Meeting Diadelics — introduction to who I am and what I do.
Diadelics? Who is that, what does it stand for (politically). What the hell even is a Diadelic? Diadelic? Diadelics? Ugh, I hate repetition.
Diadelics isn’t plural nor is it really singular either. It’s just a word. I thought of it when I decided that I needed a cool name for my Twitter and “Praxis Makes Perfect,” was too long of a name. Diadelics is a signifier for a signified. Can it really just be that though? No. It is supposed to be a clever synthesis of psychedelics (hinting at my love for Mark Fisher’s acid politics) and dialectics (I am sure nobody needs an introduction to dialectics). Everything is moving. It goes forward. All the time. Even deteriorating things are moving towards a state of existence. Morality, religious values, social organization. These things are always moving forward and our attempt in intervention only makes it go faster.
Hence, my ideology. Look, I am not going to say that my ideas, thoughts, and such are always static. I change my mind a lot, I read a lot, I think a lot. I may be a LeftCom one day and an AnCom the next. Ideology is dumb yet the denouncement of ideology is just as dumb. Anti-Ideology, pure realism, always stays ideological at heart. What even is real? Is Diadelics a materialist or an idealist. Who knows, why is there a dichotomy to begin with. Diadelics looks at what is being perceived and denies it. Think. Always think. Imagine new worlds and perspectives even if what you are perceiving is as real as it gets. Why is a cat a cat? Why is a dog a dog? Is it the constructive biological features of a lobster that makes it such or is it the way in which it isn’t a cat or a dog that makes it such.
What makes me a communist?
I am not a capitalist.
What makes someone anti-capitalist?
Marx wrote explicitly about what makes capitalism capitalist. But when did he talk about what makes a socialist a socialist? That’s the thing. Socialism is a reaction. Communism is a movement for the abolition of the current state of things. You know what Capitalism is and deconstruct all of its features.
Constantly moving, always moving, never stop moving. Capitalism will catch you if you slow down and will completely strip you from who you are. You have to be faster. Melt down the foundations of capital. Flow from root to root. Accelerate.
Praxis Makes Perfect.
I am a man in the sense that I am human. I enjoy human things. I play instruments, I read books, I play video games, and most importantly.
I never stop moving.