And Many of Us Have Understood This For Decades Now


Justin Smith shared a post on Facebook Group Social Media Jail Conversations for Conservatives & Counterjihadists (of which Fascistbook has suspended me from posting without reason until 11/20/19) and undoubtedly other Facebook locations on November 12. The post is about Communism overshadowing America in a transformation process. A Marxification (probably a word you won’t find in the dictionary) of American culture and values.

 

Which brings me to a thought about a question my grandson asked me on a Social Studies question (6th Grade) from Public School managed Homeschooling. From memory he asked what kind of government directs a nation’s economy from top-to-bottom government? I answered, “Communism or Socialism.” The answer according to the curriculum: A Command Economy. I thought to myself, “How early does Communist-acceptance brainwashing begin in school?”

 

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And Many of Us Have Understood This For Decades Now.

 

Posted by Justin O. Smith

November 12, 2019 at 3:57 PM

Posted at Social Media Jail Conversations for Conservatives & Counterjihadists

 

Unfortunate, sad and true …. Just as the Good Professor was taking notes and making his valid assertions, so too were many of Us. I have spoken of this sad state of affairs and the growing “love affair” so many in America have with Marx and communism for decades now. Perhaps many of You too have been cognizant of the fact that a hard element of communism was infiltrating education and other institutions.

 

With 60 to 70 percent of the voters in the Millennial generation — between ages 18 and 32 — now accepting socialism and communism as acceptable alternatives to capitalism, this nation is in for a hard journey ahead and some extremely dangerous and violent times, I do believe. We must speak out loudly, often and all across the land at the real danger this poses to freedom and liberty and properly explain the reasons and the dynamics that make capitalism married to the ideas of freedom and equality under the rule of law and a republic the best system to come along in the history of mankind, providing the greatest prosperity to the most people, whereby they were able to achieve the greatest level of liberty seen in the history of mankind.

 

I hope and pray daily for the better sense and the better angels of America to take hold soon and move the country on the whole away from the current madness that has seemed to taken it in an iron grip. If Americans do not soon return to a sensible, pragmatic and righteous path for their own good and the good of the nation, I fear we may actually live to witness the end of this republic, as it has stood for over 200 years.

 

May the Good Lord Not Allow Such a Miserable Fate to Befall Our Beloved America. ___ Amen-Amen-Amen

 

~ Justin O Smith

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[Justin posts but I am cross posting from original webpage]

 

Opinion: The commies aren’t coming — they’re already here

 

By Peter Heck

November 12, 2019, 1:46 pm

Disrn.com

 

Commie Flag

 

When news first broke about Andrei Serban, the Romanian-born Columbia University professor that resigned from his job at the prestigious school due to his conviction that they were slouching towards the very communistic thought-policing that had caused him to flee his home country, my mind immediately went back to Dr. Ivan Pongracic.

 

Dr. Pongracic was my economics professor during my undergraduate years at Indiana Wesleyan University. While Dr. Pongracic was a fabulous teacher, entertaining and engaging, I admit I was very uncomfortable in his classroom. Not because he picked on anyone, was overly demanding, or held confusing expectations. I became troubled because of the repeated parallels he was able to draw between the communism he too had fled as a young adult, and the United States of America.

 

The students in my class who cared enough to pay attention would often leave class and debate his warnings and admonitions. I remember several suggesting that while there were some unquestionable similarities between what Pongracic had experienced under communist rule and what was becoming culturally embraced here in America, it was more likely a case of the good professor being hypersensitive and overly cautious than an accurate foreshadowing of things to come.

 

That was 2001. I wonder what Pongracic’s students are saying today.

 

For Serban, the issue at Columbia seemed to stem from two of the very dangers Pongracic often warned about: the undermining of merit-based accomplishment and centralized thought-policing. “It’s coming,” we would often hear. And at Columbia, it came for Serban:

 

Serban, the director of a hiring committee seeking to replace a retired professor, says that the dean of the art school told the committee that there were “too many white professors, too many heterosexual men” and that they should hire a minority, a woman, or a gay man.

Serban says that when he asked if they should choose a straight, white male if he were the most qualified candidate, he was told no.

 

Under communist rule, a person’s work ethic, effort, passion, and determination to succeed are irrelevant. Central planners decide positions that need filled, and through an egalitarian, even randomly selective process, fill those spots.

 

Several years ago I had a gentleman who had lived under communism in Albania come and speak to my high school government students. He told them about the day during his senior year of high school when government officials arrived and distributed file folders to each of them that outlined the occupation that the state had selected for them to fulfill in order to “serve the collective.” He, a city-dweller who had never owned a pet, was assigned to be a veterinarian. One of my students inquired if they were allowed to object. The speaker smiled and said, “If you knew someone in government, yes. If not, no.”

 

You can certainly understand Serban’s unease with a university regime that tells well qualified applicants to a position that they are not wanted because they don’t check off the egalitarian, intersectionality boxes that are more highly valued than expertise.

 

And in terms of thought-policing:

 

Serban also said a transgender student auditioned with Juliet’s monologue from “Romeo and Juliet.” Serban said he could not believe the student could become Juliet and his colleagues expressed displeasure with him.

 

No one who has been conscious over the last decade in America would doubt the fact that “displeasure” with Serban’s failure to comply with the new spirit of the age would have quickly become “dismissal.” So Serban got out, saying from a position of wisdom and experience,

 

“I felt like I was living under communism again.”

 

Dr. Pongracic would agree, having predicted it nearly two decades ago. The only question is whether enough Americans will listen to them before it’s too late.

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Blog Editor: Rather than capitulate to Facebook censorship by abandoning the platform, I choose to post and share until the Leftist censors ban me. Recently, the Facebook censorship tactic I’ve experienced is a couple of Group shares then jailed under the false accusation of posting too fast. So I ask those that read this, to combat censorship by sharing blog and Facebook posts with your friends or Groups you belong to.

 

I got this message from Fascistbook (11/13/19):

 

“You’re temporarily restricted from joining and posting to groups until November 20 at 7:05 PM.” So PLEASE share in your groups especially if you are from Oklahoma. My Conservative voice is currently in a restricted Facebook jail.

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And Many of Us Have Understood This For Decades Now.

 

Posted by Justin O. Smith

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Opinion: The commies aren’t coming — they’re already here

 

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Author: oneway2day

I am a Neoconservative Christian Right blogger. I also spend a significant amount of time of exposing theopolitical Islam.

3 thoughts on “And Many of Us Have Understood This For Decades Now”

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