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    (Original post by the mezzil)
    That's what I think most forms of socialism.

    You don't know anything about my knowledge of socialism, so you are in no place to make judgements.
    Er... You posted this.
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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...ar-attack.html

    Socialists are nothing more than vile, sick and abhorrent people.

    Mocking a boy who got killed by a Polar bear just because he is more affluent than them? Just goes to show the underlying cruel and vile opinions many left-wingers have.
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    Socialist Worker is basically the socialist party.
    You haven't demonstrated any awareness that the Socialist Worker is, er, published by the Socialist Workers Party, otherwise known as the SWP. It's quite a niche party, to be honest. How old are you? The SWP describes itself as "far-left" and has not been mainstream/popular since the 80s, at least.
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    Er... You posted this.

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    You haven't demonstrated any awareness that the Social Worker is, er, published by the Socialist Workers Party, otherwise known as the SWP. How old are you? The SWP describes itself as "far-left" and has not been mainstream/popular since the 80s, at least.
    Yes I have. Read the first page. Pretty sure I said that exact thing.

    And 19.
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    (Original post by SocialistIC)
    :dontknow: I worry for people who vote UKIP
    I would rather be in a room full of UKIP members than in a room full of vile humans who think there should be more polar bears in order to eat children.
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    (Original post by the mezzil)
    I would rather be in a room full of UKIP members than in a room full of vile humans who think there should be more polar bears in order to eat children.
    Right, because that's a requisite of being a Socialist, isn't it?:rolleyes: Have you ever considered using some kind of intellectual maturity in any debate you've ever been in?
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    (Original post by the mezzil)
    National socialism, Trotskyism, Stalinism, Maoism, Marxism-Leninism .. or would you like me to group you all together?

    Because socialist hate rich people. They wish for a revolution to overthrow them. Revolutions usually end up in violence. So a socialist paper which broadly represents socialist opinions and principles making fun out of a dead rich CHILD purely on the basis of him being affluent just goes to show the underlying vile opinions and bullying thoughts most socialists have.
    Please grow up, this is ridiculous generalisation and frankly smacks of indoctrination against socialism - did you go to private school by any chance, a friend of mine who did has similar reactionary views calling all lefties communists and knows astronomically more about Russian history than me. I could say the exact same stuff about right wingers. That you all from the fruitiest UKIP guy to the wettest Tory want to return us to a feudal society where serfs are hung for stealing food they produce for their masters' parties. It's tosh either way.

    I am a socialist and I don’t want a revolution. The main socialist force in this country, which provided the middle-class impetus within the early Labour party, has been Fabian socialism, which advocates precisely the opposite: incremental change. I think you'll find the idea of violent revolution applies mainly to extremist ideologies derived from pure application of Marxism and taking root in a particularly troubled society, such as Soviet communism.

    I certainly wouldn't mock the death of a privileged child (and by the way nothing is more redolent of the dead hand of state-sanctioned aristocratic power than Eton College, it's not a symbol of the magic of the free market) but rich people are certainly more automatically worthy of criticism, or at least closer scrutiny, than poor people. That is because being rich makes you powerful, and power always needs checking.
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    (Original post by the mezzil)
    National socialism, Trotskyism, Stalinism, Maoism, Marxism-Leninism .. or would you like me to group you all together?

    Because socialist hate rich people. They wish for a revolution to overthrow them. Revolutions usually end up in violence. So a socialist paper which broadly represents socialist opinions and principles making fun out of a dead rich CHILD purely on the basis of him being affluent just goes to show the underlying vile opinions and bullying thoughts most socialists have.
    remember how the Tsar's children were murdered by the socialists ? nothing changes.
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    (Original post by the mezzil)
    Yes I have. Read the first page.

    And 19.
    I did read the first page. That's the problem. Consistent conflation of the Socialist Workers Party (for crying out loud ) with socialism.

    You're -that- old? Really?

    So, you study socialism, do you? Aren't you also constantly making threads on nothing degrees and Mickey Mouse degrees? Often backed up by newspaper articles that have no relevance to the point you're trying to make?

    Seems legit.
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    (Original post by the mezzil)
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...ar-attack.html

    Socialists are nothing more than vile, sick and abhorrent people.

    Mocking a boy who got killed by a Polar bear just because he is more affluent than them? Just goes to show the underlying cruel and vile opinions many left-wingers have.
    The whole scenario was a joke. None of this would have happened with the application of common sense, none of it. Knowingly wandering into the habitat of starving polar bears is dangerous. I can appreciate the appeal though, I'd definitely do it myself. What I wouldn't do however, is venture into such territory with irresponsible individuals that are inadequately trained in the use of weapons. Neither would I travel with such individuals that show such alarming levels of incompetence made obvious by the measures they took regarding for example their polar bear defenses. They were broken. Maybe they might not have noticed they were broken, which still requires a laughable level of incompetency, except they DID notice they were broken. And the measures they took to correct the errors? Paperclips. They fixed defences they relied on to keep starving predators at bay, using paperclips.

    I'm compassionate myself but the shockingly mind numbing levels of intelligence and wit that those responsible for the trip failed to show, is something I'd actually expect in a Adam Sandler Comedy.


    Mocking the affluent is a right earned by the poorest of society, never forget. The right was earned in blood, the blood of those that die due to curable disease, the blood of those that work in exploited conditions and the blood of those made to fight eachother over squabbles that ALL find their root cause at the necessity for the largest possible profit margins. They die because of money. That's it, its that simple.

    Jolly ol' Horatio died because of alarming incompetence. Had he not, he'd have gone on to be a doctor with next to no financial concerns all stemming from an education provided to him by chance of birth.
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    (Original post by SocialistIC)
    Right, because that's a requisite of being a Socialist, isn't it?:rolleyes: Have you ever considered using some kind of intellectual maturity in any debate you've ever been in?
    Well isn't that exactly just what the paper is advocating? “another reason to save the polar bears”.
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    (Original post by the mezzil)
    I would rather be in a room full of UKIP members than in a room full of vile humans who think there should be more polar bears in order to eat children.
    You're in luck then, as I doubt the readership of the Socialist Worker would fill a room. It shows how far you are removed from reality that you think it represents the views of your average left of centre Briton.
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    (Original post by the mezzil)
    I would rather be in a room full of UKIP members than in a room full of vile humans who think there should be more polar bears in order to eat children.
    What about UKIP members (serving as borough councillors, no less) who think legalising same-sex marriage caused UK flooding?
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england...shire-25793358
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    Typical politically correct righties getting outraged on behalf of others and trying to curtail free speech because they're offended by something.
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    (Original post by the mezzil)
    I would rather be in a room full of UKIP members than in a room full of vile humans who think there should be more polar bears in order to eat children.
    Of course, the right need as many children as they can get their grubby little hands on.
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    (Original post by scrotgrot)
    Please grow up, this is ridiculous generalisation and frankly smacks of indoctrination against socialism - did you go to private school by any chance, a friend of mine who did has similar reactionary views calling all lefties communists and knows astronomically more about Russian history than me. I could say the exact same stuff about right wingers. That you all from the fruitiest UKIP guy to the wettest Tory want to return us to a feudal society where serfs are hung for stealing food they produce for their masters' parties. It's tosh either way.

    I am a socialist and I don’t want a revolution. The main socialist force in this country, which provided the middle-class impetus within the early Labour party, has been Fabian socialism, which advocates precisely the opposite: incremental change. I think you'll find the idea of violent revolution applies mainly to extremist ideologies derived from pure application of Marxism and taking root in a particularly troubled society, such as Soviet communism.

    I certainly wouldn't mock the death of a privileged child (and by the way nothing is more redolent of the dead hand of state-sanctioned aristocratic power than Eton College, it's not a symbol of the magic of the free market) but rich people are certainly more automatically worthy of criticism, or at least closer scrutiny, than poor people. That is because being rich makes you powerful, and power always needs checking.
    No I went to a state comprehensive.

    The rich have largely worked for their money, the majority of poor have not. They earned it. (not talking about inheritance)
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    (Original post by the mezzil)
    Well isn't that exactly just what the paper is advocating? “another reason to save the polar bears”.
    I've already said that I hate the Socialist Worker and it doesn't speak for me or indeed most Socialists but you seem intent on running me around in circles. Might I suggest you get your head out of your arse, read a few books and grow up. Maybe then we can have an interesting and insightful debate.
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    (Original post by scrotgrot)
    You're in luck then, as I doubt the readership of the Socialist Worker would fill a room. It shows how far you are removed from reality that you think it represents the views of your average left of centre Briton.
    QFT. QF(tf)T, my friend.

    Now, what do you think about the readership of the Morning Star? I've actually seen that for sale. I think it's got a much wider readership that the SW. I think there are at least five people who buy in my town. Of course, there are 200,000 people resident in my town, so...
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    (Original post by Octopus_Garden)
    I did read the first page. That's the problem. Consistent conflation of the Socialist Workers Party (for crying out loud ) with socialism.

    You're -that- old? Really?

    So, you study socialism, do you? Aren't you also constantly making threads on nothing degrees and Mickey Mouse degrees? Often backed up by newspaper articles that have no relevance to the point you're trying to make?

    Seems legit.
    Socialist worker Party has pretty socialist policies and outlook. Don't see the problem here. Not exactly anarchists are they?

    No, I study history. Socialism often comes up.
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    (Original post by SocialistIC)
    I've already said that I hate the Socialist Worker and it doesn't speak for me or indeed most Socialists but you seem intent on running me around in circles. Might I suggest you get your head out of your arse, read a few books and grow up. Maybe then we can have an interesting and insightful debate.
    I dislike, both on a personal and a political level, Socialists.

    Did or did the paper not write that about the boy? Yes or no?
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    (Original post by n00)
    Of course, the right need as many children as they can get their grubby little hands on.
    No that's Catholics.
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    (Original post by the mezzil)
    Socialist worker Party has pretty socialist policies and outlook. Don't see the problem here. Not exactly anarchists are they?

    No, I study history. Socialism often comes up.
    Far-left. Far-left. Funnily enough, they recently hit the news for deciding they had “no faith in the bourgeois court system to deliver justice”, if we want to talk about anarchism.

    The party is now imploding a̶l̶l̶ ̶2̶0̶ ̶m̶e̶m̶b̶e̶r̶s̶ even more than it did before you were born.
 
 
 
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