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biggest_pro_going says2015-09-02T19:01:09.3178954Z
Your not very smart if you vote for ether of them. Its like choosing between Hitler and Himmler.
biggest_pro_going says2015-09-02T19:01:24.5279929Z
Your not very smart if you vote for ether of them. Its like choosing between Hitler and Himmler.
tajshar2k says2015-09-02T19:03:51.1145989Z
Ya but I asked which one you would vote for out of those options.
triangle.128k says2015-09-02T19:30:10.1111969Z
@biggest_pro_going But communist leaders like Mao or Stalin were way worse, so why do you support communism but dislike Hitler?
komododragon8 says2015-09-02T19:33:00.4475969Z
Triangle: Satlin was a Stalinst (very similer to facism) while Mao was just a complete idiot. Marxism (actual communism) has never been attempted before so while I dont think that switching to it currently would be a good idea, Stalin and Mao do not represent actual communist policy.
triangle.128k says2015-09-02T19:37:10.5015012Z
@komododragon8 But Marxism is too idealistic and Utopian aimed, it sounds good on paper but it can't work out too well. Lenin helped translate communism to reality, but it never works out well.
triangle.128k says2015-09-02T19:39:20.5595349Z
Capitalism is more realistic, Socialism and the extent of Communism is too idealistic and utopian aiming. It's simply going to turn into disaster. That's why it was never fully implemented, if it was then it would just completely backfire.
komododragon8 says2015-09-02T19:42:07.5774800Z
Triangle: I'm not disagreeing with capitalism, I'm disagreeing with the attempts to compare Marxism to Stalinism or Chinese Maoism.
triangle.128k says2015-09-02T19:59:59.1845564Z
While a society with no private property and complete equity is the end goal, you can't just implement those policies right away. You need to transition, so Maoism or Stalinism essentially is the transition to the "utopian" society, assuming it's even possible.
Heterodox says2015-09-02T20:54:39.6121030Z
Both. If it was a vote to see them tarred and feathered .
benhos says2015-09-02T22:37:34.4436850Z
Ewwww neither!
komododragon8 says2015-09-03T01:24:06.4193063Z
Both Mao and Stalin had huge amounts of power. I would'nt exactly call forming a fascist government in Russia a transition to communism and Mao's incompetance caused countless famines to ravage the Chinese population. As attempts to transition to communism go, both of them are abysmal failures. One wasnt even trying and the other did nothing to try and stop the rampent corruption. Again I would'nt recommend any attempt to transition to communism but Stalin and Mao are very poor points to bring up against communism.
komododragon8 says2015-09-03T01:25:01.7383247Z
^ for Triangle

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