When I was a kid, I had a scoutmaster that had escaped from the Soviet Union when his parents hid him in the trunk of a car that was driving from East to West Berlin. I grew up hearing stories of what life under communism was like.

My parents were good friends with Greg and his wife. Their sons, Mark and Andy, were friends of mine. Mark became a UPS driver. Andy, a homicide detective. I learned to hate communism and its adherents. The kids today haven’t grown up with those stories. That’s why they don’t understand that it isn’t a flex when the leader of the country jails his political opponents.

She doesn’t have the life experience or knowledge to even comprehend why Trump being prosecuted is a bad thing.

  • When the Afghanistan war began, her birth was 5 years in the future.
  • She has never lived in a world where the WTC existed.
  • When Trump was elected in 2016, she was 10.
  • She was 14 when the 2020 election happened.
  • She can’t wrap her brain around it because she is clueless about life. The adults in her life didn’t teach her, didn’t warn her about evil governments.

and that is our fault. We let the communists take over education, and those commies spent decades telling her how communism is good, and Republicans are bad.

That’s how we got here. Now it’s going to be extremely hard to fix.

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D · March 12, 2024 at 9:10 am

I’m not sure it’s a battle that can be won at this point.

You’d pretty much have to abolish the socialist government schools or convince parents everywhere to home-school their kids…and that home schooling has to be coupled with competent parents that either never went through the bullshit socialist teachings themselves, or they “woke up” to what was really going on.

The lockdowns a few years ago actually gave me some hope…schools shut down…parents were forced to interact with their kids instead of turfing them to the socialist babysitter…then some parents got involved and saw what the hell their kids were being taught when they were “learning remotely”.

Unfortunately a lot of parents gave in and sent their kids back…of another aspect of socialism in this country: property taxes.

Property taxes are literally 51% of your community voting on what you are going to be forced to pay for. It converts your house and property into a rental…and if you don’t pay up, the government will make you homeless at best. At worst, they will kill you or cage you like a dog for resisting…so a lot of people have both spouses working just to make end’s meat…and that means the kids go back to the camps.

The system is efficiently evil in a way that only a bureaucracy can create.

And people won’t wake up to it as long as they have their favorite echo chamber like Facebook available and their banks don’t close for more than 3 days. Sportsball is a pretty good distraction too.

Anonymous · March 12, 2024 at 10:45 am

The police, military, and government schools are all communism, too. I can’t imagine a Scoutmaster admitting to that while teaching the Citizenship in the Community/Nation/World merit badges.

    Divemedic · March 12, 2024 at 11:08 am

    No, communism isn’t a synonym for “things that the government does.”

    Anonymous · March 12, 2024 at 12:38 pm

    There is a large difference in the rate at which the Soviet and American governments murder its citizens, but that high/low rate difference does not define is/is-not communism.

    Communism is not the branding/messaging difference between if the propaganda trumpets rugged individualism or shared responsibility.

    Communism is the idea that you have a claim on me or stuff I made, for no better reason than you’re alive.

      D · March 12, 2024 at 1:23 pm

      > Communism is the idea that you have a claim on me or stuff I made, for no better reason than you’re alive.

      Now introducing taxation: The belief that government gets to take a government-decided portion of your money/labor/time/life simply because you were born inside certain imaginary lines drawn on a map by that same government.

      Now introducing borders: The belief that government should be allowed to restrict your freedom of movement across imaginary lines based on where you were born…which is a huge problem because we also allow government to give away “free shit” that it steals from you (see previous paragraph) when someone has crossed that line…which will eventually have the guns facing inward making the United States the largest open-air prison in the world.


        Divemedic · March 12, 2024 at 2:35 pm

        The legitimate function of government is to protect the individual. We have departed from that. However, might makes right. That’s the way of the world, and nothing will change that. They make the rules because they have the most force to apply.
        Anarchism isn’t an answer. In anarchy, the absence of government force, people will form militias and simply take what they want. See northern Mexico, Somalia, Afghanistan, etc.
        The only answer is a government of limited power. That is what was tried here, but citizens couldn’t leave well enough alone. Humans always want to force others to do their bidding. That’s how we got to where we are.

          D · March 12, 2024 at 6:42 pm

          I’m not talking about anarchy.
          I have *zero* problems if some random human crosses an imaginary line.

          The moment it becomes a problem is when one of the following occur:
          * They come on to property that is owned by another human being and won’t leave.
          * They attempt to violate the rights of someone else

          That’s absolutely when government is supposed to step in, and it’s not anarchy.

          How many people would be crossing the border if our government wasn’t allowed to steal our shit and give it to them? Free phones? Free healthcare? Free “government services” provided by property tax payers? Free plane rides? Free hotels?

          Government absolutely needs to be put in check.

            Divemedic · March 12, 2024 at 6:52 pm

            I agree. Taxation is a necessary evil. The problem that I have is that taxation has changed from being a way to find government services for everyone into two things:
            – a means for stealing wealth from one demographic and giving it to another
            – a means for controlling the behavior of people

            That is not, and should not, be the purpose of taxation. This is why the original COTUS said that all taxes had to be in proportion to the Census or enumeration

              D · March 12, 2024 at 9:51 pm

              Agreed. If I recall from waaaay back in school, taxes were paid by people to the *states*, and the states were basically billed by the feds for whatever they needed. If they states got pissed with the feds (*cough*Texas*cough*) a state could tell the feds to go pound sand and the feds could potentially be starved of money.

              Then they flipped it so the feds get a huge chunk of taxes and revenue, and then they dangle it over the states to get them to do what the feds want.

              Unfortunately, nothing will change that. Government doesn’t let go of money or power easily.

      Aesop · March 12, 2024 at 5:47 pm

      Now introducing borders: The belief that government should be allowed to restrict your freedom of movement across imaginary lines based on where you were born

      This is where D commits the Apples To Oranges Fallacy, equating the Berlin Wall/Iron Curtain with Every Other Border In World History.

      Other Peoples’ Governments have the absolute divine right to tell you to fuck right off and stay out of their territory. That’s because it’s their territory.
      You want to leave, build a junk raft, and float the fuck out. But don’t expect anyone has any obligation to ever let you land. Ever.

      What you think is your birthright was rightfully considered the most cruel punishment imaginable, in Man Without A Country. The ocean awaits. Step lively.

      -50 points for conflating how communists use borders, and how everyone else in recorded history uses them, which is rather exactly the point at issue.

      -100 points for not demonstrating your soul-deep commitment to No Borders Anywhere, by not removing the front door from your house, and not squawking when you subsequently return home and all your stuff is gone.

      Hypocrisy is a cruel mistress and and harsh schoolteacher.

        D · March 13, 2024 at 3:30 pm

        I completely disagree.

        In our system of government, the government doesn’t own property…except a little chunk 10 miles square.

        The government “built” the roads…but we the people own them.
        The government randomly designates national parks, but we the people own them.
        Hell–even the White House is called “the people’s house”.
        When NASA invents something, it’s public. Because government can’t own something made with tax dollars.

        Nice try though with the “-100 points for not demonstrating your soul-deep commitment to No Borders Anywhere”.

        I’m a real life flesh and blood human being, and I *own* property and have it fenced. The government does not *own* the land in America. Flesh and blood human beings do. If you happen to own land that borders Mexico and you don’t want people crossing *your* property, go ahead and block them or put up a fence.

        Or just sit back and enjoy not being able to leave the country when you want to because the government says you can’t and takes your passport.

        I though Republicans liked individual freedom. Oh well.

          Aesop · March 16, 2024 at 7:16 pm

          In our system of government, the government IS The People. The terms are interchangeable.
          They, collectively, own every square inch of territory. You must have been sick that day in 4th grade.

          Noting that consulting 350M of your friends and neighbors was unwieldy for day-to-day decisions, the genius of our Founders is that The People elect representatives who make up the actual government. They further invested in them to power to do things within a narrow scope, which – contrary to your imagination – includes enforcing borders.

          You skipped a lot of school, didn’tcha?

          You can leave the country any time you’d like.
          No one is going to hog-wrestle you to the ground, unless you attempt to do it illegally right in front of the government’s officers and agents.

          But if you do so in contravention and violation of laws that representatives the People, (potentially including you) elected, and which those representatives have voted into existence, good luck when you try to land somewhere.

          This is only news to people living on a deserted island for most of their lives.

          You’re evidently upset that time and gravity work, too, and view them as an impingement on your individual freedom.

          Best wishes with that outlook.

          Perhaps, while you’re up, you might undertake to cite the clause in the Constitution that identifies your personal veto of any and all laws you happen to disagree with, on any whim you can imagine, because one or more of them conflicts with your conception of “individual freedom”, and you’re “just not feeling it”.

          I’ll wait over here while you look that one up.

          Bonus points for describing the difference between your misconception of “individual liberty” and anarchy.

          You have always had liberty within the law.
          Only criminals and lunatics conflate that into meaning liberty from the law.
          I would have thought one’s first speeding ticket would have driven that point well home, but I’ve noticed some people learn more slowly than others.

            D · March 17, 2024 at 10:47 am

            You’re damned right I skipped a lot of school.
            No master will give you the knowledge you need to overthrow him.

            Anyways, I skipped over most of that blathering rant.

            Individual liberty is the maximum amount of individual freedom that doesn’t interfere with the individual liberties of another. There’s a lot coupled with what–things like the right to contract, the right to movement, the right to life, the right to control your own body, etc…

            The government violates that at every turn. Taxes are slavery. If you don’t work to pay the government, they’ll take your property. Speeding harms NO ONE, yet the government will gladly force you to give them money for harming no one. (If you can’t be honest about the difference between speeding and harming no one, and actually plowing into a family minivan…)

            Since you think the government owns everything, perhaps you should look up the history of Allodial Title in this country.

            When the British were kicked out, the “sovereignty of the king” descended to the people…not the government that didn’t exist at the time.

              Aesop · March 20, 2024 at 6:02 pm

              Aw, how cute.
              Another Ayn Rand disciple.
              You read “Atlas Shrugged” once, and haven’t come up for air ever since, and now you’re highlighting passages and underlining the pages where she’s talking just to you

              Sweet suffering Shiva.

              And that wasn’t a rant on my part, but thanks for checking the “projection” box.
              It was a forlorn attempt on my part to make up for, in about 60 seconds’ time, the lack of information that a lifetime of ignorance hasn’t yet provided you.

              Most kids grasped what you fail to before leaving middle school. But that’s because they were there in the first place. Best wishes to you in your universe. Let us know when it touches down somewhere close to Reality.

              When you do, you might note, lacking even a basic grasp of the relevant history, that “the government that didn’t exist at the time” is rampantly false, because the Articles of Confederation were signed and ratified by all the American colonies 7 months before Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown, and a full two and a half years before Britain signed the Treaty of Paris. They were in effect without ceasing until replaced in 1787 the U.S. Constitution. So there was exactly zero seconds of time when government didn’t exist here. You could look it up.

              That’s the problem with holding an alternate view of reality in one’s head that conflicts 180° out from actual history: delusion doesn’t fly. There was, in fact, no time at which your imaginary “individual liberty” was the law of the land here, and no small part of why SCOTUS decisions regularly refer to English common law, Magna Carta, Roman edicts, and the Code of Hammurabi.

              The time you falsely imagine existed, hasn’t been the case anywhere in human existence since before writing consisted of stylus marks on clay tablets, over 6000 years ago.

              Nice try, and we have some lovely parting gifts for you.
              Starting with an earnest suggestion that you take a chance on the 4th grade. The lack of grounding in such fundamental human history is an irredeemable handicap in your knowledge base, and renders any subsequent announcements you make trying to make sense of human existence in ignorance of six millennia of human achievement simply so much gibbering.

                D · March 24, 2024 at 5:53 pm


                Nice assumptions Aesop….that’s probably why I don’t read your blog. Lack of critical though or originality.

                Try listening to someone other than your government high school civics teacher about the Constitution.


    Anonymous · March 12, 2024 at 6:57 pm

    > The legitimate function of government is to protect the individual.

    That is what government employees in compulsory government schools teach children too young to think for themselves. At a certain age range, children bootstrap-load the neural nets in their brains by believing the people in authority around them. Quite often they never reconsider these ideas after becoming an adult.

    Might doesn’t make “right”, might makes results. Otherwise, the only thing Hitler did wrong was to lose the war.

    > In anarchy, the absence of government force, people will form militias and simply take what they want.

    How is that different from “taxation”? How is a militia different than a political party? Is going Viking ok if they mail out demands on paper forms first before arriving in ships?

    > The only answer is a government of limited power.

    How do you know a government of limited power is the only answer, or even can exist as a permanent thing? Can you spell out the proof starting from factual observations we’ve all made as adults? We can eliminate Hobbes’ “war of all against all” as a fact, because there are no examples of it discovered by archaeology. How exactly do you plan to make the envious, and sociopaths and psychopaths, “leave well enough alone”?

      Divemedic · March 12, 2024 at 8:07 pm

      That certainly is their legitimate function. The fact that they often exceed that is a different story.
      Results, right, whatever you call it, it is raw, naked force the decides who is right, and who is wrong. The founders understood this, which is why they endeavored to keep the government weak, and the people armed.
      Taxes are, in my mind, a necessary device to fund for the common good, with the common good being things that benefit all: defense, courts, etc. That isn’t, as I said, how they are used. They are today used to give money to one party at the expense of another.
      Of course governments won’t stay small or limited. It is in the nature of men, and of the governments they create, to abuse power to their own advantage. That is why the founders included a 2A and endeavored to keep the government small and weak. This is why there is not supposed to be a standing army, nor was widespread taxation permitted, and why the Senate was to represent the states. All of this was designed to make a central government as limited as possible.

Big Ruckus D · March 12, 2024 at 11:15 am

Actually the fix isn’t that hard, and will be the same “fix” communism always applies to it’s useful idiots. She’ll be either a victim of war, starved to death, or put against the wall and shot, and then bulldozed into a mass grave with no fanfare whatsoever. And even as it happens, she still won’t understand that she was a dumbfuck. Oh well, that’s just the destiny of a true believer under communism. Too bad and so sad for you, sugartits. You shouldn’t have bet on that horse.

And I figure that is the only real fix, because these morons are unreachable. Their programming is so all encompassing and effective, that it cannot be broken except by being the victim of a democide and snuffing it out at its source: the defective mind of a leftist.

Of course, she happens to have the enhanced benefit of being a young white female, which now puts her at higher odds of being raped and murdered by some dievershitty invader, the type she undoubtedly wants allowed in by the millions, mostly because she his so resentful of productive white men that she can’t wait to see us disenfranchised of our country. She might score the ultimate prize and get captured by a gang of Haitians who’ll cannibalize her after her “usefulness” for other purposes has been exhausted.

Am I too sanguine about her likely outcome under the hell on earth she wants implemented? Naw, she means nothing to me. And those to whom she is (or should be) important have failed totally in her proper upbringing, so fuck her – and them – both. I can’t be bothered to care about those who have positioned themselves as my enemy, since they would truly relish seeing me persecuted and destroyed (just like the COVID tyrants of recent memory attempted to do in their mass delusion). My hatred of them is thereby mutual. They made their decision, let them die with it. Fucks given on my part will be exactly zero. I’ll be too busy trying to stay off the radar of leftist hordes and their imported shit hued death squads anyway, to give them even a passing thought once the wheels fall off.

History won’t bother giving them more than a footnote either, since they aren’t of a demographic that enjoys privileged status, like those (purportedly) 6 million wiped out in the “worstest ever act of evil (and don’t you dare even think of mentioning all the much larger genocides that occured) committed on this planet, goyim.” Their life will have been a complete waste without so much as a headstone to mark their existence, and all because they spent it in relentless pursuit of a bankrupt and self evidently stupid ideology. I figure they get what they deserve. The problem is that the rest of us are forced to be taken along for the ride.

Dirty Dingus McGee · March 12, 2024 at 11:18 am

There is possibly some hope for them, but only as they age and get some life experience. Some friends of mine’s kids are coming to realize that they have been sold a load of horseshit while in primary and secondary education camps.All of them are in their late 20’s/early 30’s so it unfortunately takes a while for reality to set in. And it’s tough for them to finally admit that life isn’t all milk and honey with pixie dust and unicorn farts mixed in.

Don W Curton · March 12, 2024 at 11:48 am

Someone needs to explain to her that any candidate at this point who does NOT have 91 criminal charges against them are probably part of the govt crime family already.

Sardaukar · March 12, 2024 at 1:46 pm

This makes me sad. Her parents & community have massively failed her.

Reader · March 12, 2024 at 3:25 pm

…on children…the way forward is homeschooling with a curriculum focused on Classical learning and traditional values, period. That’s the only way to educate them now, the trust of teachers is gone forever. Classical Conversations is what we follow but there’s other curriculum’s that are great for families.

Aesop · March 12, 2024 at 5:36 pm

Not gonna be as hard to fix as you think.

‘Bout 5 volleys. 8, tops.
Free 1/2-way ticket helo rides after that for the remaining prizewinners.
This twit may well be on that prize list.

What’s going to be hard is getting people to get to Step One in the first place.
Step 2 and Step 3 are much shorter climbs.
And TPTB are currently using everything but blowtorches and cattle prods to get Step One to kick off, because they think fortune favors the impetuous.

Anonymous · March 13, 2024 at 8:40 am

Government’s track record through all of recorded history is that government is just how nobles lord it over peasants. Given this there is no reason to believe sales claims about what the function of government “should” be. America’s example is not different; the Constitution implements a copy of the British government, and the Bill of Rights failed immediately with the Alien and Sedition Acts.

There are about 3,000 counties in the USA, how come none of them have been left alone by governments so the libertarians can demonstrate in person what fools they are? Because we all know what would happen. It would instantly become a shelter for high-value activities like banking, business deals, weapons and drugs manufacture, gambling, retail sex, and one hundred permutations of wikileaks.

    Divemedic · March 13, 2024 at 8:59 am

    If you think that Libertarianism will work any better than any other, you are fooling yourself just as much as those who believe that Communism will work this time.

    Anonymous · March 14, 2024 at 2:18 am

    Libertarianism will never work in the future, because it has never worked in all of entire recorded history. By the same argument, man will never walk on the moon. (Except it’s the 1960’s, and the manned rockets are achieving their performance goals…)

      Divemedic · March 14, 2024 at 8:09 am

      That isn’t what I said, although you capture the essence of the “real Communism has never been tried” argument.
      There are reasons why Libertarianism won’t work, and many of them are the same as the reasons why communism won’t work. Both systems rely upon the people being governed to be altruistic and interested in the common good.
      In order to be successful, any system of government must instead assume the worst of its citizens and assume that they will always act in their own interests, which may not coincide with those of the society.

      Anonymous · March 16, 2024 at 10:40 pm

      Aesop> In our system of government, the government IS The People.
      Aesop> The terms are interchangeable.

      Leading to the result: the German Jews decided to genocide themselves. If this doesn’t make sense, then something upstream in this argument doesn’t make sense.

      DM> […] you capture the essence of the “real Communism has never been tried” argument.
      DM> There are reasons why Libertarianism won’t work, and many of them are the same as the reasons why communism won’t work. Both systems rely upon the people being governed to be altruistic and interested in the common good.

      I don’t agree with even the slightest, tiniest particle of: “systems rely upon the people being governed to be altruistic and interested in the common good”. This is a straw man. Could you please instead attack the thing which I actually believe?

      DM> In order to be successful, any system of government must instead assume the worst of its citizens and assume that they will always act in their own interests, which may not coincide with those of the society.

      Right, that’s the analysis method called Game Theory. So here’s some Game Theory for you: Mutually Assured Destruction. Experimentally proved to have kept the Soviets (and Americans) from committing a first nuclear strike during the cold war. What if drones etc. make MAD plausibly achievable by, not Joe Sixpack, but skilled middle class persons like yourself? As portrayed in the science semi-fiction books Snow Crash and Diamond Age.

        Aesop · March 20, 2024 at 6:17 pm

        Welcome to today’s edition of Spot The 800-Pound Fallacy In The Room:

        Tell the class how many Jews voted the Nuremberg Laws for the Protection Of German Blood and German Honor into existence, which made them non-citizens, and paved the way for their own inevitable genocide.


        Whom one would genocide, they must first disenfranchise.

        And when you take a yuuuuuge chunk of The People out of the equation, by definition you don’t have The Government.
        Game. Set. Match.

        {Bonus Round: See what the Democommunists have been trying to do since 2015 to anyone who even wears so little as a MAGA hat. See if you can make the connection after being led by the nose to it.}

        This is German History 101-level knowledge, and basic introductory Logic.

        History’s not your game, Ike. Logic either. I know, let’s try a spelling bee.
        Stay Anonymous, and don’t quit your day job.

Pete · March 13, 2024 at 3:24 pm

And because TPTB think their imported masses of Aztec heart-eaters are going to be submissive and controllable. Gonna be quite a shock when they hand out M-16A2s to all the Venzuelan gangs and instead of carrying out DC’s orders they instead take control of the cities themselves and stop answering to DC at all.

SoCoRuss · March 13, 2024 at 5:02 pm

I don’t agree this wont be hard to fix at all. It will be fixed in one of 5 ways.

1. We win and stop that shit.
2. The commies win and stop that shit.
3. If our brothers of color win, since they like the white girls so much,they turn her into a group sex toy and eventually she is dead.
4. The muzzies win and REALLY stop ALL that shit and put this little bitch and the rest of the harpie cunts back in the house where she belongs: breeding, cooking and cleaning.
5. She is gang raped to death by the various factions since she is a whinny cunt and everybody fucking hates her but the problem is still solved….

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