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Your ideas on socialism?
02-04-2016, 07:16 AM (This post was last modified: 02-04-2016 07:18 AM by Mider2009.)
Post: #11
Yup it does

Btw what does communism have to do with it?

We're talking apples and oranges.

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02-04-2016, 07:36 AM
Post: #12
I was thinking the same thing..
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02-04-2016, 07:50 AM
Post: #13
Well, socialism is based on the solidarity which is pretty much a communal thing (hence communism), both of these concepts stem from Marxism. Many things in socialism and communism are related, for the example public ownership
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02-04-2016, 07:53 AM
Post: #14
\sigh here we go again..
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02-04-2016, 07:56 AM
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(02-04-2016 07:53 AM)A LEADER Wrote:  \sigh here we go again..

Yeah, "sigh". A LEADER, I live in a social democratic country, my country was also part of the soviet union, but if you don't like what I say, then let's check wiki:

Quote:The modern definition and usage of "socialism" settled by the 1860s, becoming the predominant term among the group of words "co-operative", "mutualist" and "associationist", which had previously been used as synonyms. The term "communism" also fell out of use during this period, despite earlier distinctions between socialism and communism from the 1840s.[46] An early distinction between "socialism" and "communism" was that the former aimed to only socialise production while the latter aimed to socialise both production and consumption (in the form of free access to final goods).[47] However, by 1888 Marxists employed the term "socialism" in place of "communism", which had come to be considered an old-fashion synonym for "socialism". It wasn't until 1917 after the Bolshevik revolution that "socialism" came to refer to a distinct stage between capitalism and communism, introduced by Vladimir Lenin as a means to defend the Bolshevik seizure of power against traditional Marxist criticisms that Russia's productive forces were not sufficiently developed for socialist revolution.[48] A distinction between "communist" and "socialist" as descriptors of political ideologies arose in 1918 after the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party renamed itself to the All-Russian Communist Party, where "Communist" came to specifically mean socialists who supported the politics and theories of Leninism, Bolshevism and later Marxism-Leninism;[49] although Communist parties continued to describe themselves as socialists dedicated to socialism.[50]

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02-04-2016, 08:04 AM
Post: #16
Wow Akenu you really got alot to prove... Lmao
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02-04-2016, 08:07 AM
Post: #17
(02-04-2016 08:04 AM)A LEADER Wrote:  Wow Akenu you really got alot to prove... Lmao

If you are thinking Adler then you are correct ;-)
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02-04-2016, 08:13 AM
Post: #18
Have fun trolling.
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02-04-2016, 08:13 AM
Post: #19
Trolling, really? A LEADER, have fun with that mindset ;-). Anyway, topic is socialism.
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02-04-2016, 08:25 AM
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Your reputation precedes you..
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