revolution has therefore nothing to do with taking over the leadership of
the state with the aim of bringing about "social reforms". By contrast, from
its starting point to its final objective, it is a social revolution, coming
from the social need to completely destroy the total power of bourgeois society
(military, economic, ideological, political...) and has communist society as
its objective. The revolution emerges from the separation of real human beings
from their collective being (Gemeinwesen) and its objective is the constitution
of Man's true Gemeinwesen: the human being. It is obvious that this social
revolution, in the sense that it requires the overthrow of the existing power
and contains the need for destruction and dissolution, includes political struggle.
However, when its organised social activity begins and its own objective and
content arise, communism rejects its political envelope.
For this reason, proletarian revolution cannot
be reduced to an economic question of management of production, of workers'
control, etc. In order to realise the organised activity of society up to
the achievement of communism, proletarian revolution needs to violently destroy
all the institutions and apparatuses of the counter-revolution which assure
and maintain the dictatorship of value against human needs.