Monday, February 14, 2011

HANGING OURSELVES WITH THE ROPE: How Capitalists Are Deceived And Manipulated By Totalitarians

by Nevin Gussack

As conservatives reflect on the election results of November 2010, they need to hold their elected officials accountable in crafting a pro-American security policy which stresses, among other points, the importance of subordinating short term profits through trade to the nation’s interests.

Historically, our adversaries had utilized our weaknesses in our moral decay and hedonistic society to force a destruction of the USA. In the speech “On Free Trade,” (1848) Karl Marx detected that greed and economic determinism would lead to the ultimate breakup of nations and the implementation of socialism: “…free trade system is destructive. It breaks up old nationalities and pushes the antagonism of the proletariat and the bourgeoisie to the extreme point. In a word, the free trade system hastens the social revolution. It is in this revolutionary sense alone, gentlemen, that I vote in favor of free trade.”

Lenin and his successors in the world communist movement spoke of the need of using the capitalist nations to assist in the development of their industrial and military capacities for world conquest. Hu Jintao of the PRC CCP declared in a secret speech in 2008 that: “We will use our open policy, seize the economic crisis in the West as a historical moment, and use effective measures to turn them into Socialist China’s economic and cultural colonies. … Our colonization of these countries is the historical process of communism’s triumph over rotten capitalism. We Chinese communists must shoulder the great historical mission, and use socialism to defeat capitalism, eventually liberating the entire humanity with Communism.”

Our Islamist enemies meanwhile express the same contempt for our hedonistic weaknesses. Former Iranian Minister of Heavy Industries Behzad Nabavi commented in 1985 regarding the porous U.S. sanctions: “What embargo? Those people in the West will put their own mothers on auction for profit.” Abdul Rashid, the Taliban’s “anti-drug” enforcer detected the hedonistic decay in Western societies and asserted that “Opium is permissible because it is consumed by kafirs in the West, and not by Muslims or Afghans.” Hence, the consumerism and the moral decline of the West is a valuable tool in the hands of the enemies of freedom.

How do we stop this?

In order to starve the beast of totalitarianism, the United States needs to embark on a program to halt all trade to nations who desire our downfall. This can come through strict enforcement by an empowered FBI and CIA, liberated from the shackles of political correctness.

Secondly, our education system needs to be thoroughly re-oriented to teach patriotism. This can only come when well funded and intellectually prepared conservatives are elected en masse to school boards to champion these changes to the curriculum. Properly trained and intellectually prepared teachers and professors are necessary to implement a patriotic rejuvenation of the curriculum. Educated with the proper patriotic ideals, a new generation of businessmen and elected office holders will be able to implement policies in the nation’s interests to the detriment to the long range plans of our enemies.

Presently, our enemies are talking about their malevolent intentions towards the USA, but precious few of our business and political leaders are truly listening and making the appropriate decisions.

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