The movement in the West, including the United States and Canada, toward Marxism was not some haphazard event, but it was planned and groomed. Those members of your family, your acquaintances, your neighbors, did not become communists on their own but they, like our children today, were indoctrinated. People who would call themselves progressives or democrats, are in fact a victim of that planning and grooming. They do not understand that they are and will deny it when you correctly inform them. This is because the indoctrination and propaganda of the Marxist or communist movement has been effective.
If we are to avoid and resist the enslavement and evil of Marxism and communism, it is essential that all understand what it is. Marxism is rooted in the belief of creating a classless society. A classless society would be a society where all people think the same or all totally conform to the Marxist ideology, and where all people would be equal in all ways, economically and socially. Because all would be the same, it is claimed by the Marxists that society would be in total harmony. The success of Marxism is based on the elimination of all borders, thus eliminating nations and nationalism. All allegiance would be to the One World Order who would be in control and receive all receipts and make all disbursements based on their definition of need and not contribution.
Read the Communist Manifesto and you’ll learn that the overarching aims of Marx and Engels can be boiled down to four points:
1. Destruction of Family
2. Destruction of Nation
3. Destruction of Religion
4. Destruction of Private Property
How Marxism in the West became a part of our culture was perhaps a direct result of the soldiers’ actions in the different nations during the First World War. The Marxist movement was certain that the soldiers of all nations would throw down their arms in support of Marxism and not fight for their respective nations. This proved to be incorrect, and the Marxist think tanks went to work to learn why.
The question of why Marxism failed in the West was largely answered by a lone Communist who was dying of tuberculosis and multiple organ failure in an Italian prison cell named Antonio Gramsci. Gramsci wrote over 3000 pages of philosophical and historical analysis (published today as the ‘Prison Notebooks’), developing the influential theory of ‘Cultural Hegemony.’ He reasoned that political hegemony is mostly enforced not through overt power, threats, and violence, but by an overarching societal ‘Superstructure’ that propagates culture and ideology.
In the West, the Superstructure consists of all of the social institutions that are responsible for controlling culture and “programming” the populace: education, church, arts, literature, theater, TV, radio, news media, corporations, etc. Thus, Gramsci concluded that attaining cultural hegemony should be achieved before attempting to attain political hegemony.
Rather than trying to overthrow the state or system outright, Gramsci advocated for slow and steady colonization of all of the institutions of the Superstructure in unison (which would include infiltrating the government, but primarily to shape culture). Through Gramsci’s strategy, an entire population could be covertly converted to Marxist thought against their will via social osmosis, which is exactly what has happened and is happening in the West.
Everyone of the institutions referred to by Gramsci, are propagators of the Marxist movement in the United States, Canada, and other Western nations. Lenin, in addition to gaining inroads in these institutions through the efforts of the Communist International, also had as one of its primary goals to gain control of a political party in the United States. The Communist movement today controls the Democrat Party in the United States and the Liberal Party in Canada.
How do we restore Freedom to our nation. We must restore all that the Communist movement is destroying, family, nation, religion, and private property. We must remove all indoctrination and propaganda, now a part of education, church, arts, literature, theater, TV, radio, news media, corporations, etc.
The way we do this is to learn once again the principles upon which our nation was founded; that is that all rights and liberties come from God and not government, that we are a Constitutional Republic and not a Democracy, and that limited government is always best. We must understand what this evil movement of Marxism is. We must then do exactly what Samuel Adams told us to do and that is to always be about “Setting Brushfires of Freedom”.
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