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The temptation to ‘slice’ the systemic oppressions up is the byproduct of the capitalist flow in society. Suffering transforms into a commodity chain while atomistically privatizing the oppression: it cultivates into separated gradations of economic inequalities, undermining class politics and situating the oppressed to compete, earning recognition and selling the ‘suffering pack’ to the colonial band-aid. The significance, it happens to pit us in the social rumble, obscuring the form of solidarity and polluting the movement with subjective and/or class-less struggles within the state. Either we were forced to pick a struggle or hit the nail on the head immediately.

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