Barry (so profound): In short: whoever claims that such-and-such is the absolute morality governing all people in all places in all times must request that their claim be taken on faith. This may work with illiterate peasants, it won't work with Marxists. Either 'absolute morality' can be empirically defended, or it cannot.
I've taken note of concepts, like LTV, that you defend empirically, Barry. I've also taken note of you getting red and losing your temper when you can't convince your comrades you have empirical proof of your silly theories. Now, when you imply that Marxists are more intelligent than people of faith, I see a critical bias that exposes you a little bit more.
Perhaps you would enlighten all of us as to the final solution of what to do with all us illiterate peasants. I mean, expressed as a percentage of the population as a whole, we illiterate peasants comprise quite a problem for such a god as you.
Happy revolution, Barry.