You know what else I wouldn't personally recommend? Being an economic anything and a racist.
12/28/2012 9:59:54 AM
"But equality exists nowhere in nature."
Computers don't exist anywhere in nature either, and you aren't complaining about that... What's wrong with striving for improvement?
12/28/2012 11:10:07 AM
Now all he needs to do is yell All Hail Britannia! And he's read ALL of the literature, how impressive and unlikely.
12/28/2012 11:17:31 AM
"I have read practically all of your silly leftist literature"
Somehow I doubt that. There is more Marxist literature, never mind lefist literature, than you could read in a lifetime.
But tell us about what you thought of Grundrisse or For My Pioneer Comrades...
12/28/2012 11:36:14 AM
Haha, I love these retards who go on about 'the fittest should dominate'. Wake up and smell the coffee loserboy - the fittest ARE slowly but surely dominating society, and those fittest are generally liberal, inclusive, principled and fairminded. Gee wizz buddy, looks like you and your disgusting kind are not the dominant form of human after all.
12/28/2012 12:19:53 PM
Xizor... I'm better than you.
Which is precisly why I DONT favour singling you out for exclusion and dissenfranchisment.
We do need stupid waffles such as yourself.
12/28/2012 1:28:51 PM
Is there a racist Dalek in here...?
Anyway, equality of opportunity is all that American liberals care about, not about cutting everyone down to size. The concept that hard work should be rewarded equally is apparently tantamount to communism in your eyes.
12/28/2012 1:40:47 PM
It's amazing how people still manage to conflate the concepts of equal rights and opportunities with the very different concepts of equal attainment or equal attributes.
I would agree that Marxist Communism is the pursuit of an unattainable dream though: a bit like Christianity, it only works if nobody is an asshole. Note, however, that not everybody to the Left of you is a Marxist Communist, and if you've read 'practically all leftist literature' I'm an albino. You plowed your way through all of Das Kapital? I think not.
12/28/2012 1:44:42 PM
Is he referring to egalitarianism(which is fucking stupid) or just treating people equally in general. For I cannot read retard.
12/28/2012 2:22:48 PM
"Communists believe in equality. But equality exists nowhere in nature. In nature there must always be a hierarchy. There must always be the superior and the inferior. Equality is not natural. But you do not wish to accept reality. … I have read practically all of your silly leftist literature, and don't think very highly of it."
I don't believe you, or at least I won't believe you that you understood what you read. Communists generally don't bother about equality, but argue that the rich are robbing the poor of the value of their labor. A greater theory that I only ever encountered in more modern times is the idea that all work is worth equal to society, but that isn't a particularly communist idea.
"Communists are therefore delusional and spend their lives in pursuit of an impossible and unattainable pipe-dream."
I agree, a dictatorship can never produce a healthy society.
"Leftists of all stripes need to get real and pull their heads out of the clouds and out of their rear ends."
You mean the clouds of numbers that proof us right?
Oh, also you are understanding the masses wrong when you think equality means outcome equality, they are generally talking about equality of chances and rights.
12/28/2012 4:48:43 PM
No offense, but I have the distinct feeling that in any sort of darwinian hierarchy, you'd be fairly close to the bottom.
Also, I'm not sure you fully understand Communism, or that you've read "all of [our] silly leftist literature".
12/28/2012 6:28:00 PM
Of course we're not equal. There are smart people who walk upright and breathe through their noses, and then there's Stormfront.
12/29/2012 4:39:37 AM
12/29/2012 7:07:42 AM
Equality is about how we value humans and are willing to treat them. It's not a fact of life but a social convention. The opposite is also a choice, and an equally subjective one.
How do we determine the value of a human life? Supply and demand? Some scale of skills? What is worth more between a great painter and a great singer? There aren't any objective scale for what people are worth.
But with centuries of trial and error, society figured out that the closer it got to treating everyone as fully deserving of life and dignity and everything, the more prosperous and happy it got.
12/29/2012 7:59:31 AM
Screw you Xizor, I hope Princess Leia kicks you in the nuts again.
12/29/2012 11:24:12 AM
However, when YOU are in the lowest of the hyerarchy, how quick you change of mind.
1/1/2013 7:09:47 AM
Speaking as a libertarian socialist (not really a communist but whatever), I can safely say that you believe in your ideology because you want to keep the current system that encourages greed, hate, and harming others. (After all, why else are you posting on stormfront?)
And I sincerely doubt you have read ALL leftist literature. I doubt I've even read 1%, and you've probably read less than half that.
1/2/2013 9:02:56 AM
Computers, economy and clothes, and antibiotics don't exist in nature. Should we get rid of them too?
2/23/2013 11:28:37 AM
Why do people respond to these as if OP is aware this site even exists? It's not like there isn't a link to go to the source material, so you can interact with them there.
It's a comments section, not a message board thread.
4/20/2013 1:58:04 AM