The threat of socialism (always as far and as close as the house across the street)

It is not uncommon to find those who, to defend socialism, separate it from communism as if they were poles apart, or at least distant. “It is not the same” is his fragile shield, his childish justification of inevitable Marxist essence.

English 14 de mayo de 2023 Luis Leonel Leon Luis Leonel Leon
socialismo casa enfrente
socialismo casa enfrente

How often have we not heard that the problems of the left are a consequence of the right and that they can only be solved once the request is annihilated or turned into an amorphous, useless, transcended forgotten center?

And it is not a banality. It is an express objective, the same in the intellectual and propaganda manuals as in the speeches, accentuated with a face of circumstance, of the rendering of accounts of the left, and in even more unfortunate cases, of the left wing, which is nothing other than the current unbridled metastasis of Marxism, no longer cultural, but pedestrian, even if it is cooked in universities.

Vulgar Marxism, I prefer to call it, is what has led the dictatorships of 21st-century Socialism to gain ground in Latin America and which, unfortunately, has crept into Spain with specimens such as the podemites, violent disciples, not poorly paid but scoundrels, of the charisma.

EVEN THOUGH THEY ARE LIES, THE POSTULATES OF SOCIALISM FIND OUT STRONGLY IN RESENTMENT, ENVY, AND THE MOST CHILDISH DISAGREEMENT

Even if they are lies, the postulates of Socialism have a substantial impact on resentment, envy, and the most childish discontent, making people, dissatisfied with something that sometimes they even know what it is, lash out at themselves. My country, Cuba, is an unbeatable example.

We cannot ignore the fact that the left is born and becomes strong as a subversion -that is, its leitmotif- against a set of conservative values ​​of the achievements of Western civilization, which over time was baptized as "the right," and that today, thanks to the copious and constant advertising discourse of the left, they have ended up being seen as unfavorable, outdated values, not very positive in the best of cases, if compared with what the "humane and progressive" agenda promises and never fulfills. From the left. Another lie became macabre repetition (or perversion) and therefore assumed by many people as "the truth." It is symptomatic that it is always a question of truth not yet reached. A commendable project, but not achieved because -no more- of the right.

WE LIVE IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION, AND THERE IS NOTHING MORE GLOBALIZING THAN SOCIALISM

It is and will be so. By its very nature, the left will always argue that the big problems in the world are the product of the right. And they will never be able to stop promising, while stealing millions of applause, that the future belongs entirely to Socialism be it radical, Nordic, more or less orthodox social democrat, Latin American, or even Islamic. It doesn't matter; we live in an era of globalization.

And although we cannot forget that globalization is not the same as globalism, it is worth insisting that there is nothing more globalizing and, of course, globalizing (which is harmful) than Socialism. It is no coincidence that globalism is the new face and the new strategic path of the Socialist International, which marks the most dangerous and tricky course of our insufferable postmodernity.

The same happens with the violent actions of the left (purges, executions, concentration camps, mass extermination); they will always be mere reactions to defend their "high ideals," not only before some "bad actions of the right" but also against a coexistence that real Socialism is not willing to accept, although history has shown its need for a suitable opposite. The global left, from communist regimes to social democracy, each and every one of its creators and various transmitters, will never recognize that the key to its failed thesis emerges in its very essence: its existence (supposed achievements, errors, mischief, accidents). It is due to the existence of the right, whose values ​​are radically opposed. After this ideological and communicational boxing, what remains is the totalitarian state.

THE LEFT IS THE PRODUCT OF THE SUBVERSION OF THE RIGHT'S VALUES. THIS IS HOW IT WAS BORN AND IS MAINTAINED THANKS TO MARKETING

The right, according to the left, must be exterminated. Let's not forget that the left is the product of the subversion of the values ​​of the request. This is how it was born, and it is maintained thanks to the marketing of this essentially chimerical speech, but with a tremendous demagogic punch.

And what will Socialism bring (or communism, which according to its postulates, is the highest status to which human beings can aspire)? They will first tell you that it will guarantee education and health for all, a planned economy, and an unparalleled welfare state. In short, paradise on earth. Nice words and lovely promises. But the reality is that those who have lived through Socialism know very well what comes closest to describing hell. That's why they escape by millions.

MARK J. PERRY WARNINGS THAT SOCIALISM DECEIVES PEOPLE WITH A SEDUCTIVE OFFER: "GIVE UP A LITTLE OF YOUR FREEDOM, AND I'LL GIVE YOU A LITTLE MORE SECURITY.

"It is essential (increasingly) to rescue the brief and sharp essay. Why did socialism fail?, where the American Mark J. Perry warns that socialism deceives people with a seductive offer: "Give up a little of your freedom, and I'll give you a little more security." The economics professor recalls, "The experience of this century has shown that the deal is tempting, but it is not worth it. We end up losing both our freedom and our security." As written in 1995, after the fall of the communist bloc in the East, the title appears in the past tense, but the situations and judgments it exposes also speak of the present.

It is not uncommon to find those who, to defend Socialism, separate it from communism as if they were poles apart or at least distant. "It's not the same" is his fragile shield, his childish justification of inevitable Marxist essence.

But by taking our noses out of their harmful propaganda and feeling the reality, we see the differences (of context, of staging, not of a script, much less of sap and pretensions) between communism and real Socialism, despite utopias Pseudo-philosophical, they are nothing more than a semantic, historical game to make matters worse, whose purpose is to keep the circus entertained. Since bread is so slight that it is rarely enough, the docile word has to play its socialist role: confuse and indoctrinate. The hand -hairy, it is said- on the left is long—more than many believe.

For a long time, the world has been about left and right. Although the press wants to alleviate it and even the academy, it is a fact. And we already see what happens when Perry and many others who try to alert those who have not suffered Socialism in their own flesh are not read.

Ignoring history is the worst mistake of any generation. This has been going on for ages. The left has practically taken over education, culture, and communications. The right (or its neighbors) should urgently understand that not heeding these warnings is precisely what keeps the left, the pleasant and disastrous Socialism, like an erupting volcano, threatening, always as far away and as close as the house in front. And it's not a good thing.

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