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Repost #41. Give it up for repost #41 of this meme. See you in 8 hours for repost #42.
Glad you are back buddy, missed ya.
Did they cut your pay or why are you recycling your older posts?
Republican supporterComplaining about debt
Complaining about debt
Or you could raise taxes on rich people? Redistribute the wealth down to account for the capitalist system that only moves wealth up
You left out welfare.
🎵 one of these things is not like the other 🎶
lol posting tpusa memes I see
boomers at it again
For real though, some of the houses in the neighborhoods within a mile or two of the Biltmore gates look about like that. Granted, there are plenty of affluent homes too. I had a college professor tell us how super cool Asheville is until you move there and fine yourself delivering pizza.
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Except those are literally imagines of a poor person’s house and a ruling class house under capitalism.
Your house on socialism capitalism
Your politicians boss's house on socialism capitalism
It works both ways fellas.
The real reason politicians are always offering socialist solutions to every problem.
Wtf is this shitpost ? What has this sub become ?
I feel like a lot more have died in Latin America and South America.....
Is there a citation for the quote? Has any politician/famous person ever actually claimed this?
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One of these is not like the other. Which one is it...? ;)
The statement isn't technically false, communism as described by Karl Marx has never been implemented. But all of these and the accompanying human rights abuses were caused by the path to communism.
Said it before, will say it again. Millions of dead in China isn't communism, or capitalism, or any other ism. It's just China being China.
Historically the country can't go a hundred years without civil wars or famines or natural disasters that kill tens of millions.
They will let you know when they get it right.
You know your stats are really fucking bad when even The Black Book of Communism lists fewer deaths than you.
Edit: It appears like all the stats are directly lifted from the Black Book, except for Soviet Union deaths, which are listed as 10 million more.
Can someone explain how they come about these numbers? Is it starvation? Amount of people killed in the gulag? Or just rough estimates
Well, at lest it looks like they are getting better at it.
It's truly impressive how communists claim that communism has never been tried, yet are absolutely sure that it would work. How can they know that without any real world evidence?
I feel like this is a list of countries America went to war with or coup'd to 'stop' Communism.
Those numbers include people who died from the flu. Every death in a "communist" country is blamed on communism.
Capitalism has a much higher body count.
Fuck tankies. Fuck "communist" states.
Google Murray Bookchin, EZLN, YPG, and worker co-operatives.
Meanwhile capitalism has yet to kill a single person in Africa.
And then we have tweets like these calling out the others. Freedom of speech at work. Now if only we could have a truly free market to make it easier to have competition...
You're free to say/post anything you want. You're not free from consequences, except from the government (even then, only in the US)
Add bernie sanders firing his own staff for talking unions.
Also not sure who's free speach is being impeded on?? Consequences for speach is still free speach.
The problem I have with posts like these is that there's so much fake news around Amazon and unions. Unions are great at guerrilla tactics and often fake these engagements to expand.
That said you're free to speak freely and do what you want, you're not free from consequences. You're allowed to go on twitter and tell your boss to suck it but I'm not going to feel bad for you when you get fired.
I do prefer my neo-nazi's to be open about it, so I appreciate this man at least giving me a fair warning. Now I will be ready if he tries some domestic terrorism shit.
Someone once told me that normal people might have 1-2 bumper/glass stickers. You seldom see 3-4, since people that go beyond the 2 limit are fucking crazy, and will plaster shit everywhere. I think this is a great example of this.
What in the actual fuck?
What lovely state is this?
Jesus, I've never seen a car more deserving of being keyed.
Aren't Nazi symbols prohibited in the US? Asking as I am from Europe and was under the impression that they were.
That’s a Jain Swastika, not a NS Swastika. Jainism is the master ideology.
More people show up to the gay pride rallies than the nazi ones by like tenfold.
These guys are definitely out numbered, the real question is how many people secretly share their viewpoints but will not openly support them.
I mean I would say the answer is both. He was a murderous lunatic who killed millions. But at the same time he lead Russia to victory against the Nazis and turned it from a nation of peasant farmers into a superpower that competed with the US. He wasn't a good leader, he was pretty awful on the whole. But "man of steel" does seem pretty accurate, he was ruthless and powerful
From the description on Amazon:
'I trust no one, not even myself.' Joseph Stalin Thug, armed robber, activist, revolutionary, tyrant we know the headlines, we know about the atrocities, but what do we really know of the man at the heart of it all Stalin looks behind the image of the dictator and explores Ioseb Jughashvili's Georgian childhood, his early political awakening, his criminal life, his rise within the Bolshevik party, and his times in exiles. It examines his personal life, including his two marriages and children from other relationships, his son's attempted suicide and his second wife's suicide. It charts his emergence as leader, his political ideology, his handling of famines, his secret police, gulags and murderous purges. It explores Stalin as war leader through the Civil War, Polish-Soviet War and World War II, and examines how he brought Eastern Europe behind the 'Iron Curtain' after 1945. It investigates the theory that the dictator might have been murdered by those close to him, and looks at just how quickly leading Soviet figures denounced the personality cult around him after his death. Stalin industrialised the Soviet Union and established the country as a world power but at immense human cost. Expertly written and illustrated with 180 photographs, paintings and artworks, Stalin tells the inside story behind one of the most significant figures of the 20th century.
So is OP raging about a biography with a provocative title?
Book is just a biography with a provocative title. Frankly questions should always be asked. Questioning authority and going against the status quo is kind of our thing.
I agree though, fuck stalin.
I’m a little confused, what type of media is this?
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Hey didn't you libtards see the video surveillance in El Paso? The guy did the default dance from Fortnite!
But the point of this meme is to suggest that squidward is actually correct and that spongebob and patrick are being idiots? So I'm not really sure how this works here
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