(Continued from Part 2.)
The Birth of Communism
And here ladies and gentlemen is where the greatest revelation lies…the birth of the infamous Communist Manifesto. When Karl Marx viewed the world, he started as a socialist – but realized that socialism takes too long to accomplish its goal. If one could have the “leaders” make all the decisions, no-one would have to really worry about anything! Life would be easy! Only time is the great hand that slaps humans in the face to wake them up after implementing Communism. Communism after all, is based on subject obedience and brainwashing, plain and simple. One must do as all do, or one will be as none.
The big difference between the Babylonian Empire, the Roman Empire, and the Communist Empire…is communication. Once the radio was invented, mail was not the quickest form of communication anymore. Radio could transmit across countries, across Oceans, across political boundaries. Information became available at light speed compared to script, horse, and even telegraph.
While I am not a Communist, or a Socialist, or a Nationalist, or a Fascist, or a Nihilist, or even an Optometrist…I have studied the effects of said brain disorders throughout my years of life with vigor. The common denominator of the people that fall into the guise of these methodologies is greed. Greed is the ultimate subterfuge sin…it lies in wait with polite patience. When you least expect it to pop up; it pits neighbor against neighbor, brother against brother, wife against husband, etc. It can be something as simple as arguing who gets the last scoop of ice-cream to something as serious as murder.
Even I am guilty of greed, I will admit it readily…as I am sure you are. Do you wish you had 3 shipping containers full of food, bullets, and bandaids? Want is greed, lust is greed, jealousy is greed. Communism relies on the nature of man to be jealous of each other and pit that against each other, while the “elected leaders” fleece everything out from under you and blame someone else. They know that they can pit us against each other, they know that we will fight over crumbs while they write backdoor policy and remove the wealth of our currencies…because they have studied how we react under certain previous empires, governments and dictatorships. Cue the new school bread and circus’… now available on radio!
I am going to break down with a visual aid if you will for a Commie analogy…Imagine one apple tree full of the tastiest looking apples. It has been well cared for, and is full and ripe, ready to be picked. Right next door, another wild tree of the same apple (variety, age, and type), with blemished and misshapen fruit. Would it be a stretch to assume that the first tree was of better quality because of the care by its steward? Spraying for pests, watering for health, weeding for competition? Work, and pride in that work, went into that tree to make it what it is compared to the alternate tree. Free choice for a given end result made that beautiful product.
Let’s drag this analogy further…suppose you took all of the apples off of that first tree and put them in a pile in front of 3 people. Would those people be able to eat those apples all in the few weeks it takes them to spoil? Likely not – you would need to preserve, store, and stagger your harvest/consumption to ensure no fruit went to waste through the year, not to mention the stomachache.
So, you have that first beautiful tree right? The commies come and say “Wow, everyone should be able to share the joy in eating from that apple tree right!? After all, nature gave us the bounty of that tree, and we all are part of nature!” They instill greed and lust right then and there. This is the beginning – lust for the beauty/wealth of others which cost them nothing to admire. Let’s say they are successful and convince everyone else to “vote” to steal the hard work of the owner of that first tree to share amongst themselves. They kill the owner for daring to defend his property against their “unanimous decision” as they rob him, pick all the fruit, and eat 1/3 of it before it rots.
The next year comes, and, for the good of the masses, the 3 people are appointed to tend the trees to make more apples. They plant more seeds, but do not know that apples do not come true to seed, and take years to produce. The following season, they still have only the original two trees producing. Both produce mediocre fruit, misshapen and filled with worms from lack of care. Only 1/3 of the harvest is reasonably edible. Most of that edible harvest goes to their “leaders” to distribute to others (HA!). By the time the 3 get tired of cutting out the worms and rot, they give up and 75% of the remaining crop is wasted. This continues year over year, until the trees are bare, and cut down to heat their houses. Famine is at the doorstep, and the rulers begin feeding the 3 owners to their dogs.
Communists look at resources in current potential, always as the whole, always what is good for the whole…that is…after the top brass have taken their share. I mean hey, how can I manage this whole country without private travel, armed consortiums, and a few dozen houses!? A resource exists at a given quantity because that is what is available, they make no effort to understand why that resource is available. The result is all too common with governmental manipulation and mismanagement. A $75 hammer, bridges/roads that buckle under their own weight from cutting costs (or ripping up roads entirely), $3 trillion health plans that only let you get Chinese meds, etc.
This is exactly what was seen in the USSR; the Bolsheviks planted the seed of lust, and the rest was human nature. Greed for the “good of others” (remember you are one of those others), or “Re-distributing the wealth of the Rich” as our American commies are now spewing, is the root of human desire. Desire…that is what I identify as the component of greed and the lure to communism. Human beings are designed to desire things. Things like closeness to others, feelings of importance, love, contribution, and purpose. All of these things are available in a solid relationship…but unfortunately also (with the exception of Love) from an all-powerful government.
Remember; communism has no God, for it is convinced that it can replace God and family. Millions of Soviet peoples were depressed from the mismanagement of previous governments, and desired to feel a sense of purpose…and full bellies. They allowed zealots to highjack their structure of leadership, and to take from the top of the pile, as they themselves received promises of a constant dusting of the proceeds as the fruit of that resource withered away. The people of Ukraine will tell you plainly for those who remember the 7 million there that starved to death, while the “Motherland” took the wheat from their own backyards.
The takeaways are vast, but I will attempt to summarize.
• When a person says they want something “for the good of…” they are likely a commie.
• When a person says that “everyone will receive / needs / has a right to have…” they are likely a commie.
• When a person says anything negative towards the importance of a family…they are a commie, or at least a socialist.
• When a person says “it is not fair that I don’t get…” they are acting like a commie.
• When a person or group says “It’s for the children!” they are probably a commie, possibly a fascist.
• Any statement against religion, no matter the religion, is a statement towards communism.
Even though I do not agree with or support other religions than my own, I recognize that freedom of religion is everyone’s right.
I can politely attempt to share the truth without being aggressive, and hope that you join His table in peace.
Like the analogy of the apple tree, once you get to a certain point where you see no benefit from any work that you put into life, you give up. You stop actively producing and begin bare-minimum’ing. That is the great deceit of communism – desire works both ways – you don’t desire to do anything you don’t see benefit from. When everybody wins…nobody wins. Remember, the riches of a country is in its people…not always its resources.
(To be concluded tomorrow, in Part 4.)