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By R.C. Murray
June 5, 2010

“Every one that is proud in heart is an abomination to the LORD; though hand join in hand, he shall not be unpunished.” -Proverbs 16:5

Socialists. Progressives. Corporatists. Communitarianists. It really doesn’t make any difference what name they call themselves or what name we call them. Dung by any other name still stinks!

As I said in a recent NWVs article, despite what neo-cons like O’Reilly say, progressives are not kinder, gentler socialists who merely want to take everything you have. They mean to control you, but if you refuse to cooperate, rest assured you’re on their containment camp guests list. In these special habitats for inhumanity, most of you will become part of their labor force renewal plan. The rest of us will be exterminated by the most expedient means available.

Smart people are supposed to know this, but in a speech to Republicans and Tea Party supporters in New Orleans, April 10, Ron Paul defended Obama on a legal technicality, saying he wasn’t a socialist. Technically, he said, That One is a “corporatist.” Ron, you should know better than that. Yeah, I understand the analogy that politicians – both Democrats and Republicans – support and defend corporations, which do exercise unconstitutional influence over the government. But they’re not the only malefactors pulling the strings of political puppets like Boy Wonder.

Those who don’t believe this have tripped over socialists’ stumbling block definition of their supposed beliefs and objectives, like Huey Long’s “share the wealth” plan. I suggest you read Gary Allen’s book, None Dare Call it Conspiracy, which points out the great disparity in wealth and privilege socialist leaders have historically reserved for themselves, all the while taking “from each (except themselves and other elitists) according to his abilities” and giving “to each (especially to themselves and other elitists) according to his needs.” In other words, as Allen puts it, it’s never been about “sharing the wealth;” it’s about “sharing your wealth.”

Corporations are just one of many tools used by socialists to redistribute your wealth and control your life. The list of tools includes that pack of wolves I called Principals of Newspeak, which I talked about in a NWVs article in November 2007 and in my last book, Legally STUPiD: Why Johnny doesn’t have to read. In case you don’t care to read that article or purchase a book, these are the culprits I’m talking about: Academia, Big Business (a.k.a., corporations), Entertainment Industry, Government Courts & Bureaucracies, News Media, Religious (as opposed to Christian) Organizations, and Subversive Organizations (ACLU, ACORN, CFR, etc.).

So, no, Ron. His Arrogance and those that support him are not simply corporatists. They’re socialists. Corporations are just one of the tentacles of a much bigger, hellish beast. And corporation CEOs and other greedy crooks are not the Devil any more than That One himself; however, just like the Kenyan Counterfeit, they work for him.

How about those Communitarian boneheads I mentioned earlier? Are they really any different than socialists? No. Not really.

By their own definition, “Communitarianism is the belief that a perfect society relies not of the ambition of personal individualism, but rather consists of the responsibilities of cohesive communal structures. This is inherently a dualistic approach to a nationalistic society…Emphasis is placed not on the inherent rights a government owes to an individual, but rather the inherent responsibilities an individual owes to their community. This is in stark contrast to Western thoughts on individualism…” This definition comes from a Facebook blog site for these closet socialists and those adhering to the principles of utilitarianism.

Note that first precept in the above definition presupposes that a “perfect society” does not include rugged individualists – you know, like the folks who settled the North American wilderness with little more than their faith in God. Oh, and their guns. Apparently, a perfect society has no need for a Daniel Boone, or a Davy Crockett, or even a Geronimo – or guns or God.

Did you ever stop to wonder what this country would look like today if every action or decision required the consensus of committee of morons like the ones calling themselves congressmen or the black-robed demagogues calling themselves justices? And since the individual is essentially a slave to the state in this perfect society, it can only be supposed that rebellious (Tea Party) slaves who have a different idea about the role of government would be viewed as a threat to the state, requiring them to be “cured” of their thoughtcrimes, like that perfect society Orwell warned us about in 1984.

I’m sorry. What am I say? Books only warn people who read. I’ve found out the hard way, having tried to warn people about the extent to which public schools have bankrupted our intellectual capital. When it appeared that the proles responsible for voting the socialists into power were about to elect a home-grown terrorist, I wrote a novel much like Orwell’s classic. It doesn’t matter though if no one reads my warning.


Why do you think government school textbooks have been depleted of the rugged individualists who built this country? Academia, one of the other tentacles of the beast I mentioned earlier, has been chipping away at our history books for 150 years, carefully re-writing, deleting and substituting truth with lies.

Then when one state’s school board tries to reverse the trend and restore truth in American history, the news media and the entertainment industry with funds supplied by big business (three more tentacles of the beast) are marshalling to prevent the collapse of their monopoly over the minds of your children. You can expect government courts and bureaucracies will step into the fray soon enough with the pulpit support from the false prophets of mega-church, religious organizations. The beast intends to maintain his hold on this country until the God that blessed this country’s beginning brings about its end.

Chuck Baldwin is right, as usual. The Breakup of the U.S. is inevitable. The beast has the U.S. entangled in each of its tentacles with a grip only God can break. But there is some hope, and it’s not secession. “Though hand (or tentacle) join in hand,” rest assured that socialists will be punished for what they’ve done to this country.

I recently heard that three or four years ago, more than 2.5 million peace-loving Muslims gathered at one of their holy sites. I don’t know if it was Mecca or Medina, Chicago or Washington, but the significance of their gathering was that they supposedly prayed to Allah, asking for the destruction of the Great Satan, the United States.

The U.S. is dying, without a doubt, but its final destruction will be the judgment of the God of the Bible, not the Koran. Still, if a fraction that many Bible-believing Christians would pray, asking God to save us, I believe he would send a reviving spirit into this country, much like the one I depict in chapters 5 and 6 of Prole Nation. God the Father still responds to anyone willing to call on the name of his Son.

This revival would be a soul-saving revival, however, not a country-saving revival. America will be judged. If Jesus does not come for his Church the way I suggest in chapter 7, those of us left after God judges America will have to pick up the pieces and start over – with fewer states, of course. The few socialists I expect to survive God’s judgment on America can form their perfect society without us. Real Americans will secede from what’s left of this old, corrupt union and rebuild the constitutional republic our founding fathers gave us.

Two more points before I close this article.

If you’re wondering how I can be so sure socialists, progressives, et al, smell the same, let me refer you to a book I’ve mentioned in other NWVs articles: Red Republicans and Lincoln’s Marxists by Walter D. Kennedy and Al Benson, Jr. On page 22, these gentlemen list five of the six goals of socialists: “1) a progressive income tax; 2) abolition of the right of inheritance (a.k.a., no property rights); 3) state regulation of wages; 4) national workshops (i.e., government-funded commercial projects); and 5) free (compulsory) public education.” A sixth goal is noted on page 176: “6) the establishment of an indivisible government capable of acting in whatever manner needed to create a socialist utopia.”

Which of the above socialist groups do you think would oppose any of these goals? None. And which of America’s two major political parties do you think is opposed to any of these goals? None. Dung is dung, no matter what you call it, and it always stinks!

As Betty Freauf recently reminded us, liberals (a.k.a., socialists) are capable of taking controversial positions on controversial matters, where a practice or policy is wrong for one group but perfectly okay for another. As she points out, they’ll complain about oil company profits but have no problem with the “obscene” taxes state and federal governments place on a single gallon of gas. Orwell called this duplicity of thought “doublethink” and “doublespeak.” God calls it lying.

At the end of my last NWVs article, I said that if the Lord does not intend to come for his Church before he destroys this country, I pray he’ll come get me first because I don’t want to see my country destroyed. A few concerned readers thought I was giving up, that I was going to quit writing and fall on my sword. Neither.

I have to write to keep my sanity in this insane world – even if no one reads my articles or my books, and even if the “big boys” in the Tea Party movement, other online conservative magazines or the Constitution Party don’t appreciate what I write or endorse my books.

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To those concerned folks who wrote me then and may write me now, I thank you for your concern and ask that you pray for that revival and, if you think about it, pray for me. I’ve never been an “I told you so” kind of guy, which is another reason I’d rather not watch my country receive its overdue divine judgment. It will be hard for me to help pick up the pieces and start over while looking in the faces of those I tried to warn.

Moreover, this old soldier will far less tolerant of socialists, progressives, corporatists and communitarianists, whom I already see, not as my political adversaries but my domestic enemies.

The inevitable breakup of the U.S. will not be a tea party.

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R.C. Murray is a disabled veteran and former public school teacher. He left a good job as a technical writer for a satellite manufacturer in order to teach high school English, only to immediately be told he could not expect, much less require his students to read their literature assignments. After four years of fighting The System and having a stroke then a mini-stroke, he decided he was safer in the airborne infantry and returned to being a technical writer for a military contractor.

He has also dedicated the rest of his life to exhorting parents about what�s really going on in their local public school, the one they think is a good school. R.C. Murray is the author of two books, Golden Knights: History of the U.S. Army Parachute Team and most recently, Legally STUPiD: Why Johnny doesn�t have to read.











Smart people are supposed to know this, but in a speech to Republicans and Tea Party supporters in New Orleans, April 10, Ron Paul defended Obama on a legal technicality, saying he wasn’t a socialist.