Skip to comments.“On the Current Marxist Revolution”
Posted on 02/12/2013 12:09:11 PM PST by Art in Idaho
This white paper will examine a Marxist Revolution under the assumption that the president wants to incite Marxist Revolution in America.
When Vladmir Lenin came to power, he introduced a set of socialist policies that literally crashed the Soviet economy by 1921. Socialism failed, so Lenin introduced what was called, New Economic Policy, a modified form of socialism more akin to state-capitalism. Various industries were allowed to remain in private hands while others were wrangled into the purview of government control.
As we recount the industries over which the government is now in control healthcare, energy, education, student loans how can one not draw similarities as the contemporary version of Lenins state-capitalism? And if we conclude that the president is a Marxist in a still very much un-Marxist nation, how can we think this is the end of his efforts? As long as the material needs of the neo-peasant class go unmet, the Marxists work is never done. (As long as there is a neo-peasant class ) Socialism is only the first step in the march towards single class Marxist communism; and that makes us the counter-revolutionaries.
Proletariat revolution and the peasant class.
The presidents thrust to power was the result of the perfect Proletariat revolution. Because the neo-peasant class was able to vote their revolution into place with the aid of the Marxist bourgeois, a violent revolution simply wasnt needed. But theres still plenty of work for the Proletariat revolution. The president still needs to continue constructing socialism in order to get to Marxist communism.
This begs the question, How do you sideline, neutralize, or otherwise silence opposition? Conservatives and libertarians make up around 50% of the nation but that number is reportedly declining; therefore a violent Marxist revolution is out of the question.
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He will probably not use that term.
Just like ObamaCare is designed to crash the system and bring about government control of “healthcare”, his economic policies seem bent on doing the same to much of the economy.
Karl Marx spent much of his time configuring his so-called economic theory by reading at some libraries in London. He read Adam Smith in order to figure out how to smash capitalism. (Yeah, HE could be the invisible hand.) He read history of the French Revolution in order to get clues as to how to implement a class struggle. So, can we conclude that Marx was some sort of genius? Hardly. The only thing his minions have done for years is to try to figure out how to "do it right." They begin with a faulty theory and then try to put the fixes in.
The problem with Marx and all the other fixers is that all of their ideas do not square with human nature, at all. It was designed precisely as program for pure human domination. Period.
It cannot be fixed because it is completely flawed. It can do nothing but ultimately fail. And when it does it will never, ever have another opportunity to be revived.
>>This begs the question, How do you sideline, neutralize, or otherwise silence opposition?<<
It does not. It might RAISE the question, though.
Nice of the writer to let us know up front that he's an idiot.
>> And when it does it will never, ever have another opportunity to be revived. <<
Apparently not. The entire democrat party, led by their idol — the puppet of soros — is attempting to revive it now.
When the ONE issues an executive order tonight that places a tax on ammo that is so high that ammo then becomes unaffordable, he will have set the stage for a revolution that takes our freedoms back.
Wow, hadn't thought of that bomb. My first thought was Bring it On!
Yeah, 0bama and his PHONY fake front of old white guys (who are really communists, Marxists, Fascists and white Islamic converts (Brennan)).
But, do you think that even if they can revive it they will be able to sustain it for the future?
I don't. They are building their foundation on mucky sand. This is their last chance and they know it.
The fixes seem to be in, but for what? Evil can not stand for long.
>>The fixes seem to be in, but for what? Evil can not stand for long.<<
It has actively stood at least since 1933.
I guess it depends on one’s definition of “long.”
Very true, it has actively stood since 1933. When the first New Deal failed miserably the New New Deal was introduced and that was followed by the Third New Deal; all failed and almost destroyed the economy.
FUBO & FAD
We are in the middle of a classic “Marxist bust-out.”
The worse the better, as Lenin put it.
Once you get to food riots, the Bolsheviks emerge to save the day.
Too bad that history is forgotten in a couple of generations.
Bingo. That mistake has become so common in the vernacular it is liable to shift the meaning of the phrase, "beg the question." Drives me nuts every time I hear it.