Posted 1 year ago on June 28, 2012, 2:21 a.m. EST by TitusMoans
from Boulder City, NV
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In an earlier exchange with another nameless party, the poster insisted border and national sovereignty were absolutely necessary for some unknown and yet unexplained reason. The respondent went so far as admonish me that the ideas of Karl Marx had no place in these here sacred United States.
The title of this post comes from The Communist Manifesto by none other than my rival's villain. Ah, yes, but Marx's next sentence explains, "We cannot take from them [the workers] what they have not got." As long as workers are exploited, they have no country, they have only one another. And to succeed in wresting power from the 1%, they must concentrate only on uniting regardless of gender, of borders, of culture, of whatever separates them.