HexHammer wrote:Anyone reasonbale intelligent, would know that Marx made nothing but naive fairytale statements, that can never exist well in real life.
Perhaps you mean anyone with the clumsy ideas obtained from mass media hearsay and other third-hand, unreliable sources.
It would reasonable for someone to argue that Marx got this or that wrong, but to put him on the side of naive idealism is itself an incredible naive statement. It is naive when referring to the man who is supposed to have founded the "philosophy of praxis" and Historical Materialism, tools with which he fought against anyone suspicious of idealism, even Proudhon himself, who was a conspicuous socialist. He dealt extensively with the subject in his critique of German Philosophy and there are plenty of references in Marx's work (the letters to his father, the Theses on Feuerbach, the German Ideology, etc.) about the nature of his project in terms of its foundation on reality and consciousness without the veil of ideology.
HexHammer wrote:How can anyone be equal? Who in the right mind wold say that a retard should be equal to a genious? Why would anyone workd hard if there's no benefit compared to lazy people who then should get more for less work...
...Plane economy was a freggin closed system that choked everything, no one could be oppotunistic, thus choked any motivation (again).
I thought we were talking about what Marx's thought and his work, but you must be talking about a different subject, unless you can provide a particular reference from Marx stating something close to what you claim he said. It is more likely that this is what you learned from hearsay, clueless journalists and outright propaganda against Marxism.
HexHammer wrote:In "Class conflict" he advocate struggle between the classes of society, which is destructive and counter productive. Such thing is utter idiocy, when they should work together to form a strong nation.
Is that an unknown manuscript from Marx? Never heard of it.
I think you are confused, Marx didn't "advocate struggle between the classes", he said that the driving force in history has been labour and the conflict of classes, a conflict which could be hardly resolved under the previous material conditions of society. But Capitalism revolutionized productive forces and now for the first time there were the means to sustain a society without one class exploiting the other. It was, however, the task of the proletariat class to lead that revolution.