Just a friendly reminder that communism is the true beta uprising. Capitalist bankers and rich people are 99.9% chad and Communism aims to overthrow them. You fascists are being played as fools
>The power of the statist socialists or communists is every bit as noxious as that of the bourgeoisie. It may even be more so, when it conducts its experiments with the blood and the lives of men. At this point, it does not take long to revert surreptitiously to the premises of bourgeois power: it no longer has any fears about having recourse to the worst of means, lying and deceiving even more than any other power. The ideas of socialism or State communism become redundant: it no longer avails of them, laying hands instead upon any which might help it to cling to power. In the last analysis, it merely uses new means to perpetuate domination and become more cowardly than the bourgeoisie which strings the revolutionary up in public view whilst Bolshevism-communism murders and strangles on the sly.
>"progressive" "left" calls me literally hitler
>right calls me literally swedecuck
>other socialists call me literally maoistcosplaynews
Normies will never understand these maoist third worldist feels
Communism is harmful to so called "betas". Take away money and what are you really worth? Communism aims to replace capital with labor. What this means is that the only thing you are worth is your labor. In capitalism, you can get away with not working because people see labor as a means to aquire money so they can do the things they want. If you already have money, no point in working.
In Communism, what is someone who does not work worth? Nothing. Your only value is your contribution to the "society". Which is why you will be forced to work, lest you end up wasting the already scarce resources.
>the far-left decries Fascism and call it a horrible machine that killed millions
>ignores the fact that Stalin killed more people directly than both Hitler and Mussolini combined.
>ignores the fact that Nazi Germany was actually somewhat less authoritarian than Russia, and the average German citizen did not generally have to live in fear, unlike the U.S.S.R.
>ignores the fact that Fascism was far more effective at both economic revival and bringing the people together than Communism ever was.
As Mussolini said "the 20th century will be remembered as the century of Fascism."