d5450

d5450 wrote (edited )

In the 60s in the soviet union, my whole family on my fathers' side lived in a small room the size of an average living room under capitalism. They could hardly afford clothes and had to wear a pair of shoes for years. They couldn't afford a car, yet they worked hard for their state. If this isn't called being poor, idk what is.

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d5450 wrote

Sorry, not much into politics. I just believe in the US constitution fully, what's that ideology called. And I'm no psychopath parasite. I would prefer everyone live a happy and free life, but our reality is different.

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d5450 wrote

The thing is, it's still better than any other ideology. Under anarchy everyone would just kill and rob each other, under communism everyone would be starving and poor, and under fascism everyone would be not as hungry but still poor and a slave to the government.

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