posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 12:27 PM
the reasons communists, not just communist China are so revered by many democrats and other liberal minded people is that they admire the complete
power they have over their people. just look at Canada's Trudeau and his public admittance of admiration for Castro. just think of all the good
they could accomplish with that type of complete power. on the other hand at the same time they look at them with pity or remorse that communism
which is socialism went so far awry.
you have to remember that on paper communism/socialism appears to be the perfect system. under it everyone has their needs met. no one goes
hungry. no one goes without needed medical care. no one goes without housing. everyone gets the education that they NEED, and everyone does
their part to provide for all. according to the needs of all. and of course there would be no need for war once everyone has achieved this true
socialism. and you must keep in mind that the most orthodox communist believed that in the end the entire world/human race would turn to
communism. since we all know ALL wars are about two basic things. power and resources. since under this perfect system everyone in the world,
especially if under ONE united world government, such as the UN. where everyone on the planet would be working for everyone else. with all
resources shared appropriately. and if some people happen to become better off than other, that is due to their more important contributions to
society. like those government leaders' who put so much effort into insuring everyone else has their needs met. don't they obviously deserve to be
amply rewarded for all their hard work on the behalf of everyone? ever notice in most discussions about the high cost of medical care, that they may
pick on almost everything being overpriced due to greed yet rarely ever complain about doctors getting paid so much? in fact far from damming a
doctors much higher than average wages, they will defend it. "they had to pay a lot for their education". they are skilled professionals, with skills
that everyone needs, but everyone does not have". so of course they deserve those wages. so the top people "being more equal than
others", actually makes very logical sense to them. after all without them, especially the leaders and their efforts and hard work, the system
would not properly provide for everyone.
just as harsly dealing with anyone who opposes them also just makes logical sense. and while things like purges and gulogs are not very nice. they are
not actually unethical, because to do so serves the needs of everyone. as Spock said many times in Star Treck, "the needs of the many
outweigh the needs of the few". making such things perfectly logical, as well as ethical. since it is being done to benefit everyone. and if you
can get work out of them such as the USSR's work camps, China's work prisons, or the NAZI concentration camps. so much the better. at least that way
they can still be of benifit to everyone else. even thogh they are if allowed to be free a direct danger to everyone else. when you think about
it even most of the liberal/democtrat hypocrisy, lies, propaganda, and the end justifies the means are all very liberal ideology.
in fact just look at pretty much every communist/socialist takeover. in every instance i can think of it was all done with what would seem to be good
intentions. to improve the lives of the people, even to protect them from "unjust, and unfair" rule and situations. be it the russians and
their revolution against a very corrupt and harsh monarchy. the Nazis fighting against the communists who turned so "evil" in Russia, as well as the
overharsh and opressive surrender terms and the chaos created by the depression. the Chinese fighting against both the corrupt Kuomintang and harsh
rule of the Japanese. the North Koreans. the Viet Cong, Venisuala etc. ALL of them were supposidly fighting for the people and/or taking over by other
means on behalf of the people. yet as tends to happen in most revolutions ends up with the wrong people in charge. especially when it comes to armed
rebellion (the US Revolution being one of the rare exceptions, in which somehow they ended up with a pretty fair government).
i think most people if they are being intelectually honest would have to admit tha socialism as is being used in many western nations. like
with things such as socialized medical care. is at best only a stop gap measure, untill a true form of socialism can be implemented. as
since they don't have complete control of costs, such as from private for profit manufacturing, costs spiral out of control. yet if they could gain
that full control such as in China, and othe communist nations they could controll every cost from the ground up. and thereby create a true
socialist utopia. just because it hasn't ever actually worked yet will not stop them in their mainly good intentioned efforts. and that they
really do need to become a totalitarian regime to create that utopia. as well as that by trying to slowly takeover, one step at a time, that they feel
they have THE chance to make their totalitorian utopia with the right people in charge. and that by doing so it will actually finally work. and
that currant communist nations and their failures can be used as learned from so that they don't make the same mistakes.