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Mutant Message Down Under was a novel that delt with many aspects of our world as we know it and the world that are ancestors once knew I seen influences of the three different theories and aspects throughout the story Mutant message grasped the aspect of Karl Marxs theory the most The Aboriginals delt with life as a gift they felt everything was suppose to stay pure and innocent just like if nobody was ever there The Aboriginals did not understand why the men and women outside of there culture used the land and then left it junk there The Aboriginals think their cultures and ways are the better than everybodys elses They think there way is superior to the entire world around then That is why their culture will not survive through the next couple of years The world is a every changing place where there is people in control and other people not in control In the tribe the elder is a very important person but equal to everyone else This is what Karl Marx preached to people to just take what you need and then everyone can live confortable with everyone helping outDiscrimination in a whole is a big factor in why we have poor people and rich people that was evident throughout the novel and in Karl Marxs theory about our world we live in The novel stated that the Aboriginals owned land that was also a national park in which outsiders can come and walk through without thinking about them filthy Aboriginals So in Karl Marxs theory we own land and money but neither is ours truly if a fat cat wants are land they will have it and if they want are money they go after it when we turn 18 with credit cards This is what Karl Marxs wanted to change in are area of the United States of America and every other country that is run like
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