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the impact of communism

Discussion in 'General political debates' started by cimeng, Jun 14, 2016.

  1. cimeng

    cimengMember New Member


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    Often communism interpreted as understand where
    people are everything, and all must conform
    people, though in the process it takes excessive
    firmness and hardness. But let us see how such
    understanding requires a strong leader, willing and
    capable to control the people's wishes. Just imagine
    if everyone has different desires and some of them
    contradictory, it would be a riot was great just to
    impose the will of a party.
     

  2. Vulture

    VultureExperienced Member Experienced member


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    Two schools of communism exist:
    Libertarian communism (anarchy)
    Authoritative communism

    Guess which committed genocide, killed it's own people, is highly corrupt and brings capitalism back into countries?
     
  3. cimeng

    cimengMember New Member


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    in areas where schools of communism it .Then who commit genocide? And killed those innocent people
     
  4. Vulture

    VultureExperienced Member Experienced member


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    Authoritarians...Stalin, Mao...
     
  5. cimeng

    cimengMember New Member


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    fucker with people that .Why there is authoritarianism. it was very repressive and against democracy
     
  6. Darkmaster006

    Darkmaster006New Member New Member


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    Stalin was, in retrospective, one of the best capitalists. He gave the capitalists a way to denounce his monstruosity of state capitalism and communism, and ended up giving a really bad name to it.
     
  7. dee2211

    dee2211Member Forum Member


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    But there's no pure communism today, we all know that. Today's communism are long gone too far from its root. Anarchists may have no interest for it too. The thing is about the fact that long years ago several democratic countries had kidnapped, tortured, raped and killed many communism participants/members and they never admitted it. And yes it happened.
     
  8. Darkmaster006

    Darkmaster006New Member New Member


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    There was never any 'pure' communism country, per se. There were different ways of constructing states, that they liked to call 'communist', such as Vietnam, China, Laos, the USSR, Albania, Cuba, Yugoslavia, North Korea, etc; but they were never communist. But indeed, the US liked to have them as enemies so they could both vilify them and fight them, making people's hatred against 'communism' much broader and making them more patriotic. It was also good for the war economy; the US always wages war. And of course, no one denies the implication of US in world affairs. For example, the South Korea and Israel satellites; they are both important in the Korean war (they are always threatening North Korea), and in the destruction of Palestina. We can also talk about how the US installed dictatorships in Latin American countries; or countries such as Afghanistan (it had a 'communist' state), or Nicaragua (the Sandinistas were attacked by the US), even Cuba, with the embargo and multiple attacks also, even to Castro's life. This is not to defend them but to acknowledge these things have happened.
     
  9. Chipsz

    ChipszMember New Member


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    this threads a joke, way to chug down the rule class propaganda.
    honestly tho, who was it blowing up shit back in the day in europe w/o clear guid or goal?
    talk of authoritarianism as if its a coherent concept. god i wish i was dead
     
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