Leftist Blueprints for America


 

Leftists Blueprints for America  – Guest post by Mustang

In a recent article published by Gatestone Institute, Guy Millière wrote the following:

1.      The French government and its justice system claim to treat all religions equally, but they treat Islam as if it were more equal than others—which is to say that Islam enjoys special privileges.  Those who criticize Islam —especially as it is tied to terrorism— become victims of fierce prosecution.

2.     In the words of the spokesman for the Collective Against Islamophobia in France, Marwan Muhammed said, “Who has the right to say in thirty or forty years, France will not be a Muslim country?  No one in this country has the right to extinguish our hope for a society that is globally faithful to Islam.”

3.     President Macron recently said that he wants a law against “fake news.”  If such a law is adopted, all on-line magazines in France that do not broadcast what the government defines as “true news” could be subject to government sanction or suspension.  If such magazines are found outside of France, then access to them could be blocked within France.  Islamic on-line magazines and websites are not on the list of “fake news” providers.  What magazines and websites appear at the top of the government’s list?  Those that question Islam.

Mr. Millière may have missed the point of what has happened to France —indeed, most of Europe.  The issue isn’t Islam; it is that France has become a collectivized society where the rights of individuals (to have and express an opinion, no matter how unpopular it may be) must take a backseat to the right of the state to regulate and control human thought and behavior.  In France, citizens are no longer treated as individuals who are endowed by their creator to have certain unalienable rights, they are treated as rather insignificant cogs in a much larger wheel designed to define society and mold culture according to the will of an elitist oligarchy.  France today is a nation in which government strives to stifle thinking and any expression of intelligence that contradict the political elite.

Unhappily, France has become a Hegelian-Marxist state.  Worse than this, however, is the fact that the United States is now embarked upon this exact same course.  To see this, one only need give cursory attention to the leftist-progressive agenda.  To understand how this is even possible in a nation of more than 330-million people, look to what is occurring inside public classrooms, and has been for the past fifty years.  At the top of the leftist structure are those who think that it takes a village to raise a child, who believe that the role of parents must take a backseat to the primacy of government in the role of shaping national culture.

Frankly, this reality should scare the hell out of thinking Americans, and it ought to serve as a catalyst for a massive and long overdue change in our direction.  It cannot begin with national political leadership, such as choosing one presidential candidate over another.  No, taking America back from the brink of its extinction must begin within neighborhoods, communities, counties, and states.  Joe and Sally Citizen must reclaim their classrooms from the communist agents who now control them.

Note: the architects of our present social and cultural demise include Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831), Karl Marx (1818-1883), along with a host of their acolytes.  One doesn’t have to be a philosopher to understand that these were mentally disturbed men writing convoluted theories wrapped up in meaningless verbiage, but a freedom-loving individual should recognize that their demented notions are today central to the American progressive movement.

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16 Responses to “Leftist Blueprints for America”

  1. Henry Lewis Says:

    On education: All my teacher and principal friends who work in public schools in the USA crave parent involvement, so I just don’t ‘get’ where your view that parents are being shut out of the process comes in. I do agree, however, that there are too many administrators with too much clout and who eat up too much of school budgets while many teachers use their own wallets to buy supplies for the classroom.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      The curriculum has turned left in most states.. Flyover country may be immune to the turn, and may be fighting it, but for much of the country, schools are indoctrination centers. IMO.

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      • petermac3 Says:

        As the father of a teacher who must keep his conservative leanings in the proverbial closet lest he be shown the door I wholeheartedly agree with your assessment. The NJ school with its second graders singing the tribute to the newly elected Obama is not to be forgotten.
        P.S. In 1994 I was in an East Orange, NJ grammar school on business. In the hallways, offices and several classrooms there were the obligatory portraits of Jessie “ I have a scheme” Jackson along with those of the other “African Americans” with the plaques highlighting their achievements such inventing the light bulb, the telephone, etc. Who knows, maybe one day these guants will be relegated to the dustbin of history and replaced with the heroes of the worldwide caliphate.

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  2. Steve Dennis Says:

    Well done Bunkerville! The Hegelian dialectic is well at work in France and in the US and we would do well to learn from France but we seem to be headed down the same path.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      No doubt about it Steve…

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  3. petermac3 Says:

    The West is giving in without a fight; without a whimper. Fifty years till the complete Islamic takeover of Western Europe may prove to be optimistic. The real question is whether or not and if so how long will Eastern Europe remember the 70 years spent under the yoke of communism/socialism, metaphorically a stones throw from the slavery of Islam.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Before its over, they will remember with fondness the yoke of communism and Socialism. Wait until they are turned upside down on a cross.

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    • Henry Lewis Says:

      I lived and worked in the Middle East (as a teacher) for 8 years and I can definitely tell you that the peaceful, loving Omanis I taught and still have as friends don’t have a yoke around their necks. Islam, like every other major world religion, is practiced and interpreted differently in diverse regions of the world. You can’t paint all Muslims with one brush any more than you can say all Christians, Buddhists (lived in those countries as well) or Hindus are the same. Having factual discussions about important topics is the only way we as Americans can resolve our nation’s problems. By the way, I’m not advocating an open-door immigration policy. I just think it’s important for people on all sides of an argument to stop generalizing. Living in other cultures has helped me realize there’s a lot of gray area between the black and white extremes so prevalent today. Thanks for offering this space for sharing opinions.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Thanks for your point of view.. I appreciate your taking the time and stopping by. Stop by again. I look forward to it,

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  4. Simply Linda Says:

    Yep, agree….France hasn’t learned anything, have they?

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    • bunkerville Says:

      No… and don’t count on us this time to bail them out… the Trojan horse dwells within..

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      • petermac3 Says:

        We’re next, and we’ve been on their hit list for 242 years. Aaah the good old days, millions for defense and not a penny for tribute. Hard to imagine an American-I mean Islamic American-president gave $150,000,000 to those who will use it to slit our throats.
        Another thought: After the Islamic takeover of France 🇫🇷 followed by the prohibition of alcohol what do the pacifist frogs do with all those grapes?

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      • petermac3 Says:

        Add three more zeros to Barry’s giveaway.

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      • Simply Linda Says:

        ohhhh…something tells me…we will. sigh

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      • the unit Says:

        Peter, as a kid in the hot summer I loved grape snowballs. Maybe the the French can have grape “snowflakes”.

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      • Mustang Says:

        It becomes more difficult for me to deride the French when we are next in the pipeline.

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