>You said "U.S. Unions never fought capitalism", that's an absolute statement, it's not "Well a few ended up bartering with capitalism after a while", it's "they never fought capitalism, ever."
A few did not end up bartering, a majority did and now they all do.
The Unions in the US never fought capitalism petty street fights do not count.
>Secondly this is blatantly untrue given the IWW began to lose membership precisely BECAUSE they refused to "moderate" themselves after WWII
Yeah wheres the people's war they conducted? Where is any revolutionary activity done by the IWW in any meaningful way? What did the achieve?
How is the IWW doing now?
>How many years has it been since the revolution in Russia again?
Not as long as the founding of the IWW :^)
>It's in essence saying people shouldn't.
I never said this, in fact I said the opposite.
>There's nothing wrong with organizing, period.
Yes, I already said this
>You're saying rather than even try, just give up in advance
Again I said the exact opposite of what you are claiming I said. Stop trying to put words into my mouth
>because "that method of organizing failed because I said so."
No it failed because it never made any progress.
>Again, how do you even define a "failure"?
Not achieving what it set out to do.
>That a revolution didn't happen?
nor was it even attempted.
>Well in part we have the brief success of the bolsheviks to thank for that, snatching up revolutionary fervor from other leftist ideologiesPost too long. Click here to view the full text.