By J.B. Williams
October 31, 2013
Without much effort I could list at least fifty separate impeachable offenses committed by the Obama Administration over the last five years. But isn’t just being a communist enough?
Let’s stop playing word games here… progressive, socialist, Marxist, liberal, fascist, Maoist, collectivist, anti-imperialism, totalitarian, even the term democracy… these are all terms used as cover for the real agenda, communism.
Karl Marx answered the first question when he said “Democracy is the road to socialism,” and he answered the second question by saying “Socialism is but a stepping stone to communism.”
Marx and Engels were the inventors of Democratic Socialism, a process by which average working class voters, referred to as the “proletariat” by Marx, would vote themselves into bondage under varying degrees of collectivism sold as democracy.
I know what you’re thinking… I have heard it many times over the years… this is America and communism died with the fall of the Soviet Union. Wrong… this isn’t America at the moment and communism did not die with the fall of the Berlin Wall, far from it.
The American people scoffed when Nikita Khrushchev said,
“You Americans are so gullible. No, you won\’t accept communism outright, but we\’ll keep feeding you small doses of Socialism until you will finally wake up and find that you already have communism. We won\’t have to fight you; we will so weaken your economy until you fall like overripe fruit into our hands.” It has also been said that Khrushchev proclaimed, “Communists would bury America without firing a shot, your children\’s children will be living under communism.”
Americans scoffed because they did not understand… Americans were unaware or skeptical of the news that the Communist Party established itself in the United States in 1919 and began building its proletariat army via college campuses, government employees, churches and labor unions all across America. Now they are moving in K thru 12 via the Department of Education and the teachers unions.
“This May Day brings us the most hopeful situation for the workers of America that we have seen for many a year. The encouraging signs are those which show the changed attitude of the radicals towards the trade unions. At last they are beginning to take the unions seriously, and to give them some of their boundless energy and enthusiasm. That is what the unions have been starving for all these years. The change in tactics of the radicals will bring a labor renaissance in a few years. It is an event of the greatest significance and importance.”
How many ways do we need to hear it? How much more do we have to see……………..