Thoughts on Social Revolution

King James Bible: Matthew Ch. 10, verses 34-36

“Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword. For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. And a man’s foes [shall be] they of his own household.”

While the Prole Center rejects religion as a lie and a system of control, there are tidbits of wisdom to be found even in the bible. The above quote for example is a good one to help explain what is necessary in order to make a social revolution. These are the words of Jesus Christ, and he sounds like a revolutionary to us. Also, our currently featured musical artist, Dead Prez, makes a similar statement in one of their songs; we’ll let you discover which song.

This message is going out especially to Proles who may have family or friends in the military. It also applies to those with family or friends who have made their way into the bourgeois class (not impossible, but usually done through marriage, NOT “hard work”). If you fall into one or both of these categories we sympathize with your moral dilemma, BUT you must make a choice and decide which you value more: your FREEDOM and that of your class and ultimately the survival of humanity itself (we’re not kidding) or keeping on nice, polite terms with class traitors or class enemies.

A truly fundamental and decisive change in power and social relations is gonna be a bitch.  No one said, at least not us, that it would be easy and painless. You must work on becoming psychologically prepared to distance yourself from incorrigible family and friends. By all means, try to convert them to the Proletarian cause, the cause of absolute and total freedom, but if they will not come over to our side, they must accept the responsibility for their actions, beliefs, or complacency in the cause of justice. You have to decide which side you are on and what is most important to you.

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