Can they really take over the world?
We’ve talked a lot about the global elites using Communist tactic to try and take over the world. To some, this seems like an outlandish conspiracy theory. To others it simply seems obvious.
The questions of imminent importance is: How are they going to pull it off? The answer is, by driving a wedge between “us and them” — by turning people against each other, stirring hostility and mistrust between various social factions.
The strategy is tried and true, as it has been deployed effectively throughout history around the globe. Let’s not lose sight of the Communist’s end game, as stated in their Manifesto:
- Communists do not conceal their aim: “They openly declare that their ends can be attained only by forcible overthrow of all existing social conditions.” (p102)
- Forcibly overthrowing existing society means launching an assault on all fronts. This is why we are witnessing the undermining of our institutions, of health care, education, religion, the economy, and the family unity.
- Communists actively subvert each institution by taking control of the language, effectively high jacking communication, directing the narrative, and herding well-meaning humans into the trap of socialist thinking.
- Communists are exceedingly ambitious, because, in their own words, “They have a world to win.” That is no small task — trying to take over the world — and their strategy is to divide and conquer, using class-warfare to instill “hostile antagonism” between different groups. (p100) They don’t have to fight us if we are fighting each other.
- One “critical element” of the Communist’s strategy, is to “attack every principle of existing society.” (p94) In essence, we are attacked for wrong thinking.
- This is the root of Marxist Critical Theory — which gave birth to the Critical Race Theory that is seeping in and poising the minds of our youth.
- Communists propose “practical measures” to achieve the destruction of society:
- The abolition of the family.
- The abolition of private industry.
- The abolition of personal property rights.
- The abolition of distinctions between town and country.
- The proclamation of social harmony. (p95)
Leading with that last statement — stating that their intent is to promote social harmony — allows them to bypass the urge to defend oneself, or family, or culture, from the radical Communist agenda, which is expressly hostile and openly attacking our way of life.
Communists deploy an army of “useful idiots” to spread their deceit throughout a population. They trick people into accepting their ideas by twisting language, specifically by using words that have “a hidden, higher, socialistic interpretation, the exact contrary of its real character.” (p86)
Think about that: They twist language, saying one thing but actually meaning the exact contrary. That is straight out of the manifesto. They proclaim social harmony, but aim to destroy existing society. Their stated goal is to win the world — and that means we lose.
Having examined their intent and strategies, we can now frame current events in the context of a Communist takeover. That is not an over-statement. It is not a conspiracy. It is a cold hard fact.
How does this play out at the local level? When useful idiots like the local librarian, the school superintendent, or other Democrat stooges believe they have a moral imperative to twist their words, conceal their intent, and subversively push socialist ideals, our community suffers.
They have divided us along ideological lines — forcing us to fight for diametrically opposed beliefs. Focus has been trained upon natural division: classes, special classes, protected classes. Rather than our community pulling together, we are torn apart by perpetual conflict.
Please understand that this is all by design. Remember that the hidden meaning of social harmony, is the destruction of society itself. They seek control, to take total control, in order to force a revolution and establish a Critical-Utopian socialist state and global Communism. (p95)
We are told that it’s for our own good. That it is essential that we all do our part, for the greater good. We are told to “be a good human” and accept the fundamental transformation of our society — how dare we think different — how dare we resist!
There is no doubt that our country, our community, our way of life, is under direct, coordinated, and strategic attack. History is being re-written, and we are rapidly drifting further and further from freedom and our founding principles. In Communist society, the present dominates the past (p56) — so that people forget what life was like before the lunatics took over the world.