6 July, 2018

Entertainment: “Why I’m a Communist — and Why You Should Be, Too”

Posted by Socrates in anti-White themes, communism, communism as a fraud, communism-as-Jewish, communist brutality, Cuba, Cultural Marxism, Jewed philosophy, jewed politics, Jewish genetics, jewish hate & hypocrisy, Karl Marx, Marx and England, Marxism, political correctness, propaganda, socialism, Socrates, Soviet holocaust, Soviet Union, War On White People at 2:34 pm | Permanent Link

Oh, this is really funny. Quick, by a show of hands: how many of you communists in the West: a) refuse to move to the tropical “paradise” called Cuba, b) still live with your bourgeoisie parents, c) buy food at evil, capitalist food stores, d) drive, or ride in, evil, capitalist-made cars and e) own evil, capitalist-made computers? Every one of you! And, how many of you actually believe that the alienated, revolution-minded Jew, Karl Marx, wanted the gentile world to be “equal” and “fair”? As if Marx gave two shits about the well-being of the gentile world. Like all radical Jews, he wanted to upset the apple cart.

Communism has been tried and has been proven to be a failure in numerous countries already. For example, in the Soviet Union and China, after decades of communism, “the state” never “withered away” and disappeared as Marx had promised [1]. For newbies who know little about communism: it was designed by Marx, who hoped that he could destroy the White countries by planting ridiculous ideas in the heads of the White citizens [2]. The scary part: his plan would have worked had more White people embraced communism; but it still might work via a new form of communism known as Cultural Marxism, a.k.a. Political Correctness; more people are embracing Cultural Marxism today than embraced the original communism; even pre-school children are being brainwashed with Cultural Marxism.

One more thing: communism must always kill and oppress large numbers of people, because there are always plenty of citizens who won’t “toe” the Marxist line. As shown in every communist country, those dissenters are always murdered and/or imprisoned.

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[1] Many communists call themselves “socialists” because it sounds better — sort of like a burglar saying, “I’m not a burglar, I’m only a trespasser.” Socialism is “pre-communism.” Lenin admitted that “the goal of socialism is communism”

[2] Marx admitted that, if his poisonous ideas didn’t spread to England, all of his efforts were wasted, which was basically an admission that his ideas were designed only for the White countries: “Marx, when living in England, said that any revolution that did not spread to England was a storm in a teacup.” — – from the book “European Jungle” (London, England; Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1939), by F. Yeats-Brown, p. 64;  furthermore, Dr. William Pierce called communism a “poisonous, anti-White creed” in National Vanguard Books Catalogue #19, June 2000, page 33, top right. Marxism was an ethnic (Jewish) movement posing as a political/economic movement


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  7. One Response to “Entertainment: “Why I’m a Communist — and Why You Should Be, Too””

    1. Pierre Says:

      But does any government have the right, asks Richard Pipes, in his book, Russia under the bolshevik regime (Vintage Books 1995), to remake human beings and refashion society without the mandate of the people and even against its will in the spirit of the early communist slogan: “We will drive mankind to happiness by force.”

      According to Kant, writes Richard Pipes, man must never be a means to an end, but an end in himself.

      To sacrifice a nation and a people for some utopia created by egocentric out of touch men who couldn’t care less about the people they are using to fulfill their dreams is not only unethical but criminal.

      “Modern society, concludes Richard Pipes, is a complicated structure difficult to grasp, so one should never impose on it patterns of conduct. […] It is best to let people be. The tragic and sordid story of communism teaches that political authority must never be employed for ideological reasons.”

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