The New Marxist Infiltration


Taking USA back from Hammer-Sickle-Swastika

John R. Houk

© April 1, 2013

 

There was a time in America that being a Communist or Marxist sympathizer was an expression of un-American treason. Senator Joseph McCarthy was initially looked upon as an American hero for exposing Soviet-Communism in the U.S. government. After McCarthy’s vigilance began to spill-over into the First Amendment protected Right to believe in Marxist ideology outside of the direct manipulation of the old Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), then Liberal Democrats and Center-Left Republican began an agenda to smear the character and agenda of Senator Joe McCarthy. McCarthy was publically transformed from an American hero into an American witch hunter. Witch hunting of course is viewed as a profession of creating lies to convict people of crimes that really do not exist.

 

For example in the ‘real world’ there is no such thing as witches with supernatural powers to wiggle their noses and speak a few Latin words and create some evil ex nihilo. McCarthy’s agenda was painted as finding Communist spies ex nihilo from influential people that believed in the principles of Karl Marx or flirted with the idea Communist utopianism in their youth out of a dissatisfaction of a Free Market society favoring the opportunity of individuals utilizing hard work for prosperity while the less entrepreneurial and oft time poor people seemed stuck in lower income working class misery.

 

In defense of a Free Market society that experiences the Liberty guaranteed with a Bill of Rights; whether there is Marxist society or a Free Market society there will always be people stuck in low income working class situations. The reality is the low income people in a Free Market society usually have a better life than the Liberty-Less low income people of a Marxist-Socialist society. The innovative prosperity of the few more often provides a better income for the poor in a Free Market world than for the income of the poor in a Marxist-Socialist world.  Scarcity reigns for the poor of Marxist-Socialism and abundance reigns for the poor of Free Market Capitalism.

 

Painting McCarthy as a Communist witch hunter was the beginning of the slow acceptance of stealth Marxism in American society. Organizations like the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU – See Also HERE and HERE) used their Marxist sympathies to aid in the eradication of Christian morals in America which has paved the way to removing prayer from schools, making abortion-murder on demand as a birth control method normal, validating ungodly homosexuality as normal rather than as an abomination toward God, using the tax code to prevent Ministers of the Gospel from endorsing godly political candidates for Office and now the pervasive anti-Christian of entrenched Liberals has emboldened more attacks on Christianity in America.

 

Prayer at public sports events (as in Public Schools and Colleges) or City Council meetings is being attacked with the threat of litigation that Public Schools and small to medium sized cities cannot afford to litigate. In these cases Marxist ideals are infused into our Free Market society ironically because the financial clout of Leftist-minded organizations and individuals can out-fund the local Public Schools or the Local Governments. It is the use of the Free Market to destroy the Free Market Liberty society.

 

It is time to publicly rehabilitate the image of Joe McCarthy where he was correct and to criticize him where he was incorrect on a First Amendment basis. It was evil for the old Soviet Union to infiltrate our government to bring down the U.S. Constitutional government from within. It was wrong for McCarthy to brand people as a threat to the nation because of a mere belief in Marxism. As much as Marxism is against the Liberty principles of initiated by America’s Founding Fathers, it is a First Amendment Right to believe in Marxist principles.

 

And yet when dedicated Marxists utilize Liberty to terminate Liberty via deception to purposefully eradicate the Constitution, we who still believe in Liberty must begin to take a stand even if Marxists have convinced society it is politically incorrect to take public stands that contradict stealth Marxist principles.

 

For example preventing Christianity influencing government is our Constitutional Right. Marxists may take the words of Thomas Jefferson that he wrote to Danbury Baptists that the government has no Right to enfranchise or disenfranchise a Church in the Federal Government; those words are not in the Constitution. Not only that, but Jefferson was not one of the principle framers of the Constitution.

 

Another example is the use of a Left-minded Judiciary to redefine the Constitution as a Living parchment in which it can be interpreted according to what the Left find culturally relevant in the present. This kind of Judicial fiat creates Law unconstitutionally. The Constitution that frames the three branches of government that exist with checks and balances under the concept that not any government branch has absolute power limits the Judiciary to only interpreting Law and NOT Bench-Legislating Law.

 

The Constitution insures that a duly elected Congress and the sovereign States make the Law with the President signing off or vetoing legislation and with the duly elected Congress having the expanded privilege to override a Presidential veto. The sovereign State’s Right in this Constitutional process is the required percentage to ratify Constitutional Amendments that Amends a section of the Constitution or adds to the Constitution. In which the Judiciary has no power to terminate a State approved Amendment.

 

Marxist utopians such as our President Obama and the Dems intend to use the Living Constitution deception to terminate portions of the Constitution and current Amendments to mean something not Originally Intended (See Also HERE) as the Law.

 

And this is where the accusation that our President is a Manchurian Candidate comes into play:

 

The Manchurian Candidate (1959), by Richard Condon, is a political thriller novel about the son of a prominent US political family who is brainwashed into being an unwitting assassin for a Communist conspiracy.

 

The novel has been adapted twice into a feature film by the same title, in 1962 and again in 2004. (Wikipedia)

 

I am not such a Conspiracy Theorist that I believe President Obama is a brainwashed individual from a Communist nation. The international vision of Soviet-Communism collapsed at the dissolution of the USSR into separate sovereign nations shedding off the hegemony of a Russian dominated Communist government. The only other Communist Super Power that still exists is more interested in its National Interests that the global domination of Maoist-Marxist world. The People’s Republic of China (Red China) is interested in regional hegemony and confronting other powers that may conflict with those regional National Interests. For Red China that may include a wary eye on Russia as much as on the USA. It is only when Russia’s and China’s National Interest intersect in keeping the USA at bay do Russia and China appear as friends against the USA.

 

I am such a Conspiracy Theorist that President Obama is involved in some sort of nefarious Marxism to change American culture to seem closer to Marxist utopianism rather than our Founding Fathers’ concept of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness based on a combination of Christian Morality and Greco-Roman political thought.

 

Whether or not Obama’s Marxist-Socialist utopianism is based on the individual precepts he developed from the Marxist influence of family and mentors OR from a network of stealth Marxist Global Elitists is something I cannot put my finger on. Whether Obama’s change agenda is individual or networked is irrelevant. That which is relevant is Obama has a Gramsci-like agenda to transform America away from its roots into a Communist utopia in the near future or to create a foundation for future Marxist-Elitist to build on.

 

That is what makes President Barack Hussein Obama a Manchuria Candidate.

 

VIDEO: The Manchurian President

 

The inspiration for these thoughts is an article by Kris Zane found at Western Center for Journalism (WCJ) entitled – you got it – The Manchurian Candidate.

 

JRH 4/1/13

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  2. People like you really give Christians and conservative voters a bad name. You’re so preoccupied with trying to frighten the uninformed; using misinterpreted information, taken out of context, in an attempt to “factualize” your opinions and manipulate people into your corner. You, like so many, just want everyone to share your points of view, and any who object or differ in their opinions, are labeled as un-American, Marxist sympathizers, or atheistic, baby-killing, sinners seeking to repress your religious rights–despite the Christian Right’s use of lobbyists and manipulation of the Supreme Court to force everyone to comply with their values whether everyone agrees with them or not. Frankly, I find such blatantly fascist thinking to be far more damaging to society than a few Socialistic programs designed to improve the country as a whole which are not centered around simply pleasing Christians. The Bible is not the only book in the world, and it would behoove you and your readers to rely on more than a religious tome for their opinions.

    • Prove me wrong rather than unwarranted condemnation. I back up this article with facts not factualizations. I dare you to prepare a comment that is not pure unsubstantiated Left Wing propaganda.

  3. What facts? You haven’t cited any credible source material, and in academia, science and journalism, without a credible source, your opinions are simply that. In fact, every “source” you’ve used–with the exception of a Wiki article about a work of fiction–are also ultra-right-wing, conservative, Christian blogs, that are no more credible than you are. Why should I engage in a childish “dare” when you have wasted an entire page pontificating about a subject for which you needed more than six other unsubstantiated articles, from biased sources, to formulate? Frankly, my condemnation is completely justified given that you cannot seem to find any scholarly material to back up your nonsensical and unjustifiably arrogant ramblings.

    • Spoken like a true Left Wing propagandist that can’t accept reality in favor of the myth of Marxist Utopianism. Never believe the disinformation of Left oriented blogs, atheist pundits, Christian-haters and their ilk. Bryan just because it is Conservative does not mean it is not scholarly.

      • And just because it is Conservative, doesn’t automatically make it fact.

        A true Left-Wing propagandist, you say? Where did you deduce that from? I haven’t been writing any propaganda here, nor am I the one with a pseudo-political blog. All I have done is point out that your opinions are simply being rehashed from sources that are biased, prejudiced, and therefore unreliable, and I have expressed how damaging such blind obedience can be. In fact, I haven’t been preaching any specific religion or political ideology. For all you know, I might be a conservative, a Republican and/or a Christian myself, but your blatant and inexcusable ignorance have conditioned you into assuming what I am, and what my motivations are, without checking your facts; the very thing that I accused you of in writing this article.

        And additionally, you have evaded backing up your opinions by trying to distract me with personal attacks. In my experience, this is the juvenile and desperate tactic of one who is incapable of articulating their own convictions, because, in truth, they have none. Instead, you have handed over the yoke of your intellect and joined the sheep; relying on being given your opinions instead of ruminating objectively and forming your own conclusions. Like your blissful peers, your only recourse, when confronted with dissension, is to lash out in an effort to deviate from the point. Thus, maintiaining (in your own mind, anyway) that you hold the high ground; that you are right and the other is wrong. This is nothing but a tiresome exercise in futility, and one which I refuse to take any more part in.

        I hope that one day you will mature and be able to think for yourself, but until then, “baa-baa”

    • Bryan:

      “A true Left-Wing propagandist, you say? Where did you deduce that from? “

      John:

      The answer is simple: It is true.

      Bryan:

      “I haven’t been writing any propaganda here, nor am I the one with a pseudo-political blog. All I have done is point out that your opinions are simply being rehashed from sources that are biased, prejudiced, and therefore unreliable, and I have expressed how damaging such blind obedience can be. In fact, I haven’t been preaching any specific religion or political ideology. For all you know, I might be a conservative, a Republican and/or a Christian myself, but your blatant and inexcusable ignorance have conditioned you into assuming what I am, and what my motivations are, without checking your facts; the very thing that I accused you of in writing this article.”

      John:

      Actually my opinions are my own. What you call “rehashed” I call agreement. If you don’t agree with me I don’t have a problem with that. The 1st Amendment definitely provides you that right. You claim haven’t been “preaching,” yet my so-called “blatant ignorance” is derived from your own words written in your first criticism:

      “People like you really give Christians and conservative voters a bad name. You’re so preoccupied with trying to frighten the uninformed; using misinterpreted information, taken out of context, in an attempt to “factualize” your opinions and manipulate people into your corner. You, like so many, just want everyone to share your points of view, and any who object or differ in their opinions, are labeled as un-American, Marxist sympathizers, or atheistic, baby-killing, sinners seeking to repress your religious rights–despite the Christian Right’s use of lobbyists and manipulation of the Supreme Court to force everyone to comply with their values whether everyone agrees with them or not. Frankly, I find such blatantly fascist thinking to be far more damaging to society than a few Socialistic programs designed to improve the country as a whole which are not centered around simply pleasing Christians. The Bible is not the only book in the world, and it would behoove you and your readers to rely on more than a religious tome for their opinions.”

      In your first criticism you displayed your point on the political spectrum the accusation of “… uninformed ; using misinterpreted information” certainly demonstrates you are not a Conservative and not a Bible believing Christian. Such accusations with the claim that if the source is Conservative then it is erroneous, is simply an ad hominem to misdirect readers to believe non-Conservative sources are reliable. Looking at the continuous lies and obfuscation of investigation from Obama simply proves that Conservative data is more reliable just not convenient for Leftist idealists. And trust me if Conservative and Christian Right activists didn’t lobby, that would leave Congress and the Courts to listen to Left Wing lobbyists who desire to transform America away from Constitutional Originalism and the influence of Christianity in America’s history and Founding. If you are a Biblical Christian the Bible is the ONLY book. Yep, that is my opinion; nevertheless there are many in agreement with me. Just like there are Muslims who swear by the Quran or Left Wingers influenced (wittingly or unwittingly) by “Das Kapital”.

      Bryan:

      “And additionally, you have evaded backing up your opinions by trying to distract me with personal attacks. In my experience, this is the juvenile and desperate tactic of one who is incapable of articulating their own convictions, because, in truth, they have none. Instead, you have handed over the yoke of your intellect and joined the sheep; relying on being given your opinions instead of ruminating objectively and forming your own conclusions.”

      John:

      Hmmm… I find it interesting that you find my initial comment to your first comment as “personal attack”:

      “Spoken like a true Left Wing propagandist that can’t accept reality in favor of the myth of Marxist Utopianism. Never believe the disinformation of Left oriented blogs, atheist pundits, Christian-haters and their ilk. Bryan just because it is Conservative does not mean it is not scholarly.”

      Although I didn’t use your words, “…un-American, Marxist sympathizers, or atheistic, baby-killing, sinners…” I do concur that critics of American Exceptionalism, political ideologies Left of Center, atheists and baby-killers (i.e. pro-abortion people) represent the opposite of the American Way. Here’s some good old fashioned infantile non-intellectualism for you – think the man of steel: Truth, Justice and the American Way. You can only regard this as a personal attack if you good with anti-Americanism, Marxist-Socialist principle, atheism, abortionists and people that justify a non-Biblical lifestyle. If you are good with that then I guess I personally attacked you. I am a fan of objectivity but I am a larger fan of Grace by Faith. “Grace by Faith” is absolutely subjective and places one’s belief system on what is unseen (not objectively provable) than that which is seen (objective provable evidence). I have formed my conclusions from ruminating on God’s Word in the Holy Bible. I realize objectively you consider that my opinion; nonetheless I consider the Bible Truth and Reality. Here’s some blind faith slavery for you to ruminate on (sorry, can’t help it):

      8 This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate in it day and night, that you may observe to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success. (Joshua 1: 8 NKJV)

      17 “Do not think that I came to destroy the Law or the Prophets. I did not come to destroy but to fulfill. 18 For assuredly, I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, one jot or one tittle will by no means pass from the law till all is fulfilled. 19 Whoever therefore breaks one of the least of these commandments, and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven; but whoever does and teaches them, he shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven. (Matthew 5: 17-19 NKJV)

      In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.2 He was in the beginning with God. 3 All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made. 4 In Him was life, and the life was the light of men. 5 And the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not comprehend[a] it.

      14 And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth. (John 1: 1-5, 14 NKJV)

      16 For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ,[a] for it is the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes, for the Jew first and also for the Greek. 17 For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith to faith; as it is written, “The just shall live by faith.”[b]

      18 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who suppress the truth in unrighteousness, 19 because what may be known of God is manifest in them, for God has shown it to them. 20 For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse, 21 because, although they knew God, they did not glorify Him as God, nor were thankful, but became futile in their thoughts, and their foolish hearts were darkened. 22 Professing to be wise, they became fools, (Romans 1: 16-22 NKJV)

      16 Therefore we do not lose heart. Even though our outward man is perishing, yet the inward man is being renewed day by day. 17 For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, is working for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory, 18 while we do not look at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen. For the things which are seen are temporary, but the things which are not seen are eternal. (2 Corinthians 4: 16-18 NKJV)

      Bryan if I have handed over the yoke of my intellect and joined the sheep, I am good with that. I am one of the sheep that has chosen to follow the Good Shepherd:

      1 “Most assuredly, I say to you, he who does not enter the sheepfold by the door, but climbs up some other way, the same is a thief and a robber. 2 But he who enters by the door is the shepherd of the sheep. 3 To him the doorkeeper opens, and the sheep hear his voice; and he calls his own sheep by name and leads them out. 4 And when he brings out his own sheep, he goes before them; and the sheep follow him, for they know his voice. 5 Yet they will by no means follow a stranger, but will flee from him, for they do not know the voice of strangers.” 6 Jesus used this illustration, but they did not understand the things which He spoke to them.

      7 Then Jesus said to them again, “Most assuredly, I say to you, I am the door of the sheep. 8 All who ever came before Me[a] are thieves and robbers, but the sheep did not hear them. 9 I am the door. If anyone enters by Me, he will be saved, and will go in and out and find pasture. 10 The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly. (John 10: 1-10 NKJV – but really should read entire chapter)

      Bryan:

      “Like your blissful peers, your only recourse, when confronted with dissension, is to lash out in an effort to deviate from the point. Thus, maintiaining lsic] (in your own mind, anyway) that you hold the high ground; that you are right and the other is wrong. This is nothing but a tiresome exercise in futility, and one which I refuse to take any more part in.

      I hope that one day you will mature and be able to think for yourself, but until then, “baa-baa””

      John:

      Come on Bryan … Talk about deviating from the point and presenting a personal attack. This is what I meant by Left Wing propaganda. Your refutation is a futility in disinformation followed by the classic Liberal “… I refuse to take any more part in.” Followed by your closing sentence calling immature because I see more facts in Conservative talking points and more truth in Christ finishing with the classic sheeple pejorative of “baa-baa”.

      Now if that isn’t the height of Left Wing hypocrisy then I will take the moral high ground and pray for you.

      • Ignoring this circular contest of who is more credible, I’ll give you some of my own conclusions:

        In a church, people donate or tithe money into a collective account for the use and benefit of that church community and for the global community of that particular denomination. Parishioners donate their time in an effort to improve the church and improve the individuals who attend. They work in the surrounding communities for the benefit of the less fortunate. They travel to surrounding areas and other countries to spread their Word so that more church communities will be formed, and the global collective of their Faith will grow. All of this they claim for the benefit of one another, and for mankind, without the expectation of gaining status or accumulating wealth. Seeking to create a Utopia free from the evils of greed, where war no longer exists because the wicked no longer rule. Where everyone shares the same morals and laws, where happiness abounds, and mankind prospers in a humble equilibrium.

        Marxism too expresses this ideal, but when Marx & Engels and Lenin & Trotsky wrote and strove for it, they did so at a time when selfish men corrupted religion (I.e. Rasputin) who manipulated aristocracy who, in turn, ruled by their class and by their selfish interests and ran entire nations into the ground. Marxists of the day singled out religion as the culprit and sought to do away with it entirely; an extreme and unpopular aspiration, perhaps even more in today’s world. This, in part, is why so many are frightened of Marxism. Upper classes too fear losing what they have, what they feel they have earned and deserve. They feel a sense of elitism and superiority in what they have accumulated and think that an equal distribution of resources, and an equal share in labor and responsibility will be the downfall of society because no one can profit more than another.

        But I find too much alike in Christian and Marxist philosophy. They both strive for a global community of equality and mutual effort; of selflessness and collective achievement; of a lack of material accumulation and a focus on universal improvement. Community churches being an example of this idealism.

        However, one cannot fail to see how Christianity has also played a damaging role in the condition of country and the world. There is a staggering amount of selfishness, greed, coercion, hate, spiteful rhetoric, violence, oppression and libel on the part of so-called “Christian interest groups” and on the part of a few churches in the US and elsewhere. Such behavior seems, to me anyway, to be counter to Biblical philosophy and, as you put it, a “biblical lifestyle”.

        And that brings me to another thought, from your “only book”:

        John 13:34-35 New International Version (NIV), [although I think the entire chapter would be appropriate]:

        (34) “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. (35) By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”

        I cannot find anywhere in the Bible where Jesus said that Christians must be arrogant and hate and oppress, coerce and use fear to ensure that mankind shares the same morality. After all, how can one claim to live by truth and justice and morality through force. But I suppose that such actions are also similar to early Marxism; believing that change can only be achieved through violence and revolution. If this is the “moral high ground” of which you speak, then I leave you to it, and ask that you not waste your prayers on me, but save them for yourself.

  4. Soviet Marxist-Communism vision of Global Community was the Murder of all people and cultural ideals that deviated from totalitarian control. The USSR murdered over 61 MILLION people from 1917 to 1987 (https://www.hawaii.edu/powerkills/NOTE4.HTM). This was all justified specifically by Marxist-Leninist-Stalinist ideology to transform a new world order for the poor under privileged workers.

    As you noted in John 13:34-35 the basis of Christianity is love. Indeed God so loved this lost world that He gave His ONE and only SON that all that voluntarily and willingly chose to believe in the Risen Lord will be Saved. Those who voluntarily and willingly choose not to believe are condemned. A free choice unlike like Communist revolutionary ideology is not arrogant. Indeed, rather than the convert or die edict of Islam, Christianity seeks mercy, grace and forgiveness that is extended through a human being’s entire natural life. It is in the Last Judgement when the Book of Life is opened to see who believes is when Redemptive Salvation or Condemnation is established. Now certainly from the days that Constantine the Great made Christianity a State religion people have been killed wrongly in the name of Christ. I say contrary because it was in direct contradiction of presenting the Gospel and offering a choice.

    You viewing the Holy Scripture as arrogant is purely looking on the wicked actions of leaders (mostly early divine right kings) to use Christianity as a unifying ideology rather than the intention of the Son of God for the plan of Redemption.

    The arrogance lays in Left Wing ideology removing choice as a matter of political policy to force or lie about the purpose of Christ with historical distortions rather than the Word of God. That is arrogance.

    • Firstly, I’ve continued commentary on your ping back before reading this.

      Secondly, I’ll say that the murder which you have noted was not in the name of Marxist or Leninist ideology. It was in the name of Stalinist ideology, which deviates considerably from classical Marxism. In fact, Stalin seized control of the Communist Party in Russia, following Lenin’s death, exiled his primary opponent, Leon Trotsky, and had him assassinated. He also eliminated Lenin’s “New Economic Policy”, which was more capitalism-oriented, and designed to help rebuild Russia following the First World War, replacing it with his own vision of state economy and began the Great Purge: a mass series of executions in order to eliminate his opposition. These are just some of the acts which established a dictatorial communism in the USSR; an extreme departure from classical Marxism. Stalin, like Hitler, is a classic example of a power hungry opportunist who places their selfish interests ahead of the collective good.

      As for the arrogance mentioned above:

      To clarify, I’d like to know where I said that “Holy Scripture is arrogant”. Surely the arrogance which I implied was not directed at the Bible, but at the many Christians who use the Bible to defend their personal arrogance. Incidentally, this is founded in their desire to eliminate choice (i.e. gay marriage, abortion, use of contraception, etc.) through a sense of moral superiority. Certainly, there are extremists on the Left, but you cannot fail to ignore extremism on the Right. As I mentioned in my comment on the other article, is it not hypocrisy to accuse another ideology for oppression, and then attempt oppression with your own? Is it not arrogant to attempt to enforce religious laws on those who are not of that faith? Are there not Christians seeking to achieve that unifying ideology through politics?

      As I said above, I see many similarities to the Communism you bemoan and the acts of many modern Christians. Would you say that they are living according to biblical teaching? Do you endorse their behavior?

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