Monthly Archives: June 2011

Concerning Greece

Today the Hellenic Parliament is voting whether or not to adopt the final stage of their austerity measures. People are watching with either joy or fear, but are certainly anticipating something momentous today. If it is adopted, the world will … Continue reading

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On Competition

Adherents to free market ideology tout how wonderful freedom of competition supposedly is, but is it really? What makes up competition in a capitalist society, and how what is its nature in a socialist society? In simplest terms, competition is merely a struggle that takes place between … Continue reading

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On “Choosing” Sexual Orientations

One of the criticisms made by homophobic people is that sexual orientations other than heterosexuality are merely choices people make. Such baseless and ridiculous claims often lead to even more harmful views such as the notion that LGBTs are mentally … Continue reading

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Zionism: A Historical and Modern Context

In recent times, the subject of Zionism has been made more prevalent throughout the media and a myriad of other sources. Zionism is a political movement led primarily by the Jewish people for self-determination of a Jewish homeland. In the … Continue reading

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Was Stalin a Revisionist?

Revisionism according to Marxist Internet Archive: “A fundamental alteration of a theory, essentially usurping (though taking elements of) the former theory and replacing it with a new one. While the attributes of a theory are subject to change in accordance … Continue reading

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A Marxist-Leninist View of Bureaucracy

After Stalin, the leadership of the Soviet Union utilized bureaucracy in a manner that took hold of the nation and helped turn the working class onto the road of capitalism, away from socialist development that had previously taken place extensively … Continue reading

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Refuting Marginal Utility

Recently, a lot of so called “expert economists” have completely discredited the labor theory of value. Their basis is that the theory of marginal utility has accurately replaced it, and explains economics perfectly well. Such a notion is merely an … Continue reading

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