The Challenge of Autonomy: Prospects for Freedom Going Into 2021

The Challenge of Autonomy: Prospects for Freedom Going Into 2021

  1. Intro: Do For Self Politics vs. Hypothetical Radicalism

“And i prayed to God to make me strong and able to fight…”

– Harriet Tubman

“Freedom is something that you have to do for yourself.

– Malcolm X

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Young people getting active in the streets today are entering a desert of political options and conversations. A degenerate political left represents the only well-known alternative to openly fascist Democrats and neo-nazi-courting Republicans, a left that has grown so petty bourgeois (middle class) in its class character that it has very little relationship to the physically existing world, as outlined in section 1. For those of us who actually want to make this thing materially viable, we need to focus on building the actual material infrastructure for self-determination, independent of police and State assistance…

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We put this together in three parts: 1. an introduction 2. an analysis of the events of 2020 and how they show us the limits and “prospects for freedom” available in the foreseeable future, and then 3. a list of concrete, tried and tested baby steps that serious comrades can start from scratch with. We speak from generations of experience and successful communal structure – not from our own personal opinions, left-wing jargon, dreams, theories or books alone…

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No one is going to get us ready for what’s coming except ourselves. No one is going to get us free except each other…

Let’s each and every one of us, wherever we are right now, whatever we’re working with no matter how few or how poor, analyze our situation, form a plan, and start right now. And let’s see it through!


The Indigenous People’s Liberation Party-Kanada

Screen Shot 2015-06-11 at 2.20.20 PMFrom Indigenous Liberation Kanada

On May Day 2015 in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario the Indigenous People’s Liberation Party-Kanada (IPLP-K) was announced. Flanked by representatives of the Indigenous People’s Liberation Party-USA (IPLP-USA) and the African People’s Socialist Party-USA (APSP-USA), this announcement was made following several months of consolidation work between comrades from Kitchener-Waterloo, Toronto, Hamilton, Ottawa, Northern Ontario and British Colombia.

The IPLP-K is a Revolutionary Indigenist organization. Its primary focus is to unite Indigenous People to resist ongoing colonization, genocide and ecocide, and to free our land with an eye towards the development of a genuine broad-based Indigenous People liberation movement.

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