Quote Of The Day

“While a wide variety of governments in this century have used slave labor camps, mass death due to man-made famine can be fairly described as an original Communist invention. For ideological reasons, Communist governments almost invariably seek to “collectivize” agriculture; i.e., to expropriate peasants’ farms. But while Marx thought that Communist revolution would occur only in highly industrialized societies, in actual fact most Communist governments came to power in countries in which “peasants”, or farmers, were the large majority of the population. In combination, ideology and objective conditions made Communist states choose between abandoning their theories or waging war on the majority of their own citizens”. —Museum Of Communism

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