User talk:Rev 22
You wrote "Socialism: is the mode of society in which goods are exchanged according to people's needs..."
What are goods in your opinion? (possible translation-problem) In my opinion goods only exists in capitalism, because goods also inluded labor and trade. Do You mean things? --X 07:49, 4 May 2006 (UTC)
For goods i meant any commodity that can be exchanged, like food, clothes etc, not labor or trade. Perhaps Marx's theory definition of "goods" includes labor, so I will correct the definition. Thanks for pointing out the problem. ~Rev 22 11:22, 4 May 2006 (UTC)
Socialisme is commen te be misunderstood in many facets of the word. Socialism is a way of life in which you can freely give and receive back your needs by expressing them in any kind of way... Knowledge and food don't have to have a price the way they make it. Life just ain't that easy in many cases. Cases.. No.. Lifes...The need of money is exaturated in the modern society's. Money should contribute something to life. In this capitalistic sociaty everything has a price. Some just can't affort. That should not be necescary. Some are blinded by materialistic dreams. But materialisme is not human, and in that way not social. Socialisme cannot be defined in one word of sentance there are many books about it. I suggest that you should read one, just one. ......... Sorry This is not my site, but I feel free to post this comment. If you don't want me doing it, I will stop and the owner is free to edit it :D:D Thanx for linking me!!! :D:D .. --Miss @ 18:11, 11 May 2006 (UTC)
Thanx for reading my stuff!!! If you want to contact me? Feel free to do so.. (omitted to avoid spam)--Miss @ 20:27, 11 May 2006 (UTC)
Hi Rev, could you please sysop me on meta, then I can help with clearing up some spam/vandalism :) (special:nuke is for admins only). Thanks. Koekje 07:08, 12 September 2007 (UTC)