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Decky wrote:People like you are too used to dictatorships to understand why someone might be opposed to living in one
Decky wrote:As for me being lumpen.
The Marxist Internet Archive writes that "[lumpenproletariat] identifies the class of outcast, degenerated and submerged elements that make up a section of the population of industrial centers" which include "beggars, prostitutes, gangsters, racketeers, swindlers, petty criminals, tramps, chronic unemployed or unemployables, persons who have been cast out by industry, and all sorts of declassed, degraded or degenerated elements.
Decky wrote:A great deal better off.
Anyway the Roman conquest didn't have much effect on us in the long term. You would be better off using the Saxon conquest and the Norman conquest in your question (the fact I had to explain this to you shows how little you know about our history).
Decky wrote:Stalin's Soviet Union was the most democratic state in the history of human kind. For once the working class were free to thrive and grow without the landlords and capitalists stealing all that they produced. What could possibly be more democratic than that?
Ned Lud wrote:The employment of German mercenaries by the local bosses was hardly a 'Saxon conquest'. The latest estimates of German numbers in the Fifth Century, are going as low as 10,000 (they seem not to have used sails, so their rowing-boats were essentially troop boats), whereas the Population of Roman Britain is now estimated on archaeological grounds at over four million. The last book on the subject I read suggested, rather convincingly, that the local British bosses, like 'Cerdic' (Caradog, Caractacus) in Wessex, came to rely on their retinue/warband to such a degree that they adopted their language and their children intermarried. Who cared about nationality or culture when class-control was at stake?
B0ycey wrote:The ability to vote perhaps? Does it matter if the land is owned by one man or hundreds? Either way, Stalin staved the working class into obedience, took away their land, food and rights and still managed to trick his stooges to this day, 65 years after his death, into believing he was a Socialist. Who says propaganda can't affect the gullible into believing it over actual testimony from true working class Soviet Russians.
Decky wrote:You think the Norman rapists and murders had a progressive impact on the country?
And you are still supprised we want to be free of imperialist Eurotrash?
Potemkin wrote:And if the Romans had never conquered Britain, it would likely still have been invaded and colonised by the Germanic tribes during the Age of Migrations. The residual wealth left from being part of the Roman Empire's trade networks (while those still existed) just made it a more tempting target for takeover, that's all.
Decky wrote:Stalin's Soviet Union was the most democratic state in the history of human kind.
In the whole of my long life, I have never met a more repellent personality than Yezhov's. When I look at him I am reminded irresistibly of the wicked urchins of the courts in Rasterayeva Street, whose favorite occupation was to tie a piece of paper dipped in kerosene to a cat's tail, set fire to it, and then watch with delight how the terrified animal would tear down the street, trying desperately but in vain to escape the approaching flames. I do not doubt that in his childhood Yezhov amused himself in just such a manner and that he is now continuing to do so in different forms.
The only comparison I can think of is if Decky, immortal Goon and Potemkin, all suddenly came on the forum tomorrow and started denouncing Cultural Marxism.
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