July 13, 2024
History Has Shown That Socialism Isn’t the Cure
Sometimes the naive and disaffected must relearn that their pie-in-the sky socialist medicine is far worse than the perceived malady of inequality.
Sometimes the naive and disaffected must relearn that their pie-in-the sky socialist medicine is far worse than the perceived malady of inequality.

Multiple forms of socialism, from hard Stalinism to European redistribution, continue to fail.

Russia and China are still struggling with the legacy of genocidal Communism. Eastern Europe still suffers after decades of Soviet-imposed socialist chaos.

Cuba, Nicaragua, North Korea, and Venezuela are unfree, poor, and failed states. Baathism — a synonym for pan-Arabic socialism — ruined the post-war Middle East.

The soft-socialist European Union countries are stagnant and mostly dependent on the U.S. military for their protection.

In contrast, current American deregulation, tax cuts and incentives, and record energy production have given the United States the strongest economy in the world.

So why, then, are two of the top three Democratic presidential contenders — Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren — either overtly or implicitly running on socialist agendas? Why are the heartthrobs of American progressives — Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.), Rashida Tlaib (D., Mich.), and Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.) — calling for socialist redistributionist schemes?

Why do polls show that a majority of American Millennials have a favorable view of socialism?

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See Also:

(1) Bolivia: Protesters cut off mayor’s hair, cover her in red paint and drag her through the streets (Jack: The ruling MAS party is a socialist party.)

(2) Judicial Watch Statement on House Resolution Vote

(3) NY’s pathetic case against Exxon is outrageous abuse of prosecutorial powers

(4) Requiring The Bidens To Testify Would Help Determine If They Thought America Was For Sale

(5) Political realignment bad news for national Democrats’ Great Liberal Utopia

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