Monthly Archives: August 2010

Keynesianism versus Marxism.

Marxian economics were developed as macroeconomic theories in order to understand how capitalist society operates, as alternative theories to the more mainstream neo-classical economic theories, which more often than not put an emphasis on free market capitalism rather than socialism … Continue reading

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But America Would Never Do That!

The Soviet Union spied on their citizens! The Patriot Act, COINTELPRO, CTS, Domestic Security Enhancement Act, etc. This was especially prominent during the Red Scares, and thousands of innocents were condemned and victimized. America always finds itself in a state … Continue reading

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The Myth of Trotskyist Unity

Trotskyists claim they seek “unity” and are supposedly against “sectarianism,” and yet rightfully so, they are the most sectarian and the most opportunistic of all “communists,” if they even rightfully deserve to be called communist. Historically, just look at Trotsky’s … Continue reading

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A view of Religion.

RELIGION AND COMMUNISM: A COMMUNIST’S VIEW OF RELIGION As a general disclaimer, I would firstly like to say I am speaking of my own views. Some of my comrades may disagree with me. This writing in no way is meant … Continue reading

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