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Kamala’s Marxist Tweet Was an Awfully Weird Closing Message

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posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 10:53 AM
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a reply to: projectvxn

This is a low ball figure:

"In 2017, Professor Stephen Kotkin wrote in The Wall Street Journal that communism killed at least 65 million people between 1917 and 2017: "Though communism has killed huge numbers of people intentionally, even more of its victims have died from starvation as a result of its cruel projects of social engineering."

Social engineering.
Starvation.
Intentional mass murder.

These ppl are straight evil once they get corrupted by this #.




posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 10:59 AM
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Every single time communism/marxism/socialism rears its ugly head tons of dead bodies get strown everywhere. Blood runs in the streets.

That is governance by tyranny and oppression.

Nothing pisses me off more than some uneducated fool saying they are a communist.

At least be an anarchist they have reasonable points. And they aren't blood thirty mass murderers.

So anarchy is infinitely better than the wholesale slaughter of the Reds. They like Red cuz it symbolizes all the blood everywhere from their psychopathic violent rampages.



posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 10:59 AM
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a reply to: muzzleflash

Marxists here have always estimated that they would have to kill between 25 and 60 million people in order to achieve their communist utopia here in the US.

Evil is absolutely right.

Evil should be destroyed.



posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 11:20 AM
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a reply to: projectvxn

The most baffling part of all of this, to me, is that we have otherwise seemingly intelligent hard working individuals that went to college and got degrees buying into communism.

It doesn't make sense because its so obviously bad and horrifying.

No mountain of skulls in human history can hold a candle to the mountains Stalin and Mao built via mass murder of their own ppl. Genghis Khan and Hitler combined can't even top one of the two big commies.

Their policies led to the Soviets and Chicoms being backwards and repressed and enslaved.

These are all easily found obvious facts that there's no way to deny.

So how the # are all these educated ppl believing in this? What the hell are they teaching them because in my poli sci courses at TTU my super hippy left wing professors were adamantly against this stuff despite hating Bush so much.

So I'm baffled.
How do smart ppl think such dumb things?

They must be selectively reading. Like they don't process certain things normally. Cherry pick ideas they like cuz it feels PC and discard any history facts that prove definitively that these ideas always lead to mass death and destruction followed by intense repression suppression and forced labor slavery and only 1 party rules etc etc.

These ppl believing this Commie death stuff is good or right are the upper class of our society. They can read and write. They can do algebra.

But yet they cannot think clearly at all.
I'm just baffled that the dumbest among us rule over us and run all the big companies, govt agencies, big .orgs, etc.

On a personal note the most frustrating part of all this for me - is that Im being lorded over by my inferiors. I should be ruling them if anyone is to rule anyone. This part bothers me more than any of it.

I don't take kindly to retards bossing me around then find out the idiots walking us all off a cliff. I just don't accept it. I won't lead us off a cliff, I will continually keep focused on prudence.

None of these ppl even know what prudence is other than they don't like it. Off the cliff everyone go go go!
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posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 11:25 AM
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The most baffling part of all of this, to me, is that we have otherwise seemingly intelligent hard working individuals that went to college and got degrees buying into communism.


Just proves a college education isn't worth snip, and people do the stupidest things.



posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 11:27 AM
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originally posted by: underwerks

Maybe one day, far in the future, when we’re exploring the galaxy and exploring strange new worlds, seeking out new life and new civilizations, boldly going where no one has gone before, you guys will pick up a dictionary and learn what “Marxist” actually means..

I’m not betting on it.


It can only work well once we get replicators, so until then it sucks because people in general suck. What looks good on paper tends to not work so well once you actually put humans into the mix of it all.


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posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 11:34 AM
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originally posted by: underwerks
a reply to: infolurker


Kamala’s Marxist Tweet


Maybe one day, far in the future, when we’re exploring the galaxy and exploring strange new worlds, seeking out new life and new civilizations, boldly going where no one has gone before, you guys will pick up a dictionary and learn what “Marxist” actually means..

I’m not betting on it.


I'm betting you don't use it in the correct context.

Merriam-Webster


Definition of Marxism
: the political, economic, and social principles and policies advocated by Marx
especially : a theory and practice of socialism (see SOCIALISM sense 3) including the labor theory of value, dialectical materialism, the class struggle, and dictatorship of the proletariat until the establishment of a classless society

More Definitions for Marxism
Marxism noun
English Language Learners Definition of Marxism
: the political, economic, and social theories of Karl Marx including the belief that the struggle between social classes is a major force in history and that there should eventually be a society in which there are no classes


It's not quite 100% Democrat philosophy, they want one class for themselves and the rest of us under their rule and control. But it's close.


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posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 11:35 AM
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a reply to: projectvxn




Marxists here have always estimated that they would have to kill between 25 and 60 million people in order to achieve their communist utopia here in the US.


They've already hit that mark according to the latest abortion figures.



posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 11:35 AM
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originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: muzzleflash




The most baffling part of all of this, to me, is that we have otherwise seemingly intelligent hard working individuals that went to college and got degrees buying into communism.


Just proves a college education isn't worth snip, and people do the stupidest things.


So true.

People blindly assume a college degree = knowledge and intellect but all the evidence disagrees.

In reality these ppl became so complacent and apathetic towards knowledge the moment they graduated that they may as well have learned nothing.

That's why there will never be a substitute for thinking for yourself.

And why you should always question every expert or authority - always.
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posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 11:38 AM
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originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: projectvxn




Marxists here have always estimated that they would have to kill between 25 and 60 million people in order to achieve their communist utopia here in the US.


They've already hit that mark according to the latest abortion figures.


What a coincidence.

1) abort babies
2) promote pedo

Looks like these ppl don't respect the human rights of children.

These ppl are sick.



posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 11:39 AM
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originally posted by: muzzleflash

It doesn't make sense because its so obviously bad and horrifying.

No mountain of skulls in human history can hold a candle to the mountains Stalin and Mao built via mass murder of their own ppl. Genghis Khan and Hitler combined can't even top one of the two big commies.


Human's greatest mass murders have been under Communism. The big problem is it ends up with one guy in control and that doesn't work to well whether we are talking Communism, Dictatorship or true Monarchy. For Communism they just swap money for power. They might not have any money, but for those in charge they have everything and the masses have very little, no need to buy it just take it.

For some reason they think Communism makes everyone equal and it doesn't. For the masses it does as it makes everyone equally poor while you have people at all levels fighting for power and control from the cop on the street to the manager in the mill to the high level Goverment employee all stepping on those below them while they themselves get stepped on from those above them in a never ending cycle with about 80% of the population is on the lowest rung of the ladder. Watch the mini series Chernobyl for a small teste of what I'm talking about.

We need to look at what is it that makes two people in America who are born not equal from the start...I suggest they are outside of a very small percentage of people.





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posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 11:41 AM
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a reply to: HalWesten

Marx's political theories were emphatically wrong.

In reality class warfare is irrelevant.

The real war is between Liberty vs Tyranny and Marx is definitely promoting Tyranny not freedom of choices.



posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 11:45 AM
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a reply to: Xtrozero

I think the real problem here is that with Liberty comes a lot of responsibility.

For example free men have the responsibility and Duty to educate others and remain vigilant.

That's where we really screwed up.
We failed to educate properly and we were apathetic.



posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 11:50 AM
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Ha I thought We all already ended up in the same place with the same status...DECEASED!!



posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 12:00 PM
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We already end up at the same place sooner or later.

The toilet.



posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 01:25 PM
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originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: Lucidparadox
a reply to: infolurker

I see your angle.. but it's not really in line with the context..

The video was making a comparison about equal treatment vs equitable treatment.

"We all end up in the same place" is really a comparison statement as well that's really saying - With equitable treatment were more likely to end up in the same place than we were before.

Also, this is just as much in reference to how we are socially bad opposed to just economically. More anti-classism than communist.


Do you work, or are you on welfare? See, if you work, then you might be able to grasp this. You have a job, worked hard to get where you are. Might have suffered a bit early on, to make more now. All wonderful character traits. Do you feel like someone who hasn't put in the work, has never sacrificed like you did, should be at the same place you are, making the same money you do? If so, what is the incentive to work so hard to get where you are, if you don't have to do anything to get there? Truthful answer- there is none.

Rather than work super hard making everyone equal, why not work super hard teaching those who aren't where you are, what it takes to make it to where you are?

Pride in accomplishments is worth so much more than the money attached to it.

This is the difference between capitalism, and socialism. IMHO


Yessir!

I do work! I'm in the data and analytics field for a major financial company.

I've gotten many raises over the years, and I often thank my boss graciously, but tell her they aren't necessary.. I still get them and of course love it.. but I always say it's more about the title, and carreer advancement for me than the money.

Money comes and goes... But title, image, and excitement from helping create cool things that people use and being successful means more than any of it.

May not be the norm, but it's just how I'm wired.

I think that all humans inherently want to contribute, and want help build and create and be a part of something bigger than them. Everyone looks at their lives and thinks.. what did I do to make this place better? ... And I think everyone.. even the homeley drug addict on the street wants to..

I just think alot of people are crushed by the fear and anxiety of the lack of safety nets. They fear not living up to expectations, or what happens to them if they can't do what is asked, so they don't try.. and life spirals from there.

But if everyone has a higher floor, and no one is left behind when it comes to shelter, food, medical care and mental health services... And if everyone had the safety net of having a gurantee on those things no matter what.. peopt would take more risks and innovate more without fear. It would advance our country and civilization tenfold.



posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 01:40 PM
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"I just think alot of people are crushed by the fear and anxiety of the lack of safety nets. They fear not living up to expectations, or what happens to them if they can't do what is asked, so they don't try.. and life spirals from there.

But if everyone has a higher floor, and no one is left behind when it comes to shelter, food, medical care and mental health services... And if everyone had the safety net of having a gurantee on those things no matter what.. peopt would take more risks and innovate more without fear. It would advance our country and civilization tenfold."

(apology to those who first quoted the above... I accidentally lost the name of the poster and quotation marks)

This! As a person with diagnosed mental disabilities I struggled all my life and nearly lost to that sense of failure. I cannot compete with "normal" but still want to try. It is instinctive to want to try. After decades of struggle, very basic support gave me the strength to rise above my assumed lot in life. Not a huge change but moving forward now, not backwards.
edit on 3-11-2020 by igloo because: simplicity



posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 02:40 PM
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originally posted by: underwerks
a reply to: infolurker


Kamala’s Marxist Tweet


Maybe one day, far in the future, when we’re exploring the galaxy and exploring strange new worlds, seeking out new life and new civilizations, boldly going where no one has gone before, you guys will pick up a dictionary and learn what “Marxist” actually means..

I’m not betting on it.

Perhaps it will take that long for you , but I was taught that in 8th grade history many years ago.



posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 04:03 PM
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originally posted by: Lucidparadox

originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: Lucidparadox
a reply to: infolurker

I see your angle.. but it's not really in line with the context..

The video was making a comparison about equal treatment vs equitable treatment.

"We all end up in the same place" is really a comparison statement as well that's really saying - With equitable treatment were more likely to end up in the same place than we were before.

Also, this is just as much in reference to how we are socially bad opposed to just economically. More anti-classism than communist.


Do you work, or are you on welfare? See, if you work, then you might be able to grasp this. You have a job, worked hard to get where you are. Might have suffered a bit early on, to make more now. All wonderful character traits. Do you feel like someone who hasn't put in the work, has never sacrificed like you did, should be at the same place you are, making the same money you do? If so, what is the incentive to work so hard to get where you are, if you don't have to do anything to get there? Truthful answer- there is none.

Rather than work super hard making everyone equal, why not work super hard teaching those who aren't where you are, what it takes to make it to where you are?

Pride in accomplishments is worth so much more than the money attached to it.

This is the difference between capitalism, and socialism. IMHO


Yessir!

I do work! I'm in the data and analytics field for a major financial company.

I've gotten many raises over the years, and I often thank my boss graciously, but tell her they aren't necessary.. I still get them and of course love it.. but I always say it's more about the title, and carreer advancement for me than the money.

Money comes and goes... But title, image, and excitement from helping create cool things that people use and being successful means more than any of it.

May not be the norm, but it's just how I'm wired.

I think that all humans inherently want to contribute, and want help build and create and be a part of something bigger than them. Everyone looks at their lives and thinks.. what did I do to make this place better? ... And I think everyone.. even the homeley drug addict on the street wants to..

I just think alot of people are crushed by the fear and anxiety of the lack of safety nets. They fear not living up to expectations, or what happens to them if they can't do what is asked, so they don't try.. and life spirals from there.

But if everyone has a higher floor, and no one is left behind when it comes to shelter, food, medical care and mental health services... And if everyone had the safety net of having a gurantee on those things no matter what.. peopt would take more risks and innovate more without fear. It would advance our country and civilization tenfold.


the world you describe sounds wonderful. How did they eliminate greed where you live?



posted on Nov, 3 2020 @ 06:19 PM
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a reply to: neo96

You usually make sense but thats way out left field. Care to provide some background or sources to justify such a claim


This would seem to indicate that 1/3 of those were your God fearing Reps
www.pewresearch.org...


There is a substantial – and growing – partisan divide on abortion, with Democrats and those who lean toward the Democratic Party much more likely than Republicans and GOP leaners to support legal abortion in all or most cases (82% vs. 36%). There also are large gaps based on religious affiliation. For example, three-quarters of white evangelical Protestants (77%) say abortion should be illegal in all or most cases, while an even larger share of religiously unaffiliated Americans (83%) take the opposing view, saying that abortion should be mostly or entirely legal.







 
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