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Commie Questions

Posted: Thu Aug 06, 2009 12:52 pm
by Dirk
You've heard we're the "bad guys" but are we really?

Here's YOUR chance to ask our side of the argument.

What IS communism? What part does democracy play in communism? Are "communism" and "freedom" synonyms or antonyms?

These are just some of the questions to which i have the answers that the capitalists and governments don't want you to know. So ask a commie about politics and get the communist perspective. We're not as evil as you've been led to believe and i won't bite. Honest.

RE: Commie Questions

Posted: Thu Aug 06, 2009 3:20 pm
by code1
[quote=Dirk]
You've heard we're the "bad guys" but are we really?

Here's YOUR chance to ask our side of the argument.

What IS communism? What part does democracy play in communism? Are "communism" and "freedom" synonyms or antonyms?

These are just some of the questions to which i have the answers that the capitalists and governments don't want you to know. So ask a commie about politics and get the communist perspective. We're not as evil as you've been led to believe and i won't bite. Honest.
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there are many faces of communism,there are good books with a lot of different insights,how far apart is democratic away from communism,study your facts and you will see that they are one and the same,words are used in different ways that only a person with classified credentials can understand

RE: Commie Questions

Posted: Thu Aug 06, 2009 4:41 pm
by Dirk
I don't think there are any actual questions here - the point is that people may ask my commie-inspired viewpoint. So i'll create a few questions out of your post. :D

To be clear, i will explain my perspective on economic and social theory. If you do not state questions, i will perceive questions, as that is what i expect.

[quote=code1]
there are many faces of communism,there are good books with a lot of different insights,[/quote]

In all honesty, i haven't read "State and Revolution" or "On the Correct Handling of Contradictions Among The People", as i do not consider Vladimir Ilyich Lenin or Mao Tse Tung as they contradict major points of Marx's original theory.

[quote=code1]how far apart is democratic away from communism,[/quote]

This can be interpreted two ways. You may mean democracy or the Democratic Party? I am presuming the former.

Socialism is a transitionary stage that moves from representative democracy to participatory democracy, and eventually, when the communist stage has been reached, direct democracy.

In communism, there's basically democracy without politicians (as communism is stateless).

[quote=code1]study your facts and you will see that they are one and the same,words are used in different ways that only a person with classified credentials can understand
[/quote]

I disagree. If you go in with that attitude, you will not understand it, If you make an effort, it is perfectly understandable. I know that Marx uses somewhat flowery language, but his critique of capitalism is quite impressive.

RE: Commie Questions

Posted: Tue Aug 11, 2009 9:46 pm
by code1
have you studied my findings thoroughly,your submissions seem inconclusive,you have based your information on neither study nor facts,but entirely on fiction

RE: Commie Questions

Posted: Fri Aug 14, 2009 2:16 pm
by Dirk
[quote=code1]
have you studied my findings thoroughly,your submissions seem inconclusive,you have based your information on neither study nor facts,but entirely on fiction
[/quote]

I have not made anything up. I have based my answers on Marxist theory, as expressed in the books "Das Kapital", "Die Heilige Familie", various theses, criticisms and Chartist newspaper articles and other books including "Das Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei", which he wrote with Friedrich Engels.

If you are suggesting that i have not studied the works of my hero, then i must protest that you are sorely mistaken. Alternatively, to claim that the creator of Communism has the "wrong" interpretation of his own creation, is pure foolishness.

That having been said, i am yet more libertarian that Marx himself, whose philosophy was built on freedom and emancipation.

Incidentally, in my opinion, the first nation that should revolt is Germany. Partly because i'm German, partly because it is one of the most economically advanced countries in the world, and partly because Marx was German. People would be more likely to listen to our "own" communist, than have to create a fascist ideology, call it communism and adopt that. Though that's entirely irrelevant to the point you quite falsely and malevolently made.

RE: Commie Questions

Posted: Fri Aug 14, 2009 3:42 pm
by code1
if more countries would have george w bush type governments and policies this world would be a better place

RE: Commie Questions

Posted: Sun Aug 16, 2009 3:24 pm
by Dirk
[quote=code1]
if more countries would have george w bush type governments and policies this world would be a better place
[/quote]

Let me see:

Religious fundamentalist extremist.
New Earth Creationist.
Racist.
Fascist.
Nationalist.
Anti-Democratic.
Corporatist.
Intent on building a Police State.
Obsessed with empowering Government.

Something tells me i won't be supporting your statement.

RE: Commie Questions

Posted: Mon Aug 17, 2009 3:59 pm
by code1
after reading your response thoroughly,i find no evidence that you do not support my statement,but i clearly find that you are in agreement of a george w bush run government

RE: Commie Questions

Posted: Tue Aug 18, 2009 2:39 pm
by Dirk
[quote=code1]
after reading your response thoroughly,i find no evidence that you do not support my statement,but i clearly find that you are in agreement of a george w bush run government
[/quote]

Oh no, you see, they were statements of what i am AGAINST.

RE: Commie Questions

Posted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 6:40 pm
by code1
if you are against statements then that is your way,but in the way a statement is made may be the way a statement is read,which in a theory which is based on non solid statements then with all due respect the statements may be right :fi_lone_ranger: