The Socialist Revolution Is Upon Us, Can We Stop It?

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This breaks down what is happening and what the goals are. Lack of vision to understand what they are doing is fatal to our freedom and the freedom in the rest of the world.



 

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I wasn’t around in the 60s and early 70s. To the old cats who were, worse now or then?
 

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The Bolsheviks waited until Russia was weaked by WWI when they started their red terror campaign. The socialist here haven't got that far but are getting really close to it. I wonder if the Democrat Socialist party is pushing us toward a large scale war then while fighting it releases their minions for the red terror campaign here at home to finally push our country to an authoritarian government.
 

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Are you attempting to change the topic from what the left is doing to our country as explained in the articles by bringing up 60's protests?
No. I am trying to gauge the actions of the left then, vs now, to find out if the perception of it by those who didn’t hold a favorable of those protests. Did they view as less a threat as compared to now, the same, or more critical? The question is relevant is it not?
 

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No. I am trying to gauge the actions of the left then, vs now, to find out if the perception of it by those who didn’t hold a favorable of those protests. Did they view as less a threat as compared to now, the same, or more critical? The question is relevant is it not?
I see the issue in this. Those protests set the tone.
Interesting question.

Thing is today we have completely different breed of protester. No comparison to the sit ins/love ins/smoke ins I saw in my time. Yes there were some extreme groups that did some damage but no where near the scale we see today.
 

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The Bolsheviks waited until Russia was weaked by WWI when they started their red terror campaign. The socialist here haven't got that far but are getting really close to it. I wonder if the Democrat Socialist party is pushing us toward a large scale war then while fighting it releases their minions for the red terror campaign here at home to finally push our country to an authoritarian government.
Doubtful. Whether you want to believe it or not, the most noteworthy Communist Revolutions (Russia/China) were based in legitimate gripes and have overwhelming popular support. Those conditions do not current exist here, and it’s doubtful it will be in the foreseeable future.
 

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Doubtful. Whether you want to believe it or not, the most noteworthy Communist Revolutions (Russia/China) were based in legitimate gripes and have overwhelming popular support. Those conditions do not current exist here, and it’s doubtful it will be in the foreseeable future.
I really hope you are right. I don't want our country tore apart by internal strife and war.
 

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I really hope you are right. I don't want our country tore apart by internal strife and war.
The caveat, is that the possibility of mirroring Western Europe based socialist practice is a legitimate thought. That I could see happening within my lifetime.
 

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It's a symptom of a legitimate problem I've tried to explain to conservatives for years now.

We've crashed the country into neigh nation killing inflation, and it isn't the fault of young people. They aren't old enough to hold office, and didn't vote many of these individuals into power.
The endless attempts to save social security, all the bailouts, all the money printing. It has stolen their future, and they didn't even get a say in the matter.

So now since their voices have been ignored, they look at the people offering a solution as opposed to the people who deny a problem even exists. Hopes and dreams don't pay a mortgage or put food on the table, neither does ideological wankery.

Like in the other thread, people simply can't comprehend that the dollar has lost the amount of value that it has.

It's time conservatives actually step up and start offering a solution to these problems.
 

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Doubtful. Whether you want to believe it or not, the most noteworthy Communist Revolutions (Russia/China) were based in legitimate gripes and have overwhelming popular support. Those conditions do not current exist here, and it’s doubtful it will be in the foreseeable future.
I see your argument, but we also have to adjust for the fact that people we have today consider it being illegal for them to bugger Billy goats to be a greater encroachment on them than the literal starvation of the supporters of revolutions past.
 

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It's a symptom of a legitimate problem I've tried to explain to conservatives for years now.

We've crashed the country into neigh nation killing inflation, and it isn't the fault of young people. They aren't old enough to hold office, and didn't vote many of these individuals into power.
The endless attempts to save social security, all the bailouts, all the money printing. It has stolen their future, and they didn't even get a say in the matter.

So now since their voices have been ignored, they look at the people offering a solution as opposed to the people who deny a problem even exists. Hopes and dreams don't pay a mortgage or put food on the table, neither does ideological wankery.

Like in the other thread, people simply can't comprehend that the dollar has lost the amount of value that it has.

It's time conservatives actually step up and start offering a solution to these problems.
I like your comparison. Inflation is immanent. Pricing of tangible goods is showing us that. Believe it or not. My opinion is, any proposed solution will fall upon deaf ears. We can only protect ourselves with whatever means we have available to us in these times. I am choosing precious metals. Not 100%, but heavy in comparison to other investments. Time will tell if that’s the right call.
 

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I like your comparison. Inflation is immanent. Pricing of tangible goods is showing us that. Believe it or not. My opinion is, any proposed solution will fall upon deaf ears. We can only protect ourselves with whatever means we have available to us in these times. I am choosing precious metals. Not 100%, but heavy in comparison to other investments. Time will tell if that’s the right call.
When you say you’re choosing precious metals, you mean that you would actually be in possession of said material correct?
 

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It's a symptom of a legitimate problem I've tried to explain to conservatives for years now.

We've crashed the country into neigh nation killing inflation, and it isn't the fault of young people. They aren't old enough to hold office, and didn't vote many of these individuals into power.
The endless attempts to save social security, all the bailouts, all the money printing. It has stolen their future, and they didn't even get a say in the matter.

So now since their voices have been ignored, they look at the people offering a solution as opposed to the people who deny a problem even exists. Hopes and dreams don't pay a mortgage or put food on the table, neither does ideological wankery.

Like in the other thread, people simply can't comprehend that the dollar has lost the amount of value that it has.

It's time conservatives actually step up and start offering a solution to these problems.
It is also important to consider the politics of the solutions. For decades, the supposed conservatives who were in fact globalist RINOs kept insisting on the status quo which was already broken and needed fixed, not a chorus chanting "stay the course". I would draw the obvious parallel with Wayne LaPierre's NRA.

Trump entered the picture and started applying solutions for these problems. The leftists and RINOs ganged up to see that his efforts failed, ultimately using the most massive election fraud in history to stop Trump.

Now we have had the only president in my memory to successfully address so many of our problems shut down and replaced with a senile fool backed up with a seemingly unlimited number of people deliberately self-destructing the country.

I suppose its alright. We may find ourselves without rights, without food, without shelter, but at least there won't be any more mean tweets from the bad, bad orange man.

Seriously, its tough to get solutions when the politicians on both sides of the aisle DO NOT want these problems solved.
 

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I see the issue in this. Those protests set the tone.
Interesting question.

Thing is today we have completely different breed of protester. No comparison to the sit ins/love ins/smoke ins I saw in my time. Yes there were some extreme groups that did some damage but no where near the scale we see today.
I see several reasons for the difference:
1)The communists hadn't infiltrated the NEA and indoctrinated ignorant, cognitively dysfunctional, useful idiots
2)Aside from the "weathermen" and the likes of angela davis, most people didn't think the solution to anything was to destroy the country. And why should they? They'd seen the civil rights movement roll back "jim crow" apartheid without initiating violence, and the ink had just dried on the civil rights act. Generally, in spite of being a turbulent, violent period, the rule of law solved problems.
3)Aside from jane fonda and bozos chanting "go uncle ho(chi min)" on campuses, most people didn't have any stupid romantic notions about communism. USSR show trials and sending political prisoners to gulags, and crushing the Czech independence movement; mao's "cultural revolution"; pol pot & crew committing genocide in Cambodia; were that day's news and anyone old enough to drive, vividly remembered the cuban missle crisis.
 

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The statues are being torn down, history being revised, opposition being muzzled, society restructured, churches squelched, surveillance state being implemented, populace in denial...
That's after the revolution.
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And to blame it on "socialists"?
:lmfao:
 

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The statues are being torn down, history being revised, opposition being muzzled, society restructured, churches squelched, surveillance state being implemented, populace in denial...
That's after the revolution.
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And to blame it on "socialists"?
:lmfao:
I Blane China and all the puppet corporations they own and puppet politicians they own in the United States.
 
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