Tag: Socialsim

There Is Hope

 

I will be the first to admit, I easily become very gloom and doom when looking at the state of our nation, especially when I talk about Millennials and Generation Z. I know young people get a bad rep – and to be fair – they deserve it. Seeing as I am technically on the older end of these self-described “woke” generations apparently wiser than their forebears, I can call it as I see it.

They are the first generations since our nation’s inception to protest for their rights to be taken away, who see kneeling during the anthem as a productive avenue for change, and are so emotionally weak they utilize university-sponsored coloring pages, cry-ins, and safe spaces to protect them from words they don’t like.

Since less than a third of Millennials say the United States is the greatest country in the world and in need of drastic change, they gather in droves to support a “new” system of government; a system already responsible for the deaths of over 100 million people.

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Finally, the perfect marriage between Crony Capitalists and the Che shirt wearing Neo-Socialists Utopians. Crony Capitalist-Tranny-Chamber of Commerce lobby wants rock bottom, cheap labor. The Marxist progressive Utopians want people to give up all freedoms and liberties. So, let’s give’m what they both want–a match made in heaven (or Hell). Let the Crony-ists buy Utopians! […]

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Let me just get out of the way the fact that I am not well-read on Marx’s ‘Communist Manifesto’ and am not a scholar on Communism.  I have, however, read Jonah Goldberg’s ‘Liberal Fascism’. We often hear from folks in the political middle (so-called independents and moderates) that the left and the right have differing […]

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