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Love, Tumblr, and Wow: We gonna talk about how being raised in a dysfunctional household causes you to choose horrible romantic partnerS? BC I have time 5/25/17, 1:49 PM 3,821 Retweets 6,816 Like:s YT: Nu Mindframe O @nu.... 5/25/17 Replying to @nu_mindframe And l'm not just speaking on physical child abuse here. Emotional child abuse is just as harmful 460 YT: Nu Mindframe @nu.... 5/25/17 v Raised in a household where you were constantly emotionally neglected? Most likely you turned into a people pleaser and attention seeker 9 ,934 y2,291 YT: Nu Mindframe @nu... 5/25/17 You'd think that you'd choose a mate who can meet your emotional needs right? One who'll love you the way you need to be loved right? Wrong 523 1,155 YT: Nu Mindframe @nu.... 5/25/17 Instead you're attracted to emotionally unavailable ppl. Ppl who you have to cater to. Bc that's the only type of love you've ever known 7 01,022 2,211 YT: Nu Mindframe O @nu.... 5/25/17 Ppl who are too nice to you and want to love you are actually a turn off to you They feel foreign to you and you immediately reject them 6 0935 2,265 YT: Nu Mindframe @nu... 5/25/17 If you're not fighting for that love and then the relationship feels off. Even if you settle down with a nice person guess what happens 509 1,379 YT: Nu Mindframe @nu.... 5/25/17 You start to pick unnecessary fights Push their buttons. Getting a negative response from them is the only way they can show you they care 5 0615 1,613 YT: Nu Mindframe @nu.. 5/25/17 When things are going too smoothly you have to sabotage the relationship. You feel threatened by peace bc you've never experienced it 763 1,874 E jaded-misfits: whateveriblogis: wow. she unloaded the whole clip Why y'all so loud for

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Alive, Being Alone, and Bad: Ventwhistler 1d ago 11T Amazing how many writers are still stuck in the 1840s. Marx wouldn't have imagined what the world is like today... 170+ years on. Only the leftist dreamers fossilized in Universities have kept the rhetoric alive. Let's talk sense. Firstly Capitalism means private ownership of the means of production. If you want to describe the beneficial role of capital in industry even the Soviets believed in that. There is no argument. One of the fundamental truths of Capitalism is that private individuals are free to participate in the marketplace. Not only free but motivated by the profit motive and the law of supply and demand to ensure the competitive market functions to the benefit of all. To function optimally there must be sufficient competitors in each industry to avoid overpricing and underpaying. In the 1840s people took what they could get... or starved. The vast majority had little or no education and no access to capital. So their options were bad and worse. Now, with the majority attending University, having access to information unimaginable for Marx, and equally unimaginable access to capital by individuals or collectives (let alone $1.3 trillion in Industry Super Funds), there is no excuse for being a whining Activist. Unless you are a child and thereby excused by lack of empowerment. Ironically leftists bind themselves in the chains of their own outdated dogma. Abdicating their role in active (as opposed to Activist) participation for the benefit of all. This is obvious in contrasting perspectives on exploitation. Those shackled to Marxism see it as evidence of a dysfunctional system. In 21st century reality it is evidence of opportunity. The only better friend of a worker than their employer is their next, higher paying, employer. A disenchanted workforce is easily persuaded to vote with their feet. Exploitation is inefficiency in a competitive marketplace. Not to mention the affect on consumer reaction which is a developing but lopsided influence due to the same ubiquitous, outdated dogma. The problem is that too many Marxist inspired University Graduates are addicted to the cheap virtue of Activism. Ample evidence that they are free to practice what they preach,but wont, is convincing proof they can't be trusted. So there is nowhere to hide. Ultimately the information age will catch up with you. Reply Share Report "ironically leftist blind themselves in the chains of their own outdated dogma"

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Family, Money, and School: History of Marxism/Statism In The United States Revenue Act of 1913 [11 38 Stat. 166 1913- Central Banking (centralized counterfeited currency) Incӧme Tax (1% иp to $20k (S1.2M inflation adj). 10% estate tax (up from zero) $20,000 $50,000 |Not Marxist/Socialist enough! $75,000 $100,000 $250,000 1 % 6% $500,000 1933 - Gold (money since the dawn of time) ownership made illegal. Оnly monopolized counterfeit mопey is allowed. Not Marxist/Socialist enough! 1950- Incomте Тах поw 25% middle class, 90% оn rich оn or be imprisoned Mandatory government school, 80% estate tax |Not Marxist/Socialist enough! 1970 - Payroll tax increased from 3% to 15% 10%+Annual Inflation Various increasing state taxes Middle class now pays 30% Federal Tax INot Marxist/Socialist enough! (20% in NY) 2015 - Affordable Health Care Act added $1,500+/month expense per family for low quality health care |Not Marxist/Socialist enough! Over those past 100 years, private sector workers have recieved NOTHING in exchange for these taxes...except roads Their increasing financial burdens and suffering, is the perpetual scapegoat for ever MORE Marxism, And thus more statist entitlement... inevitably resulting in an increasingly dysfunctional, inequitable, and immoral society Federal Revenue by Type Payroll Tax Rate History 90 Income Tax Payroll Tax Tariffs/Excise Estate Tax -FICA Modicare Maximum Taxable Eaminas (Let) FICA Social Security SS+Medicare (Right) 80 20% 20% $160,000 70 $140.000 14% 15% 60 15% $120,000 50 $100,000 40 10% 10% s80.000 30 S80000 6% 5% 20 5% 4% 2 s40000 2% F 10 s20,000 1910 1930 1950 1970 1990 2010 Tax Revenue as a % of GDP A Brief History of Marxism in the US

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Family, Money, and School: History of Marxism/Statism In The United States Revenue Act of 1913 [11 38 Stat. 166 1913- Central Banking (centralized counterfeited currency) Incӧme Tax (1% иp to $20k (S1.2M inflation adj). 10% estate tax (up from zero) $20,000 $50,000 |Not Marxist/Socialist enough! $75,000 $100,000 $250,000 1 % 6% $500,000 1933 - Gold (money since the dawn of time) ownership made illegal. Оnly monopolized counterfeit mопey is allowed. Not Marxist/Socialist enough! 1950- Incomте Тах поw 25% middle class, 90% оn rich оn or be imprisoned Mandatory government school, 80% estate tax |Not Marxist/Socialist enough! 1970 - Payroll tax increased from 3% to 15% 10%+Annual Inflation Various increasing state taxes Middle class now pays 30% Federal Tax INot Marxist/Socialist enough! (20% in NY) 2015 - Affordable Health Care Act added $1,500+/month expense per family for low quality health care |Not Marxist/Socialist enough! Over those past 100 years, private sector workers have recieved NOTHING in exchange for these taxes...except roads Their increasing financial burdens and suffering, is the perpetual scapegoat for ever MORE Marxism, And thus more statist entitlement... inevitably resulting in an increasingly dysfunctional, inequitable, and immoral society Federal Revenue by Type Payroll Tax Rate History 90 Income Tax Payroll Tax Tariffs/Excise Estate Tax -FICA Modicare Maximum Taxable Eaminas (Let) FICA Social Security SS+Medicare (Right) 80 20% 20% $160,000 70 $140.000 14% 15% 60 15% $120,000 50 $100,000 40 10% 10% s80.000 30 S80000 6% 5% 20 5% 4% 2 s40000 2% F 10 s20,000 1910 1930 1950 1970 1990 2010 Tax Revenue as a % of GDP A Brief History of Marxism in the US

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