What is our programme?
1. Defends the seizure of power by the proletariat, and the creation of a state led by the proletarian class, which will be assigned the utmost task to bring forth socialism, the lower stage of communism. We understand socialist society as one without money, without states, without markets, and without commodity production.
2. Rejects all opportunist doctrines, characteristic of the bourgeois socialists and of social-democracy. We believe that all "progressive actions" taken on part of capitalism are, in fact, merely dead-end corrective measures to maintain the exploitation of the working class. This does not mean betterment of the conditions of the class is counter-revolutionary, but instead that we must fight against the opportunist discourse that highlights such corrective goals.
3. Recognizes that no technical-scientific development exists above class society: while findings may be deterministic, the way such findings are utilized are not, and the very direction of research is dictated by the bourgeoise's interests. We recognize that capitalism, now in a crisis of overproduction, cannot help but hinder scientific development.
4. Posits as immediate measures the goal of working towards countering the enshrined doctrine of petty-bourgeois individualism in technical circles. From delusions such as the veneration of authorship and denial of free usufruct to legalistic fantasies of a "free society built upon free software".
5. Defends the concept of an united class union, countering the tales of the "grandeur of technology" posed by the latest pieces of bourgeois propaganda which encourage technology workers to see themselves as separate from the rest of the class and as inherent bourgeois allies working in the name of "progress". Such tales serve to counter all efforts towards unionism and to make sure that the worst-case scenario for the capitalists is a small, apolitical, isolated union of tech workers with little power over the field as a whole.