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whattheendoftheworldlookedlike:(Probably) Belgium, c.1915

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(Probably) Belgium, c.1915


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theworldofwars:A Canadian Soldier At The Graves Of His Comrades At Vimy Ridge 1917. 

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A Canadian Soldier At The Graves Of His Comrades At Vimy Ridge 1917. 


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theworldofwars:Pvt. Tom Longboat, a Canadian Indigenous long distance runner, Iroquois name: Cogwage

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Pvt. Tom Longboat, a Canadian Indigenous long distance runner, Iroquois name: Cogwagee. 
Buying a newspaper from a french boy in June 1917. 


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theworldofwars:A little girl has her hand shaken by an American soldier, nicknamed “Doughboys”, as h

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A little girl has her hand shaken by an American soldier, nicknamed “Doughboys”, as his troop parade through the streets of London. 15th August 1917.


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theworldofwars:An unexploded hand grenade sits on top of a farmers field, tens of millions of unexpl

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An unexploded hand grenade sits on top of a farmers field, tens of millions of unexploded WWI bombs still litter the fields of eastern France one hundred years after the war ended. People still die when they accidentally explode – farmers, collectors, and occasionally even members of the de-mining teams sent to diffuse and destroy them.

Beaumont-Hamel, France. 


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theworldofwars:11th November 1920: King George V placing a wreath on the coffin of the Unknown Warri

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11th November 1920: King George V placing a wreath on the coffin of the Unknown Warrior, at the Cenotaph, on Armistice Day.


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scrapironflotilla:Cyrus Cuneo - The Red Cross in the Trenches, c1915-16.

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Cyrus Cuneo - The Red Cross in the Trenches, c1915-16.


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A True Feminist Hero.

He also lived on money given to him by Friedrich Engels which came from Engels’ family’s ownership of a factory. So basically Marx lived his life writing his bullshit on the backs of real workers.

He let most of his children die in squalor while he wrote long-winded excuses for why he shouldn’t be expected to provide for them.

Before that he wasted his father’s money on liquor instead of making any effort during his education and then worked a string of odd jobs for short-lived newspapers. The man never had a real job in his life.

He was racist as shit even for the time. He hated black and Jewish people with a passion. His views on Jews were very similar to those of the Nazis.

People who knew him said he mocked and despised his followers as much as the “bourgeoisie” and felt superior to pretty much everyone. Gustav Techow said “personal domination is the end-all of his every activity”

Marx was the L. Ron Hubbard of his day. A useless, evil piece of shit who managed to amass a following among other useless, evil pieces of shit and others who were too dim to know better.

So basically a run-of-the-mill commie

Plus he was also pretty fucking racist.

Here’s a few examples from this article-
http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/2217122-karl-marx-the-racist/

“For example, in a July 1862 letter to Engels, in reference to his socialist political competitor, Ferdinand Lassalle, Marx wrote, “It is now completely clear to me that he, as is proved by his cranial formation and his hair, descends from the Negroes from Egypt, assuming that his mother or grandmother had not interbred with a n*****. Now this union of Judaism and Germanism with a basic Negro substance must produce a peculiar product. The obtrusiveness of the fellow is also n*****-like,” according to the book “Race and Racism in Modern Philosophy.”

Regarding Mexicans, during the Mexican-American War, he wrote: “Without violence, nothing is ever accomplished in history.” But then he asks, “Is it a misfortune that magnificent California was seized from the lazy Mexicans who did not know what to do with it?”

And Engels, the co-author of the famed (or infamous) “Manifesto of the Communist Party,” added: “In America, we have witnessed the conquest of Mexico and have rejoiced at it. It is to the interest of its own development that Mexico will be placed under the tutelage of the United States.”

Marx—whose grandparents were Jewish, but whose parents converted to Christianity—wasn’t a fan of his ancestral religion either, writing in his essay “On the Jewish Question”:

“What is the worldly religion of the Jew? Huckstering. What is his worldly God? Money . … Money is the jealous god of Israel, in face of which no other god may exist,” Marx wrote in the book—which critics have later described as virulently anti-Semitic.”“

What a great guy!

this is your creator, Commie Scum.

Wow, this makes so much sense

Your friendly reminder that progressive socialists worship this cockroach.

Lessee, racist, hated Jews, lazy piece of shit, didn’t want to work to support his family, sat around all day writing drivel and leeching off his pal…

No question. If he were alive today, he’d be a respected, tenured professor at Berkeley.

Ha!


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shear-in-spuh-rey-shuhn:FRANK TENNEY JOHNSONThe Pony ExpressOil on Canvas48″ x 62″

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FRANK TENNEY JOHNSON
The Pony Express
Oil on Canvas
48″ x 62″


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