We have seen the growth of Marxism in the United States and the rest of the world. Marxism is a form of collectivism, as is communism, socialism, and progressive beliefs. The domination of a few over the many is being proclaimed by the World Economic Forum, the United Nations, and of course the openly communist groups around the world like the CCP and the Democrat Party. Collectivism is a belief that the value of an individual is not in the accomplishments of the individual but in the willingness of the individual to surrender any desire of success or accomplishment to be a willing and conforming accomplice to the demands of the community for what is called “the greater good.” In a collectivist society private property is recognized as the destructive force of society. A collectivist will say that private property is the cause of one person oppressing another for personal gain. No member of the masses should strive to have more or to think differently from what the community dictates is “the greater good.”
The movement toward a collectivist society has never originated in the homes and workplaces of the people but it begins in academic circles and with the wealthy. It begins with the “elites.” Elites would be those people having a postgraduate degree, a household income in the upper 10%, and living in cities as opposed to rural areas. Such people account for about 1 percent of the American society and perhaps even less worldwide.
These “elites” hold deeply authoritarian opinions widely divorced from the rest of the people including the American electorate. A recent survey found nearly 60 percent of American “elites” think there is too much individual freedom in America. Meanwhile, nearly 60 percent of registered voters have the exact opposite opinion, reporting the United States has too much top-down control, limiting liberty.
Lenin accurately described this attitude of the “elite” when he stated, “Liberty is so precious that it must be rationed.” This is the essence of collectivism, Marxism, communism, socialism, progressives, Democrats, the CCP, the World Economic Forum, the United Nations, and all others professing the collectivist belief. It is their attitude that people should be able to speak freely so long as they conform to the dictates of the collectivist, all should be able to worship freely so long as the state is their god, all should be able to assemble freely so long as their assembly is for the advancement of collectivism, all should be free to strive for self-fulfillment so long as it places the greater good above the individual, or all should be free so long as they conform to the demands of the collectivist.
The collectivist in the United States and throughout the world is being threatened today. We have seen rejections of collectivism in European nations like Italy, Hungary, and now in France and Germany. Collectivism was roundly defeated in Argentina and Taiwan. Donald Trump is threatening the “elites” professing collectivism in the United States which would have a profound global effect.
This is why Trump and the MAGA movement are despised not only by the American “elites” but also the world “elites.” If Trump and the MAGA movement are successful, and to be successful they will have to defeat a worldwide movement determined to defeat him in any manner including stealing the 2024 election like they stole the 2020 election, it will be a major setback for the Obama’s of the world. The stronghold of the collectivist movement in the United States, the deep state, will be severely threatened. The restoration of liberty as opposed to the rationing of liberty, the restoration of private property or capitalism, placing individual liberty as opposed to conforming to the greater good theory, are all areas feared by the collectivist.
The United States, and the world, are at a crossroads. Will we return to individual liberty where the “elites” lose control, or will we continue down the path of liberty being rationed. What you do in the next nine months is critical.
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