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COVID-19: The Rise of Scientific Socialism and American Tyranny

Socialism is the wolf that dressed in sheep’s skin clothing. Warning of the horrors of socialism and gun control, WWII survivor Kitty Werthmann wisely recounted back to her Californian audience the adoption of the Hitlers National Socialist German Workers Party by the Austrian people by 98% of the popular vote. Cautioning against the implementation of National ID cards, nationalization and universal basic income, wealth redistribution, socialist indoctrination under the guise of public education and universal healthcare, Kitty Werthmann delivered one of the most powerful testaments against the pervasive evils of socialism that any true student of history will appreciate.

“For many years the words “socialism” and “Marxism” have been practically synonyms,” writes author John Spargo in his July, 1910 article titled, “The Influence of Karl Marx on Contemporary Socialism.” Despite the best efforts of modern academics to convolute and sugar coat perhaps one of the greatest evils to ever plague mankind, by conservative estimates alone communism is responsible for the deaths of a 100-million people worldwide. And with the arrival of the communist Chinese coronavirus to the shores of the United States, medical martial law has suspended the constitutional rights of millions of Americans under the color of medical necessity.

“It wasn’t really about the stay-at-home order it all, it was essentially a political rally,” explained Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer in an April 15, 2020 Fox News YouTube video titled, “Michigan governor dismisses massive protest as ‘political stunt’.” According to Whitmer, “A political statement that flies in the face of the science, all the best practices and the stay-at-home order that was issued."

Whitmer, who recently banned visits between friends and relatives, is implementing tyrannical authoritarian measures on Michigan residents based on wildly inaccurate data which are not only antithetical to the United States Constitution, but perhaps more worrisomely harken back to the scientific socialist dogma championed by Karl Marx nearly two centuries ago, where any number of totalitarian measures are being justified under the bastardization of science and medical necessity.

Illustrating exactly how totalitarian decrees are justified under the color of medical necessity, an April 9, 2020 FoxNews.com article titled, “Minnesota doctor blasts ‘ridiculous’ CDC coronavirus death count guidelines,” explained how, “Dr. Scott Jensen, a Minnesota family physician who is also a Republican state senator, told "The Ingraham Angle" Wednesday that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) guidelines for doctors to certify whether a patient has died of coronavirus are "ridiculous" and could be misleading the public.”

According to Dr. Jensen, “’The idea that we are going to allow people to massage and sort of game the numbers is a real issue because we are going to undermine the [public] trust,’ he said. ‘And right now, as we see politicians doing things that aren’t necessarily motivated on fact and science, their trust in politicians is already wearing thin.’"

And with both sides of the political spectrum hinging their arguments on the validity of scientific socialist measures underpinning science as their god, the tenants of the Bill of Rights and United States Constitution are increasingly taking a back seat to Marxian theory. The object being to successfully dethrone the Rights endowed to us by our creator in route to destroying America, capitalism and thus, our way of life.

“Karl Marx was a German political philosopher and revolutionist who, with Friedrich Engels, cofounded scientific socialism (modern communism), and, became one of the most influential thinkers of all time,” explains a PBS.org profile of The Communist Manifesto co-author. In describing exactly how dangerous Marxism has proved to be throughout history, the profile went on to describe that, “In 1848 revolutions occurred in France and Germany, and the Belgian government, fearful that the revolutionary tide would engulf Belgium, banished Marx.”

According to the report, “In 1849 Marx was arrested and tried in Cologne on a charge of incitement to armed insurrection; he was acquitted but was expelled from Germany, and the Neue Rheinische Zeitung was suppressed. Later in the same year he was again banished from France; he spent the remainder of his life in London, [where he] devoted himself to study and writing and to efforts to build an international communist movement.”

The PBS profile, itself a highlight from the 2001 Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia, went on to state that, “These doctrines, revised by most socialists after his death, were revived in the 20th century by Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, who developed and applied them. They became the core of the theory and practice of Bolshevism and the Third International.”

Also known as the “Communist International” or “Comintern” for short, the Third Internationals history according to Britannica is characterized as having started in 1915 where, “Lenin proposed the creation of a new International to promote ‘civil war, not civil peace’ through propaganda directed at soldiers and workers. Two years later Lenin led the Bolshevik seizure of power in Russia, and in 1919 he called the first congress of the Comintern.” This period of history, encompassing the 1917 Bolshevik revolution, earmarks the very nature of Marxism itself, where the seeds of division within a populous are sown that ultimately culminates in the distress of nations, immense suffering and death.

Interestingly, the history of the Third International indicates that it emerged after a three-way split within the socialist ranks. According to the online Britannica source, “A majority of socialist parties, comprising the International’s “right” wing, chose to support the war efforts of their respective national governments against enemies that they saw as far more hostile to socialist aims. The “centre” faction of the International decried the nationalism of the right and sought the reunification of the Second International under the banner of world peace. The “left” group, led by Vladimir Lenin, rejected both nationalism and pacifism, urging instead a socialist drive to transform the war of nations into a transnational class war.”

With eerily similar connotations to the modern political landscape in the United States, where there are literally millions of Americans who have been indoctrinated into viewing reality through the Marxist world view lens of the oppressor and oppressed; there is pause for consideration and concern on what is actually taking place within Americas political sphere.

Like Pavlov’s dogs, these Americans are psychologically conditioned to operate and view the world through the bourgeoisie and proletariat paradigm, where vast swaths of the population are unwittingly living and espousing a Marxist way of life largely through their exposure to the public education system, itself one of Marx’s 10-planks of communism and a testament to his influence in the continental United States.

“If you read Hitlers book, if you read Mein Kampf, you find that he was very heavily influenced by Marx,” explained conservative commentator Ben Shapiro in a speech hosted at Penn State University. “And the split between the National Socialists and the communists was a split over power not over fundamental principle,” the acclaimed conservative activist noted.

Shapiro would go on to touch on the economic models traditionally attached to the fascists systems of governance shared by both Hitler and Stalin, citing the seizure private property and redistribution of wealth, before going on to explain that, “There is a high correlation between the left today, and the fascists left of today and the fascist left of yesteryear.”

According to Shapiro, “I don’t draw a mass distinction really, ideologically, between the Nazis and communists because they both have the same source (Socialism). Its just that the Nazis tended towards nationalism and the Communists towards internationalism.”

And with hot button topics on the front pages in the United States such as open borders and white nationalism, it is clear that that that those who do not learn from the mistakes of the past are doomed to repeat them in the future as startling parallels from the past resurface in modern times.

With the Third International emerging after a three way split, today we see the contemporary representation of such play out in the United States in the form of the Democratic Socialist and Republican parties, both of whom count on their steadfast supporters while campaigning to bring the undecided centrist swing voters to their side of the ballot casting aisle. The uncanny parallels of the history of the Third Reich and the modern Marxist insurgency occurring within the United States increasingly harder to deny when brought into proper context and light.

Marxism isn’t just a political or economic system, it’s a way of life. With the implementation of near nationwide shelter in place orders in the United States and religious services prohibited or significantly curtailed, the constitutional rights and civil liberties enjoyed by countless generations of Americans are under attack by an authoritarian based system of scientific socialism that massages the data and games the system. As draconian measures continue to be instituted upon the American people, the walls will only continue to close in until the people reclaim their constitutional republic by removing the wool from their collective eyes and unmasking the socialist wolf who wears sheep’s skin clothing.