In Venezuela, the masses are trying to unseat the dictatorial Marxist regime of Maduro. Opponents of the Venezuelan government have been conducting massive protests, pledging to sustain peaceful pressure on leftist President Nicolás Maduro to restore democracy in the crisis-ridden country.
Marxist security teams have been out in force nationwide. The number of people killed in almost three weeks of escalating protests stands at eight. In recent protests, security forces have fired rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons. In addition, Maduro has made it a practice to jail the leaders of those who would oppose him.
The Cuban government continues to repress dissent and punish public criticism. It now relies less than in past years on long-term prison sentences to punish its critics, but short-term arbitrary arrests of human rights defenders, independent journalists, and others have increased dramatically in recent years. Other repressive tactics employed by the government include beatings, public shaming, and termination of employment.
The political oppression in The Soviet Union and Nazi Germany is legendary. Throughout the history of the Soviet Union tens of millions of people became victims of political repression, which was an instrument of the state since the takeover by the Bolshevik’s. Culminating during the Stalin era, it still existed during the "Khrushchev Thaw", followed by increased persecution of Soviet dissidents during the Brezhnev stagnation, and didn't cease to exist during Mikhail Gorbachev's perestroika. Its heritage still influences the life of modern Russia and other former Soviet states.
Nazi Germany maintained concentration camps throughout the territories it controlled before and during the Second World War. The first Nazi camps were erected in Germany in March 1933 immediately after Hitler became Chancellor and his Nazi Party was given control of the police by Reich Interior Minister Wilhelm Frick and Prussian Acting Interior Minister Hermann Göring. Used to hold and torture political opponents and union organizers, the camps initially held around 45,000 prisoners with this number increasing rapidly.
The Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) party in California has ruled California for many years, doing whatever they wished. Today in California, people who oppose the Collectivist doctrine of the ruling party are prohibited from publicly voicing their opposition on college campuses and other public places as well. In addition, the Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) party now has demonstrated that it will sue individuals who openly oppose them politically and try to unseat Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) legislators.
Recently the activists of the Marxist/Progressives (Democrats) prevented Ann Coulter from exercising her constitutionally protected right of free speech. Those rioting to prevent Coulter from speaking not only dictatorially prevented her from exercising her rights, but they also damaged public and private property while causing bodily harm to others. Their performance was reminiscent of the perverse actions of those Collectivists who came before them; the Nazi’s in Germany and the Communists in The Soviet Union, Cuba, and Venezuela. Not one Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) political leader, including Jerry Brown denounced the thuggish actions of his supporters, but instead advocated the protection for these tyrannical actions of those Collectivists who came before in the name of “protesting.”
As dangerous as the above actions are to our freedom, even more alarming is the recent actions taken by the Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) Central Committee. Three members of the Cal State Fullerton College Republicans have been named in a lawsuit backed by the California Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) Party in retaliation for their work to recall State Senator Josh Newman, who was the pivotal vote in support of April’s $52 billion gas tax increase.
The Marxist/Progressives’ (Democrats) lawsuit alleges that the College Republicans and other conservative activists “misled” voters in their successful signature gathering effort to recall Senator Newman. The suit names Amanda McGuire, Brooke Paz, and Ryan Hoskins as defendants in the suit, for volunteering their weekends to talk to constituents about the cost of Newman’s vote to the district’s taxpayers.
One party rule always ends in tyranny and dictatorial control. The Collectivist mentality always strives for one party control. The Collectivist mentality despises the rights of the individual to exercise free and independent thought. The Collectivist is incapable of debate because the Collectivist is incapable of understanding that individuals have different ideas. The two biggest enemies of the Collectivists are the United States Constitution, because it protects the rights of the individual, and the Bible, because the Bible defines right and wrong, and good and evil. God does not equivocate his principles based on popular opinion, political correctness, or human secularism. The Marxist/Progressives (Democrats) of California have abandoned the principles of the United States Constitution, and the teachings of the Bible for the doctrine enunciated by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.