35 Burst results for "Karl Marx"

How Did Morgan Zegers Become the Anti-Communist She Is Today?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:22 min | Last month

How Did Morgan Zegers Become the Anti-Communist She Is Today?

"How does a 25 year old born in America end up being as anti communist? Some who have listened have heard your story before, but it was a long time ago. So share with us your incredible college story that kind of lit the fuse. Yeah, so I went to American university in Washington D.C. and my roommate was a communist with a poster of Mao Zedong, Lenin Stalin, Karl Marx and Fidel Castro on her wall. And as she has these mass murderers and dictators on the wall, she was telling me that her ideas, the similar ideas to the men on the poster, they were going to end poverty in America and uplift the working class and bring progress in all the usual talking points, and something in my brain just didn't compute and not only that, I mean, I knew that that didn't add up. But I just didn't know what to say to her. And so that really sent me on a mission to help young people in America that understand at the core that, you know, these guys were really bad mass murderers and dictators, but we just don't know what to say to our peers that are falling for it. I want to help equip them with the truth and equip them with the way to have a conversation that could change a heart and mind, because what really inspires me, there's this Michigan state university study that said the best way to change a young person's opinion with an imposing viewpoint is actually hearing it from a peer, not from a parent or a professor. So we really like to use that concept of peer rationale to reach as many young people as possible.

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We Need to Read What the Bad Guys Say

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 2 months ago

We Need to Read What the Bad Guys Say

"Paul how significant this is another thing, so you know me. I have this background from Central Europe because of my parents, but I spent the last 20 years in the national security realm dealing with counter terrorism and what I did was I studied the bad guys Al-Qaeda ISIS. I read what they wrote and shockingly because nobody in the U.S. government actually read it. I taught that to our operators, our green berets, intelligence, analysts and the FBI. What does it say about strategic culture that people didn't even pay attention to the speech that Putin gave a week before the invasion, this pseudo history verbal diarrhea where he said, well, you know, Ukraine never been an independent country. It's Russian. It's always been Russian before the duchy of muscovy, the Vikings landed there who became the modern Rus people. Because that tells you what he's going to do and that tells you he's going to take the whole country. Why you are the guy who's written the books, especially dupes and now the devil and Karl Marx. It's not rocket science. It's not brain surgery. We need to read what the bad guys say, don't we? Yeah, we do. And in fact, somebody that I wrote a lot of books about Ronald Reagan, Ronald Reagan all the time actually red marks actually red Lennon actually. And this is funny because Reagan, of course, was portrayed by the left as an idiot, as somebody who didn't read. And Reagan would say all the time, he would protest, well, you know, I'm only quoting their own documents, which I've actually read. And I reminded right now, said quite a bit during this period about Reagan and the 1980s trying to block the construction of the Soviet Siberian gas pipeline. And there were two strands of it. One of the strands he tried to delay the construction of and the second one he tried to block the construction of altogether. And this was something that even Margaret Thatcher wasn't with him on. I mean, this is now declassified. We actually sabotaged the software and the electronics for that pipeline. That's exactly right. Yeah, sorry about the shameless plug. I wrote about this in my book, the crusader. And we sabotage it. It was an explosion that you can see from space.

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Truckers Unite: The Marxist Irony of a Genuine Worker-Led Revolt

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Truckers Unite: The Marxist Irony of a Genuine Worker-Led Revolt

"Karl Marx, who coined the slogan workers of the world unite. And Marx's point is that workers everywhere have a kind of common interest, and they are being exploited by the elites, and they need to rise up. Well, look at this trucker revolt that we're seeing started in Canada. It's now in the United States. And who are the truckers? Were there the working class? These are the blue collar guys who get it done and deliver merchandise and drive cross country and they are up in arms about, well, what they see as elite tyranny, a symbolized by vaccine mandates, shot downs and so on. So this is something that the left has waited for for a long time. Well, really, ever since Mark. So they've been waiting for this for a 150 years. And for a long time, there were socialists who said, well, the working class, they're not organized. They don't know how to do this revolt. The revolt has to be done for them. This was kind of Lenin. Who talked about a kind of proletarian Vanguard, a leadership elite that would sort of spearhead the revolution? Well, here with the truckers you don't have that kind of elite. This is not something that is being organized by a group of intellectuals or professors or lawyers. It's the truckers themselves. So this is a bottom up genuine working class revolt. And guess what? The left absolutely hates it. And so here we get to an insight that Mark seems to have missed completely, which is that the values of the left certainly the modern left today's left are thoroughly antagonistic to the values of the working class. From the left point of view, the working class is obsessed with religion, they're obsessed with guns. They're obsessed with patriotism. They want to be left alone. They want to be free. And of course, the elites don't want them to be free because they'll eat wannabe ruling over them.

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Historian William Federer Takes a Look Back at Various Forms of Government

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Historian William Federer Takes a Look Back at Various Forms of Government

"I'm talking to our friend Bill Federer with American minute dot com. Bill, you just gave us the four stages that went to the French through the French Revolution and onward. So please maybe reprise that. So we can track. Right. So we have the pilgrim covenant form of government. Think of it as a triangle. You get rights and blessings from God and you voluntarily take care of your neighbor because you're accountable to God. In the century after the pilgrims, covenant turned into social contract with a distant God. This comes out of the scientific revolution where you have Isaac Newton discovering laws of gravity. Kepler discovering laws of planetary motion, Robert Boyle discovering laws of pressure. And so some theologians said, well, gee, maybe God made everything with laws, and like a guy winds up a clock and said that on the shelf, everything's following these rules, these gears. But if God's there, he's distant. He's far removed. The ultimate of this is spinoza's, you know, that God's an impersonal force in the universe and so forth. And so the century after this age of enlightenment, distant God, you have the French Revolution. And it's a social contract with no God. You get your rights from the group, you're accountable to the group. And then in this, one of the writers of the French Revolution was Jean Jacques Rousseau. And he said, if the state says to an individual, it's expedient for the state that you should die. That individual on a die, because it's like there's a gift made by the generosity of the state. It's like, okay, there's some serious consequences to getting rid of this God. You don't have any rights other than what the state grants you. And what the state give us, the state can take it the way. Well, the century after the French Revolution is where you have Hegel and Karl Marx and you have

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"karl marx" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:43 min | 4 months ago

"karl marx" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"I've been talking the last few days about The Economist Joseph schumpeter and his description of the distinctive features of the entrepreneur. I want to conclude my discussion of schumpeter's book called the entrepreneur. By talking about how schumpeter is so far superior in his analysis to Karl Marx. Now, let's summarize what schumpeter has been saying he's been saying, look, things don't get done in a productive economy, unless the entrepreneur is there to do them. Now the entrepreneur doesn't do them by himself or by herself, what the entrepreneur does is make it happen. Think of the idea and then organize the idea, raise the capital, sometimes the entrepreneur supplies the capital, sometimes the entrepreneur goes and gets the capital from investors or from a venture capital firm or from a bank. So the capital comes from somewhere. And then the entrepreneur takes risk and the entrepreneur does the marketing and the entrepreneur kind of pulls it all together. So you might have a good idea, but if it's not carried out, then it remains an idea on the shelf. You might have people willing to work, but if there's no entrepreneur, willing to employ them and say, listen, I need this to be done. I need that to be done. There's no way to get a regular paycheck because there's no one who's organizing the activity that puts you to work. And so this is schumpeter's point that the entrepreneur is the indispensable feature of the market machine.

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Why Joseph Schumpeter Is Far Superior to Karl Marx

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:43 min | 4 months ago

Why Joseph Schumpeter Is Far Superior to Karl Marx

"I've been talking the last few days about The Economist Joseph schumpeter and his description of the distinctive features of the entrepreneur. I want to conclude my discussion of schumpeter's book called the entrepreneur. By talking about how schumpeter is so far superior in his analysis to Karl Marx. Now, let's summarize what schumpeter has been saying he's been saying, look, things don't get done in a productive economy, unless the entrepreneur is there to do them. Now the entrepreneur doesn't do them by himself or by herself, what the entrepreneur does is make it happen. Think of the idea and then organize the idea, raise the capital, sometimes the entrepreneur supplies the capital, sometimes the entrepreneur goes and gets the capital from investors or from a venture capital firm or from a bank. So the capital comes from somewhere. And then the entrepreneur takes risk and the entrepreneur does the marketing and the entrepreneur kind of pulls it all together. So you might have a good idea, but if it's not carried out, then it remains an idea on the shelf. You might have people willing to work, but if there's no entrepreneur, willing to employ them and say, listen, I need this to be done. I need that to be done. There's no way to get a regular paycheck because there's no one who's organizing the activity that puts you to work. And so this is schumpeter's point that the entrepreneur is the indispensable feature of the market machine.

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Why Hasn't Karl Marx Been 'Cancelled'?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 4 months ago

Why Hasn't Karl Marx Been 'Cancelled'?

"We need to be clear about this. So if you're sending your kids to viola or Wheaton or Baylor or any of these schools, ask them if they have allowed CRT a place at the table. I'm sorry to say they probably have. Maybe you can tell us more specifically whether they have. Well, and I don't know about those schools. So I really have no idea. But on that point with marks, too, if, I mean, colleges will look you and I don't favor canceling people. But you have to, you have to wonder, why haven't they canceled Karl Marx? I mean, there are professors with bus of Karl Marx in their office. Why are students not outside banging on the door yelling? Racist racism. Right. We're in a reserve to cries of racism for people who actually aren't racist. You know, I have to say that this is the kind of thing. You know, you hear people say, you couldn't make it up. I mean, the idea that not only is marks and atheism, not only do these things lead one intellectually to racism, but then you find that, oh yes, and by the way, marks actually was a racist. It's very important folks that when something is that clear that you talk about it. I just think we have to say that it's almost funny that in this day and age, if you're a real racist, a real Marxist, people don't call you a racist, but if you're clearly not a racist, if you're against it with every bone in your body, you're likely to be called a racist that people disagree with you, which is kind of what's happened to you. And to me, these words have been rendered meaningless in a way

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Karl Marx Was Explicitly Racist

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Karl Marx Was Explicitly Racist

"If you follow the logic, Marxism is clearly strongly explicitly atheistic. And if you are atheistic, you have no grounds on which to say racism is bad. So it's almost comical how knotted these ideas get that the idea that you could not understand that somebody like marks not only is he ideologically leaning toward racist ideology, but then you find out, yes, and by the way, he was personally explicitly racist.

What Happened When Morgan Zegers, Founder of Young Americans Against Socialism, Met Her Communist College Roommate?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:32 min | 5 months ago

What Happened When Morgan Zegers, Founder of Young Americans Against Socialism, Met Her Communist College Roommate?

"I had never heard the words bigot or xenophobe or misogynist before until my first day of college where we had diversity and equity training. Have you guys heard of that? And that was I think 5 years ago at this point. It was years and years ago, and it was just coming on the scene, and look how fast everything's changed in America, where now people are saying that they can just make up any gender or any pronoun that they want. But that's where I first learned these words of diversity training and everything that the left is now using to divide us with their cultural Marxism tactics. And of course, one of the worst stories was when they advocated for a segregated cafe on my campus. Now I tell you all this so that you understand college is a weird experience for most average Americans these days. But what really set me off and what started my journey into what I do now, I run the nonprofit young Americans against socialism. It was the moment I walked into a house off campus that I was moving into my last year. It turns out my roommate had a poster that just kept catching my attention as I'm trying to talk with her trying to get introduced to her. I'm trying to respect her with eye contact, but I keep looking to the oversight of the wall and I'm wondering, why is this drawing my attention and then I realized? It's because I recognize the men on a poster on her wall. It was Mao Zedong, Lennon, Stalin, Karl Marx and Fidel Castro, the poster said, welcome to the party. And these mass murderers and dictators that were on my roommate's wall had these party hats on, and they had these fruity little cocktail umbrella drinks. And I looked at her and I had no idea what to say. No idea what to say. And so I just looked at her and I said, what's that? What is that? And she looked at me with the biggest smile on her face, and she said, oh, I'm a communist. And from then on, you guys, you would think that little mess upstate New York daughter of a colonel served on operation Iraqi freedom served at 9 11. You'd think I would know what to say when I met a communist, right? I'm a big history nerd thanks to my parents, but no. I had absolutely no idea what to say to a communist with mass murderers and dictators on her wall that was giving me the same talking points that we hear all the time throughout the 20th century and from the leftists of America today that her version of communism if done right this time because it's never been done right before, would bring equity for all it would end poverty. It would support the working class and bring dignity to them, all the usual talking points. I had no idea what to say to somebody who was able to push that kind of rhetoric onto me. And it was such a disappointing

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"karl marx" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:55 min | 5 months ago

"karl marx" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"And so this became the crying point for the government and for our police department against its own officers. And that was part of the corruption that you look at and go, this doesn't make sense. And there's some more stuff I've got in the book where the president of the metro council on them personally. I reached out to him with all the facts. He said, I'll do a press conference Monday and get them all out. He didn't do that. He jumped on the bandwagon and actually spoke against us. But all that's documented, which is good on our part and so we thought we were safe, but then it all just exploded after the George Floyd incident. Talk about two things as we close here. One is, was this did this have a demoralizing effect on you that was part of the reason you decided to step out and go listen, I've had enough of this. And second, is it not a fact that not just the defund the police specifically, but the broader campaign of demoralizing the police is in fact the most likely explanation for why we've seen an emboldening of the criminal class and a huge spike in crime rates nationwide. Well, that is the main factor which you just said right there. The involvement of them because you've got courts who won't hold them accountable. They let them out, almost every major case you look at across the country. And I've been keeping track of it. The fact that the people that are involved in it that either led to a police incident that became controversial or innocent people dying, those people should have been in jail. They should have been held accountable. Instead, these judges are letting them out on probation. For instance, the guy who the reason the entire reason we were at the house this night, JaMarcus Glover, he had 5 pending felony cases for drugs and guns. Then he called this case. This is including the cases he had out of Mississippi already for the same type thing. He came to Louisville. He has all these cases stacked up in court. But what do they do with him? Two weeks ago, released him on probation for these charges. Clear and free, not even house arrest. They said, oh, if you go back to Mississippi, then, you know, you're good, you can go. And he left. And so there's no accountability for these guys and they know it and still be emboldened as come. When you talk about defunding the police, so the narrative of quote defunding the police, got some backlash, right? They got some pushback, people didn't like it. But they've effectively done it anyway. They already did it. They didn't have to sign any laws. They didn't have to do anything. They have come after innocent cops. They braided them. They killed morale. People have quit. People have retired and left because of it because they know there's no support, and you don't want to be the guy trying to get the criminals, and then being the one behind bars you're trying to get to criminals. And so they've effectively defunded the police nationwide with those rhetorics and with those outcomes. And so yeah, part of me, I wanted to say my family safety was in peril because we had death threats on us. So it probably wouldn't have been smart for me to go back. But even when I attempted to go back, our chief sent an involuntary transfer to having me in the property room, and that's not what I wanted to do. It's not one of the police officers. And I said, why didn't do anything wrong? I didn't break any laws that didn't violate any policy. Why am I being punished? And they just said, well, it's for the good of the department. So that was my cue to say, well, I'm going to exit stage left and go somewhere where I can make a difference. And that's one of the reasons I wrote this book and that's just because not only to get the truth out but then to expose the corruption that goes on to expose some of the things behind the scenes that the average citizen just doesn't know about. I mean, it's like pulling Oz's curtain back and going, you know, this is what's happening. And so if I can be a voice for the guys coming after me, for the police officers, if I can, if I can help them, then I can make a difference that way. And hang up the badge. This is awesome stuff, John. It sounds like a great book. I'm gonna order it myself. It's called 12 seconds in the dark, comes out in March, but you can order it now. John Mattingly, thanks for joining me on the podcast..

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"karl marx" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:56 min | 5 months ago

"karl marx" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Make sure to use promo code DI and ESH dinesh. Continuing my discussion of the racism of Karl Marx, something that is echoed also in Marx's sidekick or colleague engels. And it's a little shocking when you first encounter the magnitude of it because it's all over the place. It's toward blacks. It's toward Jews, it's toward Hindus, it's toward Mexicans. It's stored all kinds of groups. Here's angles, for example, he's talking about the defeats by the Europeans of the Asian empires, and he says quote that's due to the quote superior enterprise of the European race. Marx says that the Hindus suffer from quote a natural Langer. Langer really here means kind of slothfulness or laziness. And marks a writing in the telegraph, I believe London. Credits colonialism with transforming the Asian economies, including the economy of India. He goes, England has broken down the entire framework of Indian society. And he thinks this is great. He goes this loss of his old world imparts a particular kind of melancholy to the Hindu. But Marx calls colonialism quote, a fundamental revolution in the social state of Asia, a positive development that he calls a regeneration. And there's just a lot of this kind of stuff here is marked by the way I mentioned earlier his comments about his own son in law Paul lefarge. And Marx apparently routinely called him the gorilla. The gorillas coming over and so on. Here's mark's referring to his fellow German socialist a guy named LaSalle, who was apparently very stereotypically Jewish, Marx calls him, quote, the greasy Jew, the little kike, and the Jewish N word. This is marks. And now very interestingly, as I say, the left knows about this, or many of them do the more intelligent ones do know about this, but they try to hide it, and they go, they try to put forward Marxist letter to Lincoln, Marx's antislavery to cover up marks and angles views of race. When confronted with the views on race directly what they'll say as well, you know, marks, this is the kind of the way Europeans kind of were in the 19th century. Marks in other words here is simply reflecting the European thought. Now notice by the way that this is an excuse that the left never gives to anybody else. Oh, you know, Jefferson's views are kind of troubling, but he was a man of his time, let it go. But with Marx, they give him an exemption because of course he's the founder of their left wing ideology. Incidentally, this argument about he was a man of his time doesn't really work. And why? Because there were lots of people in Marxist time who didn't hold those racist views. Here's marks by the way, embracing a writer named Pierre tramo. Pierre tramo apparently thought that he had done a refutation of Darwin because Darwin talks, for example, about a kind of evolution toward what Darwin called superior races. And this guy tram ogles, well, there's also a degeneration occurring in the human type toward more inferior races and of course more here was referring to blacks referring to Africans. Marx loved it. He says the trauma's work is quote a very significant advance over Darwin. In other words, Darwin is only describing one type of racial evolution so you may say upward, but what about the racial evolution downward? Marks embraced trauma's ideas on this score. By the way, on the Jewish question, and I may have talked about this before in the podcast here's marks. What is the worldly cult of the Jew? In other words, what is the essence of the Jew? He goes, it's not religious. A lot of Jews aren't religious. He goes, what's their real religion? Quote. Money. He goes, they're haggling. That is their worldly God money. And he goes, essentially, that Emancipation from haggling and money is the true Emancipation that we need from Judaism. So it's not just a matter of getting rid of the Jewish Old Testament God, we've got to get rid of this money grubbing behavior that is characteristic of the Jews. Notice here that marks is identifying the Jews with capitalism. So we can sum up here and here's a scholarly article that sums it up and I'm just going to read the conclusion because I think it gives a pretty good summary of Marx's views and angles on the race matter. Marx and engels were endowing races with inferior and superior qualities all the time. Whites were more intelligent than blacks, Aryans, and semites, more capable than other races, the south Slavs were lacking in the innate energies and thrust displayed by the magyars and the Germans, whereas the Americans could, the Mexicans could not, economically develop California, while the English industrial and colonial triumphs were partly due to the innate character of that nation, the Asians were defeated because they lacked the entrepreneurial spirit of the European races and so on. I like that end so on because the author is sort of letting on that there's a lot more in this vein. The founders of leftism and socialism far from being enlightened champions of equality were, in fact, irredeemable bigots. And that strain of bigotry, this is my point, passes through the left, it's separately passes through the Democratic Party and then converges today in the modern democratic left. 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"karl marx" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"karl marx" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Mark said a son in law named Paul lafarge, and this guy interestingly, a very interesting fellow because he is a very good way for us to test a lot of Marx's ideas toward race. This is a guy by the way who was a medical student, he married Marx's second daughter named Laura, and he was apparently one quarter Jewish one quarter Karim Indian, partly a black or negroid and the rest frame. It was a kind of a mixed race guy. But here is engels talking about him. Using the N word, by the way, which I won't use. Engel says that the lafarge, this guy has, quote, one 8th of one 12th N blood. And in a letter to Marx's daughter, lafarge's wife, engel's rights, quote, being in his quality as an, being an equality as an inn, and then a degree nearer to the rest of the animal kingdom than the rest of us. He is undoubtedly the most appropriate representative of bad district. So lafarge is representing apparently a district with a lot of mixed race people and engels is basically going well, you know, this guy's this was the old social darwinist idea that you had the animal kingdom and then you had the lower races, Darwin himself spoke about the lower races, and the idea here is that these people are of a lower race. This is what angle is getting at. And you may think that marks would repudiate all this, but on the contrary, Marx is completely on board with all this, and he uses the most nasty terms to describe his own son in law and I'll get to those in the next segment. So we see here that socialism is founded in racism and the great apostles of socialism Marx and engels were outright bigots. Hey.

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"karl marx" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:49 min | 5 months ago

"karl marx" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"There's a deep vein of racism and assumption of racism that runs through the political left. And if you look for it, you see it crop up in many different places. It was just a single example to jump out at meme. An article, Oregon governor, signs Bill, removing reading, writing and math requirements for high school kids to quote help students of color. Now think about that. The idea, the underlying premise is that students of color can't read. They can't write. They're unable to do math. And so somehow lowering standards eliminating requirements in these areas. This is basically what education itself is. Is somehow going to help who, while the ignorant and who are the ignorant, obviously in this case students of college, this is, by the way, Oregon, governor, Kate Brown, but she does it kind of unthinkingly naturally as if, you know, of course, this is kind of what we on the left do and in fact it is. Now I want to argue, I've talked in my earlier work about the racism in the Democratic Party, a deep vein of racism that began in slavery, in which slavery in America, of course, is distinguished as racial slavery, so there was the idea that these people aren't just unfortunate or captives. They are inferior people that we are putting to work for free. This was the ideology of the Democratic Party. And then even after slavery, the invention of white supremacy, the Ku Klux Klan and so on. Now the Democratic Party started in 1828. And it's real power was in the 1830s and 40s in which this kind of racial ideology went into full flower. But at the same time, Karl Marx, on the other side of the pond in Europe, was writing. And here there's a very ignored tradition of bigotry on the part of Marx. Marx was a racist, by the way, he was also an anti semite, seems a little paradoxical because Marx was Jewish, not religiously Jewish, but you may say culturally Jewish. Marx hated religion in general, so he was an anti religious bigot in that broader sense. And Marx was also a advocate, a supporter of colonialism. And for racial reasons. So this vein of bigotry and Marx has gone hidden, camouflaged and covered up really by the political left. They don't want it to seem like socialism is rooted at its very beginning in racism. Let's remember, for example, the Black Lives Matter, the founders, Patrice calores, and Alicia Garza, were both trained as marxists. Here is calories talking about it. We are trained marxists. Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers. They studied under a guy named Eric Mann who's the former weather underground guy kind of a bill airs guy who essentially instructed them in Marxist Leninist ideology and techniques. Now, think about the squad, Ilhan Omar, ayanna Pressley, that group. Have you ever heard them say anything critical of marks? They're always railing against dead white males. It's got to remove dead white males from the curriculum. But you notice that one dead white male that's never a question is Karl Marx. He's the apostle of socialism. He's the leading light. And Richard Delgado, who was one of the founders of critical race theory, he has said publicly, he goes, listen, this is the Marxist enterprise. He goes originally, quote, we were just a bunch of marxists. And then they fanned out into legal theory and sociology into literature and they began to push this racialized ideology. But it's all built on Marx. Now, of course, I want to support in this segment in the next one, my claim that marks was in fact a racist. The left claims that he wasn't a racist because he was antislavery. And of course, Marx has a kind of a famous letter, which is always tried about. He wrote a letter to Lincoln, in which he expressed his antislavery sentiments. Well, antislavery is not the same thing as race. Marx actually opposed slavery, but he didn't oppose slavery because it was racial, he didn't explode. He didn't post slavery because the blacks were being enslaved. His point was that it's not good to have people work for free because they undercut the wages of the working class. So that was really Marx's ideological objection to slavery. He also thought that there's a kind of natural movement in society from feudalism to capitalism to socialism to communism. And he thought slavery was a legacy of feudalism. So his point was slavery is regressive. He had no problem with the racial dimension of it at all. Now here's marks talking about the U.S. annexation of California. And this is right after the Mexican-American War. Marx was all for it. He goes, quote, without violence, nothing is ever accomplished in history. And then he adds, is it a misfortune he is being sarcastic that magnificent California was seized from the lazy Mexicans who did not know what to do with it? He goes in America this is engels now adding and replying to Marx engels, of course, is in total agreement and the bigotry of Marx is reflected in angles. He has angles in America we have witnessed the conquest of Mexico and have rejoiced at it. It is to the interest of its own development that Mexico will be placed under the tutelage of the United States. In other words, the brown people of Mexico are going to be lead into toward socialism by the more enlightened white people of the United States..

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Brian Mudd: We Need Republican Candiates With Reagan-Style Values in the Midterms

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 6 months ago

Brian Mudd: We Need Republican Candiates With Reagan-Style Values in the Midterms

"That's the opportunity here and that's why it's our job to educate And to take the opportunity and part of the education is of course by bringing about good candidates We have to have as we're heading into a midterm election cycle candidates that will bring about Reagan style values That will lead not just to win an election because your point Jimmy is well taken If you go back just four years ago what did we have Donald Trump as president of the United States and Republicans and control of Congress And what ultimately did that get us Yes it worked on certain issues for a window of time But what it didn't do was stop the movement by the left that you're talking about and they have been playing the generational game Let's not forget Marxism It goes back a little ways Karl Marx and gone for a long time right And certainly when you take a look at the major catalyst of the modern Marxist movement fingerprints all over the lensky ice of the 60s rolls for radicals Can remember if you don't have Mark Levin's book American Marxism absolutely should This would be a good gift For someone who's still trying to figure it out it's a little bit younger As an aside But that is what has it And now it's our job because it's not okay Biden sucks therefore I'm a Reagan conservative You have to have politicians that lead like Reagan did The policy has to be right

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Rep. John Kennedy Lists Reasons Why Saule Omarova Is a Communist

Mark Levin

02:03 min | 6 months ago

Rep. John Kennedy Lists Reasons Why Saule Omarova Is a Communist

"You wrote your thesis in college at Moscow state university on the title was Karl Marx's economic analysis and the theory of revolution in the capital But you won't send senator to me a copy You studied at university at Moscow state university scientific communism Which is the science regarding the working class struggle and the socialist agenda In 2019 not 30 years ago in a Canadian documentary you called the financial services industry quote a quintessential industry You roll a paper called systemically significant prices calling for the federal government to set wages food gas prices In 2020 you wrote a paper called the people's ledger Where you said we need to abolish bank accounts and make everybody set up an account at fear with the federal government will have access to your data In 2020 you wrote another paper called the climate case for a national investment authority where you said what we need to do the oil and gas industry is have the federal government bankrupt So we can tackle climate change In 2019 you joined the Facebook group a Marxist Facebook group to discuss socialist and anti capitalist views Now that's what I see from your record And you have the right to believe everyone of these things You do This is America But I don't mean any disrespect I don't know whether to call you professor or comrade Oh my goodness Senator I'm not a

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Biden's Latest Nominee Saule Omarova Removed Karl Marx Thesis off Resume

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 8 months ago

Biden's Latest Nominee Saule Omarova Removed Karl Marx Thesis off Resume

"Just to show you How unbelievable this administration is What a fraud Joe Biden is and was to get elected president of the United States From our Friends at post millennial Biden nominee removes thesis on Karl Marx from her resume Removes her thesis from Karl Marx on her resume I talked about this woman before She's a Marxist She's a flat out Marxist On Tuesday Biden's nominee to head the office of the control of the currency Sally amar ova removed her thesis on Karl Marx from her resume According to the Washington free Beacon Amaro listed a paper titled Karl Marx's economic analysis in the theory of revolution in the capital on her resume as recently as 2017 Senator pat toomey the ranking member of the Senate banking housing and urban affairs committee demanded she hand over a copy of that thesis in a letter written on Tuesday He said the committee needs to fully assess the fitness of individuals to serve in Senate confirmed executive and independent agency positions She reportedly wrote that thesis while attending Moscow state university at pointed her out two weeks ago on a VI Lenin personal academic scholarship on a Lenin personal academic scholarship But the curriculum vide the CV viewed by the Senate committee on banking housing and urban affairs did not list that paper To me demanded that she hand over the original Russia language thesis in an English version if it exists to the committee of October 13 Remember the Democrats run the committee

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The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 9 months ago

The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic

"The time has come to reclaim what is ours. As I write in American Marxism. What is ours, the American Republic from those who seek to destroy it. If we expect others to rescue our nation for us, as we go about our daily lives as mere observers to what is transpiring Or close our eyes and ears to current events. We will lose the struggle and yes, it's a struggle. We've allowed the American Marxists to define who we are as a people. They d famous land. Our ancestors in history and trash have founding documents and principles. They're mostly reprobates who hate the country. And have contributed nothing to its betterment. Fact they live off the sweat and toil of others. You While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining its sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. The ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible for the enslavement. Impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protest stations from some in our society who embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. But attempted disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential and leadership positions of the Democratic Party, media, academia, culture and so forth. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Tom Paine. To name just a few. And become energized and inspired by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison.

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German Philosopher Herbert Marcuse Was the Architect of the New Left

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 10 months ago

German Philosopher Herbert Marcuse Was the Architect of the New Left

"The author of the new left. Who's behind all of this so really important question now. There isn't a single person. go to karl marx. You can go to hey goal and the haley dialectic and the long march institutions and a german historisches view of our experience in our existence but there is one person that every conservative should become familiar with now. I want to give a hat tip to the great newt. Gingrich newt gingrich did something back in two thousand twelve where he insistently introduced the author and the activist saul alinsky into the mainstream of the conservative movement. When i go to republican lincoln. Reagan dinners when. I go to tea party. Meetings truly don't exist anymore. When i go to any sort of function and i say saul alinsky. I'd say seventy or eighty percent of the room knows who i'm talking about now. Actually i've been going across the country. Speaking at churches you'd be amazed at how few churches know who saul. Alinsky is a man who wrote rules for radicals thirteen. We've covered them extensively on the show and the dedication. That book was to lucifer. Who he said was the first ever rebel trying to tell me. We're not spiritual war. Oh charlie it's just a bunch of matter versus matter notes not to spiritual work. They admit it's a spiritual war now. The man who is the architect of a lot of chaos. You're living through the man who is largely responsible for a lot of the academic backing of is a man by the name of herbert markova using the frankfurt school. He was a communist. That was kicked out of the frankfurt. School in germany found a safe space and the united states of america taught at harvard. Columbia brandeis and eventually settled the university of san diego. He was the architect of what is now known as the new left.

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Professor Paul Kengor's Reaction After Reading 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:19 min | 10 months ago

Professor Paul Kengor's Reaction After Reading 'American Marxism'

"To say Okay, Okay. You brought this professor on to sell your book? My question is this and you know, I didn't My question is this And I asked people those who read my books. You finished the book. And what did you think Front of mine? He's on this something about this American Marxism or Well, you know, it's just another book on Mark. So what was it front of mine? I'm just curious. I hadn't asked your friend. I didn't ask you this now I want to know. Just tell the truth. Yeah, well, I'd say that that you know, just while you have classical Marxism and would be based on Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, and then you have Marxism today. And these guys are all again in the 21st century like they were in the 20th likely were in the 19th. I mean, these guys are truly radical revolutionaries. They they are trying to take their trying to redefine human nature. Human society the way that people look at one another and they, by the way, they breed contempt like you say, and they pit people against one another. They're trying to hammer all of us into an entirely new paradigm of human behavior. In other words, they are truly radical revolutionaries. They're trying to change the very idea of what America is. And what made America great. Do you?

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Professor Paul Kengor Explains How Karl Marx Divided Groups to Discriminate

Mark Levin

02:02 min | 10 months ago

Professor Paul Kengor Explains How Karl Marx Divided Groups to Discriminate

"You read Marx. And you said, Well, wait a second. Carl. You are obsessed with money. It's all you think about all you think about I mean, it is called material historicism for a reason. Anyway, go right here. Yeah, That's right. I mean, I think that the Alpha and the Omega is class class class right economics, economics. Economics. Individuals are not individuals. They are put into groups. And deeply you're like you say life is more complicated than that, right? I mean individuals come from different religious backgrounds, ancestral ethnic backgrounds. I mean, you know they they're complex and complicated, unique and spiritual. And what happens, stay with the modern Marxist in America. And I think this is what where your book is really crucial. Is in the 21st century. You have this whole new brand or breed or strain or strains of Marxist that are that are putting everybody in groups again. And this time it's by gender. It's by race I've read cover to cover the memoirs of Patrice Cullors, the founder of Black Lives matter, too, By the way, if Shilly Newmark what Mark said about blacks, she would not call herself a Marxist. I can tell you that much. But in her book, she does the same thing. Everybody is in a category and I if she met me, she'd probably say Oh, White guy, right? Wouldn't ask, like, Go. Where are you from? What did you do where you come from? Where your parents like, Where do your kids like? What's your favorite sport? What's your favorite music? You know, everybody is just hammered into a category. And it's an extension of the identity, racial politics. And yet you have Marxist grabbing racial and identity politics and running it through this Marxist framework or lens. So like you say, Yeah, yeah, of course individuals and larger society. They are affected by some of these things, you know, but not to the exclusion of and not solely through the lens of write a bunch of other human influences.

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Gordon Chang Describes How Mao Is Responsible for the Deaths of Tens of Millions

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 10 months ago

Gordon Chang Describes How Mao Is Responsible for the Deaths of Tens of Millions

"Gordon. You mentioned mile in your discussion of china today and the fact that xi jinping is creating a semi authoritarian regime. He's not mao. Help us to understand who now is and why for some i mean we talked about communism. My parents suffered under communism stalin. Lenin these are the figures we think of but the chinese regime is the deadliest of all we are talking about. Maybe fifty sixty million people killed in. The name of karl marx is a utopia told to us about the significance of mile in the building of the communist state and the significance of now still today. Yeah now is one of the early members of the chinese communist party which was generally formed around. Nineteen twenty one. The official birthday is july. First one thousand nine hundred ninety one mile was a enormous vigor dominated china and indeed dominated asia for quite some time When mouth was successful in forming the people's republic of china which was declared on october first nineteen forty nine mao became the most powerful china's theater and eventually he pushed out others And during mouse era the death toll was staggering far beyond any other leader. People say for instance in the great leap forward Which was the campaign. Nine hundred and fifty nine thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred sixty one time of the great salmon as it's called there somewhere between thirty and seventy million people died now. In addition to that you have five million people in the cultural revolution. You've got several million here and there But maoz death total could very well be somewhere in the seventy seventy five million range other people put it less. But the point is that this was one man directly responsible for policies that resulted in the deaths of tens of millions of people

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Marxists Smear Our Great Revolutionaries, When Marxists Have Contributed Nothing to Society

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 10 months ago

Marxists Smear Our Great Revolutionaries, When Marxists Have Contributed Nothing to Society

"They're mostly reprobates who hate the country in which they live. Have contributed nothing. So it's betterment. Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others while they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible. The enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. Attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential or leadership positions in the Democratic Party, media, academia, the culture and etcetera and I might add. Many in the Republican Party. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren. Samuel Adams. John Hancock. Paul Revere. Thomas Paine, to name a few. And become energized and spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington. Thomas Jefferson. John Adams. James Madison. Benjamin Franklin. And many others. Well. They have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated The most powerful military force on Earth. And found the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of

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Professor Paul Kengor and Mark Levin Share the Same Analysis of 'Marxism'

Mark Levin

02:43 min | 10 months ago

Professor Paul Kengor and Mark Levin Share the Same Analysis of 'Marxism'

"Professor. Congress is precisely only a fool a Marxist forward, try to refashion the centerpiece of all man's humanity, the alpha and the omega around something like class for Karl Marx or race for the modern CRT advocates. What could be more demeaning. What could be so contrary to Judeo Christian values? That's what Marxism does, from its classical form to its modern American forms were less Children of God than products of class, race and gender. Here live in quotes the very worst of them. Richard Delgado jeans Stefan Sick and D a N D. Angelo for whom races everywhere and everything as his racism. As the antidote to this dehumanizing world. You live in quotes Dr Wyatt T. Walker, who was very close to representative Excuse me to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. And in his essay in 2015 when he wrote was Steve Kalinsky. Steve Kalinsky. Walker stated. Today. Too many remedies such as critical race theory, the increasingly fashionable post Marxist postmodernists approach. It analyzes society has institutional group power structures. Rather than on spiritual or 1 to 1 human level are taking us in the wrong direction. Separating even schoolchildren into explicit racial groups. And emphasizing differences instead of similarities. Unlike Dr King's vision of judging people by the content of their character, rather than the color of their skin. Walkers. Views of civil rights were rightly based on religious values, humanism, not Marxism and critical race theory. The roots of critical race theory are planted in entirely different intellectual soil. Walker out Begins with blocks with each person assigned to an identity or economic bloc, as in Marxism. Yes, says percent Professor as in Marxism. That is an Americanism. That's what Mark Levin understands so well, especially given previous works of his such as rediscovering Americanism. American marks and is quintessentially UN American. People in America professing this noxious junk, maybe Americans in terms of citizenship. With all the rights and liberties and protections afforded thereof. But they are not Americans the way the founders of this country envisioned. America is less a place that an idea, said Ronald Reagan. It is indeed The ideas of America as it was formed by the direct antithesis of the ideas. A car marks. And his perverse heirs who today pushed their insidious new forms of American Marxism. Especially at our awful universities. And what Mark Levin shows above all is how un American American Marxism really

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"karl marx" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

The Catholic Culture Podcast

10:05 min | 1 year ago

"karl marx" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

"The topic of today's episode is something that I've been thinking about for for some time. I think most Catholics any practicing Catholic is aware of of how evil college and in Marxism is at least in its the way that it's been applied in history. Some of them might not be so sure about the theory of it. They might be going to as to what the problems with that are. But most people I think he most faithful Catholics are even aware of that that Marxism is basically incompatible with with Catholicism and yet sometimes I see well-meaning Catholics philosophers people are interested in political philosophy trying to kind of rescue insights from marks or dry and page from him. It's something that's always made me a little uneasy for a number of reasons. I think think his philosophy is so corrupt. First of all that it it's hard to draw anything that's not tainted from It Off. But also for a spiritual reasons, I think based on my my knowledge of his personal life. I don't think this was somebody we can treat as a philosopher like any other who just happen to make some errors. I don't think his motives were what he said they were I don't think he had much love for his fellow man. But also on deeper level after reading some works by the Protestant Pastor Richard Von Braun who was prison and victim of communist torture in Romanian communist prison camps, he gave some pretty compelling evidence that Marx was literally a Satanist and I know that may seem surprising but today's guests will take us through some of that evidence because he gives it I think much more of a scholarly backing then firm Braun did my guest today is Paul kengor author of The Devil and Karl Marx out from tan books. Welcome to the club. Paul thank you. Thomas is going to be with you with such a uplifting and edifying topic. Well, since we're I think going to focus in mainly on the early chapters of your book today. I wonder if you could start off with just need overview of kind of the whole project and the scope of the book. Well, I guess it's just start with sort of how it came about right? I've focused on communism socialism. Not the Cold War marks Marxism for while thirty years. I mean going back to when I graduated from college. I was the editorial page editor my student newspaper the year of the Berlin Wall fell in 1989. So the interest goes back all the way to them then into graduate school my PhD I eventually I fell on the Cold War the collapse of Communism Soviet Union Ronald Reagan John Paul II Margaret Thatcher Mikhail Gorbachev vaclav Havel like Wallace all those different figures song. Ready movement. My first real published book after my dissertation was a book called God and Ronald Reagan, which was actually split into two else did a book called the Crusader Ronald Reagan on the fall of Communism, which is about the larger collapse of Communism. But the god of Ronald Reagan book led to God George W. Bush God Hillary Clinton. I even did a spiritual biography of Hillary Clinton looking specifically at she's very much religious Left Right United Methodist Church, but I had offers to do three at least other sort of with the publisher was calling God and books but basically spiritual biographies and I've always been interested in in in Mark's and my boxes are bringing spiritual out bringing it right about it for years tell you to four years taught lectured on it red marks biographies, and it certainly wasn't about to write a book called God and Karl Marx cuz Mark Steger. Even God and in fact when you read some of what Marx wrote in his poetry and plays about the devil, it'd be better called the devil and Karl Marx and also too long. I mean that phrase right? So devil and Daniel Webster WM is kind of a popular kind of a popular phrase. So that won't Karl Marx and really the book Thomas. I say this month beginning right because simply the devil and communism because it's about communism generally so marks Marxism communist ideology. I think the book is about 470 pages long, maybe about a hundred thirty hundred forty maybe are in Mark's the restaurant all sorts of other sorted marks as characters and on that issue that you mentioned stage ISM. I have other figures in the book who were marxists who dabbled in the occult some really nasty Pagan stuff. Who some people speculate you know might have been possessed in the case of marks. As you said the late Pastor Richard wurmbrand who was tortured and Romanian prison for forty years. You wrote a book called tortured for Christ. He also wrote a book called marks and Satan and that was over thirty years ago mid-eighties and I've read that I read that book. There's a lot of material, you know, absolutely usable quotable insightful crucial from that book in many cases. He'd say wage. Well Marx did this or Lenin did that and oh, this is a classic Satanist ritual, right? The guy was a Satanist and I would see that Thomas and to be you know to be blood I'd say, I don't know Pastor may be right but that I don't know that we can say that one hundred percent. So I'm much more careful about making sure He claims like that. I don't know if Mark's was possessed. I don't know if Mark's was a Satanist. I quote at length, Robert Payne who was probably off the best biographer marks. He wrote a number of marks biography is published by Simon and Schuster New York University, press academic presses his 1968 biography and marks I think is still the classic. He was a he was a British professor of literature an expert in Translation in plays. And in in the Arts very thoughtful guy. I don't think it was a conservative or right-wing ER or you know, anything religiously speaking like that. He was very very careful, but he had a chapter in his book called the demons back and he said he said it did see him at times as if Mark's was possessed. He said he had the devil's malignity and the devil's view of the world. He did a Time seemed wage. Act as if he was doing works of evil doing works of the devil that's almost a Verbatim quote off the top of my head people want the exact quote and get the book. So yeah, there are people who say this home and I say, but I don't know that for sure. I mean you probably need an exorcist right there to say whether or not the guy was possessed. Some would say do that. Well Satanist marks did not believe in a supernatural right? He was an atheist. Now, of course, there are unfortunately had to learn this and focusing on doing research and this topic there are satanists apparently don't really believe in Satan but are just you know, you know what to say. That's they say. Yeah. That's what they say. You know, that's right. Well, true. That's the key point and some of them do indeed publically say that in the case of marks though as I say in the book. It's very important not to overstate right? Yep. It's important not to understate and I'll run into this by a lot of Scholars. Let's say well, I don't see proof here that the guy was worshipping the devil. So well, let's move on Thursday. Well, you've got all these writings these poems these plays whereas first biographer Franz marrying a German socialist and Mark said Meyer discover these and said the marks his daughter. He said whoa, right these they should not be allowed to see the light of take this is this is bad right this Thursday out and some more modern Marx biographers hagiographers admirers. They don't even quote this they avoided they avoided like the plague because no doubt. It doesn't make their guy is a good so you don't want to overstate but you don't want to understate and as I say in the book several times, I went back and kind of read checked in after some published to see but I really clear off. This this enough there's enough there that is deeply disturbing very troubling and some things that are, you know, quite literally chilling. I should probably clarify. You know, when I say quite possibly a Satanist. I don't necessarily mean member of any formal organization or participating in this or that ritual bucks more a matter of his his General Outlook his preoccupations and obsessions and what to be an overriding influence on his life. Although we will as well get into there is some reasons to suspect that some more specific Arrangement may have been involved. Can you give a sense you talked about as biographer pains impression of marks took us about the impression that people who knew him intimately had of him that the terms in which they described him often. Yeah, and that's something to that at the very least gives pause right? I mean you had from from phrases.

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"karl marx" Discussed on HOW NOT TO BE AVERAGE

HOW NOT TO BE AVERAGE

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"karl marx" Discussed on HOW NOT TO BE AVERAGE

"It was an ideology that would ultimately end slavery and racism in this nation, you know, I mean until 2008 or so. Thirdly and controversially, I know that but it's still there. There's pretty strong evidence that even you know, including Karl Marx own writings that he was a Satanist, you know, this quote comes from the pale Maiden that Karl Marx wrote thus Heaven I forfeited I Know It full Well with My Soul wants true to God is chosen for hell and there are many others, you know, these quotes now include again links to these websites and books into the the description so you can go and get this stuff out for yourself and you know decide for yourself if it's true or not. but if it is true being a Satanist is absolutely blow average, you know being a Satanist is like it's like watching the 1998 NBA Finals replay like on ESPN classic in betting on the Jazz to win. FYI. They don't Michael Jordan comes through like if you're Satanist, that means there is a God there's a God Satan lost. I don't know that's a pretty below-average position to hold and then lastly, what makes Karl Marx below-average as well as his ideas. And now I don't want to dive too deep into the Weeds on communism. I'm the wrong guy for that. There are much smarter than people that can make those arguments. But just so it's clear. I'm a very firm believer in the American way of life. I believe in the Democratic Republic idea though. It has its flaws. I believe in capitalism though. It has its flaws and I'm a Christian though the church not Jesus has had its flaws. But I feel the proof is in the pudding, you know as they would say in the proof of Communism is pain suffering and death that is Karl Marx Legacy on this planet today, unofficial estimates place a hundred million deaths on the shoulders of Communism not to mention Untold numbers of poverty starvation and other atrocities. It's inflicted, you know, the Soviet Union Nazi Germany communist China Cambodia North Korea Cuba and most recently Venezuela wherever Marxism goes suffering and death follow. This this idea brought to the world through Karl Marx. Most notably is what makes him below average. Nothing is easier than not achieving anything to marital success and prosperity is difficult to achieve and Karl Marx didn't achieve it during his life and through his followers. He's making sure nobody else will achieve either. So what can we learn from Karl Marx so that we can be better than average first just because you don't have something doesn't mean somebody took it from you or somebody needs to happen. You get it not all path to success are the same some are easier than others sure but there is a path for all of us the easiest way to find it. Is she quit staring at everyone else's path and start looking for your own, you know, yours might be more narrow not as well lit and covered in leaves, but it's there. So start looking sexy don't accept the idea that you need a handout this country rewards the doers. You know not all to the same extent but it rewards the ones that are working for the reward be willing to accept a hand up sure, but quit looking for a handout, so don't be like Karl Marx be a positive force in this world a Force for good and as always never settle never give up and never accept average You Were Made for More?.

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"karl marx" Discussed on HOW NOT TO BE AVERAGE

HOW NOT TO BE AVERAGE

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"karl marx" Discussed on HOW NOT TO BE AVERAGE

"Carl would begin to grow more politically zealous so much that he would receive letters of concern from his father. His father expressed concerns over what he called Karl's demons. And I would say honestly his father was probably spot-on but in 1843 Carl would go on to marry a woman from a respected family in the area and they moved to Paris while in Paris car would meet a young man. That would become a lifelong friend and collaborator Frederick Engels. Ultimately car would be expelled from parents and moved to Belgium. What's odd is that during this time? Carl wrote an essay on the freedom of press where he claims he believed that censorship could hack only evil consequences. So I'm not sure that today's American mainstream Media or social media companies have really read those readings or read those writings wage. You know, I don't know maybe somebody out there in the audience should send them a copy and see how evil censorship is. Well in Belgium car was introduced to socialism and this is where he becomes basically to Karl Marx that we know today. This is also where he writes his most famous writer of the Communist Manifesto. Ultimately car was too radical for Belgium and they would expel him from their country. And then from there he would go back to France and get expelled again. And then finally after not being accepted back in Prussia. He landed in London and though he was never given citizenship in London. He still lived out the remainder of his life there. So that's sort of the backstory of Karl Marx, but this is where I wanted to go more. So Carl, despite all his writings never earned a living wage. And basically he was largely supported by angles his whole life Karl. Marx was a mooch home was a bump in my mind. This is below average a man should be able to care for his family and care for himself. Carl was not able to do that. Secondly Karl Marx was a racist pretty clear-cut in his racism wasn't separate from his ideas. They were Central to his ideas his ideology demands that some ethnicities would have to be swallowed up by more powerful groups and racism, you know even needs to be said is below average position to hold it is today was then so, you know juxtaposed that with our founding fathers, you know, while some of our founding fathers were slaveholders possibly racist, their ideology was not based in racism..

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"karl marx" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"karl marx" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I want you to go to the website. Black lives matter, And I want you to see now they have really toned this down. Somebody needs to go to the time machines do and get black lives matter from five years ago. Cause they were much more clear than they are now, but they still have left all of this stuff in Black lives matter has the family in its crosshairs. They call it a capitalist invention, which Is amazing, because that's exactly What Karl Marx said. You have to destroy the nuclear family. Now, they say it's a capitalist invention, as if families haven't been around forever since the beginning of time. Please. Please hear my voice. Please hear me. A bad tree cannot produce good fruit. A tree that is Is calling for such evil as the destruction of the nuclear family cannot. They're any good fruit? Any organization that is calling for the running of the Jews into the sea cannot bear any good fruit. You are being played right now. And at least this audience has to wake up. We have been together for years and years. You've known these things were coming. You were like me. I prayed that I was wrong. I did not want to be right because I know what comes after this if we.

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"karl marx" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"karl marx" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Too many millions of Americans the failed phony promises of total equality and utopia. No suffering. No, misery. No wealthy, people know poor people and to this day. There are people who still believe it's possible despite its numerous failures, it's numerous murders, the numerous walls that have to be built to keep people in these hellhole countries that are communist he knew that any one person with an idea could somehow create a mass movement, and those people had to be identified. We all knew the enemies. Of nations we all knew the Soviet Union bunch of bad guys, but the Soviet Union came from Karl Marx. I mean, if you sim simplifying this. From one long little renegade guide that was miserable and unhappy and was a philosopher and writes down this screed in the pamphlet. So how did wild Bill Donovan and his confederates one of whom is Bill Casey who was the director for Reagan. How'd they sell tremendous because it was gonna take a lot of money and their appeal was was these people were patriots. Like, you cannot imagine folks. Bill Casey wild Bill. Donovan these people created the C I A worthy Hitomi of patriots. They believed in and love this country. And they realized that it was constantly in peril constantly at risk. Constantly endanger. They believed that the people who ran this country deserve to know where these threats were who was behind these threats so that they could be dealt with and stopped. So wild Bill Donovan would travel around with Casey some of his buddies and he would tell Truman and the titans of industry. We all know what you want. You want power. You want money you want all the power. You can get you want all the money, you can get but all the power and all the money in the world doesn't mean anything. If you're not free. And there's no amount of money that can stop some lone guys sitting in his crappy little apartment or jail. Creating a little idea that's going to capture the minds and hearts of who knows how many millions. All the armies in the world and never be able to defeat this guy after he gets going, and you never can tell where these people are. He says he focuses the thing that you can't beat with all the money and power in the world is an idea you can defeat tanks, you can defeat missiles, you can defeat guns, but defeating ideas that spread like wildfire. That's the challenge we have. And we have to find the people who have these ideas before they get going, and it's going to take a lot of money. So they would approach these people and say everything you've built. In this great free capitalist country is at risk.

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"karl marx" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"karl marx" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You shouldn't want to beat the opposition based on some legality because you don't get anything you get one election. And then you're immediately thrown in the fire if you win with ideas, you get a honeymoon. You get time. Has a honeymoon with her time with her people. They love her ideas. But they're a very small group of people and they're trying to do something. That's never worked in this country, which is socialism. And don't worry about it. When they call you a dummy, and you don't understand what socialism is. And that's not what they mean. Because while they're explaining they're losing. And remember while you're explaining you're losing. Let's debate ideas. I love the fact that is as big as she is. It keeps people like me an opportunity to remind everyone how bad these ideas are because once again because she's twenty nine they will be portrayed as fresh new ideas. Yeah. Thank you. And there is new as Karl Marx. Wait. Thank you. You think about that? I have if you are afraid that's like what the French had for money. Right. That is exactly paid and Karl Marx. Economists economic degree if you're afraid to debate this you do it. I'm the boss. That's how. Yeah. You don't like my than you doing? Now. Here's the thing. She's not going to debate anybody of any substance. She's not going to do that. But because she's there and her ideas are out there. It gives you the opportunity. To debate the idea and remind people again, the American people in a general election, Trump is grinning. He knows that in a general election if he's able to pit it as capitalism vs socialism. He's got it made. It's going to be a walk back into the White House. Because for some reason every other generation falls in love with the concept of socialism. Until they find out that it doesn't work. But there's always enough people left to vote who remember from a couple of generations when they were tricked when they were seventeen when they were nineteen and they believed in it. And then he went out into the real world. There's still enough people have been mugged. Now that story a a conservative is a liberal who's been mugged? Okay..

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"karl marx" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:48 min | 3 years ago

"karl marx" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You have to be a rapist or a racist to get ahead in the democrat party or is it just desirable an advantageous? That's our question today. Given what you have seen in the last. I don't know several years. Let alone recent weeks L had Obama tweeting about it's just the Benjamins talking about American Jews and the influence on politics talking about how evil with her colleague Rashida to leap evil, Israel is the tropes of antisemitism. Seemed to be embraced now by the democrat party. Irrespective of what Nancy Pelosi said today, it is very very disturbing. The president has held an impromptu press conference with a sheriffs in the White House today before he heads off to El Paso tonight to give a speech. You know, what it's going to be about Friday February fifteenth the day after Ballantine's they is the deadline for these special congressional committee on the Goshi aviation's on government funding and border security to come to some kind of compromise. What is the likelihood it seems that it is very low at the moment why? Because Democrats want to have a cap on the number of people that we can detain who are criminals at the border. There's some magic number and above that. We're not allowed as a nation to hold criminals in detention quite quite stunning. Let's go back to your calls. A lot of people want to express that opinion on the multiple topics of the day. We get a lot of calls from California before I do that. I really do have to every day. It seems as if you've got a new and you station joining us, and I'm very very excited from fort Payne, Allah. Obama news talk fourteen hundred W F P A you on now broadcasting America. I live the newest national radio show in America. Welcome aboard fourteen hundred W F, P A Fort, Wayne, Alabama, happy to have you. Let's go to your calls line four team in Pasadena, California. Welcome to America first. Hello sebastian. Listen, I think it's very interesting that these antisemitic remarks are not being called out by the media. And I really think it's because mostly of their black people that are making these anti semitic marks in remarks. And the media is very very frightened to criticize anyone that's blacks. I think that has a well that's not that's not. That's not true. So retreated to leave causes self Palestinian, Illinois Oma is Somali. So it's yeah. Colored may be or ethnic or from minorities. But yes, I think you know. Oh, hang on governor Northam. He's not colleges. That's a good point. Can you hear me? Okay. So yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's a pretty good point. Actually, you make a very good point. I want to say something about this woman. That's I o Cossio across your Cortez or whatever. What is she saying? She's making some environmental. Enlisting wish the green new deal or something. Right. Am I am? I right. Yes. Exactly. That's right. It's all the green new deal, by the way, there are hundreds and hundreds. So she wants to tear it out all the federal buildings. There are hundreds and hundreds of these federal buildings in America today that they have used architects and artists for the murals and things that you could never replace because you don't have these great works of art being produced today, mostly because the left and and she would be tearing down tons of beautiful art apart from whatever it is. She thinks she's going to do that and making that's a job. That's a great point. Thank you. That's super point. Let me just say with you my own personal experience. When I worked in the White House. So most people who work for the president in the White House don't work in the White House because the west wing is tiny. It's not like the TV show. Most of the hundreds of people who work for the president in the White House work in the Eisenhower executive building, which is an incredible incredible structure that about a hundred years ago ninety years ago. They wanted to rebuild it. They wanted to take it down and rebuild it. And if anybody's just go online have a look at the images from inside the building it is a classicist building. It is full of marble. It is beautifully decorated my favorite place to work in the White House wasn't in the White House. It was in the secretary of war suite on the second floor of the Eisenhower building an incredible wood panel building that any of us could use. If we booked it in the vans a hundred years ago. I guess the then ocasio Cortes wanted to demolish the whole building and replace it with something that's more efficient. I guess that's excuse. They're using now where they did the feasibility study. They said it would cost more to demolish it because it was actually made out of granite out of mabul out of stone. It would cost more to demolish than to actually build the new building. Yeah. You're absolutely right. And what would happen? You would have lost this incredible historic building. But this is the essence thanks for calling Tim. This is the essence of socialism. Let's not forget where socialism comes from. It is a distortion Karl Marx distortion of the galleon dialectic, this German philosopher who wasn't a left wing his acolytes in students would actually develop his philosophy into what would become fascism. So hey goals. One stream of its misinterpretation led to Hitler. But the other stream led to Karl Marx and socialism. And that interpretation that distortion stated that the history of mankind is constant progression towards perfection towards utopia inhales case, it was knowledge of God. He was a religious man in the case of Karl Marx. It was we create perfection on earth. We create it Mandanas because there's no God in order to do that you have to destroy everything you have to make it in your own image. If you're not made in the image of God that everything must be destroyed to serve your ideology. That's how venture the Soviet Union would be created. And we get the concept of what most Soviet you will create the perfect man the Soviet, man. This is what ocasio Cortez has really warmed in her new green new deal, which of course, means power for her and fill the elite. That's crazy. One more call in this segment before we get on next guest on America. First. Let's go to line to Ryan in Arizona. Welcome to America. First. I just want to say this real quick the Democratic Party to me is Satan last few tala tempted to take as many souls as it can't back to hell and through the end game of deception, and that's all I wanna say. Pretty pretty deep. I think it was CS Lewis the author of incredible works of fiction such as the noneya tales also play I so recently in Washington called the screw tape letters, which is about a devil training. His his into his junior death on how to tempt a individual a man, I think we'll see us Lucie said the greatest victory the devil ever achieved was to convince us that he doesn't exist. If you doubt the devil exists. Think about governor Ralph Northam policies think about governor Cuomo's policies think about the video I posted this weekend on my Twitter feed. Facebook of a follower of mine who videoed an abortion, doctor who came out of the clinic and started screaming at this individual. Who said I. Like to kill them. It's not it's not an exaggeration. That's what this doctor in scrubs standing outside. The clinic is screaming into the camera of this person smartphone. He likes to kill the babies. That's not.

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"karl marx" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"karl marx" Discussed on AP News

"Someone attack the tombstone of Karl Marx with a hammer, the German philosopher under communist was buried in Highgate cemetery in London in eighteen eighty three and his grave was later topped with a large bronze bust and a marble plaque. It's the plaque that the vandal damaged and a spokesman for the cemetery says it'll never be the same again. And it'll bear those battle scars for the future. Police said that they have investigated, but they closed the case without making any arrests fact checking the president President Trump's a state of the union address touted his administration's accomplishments issued a warning about the border while calling for unity. These Societa press. Did some fact checking some of his claims discovering a few half truths and some fuzzy math among his statements. The president talked about more women in the work. Workforce. All Americans can be proud. That we have more women in the workforce then ever before. However, AP correspondent colleague long says he can't credit that to any of his policies. Of course, there are more women in the workforce. But that's due in part to population growth, the women's labor force participation rate. Right now is fifty seven percent. And that's according to the Labor Department the rate has ticked up recently. But it's down from twenty twelve and it peaked in two thousand sixty percent. He also says he's been fighting for the little guy wages are rising at the fastest pace in decades and growing for blue collar workers who I promise to fight for their growing faster than anyone else thought possible. AP's log says they claim appears to be unfounded. That's an unsupported statement because the data has only been kept since two thousand six so it hasn't been for decades. And when it comes to employment among minorities African American Hispanic American. And Asian American unemployment have all reached their lowest levels ever recorded. Log says he's that using the most current data available. It's true. They reached record lows during his presidency. But what he's not saying is that the levels for all three have gone up since of course, addressed what is likely his most divisive policy point the border wall. San Diego used to have the most illegal border crossings in our country. In response. A strong security wall was put in place this powerful barrier. Almost completely ended. Illegal cross. Log says it's more complicated than that border patrol arrest in San Diego went down about ninety six percent. After a wall was built there and illegal crossings are also down in Yuma. Arizona after a wall was built, but the government accountability office reported in two thousand seventeen at the border patrol had no proper metrics to determine how the wall contributed to overall border security. AP fact check rob reds lift passengers will soon be able to request a ride in an electric or hybrid vehicle. The ride hailing company is launching the feature first in Seattle, then in other cities, the actual show up in passengers are choosing between available lift vehicles. It won't be more expensive than taking a ride in a traditional vehicle live to operating officer John McNeill says customers and dry. Rivers in the Pacific northwest have been asking for greener cars, the companies also rolling electric vehicles in Seattle and Atlanta and its fleet of cars at rents to lift drivers who don't own their own vehicles. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire..

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"karl marx" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"karl marx" Discussed on AP News

"Three in black with Tesla's lower range battery that goes two hundred sixty four miles per charge. Someone attacks the tombstone of Karl Marx with a hammer, the German philosopher and economist was buried in Highgate cemetery in London in eighteen eighty three and his grave was later topped with a large bronze bust and a marble plaque. It's the plaque that the vandal damaged and a spokesman for the cemetery says it'll never be the same again. And it'll bear those battle scars for the future. Police said that they have investigated, but they closed the case without making any arrests. Embattled R and B singer r Kelly's plans for an international tour may have to leave out Australia where a lawmaker wants the country to bar him from performing Kelly had already announced on social media Tuesday that he'll be going to Australia. New Zealand entry Lanka his career has been stifled. Since a mute are Kelly campaign. Gained momentum last year to protest his alleged sexual abuse of women and girls which Kelly denies and lifetime documentary series surviving R Kelly last month through even more attention to the allegations and his record labels reportedly dropped him aus-. Rilya has denied entry to other foreigners on character grounds among them, troubled R, and B singer, Chris Brown, convicted classified document, leakier Chelsea Manning, along with anti vaxxers and men's rights leaders, Trump and Syria, I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute. President Trump insists getting US troops out of Syria. Does not mean the fight against the Islamic state group is over can do better than we've done military terribly. But you will have people. That will be around. And we'll search and you'll search him out and we'll find him, and hopefully, they won't be around very long. There are concerns withdrawing forces from Syria could imperil gains against the militants there as well. As in neighboring Iraq, Massachusetts democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren who was working toward launching a twenty twenty presidential campaign as again apologize for her claim of native American identity. I am sorry that extended confusion about tribal citizenship and tribal sovereignty and for harm caused.

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"karl marx" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"karl marx" Discussed on AP News

"Three in black with Tesla's lower range battery that goes two hundred sixty four miles per charge. Someone attack the tombstone of Karl Marx with a hammer the German philosopher under economist was buried in Highgate cemetery in London in eighteen eighty three and his grave was later topped with a large bronze bust and a marble plaque. It's the plaque that the vandals damaged and a spokesman for the cemetery says it'll never be the same again. And it'll bear those battle scars for the future. Police said that they have investigated, but they closed the case without making any arrests. The day after I made Donahue with an AP news minute. How did President Trump think he did last night with the state of the union address speech? I think has been very well received in some cases, incredibly well received. And I just want to thank all of those people that said such nice things about the job. We did last night. And last night, the president talked about ridiculous partisan investigations today. The house intelligence committee voted to send more than fifty interview transcripts from its now closed Russia investigation to Russia's special counsel, Robert Muller. Adam Schiff is the new committee chair. He has no basis to do that. He's just a political hack who's trying to build a name for himself. And I think that's fine. Because that's what they do today at the White House. The president talked about partisan investigations it's called presidential harassment. And it's unfortunate. And it really does hurt our country. Adam Schiff is indicated that he will reopen parts of the committee's investigation, which Republicans closed last March. I'm Ed Donahue. Hugh. More news right after this space, some regions are vast and empty other areas. We call closets. Fortunately, Kevin from the container store has answers. Right. Kevin. What gives you the power over space? I'd say alpha, customizable, closets with free design and ALPHA's adjustable shelving. And drawers, I can create space in any size closet. Kevin master of space and closets or just Kevin plus right now, save thirty percent on elephant installation and earn up to five hundred dollars credit through February tenth at the container..

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"karl marx" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"karl marx" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Our friend from Alaska is very very same. She has talking points. The thing that kills me. Is Boston University is not like, oh module your college. How did you get a degree in economics? She doesn't know what you think about it and international relations. That's the other part that I I don't know. I don't know how to explain that. Maybe she sees Russia from New York. Quite possibly quite possibly. I don't know. But I just think that this is. I understand wanting to grasp onto something new and shiny when the faces of your party or Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. I get it. Okay. But this is really should herbal. But she's a nut. Yeah. Yeah. I think the I think the management of the party will put her on some committee or something they've got to because she's dangerous to so. Well, they're they're letting her on the judiciary committee, which is insane. I mean, absolutely insane. Ted. I appreciate the phone. Call very much very much Anita. You're on KOA NewsRadio. Yeah. Just a couple of quotes that I came across the other day. And I thought you might be interested in one of their both from Russians Nikolayevich Tolstoy who fled Russia. I think when the Bolshevik revolution started, right, quote was and it was from the help for the starving of a book that he wrote an article the more is given to less people will work for themselves, sir, and the less they work the more. Their poverty will increase. I believe it. Okay. Now, that's Tolstoy. Now here is one from Karl Marx, which I do believe I heard Mr Obama broke from each according to his ability to each according to his needs. I don't know if he actually said, I mean might have. But I I don't know if he actually said it, but yeah, that's a very famous. Yeah. Coming. She those are both Russians more Karl Marx. Of course, the Tolstoy fled the situation to get away from it and Karl Marx was the leader of the revolution. So. Yeah. I just think that we're we may in a few years be speaking either Chinese or Russian. I don't know about.

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"karl marx" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:46 min | 3 years ago

"karl marx" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"When Karl Marx believes is that everyone's going to just we're going to have a world where the wealth is completely redistributed taken away from all the people who haven't, and it's redistributed and everybody has some wealth, and then democratically people are just going to decide how all the wealth and society is going to be managed and controlled. There's not going to be a ruling class that makes these decisions it's just everybody democratically is going to make those decisions the problem, of course, with that has any time that's ever been tried. We end up with a despotic ruler shit. Right. Because as soon as people have enough power, politically or military. Early to take your property away. So that they can redistributed the first thing they do is keep it for themselves because if you control all of the nation's property, why the heck would you give it up? And that's exactly what happens every single time. They try it literally socialism in its purest form has never existed on the face of the planet and the socialist party's today who I've spoken to a lot about this will be the first ones. It's all you that I'm not making this up. They say, oh, this socialism has never existed anywhere. It's it's a utopian idea that can exist, and when they try it it ends in bloodshed every single time. Well, again, they'll say, but but but well well functioning government programs exist in America right now. How do you respond to that? Yeah. Yes. The government programs. We have in America. I thought I stopped you for a second. I know struggle along whenever the government gets involved in anything, it is a total disaster. I mean, some of the notes that I had here were just think about Amtrak, right? This is running trains how hard can it be to there on tracks? I mean, it shouldn't be very difficult. They've lost one hundred sixty eight million dollars in the last fiscal year. That's one of their better years. They've had recently the postal service mail. You can't deliver mail and they lost almost four billion dollars in the last fiscal year four billion dollars. So think about this. If you can't deliver the mail, and you can't run the trains while I put you in charge of my healthcare. Right. I mean. That is saying that we're even considering this as a rational alternative, not to mention the fact that we've got people we're twenty trillion dollars in debt, Kenitra budgets, the trains, the can't manage delivering mail, and it can't manage a budget. These people are totally incompetent and incapable of running our lives. All right. Well, you made the case for those programs also sucking, but the book isn't that you wrote isn't called socialism sucks. Socialism is evil frat. So when you when people say, don't, we just wanna compassionate aspects? We want give us the European style social programs and whatnot far those evil. Tell me that people's well, so one of the hardest things about debating a socialist communist is because the perfect utopian world that they imagine has never existed. They have the advantage of saying to everyone. Well, we're just not doing it right yet. But we will eventually don't worry just give us enough time in power and money, and we will find a way to make it work. And so the problem though, is even if we could find a way to make it work, even if we could have this perfect little. Society were democratically. We'd decide how all property is going to be used, and we all collectively own and manage the property, then you run into all sorts of moral problems serious moral problems that are completely unavoidable, even a utopian state. So think for instance, about just healthcare for instance, let's say we have a socialized healthcare system. Okay. So we're all part owners of the healthcare system each and every single one of us, and we all decide collectively how the healthcare system is going to be run. Well, that's great unless you're a nun, and you don't want to be a part owner of a condom factory. Well, then what do you do that? Okay. Well, maybe the nuns change their mind, and they decide okay with condoms now, we're going to be part owners of condom factors. What about abortion clinics? This is an pro or against abortion thing. There's a fact there's lots of people in society who are against abortion is a lot of people for it. And in a socialized system. You only have one option. It's whatever the collective Desai's. That's your choice. We'll think about an agricultural society. Okay. Maybe we won't do healthcare. But let's just do Agricole. That's the basis of every socialist communist venture that's ever existed. They've always socialized agricultural system. Well, what happens if you decide we're going to kill animals? What does Peter do? What are those people? Do. I mean, what about Hindus? What do they do surly believe that we should be killing animals? So what you do is you not only forces people to live in a society where those things are happening. You force them to become part owners of those industries. They now own this Waterhouse, they now only abortion clinic. They now own the condom factory. They now only alcohol distillery in the case of people who don't believe we should be drinking alcohol, you're forcing people to violate their deeply held beliefs religious, and otherwise and that to me is completely immoral. It's evil to force people to violate their religious beliefs or their deeply held moral beliefs again with even without religion is evil. It's highly immoral. You're talking about a system in its most ideal form you're talking about policy being prescribed by the fifty percent, plus one and that goes for all of these things. Yes. That's right. I think that if you have a slight majority in society, they decide fifty one percent they decide how everything's going to operate. And then you wanted to all sorts of other problems. Right. Well, let's say we. Oh, okay. So we get a society together. And we say we're going to have a socialist society. We're gonna take everybody's property which ended up itself is a more. We're going to say, well, we're just gonna gather everyone's property, and we're going to take it for ourselves. We're going to redistribute it. Okay. Which by the way. Karl Marx calls a despotic inroads on the rights of property despotic. He uses the word despotism in his own writings, he refers to it that way. Which is amazing. They're going to take that property and they're going to redistribute. Okay. Well, great. Well, then what happens? Well, then everybody with money decides or we're not going to be here anymore because why the heck would I stay gonna take my property and give it to somebody who didn't do anything to earn it. So they try to leave. Well, then what happens right? You got to either stop them or everybody's poor the system fails every single time, they try it. And again, it always ends in bloodshed because you can't allow people to have freedom. That sort of system the whole thing breaks down. If you have we're listening to Justin Haskell and David Kendall. The heartland is talking about socialism is evil. When we talk about universal healthcare and some of these European style. Social programs and whatnot. Those aren't the things that kind of keeps me up at night I- cynically, kind of think some of these two degrees are inevitable and don't get me wrong. I'll fight against it will definitely be the one talking about how terrible and whatnot. But again, it's not what keeps me up at night. Well, keeps me up at night is kind of the next step after that. And the next step after that. So and what makes it so hard to get rid of his it's constantly wrapped up in the guise of for the greater good. Like, this is all for fairness is often the greater good. So you're a bad person for not being it, right? So a little behind the scenes when we were tapped to do this speech. We made an outline of all the topics that we wanted to hit and the last topic that we wanted to touch on was was kind of codenames just like crazy future implications. Right. There's just like if socialism were kind of just a Runamuck kind of given future technology and whatnot. So we had this part planned prior to a couple of occurrences that have happened recently where some of the topics that we're going to cover in that section are already being proposed. So Justin tell us a little bit about the green new deal. Right. Yes. So I mean, this is truly stunning stuff. I think it's important to understand that in the past the reason so many people get murdered in socialist communist countries is because they have no way of controlling those people when people stop working officially which inevitably happens because there's no motivation. There's no profit motive in a socialist country. They start killing people or they start imprisoning people. And then people start speaking out and they killed them. And they imprison them that always happens same pattern over and over and over again. But that's because they didn't have the technology to actually control you. They had to four she would fear with violence. That's the only way. But now we're actually starting to see the technology emerge that makes that horrifying reality much easier to do for the government and the green you deal. I think is hinting at moving in that direction. Basically if you are wherever the green new deal is it's being it's been versions of it have been proposed for many many years. But lately, the biggest one Alexandra Qazi Cortez self-described democratic socialist member of the democratic socialists of America organism. That pledges to destroy capitalism that wanted to disappear eventually she she proposed this idea of moving America away entirely from the using using fossil fuels by twenty thirty. So I twelve years she wants to eliminate all fossil fuels the entire country all in complete transportation get rid of every single job related to that. Everyone's going to get a new car, I guess the entire electric grid turned over into renewable energy. I mean, we're talking about a complete transformation of society in just twelve years. But that's just the tip of the iceberg. It's really not about renewable energy or stopping climate change or anything like that. Because there's all sorts of socialist programs that have been embedded into the green and you'll have nothing to do with any of those things like single payer healthcare. That's part of her proposal. Universal basic income. That's part of her proposal federal jobs guarantee promises living wage, whatever that means to every single person who wants one is also part of that proposal, a promise no mandate that the government will upgrade that's the word that they use up. Upgrade every single home and business building in the country. And he's a federal government comes to your home and decides whether it's energy efficient or not, but not just energy efficient. They included in that is that they're going to upgrade it for safety and comfort. Yes. The government's gonna come to your home and make sure you're comfortable. Don't worry. I mean think about how horrifying that this is being proposed and being treated as though this is a serious proposal. Fifty trillion dollars is a conservative estimate in the first ten years this nightmarish stuff. Well, yeah. But she talks about how to pay for it. Right. Yeah. My favorite part is how she talks about how she's gonna pay for it. So how do we pay for this? Well, we raise taxes on rich people. Of course, let's just take seventy percent of them the problem with that is that just a drop in the bucket. You can't pay for fifty trillion dollars by raising a wealthy people's income tax rates at seventy percent. There's not enough people not enough money. So she says well, don't worry about that. We're just going to create a system of new publicly owned banks. We'll do it that way. And then we'll extend credit to ourselves and we'll run up the debt. And then when we when that doesn't work what will just print the money. This is actually in her proposal. I mean, this is not this is crazy that the idea that anyone would take her seriously that she's not being last out of the room should horrify. You know, you're right. I mean, it's so it starts off under the guise the green new deal. You've got one hundred percent renewable with. Thin. You said twelve years, I think it's more like eleven years universal healthcare jobs guarantees upgrading everything to a smart grid. But then there's also some like weird language and ignored it at first. There's weird language that kinda hints at the idea of social Justice you elaborate on that a little bit. Yeah. There's all sorts of vague language in her draft proposal that includes things like, you know, making sure that we right. The wrongs of the past and and use these programs as a way to ensure that there's equitable Justice in society for all genders and races and all of that stuff, which is which is socialist code language for we're gonna take more of your stuff and give it to other people who vote for us. That's littered vaguely which littered throughout her pin at first we kind of ignored it. Because again, we didn't even know what it really means when we get to some of the other stuff that we're about to get to it actually starts to make sense and it's horrifying. But I mean, we were saying beware of the foothold that socialism will get with some of these well-meaning programs and whatnot. This is a base camp for socialism. This is way more than just a foothold in its control over the individual at its most basic sense. So I mean think of it this way when government manages in is responsible for your healthcare. They're picking up the tab. What stops them from being able to restrict what you eat what kind of diet, you have if you smoke or not whether or not you drink anything like that. This gives them carte blanche to do something like that the green deal almost was the same exact stuff under energy and energy is the foundation for the economy. This puts the government well in control of that, very important sector, and when you start factoring in the technological advice. Instance. That's when things get really scary. Let's that's what we're really kind of ramping this speech up to so socialism is most ideal form is from each according to his ability to each according to their need in the USSR, they strove to create the new Soviet man somebody that works specifically for the betterment of society not for their own personal enrichment..

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