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Saturday, January 1, 2011

About Socialism and Socialists

"The fact of the matter is that the condition of the workers has so improved under a free economy that they do not relish any change, and the theoretical socialists, anxious for votes, have had to change their theory to suit their following."

"Since the individual does not wish to be "elevated," and lays claim to something called rights, the socialist undertakes to prove that the individual does not exist…"
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Source: Mises Daily

1 comment:

The Catalyst said...

The Marxist must prove that the individual doesn't exist so as to permit every draconian pit-of-horror solution they deem "necessary": must de-spiritualize the individual.

You have to be just another object to command in a universe of objects. Marxism comes to represent the triumph of human ego as mind. Deification itself.

Satan ended up in hell because refused to bow before the Divine in the human.

"Not God", Satan said.

And, off to the Inferno he went, where to console himself, Satan remembers the curse by God as his last contact with God.

Curse: comes from "corsus contra solem"- a course against the sun.

Nice selection of an article. Hope I wasn't too abstract.

Happy New Year.

Roy