How does the mind of a SJW who's into anime work? I mean, anime only exists at all because of capitalism and consumerism taken to an extreme, while SJWs want a socialist authoritarian state where nobody is free to do anything other than SJW-approved actions.
A "socialist authoritarian state" is contradictory. You can never have public ownership and authoritarianism. Hell, one might argue that a state also undermines the concept of public ownership.
I'm not that guy.
But you pretty much ARE retarded.
Anime is shit, but I'm pretty sure it exists because painted/illustrated people have existed for millenia.
anyways, fuck you, I'll bash your head in with a rock.
Also, how the fuck is anime more of a capitalist manifestation than a cultural one? Think things through before you post. Anime is not the result of capitalism and consumerism taken to the extreme, but rather is simply a representation of a certain subset of Japanese culture. Fucking bait threads
>You can never have public ownership and authoritarianism.
what are all the self-proclaimed socialist states that have existed in the world up to now?
you're just a retard arguing that there's no true scotsman
Sorry but socialism is a definition. A transition stage between private ownership and public ownership. We've never seen such a state before, but we've gotten kind of close with Anarchist Catalonia.
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Here's a more direct answer: every single self-proclaimed socialist state has not been controlled by people, but by the state, which in itself is a private entity. Every single state on the planet was created by property owners for the sole purpose of protecting property owners, or by selfish individuals seeking to overthrow the state and take control over things themselves.
It's a mystery. Anime is pretty much an SJW's worst nightmare. On steroids.
But, SJWs are the best of the best when it comes to cognitive dissonance. Maybe us mere mortals just can't comprehend their advanced techniques.
It's not bait, it's what a lot of people think. They're always going on about how anime is so commercialized, unlike glorious Western entertainment that's done purely for the sake of art.
>You can never have public ownership and authoritarianism
What's contradictory about it?
What do you even mean by "public ownership"?
Ownership by any number of members of the public? Ownership by 20 members of the public? 1000?
It's easy to imagine a system containing both public ownership and authoritarianism. Mutual firms plus an authoritarian state. Or perhaps the entire public owns many things collectively and there's also an authoritarian state.
>socialism is a definition. A transition stage between private ownership and public ownership
this is one of many definitions of socialism, but it is neither the original nor the common definition of socialism.
The term "socialism" was created by Henri de Saint-Simon, one of the founders of what would later be labelled "utopian socialism". Simon coined "socialism" as a contrast against the liberal doctrine of "individualism", which stressed that people act or should act as if they are in isolation from one another.
The modern definition and usage of "socialism" settled by the 1860s, becoming the predominant term among the group of words "co-operative", "mutualist" and "associationist" which had previously been used as synonyms.
so no. what you are saying is neither the original definition nor the current common definition.