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Comrade 02/07/2019 (Thu) 14:08:34 [Preview] No. 7457 [Reply]
Can I kill jews
>>7457
MADE BY NAZBOL GANG

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Comrade 02/08/2019 (Fri) 15:13:47 [Preview] No. 7458 [Reply]
lol

porker Comrade 06/21/2018 (Thu) 22:04:31 [Preview] No. 6859 [Reply]
send porky memes
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ah, i see leftypol is still full of you faux leftist reactionaries who are perpetuating fascist outrage politics :(

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Comrade 07/17/2018 (Tue) 22:37:37 [Preview] No. 6919 [Reply]
why has it failed?
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'It' hasn't you absolute lackwit.
>>7228
https://www.jacobinmag.com/2012/12/the-red-and-the-black/

>First he reviewed eighteen studies of technical efficiency: the degree to which a firm produces at its own maximum technological level. Matching studies of centrally planned firms with studies that examined capitalist firms using the same methodologies, he compared the results. One paper, for example, found a 90% level of technical efficiency in capitalist firms; another using the same method found a 93% level in Soviet firms. The results continued in the same way: 84% versus 86%, 87% versus 95%, and so on.

>Then Murrell examined studies of allocative efficiency: the degree to which inputs are allocated among firms in a way that maximizes total output. One paper found that a fully optimal reallocation of inputs would increase total Soviet output by only 3%-4%. Another found that raising Soviet efficiency to US standards would increase its GNP by all of 2%. A third produced a range of estimates as low as 1.5%. The highest number found in any of the Soviet studies was 10%. As Murrell notes, these were hardly amounts “likely to encourage the overthrow of a whole socio-economic system.” (Murell wasn’t the only economist to notice this anomaly: an article titled “Why Is the Soviet Economy Allocatively Efficient?” appeared in Soviet Studies around the same time.)
>Two German microeconomists tested the “widely accepted” hypothesis that “prices in a planned economy are arbitrarily set exchange ratios without any relation to relative scarcities or economic valuations [whereas] capitalist market prices are close to equilibrium levels.” They employed a technique that analyzes the distribution of an economy’s inputs among industries to measure how far the pattern diverges from that which would be expected to prevail under perfectly optimal neoclassical prices. Examining East German and West German data from 1987, they arrived at an “astonishing result”: the divergence was 16.1% in the West and 16.5% in the East, a trivial difference. The gap in the West’s favor, they wrote, was greatest in the manufacturing sectors, where something like competitive conditions may have existed. But in the bulk of the West German economy — which was then being hailed globally as Modell Deutschland — monopolies, taxes, subsidies, and so on actually left its price structure further from the “efficient” optimum than in the moribund Communist system behind the Berlin Wall.

>The neoclassical model also seemed belied by the largely failed experiments with more marketized versions of socialism in Eastern Europe. Beginning in the mid-1950s, reformist economists and intellectuals in the region had been pushing for the introduction of market mechanisms to rationalize production. Reforms were attempted in a number of countries with varying degrees of seriousness, including in the abortive Prague Spring. But the country that went furthest in this direction was Hungary, which inaugurated its “new economic mechanism” in 1968. Firms were still owned by the state, but now they were expected to buy and sell on the open market and maximize profits. The results were a disappointment. Although in the 1970s Hungary’s looser consumer economy earned it the foreign correspondent’s cliché “the happiest barracks in the Soviet bloc,” its dismal productivity growth did not improve and shortages were still common.
it hasn't failed. it was (and still is) sabotaged

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MCVXVII 04/29/2017 (Sat) 03:13:18 [Preview] No. 263 [Reply]
I've seen that the alt-right have yet to realize they are subconsciously becoming anti-capitalists as time goes on.
Yeah, some of them. We must agitate them and not just ignore them.

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Just a reminder to those browsing here Comrade 04/05/2017 (Wed) 03:01:52 [Preview] No. 42 [Reply]
This place still exists:
>>>/left/

Also, site owner should move all posts from /left/ to here, or rename /left/ to /leftypol/ or /pol/.
Yeah, there's too much content on /left/ to be lost, at least currently
I'm not sure why everyone was so sissy that a stupid little theme couldn't let them continue browsing
>>53
Thats because left and leftypol are moderated by different people. Left is moderated by the bunkerchan team, while leftypol is moderated by BO and mod team.
bump
Is the /left/ still alive?

With help of trump, for trump, bolton and pompeo

Comrade 01/19/2019 (Sat) 21:42:39 [Preview] No. 7403 [Reply]
Help a centrist understand. So historically and logically we know that revolutions tend to be carried out by the libertarian leftists and then shortly after taken over by authoritarian leftists. Knowing this what's the pont of trying to bring about ancom-like revolutions? In rightist circles there tends to be a firm line between right libertarians and right authoritarians. In leftist circles there's also that divide but clearly both sides (at least should) know that in the end the tankie-types will always end up being the ones in power. I just don't understand this.

tl;dr whats the point of being left-libertarian if you know that a revolution will always end up with stalin-like regimes instead?
Despite some left-libertarians not having the brains to examine over a hundred years of history, some actually understand and consider all authoritarians to be enemies rather than simply privately-owned ones.
>So historically and logically we know that revolutions tend to be carried out by the libertarian leftists and then shortly after taken over by authoritarian leftists.
You're a moron
>>7403
it's because they're insane. do the exact same fucking thing over and over and over again. THIS TIME we'll get our anarchocommunist paradise, woops it's authoritarian, rinse and repeat
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Libertarian Revolutions always fail thats why us "tankies" need to be in controll just look at catalonia

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Robykyun Comrade 01/25/2019 (Fri) 23:28:10 [Preview] No. 7416 [Reply]
Sorry not sorry.
Ok then

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I love America Comrade 11/26/2018 (Mon) 15:19:35 [Preview] No. 7259 [Reply]
Best country on earth!

>be me
>22 years old, live and work in Washington, DC
>get searched going into airport
>get searched going into any federal building
>get searched going into my job
>get searched going into any museum
>get searched going into clubs
>get searched going into a fucking restaurant last night

Gotta love all the freedom!
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America doesn't have much freedom anymore it seems.
>American pride starts draining.
>>7259
We need more left philosophies to get more freedom, right guys?
shitposting
>America
>Freedom
pick one
Demod ushijima
>>7371
die mad faggot

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