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Old March 3rd, 2016, 05:43 PM   #31
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Hello. It has been a long time since I commented here. To refresh I am a hard line Socialist. I strongly support the Democrat party and I renounce all individual rights. I believe only a strong collective with a ruling party to guide them is the answer to humanity. I believe we all seek freedom from the burden of individualism. Sorry for the rather long personal introduction to this thread.
what if the collective ruling party decides that you need to make your own decisions? what if the government rules that everyone needs to work on making individualism something thats not a burden?
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what if the collective ruling party decides that you need to make your own decisions? what if the government rules that everyone needs to work on making individualism something thats not a burden?
Then, that would no longer be a collective society. Obvious answer. That is why I support communist/Socialist control. Capitalism should be a capitol offense for anyone attempting it. Individualism will always be a burden. People making decision on having children for instance. Look at all the single parent kids, especially minorities. Look at the amount of resource being used on that. Would it not be better for the state to decide who can have children? Would it not be better for mandatory pregnancy testing and abortion? Mandatory birth control? Would a single voice bringing order to this chaos of individual choices not make more sense. Would it not be the greatest freedom to no longer have the burden of deciding where your going to live, how many kids, where you will work, how to pay your medical bills, grocery, utilities. Would it not be better for the state to do this for the people as a collective? Of course it would.
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They absolutely should. The penalty for not carrying insurance on each firearm possessed should be life without parole. I also think if you own a firearm then wherever your firearms are stored should be open to inspection by government officials 24/7. Failure to allow inspection would be a stiff prison term of 25 years at least. I think each round of ammo should be taxed at a rate of not less than 1000.00$ as well. It is time we end this tea party republic once and for all. Bernie has done so many great things for this nation. Awakening a great beast in the working class at last.
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Then, that would no longer be a collective society. Obvious answer. That is why I support communist/Socialist control.
yes it is, its a collective society where everyone has decided to collectively be individuals.

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Capitalism should be a capitol offense for anyone attempting it. Individualism will always be a burden. People making decision on having children for instance. Look at all the single parent kids, especially minorities. Look at the amount of resource being used on that. Would it not be better for the state to decide who can have children? Would it not be better for mandatory pregnancy testing and abortion? Mandatory birth control? Would a single voice bringing order to this chaos of individual choices not make more sense. Would it not be the greatest freedom to no longer have the burden of deciding where your going to live, how many kids, where you will work, how to pay your medical bills, grocery, utilities. Would it not be better for the state to do this for the people as a collective? Of course it would.
i agree. and i have decided that, for the good of the collective, you need to die. please kill yourself immediately, failure to do so will be met with lethal force.
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Neither. The ones who attempt to coerce people into making choices. A true collective society would be devoid of the burden of individual choice. Health care, safety, housing, food would all be provided.It will be the ultimate in freedom
If it would be the ultimate in freedom, what would we be free to do? As we're told?

Freedom is being free to make our own choices, not freedom from choices.

Freedom from choices would be akin to being a convict in a prison.
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If it would be the ultimate in freedom, what would we be free to do? As we're told?

Freedom is being free to make our own choices, not freedom from choices.

Freedom from choices would be akin to being a convict in a prison.
you mean its not just another word for nothing left to loose?
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you mean its not just another word for nothing left to loose?
Is that you, Kris?
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