Friday, May 5, 2017

Happy Birthday Karl Marx

Why is it ok to hold a raised fist in communist salute? 

Yes I'm sure the Holodomor was about feeding people. If you have a death toll in the tens of millions, then yes you are pathetic and unworthy, so Marxism and Maoism and Nazism are all disgusting and failed in every country they have been tried. Yeah communism wants to feed the people, that is why every state socialist nation aiming for communism had massive famines that often resulted in the death of millions. Lol @ communism. Responsible for over 100 millions deaths, including self-induced famines, all in the name of feeding the people. 

On the not-so-similar lines, Nazism (by definition) invokes theories of eugenics and is therefore seen as fundamentally offensive whereas communism in practice is an economic construct who's purpose is (was) to eliminate class and have an equal society.

That's why Nazism is in a different class to communism, socialism and capitalism. Nothing to do with how countries have used these theories in the past. Communism and Nazism are both responsible for killing millions and are equally reprehensible but are equally deserving of being laughed at and mocked.

People might think I really fail to understand the political nuance of the situation.

Hitler killed millions out of hate.

Mao killed millions out of stupidity.

Pol Pot killed millions out of greed and wrath.

Stalin intentionally killed millions of people, but at least he did so strategically in order to win WWII and turn a third-rate country into one of the two major world powers by the time of his death. He made a calculated sacrifice. Was it evil? That's a matter of opinion.

I don't think it's fair to compare Stalin to Hitler, Mao, or Pol Pot. A more fair comparison would be Truman, who committed his own fair share of atrocities. Stalin succeeded at what he set out to do.

Hitler, Mao, and Pol Pot were different animals.

Yet I'll go to the extent of stating Hitler is a saint compared to Karl Marx, Mao, Pol Pot and Stalin.

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