I have the unusual distinction of being friends or least (I hope) cordially acquainted with all four of these guys. I commend all of them for being willing to participate in something like this.
My two favorite commentators from the “far-left” are Caleb Maupin and Randi Nord (of Geopolitics Alert). This is some great commentary.
Some interesting analysis from a Marxist-Leninist perspective which argues that the primary division within the US ruling class is between the 19th-century model entrepreneurial bourgeoisie and the 20th-century managerial bourgeoisie. This is fairly in line with the “managerial revolution” thesis of James Burnham/Samuel Francis and even the critique […]
Needless to say, I think Caleb is overly enthusiastic about China (interestingly, I know Libertarians who are Sinophiles as well). But his takedown of the Western Left is refreshing. Caleb is also being overly optimistic about the interest of young people in “socialism.” Yes, there is a growing […]
By Caleb Maupin In being defined merely by its opponents and fixating on a fear of Russia, a large chunk of the far-left has usurped the role held by the far-right during the Cold War. In 1963, folk singer Bob Dylan, whose left-leaning lyrics seemed to define the […]
A neconservative-liberal internationalist-human rights imperialist-antifascist axis in service of the Anglo-American-Zionist-Wahhabist empire is brewing.
Some refreshing comments from socialist and Russia Today commentator Caleb Maupin. While Maupin is a socialist and I am an anarchist, this was more or less the same position I began taking in the 1990s and 2000s during the anti-globalization and antiwar eras, i.e. that the revolutionary left […]
This is what civilized discourse between intelligent people looks like. I actually agree with most of what both debaters said. Maupin is more or less arguing for democratic socialism, and Invictus seems to be a moderately conservative, classical liberal. Neither one seems that radical to me. ———————————————————————— A […]