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Neo-PosadismFromUfologytoSurvivalism 100%

Neo-Posadism:From Ufology to Survivalism “​ The atomic war is going to provoke a true inferno on earth. But it will not impede communism.”  ­J. Posadas  During the 1940’s,the ‘Posadist Fourth Internationale’ split off from the main Fourth  Internationale.To call the Posadist’s beliefs strange is more than a bit of a understatement.The  Posadists believed,among other things, that a nuclear war between the USSR and the US  would herald the Socialist revolution,that communist aliens would help them rebuild society,and  that dolphins would one day be able to communicate with humans.                ​ Copy of the ‘Red Flag’,the Posadist’s newsletter    Although Posadism experienced some initial popularity,this would decline with the death of their  leader in 1981. By 2010,their membership would number less than 100.By 2025,it was 25,and  by 2030 it was 17.    The last 17 members of the group held a ‘Posadist Fifth Internationale’ in the Salt Lake City  Commune in 2032.In it,they adopted Anarcho­Syndicalism as the party’s ideology,purged the  ofology and other ‘New Age’ elements from the party(resulting in explusion of 6 people),and  focused on a ‘Sustainable,Survivalist,and Ecotopian’ platform,focused on ‘preserving  Communism after the Nuclear War’,which they viewed as inevitable.They also made the  strategic choice to appeal to ex­members of the ​ The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter­Day  Saints,as they believed that their new platform would be extremly appealing to them.This would  turn out to be the move which saved the party.  “Guidelines for the New Posadist” A recruiting pamphlet for the Posadists.    When the Posadist left the convention,in July of 2032,there were 11 remaining members.By  December,there was 26 members.By January of 2035 there was a estimated 750  members,mostly operating in the SLC Commune,as well as in Bolvia and Argentina.  The membership would continue to grow,and by 2050,there was an estimated 30,000  members.At the 2055 Posadist Internationale,the party wrote what would become the ‘bible’ of  the Neo­Posadist movement;The New Posadist Manifesto.  Charles Williams,main author of the New Posadist Manifesto  Written mainly by Charles Williams,along with 25 other Party leaders,the Manifesto would  outline the Neo­Posadists(as they are commonly referred to) ‘Beliefs,Aims,and Tendencies’,and  would switch the official party line from ‘Bring out a nuclear war so communism will emerge’ to  ‘Preserve Communism in the event of a nuclear war or similarly devastating event’.They also  called for the establishment of ‘Large underground bunkers,in which mankind may wait out the  apocalypse’ to be built.           In 2070,the Posadist Fifth Internationale’ would become part of the International of Anarchist  Federations,adding another 50,000 members to the IFA.


Trotskyist Family Tree (draft 3) 45%

Matgamna LP Orientated Socialist Press, Trotskyism Today (journal) Communist Bulletin Group 1981-1993 Left Communism Workers Voice Trotskyist Faction 1979 Socialist Current 1957-1988 Frank Rowe Socialist Current Militant Tendency 1964 - 1991 Grant, Peter Taaffe LP Orientation Militant Militant International Review International Group 1961-1968 Ken Coates, Pat Jordan LP orientation, Nottingham based The Week International Marxist Group Jordan, Coates, Tariq Ali 1968-1982 LP orientated International (1968), Black Dwarf (1968-1970), Red Mole (1970-1973), Red Weekly (1973-1977), Socialist Challenge (1977-1982) Socialist Review Tradition (Cliff) Revolutionary Workers Party 1962-date Posadist Workers Fight Tradition (Matgamna) Workers Fight 1967-1968 (fuse with IS as Trotskyist Tendency) Sean Matgamna Workers Fight, Permanent Revolution (journal) Workers Internationalist League (earlier Internationalist Tendency 1983-1984 Pete Flack Workers international News International Leninist Workers Party (Earlier Workers Party) 1979-date Marxist-Leninist, SLP orientated Economics and Philosophic Science Review Workers Revolutionary Party 1985-date Healy, Sheila Torrance Newsline Workers International League 1985-1997 (majority of members formed Workers Action (2004-2006) Workers News Communist League 1990-2005 (dissolved into A World to Win) Healyite (published his biography Socialist Future Review Marxist Party 1987-2004 Healy Vanessa and Colin Redgrave The Marxist Workers Revolutionary Party (official continuation of WRP) 1985-1996 Slaughter, Branda Workers Press International-Communist League (continuation of WF) 1971-1981 Matgamna LP Orientated, Socialist Campaign for a Labour Victory Workers Action 1971-1979, International Communist (journal), Socialist Organiser Socialist League 1982-1985 LP orientated Socialist Action International Socialist Group (previously International Group) 1985-1987, 1987-2009 Earlier LP Communist League 1988-date John Ross SWP (USA) The Militant (Pathfinder Press) Marxist Philosophy Forum (earlier Communist Forum) 1986-1987 Branda Movement for Socialism 1996-date Slaughter Workers international to Rebuild the Fourth international 1996-2002 Workers International News Scottish Militant Labour 1991-1998 Tommy Sheridan Scottish Socialist Voice The Discussion Grouo 1971-1976 Roy Terse, David Yaffe Bulletin Revolutionary Communist Group (earlier Revolutionary Opposition) 1973-date Yaffe Revolutionary Communist (1975-1979) Fight Racism!