Heed the Warning: It’s the Socialism, Stupid

Posted on November 2, 2008. Filed under: Liberal Idiots, Politics, Socialism/Communism |

Heed the Warning!! Even the socialist candidate in the 40’s knew that socialism would not be accepted if it was openly called socialism, but they’re slipping it in under the term ‘liberalism’, just as he predicted. What’s it gonna take to make people realize this???

It’s the Socialism, Stupid

“The American people will never knowingly adopt socialism. But, under the name of ‘liberalism,’ they will adopt every fragment of the socialist program, until one day America will be a socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.” – Norman Thomas, U.S. Socialist Party presidential candidate 1940, 1944 and 1948

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A socialist posing as a liberal? That would be a little too obvious, don’t you think, especially when you have tons of conservatives making such accusations all over the media?

If I was a socialist trying to overthrow capitalism, I think I would pose as a conservative talking that same ole pro-business rhetoric you hear so much by the political right (that’s “right” as opposed to “left”, definitely not as opposed to “wrong”). That way, I wouldn’t be so suspected. I would then push policies that subsidize big business, use government resources to respond to corporate wishes, and allow big corporations to combine, consolidate, collude and cooperate with each other in the manner that they see fit instead of competing with each other to create a TRUE Market economy, which of course is something they really don’t idealize like they say they do as it is so risky to their TRUE interests. And of course, I would do this all in the name of that ole “Laissez faire” ideology you hear thrown around by the political right. That way the supply and prices of most goods/services will be pretty much be set and manipulated by the whims of a plutocracy instead of by true market forces therefore in effect creating a more planned economy. You know – kind of like the way it’s done now.


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