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Today’s spit-out-my-coffee moment came from Bloomberg TV, as usual. Some globalist schmuck in Europe is trying to say that the UK’s inflation is caused by BREXIT. That is like the American politicians blaming everything other than their own profligate spending bills on inflation.
This is so obviously part of a academic strategy concocted by people who have studied communism. That easy-to-read book Communism by Harvard historian and Reagan advisor Richard Pipes is invaluable. It lets you see so clearly what is going on now.
The communists have two strategies to appease the masses who are unhappy with the disastrous, inevitable, outcomes of communism. They always create some bogeyman to blame everything on. “It’s the capitalists fault. etc.” They also claim that it is the duty of good comrades (or members of The Party in Orwell’s book) to suck it up and survive the hardship because it is in the best interest of future utopian society. That utopia never comes (spoiler alert).
That is what we see happening now. Some of the far-left are saying that it is our duty to accept $7 gas and inflation, or to “just eat cake” and cut back. Then, the propagandists in the White House are laughably trying to blame inflation on everything else other than their spending.
About 37-years ago, I remember how strange it was that there was a class in my rural Ohio high school we had to take called “problems with democracy”. It seemed like communist propaganda to me at the time. It was. They had “CRT” back then.
You don’t see many classes called “atrocities of communism” taught very often. However, that is exactly what we need. Every high school should be teaching the basics of communism, like Pipe’s book. If a governor proposed that, we would see a hornet’s nest of opposition.