The Communist Threat
Copyright 2011 Diane Vann: Communist Threat. All Rights Reserved
The Communist Manifesto is the antithesis to the Constitution of the United States. The Constitution is a prescription for building an advanced country, while the Communist Manifesto is one for bringing it down.
Those who wrote the Constitution believed in the existence of a power greater than them, while the two socialists turned communists who wrote the Communist Manifesto did not.
Karl Marx, the primary author of the Communist Manifesto, was born and bred in the upper class. He hated the middle class. These white collar workers were acquiring the property of and independence from the upper class. So in the manifesto he gave them the attributes of slave owners and claimed they were oppressing a working class with the attributes of slaves. His overriding objective was destruction of the middle class by the working class, with an ultimate return of power to himself and others like him.
Communism/socialism was never meant to coexist with capitalism, but rather to devour it. Harmony and "bipartisanship" between them is and always was a myth.
Remember that the Communists of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) predicted in the twentieth century that the United States of America (USA) would fall without a shot being fired. There are two political parties in the USA with a proven ability to win. Conservatives in the Republican party side with those who believe in the Constitution and a higher power. Liberals in the Democratic party side with those who believe in the Communist Manifesto. Which side are you on?
The latest edition of How the Communist Manifesto of 1848 Blueprints the Actions of the Democratic Party and President Obama Today, published December 11, 2012, was also published December 13, 2012 with the less wordy title of Undermining the U.S. Constitution. It is available via the iBook application and in soft cover and ebook at barnesandnoble, amazon, and authorhouse.The Do It Yourself (DIY) audiobook of the 7/30/2012 edition is available at authorhouse for MP3 download.
The photograph of the Vietnam War Memorial in the background was taken May 27, 2004, following the dedication of the World War II Memorial in Washington, DC.