I had a young far-left woman ask me to define "fascism". I told her to look it up in the dictionary. But I began wondering if she'd been taught to use one or if it would have been helpful. I decided to help her so I checked it out.

Webster Defines Fascism as a Right-Wing System of Government

I picked up my Webster and sure enough, it says "an authoritarian and nationalistic right-wing system of government and social organization. (In general use) extreme right-wing, authoritarian, or intolerant views or practice...." Our research into totalitarian governments has taught us that form of government is closely aligned with the far-left and Nazism.

Okay. I have a problem with Webster’s definition. I've mentioned previously that I've been collecting old history books. Pre-1950 is my criteria, so I pulled out “America: Its History and People” by Faulkner & Kepner. On page 351 they define Fascism as "an anti-liberal (think Communism or Socialism), which has been called a ‘dictatorship of capitalism’ under the supreme authority of the state.”

Now back to Webster, "right wing" is defined as "the conservative or reactionary section of a political party or system" while a history text books defines it as a “dictatorship of capitalism”.

Noah Webster is probably rolling over in his grave. The last time I checked, we were still a Constitutional Republic. In fact, it seemed to work quite well when the states united under the US Constitution individually elected, through the Electoral College, the sitting President of the United States of America.

America's System of Government

Our dual system of government that delegates certain duties to the federal government and others to the states is one of the protections our founding fathers created, with the help of God, to keep us safe from REAL FASCISM. Further, they created three branches of government to keep all the power out of the hands of a single individual or group of individuals. They left the states free to develop their own systems of government.


The “intolerant views or practices” part is way out of left field.... literally. Our friends on the left slipped that one in for their own benefit, especially since they seem to be the ones who are attempting to define "intolerant" for the rest of us.

Forcing their will on us is, in fact, their fascist approach to creating disorder and disharmony. I have another word I think they should look up. It’s "sedition" against a well thought out Constitution designed to protect their right to rebel. They need to recognize that we have the right to decide they're wrong.

So next time someone calls Trump a fascist, I hope you'll enlighten him or her, because if you don't, who will? And if we don't educate our fellow Americans about the Truth, we risk losing the very thing that protects the rights of those who would do us harm.

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There are two types of communism.

In its pure form "the people" own all property and "each is paid according to his skills and ability" as determined by the 'government'. That’s how the idea of communism started out in the mid-1800’s by a guy named Karl Marx. The second form of communism embraces some of that philosophy, but is more insidious. Its predecessor evolves (devolves, in my mind) out of socialism into the globalist view of command and control, not unlike the previous USSR or today’s China. This newer breed of communism I call "socialist communism" because of its roots are in socialism.

The socialist communists use the pure form which is idealistic to entice the unknowing into the devolved form. "Socialism" is merely one step before communism and tyrannical. The New World Order or Globalism is actually the devolved form of socialist communism.

What are "socialist communists" or "globalism" and who are its members? It's a relatively small group of power-hungry elites who want to control the world, through the actions of mankind, to their benefit. They use groups of people in higher education, media, entertainment, technology, political institutions, churches, foundations and other bedrock institutions, as instruments to do their bidding. The reward for the members of these groups is significantly higher salaries than, in many cases, their occupations warrant. They live better than the norm and enjoy a certain amount of prestigious.

Why are the globalists doing this?

The goal of the globalists is to increase their wealth and perpetuate it. How are they doing this? They’re doing it by essentially turning people into slaves. Why are people letting them do this? They are totally unaware of what’s happening because they buy into the "for the good of society" mantra and "obey" the laws that are good for society as a whole, meanwhile destroying their inalienable rights. The rights under Globalism are GIVEN to you by the government. You’re entitled to nothing. What the government giveth, the government taketh away, at its discretion of course, based on what they think your needs are.)

Why are people so willing to sell themselves and their rights without knowing the consequences?

Simple. Greed. Free money. Free healthcare. Free housing. Free college. Free food. Free cell phones. Free movies. And don’t forget the way they keep people placated. Legalized mind-altering drugs, mindless TV and video games. By the way, marijuana is only the beginning. And let's not forget the cheap stuff, like goodies from China - you can live like a movie star or rich person when you have stuff like they have – or so people believe. Keep people shallow. Tell them what to think and tell them what to do. It’s a bit like herding cattle, only easier because they’re so willing to comply.

My minister posed a good question one Sunday. After you watch a TV show or movie, ask yourself, “What is it teaching me about life?” Let’s take it a step further, “What is it teaching my children and grandchildren about life?” Most of entertainment is propaganda for the far-left. It’s easy to figure out the messages when you know the goals.

I guess that was why I never really got into the Simpsons. In fact, that show has always really bothered me since it originally aired over 20 years ago. The foundation for mocking and jeering people who you don’t like or don’t agree with, was laid and taught to generations of children. Are we really surprised when that disrespect for others not like themselves Is the hallmark of the far-left?


After you’ve asked yourself those questions, ask yourself this, “What are you willing to sacrifice for your future and future generation’s freedoms?” Lastly, “Is slavery worth the price?” Remember, under socialist communism, your children are not your own. They belong to society. Hillary made that clear in the second debate against President Trump in 2016. And you wondered why the left is so angry about losing the election. Now you know.

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To understand 'socialism' and its impact on societies and economies, it's important to look at its foundational principles as well as its implementation and results throughout history. Two essential components of 'socialism' are a 'government-led economy' and the 'equality of opportunities'.

Government-Led Economy

Socialism is a political and economic system in which the state owns and controls the main means of production. In some models of socialism, ownership is done by worker co-operatives and unions. Both models often lead to increased bureaucracy, process delays, and higher taxes because the state as well as workers and managers lack any real incentive to cut costs, improve quality, or provide good customer service due to lack of challenging free-market competitors. They operate under the assumption and assurance that customers will buy their products or services regardless, due to lack of better options in the marketplace.

Equality & Opportunities

Socialism is about relocating resources from the rich to the poor, without regard for anyone's merits or experience. The main goal is to ensure everyone has equal opportunities, including jobs, welfare programs and even university education. This model enables many to rely on welfare government programs, even though they are unproductive or unskilled. The selection criteria based on eligibility is determined by the state and employment is often directed by the state as well, which generally means lifetime employment even if workers are not doing anything essential or not doing anything at all. Lastly, because state employees are protected by law against job termination, many potential qualified people are left behind and cannot apply for state jobs.

Socialism is the Bridge to Communism.

Because of its increasing reliance upon resources, 'socialism' will sooner or later lead to 'communism'. The tremendous burden of increasing taxes and regulations required to maintain the barely minimum governmental programs makes it hard for private companies to survive, so sooner or later many means of production will either be diminished, extinguished or be in the hands of a totalitarian government. Because of that fact, currently there are 2 types of economies that employ some form of 'socialism':

A free-market capitalist system with a moderate socialist government

Privately-owned companies that are efficient in producing goods and maintaining a dynamic economy are tasked with the responsibility to create and maintain market stability by providing jobs and financial resources to fund the ongoing needs of socialist governments, which use progressive taxation and social spending to provide barely minimum common benefits to citizens, which also pay a vast amount of income, retail, property, and other taxes. Countries like France, Germany, Skandinavia, Italy, Canada and Brazil currently use this model. Many public services such as healthcare, public schools and universities are run directly by the government. However, many citizens are left behind and are therefore unable to take advantage of these services even though they pay high amounts of taxes to the government for them. Many end up having to pay for private services, either because the resources are scarce due to increasing demand or because the quality is significantly inferior.

A far-left communist political system

The government controls all means of production, education, media, and even freedom of religion. In this model, shared ownership of resources, lack of private property, and central planning are seen as standard modus operandi. Countries like Cuba, Venezuela, Vietnam, North Korea, and China* are communists. In this model, the government acts in a totalitarian way, controlling all facets of citizens' lives. This is a point of no return, when citizens have lost the battle against totalitarian regimes. This is the most devastating model. Millions of people have died because of communism throughout history.

*China’s growth accelerated after it began its pro-market reforms in the late 70s and 80s


The idea of a purely socialist political system society is debunked by the reality that everything has a cost. For a society to progress and thrive, the means of production and human development need to be established on solid and sustainable foundations that ensure the freedom of citizens to produce and achieve results on an ongoing basis with minimal government regulations. The government should be established by the people, with limited powers and its goal should solely be to help establish laws that protect citizens.

When a government is in charge of all means of production and becomes too big, other areas of life become compromised by its tyrannical character and society becomes a mass of slaves working to serve its government.

#socialism #socialismsucks #communism #totalitariangovernment #china #venezuela #cuba

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There are only two choices: a Constitutional Republic or Socialist Democracy. We’re reaching beyond party lines to educate, train, and unite people in order and to activate a nationwide network of concerned, activist citizens who teach others about the socialist attempts to control our country’s government, elections, candidates, laws, and ballot measures to implement their agenda.


Nationwide polls warn us that Americans, especially younger Americans, are uninformed about the consequences of socialism and other forms of totalitarianism. We believe that knowledge is power, but without action, nothing changes.

We are turning education into action by sharing the truth about socialism. It’s our intention to take the best ideas from our nationwide local groups and work together throughout our communities, states and our country to defeat socialism and deflect the attempts by far-left groups to turn our county into a socialist one. We’re dedicated to preserving for our children and grandchildren the legacy handed down by our founding fathers. We believe freedom isn’t free and once it’s lost, difficult to get back. This is why we fight.


We hope you'll join us.


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