The colonial and racial genealogy of European capitalism has been encoded directly into the economic “base” through an ongoing history of racial violence which structures both unfree and informal labour, and which binds surplus populations to capitalist markets. If superfluity, stratification, and wage differentials are deracialised and the racial content of such categories rendered contingent, then “race” can only appear as epiphenomenal, and possess a de facto “specificity”, which severs any causal link between capitalism and racialisation. The racial typologies which emerged from and enabled the spatial expansion of European capitalism as a mode of production, have been renewed over the course of centuries by an immanent tendency within capitalism to produce surplus populations in ghettos, slums, and favelas throughout the world. After the mid-twentieth century racial “break”, formal decolonisation — in places like Brazil, sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia — left in its wake developmentalist states which absorbed ideologies of industrialisation and, so also, racialised indigenous populations, ethnic groups, and stigmatised castes as peripheral to the wage relation. Such populations will never be fully integrated into capitalist accumulation processes except as bodies to be policed, warehoused, or exterminated.
Anonymous asked: What's the difference between moshing and cumming?
One is beautiful and fulfilling and the other is something that happens when you rub the skin of your genitals.
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so many self described anarchists in the US are for voting in elections and even running or running as candidates. it’s sort of of hilarious and sad at the same time. every election you get weird moralisms thrown around about how if you don’t vote MLK died for nothing or some shit.
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I fucking really hate Mao and Maoism and fucking Maoists, but if there’s one thing we on the left need, it’s Mao’s idea of self-criticism.
Nothing beats a good public shaming, re-education, and/or the skewering of heads on stakes.