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    Community Within Our Nation, Chaos In Theirs

    Community Within Our Nation, Chaos In Theirs

    Another day, some more agitation by the Obama administration and Agitprop by the mainstream media, this time directed by Obama himself at Rush Limbaugh and other conservative talk radio hosts.

    This country is boiling over, after over a year of a strategy of crazy, in which Democratic leaders and in-the-pocket columnists and bloggers attempted to portray all opponents as racist and violent.

    There are only so many times a President and party in power can insult and belittle people before people push back.

    And it is not for nothing.

    I called it, I called it, I called it, over a year ago, in my post “Steal This Country.”

    The tactic is to create “community within our Nation, chaos in theirs;” that is, unify the supporters and create divisions among opponents. It is an outgrowth of 1960s radical thought advocated by Abbie Hoffman and others.

    Creating chaos requires an endless stream of enemies, crises, and opportunities not to miss from the havoc, as I noted in February 2009, when things were just getting started:

    There seems to be a deliberateness to the chaos, a purpose to the ever-increasing exclamation points, as in crisis (!), catastrophe (!!), act now or else (!!!), … we’re on the verge of (!!!!). An attempt to keep so many parts moving so quickly that by the time we realize what has happened, we will have an economic and political system based on punishing achievement in the name of fairness, redistributing goods and services in the name of equality, and above all, dependence on a government which controls everything by endlessly proclaiming that only it has good intentions.

    We’ve already read this book. The ending stinks.

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    DarkGravity and Maggie – you are both right. I do know that there is really no difference between socialism & communism for they are both derived from Marxism.

    It's just that "socialism" is used today as a sort of "watered down" variant of communism/Marxism. I think of communism as more overtly revolutionary and violent and socialism as big government/academic utopia-ism run amok. But point well taken.

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