Personal experience with Socialist Alternative

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David

If you have been to a conservative rally, a university campus or even a mall, you will have likely encountered them, easily recognisable by their foul mouths and equally disgusting body odour. If you have ever attempted to engage in political debate against them, you will have faced an incomprehensible string of rhetoric and misunderstandings of simple politics and economics. Of course, I am referring to the infamous Socialist Alternative (SAlt), built on the principles of Trotsky and (somehow) being able to influence university politics and write baseless narratives on the most benign of conservative groups on campus. In this piece, I aim to share my interactions with the Socialist Alternative, as I, a conservative, attempted to engage in dialogue with the group.

It was a warm summer’s day, fresh from high school, naive and hopeful for my campus experience. It was not long however, until this bubble was rudely destroyed by a pair of socialists standing near the entrance of the campus.

“Would you like to come to our conference?” questioned one of them.

I replied that I disliked the ideas of Socialism and will not be attending the conference, to which, I faced probing as to why I do not favour Socialism as a means of governance. I replied honestly that several family members lost their lives due to Socialism in conflicts, purges and starvation. The duo, relentless in their push to enact communism everywhere, still continued to push their agenda towards me, attempting to distinguish between Stalinism and Trotskyism, ignoring Trotsky’s own violent and genocidal thoughts and actions such as the founding of the Soviet military apparatus, the infamous Red Army amongst other things. It was the last I would see of them, or so I thought.

It was not too long until I was again subject to unusual conduct and behaviours by the Socialist Alternative. The Socialist Alternative, ever persisting in their quest to convert the minds of pupils from the evils of the Free Market, once again accosted students like myself, in a pitch to cut military research from universities, one thing which the SAlt doesn’t realise is important for national security whilst also helping deliver them the fabled cheaper college fees promised to them by the Marxian spirits above. It also interests me how the Socialist Alternative were able to assemble all their members to preach this one topic whilst ignoring the Chinese government asset of the Confucius Institute, linked to a whole catalogue of issues such as propaganda and spying. Such behaviours continued throughout the year and characterised a significant portion of the university social life and political sphere, drowning out all opposing views whether they were conservative such as the young liberals or centrists such as young labor and other groups.

To all those who current attend university, I implore you to report any such rude behaviour to university management such as security services or conduct services. Alternatively, one can also inform the student union. Creating discussions and posts on social media platforms like this XYZ are also beneficial in exposing the inner workings of the Socialist Alternative and allow for personal experiences to be shared. Other posts, by other authors more experienced and professional than myself, explain the inner workings of the Socialist Alternative in riveting texts. It’s too long that far left extremist groups have been tolerated on campus.

We must let the Socialist Alternative recognise we won’t stand for their conduct and disorderly behaviour to conservative students and staff.

We must resist their dominance and censorship on and off campus.

Signing out…

David

  • Taipan

    I would suggest (and many here might not agree) that these groups are not really Socialists in the true non-Marxian sense of the word. They actually have more in common with international capitalists like George Soros. Most multinational corporations are on board with cultural marxism and the demographic replacement of the West. These professional students are the shock troops of the globalists and the Establishment. They would all be on Facebook and upload their latest happenings from an Apple iphone. Fundamentally they’re not Socialists. Francis Parker Yockey’s description of socialism is that it simply means “the group before the individual” and capitalism: “every individual for himself.” He argues that these are not just economic theories but philosophies of life.

    • Shosshannah

      George Soros is a traitor to fellow Jews. He sold them out to Hitler.

    • thegentlemantroll

      I believe you are into something here, especially since modern-day socialists couldn’t be more antithetical to a worker if they tried.

      But the capitalism definition sounds a bit simplistic. To go off a tangent a little, I read the other day a German commented who said they distinguish between capitalism and free-markets. I’ve never heard it put that way before and I think I like it. A free market is the default state of society without government intrusion (governments main role being to steal our money and tell us what not to do) if we didn’t have rules forbidding it, we’d all be buying and selling whatever we wanted. But I don’t think ‘capitalism’ nor ‘free-market’ imply every individual for himself. That would be closest to anarchy, which in turn devolves into survival of the fittest and rule by warlords pretty fast. A free-market or capitalist “system” is only a system in that it creates rules to maintain those norms, not restrict them.

    • Addelad

      Excellent analysis.

  • John Sheppard

    Thanks for the contribution David! In my uni days I was too concerned with getting back home to play Counter Strike rather than deal with the social or political aspects of uni life. If I had my time again, I would enjoy making those socialists life as miserable as possible. So I am glad you are more engaged than I was, and hope you can make a difference at your university. Good luck!

  • Shosshannah

    SA.
    They are Nazis.
    Hitler had his SA, too.
    Look it up.

    • Jonathan

      Whatever, troll. SA call everyone else Nazis.

      • Addelad

        Agree, mindless troll

  • thegentlemantroll

    Time to defund unis

    • Micaiah

      Also make every high schooler read the gulag archipelago before being given voting rights.

    • Jonathan

      No, manage their funds and purge them of Marxists. Same with the ABC, keep it, purge Marxists. Abolish SBS.

      • thegentlemantroll

        Nah. I would say that’s both impossible and undesirable. It’s the digital age. There is no good argument for having publicly-funded broadcasting as private broadcasting options are numerous and widespread. Ditto with knowledge and learning. The left want to keep the gravy train going because they love an easy paycheck and the safety of their ivory towers.

  • Micaiah

    “several family members lost their lives due to Socialism in conflicts, purges and starvation”

    If you don’t mind writing about it I would love to read these stories. One of the problems we have in getting our message out is that people are so completely disconnected from historical reality (not to mention economic and biological reality).

    • David

      Hello,

      Original poster here, I’ll make a followup post next week, next few days will be clogged with university work. Thanks for your response, it’s good knowing that people have an interest.

  • fimbulwinter

    It’s great knowing there are some University students out there that haven’t succumbed to socialism.

    • fimbulwinter

      Be suspicious of your professors. They are the biggest commies out there.

      • David

        Luckily, I am in a STEM field where logic and truth are key values, away from the cult that is the arts.

  • Jonathan

    Lenin and Stalin would have had them shot as degenerates. Che persecuted and imprisoned homosexuals for same reasons.https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/19c30ee457b74b4ee88df8bc675d61e7f7b54a7051bbf53467390a6665569c96.png

  • Addelad

    A most useful contribution. FWIW, these redolent creatures have been present on campus for eons, even when I was there – probably not long after universities were first instituted. The essential message (capitalism/US are evil) remains constant, the “good guys” vary – Mao, USSR, Ho Chi-Minh, Che/Fidel etc. The point made by Taipan is an interesting variant to that – maybe now they can be seen as the brownshirts for our coming new world order – globalism et al.

  • There may actually be some honest socialists in their midst. They’ll grow out of it when they see the dishonesty and power craziness in their “comrades”.

    At least that’s what used to happen.

    • sheikyermami

      No such thing as an ‘honest socialist’. The whole concept is based on other peoples money.