Karl Marx Rebuttal: Debunking Communism From 'The School of Life'
This video was a looooong time coming. It seems almost daily some leftist troll is espousing the wonders of socialism. Usually from a device which was created through capitalism. Yes, we're looking at you SJW hipster, Bernie Sanders supporters, tweeting about how horrible the free market is from your iPhone. Most startling is that this video in support of Karl Marx has seen a resurgence in no small part, due to Bernie voters. No really, peep the comments. So it required a rebuttal. We've done so in video format, so you don't have to read any more words. #Caring.
Again I must point out you watched that video from YouTube.com. Using a device which was created through ingenuity, made possible by capitalism. I'd also like to point out your glasses or contact lenses, shirt, pants, socks and shoes? Also made available to you via capitalism. The bike you ride? Possible because of capitalism. The deoderant you never buy? Capitalism. In fact, as pointed out in the video, you'd be hard-pressed to find something you use daily, which is a product of Marxism. The only thing Marxism creates is misery. Mostly equal misery, sure. Except for those powerful people at the top, of course.
Lesson? Just because you're a giant turdmongrel with zero ambitions, zero creativity, or zero self-worth does not mean you are owed someone else's work crafted through their ambition, creativity or self-worth. That's not equal. That's not fair. That's real greed. Marxism only works if the government takes by force from people who create, to give to you zombies who do not. Via force. I can't emphasize that enough. If you want something you do not have, and want the "government to redistribute it because fairness," you're demanding the government use force to get it for you. That makes you a bastard. And a loser.
If you support such a thing, you're a horrible human being. Re-watch the video. Take a bath. If you're still a Che Guevera t-shirt-wearing commie, then harm yourself. Violently.