We Are in a Fight to the Death
We are in a war between two groups of people with two different mindsets and two different philosophies of life. And it’s actually a spiritual war between the followers of Jesus Christ and the followers of Karl Marx.
Joseph Goebbels was Hitler’s Minister of Propaganda during World War II. And he let the cat out of the bag when he said this:
“What does Christianity mean today? National Socialism is a religion. All we lack is a religious genius capable of uprooting outmoded religious practices and putting new ones in their place.
We lack traditions and ritual. One day soon National Socialism will be the religion of all Germans. My party is my church, and I believe I serve the Lord best if I do his will, and liberate my oppressed people from the fetters of slavery. That is my gospel.
The war we are fighting until victory or the bitter end is in its deepest sense a war between Christ and Marx. Christ: the principle of love. Marx: the principle of hate.”
His boss, Adolph Hitler said, “Basicly, National Socialism and Marxism are the same thing.” So, now we know that the Nazis’ religion was Marxism. Our domestic enemies, the Marxists call themselves as Democratic Socialists and Progressives, instead of Communists. But they’re doing their best to fulfill the provisions of the Communist Manifesto in America.
They seek to eliminate all private propery, and all inheritance rights. They seek to eliminate the nuclear family. They seek to bankrupt the middle class and confiscate all their financial assets. And they seek to install a socialist government that tells everyone what to do, what to say, what to eat, and what to think. Other than that, they’re okay.
The pursuit of happiness is the freedom to follow our dreams and to earn money doing it. America provides everyone with an equal opportunity to do that. The Marxists seek to provide an equal outcome for everyone — the equal sharing of misery.
Alexis de Tocqueville explained the essential difference between democracy and socialism in the following quote:
“Democracy extends the sphere of individual freedom, socialism restricts it. Democracy attaches all possible value to each man; socialism makes each man a mere agent, a mere number. Democracy and socialism have nothing in common but one word: equality. But notice the difference: while democracy seeks equality in liberty, socialism seeks equality in restraint and servitude.”