ckaihatsu wrote:No, a person *can't* be a right-winger politically and socially and still be a socialist in any way. Remember 'separate but equal' in the U.S. -- ?
Which was better than what we have now, and we had stable families back then. We have Black towns and more black property then.
Regarding your social separatist politics, what do you think about colleges and universities?
Burn them all, hang the professors. Salvage the Black conscious ones and works.
Being a workers-of-the-world socialist both economically and politically, I'm all for anti-oppression activism but the accompanying political *separatism* I'm seeing doesn't sit right. I think it's *understandable* but also bemoan able.
Why? Free-Association and self-determination of ethnic groups is the key component of socialism as it calm to be. So why can't Blacks who have know to face oppression regardless of economic system(racism is still a thing in Cuba) and people not be free to make their own destiny, what if the majority of Blacks are in favor of separatism, you people going to force us to live with you to conform to your anti-racial pride, anti-cultural, anti-religious ways? We not in favor of lgbt rights, we're not in favor of race mixing, we're not in favor of abolition of our borders and Black family.
Any comment on W.E.B. Du Bois?
A miscegenatist who hated African features and ruined Black America chance for going back to Africa. He was a eugenics supporter and supported both Tankies and Japan so that's one of the few redeeming qualities.