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Adventure Communist is a simple game. But it illustrates how a communist economy would work, because it eliminates the value form, and focuses on use-value.
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Everything is capable of being true, and nothing is true until the elites curate it into a narrative for you.
A company called Elliott Management is attempting the takeover, because they think Wall Street will value Twitter more highly with Jack Dorsey out of the picture.
Elliott Management hasn’t done what activist investors typically do: which is threaten the company to change some of their company structure and policies before they attempt to take over. Instead, their going straight for Jack Dorsey.
Personally, I try to avoid calling religious groups like this a cult. Of course, "cult" in a traditional, value-neutral sense really just means a regional and localized religious belief. But it also has a lot of negative ideological baggage.
However, there are a couple traits of Shincheonji that make me feel comfortable calling it a cult, even with the negative connotation.
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At the meeting, the only "lively" moment was a vote on whether to have an internet forum for the chapter. The discussion illuminated internal DSA politics in a weird way.
Mahathir was Prime Minister 1981 to 2003. He returned to politics in 2018 out of spite, to dethrone his former protege. Now he's retiring at 94 years old, and threw the Malaysian government into disarray.