Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Schwartz Savages Commies Red Years Part One

Schwartz is a world class writer and has a razor sharp mind. Unlike Ducky he recounts the Red Glory era of the 1930 with a candid look at the charachters. Those of us who read about the Era from Steinbeck or in history haiographies miss the subtlties of the era.

Schwartz explains the corporate structure of Communist life. Schartz is well equiped to descibe this life as a former commie himself. Communism was a job for its adherents. There is no independence and all policies come straight from management with zero tolerance for dissent. As in a corporation talentless hacks who are connected often rise through the ranks.

Communism was marketed much like Pepsi as the wave of the future. Deranged sorts like Brown still have not learned from the obvious failures. However Communist themselves were failures in life who needed a cause to make their worthless lives whole. The fact that the cause turned out to be neo slavery was a minor detail.

The era of labor radicalism did contain many abuses by ownership that were real. However Commies looked to exploit those grievences to promote themselves. This is the real reason they organize Peace and illegal alien protests. In many cases the workers suffered due to the trouble caused by agitators.

The chapter also describes Commie finks organizing and aiding revolutions abroad in direct conflict with US law. Commies are quick to denounce the US governments interference but say little about their own busy body tendencies. Moreover nobody elected them to represent us.

The chapter also deals with foreign Commie agents wreaking havoc in the USA before WW2. Communists were a group controlled by a hostile government and sought the violent overthrow of the US government. They were criminals from their inception and despite extensive PR attempts were never idealist as much as cultists and appologists for a genocidal system.

12 comments:

Mr. Ducky said...

Does Scwartz have a first name?

He sounds like a carnival geek but you never know.

Jason_Pappas said...

Communists have always tried to take advantage of people’s ignorance, envy, and hatred. They still do. Only most people realized that the communist “cure” is worse than the disease. The left has lost its dream and has nothing left but its hatred. It is pure nihilism at this point.

beakerkin said...

Ducky

Not only do you know Stephen Schwartz you caused a nasty fight between myself and Schwartz. As usual you responded with your typical Commie Anti Semitic drivel and my response caused a WWF response fron Mr Schwartz.

Shwartz is a brilliant water and you are a decoy

I agree with Jason

Mr. Ducky said...

Beak, is it anti-semitic to call someone a carnival geek? Who knew.

Odd that you an Jason both lack that meta level of intelligence to realize your ignorance and what you do not know that you so disdain in others.

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

The failure of Marxist thinking, or rather what idiot Marxists miscall "thinking," is the idea that history can be reduced to a series of "class struggles," and that in turn these "class struggles" trend toward an elusive Communist "worker's paradise."

Marx's racist screeds were not the first historical example of leftist idiocy. They were preceded in history by the French "revolutionary" Maximilien Robespierre's speech "Justification of the Use of Terror," a treatise with pretty much the same theme as the Communist Manifesto: kill people for "their own good."

A solidly perennial leftist tradition if there ever was one.

The Merry Widow said...

Beak- uppity is now on Dr. Y.'s blog, being a pest. Guess he's making the rounds!

tmw

Mr. Ducky said...

Beamish, anyone who has read Veblen knows this. Got anything useful in your bag of aphorisms?

Russet Shadows said...

Hmm. Veblen was all about class struggle -- are you saying that Veblen was a violently mediocre mind and that you could see the holes in his thinking from a mile away, Ducky? If so, I agree. However, just because Veblen was a poor thinker doesn't mean that people can't benefit from an analysis of Marxism. If that were not true, then every subject in the world would need only one book to explain it.

Warren said...

Duck, got anything useful between your ears?

You've yet to show it.

Why don't you go peal an apple and cry.

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Got anything useful in your bag of aphorisms?

"Humanity has yet to produce an intelligent leftist." - Beamish's Guide To World History, Volume 34, page 783.

The Merry Widow said...

Mr. Pres-elect- Beamish's Guide To World History, snicker!

tmw

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

TMV,

With footnotes, its a 48 volume set. I got tired of updating it at age 9.