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Why liberals don't want to call it class warfare

Updated on February 27, 2012
The new slogan for class warfare
The new slogan for class warfare

During the mid 1800's Karl Marx noted in his communist manifesto that classes eventually emerge out of capitalist societies.

As this division between classes grew Marx saw that criticizing the system would be an opportunistic platform to trigger war between those who were successful in society and those who were not. The motto that he coined was' "workers of the world unite"

For many decades Communists were under the assumption that eventually every major society would fall into a system of communism or socialism. To them it was a scientific fact. Unfortunately for them, when a war did come, the only place where this idea of communism took root in was Russia which was hardly an industrialized nation.

It was at that point after the first world war when the failure of this guaranteed prognostication of the most intelligent communist economists was realized, and they needed to attach Marxism to another system, a cultural system. And thus cultural Marxism was born.

The perpetrators of Cultural Marxism eventually set up shop in America at Columbia University where they applied critical theory to American culture in an attempt to demoralize our values in order to insert their own ideology which is opposite to what was previously taught.

Since then the trend of criticizing America for anything and everything that it has accomplished has been a topic of discussion in our institutions. So when your children come home from school as blazing liberals who hate America, it isn't hard to see where it all came from.

The biggest part of the indoctrination process is to convince our youth that the old people are senile bigots who cling to crazy outdated ideas that have unequivocally been debunked long ago, and the mistakes made in the past by previous generations of Marxists, communists, and socialists have all been learned and disposed of.

The goal now is to disassociate the previous ruthless dictators of socialist and communist countries with the "true" premises of communism and socialism. To the intellectuals who preach these ideologies it's simply not fair to compare them to Stalin, Castro, Kim Jong Ill, Mao, and Che Gueverra because those guys never really gave true communism a chance.

The truth which is stareing the rest of us in the face is that communism and socialism always end the same way, millions of people get murdered at the emergence of a ruthless dictator. So when the OWS movement emerged they came up with something a little more palatable than those nasty old commie slogans like "workers unite", and "class warfare", because that would be too obvious. It's better for them to just "eat the rich" because that couldn't possibly have anything to do with communism.

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    • Onusonus profile imageAUTHOR

      Onusonus 

      6 years ago from washington

      WBA, That reminds me of a John Dewey quote, "You can’t make Socialists out of individualists — children who know how to think for themselves spoil the harmony of the collective society which is coming, where everyone is interdependent.”

      Disgusting, that is a prime example of socialists driving their garbage straight to the kids.

    • Onusonus profile imageAUTHOR

      Onusonus 

      6 years ago from washington

      Will, the tragic part is that the few elitists who do all the planning couldn't possibly ammount to the knowledge that the average field expert has. Hence they don't really have a clue about the intricate details of all the fields as they think they do. Way too many people die that way.

    • wba108@yahoo.com profile image

      wba108@yahoo.com 

      6 years ago from upstate, NY

      Nice Hub, very well written!

      "For many decades Communists were under the assumption that eventually every major society would fall into a system of communism or socialism. To them it was a scientific fact."

      Its the assumption of many liberals now that its inevitable that countries must become be more socialist for thier very survival because socialism is the future. That unless thier is "a brotherhood of man" this planet will destroy itself.

    • WillStarr profile image

      WillStarr 

      6 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      In socialist societies, there are two classes...the dependents and the elitists. The proponents of socialism always see themselves as elitists, and never the poor dependents.

    • Onusonus profile imageAUTHOR

      Onusonus 

      6 years ago from washington

      American Romance, thanks for reading, I didn't think I was that young...

    • American Romance profile image

      American Romance 

      6 years ago from America

      hmmmmm interesting one of our youth actually gets it! voted up!

    • Onusonus profile imageAUTHOR

      Onusonus 

      6 years ago from washington

      Thank's a lot cous'! Say hi to the rest of the crew down south for me.

    • ether profile image

      ether 

      6 years ago

      you make good points. I haven't really read into Karl Marx, so you have given my something to do today. I always enjoy read yr writings.

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