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You know, there are things in life which are totally incomprehensible, then again, one of the lessons that we learn as we mature and grow older is that much of what made sense earlier in our lives does not make any more sense today and, vice-versa, much of what we thought was irrational before, nowadays, seems obvious and becoming. Somewhere in-between, however, there are seemingly inexplicable situations which crudely defy logic. This axiomatic controversy is particularly true when dealing with the prevalent political landscape of our United States of America today – then again, it may not be as inconsequential as we thought it was.
I personally believe that all I see going on in our nation today defies all rationales. The actors must know something I don’t – it is that inexplicable. Specifically, it all transcends the whys and wherefores - at times dangerously bordering on the surreal; it is that outré.
Americans - Karl - Marx - Name - Doctrines
To most, if not all Americans, Karl Marx is an unbeknownst name and so are the socio-political doctrines he first professed to the world in his Communist Manifesto published in 1848. Matter of fact, regretfully, the word “communism” is just as extraneous to most Americans as is Marx – no challenges to the intellect whatsoever.
In the Manifesto, Marx and co-author Friedrich Engels, present to the world what they thought was a pragmatical approach to class struggles. The Manifesto summarizes Marx and Engels’ theories concerning the nature of society and politics, featuring ideas on how “the capitalists societies would eventually be replaced by socialism”. To be sure, make no mistake about it, the terms ‘communism’ and ‘socialism’ are, as far as I am concerned, inexorably linked to each other, so much so, you can liberally use them interchangeably without concerns of possibly altering their meaning and essence.
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