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The punch line from the LINK in the Post above.

*** Furthermore, life in a Communist nation with equal pay would far surpass life in a Capitalist nation with innovation. At least a Communist nation would offer food, water, clothing, and other necessities without too much work. In a Capitalist nation, we work 12 hours a day building expensive cars, so at the end of the day we can sleep in the gutter with only pennies of pay. How can any nation be so ignorant to boast of technological accomplishment when millions upon millions of its people are homeless and starving?

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Marx is notable for observing the struggle throughout history of those without property. The Proletariat were slaves of the Romans, as Africans were slaves of Americans, so workers today too are under the yolk of brutal, tormenting labor. We are not driven by an intense hate of working. Rather, we are driven by the conditions that we have been living in: poor wage, merciless overseers, and long hours. With the vicious flog of commerce whipping at our backs, society and the economy became something to benefit the rich and powerful. Not providing us the fruits of our labor, the Capitalist class has become the most cruel and malicious class of beings. Disempowered and desensitized, filled with nothing but an unending angst about the world, there is no question why we have protests, riots, or anti-Capitalist Direct Action. We will continue to refuse and resist, our will being fueled by the growing injustice of Capitalism, the colossal brutality of a system that has destroyed so much.***

26 posted on 08/16/2003 2:53:12 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
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Correction: The punch line from the LINK in Post #24.
27 posted on 08/16/2003 2:54:28 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
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To: Cincinatus' Wife
the growing injustice of Capitalism, the colossal brutality of a system that has destroyed so much.

Oh boy. What's worse? Destroying a few trees and hydrocarbons? Or murdering hundreds of millions of people. Clearly that author misses the trees more. Perhaps his mindset is that "workers grow back".

31 posted on 08/16/2003 4:23:12 AM PDT by Lil'freeper
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