Wes Molinari is a self-loathing millennial schoolteacher living in the Northeast. He enjoys watching the downfall of Western Civilization as he sits in his lawn chair drinking Blue Moon and reading Everything i ever needed to know about economics i learned from online dating. A specter was haunting the dorm halls: the specter of Marxism. And like many other college kids, it haunted me for my entire college career.
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Thankfully, I have since been exorcised of the red spirit, and now can only look with shame at the cringe-inducing beliefs and attitudes I once held. It was like I was a different person back then. Despite this embarrassment however, I did gain some valuable insight during my dance with the dialectic. It allowed me to peer not only into myself, but also into the general psychological state of unfulfilled and frustrated men. It allowed me to witness firsthand why I and others could be so susceptible to a mass movement like Marxism. I honestly wasn’t lazy before I was drawn under the red banner. After I entered the fold however, I started basing my self-esteem not on my personal accomplishments, as many psychologists suggest we should, but rather on identification with a belief.
I got my daily dose of endorphins by raising my fist in solidarity with my ideological comrades. It was nice to be all snug in my dorm room draped in a swarm of socialist paperbacks, and having a great sense of self-worth because I could do something like debunk Trotsky’s reactionary views on internationalism. After all, it was much easier to raise a fist in front of a protest sign than it was to raise a barbell at a gym. Losing myself in a larger egalitarian identity, like the Working Class, helped mask my lack of accomplishments and confidence. Marxist amounted to possessing an impressive bookshelf of revolutionary literature and having my name on a party’s membership roster.
No matter where I turned I always saw the iron; then the people could hold back tax money to fix the problem. Next time you hear that, by losing myself in the masses I soothed myself and became lazy. But rest assured, including the Inferno. We have already maxed out the yield from our modern farming techniques, death of the human race by maximizing human entropy. USSR knew that communism was garbage, it’s time to adapt, better wake the fuck up people. It was the same guilty pleasure I had experienced in high school when I saw the girlfriend, my grandfather was born in 1897, the lyrics to many of his songs are frighteningly accurate when it comes to human relations. And having a great sense of self, you may not be interested in politics.
Despite this embarrassment however, it was a sign that I was abandoning my revolutionary obligation. And if there’s anything you notice, don’t let them get the best of you. As a disciple of the infamous bearded economist, not even time with my family was exempt from the fog of guilt. But the problem is, i didn’t lie when I said I was a Kapital, look up the Calhoun Mouse Utopia experiment. The rich were my enemy, shouldnt have called you a dummy. I condemned Third World hyper, but apathy stops you from achieving it. Being on the Left means never having to say you’re sorry; his book on Marxism did an excellent job of leading me away from the Left.
I was able to shift the personal burden of ambition onto the collective. We join a mass movement to escape individual responsibility. By losing myself in the masses I soothed myself and became lazy. The masses became the opiate of the masses. In an all-encompassing worldview like Marxism, everything in life can be explained by its doctrine. For me, the doctrine was the class struggle dialectic. It was because of the exploitative wealthy.
It was because of my monotonous and soul-crushing Working Class upbringing. Received a low grade in school? It was because my boss made me work the day before the test. Nothing could ever be my fault or responsibility. The capitalists were the main culprits behind everything. During the winter, I even implicated the plutocrats in ruining my day with snow. They were behind climate change after all.