Quote by Martin Luther King Jr.
Communism forgets that life is individual. Capitalism forgets that life is social, and the kingdom of brotherhood is found neither in the thesis of communism nor the antithesis of capitalism but in a higher synthesis. It is found in a higher synthesis that combines the truths of both.
This quote highlights a critique of both communism and capitalism, emphasizing that they both overlook important aspects of life. Communism disregards the significance of individuality, while capitalism neglects the importance of community and social connection. The quote suggests that true brotherhood and unity can only be achieved through a synthesis of these opposing ideologies, drawing upon their respective truths. It implies that a balanced and inclusive system should recognize and prioritize both individual needs and social well-being in order to create a harmonious society.
Through wind, hail or frost my living's made. I am a lecher, and she's a lecher with me. Which one of us is better? We're both alike: The one as worthy as the other. Bad rat, bad cat. We both love filth, and filth pursues us; We flee from honor, honor flees from us, In this brothel where we ply our trade.
Is discord going to show itself while we are still fighting, is the Jew once again worth less than another? Oh, it is sad, very sad, that once more, for the umpteenth time, the old truth is confirmed: What one Christian does is his own responsibility, what one Jew does is thrown back at all Jews.