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Wednesday, 29 July 2009

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Robert Pattinson today gave an interview on his concepts of communism and capitalism. Pattinson explains that Capitalism helps Communism because Capitalism deteriorates an enemy's social structure.

Robert Pattinson explains that Capitalism causes an uncontrollable rise in criminal activity. People in desperation to buy food and medical attention commit horrendous crime to sustain themselves. Unlike communism which gives its citizens free medical attention and a constant food supply.

Capitalism also contributes to health problems when greedy manufactures produce harmful medications and unhealthy junk food which is responsible for untold numbers of heart attacks and other fatal health problems.

Like an over grown dinosaur Capitalism becomes dependent on market forces which causes economic deficits responsible for shortages like those involving metals during world wars. Communism is more regulated and conscious of social and economic problems, preventing uncontrolable conditions.

Robert Pattinson's ideology explains that it would be detrimental for Communist to get rid of Capitalism around the world because it is a system which protects communist country from well organized and potently dangerous enemies when it weakens it's enemies infrastructure.

In simple terms Pattinson explains, "If communism is so perfect, why would you want it to be used by your enemy if it will make your enemy just as powerful as you?"

Any communist county that exports its concepts and ideas is actually committing suicide.

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