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“It is absurd to control and regulate deliveries of grain, or the production and distribution of goods generally, without controlling and regulating bank operations. It is like trying to snatch at odd kopeks and closing ones eyes to millions of rubles. ”—V.I Lenin, The Impending Catastrophe and How to Combat it, 1917.
For those in Sacramento
Tonight there’s a Socio-Political Forum on Immigration with a panel of people from la comunidad, and not political puppet fucks.
Held at the Sol Collective at 2574 21st, Sacramento, California 95818 starts at 7pm.
Two of my comrades are speaking, and the forum is hosted by the Party for Socialism and Liberation, so yeah come check it out if you’re in Sac and have time and you care about this.
“Democratic centralism in the communist party organization should be a real synthesis, a fusion of centralism and proletarian democracy. This fusion can be attained only on the basis of the constant common activity, the constant common struggle of the entire party organization. Centralization in the communist party organization does not mean a formal and mechanical centralization but rather a centralization of communist activity, i.e., building a leadership which is strong, quick to react and at the same time flexible. Formal or mechanical centralization would mean centralization of “power” in the hands of a party bureaucracy in order to dominate the rest of the membership or the masses of the revolutionary proletariat outside the party. But only enemies of communism can assert that the Communist Party wants to dominate the revolutionary proletariat through its leadership of proletarian class struggles and through the centralization of this communist leadership. This is a lie.”—Guidelines on the Organizational Structure of Communist Parties, on the Methods and Content of their Work.
Adopted at the 24th Session of the Third Congress of the Communist International, 12 July 1921