Nationalism vs. Socialism

I believe we have an ultimate grudge-match framed in the coming election. It boils down to terms more than narrative. The lefts’ narratives are amusing but the terms are deadly.

The terms are simple. Nationalism vs, Socialism. What could be a greater feud than that?

While some people may assert that you can have nationalism with socialism, it is a distorted illusion. Their kind of socialism will have no part in nationalism. It is their enemy. After all, nationalism is what they rail against and what drives the left.

Except when Obama was president, then they had a faux nationalism. It was really socialism disguised as fake nationalism. But it was as phony as a three dollar bill. They only used it to sell their socialism. Because at least then socialism was not out of the closet. They had to pretend socialism was not what they wanted. They created a sense of nationalism.

Now, any pretense is long gone about not wanting socialism. It is all the rage, socialists are kool. Bernie just ushered in the left’s real passion, Democrats want socialism. And when do they want it? Now. Bernie is the Pied Piper of Socialism.

To a person, every one of the Democrat candidates did follow him. They all compete for who can be a pure socialist. They realize there is no better way to buy votes than promising free stuff. And no better way to bring down America than giving free stuff to everyone, even illegals. It breaks your will and breaks the government’s budget.

The Left has apparently decided something else they now like almost as much. Executive power and executive orders. That is what it will take to enact most of their pipe dreams.

You know the rule of the left: never let democracy get in the way of socialism schemes. If people don’t like it, then find a way around them. If it can’t pass in law, then find a way using fiat law. Or find a judge to enact exactly what you want. Create such a struggle between branches or the people that they cannot say no. Make it seem inevitable.

But nationalism, there really is nothing conspiratorial about that. And you cannot fool the people about what is real nationalism. They know the difference.

By the way, Happy Fourth of July!

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2018 Doctrine of Cultural and Civil Order

…that is, as defined by the left. And they wonder why so many people have problems with this paradigm of perversion propelled across the land by ‘liberaldoom’.

 

Dislike is being criminalized across America as hate; while genuine hatred is encouraged and rewarded for political gain as “tolerance.” Protecting the murder of babies becomes sacred doctrine as ‘law of the land.” One person’s objection removes or abolishes the free speech of masses, as the “social media.” Yet that is just par for their course.

Isaiah 5:20 “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!” 21Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes and clever in their own sight.” …”23who acquit the guilty for a bribe, and deprive the innocent of justice.”

Social Justice is miscarriage of justice and lawless behavior. Sexual desire of one supersedes any privacy and protections of everyone else under social justice.

Sedition is the highest, respectable form of patriotism. Criminality is rewarded and encouraged; abiding by and respect for the rule of law is hated.

Fair means by any means necessary, to the left. Protecting democracy now means destroying the Constitution. Sanctuary means special rights and privileges for some. Equality means picking winners and losers. “Antifa” is just a license for fascists. Fair means fomenting bias. Racist and racism is anyone who disagrees with the fascist left.

One person’s choice to use any bathroom outweighs everyone else’s privacy and choice in using that bathroom. You will be punished, if not charged, for objecting.

Choice is ratified as no choice for others. Murder is justified as the sacred choice and every official must swear on the altar to preserve it.

Mob rule under ‘pitchfork democracy’ is speaking truth to power. Resistance is conformity. Resisting democracy is saving democracy. Serving the public means being served by the public. Counting votes is cancelling votes or not accepting the vote count.

Investigation or impeachment is a diversion from corruption and treason that shall be honorably protected. Heroes of deceit shall be promoted to the highest level.

Transparency is keeping information from the public, whatever it takes. Only corrupted officials with conflicts of interest have integrity and cannot ever be charged — all others need to be recused from supervisory roles. A coup is now “preserving democracy”.

Dear God, save us from this ‘liberaldoom.’

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A year later, Mid-East looks no better

What a difference a year makes, or not. Last year around August 15th we were watching churches across Egypt being burned. We saw the persecution not only from terrorist groups but from the whole Muslim Brotherhood network.

Flash forward a year. Almost the entire Christian population was ousted in Iraq, killed in genocidal persecution, or uprooted and driven from their homes and communities. Much the same in Syria. So yea, a year later and it has gotten worse for Christians. In two days alone, last year, over fifty Christian locations were attacked or burned supposedly under the banner of democracy.

Ah yes, remember that canard about the Arab Spring wanting to usher in Democracy? As the smoke cleared, literally, what was clear was that they were bringing in the Muslim Brotherhood, not for the purpose of Democracy. Yet it was the administration, along with Clapper and Brennan, who were cheerleaders for the movement. Then, they mocked those who saw it otherwise — as the rise of another authoritarian regime.

Remember that “Democracy”? They could have done without our support and cheerleading. Social networks were abuzz about the significance. They wanted it to be so. But at the same time they could not support a real uprising in Iran where it mattered.

But what it actually would prove is something else more dire and truthful. The dictators like Mubarak and Assad were correct all along when warning that their regime was all that stood between them and the radicals and terrorism. Take your pick from a basket of evils. That their power was all that stood in the way of ruthless Islam, in all its tentacles, and terrorism. We refused to accept that from Egypt to Libya.

What it really proved?

That the people there can’t handle it, or are not willing to strive for it. And probably didn’t even want it. The dictocrats were right, and it was not merely a ruse to keep them in power. They understood it. Of course they had their self-serving motives too, but the reality was clear and they had a point. They knew better than us.

The Arab, Islamic world is not ready for that and cannot handle it. No sooner was power overthrown, than a new Islamic evil stepped in to fill the void. (almost as if planned) We had been told for years what would replace their dictatorships. But we went into starry-eyed denial at those possibilities. We didn’t understand. Then we underestimated the organizational abilities of the Islamic network.

Iraq was under a dictatorship for years. They did not know or remember anything else. Liberals saw no problem with that structure. They criticized the very idea of throwing out Saddam. Better the evil you know. They were not willing to even give it a chance. They still to this day rail against it.

However, they saw the Arab spring just the opposite as something we should support unconditionally. They demonized those dictators, postulating they deserved to be ousted on their keisters. They had said “so what?” about Sadaam. This even with the Libyan adventure fresh in the rear view mirror. Despite all the signs, we believed just like Obama’s campaign slogan. And not only was it not meant to be, but it was meant to be something else entirely.

We were warned. It was the insurance policy of ruthless dictators that removing them would set about terrible things. They were right. After all, in the rosy-eyed Democratists’ eyes, the Arab Spring was the cure – not the disease. Now we see the truth, as inconvenient as it is. Mid East Arabs are not ready for prime-time Democracy. Maybe it is an acquired taste , and maybe it is something you have to work for rather than something that just happens in the absence of centralized power. Lesson learned. But not all of us do accept the truth in the lesson. Ideologues will not be moved.

Sure, Egypt has shaken off the bug and gone into remission. But nothing can undo the events of the last year. What a lesson it should have been for the western world. And the Arab Spring equaled Christian catastrophe. You cannot impose democracy, then hope for the best. It must come from within, from ideas to concept. Some will say it was working just fine, even in Egypt, even as the churches burned. I just know there is a metaphor somewhere between the events and those burning churches — when churches burn it can’t be good.

Then again, we could have learned much the same lesson with Yasser Arafat. It has gotten even worse since. It is the terrorism state. The only issue is how much credibility and influence the world bestows on it — and it on the world.

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Democracy turns its wrath on …

Here in this country Leftists, along with the allied minions in the Occupy Movement, have developed cutesy slogans and chants to fill the air about “democracy”. We’ve all heard them as they’ve spread across the airwaves. One is the rhythmic chant “this is what Democracy looks like”. They also have bumper sticker slogans all, directly or indirectly, aimed sooner or later at our electoral process.

Most notable is the:

“Tell Me What Democracy Looks Like! This is What Democracy Looks Like!”

In keeping with their fellow Leftist legislators and agitators, they keep it alive and relevant – if not by the movement’s activities then by the sound bites that echo even in the halls of the Capitol and in left-centered media. But aside from that, and all their talking points, below is an article how their democracy-seeking counterparts in the Mid East play their hand in the same game. But ignore the consequences of both at your own peril.

How its done Mid East style

Muslim Brotherhood ‘Democracy’: Slapping, Stabbing, and Slaying for Sharia

by Raymond Ibrahim
Special to IPT News
July 9, 2012

Prior to the presidential elections, it was revealed how Egypt’s Islamists viewed democratic elections as an obligatory form of “holy war.” Then, any number of Islamic clerics, including influential ones, declared that it was mandatory for Muslims to cheat during elections—if so doing would help Islamist candidates win; that the elections were a form of jihad, and those who die are “martyrs” who will attain the highest levels of paradise. Top Islamic institutions and influential clerics, such as Yusuf al-Qaradawi, issued fatwas decreeing that all Muslims were “obligated” to go and vote for those candidates most likely to implement Sharia law, with threats of hellfire for those failing to do so.

The point was simple: democracy, elections, voting, even the individual candidates, were all means to an end—the establishment of Sharia law. Cheat, fight, and kill during elections, as long as doing so enables Sharia; vote only for whoever will enable Sharia; avoid hell by enabling Sharia. (It is precisely for this reason that the very first demand made by Islamic leaders is that President Morsi implement the totality of Sharia law in Egypt. That is, after all, why so many voted for him.)
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Read article at:

http://www.investigativeproject.org/3665/muslim-brotherhood-democracy-slapping-stabbing

Consider the anecdotes in the article and remember leftists’ chants here: “This is what democracy looks like”. – Mic check! The ends justify the means.