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"Lenin’s famous statement: “without a revolutionary there can be no revolutionary movement” (in What is to be Done) means that a revolution is achieved with neither verbalism nor activism, but rather with praxis, that is, with reflection and action directed at the structures to be transformed. The revolutionary effort to transform these structures radically cannot designate its leaders as its “thinkers” and the oppressed as mere “doers”.
The leaders cannot treat the oppressed as mere activists to be denied the opportunity of reflection and allowed merely the illusion of acting, whereas in fact they would continue to be manipulated - and in this case by the presumed foes of manipulation."
Paulo Freire (Pedagogy of the Oppressed)
Revolutionary praxis must stand opposed to praxis of the dominant elites, fo they are by nature antithetical. Revolutionary praxis cannot tolerate an absurd dichotomy in which the praxis of the people is merely that of following the leader’s decisions - thus reflecting the prescriptive methods of the dominant elite. (via proletarianinstinct