one thing i think about is how, in neoliberalism, it is for a given accepted that not only will corporations never do what is morally right, but that the government has no say in it. individuals ourselves have to shoulder this burden, and it's a breeding ground for extremism
none of this is new, the analysis of how we're made to see only a false choice between hopelessness, which inherently is asking people to do extreme individual acts; or liberalism
Peter Camejo talked about it in 1970, scroll down to heading Orientation #1 https://marxists.org/archive/camejo/1970/ultraleftismormassaction.htm
there was 0% chance I was not going to link to something on http://Marxists.org, but what i'm saying is you should read some of the old stuff, it's good
Read Mao, Lenin, Marx
Go out, join a march, talk to people and not just say "Stop Imperialism" but "Out of Syria now" and not just "Trans Lives Matter" but "Trans Health Care Now"
i don't know what will happen after the revolution, fantasies about it are nice because they're motivating, but i do know that until we're beyond that point, there is no hope for any of these old wounds to not be reopened time and again by the system as it is currently
what i do know is that this horrible moral injury we're all carrying together is too much for any one person, it can only be carried collectively
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