What Socialism Is

September 13, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

What Socialism Is.

Socialism is collective ownership, the denial of individual property rights, and is patently evil.  Socialist ideology has brought such misery to humanity, over 150,000,000 souls were killed last century due to socialist governments…and that is just those due to wars, police action, and outright collectivist starvation.  Other deaths due to socialist dogma, such as health care rationing, abortion, euthanasia, eugenics, and the like are not calculated, but if they were the figure could easily reach over 200,000,000 (that’s 200 million).
200 million in less than 100 years.  That trumps every single previous empire, slave action, or mercantilist ideology period.  Although it has been calculated that the Islamic empires have killed over 300 million, that’s in the context of 1300 years, not 100.
In comparison, the 200-300 yr-Inquisition has been calculated to have killed 3000.  Yes, that’s right, the massive amount of 3,000 (mind you, it was secular authorities that did the executing, not the Catholic Church).  Heck that’s just a dinner party of killing to a socialist.  But when one discusses some of the darker moments in history, socialism skates, while The Inquisition fills many with horror.
Socialism is as close to pure evil as one can find in the annals of human history.
B. Hussein O., or Barry Soetoro, was once a member of The New Socialist Party of America.
I’m just sayin….
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