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PostSubject: Introduction to the site   Tue Nov 11, 2008 10:08 am

Greetings comrades,

This new site is intended for several things but mainly the organization and discussion on revolutionary movements. That's right, this site is intended for those who agree or belong to the different revolutionary leftist movements that exist.

Here we believe the only way through which we can really change this world is by changing it from the very grassroots, that is, through a revolution. What we differ in is in the different ways to accomplish said revolution.

Our objective is to get together as many revolutionary movements as possible to discuss their different views on revolution with the idea to find as many common grounds as possible and create a united revolutionary leftists' front.

A secondary but not less important objective is the creation of serious study groups in as many fields of knowledge as possible with the objective to make knowledge accesible to as many people as possible, mutual teaching between comrades and help in the creation of a scientific union within our community, for, as many will know, science is unexpendable for our development. These study groups are intended to be of the highest quality we can achieve.

The forum will be ruled democratically. That means that every member will have a say on the way this forum is ruled, on who administers it and in its structure as long of course as said decisions are defended by reasonable argumentation. This is one of the main characterstics of this forum: its democraticity.

So if you're revolutionary or are interested in learning about revolution and revolutionaires and their ways of thinking and you want both to learn from others and teach them, all in a democratic environment, this is the right place.
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PostSubject: Re: Introduction to the site   Tue Nov 11, 2008 10:15 am

Zealot_Kommunizma wrote:
Greetings comrades,

...as long of course as said decisions are defended by reasonable argumentation.

Who is to decide what is reasonable argumentation and what not?

There is always the risk that someone will abuse the right to choose what's reasonable and what not and it could all collapse to a dictatorship of one person or a new class elite. What can be done to protect democracy from such dangers?
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PostSubject: Re: Introduction to the site   Tue Nov 11, 2008 10:45 am

Laura wrote:


Who is to decide what is reasonable argumentation and what not?

Everyone. How?

Lets say you come up with an arguement and I claim that it is unreasonable. For me to hold up with that claim I have to deffend my arguement. People will either agree or disagree with my possition and then is when the reasonability of argumentation is proven or disproven. It will be decided through discussion.

Laura wrote:

[color:5d64="blue"]There is always the risk that someone will abuse the right to choose what's reasonable and what not and it could all collapse to a dictatorship of one person or a new class elite. What can be done to protect democracy from such dangers?

No one here will be silenced, for one, wether reasonable or not. And no one will abuse here without meeting fierce resistance from the rest of the site. Everyone will defend democracy, like it should be done in the real life.
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PostSubject: Re: Introduction to the site   Tue Nov 11, 2008 1:34 pm

Sounds great!
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