With 9/11 being the first test to see the malleability of the masses, and the (((plandemic))) being the second, How do you think they might ramp it up?
Veganism is just god's way of killing off wastes of space that are retarded enough to become vegans jflplant based diets, never ever eaten in nature, incompatible for hypecarnivorous humans, and the main cause of most disease today, along with pollution, cabin fever and frequent eating, it only gives jews more money since the profit margins of veggies are better and can allow le pharmacology industry to make slow money off ur death with useless quack medicines like statins etc
sure but eating any amount of plants isnt good for you in totality this includes the cooperate "balanced diet" which is literally 70/30 plantbased hence not balanced at allVeganism is just god's way of killing off wastes of space that are retarded enough to become vegans jfl
so basically "lets fuck up the country fur da REBOLUSHUN and then let time figure out how to not let the country become a 3rd world shithole"Blanquism refers to a conception of revolution generally attributed to Louis Auguste Blanqui (1805–1881) that holds that socialist revolution should be carried out by a relatively small group of highly organised and secretive conspirators. Having seized power, the revolutionaries would then use the power of the state to introduce socialism. It is considered a particular sort of "putschism"—that is, the view that political revolution should take the form of a putsch or coup d'état.
Blanquism is distinguished from other socialist currents in various ways: on the one hand, Blanqui did not believe in the predominant role of the proletariat, nor did he believe in popular movements—instead he believed that revolution should be carried out by a small group of professional, dedicated revolutionaries, who would establish a temporary dictatorship by force. This dictatorship would permit the implementation of the basis of a new order, after which power would then be handed to the people. In another respect, Blanqui was more concerned with the revolution itself rather than the future society that would result from it—if his thought was based on precise socialist principles. Blanquist thought rarely goes so far as to imagine a purely socialist society. For Blanquists, the overturning of the bourgeois social order and the revolution are ends sufficient in themselves, at least for their immediate purposes.
The best way I can think of to describe Blanqui is the Machiavelli of socialism, as he's an extreme realist. Blanquism is simply transparent & honest socialism, and is how a lot of socialist/communist revolutions are done. Lenin was a blanquist who LARPed vanguardism.so basically "lets fuck up the country fur da REBOLUSHUN and then let time figure out how to not let the country become a 3rd world shithole"
leftoids haven't changed a single bit since 1890
For Lenin, the difference between the Social Democracy and Blanquism is reduced to the observation that in place of a handful of conspirators we have a class-conscious proletariat. He forgets that this difference implies a complete revision of our ideas on organization and, therefore, an entirely different conception of centralism and the relations existing between the party and the struggle itself. Blanquism did not count on the direct action of the working class. It, therefore, did not need to organize the people for the revolution. The people were expected to play their part only at the moment of revolution. Preparation for the revolution concerned only the little group of revolutionists armed for the coup. Indeed, to assure the success of the revolutionary conspiracy, it was considered wiser to keep the mass at some distance from the conspirators.
Lenin himself denied any accusations of Blanquism in The State and Revolution (1917) and accused Bernstein of "opportunism".The bourgeoisie wants, by using the bogy of “Blanquism”, to belittle, discredit and slander the people’s struggle for power. The bourgeoisie stands to gain if the proletarians and peasants fight only for concessions from the old regime. The Right Social-Democrats use the word “Blanquism” merely as a rhetorical device in their polemics. The bourgeoisie converts this word into a weapon against the proletariat: “Workers, be reasonable! Fight for the extension of the powers of the Cadet Duma! Pull the chestnuts out of the fire for the bourgeoisie, but don't dare to think of such madness, anarchism, Blanquism, as fighting for complete power for the people!"