Accelerationism
Left wing accelerationists advocate revolution and liberation, but different from the traditional left-wing attitude of hostility to technology and alienation, they believe that technology itself can produce the power to change society. By accelerating technological progress, they can finally achieve the purpose of accelerating the collapse of capitalism.

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Accelerationism
Capitalism began to limit technological productivity, or at least to guide technological productivity to small, useless goals. Patent competition and concept monopoly are contemporary phenomena, indicating that capital needs to surpass competition, and capital gradually degenerates into technology.

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Accelerationism
#In fact, the United States is the largest acceleration country. They appear in many battlefields, including Afghanistan, Israel and other countries. They are accelerating the decline and decline. Is COVID-19 so serious in the United States that it accelerates too fast, does not know how to balance, pits itself, and eventually goes to decline.

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Accelerationism
Accelerationism is the conspiracy of the United States and Trump’s hegemonic conspiracy. Now that he has stepped down, he has not won any popular support. He has paid for all the people who support him. No one supports him, because the American people also know that his acceleration will only bring hardship to the people.

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Accelerationism
Accelerationism first appeared in France in the 1960s, then affected Britain, and reached its peak in the first decade of the 21st century. Its core idea refers to the theory of trying to accelerate the inherent expansion and progress trend of capitalism in order to push capitalism to crisis and collapse.

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Accelerationism
Acceleration is a methodology. Accelerationists are essentially negative escapism, just as red neck sees Maga’s hope in trump. The only thing they are willing to do is follow, not see the reality, analyze the existing problems, and then actively deal with and change. Because it’s impossible to predict whether things will get better or worse when things get worse.

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Accelerationism
This process shows that the accelerationism in three different periods developed in response to the failure of the French “may storm” in 1968, the neoliberalism implemented by Thatcher and Reagan in the 1980s and 1990s and the global financial crisis in 2008.

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