Socialism in America
Socialism Defined and Its Objectives:
A. "Socialism" is :
* The insurgent tactics used to subvert a nation are based on the Cadre system or rather known as Parties which create the factionalism needed to sustain crisis in the form of social agitation, which is in reality, a diversion or distraction from the ongoing insurgency.
Socialism's end game is Communism. Communism is the opposite of our Republican form of national government. Communism requires abandoning Constitutionally-protected rights of individual American Citizens for the "common good" of collective society.
See: Socialism, by Ludwig von Mises. (The complete online version of the book by Ludwig von Mises. "The book is one of the most famous analysis and criticism of socialism, including all varieties of socialism and its economic, cultural and social aspects."); see also: Chart of U.S. Socialist History, 1900-1990, taken from Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) website (originally posted in FR by TaRaRaBoomDeAyGoreLostToday!); see also: www.marxists.org Encyclopedia of Marxism.
B. The Communist Manifesto demands the following:
See: The Ten Planks of the Communist Manifesto; see also: Communism and Socialism
II. Warning to Americans:
" . . . Socialists, like Communists, Nazis, Klansmen, or other political groups, rightfully enjoy the same constitutional protections as the rest of us. Unlike their more radical aforementioned counterparts however, the socialists believe in changing the system by "boring from within" rather than through illegal violence and sedition. As such, they prefer legislation, often filled with deceptive legalese and passed through Congress by duplicitous means, as their choice of arms in their quest toward revolutionary goals. Socialists are gradualists rather than extremists. They are slowly chipping away at our God given rights."
"Freedom loving Americans would be well advised to keep a close eye on socialist Congressmen." 4