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    Red face What do you think of Marxism?

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    Garbage.
    "The Bracari were an ancient Celtic tribe of Gallaecia, akin to the Calaicians or Gallaeci, living in the northwest of modern Portugal, in the province of Minho, between the rivers Tâmega and Cávado, around the area of the modern city of Braga.
    Appian wrote they were a very warlike people. According to him, The Bracari women warriors fought defending their town "never turning, never never showing their backs, or uttering a cry", preferring death to captivity."
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    Huge failure everywhere it was implemented.
    Note a single powerful country run by marxists. Just another failed experiment.

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    The worst ideological cancer to ever afflict humanity. Bloody period.
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    Marxism is just a way of critiquing capitalism's inadequacies. I prefer a more eco styled Marxism rather than the Hegelian dialectic about proletariat overcoming bourgeoisie and social progression.

    Communism does not necessarily have to be entailed by Marxism. Communism is the end goal of a stateless society or whatever. I don't like the idea of communism because it's too idealistic.

    There has never been a communist society. They typically get stuck in a socialist phase and turn into totalitarianism.
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    What a way to start a topic.

    A good idea yet I refuse to participate in a topic where the author thinks he can use a one liner without even giving his own opinion.

    So long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Semitic Duwa View Post
    The road to hell is paved with good intentions.
    If anything, neoliberal capitalism has paved to road to hell.

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    "Four decades after the book was published, Limit to Growth’s forecasts have been vindicated by new Australian research. Expect the early stages of global collapse to start appearing soon"

    http://www.theguardian.com/commentis...aring-collapse

    We simply consume too much in which our fiat currency is backed up by nothing. Keynesian economics won't save us. EPA has also become corrupt and works for corporate interests [will provide source(s) later].

    Different styles of Marxist critique of capitalism can lead to diverse conclusions ranging from communitarian traditionalism (such as Red Toryism) to eco-socialism or eco-fascism. It doesn't always lead to communist conclusions which are impossible to achieve.
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    Might as well post it here, Chomsky classifies Marxism as a religion that belongs to the history of organized religion, and that according to Chomsky, Marx didn't have much to say about socialism:

    Noam Chomsky on Marxism:
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    Quote Originally Posted by EliasAlucard View Post
    Might as well post it here, Chomsky classifies Marxism as a religion that belongs to the history of organized religion, and that according to Chomsky, Marx didn't have much to say about socialism:

    Noam Chomsky on Marxism:
    There's a lot wrong with Marx, especially his Hegelian interpretation of Historical development. There's a lot to disregard with Marx, but the way he approached constructively criticizing capitalism was very influential.

    Here's Chomsky's opinion on Marx in short: "Marx had a great deal of importance to say about social and political issues, and about the economy, considering mostly an abstract model of 19th century capitalism which still provides much useful insight. He didn’t actually have a plan. He said very little about the nature of a post-capitalist society other than how to obtain it." (source: http://www.revleft.com/vb/finally-go...39/index.html?

    Anyways, I think most of our economic instability is due to Murray Rothbard in combination with growing neoliberalism. Acquisitorz is basically a less educated version of Murray Rothbard.

    Anyways, this is when I become less informed. I just know about it due to friends. If you want to learn economics well, you have to read figures like Milton Friedman, Murray Rothbard, Keynes, and etc. All I know is a fiat currency is ultimately going to fuck up soon for obvious reasons.
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