: Hey that, was just a shot at Stroller and the type of 'Socialism' he represents, I've got a minigun full of statements in mind about them I hope the ref's got a lot of cards.
Right. You expanded my metaphor to absurd dimemsions so as to make it seem silly. Okay, fine. At least I know your heart is in the right place.
Lark wrote: I think we are in agreement about reform etc. though, the theorists I admire the most are ones like Bakunin, his record speaks volumes, he was more often on the barrackades than in the library uncompromising or what?
Then Lark wrote: However the position should be anti-reformist, not anti-reform I mean their are many anarchist, anarchist taken as the most extremely non-compromising varient of socialism, advocates of welfarism, see Chomsky or the Anarcho FAQ, because it really does correspond with the wishes of working people.
And: It's about expanding the floor of the cage until the day when you can break the bars, that day will come but until then we may occasionally have to defend the cage from worse horrors outside it.
Pete says: Yes. I read a lot of Chomsky too. But we're still faced with Stoller's nagging question. Everybody can criticize capitalism, but what do we do about it? Against the organized forces of capitalism, do you think that just our individual discomfort with the system will overcome it?
Talk to me, brother,