They called socialist countries under Marxism–Leninism “communist states” lmao.
This is a Dengist community in favor of Bashar al-Assad with no information that can lead to the arrest of Hillary Clinton, our fellow liberal and queen. This community is not ironic. We are Marxists-Leninists.
If you haven’t already found it, this GitHub page is an excellent collection of sources about socialism, imperialism, and other relevant topics, made by @dessalines and others.
We have a Matrix homeserver and a private Matrix room. See this thread for more information.
Cool thing about Wikipedia is that anyone can edit it, as long as you give a source for edits more substantial than grammar/sentence structure changes. To prevent “edit wars” as they call them, it’s generally recommended to start a thread on the talk page prior to any large scale edits of an article, or in response to someone reverting your edit.
Problem is that bots will just change the page back.
EDIT: I don’t see why people couldn’t just contribute to the ProleWiki page on the NKVD instead.
I’ll be honest, my experience with Wikipedia is limited to minor spelling, grammar, and sentence structure changes. I only ever got more interested in Wikipedia, and trusting it a bit more, when I read into its governance structure and found it to be fairly democratic, supporting a consensus style of democracy for both edits and admin/bureaucrat positions.
I was under the impression that bots were either banned or maybe only used by sitewide admins for protection against graffiti and the like? I might be misremembering though.
From my own experience, bots will actually help lock vandalization in through this process:
Vandalization has now been locked in, and only very observing individuals that go through the edit history will notice.