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/Leftypol/ is a backup board for 8ch.net/leftypol/.

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>TFW THE PIGS @ 8CHAN PUT US IN THE SAME LEVEL AS FURRIES Comrade 04/06/2017 (Thu) 16:42:09 [Preview] No. 97 [Reply]
the site is back up but there is no fucking way I'm going back
You dividers are worse than furries

Inactive Comrade 04/06/2017 (Thu) 00:34:20 [Preview] No. 62 [Reply]
Look, if you are planning to migrate to this place, you better start making propaganda about it to call people over, because this place is dead as fuck. I enjoy posting in chans, but I don't enjoy having to wait a day or more for an answer to my posts.
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i will join and certainly many others if the website is more user friendly than 8ch.
having flags like on 8ch would definitely be a must.
tbh i kindof like the random Albanian music its so quirky its funny. But there should be an obvious option to turn it off. Maybe just link people to bunkerchan.xyz/leftpol for now so they can skip the music screen
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>I don't enjoy having to wait a day or more for an answer to my posts.
Do you have nothing better to do with your time than sit and wait for responses from anonymous strangers on the internet?

Make a post and go do something else. Check back periodically. Christ, it's not that hard.

I don't know why they aren't activated here, but on >>>/left/ flagposting is enabled.

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Comrade 04/05/2017 (Wed) 20:13:05 [Preview] No. 60 [Reply]
Would we be better off or not if the Soviet Union were still around? I imagine there would still be many of the problems we have now with the current competing imperial powers, but conditions were definitely improving for their citizens (in some ways at least). I wonder if it had been able to transform to a more Nordic Model sort of government, if then the position of working people in general might not have been improved compared to now. Though, I suppose that's not necessarily true, considering that they'd still be subject to the same contradictions as other capitalist states, forced to outsource, austerity, etc.

I guess also there's the effect of China to consider as well; how differently things might have gone if these two ostensibly communist blocs managed to cooperate economically, between Russia's advanced engineering and vast resources, and China's practically unlimited manpower and energy requirements.
Since the soviet union ceased to exist, capitalism has no reason anymore to act social and benevolent to the workers. In germany, which has a alleged "social market economy", they cut back welfare programs and established precarious working models.
We'd be better off. I don't want to get too rosy about the USSR - they stabbed some leftist parties in the back for their own geopolitical aims, and toppled others through invasion. But the threat of red revolution was the only thing keeping the bourgeoisie in check.


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