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#1 Mario Milano

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 06:35 PM

If you have issues with communism Nem will give you a red arrow...if you take it further she calls you names,,,and after that bans you and claims you insulted a chosenite moderator that you are never allowed to disagree with...Communism is not allowed to be disagreed with apparently on this site...Hence why I hate communism even more now...Anything that resembles antifa mentality is despicable in my mind ..(forcing people to believe in their politics) is fascist or communist... PERIOD!

 

 


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#2 Hellboy

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 07:40 PM

Communism is disgusting - with many good things.

 

Capitalism is good - with thousands of horrible things.


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#3 Hellboy

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 07:41 PM

Nemesis used the word 'shit' on a title in this forum So dumb.

 

She doesn't really understand how to treat members of the forum. She swears at them. Makes them want to leave.


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#4 Zharkov

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 10:41 PM

Communists are obviously biased in favor of communism, but that hasn't prevented my anticommunist posts so far.

 

I had a big taste of American communism in the US Army - they provide you with free clothing, a free place to sleep (of their choice), free food, even a tiny bit of cash every month, and all they required of us was total slavery 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for as long as we could stand it.

 

I've read about Russian communism and see so many similarities that it is remarkable.   Russian communist party officials had their own dachas or vacation homes provided by the government, as did US generals provided by the government.    High officials in the Russian communist party had special clubs where they could drink, and US military officers had their special Officer's Clubs where they could drink.   Russian party leaders could shop at special stores stocked just for them and the public was excluded;  US military had special stores for the military, and the public was excluded.

 

The similarities go on and on.   I've seen enough.   I became convinced that communism is the wrong idea.    Nobody in the military got rich except the highest ranking officers.    Nobody in the Russian communist system got rich except the highest ranking officials.  

 

US military bases and officer's quarters in America were mostly located in areas that had the best climate.  

Soviet party officials had their vacation homes in the best Russian climate.

 

The similarities became clear, and the outcome was clear.   In a socialist system, only politicians become rich.

 

A light came on in my mind - communism was an exclusive club and I wasn't a member and I never want to be a member of that club.


Edited by Zharkov, 06 December 2018 - 10:48 PM.

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#5 Marmoset

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 12:34 AM

Beast

 

Communism and Capitalism are the separate heads of the same hydra headed beast. Both are the creations of the central banking cartel. Both are materialist.


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#6 Zharkov

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 12:48 AM

Easy comparison:

 

How many millionaires did China have under Chairman Mao?

 

How many millionaires does China have today?

 

Capitalism wins for everyone.

 

Communism only wins for communist officials.

 

Materialism is how civilization has raised the standard of living and increased life spans.

 

Materialism is good.  

 

Materialism works. 

 

"Becoming rich is glorious"


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#7 Bruce M Cow

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 01:00 AM

Communism gives free education ,no taxes ,no tax returns ,you can't be fired, you get food and a place to live.With jews at the top .America is a good example of a communist country with jews at the top.But with more paper work.


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#8 Atossa

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 01:35 AM


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Because she's faking it ??
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#9 Nemesis

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 05:51 AM

Nemesis used the word 'shit' on a title in this forum So dumb.

 

She doesn't really understand how to treat members of the forum. She swears at them. Makes them want to leave.

 

 

Most of your posts are goofball posts, leave any time.


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#10 Nemesis

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 05:55 AM

Communism gives free education ,no taxes ,no tax returns ,you can't be fired, you get food and a place to live.With jews at the top .America is a good example of a communist country with jews at the top.But with more paper work.

 

 

 

ameriKKKa is not Communist


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#11 Nemesis

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 05:59 AM

Communists are obviously biased in favor of communism, but that hasn't prevented my anticommunist posts so far.

 

I had a big taste of American communism in the US Army - they provide you with free clothing, a free place to sleep (of their choice), free food, even a tiny bit of cash every month, and all they required of us was total slavery 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for as long as we could stand it.

 

I've read about Russian communism and see so many similarities that it is remarkable.   Russian communist party officials had their own dachas or vacation homes provided by the government, as did US generals provided by the government.    High officials in the Russian communist party had special clubs where they could drink, and US military officers had their special Officer's Clubs where they could drink.   Russian party leaders could shop at special stores stocked just for them and the public was excluded;  US military had special stores for the military, and the public was excluded.

 

The similarities go on and on.   I've seen enough.   I became convinced that communism is the wrong idea.    Nobody in the military got rich except the highest ranking officers.    Nobody in the Russian communist system got rich except the highest ranking officials.  

 

US military bases and officer's quarters in America were mostly located in areas that had the best climate.  

Soviet party officials had their vacation homes in the best Russian climate.

 

The similarities became clear, and the outcome was clear.   In a socialist system, only politicians become rich.

 

A light came on in my mind - communism was an exclusive club and I wasn't a member and I never want to be a member of that club.

 

 

Same old same old from you, enough already


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#12 Nemesis

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 06:05 AM

If you have issues with communism Nem will give you a red arrow...if you take it further she calls you names,,,and after that bans you and claims you insulted a chosenite moderator that you are never allowed to disagree with...Communism is not allowed to be disagreed with apparently on this site...Hence why I hate communism even more now...Anything that resembles antifa mentality is despicable in my mind ..(forcing people to believe in their politics) is fascist or communist... PERIOD!

 

 

 

 

I knew you were too wacky and immature to learn anything.  You come back like a whiny little jew crying victim. Doing the same thing.  Take two.


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#13 Bruce M Cow

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 12:43 PM

This is Nems house and here I found more freedom to write what I please here more than any other place .So I will not attack her if I don't agree on things.I looked around the internet to see what others had to say about living under Communism who lived under it and found many miss it,  on answers it said if you don't want to return to those times you have no heart and if you do you have no brain.This sounded farmiler to what Putin said on Ukraine s  return to Russian rule before the war there.I Don't see any country where Communism is working well ,but then again Capitalism  is not so good either .One thing I do find is the Jew screws both systems up.Putin seems like a good man and I think under him things are moving the right way.But after him who knows.


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#14 Zharkov

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 03:41 PM

 

 

Same old same old from you, enough already

 

Do we have an interesting similarity?

 

Talking against Jews or Holocaust on a German forum is unwelcome.

 

Talking against communism on a Russian Forum is unwelcome.

 

Is free speech slipping away?


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#15 Zharkov

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 04:54 PM

In communist countries, free speech is "counter-revolutionary" and unwelcome...

 

SNATCHED BY SPOOKS?

Chinese photographer who documented the dark side of life in the communist state mysteriously vanishes

Lu Guang disappeared in China's Xinjiang region last month while documenting the country's oppression of Muslims

 

https://www.thesun.c...-state-vanishes

 

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

 

If this guy ever turns up alive, it will be a miracle.

The Asian style of communism offers zero mercy for dissenters trying to document the crimes.


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#16 Atossa

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 06:21 PM


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Reminds me what was said about the REAL communist Pravda. When Pravda showed images of homeless people living in littered alleys... a small glimpse beyond showed other images of wealthy glass and steel skyscrapers... and Russians knew there was another America Pravda was not showing them.
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#17 Bruce M Cow

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 11:14 PM

Just about every city in America is a filthy mess with human waste and homeless .dirty people on drugs  .


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#18 Atossa

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 11:28 PM

Just about every city in America is a filthy mess with human waste and homeless .dirty people on drugs .


Same depraved degeneracy is in European and Russian cities.

The REAL problems in all [former] Aryan Christian nations are the same.

Demented jew/nwo politicians intentionally ignoring the REAL problems are also the same everywhere.

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#19 Zharkov

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Posted 08 December 2018 - 04:00 PM

Cities are the easiest to control.    High density population requires fewer public officials to have total domination over the public by using armed police to enforce their decrees.   So one would expect cities to be cleaner and nicer than rural areas with fewer people IF PUBLIC OFFICIALS WANTED CITIES TO BE CLEAN.   We all see they don't want clean cities, they only say they do.    They got exactly what they want or they would do something to fix it.

 

A society in chaos would cry out for order and pay any price to public officials for peace.    That is one reason why our public officials are so well paid now.

 

Chaos means higher salaries, more and bigger agencies, larger staffs, higher taxes, and higher pensions when officials retire.

 

It's all part of the game.   We get to elect our pharoes and they get to enslave us.   And that is becoming obvious to everyone around the world.

 

Hence the riots in France and other places.


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#20 Patsy

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Posted 09 December 2018 - 04:02 AM

Report: Nearly Half of U.S. Adults Have Had a Family Member Incarcerated
Jay Connor
 
According to a new study conducted by FWD.us and Cornell University, nearly half of all adults in the United States—a total of 113 million people—have a family member who is either currently or formerly incarcerated.
 
The study, “Every Second: The Impact of the Incarceration Crisis on America’s Families,” reveals the damage that incarceration inflicts upon mental and emotional well being, the erosion of family bonds, education, and financial stability.
 
And to the surprise of no one, families of color are disproportionately impacted more than our white counterparts. As the study reveals that 63 percent of Indigenous adults, 63 percent of black adults and 48 percent of Latinx adults have had at least one family member spend at least one night in prison or jail.
 
According to Colorlines, here are some other important findings:
 
        Black adults are 50 percent more likely than White adults to have had an immediate family member incarcerated.
        Black adults are three times more likely than White adults to have had an immediate family member incarcerated for longer than one year.
        Latino adults are 70 percent more likely than White adults to have had an immediate family member incarcerated for longer than one year.
        Adults with household incomes less than $25,000 per year are 61 percent more likely than adults with household incomes more than $100,000 to have had a family member incarcerated, and three times more likely to have had a family member incarcerated for one year or longer.
        Incarceration inflicts a large burden on women and children: 48 percent of women have had an immediate family incarcerated compared to 42 percent of men.
        Young adults age 18-29 are more likely than other respondents to have had a parent incarcerated.
 
The report concludes with a call to action, noting “we having a long way to go before our policies match our aspirations when it comes to supporting families.”
 
    The results of this groundbreaking new research should serve as a wake-up call and a stark reminder of how much work is needed to alleviate the harms caused by mass incarceration and unravel the complicated tangle of laws that perpetuate it. While many states and local governments have begun to reduce the number of people in prison or jail, we have a long way to go before our policies match our aspirations when it comes to supporting families.

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