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Marxism in America - Lt. Gen. (Ret.) W.G. Boykin

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posted on Sep, 19 2011 @ 02:20 AM
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Retired Green Beret General Jerry Boykin discusses his background and green beret training in understanding Marxist insurgencies and how current government actions parallel Marxist tactics. He lays it out step by step how insurgencies introduce Marxism into the population and integrate it into society. It is shocking how far along we are into that process at the hands of government.



Will enough Americans ever wake up?




posted on Sep, 19 2011 @ 02:38 AM
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People don't want to wake up, they don't want freedom, they want safety and comfort. the average American has bought into all the propaganda, they focus on dividing us by race and class so we fight among ourselves. They have continued to attack education and the middle class so that our kids are too stupid to know they should be angry.

People are happy in their gilded cages with Big Brother government keeping them safe.



posted on Sep, 19 2011 @ 03:16 AM
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Notice that he also mentioned the Nazis.

So, what is he really concerned about? "Marxism?' I don't think any government in history has successfully implemented Marxism. They just called what they were doing by that name. Step back, and what he seems to be concerned about is a covert totalitarianism. With the Nazis it was quite overt, and it targeted the Jews and the gypsies in particular. In the USSR it became more covert and targeted dissidents, among others. Similar in China. And what we see in the US is that dissidents are again being targeted. And now that the religious Right is in the crosshairs, this guy is really concerned!

But he's only seeing (or only talking about) the surface appearance of what's going on. He sees "Marxists" attacking "American values." But it's not really Marxists who are doing the attacking. And it's not just American values that are getting attacked. Anything standing in the way of "the plan" (assume for a moment that there is "a plan." You can always look up the Georgia Guidestones if you doubt it.) has, in its turn, been targeted for overt or covert attack. These attacks are carried out (ideally) in a context of ideological antagonism designed to be so confusing that what is really happening will not be noticed until it's too late, or until it can be used (like the holocaust was) to fuel or motivate another step in "the plan."

As far as I'm concerned, this guy is playing into their game. He's calling names. He is trying to instigate an "anti-Marixism" campaign rather than something that would be positive and that wouldn't involve getting someone locked up or killed.

We will not be free of this scourge until someone can think up a game, and then get us to play it, where everyone wins.



posted on Sep, 19 2011 @ 03:24 AM
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Originally posted by l_e_cox
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Notice that he also mentioned the Nazis.

So, what is he really concerned about? "Marxism?' I don't think any government in history has successfully implemented Marxism. They just called what they were doing by that name. Step back, and what he seems to be concerned about is a covert totalitarianism. With the Nazis it was quite overt, and it targeted the Jews and the gypsies in particular. In the USSR it became more covert and targeted dissidents, among others. Similar in China. And what we see in the US is that dissidents are again being targeted. And now that the religious Right is in the crosshairs, this guy is really concerned!

But he's only seeing (or only talking about) the surface appearance of what's going on. He sees "Marxists" attacking "American values." But it's not really Marxists who are doing the attacking. And it's not just American values that are getting attacked. Anything standing in the way of "the plan" (assume for a moment that there is "a plan." You can always look up the Georgia Guidestones if you doubt it.) has, in its turn, been targeted for overt or covert attack. These attacks are carried out (ideally) in a context of ideological antagonism designed to be so confusing that what is really happening will not be noticed until it's too late, or until it can be used (like the holocaust was) to fuel or motivate another step in "the plan."

As far as I'm concerned, this guy is playing into their game. He's calling names. He is trying to instigate an "anti-Marixism" campaign rather than something that would be positive and that wouldn't involve getting someone locked up or killed.

We will not be free of this scourge until someone can think up a game, and then get us to play it, where everyone wins.



It doesn't matter what you call it the point is how they implement it and he is pointing out they are using the Marxist insurgent plan to implement it. Marxism communism socialism Nazism fascism corporatism are all slices of the same pie it is a waste of time splitting hairs over the labels.



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