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Americans Living under Communism

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Posted By: Dodge Boy, 11/24/2022 9:29:11 AM

Did you ever wonder what it would be like to live under communism? Well, now you know. The last two years have seen a parade of dumb and dumber policies, the kind you expect in totalitarian dictatorships. The distinguishing traits are as follows: rulers show contempt for their serfs; policy wonks concoct endless stream of counterproductive ideas; and casual cruelty hurts everyone, day after day. Here are a dozen examples.


It is 1935 all over again but this time right here in good old America. Several of my schoolteachers in the Lake County, Illinois schools including our high school principal were veterans from WWII. They constantly warned us students about what would soon happen to America unless we stood up in defiance.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: planetgeo 11/24/2022 9:43:49 AM (No. 1341375)
Take it from those of us who have lived under communism (when they actually called themselves "communists"). You ARE living under communism right now...even though they now call themselves "Democrats." Don't think so? Mandates. Lockdowns. Redistribution of your income. Government controlled media. False imprisonments (J6) and show trials. Fake elections where they count the votes and keep counting until they win. Shortages of previously abundant goods. Speech controls. Subjugation of religion. Sound familiar, comrade?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: bigfatslob 11/24/2022 10:28:39 AM (No. 1341407)
We might have communism now, but it's run by fraud clowns real hard-core communist go one step further they kill/murder their opposition. Fraud Biden is not there 'yet', or could he be there is something that stops the communist, our second Amendment it's fear that keeps the left at bay. Fraud Biden doesn't care about the Constitution but there are checks there that make us correct to oppose this fraud regime.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: The Remnants 11/24/2022 10:45:01 AM (No. 1341424)
#1 - Great list. I'd add one more - corruption of the education system. Isn't Critical Thinking and Writing taught anymore in schools? Or a love of truth? Had a service man come to my home other day and we talked about mid-terms and he said that just because Fetterman had a debilitating stroke, it does not mean his thought processes are effected, and just because Dr. Oz is a cardiovascular surgeon. it does not mean that he is smart! Oh, well. I guess we can always focus on what is going on in the Kardashian family if we want something to talk about at dinner.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 11/24/2022 10:46:53 AM (No. 1341426)
Fake government A government that doesn't really govern. A two party system that isn't really two parties. One party rules instead of governs. The other party defers to the first party when they should be putting out an alternative. A government that is 30 trillion in debt and a country that is 90 trillion in debt. A government that steals elections and has legalized voter fraud. A government-controlled media that controls what people see. A dumbed down populace that does not know what is important. A populace that elected a senile corrupt incompetent politician as President and supports the status quo. A populace that does not vote their pocketbook because they either don't have one or are not feeling the pinch. A populace that survives on government handouts even though that government is essentially bankrupt. A population looking for bread and circuses. A population that turns on law enforcement because they have become accustomed to crime. A population that has a high criminal element and can be bought off. Don't really care what it's called. It's not working.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: pros7767 11/24/2022 10:50:13 AM (No. 1341429)
The really sad part is that so many Americans don't see what's coming and what is already here.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: MDConservative 11/24/2022 10:59:05 AM (No. 1341435)
Americans showed their stripes in the aftermath of 9/11 when they couldn't trade liberty for security fast enough, creating the two headed monster that essentially combined intelligence and law enforcement communities - accepting the idea that the special courts would "protect" citizens from abuse while chasing down the bad guys. In 1992 Americans chose for their President a grifter and his wife. They changed American politics and set the stage for a rapacious UNIPARTY government that saw the profitability of government at the expense of the public while creating Potemkin prosperity for all. Good times that now bring us to crooked falderol like Ukraine money laudering and crypto bank collapses, not to mention open borders, "wokeism" in public institutions, and a series of falderol now accepted as "normal" by the public. The coup d'grace was COVID, brought to us by "unknown" means, but which enabled government from top to bottom to redirect our lives with hardly a whimper. PDT and Congress appropriated $14 TRILLION, adding 50 percent to our burgeoning national debt to maintain "normalcy", giving shtuff away to create the illusion that prosperity would maintain itself through the crisis that never ended. To top it off come the silver bullets of vaccines that didn't work very well, even killed people, and have long-term effects that are unknown to the public. Now we have gross inflation, which some prefer to blame entirely on incompetent Biden. We are today a people of "brave" scardycats. Where once we were told all we had to fear was fear itself, today we are in the midst of a never ending torrent of fear porn driven by "experts" and "concerned" TV personalities. We are too shallow and weak to bother to peek behind the curtains. We are divided in the face of what should be mutually angering as free people.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Sanchin 11/24/2022 11:13:29 AM (No. 1341452)
Communism and/or Facism, Americans have a very poor understanding of each of these ideaologies. In addition nearly all Americans are under the mistaken belief that this is a capitalist economy. Nothing could be further from the truth and this lie has been going on since FDR. It’s a combination of very poor education that is tightly controlled and the weaponization of the media which is again anything but free and truthful.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: The Remnants 11/24/2022 11:19:02 AM (No. 1341463)
Forgive second post, but this subject is so serious and so timely and I don't want to attribute words to the wrong person because they are life-saving. I think I heard them from the young man who reports so accurately about the situation on our southern border on Real America Voice News, but he said our order of concern should be:- First, God, Then Family, and Then Country, and then we will survive (or a combination of the three -my words)
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Safari Man 11/24/2022 11:50:52 AM (No. 1341489)
What sets us apart is that we have the right to bear arms. But our communists are doing everything they can to abolish that, one way or another. In every other way, we are living under communist rule, to one degree or another. The single most discouraging attribute of totalitarian rule we now suffer is the fake elections. Without the ability to choose our government, we are completely lost, they can do anything they want to us and we have no recourse.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: coyote 11/24/2022 11:54:23 AM (No. 1341491)
Toting my M1 not far from the Wall and traveling through iron-curtain countries, i saw what it was like living under communism. Fight against this false system.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Geoman 11/24/2022 2:41:50 PM (No. 1341557)
The presence or absence of communism as a form of government in the U. S. is strictly on us, We the People. Forget the so-called Uniparty and RINOs as a cause or Trump as the sole savior. If modern day Americans aren't willing to fight savagely, not just politically or rhetorically, then we may fall under Iron Curtain II. Communism as a force, has never been pushed back or defeated without barrels of blood being shed. Communist movements, often cloaked as hyper populist (e.g., The Peoples Republic or Democrat Republic of Name-Your-Lost-Country) do not ever reflect the popular will, nor to they respect debate or compromise but they do respect certain death.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Muguy 11/25/2022 8:17:28 AM (No. 1341876)
This article is outstanding in its listing of many items we faced and allowed to happen without calling it out. The decay is getting worse, and the lack of a a 'wave' election AGAINST the corruption only makes things seem more dire, and WTP get sold out to forces who are helbent on taking U.S. over and subjugating us from exceptionalism to conformity. There were several other factors that Mr. Price could have mentioned as contributing factors to our decline, but the ones mentioned are bad enough.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: udanja99 11/25/2022 2:31:48 PM (No. 1342123)
I’ve lived under communism. Believe me, we are not nearly there yet. When we are, there will not be a few empty shelves in the supermarket; the entire building will be empty. There will not be high gas prices; there will be no gas or you will sit in a gas line for 2 days to get the amount which has been rationed to you. (If you still are allowed to own a car.). There will not be high heating fuel prices; you will sit in your home and freeze because the heating fuel has been given to the elites or sold to China. (In our apartment in Bucharest in 1983, it was warmer inside the refrigerator than it was in the apartment.) You will not want to get anywhere near a hospital of medical facility because they will be filthy and filled with incompetent bureaucrats and ancient malfunctioning medical machines. You will not have a home of your own but will be told where to live and what job you are allowed to work. All internet and phone access will be taken away because the regime will not want you talking to each other. You will be followed, watched and recorded every step of your life. People you know will begin to disappear or they will turn you in for some minor infraction just to get another ration of food or medicine. There will be elections, but in each one there will only be one candidate who will “win” 100% of the vote. I could go on and on but you get the idea. The only people who can prevent this is us.
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