The Long March through the Institutions



Socialist Social Engineering – Collectivism on Global Export


Coming soon to a mind near you.

  • •  Education
  • •  Health Care
  • •  Welfare

(core institutions – others: press/media, etc)


(elderly care included in welfare)

This ideology is intolerant and demands conformity; the less I toe the line, the more it will hurt me—and it also resembles a pyramid scheme; really nice if you're in from the beginning. Imagine being stuck in any of these instituitions, whithout options and not agreeing with this ideology. It sucks!


Another thing, all creativity has to fit within the pyramid as well. Not good.


Source: My own (creative) life


Home Assignment: What's the difference between National Socialism (German spelling: Nationalsozialismus) and Global Socialism?


For extra credit (4 reich pts): True anti–liberty has already been tried in every thinkable way except for one, which one? Due whenever.

Democrat Socialist or Socialist Democrat?


It doesn't matter, the word democrat in this context has no meaning really, no value whatsoever.


There's nothing democratic about socialism; not with its centralized power and zero tolerance for differing opinions.


The magic word democrat is just part of the pyramid scheme, added to make everything sound more credible—and it fools many, no doubt.


If you have experienced this ideology/religion from the bottom of the pyramid, you understand its evilness.


If you haven't experienced this religion/ideology from the bottom of the pyramid, and you portray it as something good, well, then, you're included in at least one of the four categories mentioned in the quote below that favors reconciliation.


In this case, to reconcile with socialism/marxism/collectivism—whatever, there are so many words for anti–liberty.


It's sad how history repeats itself.


However, there is plenty of hope, all over the place actually. Plenty of visible, not so visible, creative, musical, educational and poetic hope.    ;–)

Interested, Weak, Prejudiced, and a Certain Set of Moderate Men

"Though I would carefully avoid giving unnecessary offence, yet I am inclined to believe, that all those who espouse the doctrine of reconciliation, may be included within the following descriptions.


Interested men, who are not to be trusted, weak men who cannot see, prejudiced men who will not see, and a certain set of moderate men who think better of the European world than it deserves; and this last class, by an ill–judged deliberation, will be the cause of more calamities to this Continent than all the other three.


It is the good fortune of many to live distant from the scene of present sorrow; the evil is not sufficiently brought to their doors to make them feel the precariousness"



Thomas Paine – Common Sense  (1776)

(quotes bonanza)