“This manual of the Communist Party should be in the hands of every loyal American, that they may be alerted to the fact that it is not always by armies and guns that a nation is conquered.”
— Kenneth Goff
Author and a one time dues-paying member of the Communist Party
[Communists are thieves, murderers and tyrants. That just happens to be the opposite of our founding principles, Life, Liberty and Property. You’ll note by the obvious contradiction, that the two are not compatible. They cannot coexist in the same country. It would be a violation of Natural Law. Marx and Engels were not philanthropists, they were crooks. Communism is not really about raising the proletariat, it is about raiding them. Read Animal Farm. They knew what they were doing. And, with the Federal Government seizing more and more of primary education, we ended up with a population of really dumb people who don’t grasp this anymore.
The fact these two opposing notions cannot coexist, is why the globalists are replacing Americanism with communism. Rush referenced this on Monday, referring to globalism and one world government. He erred when he said this movement belonged solely to the Left. I have no idea whether he is really that ignorant, or if he could not state the truth for some reason. At the top of the pyramid, where power emanates from, there is no Left or Right, there is only the establishment. The insiders. The oligarchy.
It is a terrifying force. It beat Donald Trump. The ‘Alt-Right’ movement will soon be coopted and cowed into irrelevance. Demographics have so shifted in this country, on purpose, there is no chance to reverse this. But as to the quote above, it is not “armies and guns” that is defeating America, it is the purposeful rot from within. Whereas America was once the beacon of freedom, the opposite of that is of course a totalitarian state, that awaits us. – Jim Roach]
“Socialism needs two legs on which to stand; a right and a left. While appearing to be in complete opposition to one another, they both march in the same direction.”
— Paul Proctor American columnist