In my work, I have to help people as a last resort, after everyone has let them down and I am their last chance to regain their freedom.
But although they ask for help, although they need my help, they are often unable to receive it, and either intentionally or involuntarily sabotage all my efforts. They are not used to being helped and do not know how to get help. It is very discouraging.
For my part, as a liberal profession, nobody would help me in the event of a hard blow, except my family, but my family could not withstand a very violent blow, of course.
I really have a feeling of disconnection and atomization: I see that judicial and administrative institutions have taken the place of communities, and that there is no community, no human connection. Agains the state institutions, the individual is nothing, crushed, dismantled, quartered. He is even no longer able to receive human solidarity when it comes to him.
I see the Communist Party as the seed of renaissance of the global and universal human community. But I do not trust the current communist parties, which are primarily organs of propaganda and discussion, and whose individuals are basically very isolated from each other, and could hardly withstand serious state pressure.
I will feel much, much more reassuring in a "democratic-military" organization, that is to say a democratic organization, which takes care of each member as an individual and as a related community, but also as a centralized military organization, disciplined and able to resist repression and a major state offensive against it.
As I said in my previous thread, I am in favor of a complete centralization of the resources of the militants, and a centralized management of the party and militants' resources, thus confused. I am in favor of the formation of disciplined units that elect their leaders, who function militarily but without the barracks spirit characteristic of the bourgeois army (blind obedience and humiliation, for example).
I am in favor of the militants following a party resource plan (raising money), but also following a physical, intellectual and organizational training, that the party be regularly subjected to simulations of attack of the state to test how the party can defend itself and improve its organization. For example, for a month the party simulates its ban by the state, or simulates the arrest of 10 leaders to test its ability to resilience. The party must always test its security and improve it, this is an essential point.