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    Marx's Birthday Today







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    Recently discovered alive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munted View Post
    Recently discovered alive!
    ...so, next up: shave and a haircut...

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    ...just as I thought: a weak chin...probably a small dick as well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...just as I thought: a weak chin...probably a small dick as well...
    Some do not have any (please no names here)...

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    Overthrow of the Za a familair topic for TD

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...just as I thought: a weak chin...probably a small dick as well...
    Thank qawd then he was able to over-compensate, women can be so damn distracting when there's much more important things than to keep her at home in a happy mood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    Overthrow of the Za a familair topic for TD
    "Putin is not our Za" - overheard quite recently

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    Continued school of promoted Eurocentrism...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...just as I thought: a weak chin...probably a small dick as well...
    Essential attributes when writing a book about economy models?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Essential attributes when writing a book about economy models?

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    A Happy 200th. Birthday Anniversary celebration to Karl Marx. I salute his mid-19th. Century academic achievement; applicable in the 21st. Century, as well. Indeed, a truly outstanding treatise of Economic literature.

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    A prolific writer who was subsidised by a wealthy patron Engels we should also perhaps spare a thought for all the victims of this brutal implementation of the end justifying the means.

    The Kulaks
    The Gulags
    Free Estonians Government overthrown and later in Czechoslovakia
    Pol Pot
    Mao
    and today's vicious Chinese dictatorship which would not allow a modern Marx to disturb or challenge their elite

    One thing he shared with Goebbels, Mengele and Goering a German love of neat solutions to complex issues
    I used to have a job at a calendar factory.
    I got the sack because
    I took a couple of days off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munted View Post
    "Putin is not our Za" - overheard quite recently
    "Putin is not our Czar"

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    A prolific writer who was subsidised by a wealthy patron Engels we should also perhaps spare a thought for all the victims of this brutal implementation of the end justifying the means.

    The Kulaks
    The Gulags
    Free Estonians Government overthrown and later in Czechoslovakia
    Pol Pot
    Mao
    and today's vicious Chinese dictatorship which would not allow a modern Marx to disturb or challenge their elite

    One thing he shared with Goebbels, Mengele and Goering a German love of neat solutions to complex issues
    Huh??? Talk about people, who possess a penchant for mixing Apples w/ Oranges.
    Last edited by TuskegeeBen; 07-05-2018 at 12:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TuskegeeBen View Post
    A Happy 200th. Birthday Anniversary celebration to Karl Marx. I salute his mid-19th. Century academic achievement; applicable in the 21st. Century, as well. Indeed, a truly outstanding treatise of Economic literature.
    Agreed, the circus's manufactured by the failing empire are working up to a rabid froth, but the fundamentals as brilliantly explained by Marx are just as true today as they were in his day. Capitalism was broke then, and it's broke now.

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    Well thanks for the red Klondyke
    A brief study of history may enlighten google the word kulaks
    Of course 100 million murders may be worth your cause no mine

    Several Communist regimes committed mass killings during the twentieth century. Estimates of the death toll vary widely, depending on the methodology used. Scholarship focuses on the causes of mass killings in single societies, though some claims of common causes for mass killings have been made.

    Some higher estimates of mass killings include not only mass murders or executions that took place during the elimination of political opponents,
    civil wars, terror campaigns, and land reforms, but also lives lost due to war, famine, disease, and exhaustion in labor camps.

    There are scholars who believe that government policies and mistakes in management contributed to these calamities, and, based on that conclusion combine all these deaths under the categories "mass killings", democide, politicide, "classicide", or loosely defined genocide.

    According to these scholars, the total death toll of the mass killings defined in this way amounts to many tens of millions; however, the validity of this approach is questioned by other scholars. In his summary of the estimates in
    The Black Book of Communism, Martin Malia suggested a death toll of between 85 and 100 million people

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    Communist regimes committed mass killings
    They did but Leninism/Maoism rather than Marx writings did the killing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    They did but Leninism/Maoism rather than Marx writings did the killing.
    ...I suggest it was human nature that spurred the killings...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    They did but Leninism/Maoism rather than Marx writings did the killing.
    Agree but rather like all fundamentalists they are inspired by authors, books cannot kill ,However is hard to think of a free or democratic society that would choose Marxism.Chile in 1973 elected Salavdor Allende with around a third of the vote by 9/11 the country was in chaos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    A prolific writer who was subsidised by a wealthy patron Engels we should also perhaps spare a thought for all the victims of this brutal implementation of the end justifying the means.

    The Kulaks
    The Gulags
    Free Estonians Government overthrown and later in Czechoslovakia
    Pol Pot
    Mao
    and today's vicious Chinese dictatorship which would not allow a modern Marx to disturb or challenge their elite

    One thing he shared with Goebbels, Mengele and Goering a German love of neat solutions to complex issues
    Rather simplistic and one sided. Marx grew up in an age of unbridled capitalism and foresaw the rise of socialism in response. Though his ideas may have been used as fuel for the fire of homicidal totalitarianism, his ideas were far more abundant and still fruitful in the forming of social services, labour laws and workers unions, co-operative societies and the general enlightenment that brought about suffrage and gave us the equal rights and human rights movements.
    Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    that gave us the equal rights and human rights movements.
    not us in Thailand , China etc

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    not one of your better responses...

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