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Where is the Breaking point?

Posted 11-14-2012 at 21:57 by Drjones

Originally Posted by M 7 View Post
Then you missed the point.

Yep, Marx was a dumbass for all that he was worth. His theory fails on every level (Now where is that darned Soviet Union? Oh yeah, I remember now...) right down to his his idea of substituting what amounted to one currency for another.

The rest (Hilter, Mao Tse-tung, Stalin, Pol Pot, Khrushchev, Kim Jong-il) were also stupid for the destruction they wrought. I don't care what your IQ is, if you manage to destroy an entire Nation and/or commit genocide while doing so they might be a dumbass.

Actually, I think *you* are still missing the point.
Evil tyrants like Hitler, Marx, etc.; destruction and tyranny *were* their goals. They succeeded remarkably.

They are a lot of things, but not stupid.

Evil, insane, etc. yes, but not stupid.
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    Both hitler and marx were "dancing chickens" for those who had the real power.

    Heck, even the g.w. bush's in this world are around due to hitler taking prescott's loans and using the money to kills American and Allied soldiers.

    karl marx never worked a day in his life! He spoke and "wrote" for those that paid his bills throughout his life.

    You two are arguing about puppets on a stage when the real perpetrators are behind the scenes laughing at your infighting as you will never find them if you continue.

    Much like the devil versus Jehovah kind of thing. The devil uses people to do his "dirty work" and stays behind the scenes.
    Posted 11-15-2012 at 04:26 by Peace Warrior Peace Warrior is offline

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