Thursday, January 9, 2014

The Hive -- A Metaphor for Socialism

"...socialism had endured throughout history, usually in the form of one or another Christian heresy. It gives expression to the gnostic urge to rebel — the rebellion of the educated against the constraints imposed by Creation and by God. In earlier periods, when of course the socialist label was not used, it could be identified by its insistent, unvarying emphasis on certain goals: the destruction of private property and of the traditional or 'nuclear' family; and above all, the dismemberment of traditional, or orthodox religion. Throughout history, the phenomenon has been obsessed with material equality, and with the eradication of individual and gender distinctions. It wars incessantly against the normal. [Igor] Shafarevich concluded that a 'striving for self-destruction,' for nothingness, for the “death of mankind,” was the true goal of socialism. Instinctively, without stating it or even seeing it as the conscious goal, the socialist phenomenon seeks the death of the human race."
1. Destruction of private property
2. Destruction of the traditional family
3. Destruction of traditional (Christian) religion

It strives for self-destruction, for the death of mankind, for the death of the human race. That is socialism's goal....

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