Is Communism Dead? 2

By Libertarian Heathen

In the most laughable Nick Sarwark gaffe to date, the Commissar of the National Libertarian Party was interviewed recently and said:

“The association of libertarianism with the right is an artifact of the political climate of the Cold War, when communism was seen as a common enemy of both libertarians and conservatives. With the collapse of communism as a political force and the decline of conservatism within the Republican party, the right is no longer a natural ally, if indeed it ever was.”

Communism is not a relic of the Cold War. Communism has made a very successfullong march through the institutions“, and at this point in history we have crossed the tipping point, where more than half the population takes more from the government than they contribute. We just socialized our medical system, in another major coup for the goals set 100 years ago, when the Bolsheviks took power in Russia, and every year since, a million people have died under red flags. Communism is not only the common enemy of libertarians and conservatives, it is the enemy of all mankind, even the planet itself, as environmental destruction inevitably follows the cultural destruction that is the opening act of any nation falling under the siren song of “equality”, sung by the useful idiots, the foot soldiers of the revolution. Our only solace is they are usually the first ones to be killed when the proletariat has his day, which really means a different oligarch with a mind vastly more hateful and murderous than the capitalist they replace.

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2 comments

  1. “We just socialized our medical system, in another major coup for the goals set 100 years ago, when the Bolsheviks took power in Russia”

    The US began socializing its medical system in the late 19th century, decades BEFORE the Bolsheviks took power in Russia.

    As is invariably the case, when Ramsey takes on Sarwark, Ramsey ends up making himself look like an idiot. Which is sad, since I know him to not always be one.

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