How Communism Works". In a perfect world, everyone would have food and shelter, and a true utopian society would be devoid of sexism, racism and other forms of oppression.
But for most of the world's population, this perfect society just isn't possible. Communism is one proposed solution to these problems. Most people know what communism is at its most basic level. Simply put, communism is the idea that everyone in a given society receives equal shares of the benefits derived from labor.
Communism is designed to allow the poor to rise up and attain financial and social status equal to that of the middle-class landowners. According to the philosopher Frederick Engels' "Principles of Communism," the plan for ultimate financial and social equality is built on the principle that the system should spread around the world until all countries are on board [source: Engels]. Who are communists, and why do non-communist cultures consider them radical? 5 UFO Sightings That Even Non-Crazy People Find Creepy. The Washington D.C.
UFO Incident Between July 13 and 29, 1952, a series of UFO sightings were reported over Washington D.C. Witnesses would include an Air Force pilot, people on the ground and, in case you're the type to never trusts the testimony of fallible human beings, we have readings from two separate radar stations. The Unsettling Evidence: The first substantiated report came on July 19, when air traffic controller Edward Nugent, of Washington National Airport... or "Ted" to his friends. ... noticed seven unidentifiable objects on his radar. Even more interesting is that almost the exact same thing happened on July 26, only a week later.
"Should I kill this? " That was enough to attract the attention of President Harry Truman. The Official Explanation: "Problem solved. " - Project Blue Book We find that it's a lot easier to cover things up when you ignore the eyewitnesses. It didn't matter. It worked like a charm! The Valentich Disappearance OK, so there were a few thousand after that. The Smithsonian’s Hardcore History Posters Rule. Iraq War Coalition Fatalities. WarsOfTheRoses.com - Wars of the Roses. Dontaskdonttell.png (PNG Image, 612x792 pixels) - Scaled (81%) Facebook: April 14th 1865. Have you ever wondered what Abe Lincoln’s Facebook posts would have been like, if he used Facebook?
No? Me neither, but now I know! What seems like a really silly thought is actually very funny after all. Wylo at Cool Material has somehow uncovered the Facebook history archives, and displayed them for our enjoyment. The Truth About Christmas [NSFCWCC] (Not Safe For Christians Who Celebrate Christmas) It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
The wonderful holiday season where we all come together and deck the shit out of our halls and jingle all the way. Because if you’re gonna’ jingle why half ass it? You jingle all the way damn it! But most importantly, Christmas is the celebration to mark the birth of the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Wrong. I don’t know why the truth angers people so much, especially when it comes to religious beliefs and customs but I explained what I am about to explain to you to a few “Christians” last year and it was not well received.
Let’s start with the easy stuff. Contrary to what you may think, Christmas wasn’t even a widespread holiday celebrated in colonial America. The truth is, Christmas and all of its glorious paganism date back thousands of years, even predating the birth of JC himself. One of the best examples of this is the Christmas tree. How come no preacher or pastor ever mentions this verse, let alone anywhere near Christmas time? Remember the War - Remembering our heroes - 13th November 2011. Do Humans Matter? The 25 Biggest Mysteries of History.
100-Year-Old Color Photos of Pre-Revolution Russia. Have you ever wondered what Russia looked like shortly before the revolution, but aren’t satisfied with black and white photos? Well then, you owe Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii a debt of thanks. While color film was still years away from development, the chemist-turned-photojournalist developed his own solution to capture the vivid colors of his native home. Using color-filtered glass plates, he photographed a scene in red, then blue, then green and then put the images together to reveal a colorized portrait. His amazing photographs, taken from 1909 to 1912 show what Russian life was like for everyone from peasants to noblemen before the country turned to communism.