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    Progress lies not in enhancing what is, but in advancing towards what will be.

    Khalil Gibran


    Militant Socialism is the views of Marivistu. They are mostly inspired by Antonio Gramsci on culture, Vikky Storm on Gender, and Mark Fisher on Capitalist Realism and the imagination of new realities. It wishes for the use of counter-culture, counter-hegemony (called proletarian hegemony) and ruthless criticism in order to envision a new future away from capitalist realism and the democracy ruled by its subscribers and their friends in the market.

    Militant Socialism is extremely supportive of technology as it can be used to envision new futures more efficiently and less bound. It also believes technology can help with the battle for social liberation against an increasingly conservative media, spread to keep oppression as an accepted norm, which in turn benefits capitalism, being a system built on oppression.

    Hegemony

    The crisis consists precisely in the fact that the old is dying and the new cannot be born; in this interregnum a great variety of morbid symptoms appear.

    Antonio Gramsci


    Counter-Hegemony

    Moderation is Oppression

    Ruthless Criticism of all that exists

    Social Democracy

    Social democracy, which demonstrates the left's repressive moderation from anti-capitalism to "new and improved" capitalism, is the embodiment of the hegemony theory that Gramsci believed in where the system currently possesses a monopoly over our culture and thought.

    Gender

    Gender is an integral social construct of the capitalist system. It is centred around wage labour and has transformed marriages — unions between citizens — into mere labour-centric contracts. Vikky Storm explains this well in her Gender Accelerationist Manifesto. "The male part of reproductive labour was increasingly to labour for a capitalistic boss, and the female part to support his wage labour from home."

    Pink Capitalism

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