@Pyretta For me, it's more like 'I'm okay with both i guess?' I think it's important that there is some sort of labour movement, but 1. waged labour isn't all labour (ie. what's traditionally womens' labour) 2. there are people who cannot engage in waged work (ie. 'disabled' people) 3. what life is like in unemployment impacts what life is like in employment and how exploitative bosses can be 4. automation in various sectors will make workers obsolete
I was kinda disappointed by the survey but I guess it just had to paint stuff in broad strokes.
I also think some dichotomies, ie. 'party/union', 'production/environment' have a variety of false premises baked into it, and there were some pretty fashy questions too, like about population control.
I'm also way more reformist and internationalist than this graph suggests.
Continuing Chrono Trigger on stream soonish at https://www.twitch.tv/darkbowser64/ as usual, no voice, just gonna use the chat.
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