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A Step Away-Part 2

Posted Monday, November 2, 2009, at 12:05 AM

The 10 steps to Communists Take-over: According to the Communist Manifesto

1.Abolition of property-all owned for public purpose. Happening? Not yet but gov't is on the road to taking over mortgages which is certainly a means to that end.
2.A heavy progressive income-tax. Happening? Well, this one is a no-brainer.
3.Abolition of all inheritance rights. Happening? You have no right to inherit any more because the gov't can raise the inheritance tax to 100%.
4.Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels (those who oppose the gov't) Happenings? Look at asset forfeiture laws.
5.Centralization of credit by means of a national bank Happening? Look at Federal Reserve Bank and "bail-outs" Over 100 banks have closed since Obama took office.
6.Centralization of media and transportation. Happening? Well??? Headed there!
7.Industry owned by the gov't. Happening? AIG, GM, Chrysler, Healthcare, Freddie and Fannie, Citigroup etc...
8.Equal liability of all labor. Happening? Look at National Labor Union, Agriculture Adjustment Act of 1933-farmers get gov't aid if they relinquish control of their farm.
9.Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries-basically melding town and country together and re-distribution of the population. Happening? Not yet however we have plenty of politicians who want to control population using sterilizations and abortions.
10.Free education for all children-Combination of education with industry. Happening? Yes, I firmly state, YES! Govt takes over education-sets the curriculum and indoctrinates the youth with gov't propaganda. Can you think of a few incidents in the schools today?

"...there are some lies that lodge so deep in the hopes of man that they can never be killed no matter how many are executed to make the lie true." Gerard Vanderleun (not a follower but liked the quote)

Next I look at the beginnings of Communism. Where is all began.

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-- Posted by DaveThompson on Mon, Nov 2, 2009, at 5:04 PM

-- Posted by DaveThompson on Mon, Nov 2, 2009, at 5:12 PM

Never mind, this section is just silly especially the government take over of schools. That happened in like the 1920's.

I guess you would rather have religious schools that only teach god's math, creationism, and flower art.

Is there more parania in the air then normal since the tempature dropped?

-- Posted by censored on Mon, Nov 2, 2009, at 9:03 PM

Silly? You act like I just made that stuff up. Silly? Those are the 10 planks of Communist takeover as written. And for the record, I am not all for schools teaching creationism and flowers, although botany is a good study. I am for the basic reading, math, history, literature without skewing it with socilistic bs and removing things from history that would be politically incorrect. I am not for public schools teaching about alternative lifestyles, sex education that is about sexualality instead of biology, watching horror films instead of classics, and teaching history with kid gloves because we don't want to upset anyone with the truth. I am thankful that my kids are growing up here because the schools here are not so political and they do tend to focus on real education. I believe that most of the teachers here are good and have a love of education. However, the government is getting way to much cotrol over it and filtering in their liberal teachings. You want to call it silly to read and talk about real history? Fine by me. I just pass on what I read. I don't make it up. It is what it is. (time: 6:46am)

-- Posted by kimkovac on Tue, Nov 3, 2009, at 6:47 AM


That's some funny stuff. Not to get on your age but It hasn't been too long ago that I was in school and there was no lefty teaching going on. Your sites or media guides have mislead you again.

-- Posted by censored on Tue, Nov 3, 2009, at 6:59 AM


Your bleeding paranoia again.

No one is indoctrinating or ratting.

-- Posted by censored on Tue, Nov 3, 2009, at 7:18 AM

I hear ya. But I do have family that lived the other side of that era that wasn't Garden of Eden like. Farmers and industrial workers, and have heard the good and bad. So I put no faith in nostalgia.

The music of that time and the early part of the century are worth putting through nostalgia vision.

-- Posted by censored on Tue, Nov 3, 2009, at 8:22 AM

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