Saturday, December 11, 2010

If Marxists Ruled the World with a Strong Left Hand

Marxism is defined by Wikipedia as "an economic and socio-political worldview that contains within it a political ideology for how to change and improve society by implementing socialism." Furthermore it is defined by Webster as "the political and economic theory in which class struggle is a central element in the analysis of social change in western societies." Socialism-for the most part-carries a negative connotation; it uses the means of chaos to procure communism as its end. Personally, I wouldn't want to be labeled a socialist but the majority on the Left doesn't appear to have a problem with it. The question is, if Marxists ruled the world through the influence of the Left, where would it lead us? Where would it lead this nation? I agree with Glenn Beck, who believes there is an agenda underway and its called Bottom Up, Top Down, and Inside out. You can find more of Glenn Beck's thoughts on that at therightscoop.

America is described as a free market society, we believe in capitalism, and we believe in supply and demand. Socialists desires to undo this type of society and its being done through left wing policies. Socialists believe in big government intervention and dependence, who else believes in that? They also believe in the seizure of private property, who supports the Tax deal that will lead to this unconstitutional act? Lets define socialism and then discuss about how this can be implemented according to Karl Marx...

Socialism is defined by Webster as any political movement or theory based on principles of socialism, typically advocating an end to private property, and this type of politics are implemented by a Bottom up, Top down, and Inside out plan. To quote wikipedia, this plan is implemented this way:

Taking the idea that social change occurs because of the struggle between different classes within society who are constantly competing to improve their conditions, the Marxist analysis leads to the conclusion that capitalism, the currently dominant form of economic management, leads to the oppression of the proletariat (or lower class), who not only make up the majority of the world's populace but who also spend their lives working for the benefit of the bourgeoisie, or the wealthy ruling class in society. To correct this inequality between the bourgeoisie, who are the wealthy minority, and the proletariat, who are the poorer majority, Marxism advocates, and believes in the historical inevitability of, a proletarian revolution, when the proletariat take control of government, and then implement reforms to benefit their class, namely the confiscation of private property which is then taken under state control and run for the benefit of the people rather than for the interests of private profit.
To make it plain:
  • The proletarian or middle to lowest class is incited to create chaos and anarchy because of the "oppression" by the upper class. The clincher is you have socialists in the middle to lowest class that's organizing and encouraging revolt against the upper class-or against the right party system. This is the Bottom up plan, namely the encouraging of an uprising.
  • With this "uprising" government (which contains socialist radicals and Marxist supporters) is called on for help in stomping the revolt. This is the Top down implementation of the plan, namely stopping the chaos they themselves created.
  • It is at this point that revolution incurs and socialism in implemented causing the cave in of our free market capitalist infrastructure i.e. property seizure via Tax Deal.. This is the Inside out part of it.
So essentially socialism is a bad thing and unconstitutional at best. I'll close with a quote from the Bible: "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge:" -Hosea 4:6a
Get in the know and stay in the know.

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