Know Your Socialists

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If his boot is standing on your throat, the color of his shirt does not matter.

No quarter.

7 responses to “Know Your Socialists

  1. If we look at this from the perspective of societal organization, rather than political orthodoxy, the picture becomes a bit clearer. All we have to do is ask ourselves a few questions about how the people are required to view themselves, whether by political force of cultural tendency, to make this determination.

    The difference, of course is one where the people are required to submit to the state in all things, such as income, property, culture, thinking, etc., vs one where freedom and independence of the state is fostered. In other words, collectivism vs. the individual. One has to think very hard, these days, to think of one jurisdiction in the west that isn’t collectivist. I can’t think of any.

    Everything else is just brand names, like Coke vs. Pepsi, GM vs. Ford. One form of collectivism likes to market themselves as top down, like the Nazis, the other bottom up like the Commies. Our particular brand is more culturally orientated collectivism, as in Cultural Marxism, combined with a state-sponsored corporatism, or oligarchy.

    Regardless, it’s the same scum who are running the show, all for their benefit.

  2. Fascism is the same system as Communism. The only difference is whether Organized Labor or a Public-Private Industrial Complex consumes other people’s money. Other differences such as national versus international are merely cosmetic. Both require strict control of people to survive.

  3. “Fascism is the same system as Communism. The only difference is whether Organized Labor or a Public-Private Industrial Complex consumes other people’s money.”

    What do you call a tyranny based on a completely Private Industrial Complex?

    • “What do you call a tyranny based on a completely Private Industrial Complex?”

      Usually “fascism.” It’s all about property, starting with the ownership of your own self. The only relevant difference between fascism and communism is what gets printed on the Certificate of Title of real estate and chattel goods.

      They both have the same as Title to you and your life—“Us.” No need of a Certificate for that.

      Well okay, modern democracies put it a little differently—“Everyone else.” But since liars lie, “everyone else” translates to “us.”

    • “What do you call a tyranny based on a completely Private Industrial Complex?”

      Thievery requires the belief that a person is entitled to expropriate the property of others without compensation, itself a collectivist concept. Therefore, there can be no completely private form tyranny.

    • “What do you call a tyranny based on a completely Private Industrial Complex?”

      Sounds like a mythical creature. Any real world examples? At first thought perhaps the Hudson Bay Co., or similar, but those operated solely by and through grant of monopoly, by .gov

      Can’t think of any valid example, can you?