of user Wisconcom's community [Hoxhaism]( (created using an alternate account named Ouisconkom), and the anti-China/anti-Mao sectarianism that permeates the rhetoric of the community. It has come to our attention that some members of the community are unhappy with this sort of content being allowed. In the past, we've removed other Ultra-leftists, such as Patriotic Socialists, for their sectarianism. And some of the admins feel this might be a time to do that again. Lemmygrad's success depends on transparency and communication between the user base and the admins, so we would like the Lemmygrad community to tell us how they feel about this possible issue.

LG community anti-liberal vent post
This is a post for Lemmygrad members to talk about things liberals are doing/saying. Let's vent about liberal bullshit together.

Combat Sambo can be considered 'Systema lite', so I think it fits here

It's not actually real fights, the title is a bit clickbaity. But it is a neat video for displaying systema in a practical context

If y'all haven't been finding the time to learn about subjects from first aid to nature, hot and cold weather survival to nutrition, fear regulation to biomechanics, y'all should probably look into it.

I’m interested in joining the party, but I have some questions first.
I've tried to do some research, but I frankly don't want to read paragraphs and paragraphs of policies and their history. I know CPUSA is important, but in what ways are the two parties different? As I understand it, when CPUSA shifted to a more bourgeois-oriented program they kicked out the chapters that protested the change, and those chapters became PCUSA, but it would be nice to know a little more about this history. What are the party's general stances on historical figures like Stalin or Mao, or modern figures like Xi or Putin? I read on their site that they believe in political revolution, but I'm not sure if they say how they intend to bring about that revolution?

what ideology do you claim?
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Death to America, of course.

Roth Stout’s method of gardening
I've tested this out over concrete slabs and over nutrient-starved sand. As long as your bed of mulch and good growing material is thick enough you can grow just about anything. Though, even with the modified method where you add bagged dirt on top of the mulch, I found it difficult to grow anything with short roots.

‘NATO’s war in Ukraine’ is expanding to include all of NATO’s current hostile activities.
I made this community before Russia's invasion of Ukraine as a place to post headlines and discuss the rising tensions. With the war in Ukraine slowing down, I feel it's a good time to open the community up to discussions about the other theatres NATO is pushing itself into. Please feel free to post about the wide range of conflicts NATO's engaged in, and their subversive actions against global peace and the legal governments and hegemony of Russia and China.

To help new users get more aquanted with Lemmygrad, here are some community highlights.
In my opinion, it would suck to see Lemmygrad - a project I've been on for roughly 3 years - become nothing more than the "GenZedong backup", so to help the new refugees spread out and utilize more of Lemmygrad's communities, here are a few communities I'd like to draw attention to. I'll start with [ACAB]( a community that I made for posting about police misconduct. [Casual]( is a community where you can post anything you feel like, and have stress free conversations in the comments. [Comradeship]( is in the same vein and is more active. They're great places to meet comrades and get to know Lemmygrad's culture a little better, we pride ourselves on putting community first. I wouldn't be able to give a comprehensive list of every community, so I'll only do four and close this off with [中国的最新发展 (sino)](, Lemmygrad's equivalent to Sino. A perfect place to post about news in China, discuss Chinese culture or politics, etc. I'd like users to post communities they'd like to highlight in the comments, as well.