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PostSubject: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 7:59 am

I have been all my life a proud egoist douchebag. Think about it, I was fine and eager with the idea of workers being beated to produce the useles shit I use, because they could produce faster for less. There is no need to tell that I was lacking great compassion. And I think I know why, now.

I have been through a mediocre childhood, and an even more mediocre adolescence. I lacked feelings all this time to avoid being the target of a nocive attention I didn't wanted. The result was that I couldn't express much feelings (other than sexuals) for other. I couldn't realize how damn empty I was untill today, in my father's house, about 200 kilometers from where I live with my mother.

Keep in mind that I also was a white supremacist not far ago.

The day I arrived to my father's house, I had a big surprise : my father had a girlfriend, and she was black as a polar night during an eclipse. I was mad. "My papa with a nigger ?!" I said to myself. Big bloody idiocy, the lady is actually a saint. She transformed me in an hour by, you won't believe me, truely (my mom never , NEVER took my seriously, neither did my dad) caring about what I was saying about my feelings.

I slowly got in touch with these ones once again, and cried (ah gosh..hate to write this..) some good manly tears. Back to my room, I was crying like a real big bitch.."all those years I was some kind of semi-conscious being, ignoring my feelings and hurting others" I was repeating to myself. Then I realized how my views on ... pretty much everything were semi-evil/evil/greatly egoists/sadistic.. I was repulsed by my own fucking self.

I was seriously thinking about killing myself, but I realized how egoist this initiative was, so I forgot it. I got to my bed. I watched the sealing, and I had a moment thinking about my political conversations with many of my friends..."maybe ..nah...maybe communism...is not a bad idea, because, after all, it's the only political system wich don't advocate for brutal opression and emotional blindness". At this very hour, the last thing I realized is that someone who loves to be loved and understood, and by extension loves to help people worldwide being alive and free to be loved and understood, needs to be communist.
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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 6:18 pm

aaawe, so sweet.
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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 6:55 pm

Explains things. When u are liek a fucktard to people.

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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 7:02 pm

lol communism = compassion?



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I'm not saying that capitalsim is, but communism is not nor is ANY political ideology
communism preaches killing ppl = not compassion.
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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 7:55 pm

CoolKidX wrote:
Explains things. When u are liek a fucktard to people.

One saine fucktard, let's all sumarize the story in one sentence.

Matta : Please find the difference between left-wing opression (of so called socialism) and communism.
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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 8:01 pm

Well, Im glad youve come to your senses finally.

How've you been by the way?
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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 8:12 pm

Hutin wrote:
CoolKidX wrote:
Explains things. When u are liek a fucktard to people.

One saine fucktard, let's all sumarize the story in one sentence.

Matta : Please find the difference between left-wing opression (of so called socialism) and communism.

I'm not talking about them I'm talking of revolutionary communism, wich tells us to kill.
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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 8:15 pm

Hmmm, well, your still trash. Being a white supremacist, not long ago.

At least you got back as shiny trash, from that slap in the face.

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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 8:19 pm

Matt, Revolution dosent imply violence, just the fastest way to perform one involves war.

Have you heard of "Glorious Revolution" or "Golden Revolution" or something in England?

It was a non violent revolution that one party rebuilt the English government (basically to the exact same thing, just a new royal family and I think this is when they became protestant?)
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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 8:22 pm

Liche wrote:
Matt, Revolution dosent imply violence, just the fastest way to perform one involves war.

Have you heard of "Glorious Revolution" or "Golden Revolution" or something in England?

It was a non violent revolution that one party rebuilt the English government (basically to the exact same thing, just a new royal family and I think this is when they became protestant?)

Well, fact is, Democracy, is or was more popular than Communism. Any revolution to Communism right now in pretty much any state, would involve, War and bloodshed.

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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 10:16 pm

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Hmmm, well, your still trash. Being a white supremacist, not long ago.

At least you got back as shiny trash, from that slap in the face.

I seriously hope you will get some serious and constant affection soon. Your attitude towards me speaks louder than you think.
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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 10:46 pm

Hutin wrote:
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Hmmm, well, your still trash. Being a white supremacist, not long ago.

At least you got back as shiny trash, from that slap in the face.

I seriously hope you will get some serious and constant affection soon. Your attitude towards me speaks louder than you think.

I already have that. I got things called friends you know.

And accepting your crimes, only erase them half.

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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 10:50 pm

Liche wrote:
aaawe, so sweet.

I agree, that's pretty touching as long as it's sincere; if, of course, this is just Hutin fuckin with us, i'll be a saaad panda.

matta wrote:
lol communism = compassion?

Why not? Just cos you can find a picture of skulls and a quote that is nonsensical in relation to it?

Besides, who are you to speak of violence in revolution when you are in support of the conclusion of one of the most (if not the most) violently coercive revolution known to mankind? That one that brought about the ascent of capital, and with it, its physical manifestion, the bourgeoisie.

I would also defy you to name any one lefty on this site who approves of mindless violence in the name of socialism (besides RedSoviet, who i believe has personal anger issues that aren't coupled with his leftist bent).

matta wrote:
communism preaches killing ppl = not compassion.

You like to assert this a lot without ever giving any proof that a legitimate communist theorist has ever preached bloodletting (Marx, Engels, Kropotkin, Malatesta, and the like). I'm sure you could find a quote by Mao or Stalin or Trotsky about violence of that sort, but look at the physical manifestations of Maoism, Stalinism, and Trotskyism; State rendered capitalism, which to the keen eye will look awfully similar in practice to that of, say, the US form of capitalism. Also note that these forms of so-called "communist" theory may advocate unpopular revolution, which goes completely against communisms most basic principles (This type of revolution will always necessitate this violence, because the revolution would necessarily be imposed coercively).

CKX wrote:
Explains things. When u are liek a fucktard to people.

Ouch; a little harsh for someone who is apologizing, no?

Jesus wrote:
Well, fact is, Democracy, is or was more popular than Communism.

Communism is democracy on every level of society, and not just a political one. So, in fact, they're synonymous.

You're employing a doctrinal (and simply, an incorrect) definition of democracy, warped from its etymological definition by the powers that be (because it is in their interest).

But you are correct in saying that democracy is popular, which is why the onset of communism is becoming more and more likely.

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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 10:54 pm

Black_Cross wrote:

Ouch; a little harsh for someone who is apologizing, no?
Maybe, but he really was. And for we know, is.

Never knew he was a white supremacist tho.

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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Sun Jul 26, 2009 11:28 pm

Yes i know that, but you knew what i meant. Damn Socialists who are so snappy with the terms employed.

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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Mon Jul 27, 2009 12:09 am

Jesus wrote:
Liche wrote:
Matt, Revolution dosent imply violence, just the fastest way to perform one involves war.

Have you heard of "Glorious Revolution" or "Golden Revolution" or something in England?

It was a non violent revolution that one party rebuilt the English government (basically to the exact same thing, just a new royal family and I think this is when they became protestant?)

Well, fact is, Democracy, is or was more popular than Communism. Any revolution to Communism right now in pretty much any state, would involve, War and bloodshed.

Well, you've pretty much proven your self wrong, a State dosent exist in Communism.
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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Mon Jul 27, 2009 12:23 am

To CK and Jesus

I don't give a damn anymore about your useless bitchings. So, continue to write them, just telling that I won't read and respond (to) you anymore. I have moar important things to do, like watching the sun and chasing dust.

And for the white supremacit thing, just pointing out that I was a very sceptic and moderate one (condamning genocide and encouraging whites to reproduce)..


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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Mon Jul 27, 2009 12:27 am

Democracy isn't communism. Communism is more of an economic system, while democracy is a governmental system. What's more, with communism things will still be decided in a democratic process.

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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Mon Jul 27, 2009 1:52 am

Jesus wrote:
Liche wrote:
Matt, Revolution dosent imply violence, just the fastest way to perform one involves war.

Have you heard of "Glorious Revolution" or "Golden Revolution" or something in England?

It was a non violent revolution that one party rebuilt the English government (basically to the exact same thing, just a new royal family and I think this is when they became protestant?)

Well, fact is, Democracy, is or was more popular than Communism. Any revolution to Communism right now in pretty much any state, would involve, War and bloodshed.

my point
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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Mon Jul 27, 2009 1:58 am

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To CK and Jesus

I don't give a damn anymore about your useless bitchings. So, continue to write them, just telling that I won't read and respond (to) you anymore. I have moar important things to do, like watching the sun and chasing dust.

Nice way to dodge.

Anyways, so you wont read or respond to me anymore, like all of my posts? Even if it is not related to your sad bitchy life story?
I can understand why U wont here, I am still a little mad when U trolled me, but outside this thread, I dont see why U should not.

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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Mon Jul 27, 2009 2:32 am

Ok.
Now I'm waiting for Jizzuz to manly bitchy bitch me, to end this all.
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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Mon Jul 27, 2009 4:14 am

Hmmm k.

I Guess all that shit is useless anyway, it's a forum, so it's all pretty much useless.

But Still Congratz on becoming a better man.

In life, only being happy and loved is all that matters. Fuck the rest.

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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Tue Jul 28, 2009 12:51 am

Tyrong Kojy wrote:
Democracy isn't communism.

I was refering to them specifically in their manifest forms, not in theory. The theory of communism (i would suppose here we're considering a lot of Marx's work) is merely different in its study of applying democracy -- the rule of the people (because that's what democracy means), not the rule of the majority -- to the economy; whereas the theory/philosophy behind democracy may not be so thoroughly thought out by one of its advocates.

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Communism is more of an economic system, while democracy is a governmental system.

And how can you so easily remove the economy from the government? Simply having a society based on capital means private influence will naturally grow with private interests, and public influence will inversely decline. How can that possibly be called democracy, except by extreme misuse of the word? Capital and democracy are antithetical in practice.

EDITS: I haven't smoked for a long while before today... i'm pretty high

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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Wed Jul 29, 2009 9:39 pm

balck_cross, it's called inheritance tax.
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PostSubject: Re: The day I became communist   Thu Jul 30, 2009 1:41 am

mattabesta its called Corporate Inheritance, were theres no Taxation involved.

because they assume all the money inherited will be used for corporate purposes.
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