posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 08:46 PM
It has been quite obvious for some time that there is a lot more going on in this country (The US) than most people would like to think. I have tried
to find other explanations but I'll tell you something that is hard to discount -
With the rise of the internet, it is now possible to really have a look and see for yourself what most people think and believe. What kinds of views
are the most prevalent on the internet? Now there are some libertarian havens but the general collective viewpoint you will find on most discussion
areas is extremely Marxist. To the point to where you will actually face bullying by multiple perpetrators if you express anything that goes against
the grain. And if you persist and/or are too outspoken about it, they will begin to seek ways to make you wish you hadn't.
When it is not absolutely crystal clear what type of ideology you're up against, there is almost always enough suspicion that this is so to convince
me that the vast majority of people lean strongly Marxist, away from individualism and very strongly towards collectivism.
And what is more, many of these people you will encounter are acutely aware of what their views represent. This can easily be determined by the
things they say. It's that same old Marxist rhetoric you know so well if you're older than 30. Same old tactics. Same old propaganda. Same old thing.
Dialectics, endless conflict, creating conflict where none exists, stirring the pot at exactly the right moment.
This is not to say libertarians never do any of these things in the course of promoting their views but they're generally not so systematic about it.
The Marxist is almost clinical in ritually inflaming his/her constituency. This is a big part of the Marxist fingerprint that will usually expose them
if you know what to look for.
Libertarians are typically passionate and their passion is real. The Marxist typically only displays passion when it is needed to persuade or to
agitate. In reality, they feel nothing as they do this. Like a scientist in a lab with his rats.
This cannot be accidental or coincidence. This is the result of a concerted and coordinated effort.
edit on 15-8-2013 by BrianFlanders
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