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A North Korean and a South Korean meet in a bar and both get a drink. The South Korean asks:
"- How's life?"
The North Korean answers:
"- Can't complain."
In the "German Democratic Republic" they tell the story about a weary old man who tries to gain entrance into the Red Paradise. A Communist Archangel holds him up at the gate and severely cross-questions him:
"Where were you born?"
"In an ancient bishopric."
"What was your citizenship?"
"Who was your father?"
"A wealthy lawyer."
"What was your faith?"
"I converted to Christianity."
"Not very good. Married? Who was your wife?"
"The daughter of an aristocratic Prussian officer and the sister of a Royal Prussian Minister of the Interior who persecuted the Socialists."
"Awful. And where did you live mostly?"
"Hm, the colonialist capital of capitalism. Who was your best friend?"
"A manufacturer from the Ruhr Valley."
"Did you like workers?"
"Not in the least. Kept them at arm’s length. Despised them."
"What did you think about Jews?"
"I called them a money-crazy race and hoped that they would vanish from the Earth."
"And what about the Slavs?"
"I despised the Russians."
"You must be a fascist! You even dare to ask for admission to the Red Paradise — you must be crazy! By the way, what’s your name?"
Two economists walk into a bar. The first economist asks the second one:
"- How is your wife?"
The second one answers:
"- Compared to what?"
"If the government decides what is to be produced and how, and to whom it is to be sold, and at what 'price', then private property still exists in name only; in reality, all property is already socialized, for the mainspring of economic activity is no longer profit-seeking [...] but the necessity of fulfilling and imposed duty and of obeying commands."
Fev 5, 2019
O que não se regula pelo preço, se regula pela quantidade.
Jun 24, 2016