The Case Against
Libertarian Socialist Rants

[Far-Left, Spanish Civil War, Alt-Right]

One thing that I am sure of, is that whatever the contingencies that may arise here, wherever I am, there will be no Communism.
-Franciso Franco

Agitate! Educate! Organise! This is the rallying cry of socialist agitators who wish to bring their communist utopia through revolution. Inspired by Marxist theory, communists throughout history have made it their life’s mission to end capitalism through the dictatorship of the proletarian and bring about a classless and stateless society. This can be seen among well known far-left YouTubers, such as Libertarian Socialist Rants, Contrapoints, HBomberguy, Shaun, and Stimulator – where they all advocate for democratic worker control and collective ownership over the means of production. The CNT union group in the Second Spanish Republic is often referenced as a success story of this style of socialism, as far-left groups in Spain carried out a Marxist revolution against the clergy, capitalists, landowners and the bourgeoisie in order to establish their utopia. But in the civil war that followed, it was proven that democracy was the God that failed.

This presentation goes into the always constant and ever evolving Marxist theory of dialectical materialism, the origins of fascism in Europe, the detailed retelling of the Spanish Civil War, the economic realities of anarcho-syndicalism in Republican Spain, the benefits of Francoist Spain, and how the reactionary Alt-Right in our contemporary world came to be.

Overall, it shows that the Marxist vision of communism, which is the promise of heaven on Earth, is the God that failed.

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Clips used:

Black Bloc – A Story of Violence and Love (YouTube) | Pan’s Labyrinth 2006 | Libertarias 1996 | Land and Freedom 1995 | Quest TV – The Struggle Between Democracy and Fascism (YouTube) | VICE – Charlottesville Race and Terror (YouTube) | Reds 1981 | Talk of Angels 1998 | The Anarchists’s Wife 2008 | There Be Dragons 2011 | Soldados De Salamina 2003 | Las 13 Rosas 2007 | The Men Who Built America 2012 | The Great Gatsby 2013 | Die Deutschen 2008 | J Edgar 2001 | Between the Wars 1978 | We The Living 1942 | No Gods, No Masters: A History of Anarchism 2017 | Cold War (TV series) 1998 | Hitler: The Rise of Evil 2003 | Tea with Mussolini 1999 | Lion Of The Desert 1981 | Indiana Jones and the Raiders of The Lost Ark 1981 | Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade 1989 | The Book Thief 2013 | Lenin in October 1937 | Doctor Zhivago 1965 | October Ten Days That Shook the World 1927 | Warlords 2007 | Admiral 2008 | Nicholas and Alexandra 1971 | The Romanovs – An Imperial Family 2000 | Bitter Harvest 2017 | L’assedio delle Alcazar 1940 | Soldados de Salamina 2003 | The Spirit of the Beehive 1973 | Ernest Hemingway The Spanish Earth 1937 | The Spanish Civil War (TV Series) 1983 | ¡Ay Carmela! 1990 | Armistad 1997 | Terror! Robespierre and the French Revolution 2009 | The Blind Sunflowers 2008 | Un Dios Prohibido 2013 | Ben-Hur 1959 | Head in the Clouds 2004 | Backbone 2001 | Downfall 2004 | Stalingrad 1993 | Fiddler on the Roof 1971 | Thrones of Semana Santa (YouTube)

Music used:

Civilisation 4 OST | Stray from the Path – Goodnight Alt-Right | Inferno OST | Pan’s Labyrinth OST | Civilisation 5 OST | Civilisation 6 OST | World of Warcraft – The Burning Crusade OST | Alien Isolation OST | Coconuts – Silver Lights | Nazi Book Burning March – Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade | National Anthem of USSR | Mi General Augusto Pinochet | Heart of the Swarm OST | Deus Ex Mankind Divided OST | World of Warcraft – Culling of Strathome | A Las Barricadas | Spanish Republic Anthem | Charlie Clouser – Fuck This Shit | Hearts of Iron 4 OST | Richard Wagner – The Symphonic Ring | Angels and Demons OST | Heart of the Storm – Chromie Music (YouTube) | The Da Vinci Code OST | Starcraft Heart of the Zerg OST

Citations used:

The Spanish Civil War (TV Series) 1983 | Workers Against Work: Labor in Paris and Barcelona During the Popular Fronts – Michael Seidman – | Francisco Franco: A Life From Beginning to End – Hourly History | The Spanish Civil War: Revolution and Counterrevolution – Burnett Bolloten, Stanley G. Payne, and George Esenwein | The Spanish Civil War: A Very Short Introduction – Helen Graham | Homage to Catalonia –  George Orwell | Anarchism and Workers’ Self-Management in Revolutionary Spain – Frank Mintz, Paul Sharkey, and Chris Ealham | The Spanish Cockpit: An Eye Witness Account of the Political and Social Conflicts of the Spanish Civil War – Franz Borkenau and Gerald Brennan | Psiquismo del Fanatismo Marxista – Antonio Vallejo Nágera