>he didn't believe that centralism and discipline should be maintained by administrative methods.
Bordiga can "believe" whatever he wants - that doesn't change what actions he takes.
>from his ideology any concession to democratoid, pacifist, autonomist or libertarian trend
Because in practice "Organic Centralism" is the same as "Democratic Centralism" instead centralism happens naturally due to apparently having the "correct" revolutionary politics, and members of the party are binded to it much like they would be under a democratic centralist organization. And, like in that paragraph, Bordiga clearly states they did not completely give up voting. Its still DemCent with a different name.
>Relevant to what?
Relevant to the real movement that abolishes the present state of things. You're not doing anything revolutionary by writing countless papers, and not actually engaging in class struggle with the party in mind. China, Cuba, the DPRK, Vietnam are all controlled by MLs. Greece and India both have large ML parties. There's also the World Federation of Trade Unions. All the major political fronts with communist influence are ran by MLs. Its not a coincidence.And the argument "well they have free market elements!" is kinda silly because you're expecting them to instantly transition to socialism in a world much different than one in 1917. Its utopian. They're much closer if they're in charge a country than they would be in a place than they're not. I think the issue is here that you have a very euro-centric view of socialism, and so, you downplay their significance due to dogma.
>This is a non-argument. History isn't determined by theories or ideas.
Its not determined by having no praxis or having any infrastructure to carry out revolution, and Left Communist groups are even smaller, and even more irrelevant, than the smallest ML parties. I mean hell, dude, Bernie Sanders was literally a ML, and his policies model the typical immediate program of a ML party. Its not by chance.
>The real obstacle is political not economic
What evidence exists that suggest we could completely plan the economy without markets?
>They had to wait until the conditions existed for their seizure of power
Yeah - that's the point? I never said they engineered those things, but I pointed out there was planning ahead of time. The Bolsheviks didn't just do everything at the last minute. They built influence among the populace using strikes, dual power committees, and ending pogroms against the Jews - people have to know, and trust you, before they join you. They had some influence, notoriety prior to taking power.
>You ignore the important question of whether or not this party is a loose class-based coalition or an administrative-bureaucratic organization
I don't see why you can't have both? I don't see how you can have a communist party that isn't bureaucratic. Bureaucratic isn't something we absolutely hate - its going to be necessary to manage such a large organization.
>ignore any mention of electoralism
I'm not opposed to electoralism though? Getting seats on local governments is helpful for pushing propaganda, getting people interested in the party, and some instances those seats can be used to funnel money into communist projects such as municipal cooperatives and land trusts for communal development.
>My question was why this is implied to be a matter of giving "incentives"
Because the DOTP isn't going to automatically be communist , and you will want to use the market, and state aid, i.g. economic incentives to encourage the creation of collectives, cooperatives and communes. Once you've collectivized as much as possible; you certainly can do away with those incentives.
>I don't even see why it wouldn't be feasible to abolish private property
Mao, the USSR, mostly abolished private property through state ownership and collective ownership, but they still allowed some forms of private property for individual use, there were black markets, and market exchange still existed between the communes and the state. Stalin tried make the market less of a problem through price controls, and this was used all through out the Eastern Block. Again, you're being dogmatic. Marx didn't leave plan on how these things should work out. We have to use our heads, you know?