That the United States is on the “Road to Tyranny” has been and is being reinforced consistently and constantly by the modern Democrat (Marxist/Progressive) Party. For many years the Comrades who called themselves Democrats couched their Marxist beliefs with qualifiers and outright lies as is the common practice of the collectivist (Marxist, communist, socialist, progressive, Democrat – all virtually the same).
Comrade Obama, who was schooled in the glories of Communism by many but was given his strong communistic base by his grandfather and Frank Marshal Davis, told the American public that he was a capitalist while he was espousing the glories of the socialistic element of communism. He told Joe the Plumber that it was his duty to work hard so he could share his wealth. He told the American entrepreneur that they did not build their business, but it was society that built their business. He told the world that The United States was an evil imperialist nation and that we owed our wealth and success to the rest of the world because our success was built upon our imperialist past.
FDR called for steeply progressive income tax per the dictates of Marx when he proposed a top income tax rate of 100% and said it was fair and just. We now have members of congress who represent the collectivist movement who are calling for a higher tax rate and more money taken from the evil “rich” so they can give to the oppressed peoples of the country and the world.
Comrade Bernie Schultz, while promoting his socialistic agenda, added the adjective Democratic to Socialism for the purpose of deceiving a public into believing that by modifying socialism it will lessen the inevitable results of socialism which are always social decay and financial collapse. Many of Schultz’s protégés are calling for the enhancement of the Marxist agenda by calling for higher and higher taxes and more and more control over the American public as they tout the “glories” of socialism.
Remember, it was Lenin who told us that socialism is the gateway to communism.
We develop new principles for the world out of the world’s own principles. We do not say to the world: Cease your struggles, they are foolish; we will give you the true slogan of struggle. We merely show the world what it is really fighting for, and consciousness is something that it has to acquire, even if it does not want to.
Marx, Letter from the Deutsch-Französische Jahrbücher to Ruge (1843)
Now we have another collectivist, Bob O’Rourke, who is openly promoting another element Marx told his disciples was essential as they traverse the road of “Hope and Change” to their glorious end that is communism as O'Rourke openly wondered in an interview whether the U.S. can "still be managed by the same principles that were set down 230-plus years ago" in the Constitution.
O’Rourke was wondering if new principles should be developed. O’Rourke, and his Comrades hold in disdain the principles upon which the United States was founded, not because they are old, but because they are in direct contrast to the principles of the collectivist (Marxist, communist, socialist, progressive, Democrat – all virtually the same.)
The United State was founded on the principle of individualism and not collectivism. (to understand this difference, get and read “The Road to Tyranny, Individualism to Collectivism” by Don Jans. The book is available on Amazon and on the website www.mygrandchildrensamerica.com
O’Rourke and his fellow Comrades admonish the other basic principles of our founding as well. The founders told us that our Creator gave the individual certain natural rights such as life, liberty, and property and that the role of government was to protect these rights. The O’Rourke clan believes all rights are given by government and therefore government has the right to control these rights including the right to eliminate these rights.
Our nation was founded on the principles of rule of law, limited government, divided government, and sovereignty oF the people. The collectivist believes in arbitrary law, big dictatorial government, consolidated power, and that the role of the people is to be servants, serfs, and slaves to “The Dictatorship of the Proletariat.”
Yes, O’Rourke and his comrades wish to have the United States and the whole world adopt new principles. They want the principles of collectivism (Marxism, communism, socialism, progressive, Democrat – all virtually the same) to be adopted and replace the principles upon which our nation was founded. They want the United States to follow the road of Hope and Change to what they consider to be the land of total harmony where all conform to the same ideals that is the land Marx called a classless society.