Of course The Socialist Party doesn’t tell people they’re going to take their money, that would mean they were being honest about what a crap-fest Socialism really is.
And c’mon, they just want to abolish capitalism and its money …
Which is basically taking people’s money but we digress.
We don’t tell people we are going to "take their money". We tell people we are going to abolish capitalism and its money. pic.twitter.com/JlIf1CeueU
— The Socialist Party (@OfficialSPGB) October 15, 2019
No money needed.
Only working 10 hours a week.
No more worries about money, bills, debts, mortgages, rent, etc.
A far friendlier and pleasant society.
HA HA HA HA HA
Carol Roth said it best:
This is my favorite parody account on Twitter. And it is not even intended to be a parody! https://t.co/C8KSafYbKh
— Carol Roth (@caroljsroth) October 15, 2019
They’re even funnier parodies when they don’t mean to be.
No, that's still my money you thieving nitwits.
— TheCarston (@TheCarston) October 15, 2019
— That Is One Bad Take (@ItsTheArrow) October 15, 2019
You'll abolish nothing and like it.
— John Blackout (@ReigningBrain) October 15, 2019
collective ownership always sounds good (especially when people compare the struggle of their daily lives) but it never works.
— . (@relevant_post) October 15, 2019
That’s taking people’s money! If you take away private ownership, you’re taking money! From the CEO down to the shareholder
— CPrice (@CPriceDenver) October 15, 2019
Which is people’s money.
— B (@Texan__Pride) October 15, 2019
But they don’t want to take people’s money!
They said so.