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    Anyone feel like we are in a marxist/communist revolution?

    Idk how this even happens but it just feels like it is happening based on what i read online (especially on the misc and FB) and what i am experiencing irl. Every week my city gets more dystopian. More diverse hiring is taking place. Seeing a lot more people with Dennis Rodman hair, lbgtq, cultural marxism, group thinkers etc. Feminazis and lbgtq seem to be everywhere now. I mean just look at the misc it's mostly about clown world now but this is exactly what i am seeing irl. It seemed to have hit my area in mid 2015-2016 and became clown world in early 2017.
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    We are headed to a socialized authoritarian leftist America no doubt. All you can do is hope Trump delays it another 4 years and keeps economy strong.

    There really isn't anyone can do about it as it's part of the hard times creates strong men, weak men create hard times cycle.

    We are defiantly at the weak men create hard times tail end of it, and that's ok. It is what it is, ride the wave, make money, fuk bishes, and watch clown world take off.

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    The scary part is that the vast majority of people (like >90%) are not only unaware of it. They wouldn't even be able to tell you what communism/Marxism is at a most basic level. To be fair, you really have to spend quite a bit of time reading about history to get it.
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    It is the media that is pushing it and makes it seem like everyone loves communism.

    What do Bolsheviks, Karl Marx, founder and leaders of national lawyers guild, the owners of most media in the US, the owners of most pronography studios, Epstein, Maxwell, and Bernie Sanders all have in common?
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    Originally Posted by JoeDelts View Post
    The scary part is that the vast majority of people (like >90%) are not only unaware of it. They wouldn't even be able to tell what communism/Marxism is at a most basic level. To be fair, you really have to spend quite a bit of time reading about history to get it.
    That's the thing most people just see this as a minor inconvenience and won't do research. There are some really good videos explaining what is happening but they aren't mainstream so nobody ever sees them. Nobody is going to watch a marxism video man.
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    In the October Revolution Lenin used the mass media of the day to mobilize the Bolsheviks against the Kulaks to seize control of the government and collectivize property/power.

    Kulaks were property owning peasants, who had farms, rented land, hired farm labour, and raised herds of animals. Middle class of their day.
    Bolsheviks were young workers convinced by Marxists that the success of the Kulaks was due to the oppressive system they had prospered under. They were also very young, 59% of the Bolsheviks were under 24, 75% of them were under 30.

    Bolsheviks were stirred up using media to revolt against the "capatalist bloodsuckers, vampires, plunderers of the people and profiteers, who fatten on famine". The government kept complete control by convincing a large segment of the population that the other segment was the problem. If we take their stuff, collect it, and redistribute it then life would be better.

    Leninism degraded into Stalinism, Kulaks were starved out or exterminated to seize the means of production. Productivity crashed and 10 million people starved to death.

    I grew up in a rural farming area settled by people fleeing Stalinism, we had to read the Gulag Archipelago in 11th Grade Social Studies. You wont find much nostalgia for Marxist or Communist ideas here except a 6 block radius around university campuses.
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    We have been for a long time. McCarthy was right.
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    God damn do you have to make the same thread every day? Take a hint when both sides criticize you...
    He’s got serious social issues. He’s a regular in the misc depression thread and all he does is bitch about not being able to talk to other people and make friends. It’s pretty damn sad.
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    Communism, by virtue of its noncompetitive nature, brings out the best in people and creates a societal system that solves many modern problems, such as the wealth gap and high unemployment rates.

    Currently, in the U.S. and many other countries, there is a huge wealth gap between the rich and the poor. In the United States, the top 20% of people have about 86% of the total wealth in the country. In a communist system, it is impossible to have this problem, as communist societies abolish private property.

    At first this sounds crazy. However, Karl Marx explains this system later in The Communist Manifesto: “You are horrified at our intending to do away with private property. But in your existing society, private property is already done away with for nine-tenths of the population; its existence for the few is solely due to its non-existence in the hands of those nine-tenths.”

    This reveals a direct fix to the wealth inequality in many modern nations, one of the biggest problems that faces modern society. It reveals the evils and downsides of capitalism, which have been hidden in recent times by the Cold War and the tensions with formerly communist North Korea. It conveys the belief that capitalism brings out the worst parts of people, forcing them to step on other people to raise themselves up, a problem that communism fixes by forcing people to work together.

    Another large problem fixed by communism is the high rates of unemployment currently found in modern societies. Returning to The Communist Manifesto, Karl Marx states that “the theory of Communists may be summed up in a single sentence: Abolition of private property.” Since nobody can own anything, companies must be owned by the country as a whole and by the government formed by the body of the people. Since the means of production are owned by the people, everybody can be offered a job, and thus nobody is unemployed.

    We can even take this one step further, stating the requirements of all citizens: Every citizen is required to work in order to receive benefits, and those who don’t have corresponding sanctions. Sanctions means a threatened penalty for disobeying a rule. Since unemployed people do not get the benefits of employed people, there is a strong incentive to become employed. This would cause the employment rate to skyrocket to 99.9% or higher, compared to the mere 95% in the U.S. for comparison.
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    There is no 'feel' to it - we're witnessing a long, slow, dynamic Marxist overthrow attempt targeting several countries with the big prize being the US, and it will likely succeed in overthrowing our Constitutional form of government and our freedom and installing an unelected Totalitarian government that owns and controls everything.

    The same evil that did it in Russia and Eastern Europe, China, Cuba, and many other countries is now close to succeeding doing the same thing in the US and other Western countries. Many elitists in government, media, finance, and other key sectors are involved in the scam conspiracy to overthrow our world as we know it. All Marxist Revolutions that have reached the advanced stage they've reached here and now have succeeded.

    The amount of national and international power and control and wealth and organization those doing have is immense, while their nationalist opposition in the US and other Western countries is disorganized and controls very little. Even if(and probably when) the nationalist right organizes against it, it will most likely be a day late and a dollar short.
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    “The years of revolution (1905–07). All classes came out into the open. All programmatical and tactical views were tested by the action of the masses. In its extent and acuteness, the strike struggle had no parallel anywhere in the world. The economic strike developed into a political strike, and the latter into insurrection. The relations between the proletariat, as the leader, and the vacillating and unstable peasantry, as the led, were tested in practice. The Soviet form of organisation came into being in the spontaneous development of the struggle. The controversies of that period over the significance of the Soviets anticipated the great struggle of 1917–20. The alternation of parliamentary and non-parliamentary forms of struggle, of the tactics of boycotting parliament and that of participating in parliament, of legal and illegal forms of struggle, and likewise their interrelations and connections—all this was marked by an extraordinary wealth of content. As for teaching the fundamentals of political science to masses and leaders, to classes and parties alike, each month of this period was equivalent to an entire year of ‘peaceful’ and ‘constitutional’ development. Without the ‘dress rehearsal’ of 1905, the victory of the October Revolution in 1917 would have been impossible.”

    Vladimir Lenin, chapter “The Principal Stages in the History of Bolshevism,” in the pamphlet “Left-Wing” Communism: an Infantile Disorder, published April–May 1920.


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    Does this really need to be pointed out again?

    This has been going on for 40-50 years at this point. If you think this ISN'T what's happening....I don't even know what to tell you:

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    only inbreds feel this way

    so ask yourself...

    do you feel this way?
    Hypothetical question for you.

    If the choice was between voting for communism (an openly communist candidate) or voting for Trump, how would you vote?
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    I believe that a fairer and more just society in which people are paid the value of their labor can be achieved, although most likely not within my lifetime. Communism is a system in which the means of production is controlled and owned by the workers themselves. Workers are given benefits according to their needs, contributions, and abilities and the accumulation of capital into the hands of wealthy elites is no longer prevalent.

    Marx’s predictions weren’t always perfect, but were actually very correct in describing how capitalism functions. Although capitalism has certainly produced positive outcomes, as it has been one of the most innovative and productive economic systems in history, it is riddled with built-in inequality, although more subtle than many other previous stages of historical development. Under capitalism, those who own and accumulate capital are compelled to exploit those who create wealth in order to extract large amounts of surplus value from them as possible. The worker becomes a wage slave and the product of his or her labor belongs to someone else who didn’t do much to work for it. Nowadays those who own over $100,000 in assets, which is 10% of the total world population, own 84% of the global wealth .It saddens me that millions who struggle to earn a living and actually make enough effort to create wealth don’t receive enough of it, and are subject to poverty, unemployment, and austerity.

    I have also been horrified while reading about climate change and environmental degradation and how the current economic system facilitates such problems to become worse. And that’s understandable, since it costs less to gloss over emission levels produced and dump toxic chemicals and other pollutants into landscapes than it does to invest in environmentally friendly technology.[2] If something serious is not done about this, then it will be a nightmare for the millions of people who are part of the generations to come living on this planet.

    Automation would also work better for the populace under socialism and communism. Because in a capitalist system, for example, people are replaced with faster, quicker machines and artificial intelligence. That does maximize production and increase efficiency in the workplace, but as those people who have been replaced become unemployed, their wages are cut (or have no wages at all) and cannot obtain the resources necessary to survive, as the capitalist class which are lucky to own the means of production looks on. In a socialist economy, however, this problem would be basically nonexistent. The business would be collectively owned and use those machines to make their lives easier. People could actually enjoy a stress-free life and not have to be worried about whether they have enough money for basic necessities. It could even be a new age of great innovations in science and technology.

    Libertarian socialism is the most true form of socialism there is. But as of today, it can’t be implemented on its own at such a large scale. The main reason is that it’s unlikely that vast amounts of the population develop class consciousness. In addition, we cannot transition from capitalism to socialism without a “dictatorship of the proletariat”, as because of class antagonisms, the bourgeoisie will make desperate attempts to cling on to their power. Also, throughout history there have been several attempts at libertarian socialist societies (such as the Paris Commune and Revolutionary Catalonia) which were proven to be too fragile to protect themselves against class enemies. In my opinion, there must be some sort of vanguard party that can help educate the masses on this sort of state of affairs and can help facilitate the transition from capitalism to socialism, and later, to communism. But it must be a democratically supported one, and new policies must be voted on with the support of the majority. This is why

    I agree the most with Marxism-Leninism in general.

    I’ve learned that in much of my previous elite education about practical examples of socialism throughout history, I was fooled. Many Western historians greatly exaggerate the death tolls of those countries as a result of animosity towards socialism and communism. Socialism did not make the quality of life worse for its inhabitants; in fact, it greatly improved them. Everyone received the benefit of affordable housing, food, education, and employment. Women earned the right to vote and to work in high positions. The industrialization process that began under Stalin helped the USSR lead the Allies to victory and also paved the way for later innovations in many other fields. I’m not saying that the Marxist-Leninist states of the 20th century were paradises, or utopias in any sense. They did have many flaws. For example, the Soviet Union spent too much on its military as a result of its antagonism with the US and other countries pertaining to the first world. There were instances of shortages of products in socialist nations. There was censorship, and it was difficult to travel to other countries. I sympathize with the USSR, but it does not mean that I want to remake the US into exactly what the Soviet Union was. We should learn from both the accomplishments and mistakes of socialist countries.

    I try hard to be as generous and compassionate as I can and you know u treat people the way I want to be treated. But I care very deeply about the well-being and justice of people, both economic and social. That is why I’m a communist.
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    I believe that a fairer and more just society in which people are paid the value of their labor can be achieved, although most likely not within my lifetime. Communism is a system in which the means of production is controlled and owned by the workers themselves. Workers are given benefits according to their needs, contributions, and abilities and the accumulation of capital into the hands of wealthy elites is no longer prevalent.

    Marx’s predictions weren’t always perfect, but were actually very correct in describing how capitalism functions. Although capitalism has certainly produced positive outcomes, as it has been one of the most innovative and productive economic systems in history, it is riddled with built-in inequality, although more subtle than many other previous stages of historical development. Under capitalism, those who own and accumulate capital are compelled to exploit those who create wealth in order to extract large amounts of surplus value from them as possible. The worker becomes a wage slave and the product of his or her labor belongs to someone else who didn’t do much to work for it. Nowadays those who own over $100,000 in assets, which is 10% of the total world population, own 84% of the global wealth .It saddens me that millions who struggle to earn a living and actually make enough effort to create wealth don’t receive enough of it, and are subject to poverty, unemployment, and austerity.

    I have also been horrified while reading about climate change and environmental degradation and how the current economic system facilitates such problems to become worse. And that’s understandable, since it costs less to gloss over emission levels produced and dump toxic chemicals and other pollutants into landscapes than it does to invest in environmentally friendly technology.[2] If something serious is not done about this, then it will be a nightmare for the millions of people who are part of the generations to come living on this planet.

    Automation would also work better for the populace under socialism and communism. Because in a capitalist system, for example, people are replaced with faster, quicker machines and artificial intelligence. That does maximize production and increase efficiency in the workplace, but as those people who have been replaced become unemployed, their wages are cut (or have no wages at all) and cannot obtain the resources necessary to survive, as the capitalist class which are lucky to own the means of production looks on. In a socialist economy, however, this problem would be basically nonexistent. The business would be collectively owned and use those machines to make their lives easier. People could actually enjoy a stress-free life and not have to be worried about whether they have enough money for basic necessities. It could even be a new age of great innovations in science and technology.

    Libertarian socialism is the most true form of socialism there is. But as of today, it can’t be implemented on its own at such a large scale. The main reason is that it’s unlikely that vast amounts of the population develop class consciousness. In addition, we cannot transition from capitalism to socialism without a “dictatorship of the proletariat”, as because of class antagonisms, the bourgeoisie will make desperate attempts to cling on to their power. Also, throughout history there have been several attempts at libertarian socialist societies (such as the Paris Commune and Revolutionary Catalonia) which were proven to be too fragile to protect themselves against class enemies. In my opinion, there must be some sort of vanguard party that can help educate the masses on this sort of state of affairs and can help facilitate the transition from capitalism to socialism, and later, to communism. But it must be a democratically supported one, and new policies must be voted on with the support of the majority. This is why

    I agree the most with Marxism-Leninism in general.

    I’ve learned that in much of my previous elite education about practical examples of socialism throughout history, I was fooled. Many Western historians greatly exaggerate the death tolls of those countries as a result of animosity towards socialism and communism. Socialism did not make the quality of life worse for its inhabitants; in fact, it greatly improved them. Everyone received the benefit of affordable housing, food, education, and employment. Women earned the right to vote and to work in high positions. The industrialization process that began under Stalin helped the USSR lead the Allies to victory and also paved the way for later innovations in many other fields. I’m not saying that the Marxist-Leninist states of the 20th century were paradises, or utopias in any sense. They did have many flaws. For example, the Soviet Union spent too much on its military as a result of its antagonism with the US and other countries pertaining to the first world. There were instances of shortages of products in socialist nations. There was censorship, and it was difficult to travel to other countries. I sympathize with the USSR, but it does not mean that I want to remake the US into exactly what the Soviet Union was. We should learn from both the accomplishments and mistakes of socialist countries.

    I try hard to be as generous and compassionate as I can and you know u treat people the way I want to be treated. But I care very deeply about the well-being and justice of people, both economic and social. That is why I’m a communist.


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    Hypothetical question for you.

    If the choice was between voting for communism (an openly communist candidate) or voting for Trump, how would you vote?
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    Originally Posted by ForAFewRepsMore View Post
    I believe that a fairer and more just society in which people are paid the value of their labor can be achieved, although most likely not within my lifetime. Communism is a system in which the means of production is controlled and owned by the workers themselves. Workers are given benefits according to their needs, contributions, and abilities and the accumulation of capital into the hands of wealthy elites is no longer prevalent.

    Marx’s predictions weren’t always perfect, but were actually very correct in describing how capitalism functions. Although capitalism has certainly produced positive outcomes, as it has been one of the most innovative and productive economic systems in history, it is riddled with built-in inequality, although more subtle than many other previous stages of historical development. Under capitalism, those who own and accumulate capital are compelled to exploit those who create wealth in order to extract large amounts of surplus value from them as possible. The worker becomes a wage slave and the product of his or her labor belongs to someone else who didn’t do much to work for it. Nowadays those who own over $100,000 in assets, which is 10% of the total world population, own 84% of the global wealth .It saddens me that millions who struggle to earn a living and actually make enough effort to create wealth don’t receive enough of it, and are subject to poverty, unemployment, and austerity.

    I have also been horrified while reading about climate change and environmental degradation and how the current economic system facilitates such problems to become worse. And that’s understandable, since it costs less to gloss over emission levels produced and dump toxic chemicals and other pollutants into landscapes than it does to invest in environmentally friendly technology.[2] If something serious is not done about this, then it will be a nightmare for the millions of people who are part of the generations to come living on this planet.

    Automation would also work better for the populace under socialism and communism. Because in a capitalist system, for example, people are replaced with faster, quicker machines and artificial intelligence. That does maximize production and increase efficiency in the workplace, but as those people who have been replaced become unemployed, their wages are cut (or have no wages at all) and cannot obtain the resources necessary to survive, as the capitalist class which are lucky to own the means of production looks on. In a socialist economy, however, this problem would be basically nonexistent. The business would be collectively owned and use those machines to make their lives easier. People could actually enjoy a stress-free life and not have to be worried about whether they have enough money for basic necessities. It could even be a new age of great innovations in science and technology.

    Libertarian socialism is the most true form of socialism there is. But as of today, it can’t be implemented on its own at such a large scale. The main reason is that it’s unlikely that vast amounts of the population develop class consciousness. In addition, we cannot transition from capitalism to socialism without a “dictatorship of the proletariat”, as because of class antagonisms, the bourgeoisie will make desperate attempts to cling on to their power. Also, throughout history there have been several attempts at libertarian socialist societies (such as the Paris Commune and Revolutionary Catalonia) which were proven to be too fragile to protect themselves against class enemies. In my opinion, there must be some sort of vanguard party that can help educate the masses on this sort of state of affairs and can help facilitate the transition from capitalism to socialism, and later, to communism. But it must be a democratically supported one, and new policies must be voted on with the support of the majority. This is why

    I agree the most with Marxism-Leninism in general.

    I’ve learned that in much of my previous elite education about practical examples of socialism throughout history, I was fooled. Many Western historians greatly exaggerate the death tolls of those countries as a result of animosity towards socialism and communism. Socialism did not make the quality of life worse for its inhabitants; in fact, it greatly improved them. Everyone received the benefit of affordable housing, food, education, and employment. Women earned the right to vote and to work in high positions. The industrialization process that began under Stalin helped the USSR lead the Allies to victory and also paved the way for later innovations in many other fields. I’m not saying that the Marxist-Leninist states of the 20th century were paradises, or utopias in any sense. They did have many flaws. For example, the Soviet Union spent too much on its military as a result of its antagonism with the US and other countries pertaining to the first world. There were instances of shortages of products in socialist nations. There was censorship, and it was difficult to travel to other countries. I sympathize with the USSR, but it does not mean that I want to remake the US into exactly what the Soviet Union was. We should learn from both the accomplishments and mistakes of socialist countries.

    I try hard to be as generous and compassionate as I can and you know u treat people the way I want to be treated. But I care very deeply about the well-being and justice of people, both economic and social. That is why I’m a communist.
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    In 1920’s Russia they had to pass out posters that said “its wrong to eat your children”

    It’s happening just like it did in Russia China and Venezuela. Read the naked communist and the Lucifer principle.
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    [pro-tip: click the setting icon in lower right of video(may need to click on 'youtube' in the lower right first and watch directly on the YT website to get the settings icon) and put videos on 1.5 or 1.75 speed if you can listen well and want to speed them up]



    How communists take over countries






    Reagan's speech 'A Time For Choosing'






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    and when you get the time and only after the above primers, Reagan's 1 hr 15 min speech on the communist conspiracy

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1c_PsUR1wvA




    They don't use the word 'communism' today because they know the negative stigma that has achieved among the American public and the fail that would bring - but make no mistake about it, it is the same exact Marxist scam and conspiracy used by a select few elite whose true goal is achieving Totalitarianism by them and enslavement of all of the rest of us, and which uses a mass of useful idiots who have fallen for their scam hook, line, and sinker to help those elite overthrow their countries and enslave them.
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    Originally Posted by ForAFewRepsMore View Post
    I'm pretty sure he is a very capable politician and government administrator.

    You have to possess superb knowledge and practical know how in governance and politics to survive in Chinese politics, let alone to reach the top.

    A Chinese politician must show proven track record to be able to climb up the ranks. Political competiton in China is not a popularity contest. I actually got to meet him very briefly at a summit, and he has good intentions with long-term goals of sustainability with the potential to build China as a powerhouse nation.
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    What's funny about the kinds of people who are wanting communism is if we were communist, they would probably hate it the most. These people either don't want to work, or think they should be paid better if they do work. One reason they can't get paid well is because there isn't anything they can do that someone is willing to pay them to do. They think if we were communist, they could be employed to paint murals on the sides of the buildings, or other arts and crafts. Oh how they are so wrong.

    Under communism, the state decides what the needs are. Your job based on your abilities. Those with the least amount of abilities will be given the crappiest jobs. They will have very little choice in the matter. They refuse to work, now they will have to deal with the authorities who will most likely just make things worse for them. The state decided they need to fill the concrete order. You aren't leaving until the order is filled. You try to leave a red guard is going to shoot you because by not working, you are stealing from the people. You'll be working so hard and so many hours in today's America you would have made 100K a year but under communist America you get a bowl of ramen noodles and maybe a potato if you are lucky, the bugs in it are extra protein.
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    Listen to the audio documentary nine commentaries of the Chinese Communist party. Youtube. This is how you dismantle a nation state. Straight out of the commie playbook.
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    Listen to the audio documentary nine commentaries of the Chinese Communist party. Youtube. This is how you dismantle a nation state. Straight out of the commie playbook.
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    Here it is in video form; full video playlist which is about 9 hours long.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HPg...64004A96BE76FA


    and here it is in PDF form -

    https://www.epochtimes.com/9pingdown...h/9ping_en.pdf



    It's amazing this is happening .... it's even more amazing that the vast majority of Americans don't even have a clue it's happening. This is why past Marxist revolutions have been so successful even though the revolutionaries were only a small percent of the total population.
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    What's funny about the kinds of people who are wanting communism is if we were communist, they would probably hate it the most. These people either don't want to work, or think they should be paid better if they do work. One reason they can't get paid well is because there isn't anything they can do that someone is willing to pay them to do. They think if we were communist, they could be employed to paint murals on the sides of the buildings, or other arts and crafts. Oh how they are so wrong.

    Under communism, the state decides what the needs are. Your job based on your abilities. Those with the least amount of abilities will be given the crappiest jobs. They will have very little choice in the matter. They refuse to work, now they will have to deal with the authorities who will most likely just make things worse for them. The state decided they need to fill the concrete order. You aren't leaving until the order is filled. You try to leave a red guard is going to shoot you because by not working, you are stealing from the people. You'll be working so hard and so many hours in today's America you would have made 100K a year but under communist America you get a bowl of ramen noodles and maybe a potato if you are lucky, the bugs in it are extra protein.
    I was thinking about this earlier today when I saw a moron with a hammer and sickle Facebook profile picture and he was bashing cops and police brutality and corruption. Like, bruh. If you hate cops now you will REALLY hate cops under communism when you won’t have our fancy pants bill of rights.
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    My parents started me off in school at age 3 back when there was no Kindergarten and first grade was for kids that were 6 years old. So, I have the benefit of 3 years of school before most people even started school.

    Then my parents switched me to private schools in 2nd grade at age 8. I changed private schools in 6th grade at age 12 and finished there at age 18. The work that I did in High School was well ahead of most other public schools. I took Advanced Placement (AP) classes and placed out of most math, science and english college classes. I would like to thank all my teachers at St. Christopher’s, but mostly, Dr. Ron Smith, my English teacher in 11th grade, without whom this long post would not have been possible.

    College was easy, since I had placed out of all the college classes, I started taking advanced 5000 level graduate classes and found the subject matter to be more enjoyable and the teachers to be better prepared. Since college was so easy, I worked full time and went to school and graduated with $0 in debt. I had a few great teachers that inspired me to go on to graduate school. Han Schroder, who worked with architect Gerrit Rietveld and grew up in his masterpiece the Schroeder House had the most impact of anyone on my career. She saw new technologies like computers to be the future in the same way the discovery of concrete was revolutionary in the 1920s. She was right. So, I focused on computers and the use of computers in design.

    I took a year off between college and graduate school to work on my portfolio since my BFA was in Design and the graduate programs for architecture required a portfolio, I didn’t just toss in some stuff that I did in school, I really worked on the portfolio. The process of actively focusing on a submission like that taught me a lot.

    I was accepted to graduate school at Virginia Tech at age 20 and worked hard. I was on student loans and working a graduate research assistantship so I was not making as much money as I was used to, but i was able to really get the most out of my time in graduate school. I had great instructors that taught me so much. I owe much of my success to them. I would like to single out Ron Daniel as one of my dearest friends and early mentors while I was in graduate school for all your guidance and your help in securing my internship.

    I did an internship at Skidmore Owings and Merrill in Chicago in 2001 and living and working in Chicago was great. I learned things that I could never have learned at school. The experience of being one of 36 super users out of 12 studios of 600 architects was amazing. I learned so much from the other 35 people there. By far the most important mentor at this point was David Childs, Senior Partner at SOM and designer of the World Trade Center.

    I finished my Masters in Architecture in 2003 and took a position as faculty at Virginia Tech at Director of the Multimedia Lab. We did 700 lab tours in the first 3 years and I headed up an active research and development effort. I met thousands of people and learned as much from them if not more than what they learned from me. My friend and colleague Dr. Ron Kriz was another important Mentor to me. He taught me everything i needed to know about being a part of the University community and how to cover my ass with an administrative paper trail.

    In 2004 after my lab opened at the University, I started taking classes towards my PhD since it was free as a member of the Faculty in Engineering. later in 2006, after winning a NewMedia Magazine Invision Award, I was offered an opportunity to become a founding fellow for the Center for Human Computer Interaction at Virginia Tech with 100 PhD level researchers. The work being done there added significantly to expanding my understanding. Dr. Jack Carroll and Dr. Ed Fox deserve most of the credit for being mentors at this stage.

    I started my consulting work in 2002 and formed my company G3 later that year. I was young when I started my company, less than one week from my first marriage. I learned a lot working with other people to help solve their problems. Learning is a process of doing, so the more you do, the more you learn.

    As I have worked and built my companies over the years I have traveled a great deal. For 5 years from 2000-2007 I was driving 50,000 miles per year spending about 1,000 hours per year in the car. I used that 5,000 hours to consume as many business books on tape and now on Audible as I could. I lost count at how many books at around 250 books. Consuming that much information had a profound impact on my success going forward.

    Over the years, I have built solutions for the US Dept of Defense, the US Dept of Homeland Security, the US Dept of Education, the US Dept of State, the US Dept of Health and Human Services and many others. Each project has been an opportunity to learn more and more. I also had great Mentors along the way like Carl Albero of AMSEC and SAIC.

    Fast forward to today and being a bodybuilder. I joined in 2016 at 190lbs and have contributed over 3,400 contests around the world and received over 21M dollars in under 6 months. I have learned a great deal more by working hard. Again, the act of learning involves doing something.

    So, you ask “Why don’t you speak to me directly?”, the answer is, it is has been a long 15 year process that has gotten me to where i am now. I consume more information per day than the average person and I continue to add to my base of knowledge every day. Looking back on my journey chronicled above, it is easy to see just how much I have done over the last 15 years. I thank everyone who had a role in my success along the way, my parents, my teachers, my colleagues and my mentors. Fck you.
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