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“Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance and the gospel of envy.” Sir Winston S. Churchill.

It should be pointed out that Italy’s Fascist Party was formed by the radical socialist, Mussolini. He copied the radical socialist leader of Russia’s Democratic Socialist Worker’ Party, Lenin. The policies and practices of Hitler’s National Socialist German Workers’ Party were a straight lift from the Communist and Fascist socialist parties. Regardless of the party name – Communist, Fascist, National Socialist, Khmer Rouge, Pathet Lao, Viet Minh, Shining Path, FARC etc. – all were single-party dictatorships founded by radical socialists.

The Fascists and Nazis claimed to be different from, and bitter enemies of, the Communists, and managed to convince almost all the rest of the world that this was so. In reality, they were identical in all but how they controlled their economies and the method by which they intended to take over the world. That’s why they are such bitter enemies. It might be useful to think of it as Fascist  socialism versus Communist socialism.

The Fascists and Nazis left the ownership and the profits of the institutions of their economies in the hands of the existing owners (except Jewish owners) but strictly controlled their operations. The Communists expropriated all the institutions of their economy from their existing owners and used party apparatchiks to operate them.

The Fascists and Nazis intended to conquer other countries by war. The Communists intended to take over other countries from within.

All three parties sought and got support from the same client class and were begun by radical socialists. And all were led by three of the most powerful, smooth-tongued orators of the twentieth century who were able to move their audiences to uncritical adoration.

The Concise Oxford Dictionary, 1956 edition, defined socialism as:  “(the) principle that individual freedom should be completely subordinated to (the) interests of (the) community.” [brackets mine] This definition was acknowledged by all – proponents and opponents alike – from the early 1800’s through the 1950’s.

In a public speech in Munich on July 22, 1922, Hitler asserted, “Whoever is prepared to make the national cause his own to such an extent that he knows no higher ideal than the welfare of his nation: …  that man is a socialist.” (“Nazi” comes from Nazional Socialistische Deutsches Arbeiters Partei – National Socialist German Workers Party).

In his book ‘Industry and Humanity’ published in 1918, MacKenzie King declared ; “In the conflict between the … interests of selfish (sic) individuals and the welfare of nations, the latter alone is entitled to consideration.”.

The Liberal-Social-Democrat (LSD) socialist linguists and educators who directed the publishing of dictionaries probably thought that Orwell’s “1984”, plus the reports from the Communist/Fascist/National socialist’s death camps were becoming so well publicized that socialism was getting a bad name. So they changed the definition! The transition began in the early ’60’s at the time of the Pearson-Kent LiberalSocialist regime in Canada and the Kennedys’ Democrat-Socialist regime in the US.

1964 – Pears Cyclopedia: socialism “a form of society in which men and women are not divided into opposing economic classes but live together under conditions of approximate social and economic equality, using in common the means that lie to their hands of promoting social welfare.” [italics mine]

You will notice in the Pears definition that the linguists and educators were somewhat unsure as to the source of the means people were going to use in common, but, by the ’80’s, the definitions got right down to business!

1987 – The New Lexicon Webster’s Dictionary: socialism “a political and economic theory advocating collective ownership of the means of production and control of distribution.” [italics mine]

1990 – Webster’s New World Encyclopedia: socialism “movement aiming to establish a classless society by substituting public for private ownership of the means of production, distribution and exchange.” [italics mine]

1998 – The Canadian Oxford Dictionary: socialism “a political and economic theory of social organization which advocates that the community as a whole should own and control the means of production, distribution and exchange.” [italics mine]

Gone is any reference to the subordination of the individual to the collective.

There are three grades of socialism – Fabian, in which communities are organized on the basis of cooperative, contributory volunteerism. These are usually very small, isolated, idealistic mini-Utopian communes.

LiberalSocialDemocrat (LSD) socialism in a minority of countries in North America, western Europe, Australasia and a few others scattered around the globe. Today, these are led by Lenin’s “Useful Idiots”, the misguided establishments who are eroding the foundations of their communities to prepare for ….

Radical socialism (Communist, Fascist and “Brave New World” versions) that produced the one-party socialist dictatorships which had such an astounding ascendancy in the 20th century.

All dictatorships operate on the original, and still operative, socialist principle that the welfare of the community – as they define it – is the only appropriate concern of government. When Louis XIV said “I am the State” and when the Chinese and Japanese emperors said they ruled with the mandate of Heaven, they were adhering to the socialist worldview. When the Khmer Rouge party slaughtered 25% of the population in Cambodia it did so “for the good of the country”. When Kennedy said “Ask what you can do for your country.” and when Clinton said “It takes a village to raise a child.” they were expressing an aspect of  socialism. Down through the ages, Pharoahs, Emperors, Kings, Caesars/Tzars/Kaisers, Chairmen, Secretaries, Premiers, Prime Ministers, Presidents, Chairmen, Secretaries, and sometimes just “Leaders” have led one-party socialist dictatorships.

LSD socialists talk about “happy” countries. What does that mean? Sheep are “happy”. Southern planters claimed their slaves were “happy”. The betas, gammas, deltas and epsilons in “Brave New World” were “happy”. Does engaging in meaningless work, then spending idle time smoking pot, twittering meaninglessly, screwing any and every Harry, Dick or Tom available, and spending what’s left of one’s time watching brain deadening TV or  playing mindless video games make people “happy”

The LSD socialists of western civilization are Lenin’s “Useful Idiots of the west”. It is deplorable that they been allowed to call themselves “Progressive”! They are the advance guard for radical socialism. They are like termites – eating away the vital foundations of their countries.

Have you noticed the similarity between the tactics employed by the National Socialists to bring down Germany’s Weimar Republic and the tactics employed by the LSD socialists to bring down the newborn Trump administration in the United States?

Riots in the streets, mob violence, property destruction, physical assaults, prevention of speech, slander, fabrications, and phony antipathies based on ancestry or religion, etc., etc., etc.

Lenin quickly established the COMmunistINTERNational in Moscow to advise socialists around the world on how to take over their countries.

“There are eight levels of control that must be obtained before you are able to create a social state.

1) Healthcare – Control healthcare and you control the people.

2) Poverty – Increase the poverty level as high as possible, poor people are easier to control and will not fight back if you are providing everything for them to live.

3) Debt – Increase the debt to an unsustainable level. That way you are able to increase taxes, and this will produce more poverty.

4) Gun Control – Remove the ability to defend themselves from the Government. That way you are able to create a police state.

5) Welfare – Take control of every aspect of their lives (Food, Housing, and Income).

6) Education – Take control of what people read and listen to – take control of what children learn in school.

7) Religion – Remove the belief in the God from the Government and schools.

8) Class Warfare – Divide the people into the wealthy and the poor. This will cause more discontent and it will be easier to tax the wealthy with the support of the poor.”

The LSD socialists in the west subsequently added – Destroy belief in and support for chastity, marriage, fidelity and the nuclear family.

Does any of this sound like what has been happening to the United States? (and Canada and especially Europe?) It’s the script for world conquest by socialism. The  LSD socialists have destroyed every nation in which they have seized power and control.

Personalism” is a new word for the ancient worldview that the welfare of the individual person should be given the foremost consideration in human affairs. Personalism is the true alternative to Socialism. What it boils down to is that in a society driven by the personalist worldview governments exist to serve and support their people while in a society driven by the socialist worldview the people exist to serve and support their governments. Which is better?

March, 2019