>Early Christianity was very much a precurosor to later socialist and anarchist movements. They were voluntary and autonomous collectives that not only worshiped but met each others needs, in contrast to the roman state that merely collected taxes, suppressed disorder and waged war.
I'm well aware of this connection, particularly it's connection to Marx through Hegel. Hegel's entire definition of Freedom is, after all, based on these early radically egalitarian Christian communities, communities where all social realtions, supposedly, were based on Love. And while I find this very romantic and appealing, Marx and Engel's critique of this Utopian strain is obviously one of the core motivators of this entire disagreement. If these sorts of communities constituted Dual Power then we would have to concede that the whole 60's New Left "hippy commune" craze was also an effective form of Dual Power, seeing as how it was these early Christians they wished to emulate.
>Marxism is deterministic for stating that primitive accumulation had to lead to class society
You only find Marxism deterministic because you're interpreting everything I'm saying as strictly structuralist. I'm not denying that superstructure can't effect base, that's a fundamentally anti-Marxist, almost a form of economic mysticism, maybe closer to the way ancaps view reality, as if Capital is a conscious entity with agency. Superstructure, however, is subordinate to base, and base creates the limits of what we can imagine, even when we try to imagine the past, not just the Communist future. Political economic realities create class, classes are not created because certain people get it into theirr head that they need to oppress other people, this is why 80% of anarchist class analysis is so retarded, because they basically fall for the Liberal memes of "crony capitalism", "bankers", "corruption", and "a few bad apples", your assuming far too much about people's inner psychologies, at the end of the day our participation in class society, whether as oppressor or oppressed is a highly unconscious one, this is why Marx has a tendency to describPost too long. Click here to view the full text.