Weekly Prompt. Let it fly and be flung


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. Let it fly and be flung

The stuff, the stuff…and to think, some things you read are even based on reality, ha? It is near humorous that one could even dream that “reality,” whatever that is, would ever really play a roll, or even a, turkey sourdough bun in anything, be it out of a Tennessee Williams production, edible, or otherwise, or even a roll that is simply a pigment of the imagination, a shade of what lurks; a shade of light; a shade of wrong or wrong. And so is American communism; the illegitimate son of old Karl himself. Somewhere along the line, the economic stuff that held it together, the glue just skipped a beat, making the hammer or the cycle slice a nose or some other body part when it should have been concentrating on more enlightened philosophical stuff and “committed” theoretical and economic analysis by him and his German buddy, Engels. Sort of a high blown preachy socialism with a twist, “Das Kapital,” didn’t plug any holes or mend any fences, but was merely a verbose citation of society and feminism in the 19th century; Not, real different to some modern beliefs (with a twist). So, it is all pretty tough to understand, until you add just a dash of German existentialism and a sprinkling of Russian…Turgenev, romanticism? Ignore life the differences between Nietzehe and Marxist views on moral, morality and the general decay of the human spirit. Now, if that isn’t negative, I don’t know what is! The works of Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini, and Nietezhe were all practically required reading for reactionaries in that day and age.

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