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#45 - One of my favourite moments. 09/20/2014 on borderlands 2 +1
#46 - Is that Lebowsky? 09/20/2014 on Graphics 0
#22 - They're awesome for the price. 09/20/2014 on First world bad luck 0
#4827 - They also have it in 3 doors but I like this one more because … 09/20/2014 on /cars/ 0
#44 - It's the "natural" state in the current times, but i… 09/19/2014 on Benjamin Franklin, everybody. 0
#43 - "Distribution, as in communism or collectivism? That's fi…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/19/2014 on Benjamin Franklin, everybody. 0
User avatar #45 - douthit (09/20/2014) [-]
I don't see collectivism ever prospering, however my statement was regarding the morality of it, rather than the practicality.
#40 - Exchange could just simply become distribution, but there's no…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/19/2014 on Benjamin Franklin, everybody. 0
User avatar #42 - douthit (09/19/2014) [-]
Distribution, as in communism or collectivism? That's fine in a capitalist system, as long as nobody is forced to contribute and their property isn't violated. That's the great thing: In a free market, a group of communists would be free to get together to do things collectively, however a communist economy can't tolerate people trading freely without force. Force is required to collect taxes, etc.
User avatar #43 - jewishcommunazi (09/19/2014) [-]
"Distribution, as in communism or collectivism? That's fine in a capitalist system, as long as nobody is forced to contribute and their property isn't violated."
I don't think the economic conditions would ever allow for communism to prosper at a significant scale under a hypotetical minarchistic capitalist system.

"...however a communist economy can't tolerate people trading freely without force. Force is required to collect taxes, etc."
That's a myth actually, there are no taxes under communism, if people want to trade whatever they want it's up to them, but it would be useless unless they'd be trading rare, old things, which I imagine could eventually be used as some sort of pseudo-currency under communism by a few people.
User avatar #45 - douthit (09/20/2014) [-]
I don't see collectivism ever prospering, however my statement was regarding the morality of it, rather than the practicality.
#39 - I don't think any system wouldn't advocate those things aswell…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/19/2014 on Benjamin Franklin, everybody. 0
User avatar #41 - douthit (09/19/2014) [-]
I don't really consider it a "system", but rather the natural state and way of things. I'd call capitalism the lack of a system. Why would force be required to make people trade voluntarily? That's a contradiction.
User avatar #44 - jewishcommunazi (09/19/2014) [-]
It's the "natural" state in the current times, but it was brought by force (capitalism as a whole: liberalism, mercantilism, etc.), before that, it was something different, these natural states have been whatever has been enforced over time. Before that we used to live in a collectivistic, communistic way before authority and private property changed the human condition, it was one of the natural states we've had. From then on, we've evolved into what we have today.
User avatar #40 - jewishcommunazi (09/19/2014) [-]
Exchange could just simply become distribution, but there's nothing coercive about that either.
User avatar #42 - douthit (09/19/2014) [-]
Distribution, as in communism or collectivism? That's fine in a capitalist system, as long as nobody is forced to contribute and their property isn't violated. That's the great thing: In a free market, a group of communists would be free to get together to do things collectively, however a communist economy can't tolerate people trading freely without force. Force is required to collect taxes, etc.
User avatar #43 - jewishcommunazi (09/19/2014) [-]
"Distribution, as in communism or collectivism? That's fine in a capitalist system, as long as nobody is forced to contribute and their property isn't violated."
I don't think the economic conditions would ever allow for communism to prosper at a significant scale under a hypotetical minarchistic capitalist system.

"...however a communist economy can't tolerate people trading freely without force. Force is required to collect taxes, etc."
That's a myth actually, there are no taxes under communism, if people want to trade whatever they want it's up to them, but it would be useless unless they'd be trading rare, old things, which I imagine could eventually be used as some sort of pseudo-currency under communism by a few people.
User avatar #45 - douthit (09/20/2014) [-]
I don't see collectivism ever prospering, however my statement was regarding the morality of it, rather than the practicality.
#37 - It might be logical, but it's not plausible to have capitalism…  [+] (8 new replies) 09/19/2014 on Benjamin Franklin, everybody. 0
User avatar #38 - douthit (09/19/2014) [-]
Well I don't think you can have true capitalism with force. Capitalism is the free (uncoerced) exchange of goods, services, and ideas. It's like saying you can't have lovemaking without force. Once force is involved, it becomes something else entirely, and the same is true with exchange of goods.
User avatar #39 - jewishcommunazi (09/19/2014) [-]
I don't think any system wouldn't advocate those things aswell, by force I assumed you meant force to impose the capitalist system.
User avatar #41 - douthit (09/19/2014) [-]
I don't really consider it a "system", but rather the natural state and way of things. I'd call capitalism the lack of a system. Why would force be required to make people trade voluntarily? That's a contradiction.
User avatar #44 - jewishcommunazi (09/19/2014) [-]
It's the "natural" state in the current times, but it was brought by force (capitalism as a whole: liberalism, mercantilism, etc.), before that, it was something different, these natural states have been whatever has been enforced over time. Before that we used to live in a collectivistic, communistic way before authority and private property changed the human condition, it was one of the natural states we've had. From then on, we've evolved into what we have today.
User avatar #40 - jewishcommunazi (09/19/2014) [-]
Exchange could just simply become distribution, but there's nothing coercive about that either.
User avatar #42 - douthit (09/19/2014) [-]
Distribution, as in communism or collectivism? That's fine in a capitalist system, as long as nobody is forced to contribute and their property isn't violated. That's the great thing: In a free market, a group of communists would be free to get together to do things collectively, however a communist economy can't tolerate people trading freely without force. Force is required to collect taxes, etc.
User avatar #43 - jewishcommunazi (09/19/2014) [-]
"Distribution, as in communism or collectivism? That's fine in a capitalist system, as long as nobody is forced to contribute and their property isn't violated."
I don't think the economic conditions would ever allow for communism to prosper at a significant scale under a hypotetical minarchistic capitalist system.

"...however a communist economy can't tolerate people trading freely without force. Force is required to collect taxes, etc."
That's a myth actually, there are no taxes under communism, if people want to trade whatever they want it's up to them, but it would be useless unless they'd be trading rare, old things, which I imagine could eventually be used as some sort of pseudo-currency under communism by a few people.
User avatar #45 - douthit (09/20/2014) [-]
I don't see collectivism ever prospering, however my statement was regarding the morality of it, rather than the practicality.
#1 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 09/19/2014 on I hope to be this asshole... +1
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MUHAHAHAHAHA
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#19 to #18 - syrianassassin (07/30/2014) [-]
u ******* yid. cant even tell the whole ****
User avatar #7 - teoragnar (03/01/2014) [-]
Weren't there a lot more socialists on /politics/?
User avatar #11 to #7 - jewishcommunazi (03/03/2014) [-]
By the way, what's your political position?
User avatar #12 to #11 - teoragnar (03/03/2014) [-]
Hard to say, I find neither Libertarianism, Communism and Fascism appealing simply because of religious reasons, but I guess I'd go with left democracy, like social democrats.
#9 to #7 - valeriya (03/01/2014) [-]
I'm here whenever, I won't post in a topic I can remember discussing, I'm too busy with life to post as much as I'd like. I don't mind it but circle jerks are quite boring.
User avatar #8 to #7 - jewishcommunazi (03/01/2014) [-]
Yes. Oxan used to be a regular, now we barely comes here. His friend Naxo only came for a while, Arisaka appears only from time to time as usual, Valeriya doesn't come as often as before (I think) but still does, same for Levchenko (now Koveck), Feelythefeel hasn't stopped coming, it seems (and neither have I). I think I'm still missing a few.
#10 to #8 - 4chan refugee (03/02/2014) [-]
Lev got banned again...
www.funnyjunk.com/user/koveck
User avatar #4 - schnizel ONLINE (01/27/2014) [-]
You are a good liar, tbh who tought y how to lie?
User avatar #5 to #4 - jewishcommunazi (01/27/2014) [-]
Nobody. Some guy said he'd teach me, but he was lying.
User avatar #6 to #5 - schnizel ONLINE (01/27/2014) [-]
: D
#3 - stenchschleifs (10/06/2013) [-]
Your name, it amuses me.
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