Clever thinking from The Urban Dictionary:
A pyramid scheme masquerading as a quasi-socio-political economic theory, first developed from the various writings of Karl Marx and Friederich Engels, and later embellished upon by intellectual luminaries such as Vladimir Lenin, Leon Trotsky, Josef Stalin, Mao Tse Tung, and Che Guevara. Often Marxists will attempt to misrepresent their system of ideas as something “progressive”; in truth the system in practice most resembles a form of secular feudalism.
Marxist societies, being in essence kleptocratic in form, invariably fail once the economy of the nation so ruled has been bled white. Thereafter, such a failed nation is said by Marxists to have been instead an example of some form of proto-fascism; terms such as “Proletarian Bonapartism”, “state capitalism” , and other such equivalent nonsense. The equivalent is for Nazis to claim that a true fascist state has never existed, that detractors ought to read Mein Kampf to get the true story of what Nazism is truly about, etc (see David Irving).
A common misconception Marxists like to spread is that their system of economic and social management is codified in texts by Marx/Engels, such as ‘Das Kapital’. If one takes the time to read such texts, it becomes readily clear that not only are they woefully out of date (referring to issues that were important in the 19th century), but that for the most part the analyses the theory is based on is mostly utter nonsense (see “labour theory of value”). In actual practice both the analyses and theoretical applications of Marxism are meant for people at the bottom of the pyramid scheme to absorb; those at the top use the theory to justify mass thievery, mass murder and class genocide.
Marxism as a theory is a precursor to fascism and, later, Nazism. The key difference between these two systems is that early Marxists believed people should be robbed, enslaved and murdered based on their class and/or vocational identity; Nazism believes people should be robbed, enslaved and murdered based on their racial or ethnic identity. Otherwise there is virtually no difference, either in structural form or function. Russian Bolshevism, Chinese Maoism, and German Nazism are all forms of secular feudalism. All have their roots in Marxism, and all are most properly classified as movements of the ‘Left’.
What a communist calls communism when they don’t want to admit to being a communist.
Something lazy retards  (such as myself) use as an excuse to not get shit done.
Rick: No it isn’t, you’re just a lazy shit-head with nothing going for you.
 “State Capitalism” Origin; late 20th century socialist academia and media.
A catchall euphemism ascribed by apologetic socialists to the destructive economic policy, human rights abuses and totalitarian dictatorship of every failed or remnant Marxist regime. Often employed despite the prohibition of private property, extreme economic intervention by the state, broad based central planning and state domination of all aspects of individual life under those oppressive Marxist dictatorships.
The only word in the world that is considered offensive when used properly and used improperly. If used as a replacement for the word stupid someone will immediately point out how you’re being offensive. On the contrary, if you call someone who is mentally handicapped retarded, you will also be called offensive.
Person one: You just chugged a 2 liter of Coke and a box of Mentos? You retard.
Person two: Hey, that’s offensive!  (Proceeds to vomit Coke everywhere)
Person one: Aww, poor Timmy is retarded.
Person two: Hey, that’s offensive!by Mr. P. FLuffee June 14, 2010
 ‘that’s offensive’
A common phrase that dumb people say when they don’t understand something or when they want to cause unnecessary facebook drama.
“Your artistic endeavor for photography class uses a globe in it and that reminds me of our all-mighty God. That’s offensive.”
A political policy, the main goal of which is to steal from the poor and give to the rich, under the guise of doing the opposite.
 Republicans are one of two dominant political parties in the United States, and the one that cleaves to generally rightist policies.
Gained support by convincing poor whites that poor blacks benefited disproportionately from aid programs, thus getting a bunch of plutocrats elected to office for the sole purpose of giving tax cuts to the rich.
Also reflexively oppose every policy proposed by a liberal group on principle.
Dislikes government regulation of business. Would rather we have no way to stop businesses with evil intent from abusing us. One good example (or bad one, depending on how you look at it) of a Republican is George W. Bush.
The Tea Party have about 90% of the time voted for Republicans, so any bullshit about them not being Republican is only so Republicans have scapegoats for the occasional really insane shit they do.
by Savonarola August 01, 2011