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    Default Communist Party, I LIke To Be Ahead of the Curve

    Anyone know the laws on starting a Communist Party. I have decided to become a Communist, I figure I'll be ahead of the curve. Look at China, they are doing well under Communism. I figure if I start the Party here I would be a leader and I'm sure, like Obama, leaders don't go hungry.

    National Communist Party? South West States Communist United Against Rich People? Help me with a name? I think a good name is a starting place!

    Under OBAMA'S new tax cut, we have ONLY $800 a month more employee taxes, also, they comes to each employee as minus $20 a check per week average....WOW! Tax those "Rich Bastards"....

    Anyone know what "PURGE UNDESIRABLES" mean in the Communist Manifesto? I kind a like the phrase.
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    Just join the democrat party, then sign up for a seiu union job. Walla, now your f'n commie. It's that simple.
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    Default I Don't Want to Work, I'm in Management

    I want to be a leader.

    If we Nationalized Facebook, Apple, Google, BP Oil, Standard Oil, General Motors, Ford, Honda and Toyota, everything would be Bunny, Ducky and Kitty.

    Well, we'd need to Nationalize McDonalds, In and Out, Carl's Jr, Burger King and Wendy's. Then, we'd take over the film industry. Actually, I'd Nationalize everything by the Boat Business and barber shops....well, maybe prop shops.

    Think about this as "FAIRNESS". Nationals all casinos, including Indian as they should pay their fair share also.

    Everyone could ride the bus for free, trains would be free too!

    MEDICAL CARE IS ALREADY "FREE", SO ALL WE'D NEED IS FREE HOUSING AND FREE FOOD. Yes, we'd Nationalize Ralph's, Alpha Beta, Albertson's but I'd give an exemption to Stater Brothers.

    We, the people, would own all these businesses.......Then, we would print money as needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brgrcru View Post
    Just join the democrat party, then sign up for a seiu union job. Walla, now your f'n commie. It's that simple.
    I have to agree with brgrcru on this Ron.
    My guess is you would way ahead to find a job discription that can be unionized and open a local for that job. It can be ANYHING that isn't already unionized.
    I have to believe that there are still one or two "occupations" that aren't unionized yet. Chances are, most of your members will be Mexican.

    But this is the face of Communism in this country today, aside from the DNC and the Democrate party, and memebers in general.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Hill View Post
    Anyone know the laws on starting a Communist Party. I have decided to become a Communist, I figure I'll be ahead of the curve. Look at China, they are doing well under Communism. I figure if I start the Party here I would be a leader and I'm sure, like Obama, leaders don't go hungry.

    National Communist Party? South West States Communist United Against Rich People? Help me with a name? I think a good name is a starting place!

    Under OBAMA'S new tax cut, we have ONLY $800 a month more employee taxes, also, they comes to each employee as minus $20 a check per week average....WOW! Tax those "Rich Bastards"....

    Anyone know what "PURGE UNDESIRABLES" mean in the Communist Manifesto? I kind a like the phrase.
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    Default Purge Is A Great Word

    Once our Comrades elect us, we will begin to Purge those who are "RICH" and those that seek to speak their minds on the net.

    GN-7 and I could run on the same ticket, "The Free Every Thing Party"... Why work when the government can print money?

    PURGE is a "COOL WORD" better than abortion!


    Purges of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
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    Purges (or simply purges, Russian: "чистка", chistka – "cleansing") with a "small-p" purge was one of the key rituals during which a periodic review of party members was conducted to get rid of the "undesirables".[1]

    According to Sheila Fitzpatrick, in her book Everyday Stalinism, such purges were conducted especially during the Cultural Revolution in Soviet Union "bringing excitement into the workday bureaucratic routine".[2] Such reviews would start with a short autobiography from the reviewed person and then interrogation of him or her by the purge commission as well as the attending audience.

    Although this term is mostly associated with Stalinism, the first major purge of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union ranks was performed by Bolsheviks as early as 1921. About 220,000 members were purged or left the party in 1921. The purge was justified by the necessity to get rid of the members who joined the Party simply to be on the winning side. The major criteria were social origins (members of working classes were normally accepted without question) and contributions to the revolutionary cause.

    The first purge of the Joseph Stalin era was performed in 1929–1930 according to the resolution of the XVI Party Conference. Over 10% of the Party members were purged. At the same time a significant number of new members, industrial workers, joined the Party.

    The next systematic Party purge in the Soviet Union was declared in December 1932 to be performed during 1933. During this period new memberships were suspended. A joint resolution of the Party Central Committee and Central Revision Committee specified the criteria for purge and called for setting special Purge Commissions, to which every communist had to report. Also, this purge concerned members of the Central Committee, Central Revision Committee, which previously were immune to purges, because they were elected at Party Congresses. In particular, Nikolai Bukharin, Alexei Ivanovich Rykov, and Mikhail Tomsky had to try hard to defend themselves during this purge. At this time, of 1.9 million members, about 18% were purged.

    In itself, the term was innocent enough: within 1921–1933 in the Soviet Union, for example, some 800,000 people were purged or left the Party, but suffered no worse fate. But from 1936 onwards, during the Great Purge, the term changed its meaning, because being expelled from the Party came to mean almost certain arrest, imprisonment or even execution.

    Following Stalin's death, purges as systematic campaigns of expulsion from the Party stopped and loss of the Party membership meant only loss of possible nomenklatura privileges.

    How many died in the Russian Revolution?

    How many people was died in the result of the Russian Revolution ...
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    1 answer - May 13, 2009
    Top answer: approx 20 million. Actual numbers are almost impossible to find though. The Russians wasted more people that Hitler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Hill View Post
    Anyone know the laws on starting a Communist Party.

    Anyone know what "PURGE UNDESIRABLES" mean in the Communist Manifesto? I kind a like the phrase.
    We already have a commie party you can join. Go to a couple meetings with ram and try it out. In commie countries, by law you have to have a job. Odd how the commie party has not really caught on in the ghetto.

    Purge means murder. Lots of idealists have found this out, the commie party uses them, and then murders them. True believers don't mind being murdered cuz their cause is so noble, their only allegiance is to the party. These are the same peeps that get a tingle up the leg when they hear Obama speak.

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    Then, we'd take over the film industry.
    Nationals all casinos, including Indian as they should pay their fair share also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Hill View Post
    Once our Comrades elect us, we will begin to Purge those who are "RICH" and those that seek to speak their minds on the net.

    GN-7 and I could run on the same ticket, "The Free Every Thing Party"... Why work when the government can print money?

    PURGE is a "COOL WORD" better than abortion!


    Purges of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Purges (or simply purges, Russian: "чистка", chistka – "cleansing") with a "small-p" purge was one of the key rituals during which a periodic review of party members was conducted to get rid of the "undesirables".[1]

    According to Sheila Fitzpatrick, in her book Everyday Stalinism, such purges were conducted especially during the Cultural Revolution in Soviet Union "bringing excitement into the workday bureaucratic routine".[2] Such reviews would start with a short autobiography from the reviewed person and then interrogation of him or her by the purge commission as well as the attending audience.

    Although this term is mostly associated with Stalinism, the first major purge of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union ranks was performed by Bolsheviks as early as 1921. About 220,000 members were purged or left the party in 1921. The purge was justified by the necessity to get rid of the members who joined the Party simply to be on the winning side. The major criteria were social origins (members of working classes were normally accepted without question) and contributions to the revolutionary cause.

    The first purge of the Joseph Stalin era was performed in 1929–1930 according to the resolution of the XVI Party Conference. Over 10% of the Party members were purged. At the same time a significant number of new members, industrial workers, joined the Party.

    The next systematic Party purge in the Soviet Union was declared in December 1932 to be performed during 1933. During this period new memberships were suspended. A joint resolution of the Party Central Committee and Central Revision Committee specified the criteria for purge and called for setting special Purge Commissions, to which every communist had to report. Also, this purge concerned members of the Central Committee, Central Revision Committee, which previously were immune to purges, because they were elected at Party Congresses. In particular, Nikolai Bukharin, Alexei Ivanovich Rykov, and Mikhail Tomsky had to try hard to defend themselves during this purge. At this time, of 1.9 million members, about 18% were purged.

    In itself, the term was innocent enough: within 1921–1933 in the Soviet Union, for example, some 800,000 people were purged or left the Party, but suffered no worse fate. But from 1936 onwards, during the Great Purge, the term changed its meaning, because being expelled from the Party came to mean almost certain arrest, imprisonment or even execution.

    Following Stalin's death, purges as systematic campaigns of expulsion from the Party stopped and loss of the Party membership meant only loss of possible nomenklatura privileges.

    How many died in the Russian Revolution?

    How many people was died in the result of the Russian Revolution ...
    answers.yahoo.com › ... › Arts & Humanities › History
    1 answer - May 13, 2009
    Top answer: approx 20 million. Actual numbers are almost impossible to find though. The Russians wasted more people that Hitler.
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