Posts Tagged Marxism for Exploiters

Marxism in One Page

on January 3, 2010 by eldar in Evolutionary Marxism, Comments (0)

No, that’s not “Marxism for dummies’. As usual on this site, the use of brain is not optional. However, if you are willing to use that strange organ in your […]


Social System of the United States in Pictures

on November 26, 2009 by eldar in Evolutionary Marxism, Comments (0)

What do you think is the social system of the United States? Capitalism?


Smallpox of the American Economy

on November 17, 2009 by eldar in Corporate Parasites, Evolutionary Marxism, Comments (0)

Imagine a group of people, a sort of community, where everyone works together and is supposed to share the results of their joint efforts. There is a hierarchical structure of officials who control the work process and distribution of benefits. People at the top define vision and goals of the whole community. Those who contribute to these goals are rewarded; those who do not contribute are punished. The hierarchical structure of power is used to ensure that. The community may be large enough and encompass hundreds of thousands of people. What would you call such a community?


Why bother learning marxism?

on August 15, 2009 by eldar in Evolutionary Marxism, Comments (0)

Now, seriously, why would you want to learn Marxism? The straight answer is: you wouldn’t. What you would want to learn are the basics of the economics, the science about the laws that govern our life, pops up around in visible forms, and hurts everyone starting from Bush’s war games and Enron and to the moronic management of the company, you are working for.


Marxism for Exploiters

on August 10, 2009 by eldar in Evolutionary Marxism, Comments (0)

You always wanted to make money. But then, once on a party, you overheard a conversation. A stately man, looking like a professor from the local university, mentioned that modern societies are divided into two classes of people: the ones who make money, and the ones who are getting all these money. Suddenly, idea of making money stopped looking so attractive and you started to consider the means to join the second group.