it is not in the country’s interests
Just the point – that’s a smoke screen and diversion. It’s part of the brilliance of the plan. We’re sucked into trying to make sense of things that are nonsensical. Total time waster and just what they want. The people behind these things (not necessarily the ones doing the actual farm attacks – they’re just the “useful idiots”) fully understand the “logic” behind the Cloward Piven strategy and the 3/4 page final chapter of Communist Manifesto. (Don’t pay any attention to the word “Communist,” whether upper or lower case. That’s also a smokescreen word designed to divert us, whether in action or in discussions.)
We’re up against fundamental evil embodied within people we sometimes call the “dark state,” among other terms. And it is bent on exactly the thing with which Marx and Engels ended their work. There is no point in applying logic to it, because our logic will never penetrate the minds of those involved in the Marx/Engels plan. The plan is very simple. It is summed up extremely well in just two of the final eight sentences of the “Manifesto”:
In short, the Communists everywhere support every revolutionary movement against the existing social and political order of things. … They openly declare that their ends can be attained only by the forcible overthrow of all existing social conditions.
(Again, just don’t get caught up in the word “Communist.” It’s another brilliant and intentional smokescreen word designed simply to distract.)
Read the quote above again – that’s what it’s about, and it’s being played out exceptionally well throughout the world, whether in SA, Ferguson, Missouri, eastern Ukraine, Philippines, or with illegal migrants in Europe and elsewhere. When Marx and Engels said “all existing,” they meant “all existing.” And a “forcible overthrow” isn’t hyperbole. The rational, halfway decent world is up against highly intelligent, highly organized, and single-mindedly dedicated people who truly do understand what Marx and Engels were really doing with the Manifesto. Few of the millions that have read (and even studied) it understand it, however.
Anyone who truly understands that last 3/4 page chapter of the Manifesto understands what’s happening today, 168 years later. Most “socialists” and “communists” think the first three chapters are what it’s all about, and are blindly sucked in as “useful idiots.” This is literally a struggle for the survival of individual liberty and ultimately our lives.
"Ye hear of wars in far countries, and you say that there will soon be great wars in far countries, but ye know not the hearts of men in your own land."
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