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You don't even understand what communism is. The fact that you think it's a political system instead of an economic model demonstrates your comically ignorant understanding of it.
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"yOu dOn't EvEn uNdErStaNd wHaT cOmMuNiSm Is" might be the funniest thing that communist retards say.

How about the n+1 historical examples of failed commie systems?
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It’s a programmed response. You just haven’t seen real communism yet, Twatter, the Marxist utopia I see in my thoughts operates swimmingly.
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Again thank you for demonstrating your total lack of understanding of communism and its history.
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Where did Mao and the Bolshevik party go wrong. Why did Xi have to stand on the shoulders of the British in Hong Kong and adjust his ethos to operate more like capitalism?
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Here in the US, our downfall comes from something called 'Crony Capitalism'. Does that mean our only alternative is a time-tested ethos proven to end in death, despair and starvation?
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Crapitalism
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So you don't understand neither communism nor capitalism. I'm not surprised.
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Quite the contrary, but let's draw premature conclusions because we're intellectually lazy. You should be a seasonal painter, those broad strokes cover a lot of surface area.
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This is why revisionist history sucks ass. We can't learn from past mistakes and fight over failed systems to our detrmint. Coke or Pepsi? Both will make you fat and rot your teeth ...
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Detriment**

Jesus Christ...
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Thanks for responding via twitter post instead of addressing my inquiries like a adult. When you grow up and learn about the world, you'll see it wasn't capitalism that failed us.
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You know how it feels eating ONLY moldy bread for 3 weeks in straight, as a 3-4 year old child, knowing something bad thing will happen to you? Twatter probably knows, he is Hungarian
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Folks with personal experience will share how things operate in practice. It’s not the glamorous landscape painted by sheltered university professors who grew up in gated communities