Makes sense to me…
Makes sense to me…
While it’s true, I’ve been laying low watching the fire overhead, I am struck by this latest explosion of stupidity.
So, I’m going to untie my fingers.
First I will say, I hate me some Russians. Actually I hate me some Socialists which continues to include Russians. This is for reasons nobody cares about but I’ve made clear over the years.
That being said, WTF?
Trump goes over to pay a visit to Vlad and our local socialists, our Socialist press and the Never Trump useful idiots go ape sh*t.
The Dems have no option but to continue their attempt to connect Trump with Russian meddling. Why, because they have nothing but good news to get mad about. AND… they are being forced to be honest about who they are. Both of the above are not good for their future. (Did the Russians meddle in the election process? Of course they did. And they will again… just as the Chinese do, the North Koreans do, the Iranians wish they could… etc. etc. Hey dummy, here’s another tidbit, we do it too. And we will continue to do it. What do you think all that money for “Clandestine” services is used for? For you current college students, see if you can find a dictionary and look up ‘clandestine’. ) It is enjoyable however to watch Democrats hate on some Russians. It’s like a Domestic Abuse episode of Jerry Springer where the wife is beating the crap out of the husband for everyone to see. It’s funny because it’s purely theater and they don’t really mean it… but they think it makes for good ratings. (And in the end the wife goes back to the husband.)
The Press is hell-bent on anyone other than Trump heavily flavored by their bizarre love affair of all things Socialist. So they are working diligently to keep the words “Trump” and “Russia” appearing together in every sentence they utter. It’s become boring. (Has anyone heard anything about Venuzuela lately? With any frequency?)
The Never Trumpers are desperate to get their power back and reclaim their rightful place in history as the Slave Party to the Democratic Socialists. Can I get you a Starbucks?
Even the Criticism I’m hearing from those I listen to attentively is odd.
“Trump threw the CIA under the bus!”
Folks, since when does the President of the United States suffer an obligation to stand behind everything his intelligence services say? Yes… I get it. Better to say nothing at all, but that was not allowed to happen by the Leftist Press… and it never will be allowed to happen when it comes to any Political Leader standing in the way of the the the Press’ Socialist Utopia. Can you blame them? What could be better than standing in line for toilet paper… oh right, the Systematic Starvation. My bad.
Just a note — does anyone here remember when George W. Bush believed his intelligence folks and went after WMDs in Iraq? Seems to my foggy alcohol addled memory that the Leftist a-holes jumped all over him for only finding Chemical Weapons (which actually are WMDs). Anyone? Bueller?
The only interesting aspect of this latest Media Destabilization Effort coming from the Trump Administration is who on the Republican side of the aisle is drawing the long knives?
I would watch these people carefully… we have officially entered the Presidential Election Cycle.
I’m crawling back into my hole now. I have castles on clouds to build.
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A Brief History of Big Labor (AFL now AFL-CIO) and the Socialist Party USA.
The Relationship between Marxist Socialism and Fascism, both Statist Governing Theories.
This is a brief history lesson… put the beer down for a couple of minutes.
Originally published 1932. (Keep in mind that a mere 30-years later came the 1960’s radicals… who today hold positions of power within our Government.) Found at: http://www.marxists.org
The A. F. of L. Becomes Fascist
Over 40 years ago on Union Square, New York, the leaders of the first May Day demonstration spoke not only about the 8-hour day but about the abolition of the capitalist system. “While struggling for the 8-hour day we will not lose sight of the ultimate aim, – the abolition of the wage system,” read the resolution presented to the striking masses assembled at Union Square on May First, 1890, after they had marched there in great columns under unfurled red banners through the working class sections of the metropolis. Now, the A. F. of L. and the Socialist Party make common cause with the bosses and are doing everything possible to prevent the workers from fighting for any improvement in their conditions, and instead of fighting for the abolition of the capitalist system are fighting to preserve it.
Over 40 years ago, the A. F. of L. appealed to the International Socialist Congress in Paris to help the American Federation of Labor with the strike movement inaugurated for May First, 1890, and the International came to the aid of the American workers by making this struggle an international one. Now, President Green and his satellite Mathew Well pledge the support of the A. F. of L. to each and every reactionary organization or movement formed for the purpose of combating the Communist Party which is carrying on the American fighting traditions of May First. The A. F. of L. leaders have developed from class collaborationists into open fascists, serving the capitalists as hangmen of the American working class.
In their attempt to defeat May Day and to draw the workers’ organizations which are under their influence away from participation in May Day demonstrations, the A. F. of L. and other reactionary labor organizations have fostered the observance of a so-called Labor Day on the first Monday in September of each year. Labor Day was adopted first on a local scale in 1885 and later granted by the various state governments as an antidote to May First celebrations.
Another campaign against May Day was inaugurated by the federal government with the aid of A. F. of L. leaders when May 1 was adopted as Child Health Day. The hypocrisy of both the government and the A. F. of L. is proven by the fact that a million and more children under 16 are sweated in American mills, shops and fields for the glory of American capital.
The real meaning of this sudden interest in child welfare, however, may be gleaned from the following reference to the subject in a report submitted by the Executive Council to the 1928 Convention of the A. F. of L.:
… The Communists still maintain May 1 as Labor Day. Hereafter May 1 will be known as Child Health Day, as the President is directed by the resolution passed by Congress to issue a proclamation calling upon the people of the United States to observe May 1 as Child Health Day. The object is to create sentiment for year-round protection of the health of children. It is a most worthy purpose. At the same time May 1 no longer will be known as either strike day or Communist Labor Day. (Italics mine – A. T.)
Can it be that the A. F. of L. leaders have not heard the story about King Canute and his attempt to sweep back the tempestuous ocean waves? Or is it that in their eagerness to break the fighting spirit of the workers they are willing to try anything?
The Social-Fascism of the S. P.
The betrayal of the workers begun during the war was continued by the Socialist parties after the war. They joined bourgeois governments to protect them from the wrath of the workers; they organized counter-revolutions to thwart the workers’ struggle for power; they became the butchers of the militant sections of the working class which were fighting for the overthrow of the rule of capital, just as the workers of Russia have done under the leadership of the Bolsheviks, the Party of Lenin. The social-patriotism of the Right and the social-pacifism of the Center during the war, have now been merged into social-fascism. The social-fascists have become part of the capitalist state machine, protecting it from the revolutionary actions of the workers and peasants in the imperialist and colonial countries. They call for war against the Soviet Union and organize plots designed to arrest the progress of building Socialism there. They support the war being waged against the Chinese people by Japanese imperialism and the seizure of Manchuria as an eastern base for attacking the Soviet Union.
They have long ago abandoned the demand for the 8-hour day. They hope that the League of Nations will secure for them the shorter workday through conventions between capitalist governments. The Marseilles Congress of the Second International in 1925 declared that the 8-hour day “should be recognized only in principle.” They still participate in May Day events, but only on the other side of the barricades, as was exemplified by the fiendish actions of the Socialist Chief of Police of Berlin, Zoergiebel, against the May Day, 1929, demonstrations in the working class sections of that city. In the 1932 presidential elections, the Social-Democracy backed the Bruening fascist government by supporting the re-election of Hindenburg.
The “Socialist” Prime Minister MacDonald sends troops to mow down the Hindu masses who are rising against British imperialism and its agents in India. Wherever capitalism has felt weak to cope with the rising tide of the revolutionary and national liberation movements of the workers and peasants, it has called to its service the Socialist parties, willing agents of capitalism within the labor movement, to help defeat these movements.
In the United States, the Socialist Party plays the same role. Although it is not in office, it has already earned its spurs in the business of betraying the best aspirations and interests of the workers. It joins all reactionary forces who are vilifying the Soviet Union and are trying to whip up sentiment for war upon the workers’ republic. It works with the A. F. of L. and the Muste “progressive” labor unions in hounding militant workers, in supporting the bosses against the workers, in applauding the forces of the state when they prosecute and persecute the revolutionary movement of this country. The old leaders of the S. P. (the Hillquits and Oneals) have forsaken whatever Socialism they ever believed in and the new leaders (the Thomases and Brouns) are bourgeois liberals who use the labor movement to advance the programs and the policies of the Theodore Roosevelts of the Bull Moose days and the Robert LaFollettes whose aim has always been to fool the masses with radical shibboleths.
Norman Thomas, the darling of the capitalist press, announces to the world in a recent book that he has brought forth a new kind of socialism, a socialism without Marxism. It has been tried before. An abler man than Thomas, Eduard Bernstein, tried to de-Marxianize Socialism more than thirty years ago. He knew better, however, than to go as far as Thomas goes in his claims. The German pioneer in this he’d only wanted to “correct” Marx, to “bring him up to date.” The American, Thomas, knows no halfway measures. He not only “revises” Marx, but abolishes him altogether, without, however, injuring Socialism thereby, as S. P. leaders declare.
Norman Thomas and the class-collaborationist Socialist Party which he represents today perhaps better than anyone else, stand exposed before the workers of this country as the betrayers and open enemies of the only Socialism that means workers’ rule, the Socialism of Marx and Lenin, the Socialism for which the Communist Party fights, the Socialism that is being built by the victorious workers and peasants in the Soviet Union today.
Revolutionary Traditions of American Labor
The American labor movement is rich in revolutionary traditions upon which the Communist Party and the Trade Union Unity League can draw in their work of organizing the American working class for revolutionary action. The great labor struggles which dot the history of the United States, bear testimony to the militancy of the American workers. Not only have the workers been ready to initiate struggles or accept provocations of the bosses, but when out on strike, they have stayed out long and fought bitterly against the combined forces of bosses and the minions of the State.
A labor movement which can look back to the general strike movements of 1877 and 1886, to Homestead (1892), to the A. R. U. Strike (1894), to Lawrence (1912), to the Steel Strike (1919), to Seattle (1919), to the many strikes in the coal, railroad, clothing and other industries, to the great struggles in Colorado, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, the Mesaba Range and, more recently, to Gastonia and Harlan, can also look forward to still greater struggles in the future. With the prevailing objective conditions – constantly deepening economic crisis, growing permanent unemployment, intensified exploitation through speed up methods, acceleration of imperialist rivalries leading to another world war, the American Labor movement, freed of its misleaders, will give an account of itself. The massacre by Ford police of four Detroit auto workers at an unemployed demonstration before his plant, the murder of Negro jobless in Chicago and Cleveland are evidences of the sharpening class struggle and the militancy of the workers.
Remember, the enemy of my enemy is my friend. Ideological infighting is always present between Statists. It’s a matter of who gets to Control you.
But when it comes to Free-Market Capitalism which protects the Natural Freedom and Liberty of the Individual… it is always the enemy of both flavors of Statism and they will always find communal ground in their effort to do away with it.
And You, in believing you have that Natural Right and subscribe to a bottom up Governing Theory, are the Enemy.
Happy May Day!
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Many years and countless hours of studying Socialist countries has presented me with two absolute and demonstrable facts.
First, Socialism never works no matter how much your local Socialist wants or wishes it too. Or for that matter, tells themselves it does.
Second, Free Market Capitalism is the default state of economics.
Without fail, once established and entrenched, a socialized economy gives birth to a separate and “unequal” system of trade.
A system of trade that is not controlled by the state. It has many names such a black, grey, underground and illegal… but those in charge never call it “free” which is exactly what it is. (In Russia there was a simple rule everyone lived by… if you see a line get in it. They knew that whatever was at the other end, whether they wanted it or not, could be traded for something they did want.)
The Socialists have attempted every imaginable idea to stop Capitalism in its tracks but have succeeded only in slowing it down and creating distortions which they then blame on the very free market they distorted.
They stare dumbfounded at a system of trade that does not require their genius, planning or input, to be successful.
So, Throughout history the Free Market has ruled unmatched in it’s success and durability as the premier economic system.
(An aside: I’ve encountered a school of liberalism (a poorly educated one) that has labeled Free Market trade as “Smithian Capitalism”. I would remind these Elitist Know Nothings that Smith was simply an observer and recorded what had been evident for millennia. Just because he was the first to organize it on paper does not make him the architect of voluntary trade.)
Free trade has flourished under monarchies and Marxism alike.
It cannot be stopped… but that seems to be one of the tenets of our present day, home-grown Socialists. There is an ongoing effort to slow Capitalism down with policy issues like global warming which then lead to ideas like cap-and-trade etc. Ironically it is the resistance from the rest of the socialized world which stands in the way of these ill-founded ideas… the Communist Chinese understand the value of free market trade which is why Hong Kong has been left alone. But they also recognize the inability to control a population enjoying a Free-Market, which is why they have not officially adopted the economic system for China proper.
But the point is, when the superiority of Free Market Capitalism is recognized even by those who wish to see it go away, you have to ask yourself why are we still fighting with these same types of people at home?
I have and will continue to offer it is about Power and Control… it is about a mindset that see themselves so superior to you that the concept of not making your decisions for you is unthinkable. In their minds, It is about keeping you from always making the wrong choice because you’re too stupid to know better.
We finally have a single country, in the United States of America, founded on the beneficial evidence of individual rights, voluntary trade and property rights. And the Left can’t leave it alone.
I’m tired of placating these people and their oppressive ideas coated with a candy glaze of “fairness”. Simply being born in a country doesn’t make it “yours”. If we are not racists then we should surely not be “Geographists” either. We should organize ourselves according to ideas on Individual Freedom and Liberty. Those who do not believe in how this country was founded need only find a country where their ideas fit in.
Socialists already own most of the planet… how is that working out for them? Surely the EU could use the brilliance of our modern day Left to help them put their Socialist Utopia back in order.
“If you destroy a free market; you create a black market.” – Winston Churchill
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(For David… regarding the idea that Socialism, referencing his question of my sanity on Trump’s China Tariffs, requires Capitalism to survive. While the current topic involves raw materials the concept is the same. Crappy Communist/Socialist countries require us, and our productivity, to exist. They are parasitic. This originally posted in Feb. 2012)
Given the latest comments by European Leaders at the G20 conference regarding their current difficulties having originated in the U.S. and President Obama’s granting amnesty to illegal aliens with accolades from the Mexican President (because it is a huge subsidy to Mexico through the flow of US Dollars south), I thought it was worth revisiting.
It has been fascinating to watch as Europe melts down.
It illustrates a theory I’ve had for many years which is that socialists survive at the mercy of capitalists in the name of stability. I started thinking about this in the early nineties, Clinton had just handed, yes handed, Mexico 5 billion dollars. That was back when 5 billion could buy you something nice. It was done under the auspices of fighting the war on drugs. But what it really did was prop up a socialist state. Who wants a revolution so close to home… right? I don’t mean to pick on Clinton because Reagan and Bush have done it too.
Reagan’s granting amnesty to 13 million illegal immigrants was another way of subsidizing Mexico as it kept the flow of U.S. Dollars heading south into their economy. (We could see this again…) George W. did it by making it illegal to purchase prescription medication from Canada. If that had been made legal it would have been tantamount to declaring war on Canada because it would have destroyed their health system by preventing them from dictating prices they would pay to the drug companies. To put it in the simplest terms, they get away with dictating prices because you pay more here and subsidize the cost for them. Feel good about that? We have seen this type of socialist subsidizing for years across every administration. It is primarily through our military… “You guys in trouble financially?”, “Let’s have joint maneuvers, or how about we move some more troops in for training exercises…”. All that means is U.S. Dollars going in to the their not-so-self-sufficient Socialist Paradise.
We have also seen this played out when military contracts are steered to foreign countries for no apparent benefit. The product isn’t better, but darn it they need the help. (Bare in mind, I am a capitalist… it is my duty to buy the best product for me at the lowest price. I have no issue with overseas manufacturing. Our lack of manufacturing says more about us than them. That’s for another time.) Well, now things have changed… we ain’t got no money.
Look at the panic and finger-pointing when the engine of Capitalism, slowly poisoned by Socialists, isn’t healthy enough to ride in and save the Socialist Dream.
If I sound merciless, it’s because I am. As far as I’m concerned Socialism has been living on borrowed time. (And it has been our own socialists lending it to them.) To steal a quote; “The chickenssss have come hoooome to roooost!” Now big daddy ain’t got no sugar…. and you’re on your own.
(An aside: When are we going to have emergency hearings on “home-grown Socialism”? Does Homeland Security know about this? Where’s the Socialist Watch List? The Socialist No-Fly roster? Can’t we profile these people? The destruction to this country and its citizens is profound. Someone should alert the press.)
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This must also be what the Chinese are thinking right now.
If Trump is genuine regarding Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum coming from outside the United States it must be considered Economic War.
The debilitating effects of Tariffs are well documented following Smoot-Hawley.
I am guilty of under estimating the negotiating skill of this man… and I must remind myself that he is a graduate of Wharton School of Business. I must remind myself that he Knows where this will go.
So let’s assume this is the opening shot across the bow of an international trade war.
The White House is desperately trying to keep the focus of proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum on the increased cost of goods which will be directly passed to the consumers. (This is also how corporate taxes work… but that’s for another day.) The Maison Blanc is currently sending Peter Navarro out to sell the tariffs with talking points implying there will be ‘only a penny increase on the cost of a six-pack of beer’ and ‘only $45 to the cost of a new car’… I sh*t you not. Navarro knows better, too.
Why do I find this an amazing point in time? Because once you read a bit about the Smoot-Hawley Tariffs (linked above) we imposed with only the best of intentions during the 30’s and the resulting consequence of extending the duration of the Great Depression you quickly realize it’s not the direct impact which hurts the most.
It’s the Indirect Impact.
It’s the Retaliation.
It so happens that we American’s have had our productivity and living standards vastly increased by our ability to access inexpensive goods from… China.
Chew on that for a second.
Now think about the fact that China is a poisonous concept based in Communism/Socialism that exploits its population as life is cheap under such a horrid Governing Theory. It is also an open secret that China must… must… create a quarter of a million new jobs every month or they risk a full-out pitchfork rebellion… not just the condemnation of a pathetically partisan Socialist Press as we endure here in The United States.
Which of us can weather the economic impact we both know will result?
This is nothing short of War.
I’m not sure it’s not time… but I’m not sure it is.
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An interesting question came up yesterday.
During a conversation with an associate I was asked to define Socialism. And, then explain why I think it’s bad.
My response was, “Force.”.
The issue is not that Socialism is difficult to define but rather that so many people demonstrate the mindset through their actions while calling themselves various other things. Socialists intentionally try to keep you, and themselves, confused… if they didn’t, you would see them for what they are.
It became clear during this conversation that a simple rule would be useful, because the left changes their names with regularity and impunity. The Socialists figured out long ago when people understand what they really stand for, those same people don’t like them. The solution was to keep calling themselves something different… often.
The evolution of names adds up to a long list, from stealing the term “Liberal” to using words like Progressive. You’ll find them labeling themselves Democrats, Moderates, Social Democrats, Republicans and even, hilariously, “No Labels”. I prefer “Statists” because it lumps them all together… it’s easier for me as I have few brain cells remaining.
It becomes humorous when you think about it… how disliked must you be to have so many names? Well, criminals do this everyday. Count the times you’ve watched the news and the police are looking for a guy with fifteen different “AKA’s”? Criminals, and Liberals, understand that a name follows you around and gets in the way of doing bad things. Can’t have that.
So how do we identify these people?
The first question you should always ask yourself is… does this person advocate force to be used upon U.S. Citizens in order to achieve their desired goal?
An easy example of the above is:
Is the government forcing me to buy… a bible, a first edition of Audacity of Hope or health insurance? If so, the person advocating the force is a Socialist. It doesn’t matter what they call themselves.
And, the law used to force you to do so is Socialist in nature and therefore extra-constitutional. (OK Lefties – Car insurance does not apply here as you are not forced to buy a car… and even if you choose to, as long as it resides on your private property (say a ranch) you are not forced to have insurance for it.)
If you’re still not sure, then the second question is; Does this person desire to use this force to “nudge” you to the ‘right’ decision, in other words quicker than you might have arrived there on your own… This is done because the Leftist wielding the force already knows (believes) their answer is the right one and you’re too inept (Stupid) to make the correct decision on your own.
Some historic examples of this are skyrocketing gas prices forced upon us through Federal taxes, and a refusal to utilize our own natural resources, so we can get those cars that run on algae which we have all been dreaming about. Or, forcing banks to lend you money even though you don’t have a job and you have a history of not paying your bills… this way you can have a house BEFORE you can afford it subsequently causing a GLOBAL financial meltdown. (Thank you again Barney Frank and Chris Dodd.)
It doesn’t matter what the consequences are, because these people are Brilliant and full of only the best intentions… like forcing people to buy crappy fluorescent light bulbs from a company that donates millions of dollars to their campaign coffers. Thank God we have such smart folks to take care of us stupid people…
It really is that simple, and this “force” rule can be applied hundreds of times a day. Now that you realize how this works, you’ll be amazed on how it changes the way you see the world. You will also be amazed at the change in how you view people you previously thought you agreed with.
So instead of allowing yourself to succumb to the intentionally confusing and overwhelming number of names and supposed “good intentions” the Left hides behind, you now have an easy way to identify them and their behaviors immediately and clearly even through their denials. When applied, this rule will identify those Socialists on both sides of the aisle.
In contrast, Free-Market Capitalism requires no force. None. All it requires is you making the decision you think is best for you. Rugged Individualism takes into account that we are all in this together, but it allows YOU to determine if coming together as a group towards a goal is the right thing for you to do… it does not allow for some other person to force you to ‘come together’ and accomplish a goal you disagree with but they think is super cool.
Make no mistake… there is a war going on. It’s a battle between two very different governing theories… two very different Ideologies.
One is Collectivist in nature. It’s a number of ideas that sound nice when said aloud but have a very long, sad history of oppression, poverty, death, destruction and failure. It’s called Democratic Socialism. It’s Force. The entirety of the Democrat Party, and many in the Republican Party promote this ideology through their actions while denying it to your face. They work “around” the U.S. Constitution because it is anti-socialist by design. They call it a “living, breathing document” or “outdated”. Of course they do, it’s in the way.
The other theory is Enlightened and what this country was founded on. It’s Liberty and Freedom of the Individual to choose. It’s a Federal Government Limited by a Constitution. It’s Free-Market Capitalism that protects not just the Individual, but the Economic health of all of us… together. There are only a few politicians promoting this ideology but their numbers are increasing as the citizens begin to actively pay attention. With the Education of the population in regard to these two theories the voters find their way. Sadly, the contrast is no longer being taught in our Government School System and must be sought out. But you are seeking it out… to the dismay of the Left.
What should be understood is these two ideologies are mutually exclusive. Compromise has no place here. The fact that we have tried to compromise ( link to: Bipartisanshitt) over the last 110-years is exactly what has brought us to the fiscal cliff. We have strayed very far in deed from our original intent.
It’s time to admit it, double back, and find the right path before it’s too late.
We are very close to “too late”.
(Originally posted 090612)
Note from Obama’s second to last State of the Union:
(On the heels of President Obama’s final Speech to the U.N. this morning, 092016, and his plea to keep Socialist Administrators in charge of everything… combined with his factual observation that Capitalism has improved the lives of everyone world over only to later call it “Soulless”… I felt it necessary to put this up again. The idea that we all become closer in a world that becomes smaller is inarguable. But those Socialists that subscribe to Undisturbed Evolution being the brilliance of the Universe are the same people who cannot conceive of the same Social Evolution without their input and control, in other words their meddling and distortion while cementing permanent positions as Administrators. It’s genuinely amazing to hear such Arrogance and Narcissism spoken out loud. Frankly it’s the speech Obama should have given 8 years ago. It’s what he really believes. He’s Smarter than you… and you’re welcome. The Truth is Unfettered Capitalism does not require their self-anointed brilliance. It only requires all of us making decisions for ourselves in an ever shrinking world. They know this, and they see no place for themselves in such an Undisturbed Evolution. This morning’s speech is nothing more than a cry for relevance. A cry for Global Institutionalization of the Aristocracy and its inherent nepotism. It’s nothing more than the vapid Marxism that has attempted to salvage the elitist hold on power as the worlds Monarchies collapse. It’s old, it’s tired and it remains as dangerous as ever in it’s oppression, death and destruction. Global Socialism is a Poison… and we are being told to double the dose.)
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