Capitalism needed colonialism for its accumulation and exploitive structures, but still needs colonialism to maintain itself. Europe were the first colonizers but needed America to take over bc it was an experiment in the ruling class having power without tax or accountability
Coach @JasonSargus and I discuss Devin Haney (c) vs. Joseph Diaz, Gervonta Davis (c) vs. Isaac Cruz, Sergio Pettis (c) vs. Kyoji Horiguchi, Rob Font vs. José Aldo, Rafael Fiziev vs. Brad Riddell, and Charles Oliveira (c) vs. Dustin Poirier.
"The link between racial violence against Black people and anti-communism is explicit yet erased. It culminated into the worst American massacres of Black people and continues to fuel anti-Blackness." ko-fi.com/post/Do-You-Know-A…
Freedom in the US means white men can do what they want and the rest of us have to work around them. That's why they say they have "unique" freedoms or "more" freedoms here. I'm sure this makes them thankful
Cool crossover alert! Put it on your calendar!
Sam from Southpaw (@LiberationistMA) is coming on as a guest on @riverwestradio's Drive Time From Riverwest show that I'm co-hosting this coming Wednesday. Our interview with him will start around 4:20 PM Central Time. Don't miss it!
You don't even have to be a socialist to realize the US economy was built for people who could lend money to their kids and had property to pass down. But up until very recently, only whites had property and money to pass down. So who is this system still for?
The Korean proverb "byeong jugo yak junda" means: give you the disease, then give you the cure. This is the con of American exceptionalism and capitalism: pretending to save you from the problems they secretly caused—appearing as the hero when they're actually the villain