Are We Living Under Communism?

Thanks Andy


> Here is a copy of which
> describes the communist manifesto. Each plank is followed by comments from
> Gary Mcleod, who is running for Congress under the Constitutional
> platform. Please read carefully, you will surely be able to pull some
> fabulous quotes from this work...
> Are We Living Under the Communist Manifesto?
> "A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot
> survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for
> he is known, and he carries his banners openly. But the traitor moves
> those within the gates freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the
> alleys, heard in the very hall of government itself. For the traitor
> no traitor. He speaks in the accents familiar to his victims, and he wears
> their face and their garments, and he appeals to the baseness that lies
> in hearts of men. He rots the soul of a nation. He works secretly and
> unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of a city. He infects the
> politic so that it can no longer resist. A Murderer Is Less To Be Feared."
> Cicero, 42 B.C.
> The only difference between communism and socialism is its method of
> imposition. Communism is forced upon the people against their will.
> Socialism on the other hand is entered into voluntarily by the majority of
> voters.
> Even though the goals are the same, socialism is much more dangerous
> it gradually enslaves the people without the use of visible force, while
> artfully disguising its evil motives with a variety of so-called noble
> causes.
> The evils of socialiam and humanism cannot survive exposure unless "good
> and women do nothing". The following is offered in hopes that you will
> our efforts to expose those evils. Your comments are WELCOME!
> The 10 planks of the communist manifesto written in 1848 by Karl Marx
> below in red.
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> The Communist Manifesto
> Abolition of property in land and application of all rents of land to
> purposes. Property tax paid annually prevents the outright ownership of
> property, because if property can be confiscated for taxes owed, it can
> never truly be owned. The application of our rents of land (property
> taxes)are used for public purposes as envisioned by Karl Marx.
> A heavy progressive or graduated income tax. The income tax was imposed
> the people briefly after the War Between The Southern States and The
> dictatorial Federal Government. In 1895, The US Supreme Court abolished it
> with the words, "The income tax is indeed a direct tax and therefore
> unconstitutional". The Court understood that, "No capitation, or other
> direct Tax shall be laid,..." Art. 1, Sec. 9, of the US Constitution,
> exactly what it says. However, in 1913 there were enough socialist in
> Congress to again foist the income tax upon the people with the 16th
> Amendment to the Constitution. The income tax is not designed just to
> taxes, which could be accomplished very easily with a national sales tax.
> Instead, its goal is to punish achievement, invade privacy, and control
> people through fear and intimidation from the most Gestapo-like arm of our
> government, the I.R.S.
> Abolition of all right of inheritance. Our inheritance tax puts all rights
> of inheritance in jeopardy. Property tax, income tax, and inheritance tax,
> should be abolished because they are all direct taxes and they all violate
> our God-given property rights. They could be replaced with indirect taxes
> like sales tax, tobacco tax, alcohol tax, or gasoline tax. Some advantages
> of indirect taxes are:
> They are indeed Constitutional.
> Our privacy would be protected.
> Everyone who spends money participates, including the super-wealthy,
> visitors, illegal aliens, drug dealers, and others now in the underground
> economy.
> It is a pay as you go system - no April 15th.
> The IRS and all associated collection cost would be eliminated.
> Lower production cost will allow business to compete internationally.
> Prices would come down more than the expected sales tax increase.
> Business would expand creating new jobs.
> The money now in off-shore tax-havens would flood back into this country
> stimulating the economy.
> Manufacturing would come back home absent the over-taxation and
> over-regulation that drove them to foreign countries.
> Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels. Our government
> does not normally confiscate property of emigrants, however, many laws and
> regulations have been passed in recent years which allow many government
> agencies such as the I.R.S., O.S.H.A., E.P.A., B.L.M., and drug
> agencies to confiscate property from citizens that are considered rebels.
> Much of this confiscation is achieved without due process of law.
> Centralization of credit in the hands of the State, by means of a national
> bank with State capital and an exclusive monopoly. The Federal Reserve
> System was created in 1913. It is not federally owned and nothing is in
> reserve. It is a private corporation with the power to increase or
> the money supply by changing the interest rates and the reserve
> of its member banks. It can create money out of thin air, lend it to the
> government and then collect the principal and interest from the taxpayers.
> That is why its owners always have and always will promote war and
> to create inextinguishable government debt.
> "Permit me to control the currency of a nation and I care not who makes
> laws" Baron De Rothschild, brainchild of the Federal Reserve Bank.
> "If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of
> their money, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and
> corporations that will grow up around them, will deprive the people of
> property until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their
> fathers conquered." Thomas Jefferson
> Centralization of the means of communication and transport in the hands of
> the State. Communication and transportation are controlled by a number of
> government agencies, e.g., The Federal Communication Commission (FCC), The
> Dept. of Transportation (DOT), The Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC),
> Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Public Television is also a good
> example of state control of communication for the indoctrination of the
> concepts of socialism and humanism.
> Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the State,
> bringing into cultivation of waste lands, and the improvements of the soil
> generally in accordance with a common plan. Dan Smoot's book, "The
> End of Government" revealed that, the federal government owned 1165
> different businesses like AMTRAC. The Bureau of land Management, The
> Department of Agriculture, The Department of Commerce, The Environmental
> Protection Agency (EPA), etc., all promote a common plan of more and more
> regulation and control from government with less and less freedom enjoyed
> the people.
> Equal liability of all to labor and the establishment of industrial
> especially for agriculture. Heavy taxation, over-regulation, and other
> economic problems caused by our government's adoption of socialism has
> forced women to labor equally with men. Our industrial army is the Social
> Security System which requires membership at birth.
> Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries; gradual
> of the distinction between town and country by a more equitable
> of population over the country. We are not living under this plank
> However, we do have many large agriculture corporations who have combined
> all levels of production from the farm to the consumer. It appears that
> goal of this plank is to reduce the number of family farms making it
> to gain control of all food and fiber production. This goal is fast
> reality.
> Free education for all children in public schools.... Communist and
> socialist have long recognized the value of indoctrination through a free
> educational system. And, it has produced a people with no understanding of
> the vast differences between the Free Enterprise System and socialism.
> During our Bicentennial celebrations (1986), a national poll of school
> children revealed that 46% of them believed that "From him with the most
> ability - to him with the most need." was part of our Constitution. Today
> all socialist, all liberals and most democrats believe the same thing.
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> Would it surprise you to learn that "The Democratic Socialist of America"
> are alive and well in the U.S.A.. Its "Progressive Caucus" list 58 members
> from the U.S. House of Representatives. All are democrats except their
> chairman, Bernard Sanders, who ran on the socialist party ticket. You can
> find the list at: Democratic Socialist of America
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> "Thus it is easy to understand how law, instead of checking injustice,
> becomes the invincible weapon of injustice. It is easy to understand why
> law is used by the legislator to destroy in varying degrees among the rest
> of the people, their personal independence by slavery, their liberty by
> oppression, and their property by plunder. This is done for the benefit of
> the person who makes the law, and in proportion to the power that he
> Frederic Bastiat (1801-1850).

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