Millennial Dreams

Millennial Dreams - Dreams of socialism in a fantasy landscape of hypocrisy
Millennial Dreams

If it was so destructive to our nation, the Millennials’ dreams of Socialism and enforced equality of result – along with a total lack of discernment in any matter except where and when said discernment can be used to further a meritless egalitarian State – would be utterly and completely hilarious due to these Millennials complete lack of self-awareness and/or rank hypocrisy.

Truly! Seeing, hearing, and/or reading of these younger “Latte Liberals” decrying capitalism, America culture, and their own race while bedecked in- and festooned with so many iconic trappings of capitalism and American-style consumerism just makes a person want to laugh.  It’s almost as if they don’t know that so very much of their accoutrements are made by “Brown” and “Yellow” people who are working for wages and in conditions that are by normative Western standards quasi-slave labor…but hey! The companies say the right things and donate to leftist causes…

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Grammaire Progressive Du Francais: Niveau Debutant (French Edition)

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Global Warming’s Roots

Global Warming's Roots
Global Warming’s Roots

The roots of Global Warming, as certain sorts have been trying to sell it for over a decade, is simply Socialism in the context of the Globalists’ meta-State. It’s just an excuse to strip wealth and power from the “Privileged” societies and redistribute it to the Third World.

As we come into the 2018 elections, it’s critical for the American people to keep this firmly in mind. The “intersectionality” between the Warmists and the Socialists cannot be overstated any more than it can be untangled. They are at this point the same enemy of America.

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Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty
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Theories of International Politics and Zombies: Revived Edition
The Thinking Person's Guide to Climate Change

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What They Want And Why

What They Want
What They Want

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, “The Girl from the Bronx,” – actually, the puta from Yorktown in ever-so-upscale Westchester County – seems to think that America wants Socialism, despite the state of Venezuela and what has happened to every country who’s ever implemented Socialism.

The thing is, while she’s wrong about America and Americans, she’s right about her constituency, the Left, and most of the Democrat party. They do want Socialism and they know exactly why they want it.

Socialism For Dummies
Why They Want It

Our domestic enemies, the so-called Liberals and Progressives and those minorities sharecroppers that they pander to- and enable do want socialism. They want it even knowing the harm it would wreak upon the nation. Indeed, in a way they want Socialism because of the harm that would wreak upon the nation. This is simply because our domestic enemies are far, far, far more emotionally invested in taking from the successful than becoming successful themselves. That’s why so much of their rhetoric is about “income inequality,” “wage gaps,” and so forth. It’s also why their dead set against anything that actually benefits “the poor” if it also benefits “the rich.”

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Why Higher Education Should Have a Leftist Bias (Education, Politics and Public Life)
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America's First Daughter: A Novel
The Deep State: How an Army of Bureaucrats Protected Barack Obama and Is Working to Destroy the Trum
The Economics of Inequality, Discrimination, Poverty, and Mobility

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