reply to post by SisyphusRide
Fortunately you're neither a judge or a warden. You're just someone who like to make sweeping generalizations about large groups of people and grossly
oversimplifies complex ideas, like religious belief, with no facts to back up those generalizations or oversimplifications.
There is no other factor which will determine the economic status or progress..or conversely the lack of these things outside of a people's religion
and religious beliefs.
The proper religion and people will have freedom and liberty to reap the profit or progress of their labors. The wrong religion and people will not
reap these things because the government take in the economic system will be to high.
Towards what religion are we working here in the States??
The problem with Communism is that it does not take into consideration the people's beliefs and instead substitutes the peoples belefs with top down
pyramid thinking...one size fits all. Communism or put another way...Humanism....looks on all other systems of belief as competitors. Hence these
other systems of belief must needs be squelched or gotten rid of..eliminated.
This is by logic..by reason..by Illumination...by Enlightenment.
Now in the west...it is not popular to use the term Communism to describe the top down pyramid thinking which is taking place..but it is in fact
taking place as more and more individual thinking and the prosperity of individual thinking and efforts/labor are ceded to government
standardization...or secular Humanism...where Human qualities or standardizations ar being privily substituted for liberty and freedom.
It is just a more privy and concealed form of Communism..and under this system they are working steadily to get rid of anything which appears to be
Christian and instead supporting and promoting the Pyramid thinking of government. Even in public school and in the media this message is being
promoted in lieu of individual thinking and actions...to cede to the group think. Xerox copies of the same bland stuff.
This is a religion..make no mistake. It is a very intolerant religion while claiming to be tolerant and conversely hiding the fact of how intolerant
they truely are.
It is a devout and zealous belief system. It works very well on those easily emoted and looking for bad guys by preconditioning...hence intolerant. It
is divide and conquer on a people. It is fractionating. It is not uniting.
And this fractionating is exactly how the Communists work through socialist front people...group think to reach their goals.
Xerox copies of the same bland stuff..divide and conquer.
People versed in History..also know that Communist systems would never survive without outside help. They are incapable of working an economy without
massive outside help to prop them up.
One of the tell tale signs that a nation is turning towards socialist/communist group think..is that their economy begins to stagger and overburden
under massive government programs which do not produce goods and services. Surpluses disappear...and even the staples begin over time to disappear.
This tell tale symptom of economic stagnation is often in these socialist/communist systems covered up..hidden by a willing and compliant state media
in the pocket of government. Anyone speaking the truth about conditions is quickly censored by the media and government...often working together.
A government intolerant or going against it's charter...and instead substituting another "Belief" or operating system in lieu of it's original charter
is a "counterfeit"
...which has it's origins also in religion...but in this case..it is often an "Occult" or hidden religious belief..one in
which the product is not that advertised to most people who are unawares it is even taking place.
This too is how Communism works...as it moves itself into absolute power and control. In the olde days of history this was called "Divine Right of
Kings." Both are systems of absolute power and of a devout religious zeal. And both systems produce economic and political stagnation.
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