Thesaurus for che guevara
Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for che guevara
Che Guevara, Revolutionary leader of Cuba which overthrew the Bautista Regime in the late 50's
Hasta La Victoria Siempre
Communism is the final stage of the political reform started witha revolution, according to Marx. First masses of workers will rebel in a industrialezed country; they will implant a socialist government in order to adapt the country for later changes. After private property is banished, and the people possess everything, thenthere will be no need for government, thus the state will be destroyed, to form a society with no social classes. It important to remember that Marx knew that the mentality of man needed to change in order of this to work. He believe in the concept of the "new man" who was humble and just. It is also important to remeber did not believe in a country alone with this structure, but he believed that the whole world adapt to this change. Given this, it is safe to say that no country has ever achieved communism, and anyone who has a sense of equality do agree with this utopia.
No, Russia was not communist, neither is Cuba.
How old people in Alabama and possibly in other Southern states insult younger people.
My Grandpa: You want me to fix you a sandwich?
Grandpa: Are you sure you're not hungry?
Grandpa: You must be communist.
Actual: An economic system in between capitalism and communism, advocating collective ownership of the means of production and distribution of goods.
Slang: Anything that a right winger doesn't like.
The national highway system is an example of socialism.
That atheist socialist Hussein wants to impose Sharia Law and gay marriage on America!
Spain, African, and Chinese
creating the most diverse racial tone and slang language, music, politics, intruments, etc.
Cuban to me it means multi-racial of many talent.
next to alot of other beautiful countrys of the caribbean and those who are not.
Tight country i'm proud to be C.CAN
Tight Country. etc... I mean Playa de Varadero, Old Havana, Valle de Yumuri, Villa Clara, Santiago de Cuba. dale
An bloke who's been pissing Americans off with style for 40 years!!!
'Worried, his as worried as Fidel Castro'
An academic label for someone who adheres to the theories, or methods, of Karl Marx, who proved that society can be studied by science. The term is confused by a lot ignorant asshats who are unable to parse Marxism from small 'c' communism; the latter being a very specific type of society, whereas Marxism is more a way of understanding how the world is shaped by material conditions and the imperatives of class power, which are the real motor forces of history.
Marxists are defined by the methods they use to analyze society and develop systematic conceptualizations of its contradictory features, not by a strict political doctrine as is often believed.
A human being who believes that the most harmonious state of affairs would be for all to get a fair shot at financial sucess. This belief is not motivated by his own selfishness as a capitalist would have you think, but is in actuality an honorable difference of opinion. In the 1930's farmers in the mid west were plowing their corn under because it was unprofitable, and at the same time millions across America were starving. Capitalists see this as logical, while socialists find it abhorrent. In short, socialism is about production for use, not profit.
Everyone calls me a socialist because I think universal health care is more important than Ross Perot having 28 cars.
A socio-political economic theory developed from the various writings of Karl Marx and Friederich Engels. Often misrepresented by ignorent and spoilt middle-class kids who have no concept of what it is to live within the disprivaleged working-class that has no hope of escaping their position.
Its *nothing* like the Proletarian Bonapartism (Stalinism) that has existed. Communism has *never* existed - stop comparing apples to oranges and read the bloody Manifesto you thick, rich, bastards.
Pick up a fucking book you thick cunts. Its called "Das Kapital".
1. Most commonly referred to in the form of an uprising. Usually by the people who are doing the revolt, the high powers consider it a rebellion.
2. Also a full orbit around a planet (for satellites/moons) or star (for planets).
The origin is interesting: Copernicus published a book in 1543 (apparently it's title is contraversial) Called something to the effect of: "On the Revolution of Heavenly Spheres". The Heavenly spheres is the part in question: some say it's Heavenly Orbs, celestial spheres, Heavenly bodies... but I went with the most common theory.
This book caused such an uprising, that the word revolution gained it's new and now common meeting.
1. Viva la revolution! (The revolution lives!)
2. It takes 365.24 days for the Earth to make a full revolution around the sun (according to the atomic clock), which is why our leap year adds another day every four years-- to make it reach 365.25. Because these numbers don't match exactly, our years are actually inaccurate, moreso as time goes on.