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How does the word "communism" effect you?

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posted on Jun, 22 2014 @ 03:19 AM
a reply to: monkofmimir

I will get back tol your very good answer but it will be probably about a week as I am moving house and we are in chaos and I want to reply to your points.

A fast reply on North Korea is that I don't think that inherited power for the leadership of any country whether it is by royal line here or family line there, which is the same in one respect is acceptable and no inheritance , as of right positions should exist in this day and age at the top level of power in any country. We need the best people at the top to deal with such a huge population and destructive weapons. History shows us that often the son of a successful man is not the best one to follow - because he has lived in Father's shadow and has been brought up to please Father and like our queenie the North Korean leader certainly did not work except to surround himself with the biggest slave nation shield he could squash on his territory. In the UK we are 'subjects' only and have never had a Bill of Rights of queenie who does exactly as she likes especially with public money.

posted on Jun, 22 2014 @ 03:51 AM
a reply to: Shiloh7

My point regarding north Korea is that communist like monarchist countries inevitably fall into the hands of dictators who abuse their subjects with no respect for rights such as property.

posted on Jun, 22 2014 @ 04:34 AM
a reply to: bbracken677

The Nazi ideology (national socialism) took large swathes of socialist ideology. Economically they rejected both capitalism and communism as evil systems instead they followed a mixed economic model,

Hitler himself said

we are socialists, we are enemies of today's capitalistic economic system

the 25 point plan released by the Nazi party provides many examples of their socialist root.

check out this link for more details.

however they also took ideas from other areas, Most obviously the idea of national superiority.
Interestingly there beliefs were more complex than simple racial superiority. They believed that each race must embrace their cultural history to stay strong which is why they embraced so much from roman culture such as their salute.

They justified they're hatred against groups like the Jews and Gypsies because of their historically transient nature, portraying them as a form of cultural parasite.

it is important to understand these horrific ideologies or people will simply repeat their goal under the false guise of a new ideology.

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