The Concept of Socialism

On this page I am presenting, from my life experiences, as well as education, the hidden agendas of socialism.


Understanding the Concept of Socialism


It would be prudent to mention, in the beginning of this article, that I did not only grow up in socialism, but also, that my dad was a dedicated communist, who actually believed in the communist illusion. Therefore, I do not have only a fairly rich experience in this matter,
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 but also a quite detailed education, given, or better said forced, on me, and that not only by my dad, but also by the school. I will have a separate article on my personal page called, "Growing up in Socialism", where I will in more details present the sad and ridiculous state of existence in socialist society, especially where the human mind is concerned, and where the will to live, as well as hope, gradually dies as one gets older.

First and for most, Socialism is not about the economy, though it would appears so, but in reality it is all about grasping the power over the people, or better said, over the masses, through taking over their life resources. This tends to happen in countries that do not have a strong middle class, which the communists and socialist called, the "bourgeoisie", the business or property owners, which, after God, are the prime target.

Once the middle class is gone, or becomes very small, you end up with very few folks that are well off, and a whole lot of poor people, of which many lack even the basic things like food. In such case all one needs is just a few speakers to light up the masses to madness, and the revolution is on the way. Once when the government is toppled, the infamous "Robin Hood" politics and economics are implemented, which basically are summed up in the simple concept of taking and confiscating the property of the rich and giving it to the poor. 

 In the beginning things usually go fairly well, because the socialist government confiscated a lot of wealth and money from the rich folks, who often are just glad to leave with just a little money. After about ten years things start to go bad and this mainly, because the people's mentality changes to almost complete apathy toward the state and its politics, in short, people go to sleep, metaphorically speaking, of course.
Once when the state has total control over the human resources, it is almost impossible to change that, because many people are afraid to, since at that point the government is providing for them. The mentality of most folks is like the mentality of a slave, that is provided for by his master, and is afraid to leave, because he has no place to go.
The socialists, or as they call themselves in the US, the liberals, learned from their past mistakes, and realized, that the way to socialism is a progressive and systematic change, and not by the way of revolution and drastic change, as it was done in Russia.

And so, this socialist taking over a society, or a country, starts by taking over the educational system, to prepare the future generation mentally for the socialist and communist ideology and thought.

Once these students enter the world of politics of such state, they begin to implement gradually and progressively the socialist changes to the state economy.
The idea here is to gradually take over the human resources; the education of course must be first, and then taking over primarily the energy resources, the banking, and the health care, as well as the major parts of the industry. It could be said, that the socialist and communist ideology is a social virus, that tends to infect the masses, hence the internet such helpful tool in infecting the minds of people with this virus.

The Company Store
Once all this is established, a person living in such place finds himself living in the infamous "company store". In other words, nothing will change from the previous state of being poor in the capitalist system, except that there is no hope for change or better life. In other words, as it has been wisely said, though some folks see it as a joke, "The difference between capitalism and socialism is, that in capitalism there are rich and the poor, while in socialism they are all poor", except that one should add to the latter the words: "without hope".
The "communists" laugh at the Americans, because most of the Americans have no clue what socialism is, and what is happening to them, while most support it without even knowing it. Here is the irony of it all, as people here support democracy not knowing, that democracy is the first stage of the progress to communism.

 In short, the first stage is democracy, the second socialism, and the final stage is supposed to be some delusional golden age society of plenty, and where there is no need for money, in other words, a money free society.
I was only 12 years old and my brother Josef was 13, and we used to debate these things in that age already, and we used to laugh at the communist ideology. My brother pointed out then, in a simple statement, the obvious, "The communists just simply forgot to include in their ideology the human greed". However, it is through the envy and greed of the poor that they get to power, which is another issue I will return to.

The socialist, or the left, want to give to people whatever the people want, and that for simple reason. Once you give people something for free, as if there would be such things, it is very difficult, if not impossible, for them to give it up. And of course if you attempt to take it away from them, you will have unrests, demonstration, uprisings and what not, which can be seen in the present state in the behavior of various unions.
And so, a simple and very realistic question rises, "How many people would be willing, for the sake of freedom, to give up all their social benefits, like social security, health benefits, or the unemployment benefits"? And this is why the left is laughing at the Americans, because they know that the Americans are too weak and cowardly to give up these things.

The precursor of socialism, the democratic process, is very important to the socialistic evolution, because it needs the people to give the government the full authority over the army, lest the army will overthrow the government, hence the title for the president, the Commander-in-chief.In another article I will present the concept of a republic, or better said different versions of such governing.

In conclusion, I would like to say to the Americans some words of ancient wisdom, that one of the secrets of life is learning how to let go. The more you take from the state, the more you become dependent on the state, and the harder it becomes to let go of all those so-called benefits. The more you receive, the more power you are giving to the state over you and your freedom.

When God made a man in His image, He made him first and foremost free, because like Himself, God too is free. But freedom is not for the cowards, who, in their fears, willingly enslave themselves through their democratic process, or should I say, a demagogical process for the stupid?

Here are some of the infamous quotes from Nikita Khrushchev, and below that a clip with the very wise words of Ezra Taft Benson, where he also speaks of Czechoslovakia and the year I was born. And so, from the artistic perspective, I often state, that I was born by the footstool of the throne of the beast.

Nikita Khrushchev's quote 1: "We can't expect the American People to jump from Capitalism to Communism, but we can assist their elected leaders in giving them small doses of Socialism, until they awaken one day to find that they have Communism."
Nikita Khrushchev's quote 2: "We will win without a war."
Nikita Khrushchev's quote 3: "Politicians are the same all over. They promise to build a bridge even where there is no river."

Most people do not get the last quote, because it is literally mocking the communist ideology itself, a bridge of illusion to nowhere. Communism is pure illusion, in which the fools believe, and the cunning and arrogant exploit.


Written by Ludvik K. Stanek March 07, 2011




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