Sunday, 5 January 2014

Fwd: Obama Supporting Rolling Stone Magazine Calls for Full-Blown Communism in America

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Rolling Stone Magazine Calls for Full-Blown Communism in America

January 5, 2014 By Matthew Burke

Rolling Stone magazine pushes Communism.

Far-left rag Rolling Stone, well-known as a water-carrier for the Obama regime, has officially called for fundamentally transforming the USA into the USSR, insisting on utopian government mandates that would make Josef Stalin proud.

In an article that exhibits unfathomable unicorn-believing naiveté and unlimited faith in big government as lord, god and savior, the article, which starts out lamenting about the still terrible Obama economy, recommends five items that should be fought for by the "especially hard-hit" millennial generation:

1.  Guaranteed Work for Everybody
2.  Social Security for All
3.  Take Back the Land
4.  Make Everything Owned by Everybody
5.  A Public Bank in Every State 

Karl Marx would be so proud! It's surprising they left out putting a gold bar on the doorstep each morning that each citizen could wake up to.  

Under "Guaranteed Work for Everybody," Rolling Stone writes:

Unemployment blows. The easiest and most direct solution is for the government to guarantee that everyone who wants to contribute productively to society is able to earn a decent living in the public sector.

Of course there are ways to accomplish this, and it's been tried in communist countries before. We could pay one person to dig a hole, and pay another person to fill it. Or, playing on the Broken Window Fallacy, we could pay kids to throw rocks through windows. That would definitely provide some work for the glass and window industries. That would produce absolutely nothing beneficial for society. We could also just print trillions of dollars ad infinitum, paying people not to work (Wait a minute, we're already doing that). 

Under the second  Rolling Stones' recommendation to give us a government mandated fair and just society, Social Security for All, it even get progressively worse: 

But let's think even bigger. Because as much as unemployment blows, so do jobs. What if people didn't have to work to survive? Enter the jaw-droppingly simple idea of a universal basic income, in which the government would just add a sum sufficient for subsistence to everyone's bank account every month. A proposal along these lines has been gaining traction in Switzerland, and it's starting to get a lot of attention here, too.

The article goes on to articulate, in this fairy dust laden Marxist Utopia, where money grows on trees like Washington State apples (and this sort of defeat's the purpose of the article's first proposal), that pajama boy types should be able to lay around in Mommy's basement, playing Dungeons and Dragens all day, sipping on cocoa, and still get a government check every month, because after all, "as much as unemployment blows, so do jobs."

In the third plank, "Take Back the Land" (as if pajama boy owned any previously land that he/she can repossess), the Rolling Stone writer explains to us that "landlords blow," and that "they don't really do anything to earn their money." And the landlord, in the writer's "mind" didn't buy the property with their own money, money they worked for, but instead simply "just claim ownership and charge people who actually work for a living." Ownership of property is seen as getting a "free ride." Yet, somehow, paying people not to work, or confiscating money from someone who did the work, and redistributing it to someone who didn't, is somehow seen as noble rather than what it is, theft and plunder. 

This is nothing but a ruse to institute the communist's dream of destroying all private property, or as the first plank of Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto says, 

1. Abolition of private property and the application of all rents of land to public purposes. 

As absurd as this sounds, it actually goes along nicely with Liar-in-Chief,  Barack Obama's famous appalling communist line he spew to business owners: "If you've got a business, you didn't build that. Somebody else made that happen." The useful idiots and dupes that accepted this anti-American rhetoric seemingly includes Rolling Stone. They swallowed it hook, line, hammer and sickle. Rolling Stone cannot even pass this radically Marxist call to action to a rogue, lone writer. It was tweeted from their official Twitter account along with the insistence that "here are five urgent economic actions that millenials should be fighting for."





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