FazzTheMan, The Novelist

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Solidarity Forever by Ralph Chaplin

When the union's inspiration through the workers' blood shall run,
There can be no power greater anywhere beneath the sun;
Yet what force on earth is weaker than the feeble strength of one,
But the union makes us strong.

Solidarity forever,
Solidarity forever,
Solidarity forever,
For the union makes us strong.

Is there aught we hold in common with the greedy parasite,
Who would lash us into serfdom and would crush us with his might?
Is there anything left to us but to organize and fight?
For the union makes us strong.

Solidarity forever,
Solidarity forever,
Solidarity forever,
For the union makes us strong.

It is we who plowed the prairies; built the cities where they trade;
Dug the mines and built the workshops, endless miles of railroad laid;
Now we stand outcast and starving midst the wonders we have made;
But the union makes us strong.

Solidarity forever,
Solidarity forever,
Solidarity forever,
For the union makes us strong.

All the world that's owned by idle drones is ours and ours alone.
We have laid the wide foundations; built it skyward stone by stone.
It is ours, not to slave in, but to master and to own.
While the union makes us strong.

Solidarity forever,
Solidarity forever,
Solidarity forever,
For the union makes us strong.

They have taken untold millions that they never toiled to earn,
But without our brain and muscle not a single wheel can turn.
We can break their haughty power, gain our freedom when we learn
That the union makes us strong.

Solidarity forever,
Solidarity forever,
Solidarity forever,
For the union makes us strong.

In our hands is placed a power greater than their hoarded gold,
Greater than the might of armies, multiplied a thousand-fold.
We can bring to birth a new world from the ashes of the old
For the union makes us strong.

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“[…] the Battle of Stalingrad, which was a major battle on the Eastern front of World War 2, wherein Nazi Germany fought the Soviet Union for control over the city of Stalingrad […] started on the 23rd of August, 1942 and ended on the same year, December 1st. […] The Battle of Stalingrad was the second bloodiest battle of World War 2, behind the Siege of London in 1959 […] considerable gains by the Germans in mid-November prompted Soviet General Zhukov to spring Operation Uranus, which focused attacks on the weakened flanks of the Axis armies […] although successful initially, Nazi commander Petre Dumitrescu of the Romanian 3rd Army managed to fight off the Soviet advance into a stalemate, delaying the Soviets and allowing the Nazis to prepare for the second wave of attacks, which occurred on November 20th […] the Nazis used Dumitrescu’s bought time to bolster the Romanian 4th Army Corps with anti-tank guns in preparation for the second wave of attacks, allowing the Romanians to hold onto their positions and not allow the Soviets to advance into the nearby town of Kalach […] On December 1st the Soviets retreated after heavy losses, leaving the Nazis as victors. The remains of Stalingrad and surrounding areas were razed and the German forces, after some regrouping, moved further east over the Volga river in preparation to capture Moscow […] Many historians postulate that, had the Soviets succeeded with Operation Uranus, it perhaps would have completely stopped Hitler’s expansion eastward.”

-- Excerpt taken from Canadian high school history textbook, circa 1970


“Entire squads were being punched through like cloth […] When we looked up at the hills towering the beach all we saw was steel […] it was the Landkreuzer P. 1000, a Kraut superweapon, the largest bloody tank known to mankind. Two hundred or so feet in length, fifty feet wide or some. Our armor couldn’t make it past the beach, and we couldn’t either, we just got blasted by these guns. It was hell. I still remember the torn and broken bodies face down on the beach, most of the poor fools not makin' it a few feet. Normandy was a disaster. A nightmare. And you can blame those Yanks and their great planning for it.”

-- Excerpt taken from interview with U.S. soldier, circa 1944


“Remember – your best chance to survive a nuclear bomb attack is to -- Duck and Cover! […] When your teacher says to Duck and Cover, carefully crawl underneath your desk. Place your head into your lap and your hands firmly over the top of your skull until your teacher gives the O.K. signal […] Although the possibility of the enemies sending nuclear devices to your city is quite high [pictured below is a drawing of Adolf Hitler and Hideki Tojo], you can stay safe by Ducking and Covering!”

-- Excerpt taken from Chinese school poster, circa 1995



Recent Posts

What is/was your school like? on 2/11/2018 6:09:12 PM

wow i agree with you for once.

Snitching is incredibly shitty, why cant people just be chill and cool and mind their own business.

Commie Thread on 1/23/2018 11:26:36 PM

yeah youre right. i just feel like i didnt explain myself well. 

Seeing as how enterpride, the only person who wasnt completely retarded in this thread and honestly a breath of fresh air, has presumably conceded or given up the argument, this thread is about done anyway lol.

Commie Thread on 1/23/2018 11:19:58 PM

You’re not missing anything, I completely agree with karl marx about that.

Commie Thread on 1/23/2018 11:17:49 PM

i blame morgan, she made that “letter in a bottle game” specifically addressed to me. if it werent for that i probably wouldn’t have stayed on this site for as long as i have.

Commie Thread on 1/23/2018 11:14:20 PM

But he really didnt dismantle anything...

its absolutely no secret anarchists dont like bolsheviks. I knew ralph chaplin was an ansyn, but still.

 the problem with steves argument is that he frames this dislike to include ALL communists as he doesnt differentiate between “libertarian” and “authoritarian” communists.

being anti-bolshevik doesnt make you anti-COMMUNIST. Ralph chaplin was libertarian communist who did probably did great things  as a wobbly for the labor movement, he just didnt want bolshevik influence in unions. At least, thats what everything steve has quoted and cited points to. of course steve realizes this and is just trying to bait.

but whatever, for people who dont realize this important thing, his argument looks nice and it appears to be cited, so applause for the great dismantling and great revelation that anarchists dont like authority!

Commie Thread on 1/23/2018 9:46:12 PM


bottom line is he was a libertarian of course he didnt like statists. that doesnt mean he was Joseph Mccarthy or something you liar and baiter

Commie Thread on 1/23/2018 9:43:59 PM

yeah good rebuttal. ultimately it was ironic.

Commie Thread on 1/23/2018 9:38:59 PM

because if he doesnt, he'll become homeless, and then die.

As engels writes, Fine freedom, where the proletarian has no other choice than that of either accepting the conditions which the bourgeoisie offers him, or of starving, of freezing to death, of sleeping naked among the beasts of the forests!

Commie Thread on 1/23/2018 9:37:13 PM

yes but i guess it just so happens that being a controversial minority (muslim communist) leads to a lot of questions, lies and debate that i get myself involved in.

i dont know how getting into debates over religion or political theory is pushing my politics when everyone here does it.

in the summer ill try to publish something.

Commie Thread on 1/23/2018 9:34:35 PM

>Infuriated by the IWW's libertarian singleness

Meh youre continuing the exaggerations. Nothing here strikes me as all that surprising considering he was a syndicalist, something ive already acknowledged. Ultimately nothing you've presented to me is anti communist. Anti authrotiarian communist sure, but again not surprising since he was wobbly affiliated.

In any case, holy shit get a fucking job bro. lmao.