Message from jab0i in /leftypol/ International #english
I sure learned a lot.
Interesting, it seems that more predictions are coming true.
what predictions did you have?
Oh I was referring to GLR's and the elder's of zion's predictions.
Anyways, I seriously doubt that you will still cover that much within US history, granted you will learn some more info, but not *that* much more, since like previous classes, you will have to cover around 400-200 years of history in less than a year.
well, as far as America is concerned it can cover a lot. obviously I won't learn shit about, say, South Africa or something.
But I learned about some pretty major Labor Unions within the mid-late 19th century up to the early 20th century.
That isn't really much to go off of....
I mean yhea, there were labour unions..... haven't they always existed since the early industrial revolution?
well obviously, I just didn't know that the AFL or the Knight of Labor were a thing.
Specifically those labor unions.
but I see your point nonetheless, the American education system is in desperate need for reform.
If not a comeplete overhaul.
I'm just saying that it's not 100% terrible, because sometimes you get a good class (like my AP US history class)
I like it.
Then again, I am in a super funded school.
either way, hope you have a nice evevning.
See you mate.
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bruddas or comrades?
thats a mountian in asia
Fascism has never collapsed on itself like communism did to many countries
And has not ruined any countries
oy vey goyim
I mean the privileged relationship between Italy and Russia goes back to Mussolini and Stalins mutual respect
Italy only got dragged into the war because of an autistic Austrian apart from that they both saw the capitalist west as more of a threat than eachother
Then weirdly enough Himmler once praised Stalin and the Soviets over the Italians as the Italians weren't "revolutionary like the fuhrer"
He killed gorillions of his own people goy