“In the communist movement, a popular slogan stated that everyone gave according to their abilities and received according to their needs.” –Ruven Chu – Stanford University B.S. in Computer Science 2009, Daniel Lau – Stanford University B.S. in Computer Science 2009, Shane Moriah – Stanford University B.S. in Computer Science 2009, Amos Schallich – Stanford University B.S. in Computer Science 2008
Well, it’s looking like I will not be able to do anything for any of you since I hold the labor power, and it’s looking like I will not be needing anything from you Communist nerds either since I curiously hold the means of my own production at the same time; except to simply say “No” to you while maintaining the security of myself and my property.
You know, that whole “Constitution” thing people usually babble on about at the Role Playing Game conventions, but never seem to take enough time to understand when it comes to the real world, is still something very important. Someone’s personal, tribal, communal, and national constitutions are still important no matter how many times your Communist icons, idols, and celebrities ordered and many times personally carried out the murders of hundreds of millions of innocent people over these last 150 years or more.
Sticking money in my face, and sticking a fine ass little Chinese college girl in my face like business bargaining chips aren’t going to sate the hunger I have of wanting to rid the world of your ideology either, just so you know. I do not negotiate with blatant Communism if I am still afforded a rational choice and logical ability to do anything other than business with Communists.
America, The Red Scare of the 1950s was not a political stunt. It was a warning. It is a warning. It is a warning from the past. If you don’t believe me, talk to the surviving Korean War veterans.
That’s all for now. -EJH