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I don’t know how many protests, solidarity movements, refugees, human rights alerts, economic collapses, and purges are going to get this message through everyone’s heads, Communism is a terrible system of governance. In fact, at this point, we should be consistent. Any government that does not guarantee as to the very justification for its existence, individual rights, open markets, and accountable governance, is worth challenging.
I am of course referring to the ongoing protest in Cuba, to which those on the far left will shamefully attribute to the US embargo on the Communist regime. Others may simply beat around the bush and try to attribute the reasons for the protests to current events. Although all these may contribute to the discontent fueling the Cuban protests, just like every single Communist regime, the ultimate reason why things are going poorly is that the people live under a crushing regime of incompetence and oppression.
To make room for a colleague that will inevitably publish on the Cuban protests in more detail, my article will focus not on Cuba but on the general topic of Communism...
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Worth watching— VIDEO: How a Tiny Communist Party Took Over the Politics of an Entire American State: Connecticut
Trevor Loudon outlines the influence that the pro-Beijing Communist Party USA has in Connecticut. Almost every prominent politician in the state has a working relationship with the Communist Party USA—yet Connecticut voters have virtually no knowledge of these relationships.
Somebody should clue-in the rum-swilling AOC dunce and her fellow squatters whose only purpose in their pathetic lives is to spread around poverty and defeat.
All forms of socialism are equally evil because they inevitably devolve into totalitarianism. So why not get rid of the major form of socialism/ communism in the US - government owned and run schools. Like all socialist institutions, they give the lowest quality at the highest prices because they are monopolies. Privatize then and foster competition and you would see something wonderful.