August 11, 2020

What is Communism and Why Aren’t We Teaching Against It?

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“Let the communistic attitude of central control (for the greater common good) get started with something that seems, or starts off, reasonable such as child safety on the farm, clean air, phony water scarcity, animal cruelty, endangered prairie chicken or you-name-it then we become infected with the virus of Communism that interferes with unfettered private control of property. In so many words, Marx called it the wresting away of the control of property by degrees. The one-way train trip to the concentration camps seems too remote right now to get people excited, but Hitler proved that the power to force people to do good is the same power to force people to do bad.” – Anonymous

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