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Why a Workers’ Revolution is Necessary

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The reason is simple, without the dictatorship of the proletariat the working class will always be mistreated and taken advantage of by the wealthier classes. Though many politicians talk of helping the working class , they are never of the working class and are really just manipulating them in order to garner their support and increase their own power. Don’t fall for their tricks, don’t support a candidate unless they specifically state that they support the working class and the revolution of the proletariat. Without a revolution there can be no classless society or true communist society. This is just a reminder. The RCPC urges you to support reform-minded, communist candidates. If there isn’t one in your area, form your own party and get a candidate. While the world revolution is inevitable, supporting communist parties will still help accelerate the process. We hope for leaders in the spirit of Lenin, Trotsky, and Mao! Good luck! Start a revolution!

Forever fearless and devoted,

Your Leader

5 comments

1 Obama questions { 11.11.09 at 5:38 am }

Do you think Barack Obama supports the working class? He’s always talking about supporting the middle class. Is that the same thing?

He gave lots of money to the big banks in the bailout. Is that Marxist-Leninist?

Hope and change,

The Questioner

2 Leader { 11.11.09 at 3:07 pm }

Unfortunately I have to say that Barack Obama is not supporting the working class. The “middle class” is “between” the working class and the upper class but, realistically speaking, is made up of the upper working class and the lower upper class. This means part of the “middle class” is included in the proletariat but the other part is not.

His bailout of the big banks is helping the capitalist upper class, not the working class, so it is definitely not Marxist-Leninist. We can only hope for a revolution and real change.

Leader

3 secretary Socialist Party Central VA { 01.12.10 at 9:31 pm }

Hi Comrade!
Brandon here, secretary of the Socialist Party of Central Virginia, a local affiliate of the SP-USA
We had no idea RCP existed in Charlottesville! While we may not share exactly the same views, I invite you to engage in some discussion, perhaps if your group is not getting off the ground you might have more success within our local- we are multi-tendency so marxist-lenists and revolutionists are welcome but we do not follow a centralized structure and respect the views of all types of socialists/communists/anarchists
PLEASE drop me a line at spvirginia@comcast.net so we might arrange a chat. In the meantime, check out our website (not nearly as cool as yours!) http://sites.google.com/site/spcentralva/ we are also on facebook and myspace, also check out http://www.socialistparty-usa.org
Our local stretches from Harrisonburg to Va Beach (includes Charlottesville) we formed officially last May, we are growing and becoming more and more active. I hope you will consider working in solidarity with us for socialism, liberation, and power to the working class!!!

4 secretary Socialist Party Central VA { 01.12.10 at 9:34 pm }

also! to give fair warning, we do not allow dual membership in parties of a centralist sort

5 Amy { 04.23.10 at 3:54 am }

Unfortunately I have to say that Barack Obama is not supporting the working class. The “middle class” is “between” the working class and the upper class but, realistically speaking, is made up of the upper working class and the lower upper class. This means part of the “middle class” is included in the proletariat but the other part is not.

His bailout of the big banks is helping the capitalist upper class, not the working class, so it is definitely not Marxist-Leninist. We can only hope for a revolution and real change.

Leader

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