Famous quote by Slobodan Milosevic

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The only differences one can and should allow in socialism are between hard working people and idlers and between honest
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"The only differences one can and should allow in socialism are between hard working people and idlers and between honest people and dishonest people"

- Slobodan Milosevic

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This quote by Slobodan Milosevic speaks with the idea of socialism as a system of equality and fairness. He suggests that the only differences that ought to be allowed a socialist society are those in between hardworking and idle people, and between honest and unethical people. This suggests that everybody needs to be dealt with equally regardless of their social or financial status, which those who strive and are sincere need to be rewarded for their efforts. It likewise suggests that those who are idle and deceitful should be punished for their actions. This quote talks to the concept of a socialist society as one that is based upon fairness and equality, and that benefits hard work and honesty. It also recommends that those who are idle and unethical should not be rewarded, which they must be held liable for their actions. This quote is a tip that in a socialist society, everyone must be treated equally and fairly, which effort and sincerity should be rewarded.

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This quote is written / told by Slobodan Milosevic between August 20, 1941 and March 11, 2006. He/she was a famous Criminal. The author also have 14 other quotes.

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