Communism - Socialism
European revolutionaries infiltrate Europe and America with the Communist /Socialist doctrines
Video, 'To the Victor Go The Myths and Monuments' by Arthur Thompson
The League of Outlaws was an international revolutionary fellowship organization of German emigrant artisans from 1834–1838, from which the Christian communist League of the Just or League of Justice branched off in 1836. In 1847, the League of Justice reorganized into the Communist League.
Following are the original ten planks within the Communist Manifesto written by Karl Marx in 1848, followed by a discussion of how America has adopted each of the planks.
Abolition of private property and the application of all rent to public purpose.
A heavy progressive or graduated income tax.
Abolition of all rights of inheritance.
Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels.
Centralization of credit in the hands of the state, by means of a national bank with state capital and an exclusive monopoly.
Centralization of the means of communication and transportation in the hands of the State.
Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the State, the bringing into cultivation of waste lands, and the improvement of the soil generally in accordance with a common plan.
Equal liability of all to labor. Establishment of Industrial armies, especially for agriculture.
Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries; gradual abolition of the distinction between town and country by a more equable distribution of the population over the country.
Free education for all children in government schools. Abolition of children’s factory labor in its present form. Combination of education with industrial production.
PDF, 'The Historical Background of the Communist Manifesto' by George R. Boyer, Cornell University
Banking and political support for Communism. Audio, Non Dare Call It Conspiracy' by Gary Allen
Fabian Socialism, a type of socialism founded in 1884 in London. It sought use of the democratic framework to achieve gradual conversion to socialism. This approach originated from the movement for utopian socialism....Important Fabians includes George Bernard Shaw, Beatrice and Sidney Webb, Annie Besant, and Bertrand Russell. The Fabians were influential in forming the ideas of the British Labour Party. They advocated the ideal of a scientifically planned society and supported the eugenics by way of sterilization.
Audio, 'Fabian Socialists and You' (1973), by Gary Allen
Russian Communism (Bolshevism), and National Socialism (Nazism)
Similarities: Video 'The Soviet Story' by Edvis Snore (2008)
Creeping Socialism is a term that describes society's slow and gradual shift toward Socialism. It was first used by Friedrich Hayek in his 1944 book The Road to Serfdom. This concept is closely related to Fabian Socialism, which seeks to use existing democratic institutions and processes to gradually advance socialism.
Creeping socialism is often illustrated by a quote commonly attributed to socialist activist Norman Thomas, though it is unclear if he actually made the quote. He said that "the American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But, under the name of 'liberalism,' they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation without knowing how it happened ... The Democratic Party has adopted our (Socialist) platform."
Policies such as welfare state laws, gun control measures, and the War on Sovereignty are examples of creeping socialism in action, as these measures typically are slowly implemented and expanded, rather than all at once.
Present day Socialist coercion
ENEMIES WITHIN : THE CHURCH - Trevor Louden
PREPARING THE PARROTS: A Training College Graduate on the Cultural Corruption of Teachers. John Ansell, 2014
Socialist Dominated Media