Why is human nature compatible with being a feudal slave but not a communist slave? I asked this same question a week ago and didn't get a good answer.
>>15629881What's the difference?
>>15629881It’s not compatible, your premise is wrong. People suffer greatly under those conditions and others because they’re not natural
>>15629886So for all of human history they were practicing human nature incorrectly until just a few decades ago? Fascinating.
>>15629881nobody has ever argued that leftytroon.it's not compatible with the totalitarian communist slave drivers giving up their power willingly at some point in the future just because something called "withering away of the state" is supposed to be in effect.
>>15629887I don’t know if you know this anon but people didn’t wake up under Stalin and say “this is exactly what I want”, people in oppressive societies are stuck there. Feudal serfs were literally sold with the land. They are stuck doing what they’re doing because armed bands and armies under command of other men will slaughter them, punish them greatly or put them in cages if they don’t do their part.
>>15629888I argued that, pedotroon.
>>15629881Feudalism withered away when capitalism became a thing you've to argue why it's more natural than capitalism leftytoon
>>15630001But it's become popular to say capitalism has existed since the Stone Age. Capitalism to them means "people engaging in commerce".
>>15630007According to whom?
>>15630009dude just go to /biz/ for 2 minutes or watch fox business for 2 minutes.
>>15630012>go to /his/>rant about people not on /his/ lel
>>15629881Why is human nature compatible with being a capitalist slave?The answer is nobody is okay with any of it, except the same rich plutocrats who control every system regardless of what youd call it.
>>15630007That's correct. History does not have strict stages defined by the "relations of productions" which progress linearly one after another until the final stage of socialism is eventually reached.
>>15629881I think a lot has to do with the fact that Feudalism was necessary. And it didn’t really take that long to break down when it wasn’t needed (When the elites could no longer defend their serfs).
>>15629881because there is an aristocratic outlet in feudalism for the bold and ambitious while the slackjawed masses of followers plowed. You just got to go somewhere else and prove yourself on the battlefield or do some epic trading. Of course, depending on time, the structure is more or less inflexible.