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Posted by Alexander on December 5, 2001 22:30:54 UTC

freedom. It is ALWAYS trade-off. You can not be free when you live in society. That is what Marx was teaching about freedom - there is no freedom without responsibility. In fact, "free world" have more regulations, laws and sub-laws than any "tyranic" society. I was shocked by bureaucracy and amount of paprwork in US compared to russia when I encounterd it shortly after my arrival. No one believes your words here in US - you always have to prove everything by carrying various papers, IDs, permissions, passwords, etc. No one gives you any money unless you give them collateral to hold. Everyone tries to charge you - even government for what they are already paid by your taxes. And various junk fees are everywhere. Indeed, "The Land Of The Fee".

Lenin said that socializm should not be free of control and regulation. But "free world" has so much MORE control and regulations, that it easily dwarfs so called "non-free" societies.

So, enjoy the "freedom" of being watched, recorded, documented, controlled, regulated, double-charged and being quickly abandoned when you run out of money. Not JUST abandoned, but completely stripped - no more house, no more cars, no doctors, no education, no nothing.

Socialism does not take you shelter (house or apartment) if you lost you job. Nor does it limit your acces to best doctors available. Nor should your children quit university. Bottom line is covered.

But but not in the "Fee world".

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