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robert237 Post time: 2014-7-3 11:59
""Indoctrinated is when someone is taught a belief and they then reject all others on no basis.""
I will reply to both of your posts in one reply, I think its easier this way.
"On no basis? I suggest you start to educate yourself and read some of my blogs."
"I have to laugh when you and futsalot keep demanding answers to your stupid questions."
you are contradicting yourself here, how can I educate myself when you post something and every time someone answers you don't reply? I will tell you why it has no basis, when a theory doesn't stand up to basic questioning...it means it is a flawed theory. I assume you went to university, you have defended your thesis before? If you are going to go preaching to the masses about the greatness of communism and the uselessness of capitalism, when someone questions it, if you don't answer, no one will believe you.
Also, I asked this question based on a comment you said about me "never having any argument" or something like that. If you are going to through around accusations, at least back them up or just stop being rude.
"There is proof that capitalism is nothing more than the old master/slave paradigm dressed up with modern marketing.
You have been indoctrinated to believe communism is evil. There is no basis for that."
I agree with you on capitalism, and must I say again, I AM NOT A CAPITALIST. I don't think communism is "evil" either. I just think that it sounds fantastic on paper but humans are too greedy as a species to successfully pull it off. Capitalism is how countries gain massive amounts of money, you have read Marxism? As he says it is the first step towards communism. I would argue we have never had a communist government in our world really, communism should come from the masses but instead it is always incited and pushed through by the government. This is not communism, this is a false, flawed copy of it doomed to failure. As a note on China, they are not, absolutely not, communist. Capitalist through and through. Sure their economy is somewhat planned to an extent with some state owned businesses here and there but they are fewer and fewer. If you want to see a communist country, go to Cuba. I love it personally, but even it has it's flaws. Like all of these systems, they have their advantages and disadvantages.
As for me, I am socialist. I do believe a pinch of capitalism is needed however in order to spur on the economy, somewhat similar to the Scandinavian set up. I do think harder working people should be rewarded more, yet I disagree with exploitation of the masses to the extent we have in the west (and here in China) I would love to live in a communist world where we all work together...but I don't believe that can happen, just like I don't believe out and out capitalism is sustainable, because it isn't. We have seen capitalism fail time and time again.
Your one problem here though is your own indoctrination to the communist way of thinking. You blindly believe it without ever looking for other options. You think it is the only way and damn anyway who disagrees with you, they will be met with rude remarks, refusal to answer questions and you come off looking just immensely rude and a bit dense, like you are copying and pasting from some pro communist website without truly understanding the topic. The whole point of your beloved communism is helping each other, would you not argue then that it is your job to educate the masses if you think you are so brilliant? And you can only do that by answering questions people have on the topic, something you refuse to do when your argument falls on it's ass.
I think if anyone here needs to be educated, it would be you. Both on communism and on manners.