North Korea is virtually alone among countries in that it still practices the crude form of communism found in the 20th century in the Soviet Union, China, and various other countries. But does that then mean that North Korea is the last bastion of communism in the world?
The reality is that entering the third decade of the 21st century, communism is stronger than ever. It has changed forms to adapt to technology and the various means of persuasion that have been developed over the past one hundred years to for the most part replace state violence.
Communism has been changed so that it now readily co-exists with “democracy” and in fact is democracy in many ways. In the United States, advertising and the unopposed, constant repetition of the (communist) party line in government schools and by the “mainstream” media has resulted in peacefully transforming Americans into a people who now support social, racial, and economic and foreign policies they never would have in the past.
Edward Bernays, the nephew of Sigmund Freud, explained the basics of advertising and non-violent mass persuasion back in the 1920s: “The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. . .We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of. . . In almost every act of our daily lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons. . .who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. It is they who pull the wires which control the public mind.”
This molding of advertising (big business) and cultural communism dominates the United States power structure, which is foisting it in various ways on the rest of the world. Mega-corporations want mindless dumbed-down masses with no sense of their ethnic and racial roots and history, and no useful knowledge of history at all. Communists want deracinated masses with no historical memory because they are putty in their hands.
Like all forms of totalitarianism, communism is about total control. So is fascism, but a fascist system utilizes government and big business to improve the condition of a country’s dominant and sustaining folk; in that way it couldn’t be more different from communism. The United States has been taken over from within by subversives familiar with the Frankfurt School methodology, and their number one goal is the replacement of American Whites. Any self-styled conservative who calls the United States “fascist” rather than communist is either a disinformation agent or too cowardly to tell the truth.
For there is no fear of punishment in referring to something as fascist. But starting using the “C” word, and the powers that be will begin screeching and howling.
Today’s communists work with globalists and corporatists. Instead of state ownership of the “means of production,” the state works hand-in-glove with a few large corporate monopolies in key sectors – information control (media, internet and social media), banking, and politics (the same two gangs have effectively shut out all other political choices for going on 160 years now).
Being able to choose between Coke and Pepsi rather than only Coke works much better as it creates the illusion of “choice,” even though the range of choices is narrow and is carefully monitored and confined. Being unwittingly persuaded also works far better than brute force, though the lunatic left in the U.S. now seems sufficiently unhinged with anti-White hate to want to bring back brute force if they can.
Human nature is such that ill-educated people who have no genuine leaders are easily herded and lack the ability to think “outside the box.” A society that has moved away from living and thinking locally, and thus from the roots that anchor institutions like family and church, by visual media and the thrills of hard-core violence and soulless pornography is one that is defenseless against “democratic” exploitation from above.
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