Can somebody tell me how a man who literally never worked a fucking day in his life felt like he
was most able to explain how people work and how they should do it better?
He is the bourgeoisie, living in an ivory tower being cared for his whole life whilst being in the midst
of the largest and most important cities of europe. He was a wealthy, educated "white" male living
in Paris, London, Moscow, ect and was able to muse about local cafes and philosophies about
how oppressed the working class was by, well, him. And then everything he talked about never
actually ever happened ever. There was no global revolution, and communism has apparently still
never been tried.
Please explain the rampant dickriding ofthis man and why people still think communism is not
only viable, but something that should be sought.
iinb. 4 a bunch of shitposting about is bait retelling me to go batisto Er/ errywhere wiithout
actually addressing anything aside from the defunct political ramblings
It' s worse DP. He was just a Atlist actor living mostly his rich family and friends until he decided to start writing about his own
bullshit special snowflake philosophy, despite having no background in philosophy or political theory whatsoever, in a series of
poorly written fiction novels. No, wait, I' m sorry, that was Ayn Rand.
Marx was born to an incredibly wealthy family and the only times he wasn' t with cloistered academics, he was philandering with
the wealthy elite. The first half of his career was funded almost entirely by a wealthy businessman, and then the second half of
his career was at various academic institutions when that fell through- Oh shit, confused again, that was Murray Rathband.
I know I' ll get it right this time. Marx was basically a government bureaucrat who eventually became a college professor and did
little else. No, I fucked up again, that' s Milton Friedman.
Jew, I' m struggling.