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Capitalism is Killing You.

There is a Cure.

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abraxaes Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014
“The trouble with Communism is the Communists, just as the trouble with Christianity is the Christians.” 

“Communism doesn't work because people like to own stuff.” 

Your basically trying to argue with everything humans have done throughout history, own stuff and be dominant towards each other.

Communism doesn't work by the very nature of human psychology disagreeing with it, if you want examples of people who've tried to majorly try and change people's thoughts and opinions but failed, just look at nearly every socialist/ Communist/ Leninist ect ect, leader.
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NastyNoise Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
im not communist , but i really hate capitalism, and ''That'' country... you know the one that is england's son
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sonrouge Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2013
So why is the standard of living always better in semi-capitalist countries than in communist countries?
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Saint-Tepes Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Capitalism doesn't kill people, people kill people.
What cure do you want Lenin? Ah I know, state capitalism :D you're favorite.
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RTJDudek Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
At least capitalism does not use NKVD/KGB and network of GULAGs. Those killed more people than capitalism is said to have killed.
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mdod Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012
Pure lie.
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RTJDudek Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Communism is pure lie.
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MortuaryJoe Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice work. Do you mind if I post this on the bulletin board at my apartment complex?
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wulfric82 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Please do so! Feel free to add any local contact info to it as well, if you like.
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MortuaryJoe Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks.
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wulfric82 Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Be sure to check out our facebook page! [link]
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DaLong8 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012
great job comrade, speak the truth! :salute:
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Blitzkriegoperative Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Lenin wants you!
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Overlord299 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012
Because communism solved so many of the worlds problems when we tried it last time.
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mdod Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012
When it was introduced, it did. Try not to compare the world nowdays with that world, this will save you a lot of nervous cells.
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ComradeRichard Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012
Enough. No, seriously, enough. Just go away. You come in here to throw out a snarky comment all the time while presenting little to nothing in support of your supposedly 'leftist anti-communist' views. The few times you do present an argument you resort to logical fallacies almost as poorly thought out as sonrogue. Your opinion will never change and you know damn well you'll never change ours.

So you can continue to be anti to an ideology you disagree with, the one thing that's always sickened me but never surprised me is the inability of the left sided politics to band together on damn well anything. Though maybe that's just because rightists would sell their souls for a bit of money and power and have no issues getting in bed with even the worst of themselves.
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Overlord299 Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2012
Actually I do hold debates, I have had several since my arrival and found them to be quite interesting. And who are you to say my view of the world is logically flawed when you follow a system so rife with flaws that it is nothing short of a miracle that it got off the ground in the first place?
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mdod Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012
More on "it is nothing short of a miracle that it got off the ground in the first place" please.
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Overlord299 Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012
Communism, as outlined in the communist manifesto, is very vague. Ordinarily I would forgive that as many political ideologies are vague in areas, being to rigid is a serious problem and can cause the collapse of movements (Australian Democrats being a good example of a political party and the Australian Republic movement being a good example of a political movement). However, Communism is far, far to vague on vital things. Things like economic theory, on which Marx is very vague, only outlining the bare nessecities (Not surprising, he was a philosopher, no an economist).
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mdod Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2012
Marx is very specific when he describes economiсs. He's carefully described what workers of different countries ate, how much and how often, he describes working conditions, and many other things are very well described. Yes, maybe sometimes Marx is vague when talking about the theory, but new theories are always not clear even for authors. Capitalism came without any theory at all, people just were doing it, acting capitalistically.

In my opinion, problems arose not because the theory is vague or not -- every theory (as any development project) can be refined or extended after implementation; the general problem is that the theory idealizes people. So, despite my believe in communism, I don't believe that the communism comes earlier than in one or two thousand years. People are not ready yet (including me) -- people need to have a very large internal discipline.
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ComradeRichard Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2012
The mere fact that you are anti-something? Politically, you pick your stance, you argue it, to just try to attack and assault upon another ideology is the act of a child. I have my views, I disagree with many other views, I do not seek to actively brainwash or kill off those that disagree with me.

As for the fact that it was a 'miracle', it's because we fought damn hard to make ourselves legitimate in history. Though capitalists write the history books. However, people like you constantly piggyback other movements, when they fail, you swoop in, alter the system as you see fit. And look what the world has to show for it, a dying global economy reliant on an old socially backwards that itself relies on a totalitarian corporatist police state. I don't like you, I don't like that you actively seek to get rid of my political beliefs, and I damn well don't have to take this crap from someone like you.

Maybe you'd be happier in the McCarthyist era.
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mdod Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012
Wow! Russia is a mess because of wild capitalism and greedy oligarchs that actually support that mess. Late USSR was a mess because men at the top were tool old. Eastern Europe has the problems? They never were communistic actually. China moves in quite right direction, unlike Western Europe. Cambodia? Pakistan and Afganistan still recovering from what Britain did.

After tsarism with 80% illiterate people, WW1, revolution, civil war, WW2, USSR builds itself, producing e.g. powerful space industry. USSR lost moon race just because it supoported two concurrent moon programs, not a single one like in US. First in world nuclear plant in 1954. And lets take US - no wars, no revolutions, richest country in the world races with the bloody muddy bolsheviks.

And Russia STILL exploits what was built in USSR, especially oil/gas production, new deposits almost not developed. All grand plants and mills were built in USSR, new plants are built mostly by foreign companies. And that stupid oligarchs, total shame.
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Overlord299 Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2012
For starters, I hate McCarthy he was a rude unpleasent man who used the Red scare to accuse decent hard-working people of being communist for political gain and is a truly despicable man in nearly every way that it is possible.

Communists fought hard to get what they had and I respect that, even praise it (I am a capitalist and being determind enough to overthrow a government the size of Russia is no mean feat when almost everything is against you). I take exception to your assertion that I piggyback on other movements, I am an ex-communist who say what had happened to the 'workers paradise' and refused to bow to the Stalinists, so I was kicked out. Can you blame me for viewing the ideaology with a bit of cynicism interspersed with suspicion?

And to address what you said about the economic climate right now. Did the communists do any better? Russia is a mess, Eastern Europe is a mess, China has no idea about what it is doing, Cambodia is still recovering from what Pol pot did to them and don't even get me started on the DPRK.
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mdod Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012
Wow! Russia is a mess because of wild capitalism and greedy oligarchs that actually support that mess. Late USSR was a mess because men at the top were tool old. Eastern Europe has the problems? They never were communistic actually. China moves in quite right direction, unlike Western Europe. Cambodia? Pakistan and Afganistan still recovering from what Britain did.

After tsarism with 80% illiterate people, WW1, revolution, civil war, WW2, USSR builds itself, producing e.g. powerful space industry. USSR lost moon race just because it supoported two concurrent moon programs, not a single one like in US. First in world nuclear plant in 1954. And lets take US - no wars, no revolutions, richest country in the world races with the bloody muddy bolsheviks.

And Russia STILL exploits what was built in USSR, especially oil/gas production, new deposits almost not developed. All grand plants and mills were built in USSR, new plants are built mostly by foreign companies. And that stupid oligarchs, total shame.
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Overlord299 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012
First thing, Russia was a mess because of massive nepotism and corruption in the communist party, not because it's leaders were old. Eastern Europe was controlled by the communist parties that answered directly to the Soviet Union and were not communist? What the hell kind of logic is that! are you saying Enver Hoxha, Joseph Broz Tito, Mátyás Rákosi, Klement Gottwald, Nicolae Ceauşescu, Wilhelm Pieck and Valko Chervenkov were not communists and they were just playing pretend?

And why the question mark after Cambodia. Have you never heard of the Khmer Rouge or Pol Pot? One of the most brutal dictators (Right Behind Nicolae Ceauşescu, Josef Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Nicholas the 2nd of Russia and Mao Zedong) in modern history? Have you never heard of the Cambodian killing fields, where 2 million people lost their lives working for the "glorious revolution"?

The Soviet Union didn't start wars? How about the Soviet invasion of Xinjiang, the Soviet-Japanese war (Which was in direct violation of a treaty they had singed with Japan), the Soviet Invasion of Hungary, The Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia, The Soviet-Chinese border wars and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. To name just a few, not to mention the countless rebel groups they supported with guns, tanks and bombs.

The USSR had such a powerful space program (Not industry, PROGRAM) because they managed to get better Nazi's after World War 2 and ignored absolutely all safety guidelines, from a purely statistical standpoint the Soviet Space Program had a much, much higher mortality and failure rate than NASA ever did.

Sorry for the Lateness of this reply but I have had to prepare for the AGM and haven't had time to respond to you.
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mdod Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012
1. "Russia was a mess"
I supsect that when you're being spelling "Russia" you really mean "USSR". That's true, isn't it? First, you should have learnt about difference between "Russia" and "USSR", because there were many other nations. Second, maybe Russia (that monarchic one) was a mess, but after-1960 USSR wasn't.
And after all, open your eyes finally, I said "Russia IS a mess", not "WAS".

[<Long list of persons>]
Yeah, I see that you just copied from wikipedia all the leaders of all europian communistic countries. That exlains why list contains Tito and text contains phrase "[...] that answered directly to the Soviet Union [...]". You are stupid enough to omit that Tito never directly or indirectly obeyed to USSR. Yes, other countries were communistic and obeyed to USSR, but "obey" and "be communistic" are rather different things, and that's because they're named differently.
Oh, and did Eltsin pretend communist? Other ex-communistic bureaucrats in USSR? Yes, they obviously did.

2. OK, let's start it

Soviet Invasion of Hungary: the REAL fight (second phase) began AFTER many of hungarian communsists, secret agents and USSR combatants were brutally murdered. 2500 hungarians died? But many of them was communsists and secret agents. How many "fighters for freedom" died? 1250? 1000? 500?
The Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia: fear of a repetition of what was in Hungary.
The Soviet-Chinese border wars: wars, not invasion. Reasons are clear and acceptable. Go read about it first prior noticing it.
The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan: quite stupid, USSR supported legitimate current government of Afghanistan.

And what's the audacity one should have to blame USSR in the fact that colonization of Cambodia by France led to the war with France (125,000-300,000 civilians dead), then to the civil war (in common, 200 000 - 600 000 dead), and finally to the rise to power of uncontrollable fanatics. One have to be an idiot to include the Khmer Rouge in the communist movement. Or a scum.

* USA wars:
- Philippine–American War (1900) - Philippine war for independence
- United States occupation of Nicaragua (1912) - war for independence
- United States occupation of the Dominican Republic (1965)
- Operation PBSUCCESS (1954), democratically elected president was replaced by pro-american repressive dictatorial regime.
- War in Laos (1953): direct involvment of US - massive bombagement etc. (despite of US neutrality agreements with Laos)
+ current wars for oil

* Britain wars:
- Second Boer War (1899) - war for independence; that's the war when the Britain invented and introduced concentration camps (surprize - not nazis!)
- Anglo-Aro War (1900) - war for independence
- War of the Golden Throne (1900) - war for independence
- Third Anglo-Afghan War (1919)
- Irish War of Independence (1919)

(citate)"To name just a few, not to mention the countless rebel groups they supported with guns, tanks and bombs."(end of citate)

And have you ever noticed that the wars the USSR fought were exactly at the BOUNDS of the USSR, and MOST of wars listed above are fought by respective countries far from their bounds? You didn't? Or that's OK?

BTW, some list of Britain achivements.
Hunger in India:
1800—1825: 1 mln.
1825—1850: 400 000
1850—1875: 5 mln.
1876—1878: 2.5 до 10 mln
1899—1900: от 1,25 до 10 mln
1865—1917: 23 mln
1942-1943: 5 mln

Holodomor in Russia: 600 000 - 2 mln

2nd World War War achivements
Allies bomabage of German:
305 000 — 1,5 mln civilians
>1 mln German captives
and surprise! 59 000 french civilians

Japan-Soviet war: only after a allies' pressure Stalin agreed to start the war.
Casualities: 84 000 militaries.

Japan-US war:
Total: ~650 000 civilians
Hiroshima ~100 000 civilians
Nagasaki ~70 000 civilians
Tokio ~100 000 civilians
Okinava ~142 058 civilians
Special note for IDIOTS - CIVILIANS.

Tactics used is wise and effective: the first group of planes dropping deadly cargo on the outskirts of the city, trying to place it in the ring of fire, and the subsequent groups were bombing inside the circle. F**k, bloody SU didn't even realize that people can be killed so easy!

You should understand that in democratic country, everyone is responsible for all the things the goovernment do. So everybody who voted for Truman is responsible for the Hiroshima and Nagasaki, have you ever realized that, fool?

3. Stupidly, PROGRAMS cannot exist w/o INDUSTRY. "ignored absolutely all safety guidelines" - !d!*t, several USSR cosmonauts once came to Kremlin to ask to launch them as fast as possible, but government didn't agree - safety and image of USSR were much more important.
Number of cosmonauts and astronauts dead in action: Total:22, USSR:5, USA:16, Israel:1.

4. OK for lateness, and not OK for tons of lie you've shat.
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mdod Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012
Are you mad? Or maybe insane? Sometimes instead of arguing it's easier to tell an idiot GTFO estupido.
[F**k! F**k!!11 Nicolas II was a brutal dictator? Stupid illiterate westeners]
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ComradeRichard Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2012
Well, I concede, as I hold no love for Stalin or Chinese-like 'communism'. But, honestly, what I see as communism - at least by a definition which I feel comfortable with, is a relatively strict state with a strong welfare network so everyone has a chance to live, I don't mind economic flexibility. The one thing both sides of the political spectrum seem to not understand is that having a rigid economy is essentially putting an expiration date on your entire country, it needs to be flexible, as things almost never stay the same and need to be adapted to.
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Overlord299 Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2012
There in lies one of the problems, Communism means many different things to many different people, so does capitalism. Many capitalists I am sure do not support my idea of "humane" capitalism (Treat the workers fairly or communist revolution, don't burn forests to the ground because you have to spend money on a new forest, etc.) The problem is that people have commited atrocities in the name of communism (The "purge" being a fine example of this) whereas most capitalist systems that do this are actually control economy single party dictatorship (which many people assume means communism). and i feel like I have gone off topic somewhat. oh well.
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awesomecrafter Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Even if there was humane capitalism, wouldn't the higher classes still be better off and getting more money because they're using the working class to make products to sell? Socialism would mean that people are working for each other, not for money. If the world economy was based on what was needed to satisfy humanity's needs, then that would be perfect, wouldn't it? There wouldn't be war if people believed in the socialism theory because they wouldn't need to fight for more land or resources as they would know everyone owns an equal amount.
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wulfric82 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It did. I just had a great conversation with someone who lives in Croatia, the former Yugolsavia. She said the people remember what things were like under Tito and would GLADLY go back to communism if possible. They had enough - not rich, but enough, and had good, free medical care, went on vacations, and had some money to spare, things were good. There are many other stories like hers of real people that grew up under communism that remember what it was really like and would give anything to get that back. Don't swallow the propaganda of a dying capitalist system trying to blind people to its own demise. Fight back.
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sonrouge Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2012
When you benefit from system that steals from Peter to pay Paul, should it really be any surprise that you don't see a problem with it? Some people aren't concerned with morality; they just want their three squares a day and don't care where they come from or who suffers because of it.

Have you talked to the people communism didn't help? The people who actually had to produce and then watch the fruit of the labor be confiscated because it belonged to the people?
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Overlord299 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012
Ever been to Poland? or Romania? they got screwed over pretty badly by communism. If there had been more leaders like Tito and less like Stalin, Mao and Pol pot then things might have been different, but I doubt it. After Tito died things in Yugoslavia went to hell very quickly. Regardless of the his politics, He was a damn fine man and the world could with more like him.
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The-Necromancer Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing piece of agitprop, comrade.

This will very shortly be shared via Facebook for all the Wisconsin comrades that I'm in touch with. Not to mention those who do not know of the Party's position and alternative to the current system.
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wulfric82 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you, Comrade!
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CHAOSWITHUS Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2012
coming soon-dr. Ленин)nice work-fave
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SovietSweetieBelle Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I love how the CPUSA symbol has a hammer that's also a sickle. It's like 2-in-one tool, it's brilliant! Also it looks cool and can be used to show others your political stance at any time without having both a hammer and a sickle, you can just have that.
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wulfric82 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You mean its kinda like a political spork? I like the old school hammers and sickles myself, but whatevs.
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SovietSweetieBelle Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Yeah, it should be a real tool for those that require both a hammer and a sickle for their work.
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EraGaga Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
FUCKING TRUE!!!! :steaming:
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