How Communism/Socialism works and the demoralization process
September 4, 2010 § Leave a comment
The demoralization process has been at work in America since the 1960’s.
Communist Theories and Principles[]
Socialism is an ideology which basically gives the Government control of all the aspects of the lives of its citizens. Government is given control of banking system, healthcare, education, labor, transportation, communication vehicles (all forms of media), agricultural means, factories, religion, employment and even marriage. Other principles imposed on it citizens is the total abolition of private property, property rights confiscation, heavy income tax on everyone and eventually eliminating the right to inheritance.
Socialism opens the path to Communism. Communism is a system of social organization in which all economic and social activity is controlled by a totalitarian state dominated by a single political party.
Socialism/Communism existed even before Karl Marx, who is also known as the father of communism, he wrote the Communist Manifesto in 1848, which basically served as the foundation to form the formation of the Communist Party.Communism is also known as “Marxism.” Under Marxism, a “revolution” must take place in order to overthrow the existing government. An elite leader or group must gain absolute control over its citizens. Once this elite group has taken over the governing body of the nation, they exert absolute control over the common citizen’s personal choices. Collectivization of property and wealth must also take place. The last theory of Marxism is the achievement of utopia. None of the Nations that have been consumed my communism have ever achieved this Utopia because it requires that all non-communists be destroyed in order for the Communist Party to achieve supreme equality.
In a ‘Marxist Utopia’, everyone would happily share property and wealth, free from the restrictions that class-based systems require. The government would control all means of production so that the one-class system would remain constant, with no possibility of any citizens rising back to the top.
In this perfect utopian world, everyone would have food and shelter, and a true utopian society would be free from racism, sexism or other forms of oppression. This name has been used to describe an unrealistic ideal society that is impossible to achieve.
The political theory of socialism, which gave rise to communism, had been around for hundreds of years by the time a German philosopher named Karl Marx put pen to paper. Marx, also known as the father of communism, spent most of his life in exile in Great Britain and France. He wrote the Communist Manifesto in 1848, which later served as the inspiration for the formation of the Communist Party. Communism is also known as “Marxism.”
- Phase 1: A revolution must take place in order to overthrow the existing government. Marx emphasized the nee d for total destruction of the existing system in order to move on to Phase 2.
- Phase 2: A dictator or elite leader (or leaders) must gain absolute control over the proletariat. During this phase, the new government exerts absolute control over the common citizen’s personal choices — including his or her education, religion, employment and even marriage.Collectivization of property and wealth must also take place.
- Phase 3: Achievement of utopia. This phase has never been attained because it requires that all non-communists be destroyed in order for the Communist Party to achieve supreme equality. In a Marxist utopia, everyone would happily share property and wealth, free from the restrictions that class-based systems require. The government would control all means of production so that the one-class system would remain constant, with no possibility of any middle class citizens rising back to the top.
Marx also detailed the 10 essential tenets of communism, namely:
- Central banking system
- Government controlled education
- Government controlled labor
- Government ownership of transportation and communication vehicles
- Government ownership of agricultural means and factories
- Total abolition of private property
- Property rights confiscation
- Heavy income tax on everyone
- Elimination of rights of inheritance
- Regional planning
As I was doing my research on communism for my blog, I clicked on a link on HowSTuffWorks.com and it took me to The Communist Party of America…. They are in New York City….right in our own back yard America….and their agenda is the same as the text you read above….scary but true. Call me naïve but, why do so many Americans consider themselves communists? Why do they follow this organization? And why do they buy this Marxist Utopia?
The most important tool of Communism is the demoralization, ideological subversion or psychological warfare of a Nation.[]
Subversion is defined as “a systematic attempt to overthrow or undermine a government or political system by persons working secretly from within”. In this case, American ideology, philosophy and foundational principles, in short, our political system has been slowly, quietly, methodically undermined for decades on three separate fronts, academia, the press and the courts.
Once a nation falls under this brainwashing process, its citizens are unable to change the perception of reality, despite the abundance of information provided through the media (Internet / Broadcasting / Newspapers).
Basically, the citizens are unable to come to sensible conclusions in the interest of defending themselves, their families, the other citizens or even their own country. The process starts with the nation’s young. American students of all generations since the year 1960 have been exposed to Marxism ideology without being challenged or counterbalanced by the basic values of American patriotism.
The next step in the brainwashing process is to reach the few movie makers, who are gluttonous, self-centered and lack moral principles.
These movie makers would aid in the demoralization process by teaching the young not to listen to their parents. To do what “feels good” not what is right. To accept violence as a way of life as well as encouraging atheism and apathy.
The press also has been infiltrated by liberals who’s job is to misinform and push the Socialist agenda.
In our courts, the roll of activist judges, those who legislate their personal ideology from the bench, rather than enforce written law or defend the Constitution they are sworn to defend.
The other process is to destabilize a nation by weakening the nations’ economic system, political system, and defense system.
The next phase is to bring the nation to the verge of a crisis. A crisis, comes in many ways: economic, health, political, terrorism, global, etc…
The last phase is normalization. This is when an elite leader or an elite group promise to save the nation from the evil forces and save them from the crisis the nation is going through. Making all kinds of promises to the masses and in return the citizens succumb to a bigger government that only gives the elite leader and the elite group more control over its citizens. With the powers given to this elite group, they would then take the nation to the path of a Marxist Utopia.
When Americans no longer know that they live in a representative republic based on Judeo Christian principles, rather than a simple secular democracy, no longer know or care what the difference is between the two, that’s a problem. When they no longer recognize that America’s greatness is built and dependent upon a capitalist economic system and could not have been built any other way, our entire political system has indeed been undermined.
Socialist/Communist principles summarized: “An economic system in which the production and distribution of goods are controlled substantially by the government rather than by private enterprise, and in which cooperation rather than competition guides economic activity”.
The demoralization process in America has been at work since the 1960’s but please, don’t take my word on it, do your own research. WAKE UP AMERICA! It’s ok to be patriotic….
Upon exiting the Constitutional Convention Benjamin Franklin was approached by a group of citizens asking what sort of government the delegates had created. His answer was: “A republic, if you can keep it.” The brevity of that response should not cause us to under-value its essential meaning: democratic republics are not merely founded upon the consent of the people, they are also absolutely dependent upon the active and informed involvement of the people for their continued good health.”
 Soviet Subversion of the Free Press (Ideological subversion, Destabilization, CRISIS – and the KGB)
Edward Griffin and Yuri Bezmenov ^ | 1984 | Edward Griffin and Yuri Bezmenov
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