This communist Twitter account posted a video criticizing excess food under capitalism and people had some thoughts about that

Oct 5th

We waste a ton of food in capitalistic societies, which is both a logistical and nutritional problem.

Screenshot in case it gets deleted!

Before you ask, yes, this really is a straight-up communist account.

If you need further proof:

There's nothing like trying to school the sugary excesses of Dunkin' by posting some "wisdom" from a few genocidal mass murderers!

While we could certainly do better at managing the insane abundance of excess food countries like America (especially America) have, a few people had some reminders for our dear little comrade friend.

Fact-check, true! Did you know that 22 years after socialism was forced down the throats of Venezuelans, that 95% of the nation lives in poverty (with 76% in extreme poverty)?

Here's what a grocery store looks like under communism:

Also, it's worth noting that Dunkin' would probably not waste all that food if the government didn't mandate that they throw it away (I don't know about you, but I'd buy a day-old donut for half price!)

I suppose eating a weekly ration of moldy bread would be better, right??

If there were excess food under the collectivized system, someone would likely be accused of being a capitalist and get shot.

You think I'm kidding, but Lenin had farmers shot for trading vegetables!

Other people pointed out that Dunkin' might not be the prime example to use for food that shouldn't be thrown away...

If we stick to the "Build Back Better" plan, however, we can look forward to the joys of never having lots of food options ever again... as long as we don't go full commie, that is!


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