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    Quote Originally Posted by East_coast:
    The communist manifesto was originally published in London and Lenin lived there for a while also. Is this what you mean?

    Do you mean Karl Marx ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morrison:
    Do you mean Karl Marx ?
    Hell, Lenin , too

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    Quote Originally Posted by redslert:
    Lets not be ignorant that when you play a protest anthem it will naturally be associated with protest. At minimal causing public nuisance, HK still have rule of law and police is going to apply the highest charge and let the courts decide on the outcome.
    Don't all common law countries work the same way?
    Hong Kong is not a country.
    Last edited by Greghouse; 22-09-2022 at 07:56 AM. Reason: Forgot to quote earlier

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    Quote Originally Posted by redslert:
    Pretty much applies in any country.
    France would like to disagree with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morrison:
    Do you mean Karl Marx ?
    No.

    Engels owned a dark satanic cotton mill in in Salford and this was the formation of the class struggle that led to a friendship with Marx who then went to London to read more on social and economic theory as well as publish works in the more open and inquisitive world London offered while Lenin also went to London to explore concepts and that is where he met Trotsky.

    It could be suggested that the Leninist communism model is a London philosophy. I think London, Paris & New York between 1860 - 1910 were the epitome of the Western World. Saying that the marching used by Leninist communist countries is very German.
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