ObaNineteenth Century Income-Redistribution Dictators
This school of socialism dissected with great acuteness the contradictions in the conditions of modern production .... the crying inequalities in the distribution of wealth.
Twentieth Century Income-Redistribution Dictators
|Vlad (Lenin) the Wealth Spreader|
|Joe (Stalin) the Wealth Spreader|
|Joe the Time's Man of the Year|
Twenty-First Century Income-Redistribution Dictator
The Supreme Court never ventured into the issues of redistribution of wealth .... because the civil rights movement became so court focused ... (it lost track of) powers through which you bring about (income-)redistributive change.
I'm not optimistic about bringing about major (income-)redistributive change through the courts .... a process that essentially is
hichever century, it's more of the same.
- Contemporary communism is not only a party of a certain type, or a bureaucracy which has sprung from monopolistic ownership and excessive state interference in the economy. More than anything else, the essential aspect of contemporary communism is the new class of owners and exploiters....
This is a class whose power over men is the most complete known to history. For this reason it is a class with very limited views, views which are shaky because they are based on falsehoods. Closely knit, isolated, and in complete authority, the new class must unrealistically evaluate its own role and that of the people around it....
When the new class leaves the historical scene — and this must happen — there will be less sorrow over its passing than there was for any other class before it. Smothering everything except what suited its ego, it has condemned itself to failure and shameful ruin.
- Milovan Djilas, Totalitarianism and Violence
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