What have we learned? That politics over country is status quo, and party politics is all there is for the Left. It has been this way for some time.
When people have no priority to their country, party is everything. The sedition movement consumes everything. Where was resistance when we really needed it?
I think we learned this thing engulfing the left, this sedition, is very seductive. It draws people into its vortex and keeps churning them into anti-American parasites.
The latest example was Michael Cohen. It’s hard to believe he was an attorney and Trump’s attorney. Of course they must use sedition to atack and destroy the grassroots trying to save and preserve the country. They claim to be trying to save democracy while destroying it. Party before country or anything else. Now it is party loyalty to take down a sitting president, everything else be damned. Nothing but politics matters.
And that politics is a radical leftist ideology, fomenting a coup and revolution in one.
Another seductive force of the Left is socialism. It operates the same way as sedition, consuming people like a wild fire. But many of us see it as communism on the rise. Their objective is to imitate the ’68 French model commonly known as a rise from below (or rise from under), sought for years. The left combined it with sedition to drive the model.
The design of which is to create an appearance of common folks rising up, in a revolution style, to demand and push the socialism they desire. A grassroots appearance is their goal and means. (Anarcho-commies, Marxists, socialists, Leftists) Bernie gave them the vehicle. Now they have this movement with its perceived momentum. That is nirvana to Leftists.
It is a revolution and coup by other means. Bringing us right up to Bernie’s call for economic and political transformation — sans the term revolution.
What we have generally with the progressive Left is what we have in Bernie Sanders: one whose loyalty is only to political ideology. A dangerous condition.
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