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Why the Hiss Case Still Matters

Kent9 Wrote: May 28, 2012 9:54 AM
Cartwright, You misunderstand those who yearn for "socialism." Humans do not "fall into collectivist" attitudes by default. Politically Correct Progressivism, the anti-American breed of anti-freedom politics, is not Socialist, Communist, Marxist, or collectivist. PC-Progs are anti-American first. But their anti-American belief system is accompanied by the sweetest bait ever devised to lure in narcissicistic fools. They believe they are Smarter Than You, more compassionate, hipper, cooler, more loving, more with-it, Gaiai-loving, healthier, in every way better than you and the moron millions of Americans. The lure is three of the seven deadly sins rolled into one: Greed, Pride, and Envy.
PecosPete.38 Wrote: May 28, 2012 11:37 AM
Kent...this is exactly correct. In every respect. I call it: Prog Agenda #666.

It was high political drama more than six decades ago—controversial and polarizing. A Harvard trained and highly ranked member of the Federal Government charged by a self-confessed former Soviet spy of being a partner in those very same nefarious enterprises.

On the one hand there was Whitaker Chambers, the somewhat frumpy-looking accuser, a man who had wandered in from the darkened cold years before, having seen the sinister reality behind the propaganda-driven hope and change promised by Communism. Then there was this other guy with poster-child-for-success looks, brains, friends in very high places, and a killer resume with seemingly endless references....