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KARL MARX noth-. 1 and epted iman hing. “Bourgeois and Proletarians,” Manifesto of the. Communist Party, In this passage from the Manifesto, Marx tells. Free PDF, epub, site ebook. By Karl Marx And Friedrich Engels. The Communist Manifesto (Das Kommunistische Manifest), originally titled Manifesto of the. The Communist Manifesto. KARL MARX. FRIEDRICH ENGELS. Edited and with an Introduction by Jeffrey C. Isaac. Steven Lukes. Stephen Eric Bronner.
You are not yourself, you are a created someone.
Actually and possibly you will never know who you are or could possibly being in other circumstances. I am not exaggerating, Im not fanatic, I just have seen, feel, taste it and I can assure you with all respect that you are, like many in the world, blinded and unable even to think in the possibility that your opinions are completely mistaken, wrong and worse of all, very dangerous.
Ros says: Modern America is an imperialist European settler state and serves only their interests. Mark Biernat says: at It is a free country. If you want to make money or live off the grid or be a surfer or invent something you can. So what do you mean by this? It does not matter if you are from Europe or elsewhere in ancestory, we had an African American President for example.
You can find arguments for exploration and imperialistic motives if you look at anything, if that is the way you want to paint your vision. However, I think America is the land of opportunity that is why so many people want to migrate here. Rick C. There is absolutely no evidence that assertion is true — and there is no theoretical reason to think it might ever be true among human beings. One woman may say something that offends another woman, causing resentment, dislike, and non-cooperation.
One man may hit another man to gain power over his victim — even if the power is psychological manipulation or the infliction of psychic pain. There is conflict among infants and toddlers in play areas, long before any of the little tykes have any concepts about money, work, wealth, class, or relations between capital and labor. Among humans conflict is endemic. The notion that equalizing wealth is all that is required to end conflict is fanciful thinking at best.
In truth, the communist view promises conflict, and indeed promises war, killing, and oppression. They openly declare that their ends can be attained only by the forcible overthrow of all existing social conditions.
Logically the problem is obvious. There is no switch to turn off the Marxist war machine. Lest you think I exaggerate, kindly read the history of Pol Pot in Cambodia.
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The Khmer Rouge were thoroughly indoctrinated in Marxist philosophy. They targeted people who had property, possessions, books, educations, and even those who wore glasses. The indictment of communism was fully presented in the book by the French authors entitled The Black Book of Communism.
Reading the Manifesto, we see Marx himself prescribed violence of man against man, and that violence would be justified by monetary or property inequality. It is a damnable lie that has cost millions of human lives and condemned hundreds of millions of humans to unending poverty. Julian says: at Hello Rick C.
This still goes in line with what I quoted above. Having the same access to the resources and means of production, any human can take from them what they need, and why not even more, as it will be a post-scarcity economy.
They will also have equal rights; no one should face discrimination for being of a different color or gender. Also, the conflicts I talked about are mostly conflicts between classes, races, countries and so on, which tend to be large-scale conflicts, and more importantly, unnecessary and vain ones. Classes, countries and governments will no longer exist. Even then, there could be conflicts.
With education, people will learn to resolve conflicts better. Sometimes, some conflicts arise because of the system we live in too. Members of a family struggling to make ends meet in a capitalist society may be more prone to violence or despair.
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Now, about all the violence in communism. First of all, I have never heard about killing someone for their swimming pools or things like that.
Communism is not anarchism. Some parts of them can be sudden and violent ; I have rarely heard of exploiters decidiing to give up everything and do good the next morning, and when they say so, I doubt they will really do it.
Chavez and Morales got democratically elected, but other leftists got killed or overthrown by doing the same.
And not only by the US for other countries. The Black Book of Coomunism is certainly a politically motivated book, inflating numbers and also attributing catastrophes to the wrong people. Mao supposedly killed millions when a drought thwarted all his efforts to increase the production of food for the population.
The droughts could have had worse consequences if agricultural programs were not implemented before them. It also blamed the Ukrainian famine on Stalin, right?
Second, the supposed genocide was caused by the kulaks, who I presume were Ukrainians themselves, when they destroyed crops and cattle. Previously, they had hoarded food to increase profits during a period of hardships, then the authorities reacted. Also, they tried to distribute food in the affected regions but people died anyway.
As for Pol Pot, while I know little about him and his rule, he and his troops did not kill the third of the population. How would they do that? Well, during the Vietnam war, the US hunted communist forces in the countryside of Cambodia, terrifying populations who escaped to the cities and probably destroying crops and polluting the land.
What Pol Pot did was emptying overcrowded cities so the populations could revive the agricultural sector. I am not saying those leaders were saints. Political leaders are not fairies, we know that. Maybe we should talk about all the poverty in capitalist countries now.
Actually, most of the world is capitalist, China included. One has to understand that capitalism is not there to serve the people but only the capitalist class. This is well reflected in the global capitalist system creating more and more poverty in the South and accumulating wealth in the North. Even with that, there are homeless people in countries with trillions of dollars.
The people in the USSR were not living in high tech suites but the governments always tried to provide basic services and housing to them.
And do we have to include slaves in the s?
Do we have to include the country-wide private property King Leopold II had? Quick calculations give us an estimated number of For how long has capitalism existed? The death toll must be much higher than the supposed death toll of communism, even if we posit that the numbers have not always been as high since the late s.
Julian says: at There is something I think I left imprecise in my reply.
Emptying some urban areas in Cambodia may have caused deaths, but the majority of deaths were caused by the facts that 1 many left the countryside, therefore they were not cultivating, and 2 the US bombed and probably sprayed chemicals in the cambodian countryside before, destroying food sources and making land unfit for food production. Yes, there is revolution in marxism, I simply say some leaders exaggerated in many aspects. There may be violence in the My first reply to you was not perfectly ordered.
The parts taken from the WFP can be linked to the death toll part as they will die in that poverty , but it is mostly about the poverty in capitalism discussed a few lines above. About the equalization of wealth you think is part of communism, not only is this not part of it, but also, it would create conflicts anyway. People with different needs or desires might soon be unsatisfied with it and we know that.
Now, on the subject of killing people for their small businesses, property, possessions, books, educations, or their glasses, there are many of those claims that need clarifications or corrections. What kind of property are you talking about? One of the worlds most influential political manuscripts. It was a social political gospel for the economically disheartened.
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, two radical thinkers from Germany. Wrote The Communist Manifesto, a page pamphlet that eventually would trig. Author, Engels. The Communist Manifesto was conceived as an outline of the basic beliefs of the Communist movement.
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Page 1.The notion that equalizing wealth is all that is required to end conflict is fanciful thinking at best.
However, I how a society achieve justice, the ultimate societal good, is the question. Chavez and Morales got democratically elected, but other leftists got killed or overthrown by doing the same. The other person operating on free will can choose to engage in economic exchange or not. The reason is I do believe people are innately good and do not need to be herded like cattle to happiness. Previous Post Previous What works with job creation in economics.