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By “Mark Andrew Dwyer”


August 8, 2009


I was really appalled by the furry with which the "Liberal" establishment, including Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), reacted to Rush Limbaugh's comparison of "Liberalism" to Nazism. Not that I was surprised, though. The "Liberals" mastered the art of projection defined as a tendency of projecting one's usually sinister intentions on others. 

After years of "Liberal" claims that "white right-wing extremists" (which term includes about everyone of white complexion that may be characterized as a "conservative" or "not Liberal") and Nazis are birds of feather, it was only a matter of time when the "Liberals" would denounce their opponents (in particular, Rush Limbaugh) for playing the Nazi card. And it did happen now.

But the implied symmetry ends right here, as the Nazis were a pathological offspring of non-Marxian socialism (see references [1] and [2]), with which "Liberals", particularly the "progressive" ones, flirt increasingly, while the conservatives seem rather vehemently opposed to any form of socialism.

Let's see.

The main, albeit untold, objective of "Liberalism" is to stop social evolution in tracks by helping the least fit (which term includes such categories as: the least intelligent, the least talented, the least rational, the least productive, the least responsible, the least civil, etc.) to survive and multiply while preventing the most fit (an antonym of least fit) from succeeding, and discouraging them, however implicitly, by means of state-mandated socio-demographic policies, from having kids that tend to inherit their parents' fitness.

And it shows.

The world's once most advanced U.S. economy is slowly but steadily deteriorating as the size of Democratic constituency, which includes the misfits, the losers, and the social parasites (that learned how to parasitize on generous government handouts intended to support the misfits and the losers), both domestic and imported, is growing. Working together under the "Liberal" leadership, stupid or asocial as they are, they will sink it (the economy) completely and wreck the American society that depends on it, blaming the "white right-wing extremists" for the failure.

Meanwhile, the proportion of young Americans that are likely to succeed on their own (and provide for those who are not), for instance, teenagers who are talented enough to pursue college education in sciences and engineering, is decreasing, as is the American innovation, productivity, and competitiveness.

"But what does it have to do with the Nazis?" one may ask.

Well, the Nazis were very much like the "Liberals" and embraced similar socialistic agenda (see [1], footnote 1), except that they (the Nazis) were claiming to help, as opposed to derail, the evolution by eliminating those that they declared as the misfits, the losers, and the social parasites. 

But the truth is that they (the Nazis) were actually derailing it, too, by systemically murdering cognitive elites of the nations that they invaded, as well as big part of their own, never mind their sweeping misdeclarations of political and military opponents and minorities as the misfits, the losers, and the social parasites.

This, and the level of brutality (or a lack thereof) in implementation of the "correct" ideology, were about all that differentiated the "Liberalism" from the Nazism.

In the simplest terms, the Nazism was a brutally implemented non-Marxian socialism + nominal eugenics (state-mandated elimination of the declared "least fit") while the "Liberalism" is a relatively mild (so far) form of non-Marxian (so far) socialism + actual dysgenics (state-mandated selective support for the actually least fit at the expense and to the detriment of the most fit and their progeny). 

Contrast this with the Conservatives (collectively referred to by the "Liberals" as "the Right") who, first of all, denounce socialism (be it Marxian or otherwise) and, second of all, prefer to leave the elimination and selection to the nature, acts of God (for instance, they oppose abortion), free market capitalism, and fair competition.

So, when you look at the facts, the two allegedly opposing ideologies, the "Liberalism" and the Nazism, did have quite a bit in common.

And we haven't seen everything that the "Liberals" will do to us, yet.


[1] The Left's Arrogance
By Mark Andrew Dwyer

[2] Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left, From Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning
By Jonathan Goldberg

Readers’ comments:  "Thanks for the great post. You are on the dime, and we must keep Congress fearful of losing their jobs."  "Great article." "[...] this is right on [...] You hit the nail (preferably a liberal) right on the head [...] these foul creatures live through projection. They project empathy and compassion which they do not in the slightest feel. They are truly mean and uncaring and self-adoring and arrogant. Your column is tres [French: very] true".

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