We aren’t communist?
When the obvious is obvious, why is it that there are those who can’t seem to see the obvious? Strange metaphor is it not? That we in this nation have those who can’t see this obvious scenario that this nation is as communist as any that has ever been, or will ever be!
Perhaps it’s our identification of what we use as the yard stick to measure what is a communist government?
When we look at the definition of communism, it is obvious that it had never existed, will not ever exist, and cannot exist as it is defined. Communism is a revolutionary socialist movement to create a classless, moneyless and stateless social order structured upon common ownership of the means of production as well as a social, political and economic ideology that aims at establishing this order.
Is it not interesting that the failure of communism is defined in the very first identification of this ideology? Why is the word ‘revolutionary’ so prominent?
The answer is simple really—for in fact communism is based on the oldest of human actions—theft. This is the why it must be a revolution of taking that from a society that has productive capacity—as communism is not the ideology of the beginning…for it produces nothing…as the literate history of mankind has proven.
There is no more one need to know of communism. The basis of this dementia and the results are all based in this simple reality.
One thing about communism is that reality is never part of the evaluation. Take a moment to think of this; movement to create a classless, moneyless and stateless social order structured upon common ownership of the means of production as well as a social, political and economic ideology that aims at establishing this order.
We read this presentation using the word classless. What does that mean? Or is it to make some social distinction to create the very ‘revolutionary’ ‘theft’ from those who have produced? What is the difference between the simple philosophical identification of our ‘Declaration of Independence’ where we state ‘All men are created equal!’ Does this not make all men in the same class—are we not all created by our creator with the same foundations of physical structure? Do we not all have a brain, some intellect, and the capacity to observe and make independent decisions? Is not this the whole concept of Christianity—that we have free will—and as such have by our choice the desire to do what we wish?
You see, the philosophy of Christianity, that all men are created equal, and that we are endowed by our creator with certain unalienable rights—makes simple fact; it identifies man’s very existence.