Comrade:Amicchan

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I'm a pro-science marxist-leninist who's parent is currently a labour aristocrat.

Positions

Psychiatry

Psychiatry is currently a psuedoscientific state tool of oppression disguised as medicinal aid.

I seek to gradually abolish Psychiatry under Communism (hence I am antipsychiatry). I critically support psychiatry under the proletarian state to oppress the bourgeoisie, as psychiatry is a tool of the state, not just the bourgeois state.

Bourgeois psychiatry promotes metaphysical biodeterminism, an erroneous framework which opposes the reality of dialectical materialism.

U.S Marxism

Combat Chauvinist Science

There is a widespread tribalist culture of shaming those who gets scammed by psuedoscientists for being scammed and often not understanding science. In practice, a lot of people don't properly understand what science is; I didn't know or understand science until three months ago and I still only understand and remember the scientific method. However, this widespread deficiency does not give the excuse of shamming those groups. Shamming people for the lack of science education ends up promotes anti-intellectualism.

Instead of shamming the misled group, teach them proper science and don't shame them for it. Show to the people that the capitalists only have interests in stopping psuedoscientists to protect their own wealth.

Importance of Supporting and Allying with Health workers

Healthcare is one of the few industries where the United States is dominant. Unsurprisingly the superstructure consists of overmedicalization and heavy oppression of the disabled (through segregation, gaslighting, abuse, and bouregois psychiatric oppression).

Lingustics

The "Constructed" vs. "Natural" Human Language Debate

All human languages have been constructed and used by humans and did not naturally exist, hence all human languages are really constructed languages.

International Auxiliary Languages

I support IALs, mostly Esperanto, as a counter-push against linguistic imperialism and to aid global communication between humans, which is particularly important given the development of hyperconnectivity and internetworks. Esperanto is an excellent language suited for being an IAL; it is not perfect (male-default grammar exists and some root words end with the same letters as suffixes); but it is better than English, and a perfect IAL is impossible anyway.

However, I do not support Zamenhof's idealism of an international language being the sole bringer of world peace; class warfare would still exist despite a monolingual humanity, hence making world peace impossible.

I do not approve English as an international language; it mostly spread through colonialism[1] and it is still imposed on other countries today in computer science (through U.S dominance of the computer industry); and catered to one demography: Anglos.

Programming Languages

English chauvinism is prevalent in common discussions of programming languages. This is a problem because

Understandings

Dialectical Materialism

  • [X] Quantity <-> Quality Transformation
  • [X] Law of Unity and Opposites
  • [X] Negation of the negation

I still struggle to apply and use dialectical materialism; likely because the human brain has not adapted to dialectically think.

Marxism

Leninism

[ ] Imperialism

  • Imperialism is a stage of capitalism characterized by the consolidation of bank capital (money) and industrial capital; export of capital (not commodities); division of parts of the world for capital gain; and formations of monopolial capitalists.

By this criteria,

  • The United States would be described as an imperialist country.
  • China and Russia(n Federation) would not be imperialist (contrary to what some so called "Marxists"), as they do not export capital and have not divided or colonized any parts of the world.

[X] Dictatorship of the Proletariat

A dictatorship of the proletariat is a state lead by the proletariat.

Communications (Komunikatoj)

Social Media

  1. Anna Corradi (April 25, 2017). "The Linguistic Colonialism of English"