Skip to comments.‘Change’ and Marxism
Posted on 11/05/2011 8:39:48 AM PDT by Til I am the last man standing
Occupy Wall Street is an un-American movement generated by an un-American depiction of our country. In 2008, the leaders of the Democratic Party painted the United States as a decaying, racist, capitalist realm, unable to provide medical care for the poor, to rebuild her crumbling schools, or to replace the shuttered mills that once provided a decent life for men and women of every race.
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I found this over at Zero Hedge. As we slide further down the ladder of Socialism, we begin to be numb to staggering government spending .. and losses at taxpayer expense.
Freddie Mac lost $4.8 billion in derivatives trading last quarter. Watch the hilarity ensue when they try to hedge increases in interest rates!
A Closer Look at Macs Q3 Earnings of -$4.4 billion: Derivatives Losses of -$4.8 Billion and Lower Mortgage Insurance Recoveries
What we are experiencing now is nothing but the putrid stench of socialist rot.
It has nothing to do with capitalism.
Reading how the author points out that the WWP was originally created as a front group by the Soviet Union, it struck me that most of the younger folks today do not understand the existential danger that the old Soviet Union posed to the West. He kind of puts it out there and assumes that readers will make the connection. I’m not so sure younger ones will.
I’ve talked to my kids (18, 16 and 12) about the death struggle between the US and USSR while I grew up. They are NOT taught about the communist menace at school (but they are at home).
As was the D F-L in Minnesota, as a more local example.