Chipotle Mexican Grill promotes communism

Well, there is one less place that I will choose to spend what little money the gubmint lets me keep…

Fellowship of the Minds

Karl Marx, in Critique of the Gotha (1875), famously described the utopia of communism as a society of “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need(s).” As he envisioned it, once society has changed to communism, via a workers’ revolution, it will produce enough goods and services so that everyone’s needs can be satisfied.

Even though the phrase is commonly attributed to Marx, he was not the first to use it. The slogan was common to the socialist movement, the origin of which has been attributed to the French communist Morelly, who proposed in his 1755 Code of Nature that under communism, nothing in society will belong to anyone, either as a personal possession or as capital goods, except the things for which the person has immediate use, for either his needs, his pleasures, or his daily work; and that every citizen will be sustained…

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About KellyAnn Hicks-Digby

My hubster & I have been married for almost 35 yrs (seems like yesterday). We are empty-nesters with 2 handsome sons & 2 beautiful daughters-in-law. We also have a large adopted family that are very special to us! I am a not-so-perfect Christian-in-the-making, a wife, a mother, professional Chef, writer & paralegal. I went to college at 50 and graduated with my Bachelors degree 4 years later. We moved to S.C. 7 years ago and love our new home and the Southern culture and our friends and family. I love chocolate, cheesecake and putting a smile on folks & family's faces by creating special meals and sweet treats for them. My passion is to find the best darn chocolate and eat it all! Life cannot & should not exist without great chocolate! Life is short eat dessert first! Till next time ya'll!
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