Next question today. Hey David, I noticed that you don’t use some of the Soviet terminology that is becoming in Vogue with part of the left, like calling people comrades and talking about things being read in a positive way. Why don’t you use that terminology? Listen, I’ve sort of talked about this before. Um,…Read More Why Don’t You Use Soviet Terminology Like “Comrade?”
What is the deficit, and what is the debt? And why does it matter? The deficit is falling this year! Getting the deficit down Budget deficit Don’t deal with the deficit Running an enormous deficit Tackle the debt and the deficit left behind by the last Labour government You’re going to hear a lot in…Read More What Is The Deficit?
For almost 70 years during the 20th century, Eastern Europe, Central Asia and modern-day Russia all made up one global power – the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – also known as the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union was involved in almost every significant historical event after its formation in 1922. After its collapse in…Read More The Collapse of the Soviet Union
Potatoes, beets, cabbages! Salted cabbages were taken by the whole barrel. All edible goods were taken away. When the food was taken away, peasants were also forbidden to seek it elsewhere. To buy, exchange or earn. They were dying. And they were not allowed into the cities. Special guards prevented these dying starving people from…Read More Soviet Genocide of Ukrainians
Hello and welcome, I’m Gina Shakespeare, today on Declassified, Did Barack Obama, Sr. Meet a Soviet Spy on a Washington Farm? Plus we meet an American traitor of the highest order. This story by Trevor Loudon, Just before we get underway, Please feel free to subscribe, like and hit the notifications button. You can also…Read More Did Barack Obama, Sr. Meet a Soviet Spy on a Washington Farm?
Capitalism is unstable, capitalism is unequal, and capitalism is fundamentally undemocratic. I want people to make their own choices about how they live their lives, the professions they lead, where they want to work, and what they do. And capitalism offers that potential. Slavery it did it with masters and slaves, feudalism did it with…Read More Capitalism vs. Socialism: A Soho Forum Debate
The 1998 movie “Antz” follows an Ant named Ze. At the start we see him attend a therapy session. He talks about many symptoms of alienation in the working class. He says that he can’t stand his job, that nobody worries about him and that he feels like he will be alone for his entire…Read More Antz (1998) – A Marxist Analysis
“I know that he called Henry Ford one of his own personal hero’s who if you don’t know which I wouldn’t be surprised if you didn’t, he was a Capitalist and he also received support from Capitalist companies such as IBM so that they could get punched cards in for their information and track them…Read More Nazi Germany: National Socialism—RedScare TV Debunked Part 3