The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
Hm, not showing quite the level of trust in The People that one would expect from a true Socialist, eh comrade? Are we already heading down the road of For the People, not By the People?...you horrible plebians...
It'll become more obvious at the time.It looks great and it was a good read, very informative, I'm looking forward to voting for something/someone (I'm not too sure of your system)
I have no idea what he looks like. Here's the page on him from the Marxist Internet Archive - http://www.marxists.org/archive/eccarius/index.htmMmm, history lessons...
I'll throw you a cookie, this the right eccarius?
Liberte, Egalite et Fraternite! (my spelling is likely totally wrong all the way through).Comrades, I am glad to be here with you all to bring our revolution to completion. Let us go forward in the spirit of fraternal equality.
Thanks.Count me in for sure.
This first update was very nice and informative. Keep it up!
The beard? It is epic.Feuerbach<3!!!
!Comrades, I'm looking forward on this great revolution!
I can't wait to see how you guys vote.Cant wait to vote
You've clearly never seen a picture of him when he got olderAwesome update, cant wait to see what happens and poor Mikhail Bakunin is the only one without an awesome beard
Personally, I'm partial to Weydemeyer's hairy ensemble - the fuzzy white beard, the curls in his neck and then that absurdly pointed bald bullet-head...The beard? It is epic.
Blanquism is similar to Leninism in many respects. He believed in the vanguard part. Basically a small group of proffessional revolutionaries would take control in a coup (much like the October Revolution in Russia) this same small group would then lead the proleteriat forward towards Communism. Marx on the other hand believed that the whole proleteriat should move towards Communsim together rather than be led.Personally, I'm partial to Weydemeyer's hairy ensemble - the fuzzy white beard, the curls in his neck and then that absurdly pointed bald bullet-head...
Anyway, I digress.
Eccarius sounds like a practical man. That I like. And what exactly is Blanquism? Not sure there, but if it serves as a counterweight against the preponderance of the Marxists, I'm all for it. I prefer a balance of power to complete dominance by any faction.