Communism, no matter what you call it, never works.
I was attracted to living on a commune as a method of putting theory into practice. During my high school years, I became attracted to Marxism and leftism as a methodological way of understanding the world.
The monetary endgame is really coming into focus for me.
TLDR: they will blow out the currency because they have to, there’s no other way out
Conventional wisdom says that being a member a large cohort is disadvantageous, because members must compete with each other for jobs.👇
These are all good ideas on paper but they never pan out in reality.
All new “sustainable” development will be designed on these ideas but you can’t force people to comply.
North America is not Europe and probably never will fit its mould.
Don’t give in to the big two ever.
Email is now an oligopoly, a service gatekept by a few big companies which does not follow the principles of net neutrality.
Canadian protests are nothing compared those on Ceylon.
Daftari is right, and not just about Iran (and Iraq), but also Sri Lanka, where protesters angry at the soaring prices of everyday commodities including food, have burned down homes belonging to 38 politicians as the crisis-hit country plunged further into chaos, with the government ordering troops to “shoot on sight.”
Police in the island nation said Tuesday that in addition to the destroyed homes, 75 others have been damaged as angry Sri Lankans continue to defy a nationwide curfew to protest against what they say is the government’s mishandling of the country’s worst economic crisis since 1948.
Lunatics fully in charge of the west right now.
Does it make sense to want to escape to Russia right now?
This proposal floated by the Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom may be one of the most shortsighted, suicidal geopolitical visions ever articulated in the written history of Man, as the West is rapidly being replaced by the growing power of the NorthEast.
Today’s Anniversary of the death of American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt should give the world a chance to revisit the immortal life and courage of the man whom decades of revisionism have turned into a popular aristocratic cartoon character. The decades of intense of effort to distort the life of the true Roosevelt from the minds of todays’ citizens has much to do with the fact that not only did he break from his own class loyalties during his lifetime, but powerfully challenged the structures of the financial oligarchy during a time of global crisis