The Insane Logic of Stupid Socialists
The greatest battle throughout mankind’s history is being fought between INDIVIDUALISM and COLLECTIVISM- or CAPITALISM versus COMMUNISM AND FASCISM! But the socialist idiots don’t just get it…
It’s already proven: all socialists, communists, Marxists, collectivists, and neo-liberals are irrational. They all reject reason,
science, logic, and individual rights.
The fall of Soviet Russia in 1989 is the best proof that communism is one of the greatest lies and abominations concocted by two irrational mystics at a time when science, reason and freedom were not yet fully discovered— Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. That the communist ‘utopia’ envisioned by these two collectivist mystics is about a realm with no government, no classes, no religion, no property, no police is nothing but a sickening fantasy especially dreamed up for the indolent, the lazy fanatics of common good and welfare statism, and the people with deranged mentality and concept of reality.
However, there are those who seek to pursue Karl Marx’s communist utopia—those brainless fanatics of collectivism who have accepted the evil gospels of their communist ancestors and Marxist mentors on faith and not on reason—and they try to achieve their communist utopian agenda by creating lies and propaganda campaigns designed to distort the people’s perception of reality.
In order to paint those who are opposed to their evil political ideology as a bunch of violent and power-seeking individuals, they now use the term FASCISM, a word with specific and objective meaning. They argue that the opposite of socialism and communism is fascism without even trying to understand the real concept and nature of the latter. They try to label those who refuse to agree with their stupid collective mentality as supporters of fascism and as neo-Nazi admirers of Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini.
“The fascists of the future will be called anti–fascists.” — Winston Churchill
But in truth and in reality, the dishonest and desperate propaganda of these communist fanatics only unleashes them as nothing but a herd of ignoramus, idiotic, and blind followers of the cult of collectivism and Marxism.
Let us define our terms. Fascism is defined as a “radical and authoritarian national political ideology,” while communism is defined as “ a social structure in which classes are abolished and property commonly controlled, as well as a political philosophy and social movement that advocates and aims to create such a society.” On the other hand, capitalism is “an economic system where capital and land, the non-labor factors or production, are privately owned; labor, goods and resources are traded in markets; and profits, is distributed to the owners invested in technologies and industries.” But the correct definition of capitalism is this: it is a social system solely founded on the recognition of individual rights, including property rights, in which all property is privately owned. The aforementioned definitions of communism, fascism and capitalism show that these three terms have their own distinct concept or attributes.
Let me establish the following points to demolish the fallacious claim of most stupid advocates of communism in this country:
- Communism, fascism, and capitalism are three terms with distinct meaning, concept, or definition.
- Fascism and capitalism do not have the same meaning and concept. In fact they are opposites.
- Fascism is about “radical and authoritarian” rule of a political despot, while capitalism is a political system that respects individual rights and recognizes the application of objective laws and legal principles.
- Communism is a collectivist political ideology that rejects individual rights, subjugates the individual to the collective, and regards man as the means to the ends of others or the state. Capitalism is the recognition that the individual is an end in himself and not the means to the ends of others.
- Communism and fascism are both a collectivist ideology.
For the benefit of those who embrace reason and who are still willing to think and to use their mind, let me lay down the similarities between Communism and Fascism. They are as follows:
- Both communism and fascism reject the concept of individual rights. Both regard the individual as the means to the ends of others. Capitalism does the opposite.
- Both communism and fascism are collectivist ideologies.
- Both communism and fascism are a form of totalitarian rule or dictatorship. Any individual may be sacrificed or immolated for the sake of common good, public welfare, or whatever the majority or the dictator deems as ‘practical’ or ‘necessary’ for the sake of the good of the majority or the state.
- Both communism and fascism negate the concept of private property. If communism regards private property as nonexistent, fascism regards private property as a political privilege that may only be given to a special class or group of people (e.g., cronies, czars, etc.)
- Both communism and fascism regard that political power may only be achieved through bloody revolution or class struggle.
- Both communism and fascism are racist ideologies. Karl Marx regarded the capitalist people or states as “racial trash”, while Adolf Hitler considered the Jews and ethnic minorities as lower forms of animal.
- Both communism and fascism are enemies of capitalism.
- Both communism and fascism consider the fact that killing is necessary to achieve their respective political or utopian goal.
Here’s the dirty, dishonest and desperate propaganda of the most passionate advocates of communism and their lesser minions: they try to LUMP or PUT TOGETHER those who oppose their socialist/communist utopian vision as supporters or advocates of fascism. This crooked political trick is one of the most visible trademarks of every Marxist. This was perfectly applied by Stalin to protect himself against his own paranoia during his dark days in power. Stalin’s paranoia resulted in the death of more than 20 million of his own people, including members of his army, intellectuals, and dissenters. This was also applied by Hitler to eradicate the communists in Germany in order to achieve his totalitarian goal.
What these stupid supporters of the evil ideology of communism refuse to grasp is that the real battle between good and evil is INDIVIDUALISM versus COLLECTIVISM. There is only one individualist political and economic ideology on earth: CAPITALISM. All the rest are collectivist ideologies, such as communism, socialism, Nazism, fascism, theocracy, etc.
How do we know whether a political ideology is a collectivist ideology? The test is very simple. Does it regard the individual as the means to the ends of others or the state? Does it consider every individual as property of the state that can be sacrificed or immolated for the sake of common good? If the answer to these questions is Yes, then such a political system is a form of collectivism.
Now the following Nazi or Fascist quotations are the best proof that Fascism, like communism, is a form of collectivism, and an enemy of capitalism and individual rights:
“We are socialists, we are enemies of today’s capitalistic economic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance, and we are all determined to destroy this system under all conditions.” —Adolf Hitler
“[S]ocialism is sacrificing the individual to the whole.” —Joseph Goebbels, the top propagandist of the Nazi party
“The concept of personal liberties of the individual as opposed to the authority of the state had to disappear; it is not to be reconciled with the principle of the nationalistic Reich. There are no personal liberties of the individual which fall outside of the realm of the state and which must be respected by the state. The member of the people, organically connected with the whole community, has replaced the isolated individual; he is included in the totality of the political people and is drawn into the collective action. There can no longer be any question of a private sphere, free of state influence, which is sacred and untouchable before the political unity. The constitution of the nationalistic Reich is therefore not based upon a system of inborn and inalienable rights of the individual.”
—Ernst Rudolf Huber, official spokesman for the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, 1939
“THE COMMON INTEREST BEFORE SELF-INTEREST.”
—NDSAP Program, Point 24, 1920
“We must rouse in our people the unanimous wish for power in this sense, together with the determination to sacrifice on the altar of patriotism, not only life and property, but also private views and preferences in the interests of the common welfare.”
—Friedrich von Bernhardi, 1912
“The worker in a capitalist state—and that is his deepest misfortune—is no longer a living human being, a creator, a maker. He has become a machine. A number, a cog in the machine without sense or understanding. He is alienated from what he produces.”
—Joseph Goebbels, 1932 pamphlet
“‘Private property’ as conceived under the liberalistic economic order … represented the right of the individual to manage and to speculate with inherited or acquired property as he pleased, without regard for the general interests … German socialism had to overcome this ‘private,’ that is, unrestrained and irresponsible view of property. All property is common property. The owner is bound by the people and the Reich to the responsible management of his goods. His legal position is only justified when he satisfies this responsibility to the community.”
—Ernst Rudolf Huber, official Nazi Party spokesman, 1939
Hitler’s Nazi Party against Capitalism:
“We German National Socialists have recognized that not international solidarity frees the peoples from the ties of international capital, but the organized national force. …The National Socialist German Workers’ Party asks you all to come … to a GIANT DEMONSTRATION against the continued cheating of our people by the Jewish agents of the international world stock-exchange capital.”
—Nazi Poster, 1921
“It is not to save capitalism that we fight in Russia … It is for a revolution of our own. … If Europe were to become once more the Europe of bankers, of fat corrupt bourgeoisies … we should prefer Communism to win and destroy everything. We would rather have it all blow up than see this rottenness resplendent. Europe fights in Russia because it [i.e., Fascist Europe] is Socialist. …what interests us most in the war is the revolution to follow …The war cannot end without the triumph of Socialist revolution.”
—Leon Degrelle, leading National Socialist figure, speaking on behalf of the Nazi SS in occupied Paris, 1943
“[W]e will do what we like with the bourgeoisie. … We give the orders; they do what they are told. Any resistance will be broken ruthlessly.”
—Adolf Hitler, 1931
“The internal and international criminal gang will either be forced to work or simply exterminated.”
—Adolf Hitler, 1931
“Today I will once more be a prophet. If the international Jewish financiers, inside and outside Europe, succeed in plunging the nations once more into a world war, then the result will not be the Bolshevisation of the earth, and thus the victory of Jewry, but the annihilation of the Jewish race in Europe!”
—Adolf Hitler, 1939