Why do Social Democrats do what they do?

August 08, 2010

Bertolt Brecht, Praise of Communism

It's sensible, anyone can understand it.

It's easy.

You're not an exploiter, so you can grasp it.

It's a good thing for you,

find out more about it.

The stupid call it stupid and the squalid call it squalid.

It's against squalor and against stupidity.

The exploiters call it a crime but we know:

It is the end of crime

It is not madness, but the end of madness.

It is not the riddle but the solution

It is the simplest thing so hard to achieve.

Bertolt Brecht.

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