>>112636859>Anarchists hate the police. Marxists believe the police act as the enforces of the ruling class, so they hate the police now as enforcers of the bourgeoisie but not future police acting for the working class.
Liberals spout anti-police rhetoric just like anarchists do, don't play dumb.>This is wordplay, it doesn't mean anything.
Ask any liberal why diversity is important and they'll tell you something along the lines of it allowing us to understand different perspectives and allow for more ways of solving problems. If this is the case, diversity of opinion should be the most important form of diversity.>Liberals and Social Democrats think this.
Then they are engaging in hypocrisy>Marxists want to seize private businesses.
Ask Marxists the same question but change "private business" to "worker owned business" and they'll just give you some non-answer like "well in our society people wouldn't be bigoted.">it doesn't make a Marxist who doesn't like beer a hypocrite just because the working class does.
It's hypocritical for liberals who accuse conservatives of hating the working class to hate the working class themselves because they don't approve of the progressive stack or because they're "christcucks". And yes, it's true in the US that blue collar workers are more likely to be conservative on social issues.>This is highly Americanized but again primarily a liberal phenomenon
It's still contradictory. There are few outliers from places like /leftypol/, but most Marxists don't disapprove of affirmative action, most likely because it would get them excluded from most left-wing circles.>The monopoly on violence is a different concept to a monopoly business.
They're both bad for the same reasons. Liberals are still perfectly fine with state monopolies over certain industries, utilities, or services.
Another contradiction for liberals>We love democracy but we will do everything we can to reverse democratic exercises that don't go our way like Brexit