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Quotes About Socialism (marxism, liberalism, progressivism, communism, democrats and FASCISTS)


Yes, they are all the same today.  Enemies of Freedom, Liberty, Human Rights, Civil Rights and ENEMIES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.  They’ve all joined up to create a pulsating mass of MAGGOTS sucking the life out of this once great Nation.

“Socialism is the philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy.”
Winston Churchill, 1948

“Any society that gives up liberty to gain security deserves neither and loses both.”
Benjamin Franklin, 1775

“War made the state, and the state made war.”
Charles Tilly, 1975. Reflections on the History of European State-Making.

“We are socialists, we are enemies of today’s capitalistic economic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance, and we are determined to destroy this system under all conditions.”
Adolf Hitler, Leader of the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, Speech on May 1 1927

“The common features of all collectivist systems may be described as the deliberate organization of the labours of society for a definite social goal. In many ways this puts the basic issue very clearly. And it directs us at once to the point where the conflict arises between individual freedom and collectivism. The various kinds of communism, fascism, etc., differ between themselves in the nature of the goal towards which they want to direct all efforts of society. But they all differ from individualism in wanting to organize the whole of society and all its resources for this unitary end, and in refusing to recognize autonomous spheres in which the ends of individuals are supreme.
Friedrich August von Hayek, The Road To Serfdom

“We have gone through a period when too many children and people have been given to understand “I have a problem, it is the Government’s job to cope with it!” or “I have a problem, I will go and get a grant to cope with it!”, “I am homeless, the Government must house me!” and so they are casting their problems on society, and who is society? There is no such thing! There are individual men and women and there are families; no government can do anything except through people, and people look to themselves first.”
Margaret Thatcher, Interview as Prime Minister of the UK

“The usual terminology of political language is stupid. What is ‘left’ and what is ‘right’? Why should Hitler be ‘right’ and Stalin, his temporary friend, be ‘left’? Who is ‘reactionary’ and who is ‘progressive’? Reaction against an unwise policy is not to be condemned. And progress towards chaos is not to be commended. Nothing should find acceptance just because it is new, radical, and fashionable. ‘Orthodoxy’ is not an evil if the doctrine on which the ‘orthodox’ stand is sound. Who is anti-labor, those who want to lower labor to the Russian level, or those who want for labor the capitalistic standard of the United States? Who is ‘nationalist,’ those who want to bring their nation under the heel of the Nazis, or those who want to preserve its independence?”
Ludwig Heinrich Edler von Mises, Interventionism: An Economic Analysis

“In Germany and Italy the Nazis and Fascists did indeed not have much to invent. […] It was not the Fascists but the socialists who began to collect children from the tenderest age into political organizations to make sure that they grew up as good proletarians. […] The means which the old socialist parties had successfully employed to secure the support of one occupation group – the raising of their relative economic position – cannot be used to secure the support of all. There are bound to arise rival socialist movements that appeal to the support of those whose relative position is worsened. There is a great deal of truth in the often heard statement that Fascism and National Socialism are a sort of middle-class socialism – only that in Italy and Germany the supporters of these new movements were economically hardly a middle class any longer. It was to a large extent a revolt of a new under-privileged class against labour aristocracy which the industrial labour movement had created. […] The conflict between the Fascist or National-Socialist and the older socialist parties must indeed be very largely regarded as the kind of conflict which is bound to arise between rival socialist factions. There was no difference between them about the question of it being the will of the state which should assign to each person his proper place in society. But there were, as there always will be, most profound differences about what are the proper places of the different classes and groups. […] Fascism and National-Socialism, on the other hand, grew out of the experience of increasingly regulated society awaking to the fact that democratic and international socialism was aiming at incompatible ideals. Their tactics were developed in a world already dominated by socialist policy and the problems it creates. They had no illusions about the possibility of a democratic solution of problems which require more agreement among people than can be reasonably expected. They had no illusions about the capacity of reason to decide all the questions of the relative importance of wants of different men or groups which planning inevitably raises, or about the formula of equality providing an answer. They knew that the strongest group which rallied enough supporters in favour of a new hierarchical order of society, and which frankly promised privileges to the classes to which it appealed, was likely to obtain the support of all those who were disappointed because they had been promised equality but found that they had merely furthered the interest of a particular class. Above all they were successful because they offered a theory, or Weltanschauung, which seemed to justify the privileges they promised to their supporters.”
Friedrich August von Hayek, The Road To Serfdom

“Socialism itself can hope to exist only for brief periods here and there, and then only through the exercise of the extremest terrorism. It is preparing itself for rule through fear and is driving the word “justice” into the heads of the half-educated masses like a nail, so as to rob them of their reason and to create in them a good conscience for the evil game they are to play. Socialism can serve to teach – in a truly brutal and impressive fashion – what danger there lies in all accumulations of state power.”
Friedrich Nietzsche, Human, All Too Human

“Among helpful and charitable people one almost always finds that clumsy deceitfulness which first adjusts and adapts him who is to be helped: as if, for example, he “deserved” help, desired precisely their help, and would prove profoundly grateful, faithful and submissive to them in return for all the help he had received – with these imaginings they dispose of those in need as if they were possessions, and are charitable and helpful at all only from a desire for possessions. They are jealous if one frustrates or anticipates them when they want to help. A man who says: “I like this, I take it for my own and mean to protect it and defend it against everyone”, a man who can do something, carry out a decision, remain true to an idea, punish and put down insolence, a man who has his anger and his sword and to whom the weak, suffering, oppressed, and the animals too are glad to submit and belong by nature, in short a man who is by nature a master – when such a man has pity, well! That pity has value! But of what account is the pity of those who suffer, or worse, of those who preach pity.”
Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil

“The burning conviction that we have a holy duty toward others is often a way of attaching our drowning selves to a passing raft. What looks like giving a hand is often a holding on for dear life. Take away our holy duties and you leave our lives puny and meaningless. There is no doubt that in exchanging a self-centered for a selfless life we gain enormously in self-esteem. The vanity of the selfless, even those who practice utmost humility, is boundless.”
Eric Hoffer, The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements

“Yet after [decades] of experience with socialism, it is safe to say that most intellectuals outside the areas – Eastern Europe and the Third World – where socialism has been tried remain content to brush aside what lessons might lie in economics, are unwilling to wonder whether there might not be a reason why socialism, as often as it is attempted, never seems to work out as its intellectual leaders intended.”
Friedrich August von Hayek, The Fatal Conceit: The Errors of Socialism

  1. the unit
    August 1, 2012 at 16:24

    Eat more chicken. Chick-fil-A. Look up Albert Herlongs’s statement in the congressional record at google…for a start…:

    http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/47323

    • August 1, 2012 at 18:46

      I eat NO processed food, including soda. Watch my site in the next few days to expose a ROCKEFELLER FUNDED monsanto scheme, “http://simmental.org/site/ . It’s going to take me some time, but I’ve been harrassed by Kathy S., who “works” for their scheme, enough to want to take those bitches DOWN. Ta-Fucking-da, you BITCH. Yes, I’m talking to YOU Kathy S. Wanna play fire, scarecrow???

      • the unit
        August 1, 2012 at 19:32

        I will be reading.

        I’m with you except…in ’40s Momma processed our chicken dinner…starting with proceeding to chop its head off, or ringing its neck, then the final process of gutting and plucking. Man, we all needed a Coca Cola after all that.🙂

      • August 2, 2012 at 06:41

        HA! I remember that, too! We had chickens, cows and lambs. I was never allowed to name them.

      • the unit
        August 2, 2012 at 09:28

        We had chickens and milk cows and corn, melons, and pears…50 years later… daughter had a goat to keep horse company, my little place for me like Dad’s small 80 acres… mine much smaller but just enough on the outskirts of town, so as not to violate some city or county law.

        No names here either…except once in the mid ’40’s we camped on the banks of the Mississippi. That night Dad caught a catfish big as me. Of course later had big cookout…on some kind of smoker or grill…not fried.

        In those days we also speared bullfrogs for food. I really wanted to name the big catfish…Jeremiah was a Bullfrog. 🙂

      • August 2, 2012 at 09:45

        We had horses, cattle, chickens, geese, lambs, sheep, pigs and hogs. I named the big hog, Violet. She was SO mean that she’d eat the baby piglets and tear down fences to get to the other animals. We used to throw our empty soda cans down from the hayloft and she’d eat them. When we finally butchered her all we could do with the meat was make sausage. She was about the size of a large couch.

      • the unit
        August 2, 2012 at 12:53

        And thanks for sharing the memories. Come to think of it Granddad did keep a hog at Dad’s place. I’m sure it finally went down the family gullet, and beyond…kinda like the cow pies. Imagine with all that pork fat…78 for Granddad in ’50…87 for ole Dad in ’98. There wasn’t no hydrogenated oil…still continuing the lard ass genes.🙂

      • August 2, 2012 at 13:00

        Ah yes. We also drank raw milk, straight from the cow. Didn’t even skim the cream off the top. We grew or raised everything we consumed and I’ve never had weight issues. Bacon, eggs, raw milk, steaks….. My cholesterol has always been extremely low. It’s all about exercise and staying away from junk food, processed food and soda pop. Lots of red wine, garlic and olive oil helps too!😉

      • the unit
        August 2, 2012 at 13:50

        Oh yeah…raw milk. Momma did skim some to chun butter. Never forget… about ’46…Dad bought probably the first electric automatic milker…I saw the cow jump over the moon…at least through the barn wall !

        I know it’s against the law in lots of places, but locally we can still buy milk staight from the farm, if they don’t advertise , just at our market. Um Um…Good.

  2. genomega1
    August 1, 2012 at 20:46

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