My suggestion is to dismiss her philosophy but be a student of how she rose to power. I recall in the early days observing how she did it. The Socialist Alternative in 2011 in Seattle was little more than a card table and a few dozen people. They were very well organized, raised money and worked the streets. Kshama was EVERYWHERE.
Rather than merely complaining about Kshama, her philosophy, and how bad it is, I suggest learning how to match her techniques. Go where the people are. Listen to them. And BE the change….but good change.
We can all agree that crony capitalism and the police state need to be addressed. It is how we address them that matters and the fact there has been no reform, creates a vacuum for someone like Kshama to rise to power.