The seeds for National Socialism?s destruction of liberty in Germany
germinated in Bismarck?s nationalization of healthcare in 1883-1889 and, of
course, continued to a disastrous conclusion under Hitler
By 1920, the National Socialist German Workers? Party
already advocated the following themes, now familiar as trends in the United
States: creation of a managed economy with an extensive welfare state;
anti-capitalism with profit-sharing between government and industry;
nationalization of financial institutions; central government control of
education, press, and culture; government control of elections and the media;
incitement of class and religious conflict; anti-Christianity and anti-Semitic
policies; and personalization of leadership.
Pervasive Statism of this nature
stands only a short distance from the total Statism of Lenin and actually has
little to distinguish it from the latter in terms of consequence.
What is this? We are now ?walking? towards
Socialism/Communism? This can not happen in the United States. We the people
fought battles to stop this from happening in the world... and yet, here we are today, just a step or two from
becoming a huge third world Socialist/Communist nation.
- Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and
the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.
* [above] Winston Churchill, as quoted in The New American Newspeak
Dictionary by Adrian Krieg, p. 96
- We are socialists, we are enemies of today?s capitalistic
economic system -- we are all determined to destroy this system under
* [above] Adolf Hitler, Speech of May 1, 1927 (Adolf Hitler: The Definitive
- Under communism (socialism), there is no incentive to supply people
with anything they need or want, including safety.
* [above] George Reisman, in (Capitalism : A Treatise on Economics)
- The historical experience of socialist countries has sadly
demonstrated that collectivism does not do away with alienation but
rather increases it, adding to it a lack of basic necessities and
* [above] Pope John Paul II, Centesimus Annus (1991)
- Socialists cry "Power to the people", and raise the clenched fist as
they say it. We all know what they really mean ? power over people,
power to the State.
* [above] Margaret Thatcher, in a speech to Conservative Central Council (15
This strategy is in the service of weakening the working power of individuals
and of increasing power of the Federal Government and ultimately destroying the
healthy American social system that the ?social cancer? feeds on. When this
happens, few will understand how this once great nation was destroyed.
The original American patriots were those individuals
brave enough to resist oppressive power. I accept the true definition of patriotism as that effort to
resist oppressive state power.
The true patriot is motivated by a sense of
responsibility -- for himself, his family, and the future of his country -- to
resist government abuse of power. He rejects the new Propaganda Induced notion that
patriotism means obedience. A patriot must always be ready to defend his country
against his government.
Communism The Move From Russia to Europe..?
Gorbachev was out in Russia but he had new Western friends. They first
gave credit to Gorbachev for the fall of the USSR. He formed his own
organization to further his plans made in 1987 for a Socialist united single
government of all Europe and Russia pushing America back. These plans went on as if nothing happened to Russia.
Only 46 days after Gorbachev resigned from the now defunct USSR the
Maastricht Treaty was signed. This is the treaty that created the European
Union, and led to the creation of the EU , the Euro, the Common Foreign and
Security Policy, EU justice, EU home affairs, and EU Political Cooperation.
Later, on May 1, 1999 (Communist May Day) the Amsterdam Treaty
came into effect, and expanded EU in Social internal matters. And just like
the Politburo plans of 1987, on February 6, 2001 The Treaty of Nice was
signed to expended the EU to Eastern Europe. -- The goal of socialism is
communism. - Vladimir Lenin.