>social democracy is socialism, but that is the problem
Meh take. SocDems are bad, but they aren't socialist by definition. They're capitalist with some selective social welfare funded through imperialism and exploitation. They're social fascists.
>fascism has the same function as social democracy
Good take, depending on what you mean by "function". See above.
>capitalism is not in it's terminal stage
I feel like this is believed by most people who aren't insufferable idealists and/or anarchists
>communism is neither inevitable, nor is the chance that it the chance that it will ever be archived rising
Agree with the first part, the second part remains to be seen.
>people don't protest because of ideologies, but for immediate, material reasons.
Pretty much universally accepted by anyone who's read theory.
>instead of fascism, neoliberal capitalism reverts to passive-authoritarianism
Would you not consider Putin, Orban, and Erdogan to be fascists? They're passive-authoritarian for sure, but that's not mutually exclusive from fascism.
>fascism would have handled climate-change better than we currently do
Seeing as the current world order leans toward fascism, I tend to disagree. Not to mention a further fascist government, like that of the Nazis, would have simply seen eradication of people as the solution to climate change and the resultant supply shortages. See ecofascism.
>as such Trump is anti-fascist
Trump is, at the very least, enabling fascism just as much as any other American president, if not moreso. To call him an anti-fascist is lunacy.
>the rise of ml/mlm-teens is exclusively bad
While they can be annoying, I strongly disagree. They are what we were at their age: annoying little squirts with no real understanding of dialectical materialism or how to actually engage with people. Give them time, a nurturing environment, and the means to act, and they will become steadfast allies. We can't let some inter-generational squabbling segregate us, because they have the passion and numbers necessary to move us forward and we cannot afford to pass that up.
>jazz is ok