Compassion con's end game
By Steve Farrell
Sometimes the truth hurts – but the predictable, historical, end game of imposing liberty via Big Brother socialism – and it is the worldwide socialist revolution that has long been Homosexuality's Pot Stirrer In Chief – is one that every, "victim," victim's advocacy group, and enter-stage-left holy-cause-of-the-moment, needs to know and remember:
Namely, Big Brother's "Uncle Joe" Mission to feed, clothe, hire and favor you and yours – same-sex couples, for instance – over them and theirs – families that uphold marriage as the Law of Nature and Nature's God intended – has a Useful Idiot's Reward at the end of the trail.
A battered and bruised, beaten and broken, brothers at last! – equality …with them and theirs – courtesy of the "forever stomping" jackboot you helped fashion.
Ironic, isn't it?
And once acquired, dare you object, dare raise so much as a peep about promises made vs. promises kept, then from the heel of the boot to the gulag you go, or else, to the guillotine, the gas chamber, the ten gun salute (sort of), and a fit burial for a "rat" like you, your "pitiful" remains dumped into an unmarked grave, in an unkempt cemetery, with no forwarding address, and no one left behind brave enough to care.
Better dead than red. Somebody should have coined that phrase. It would have been more honest than its reverse.
Just ask Nikolai Bukharin, one of the leading Bolshevik "theorists" that promised every Russian "victim" Heaven on Earth in the early 1900's, only to deliver Hell, Hell, and then more of it – an end game Bukharin knew was in the cards from day one.
It was in 1917, right after he and his fellow Communists first came to power, when theorist Bukharin decided to unload the brutal truth buried beneath the theory:
That must have turned a few gullible heads … and stomachs.
No big deal for Bukharin. He was one of the "theorists" in charge, and to the victors go the spoils, and the guarantees of security from the wrath of his fellow "theorists" and "liberators."
Besides, his Communist credentials were impeccable.
Born October 9, 1888, to two primary teachers, eighteen year old smart guy, Nikolai Ivanovich Bukharin, knew a path to power when he saw it, hitched a ride on that hot head of steam – the Bolshevik Express – and quickly learned everything he needed to know about Communism, including the craft of cloaking a criminal conspiracy as a cure-all for every human ill. So adept was he at learning this craft, that a year later he co-organized the National Youth Conference (the predecessor of the All-Union Leninist Young Communist League or Komsomol), where 14-28 year olds were indoctrinated in Communist dogma and politics.
By age twenty, he was a member of the Moscow Committee of the Bolshevik Party, and by age twenty-three he was arrested and exiled for putting his "theory" into practice.
This setback didn't hinder Bukharin's meteoric rise as a theorist. In exile, he penned several books, edited the newspaper Novy Mir (New World) with Leon Trotsky and Alexandra Kollontai, and during World War I, published a book on imperialism that won Vladimir Lenin's praise, who incorporated it into his more famous "Imperialism—The Highest Stage of Capitalism."
With the violent overthrow of the Tsar a done deal (1917), twenty-nine year old Nikolai Bukharin returned home and launched into a decade that would see him "elected" to the Central Committee of the Communist Party, "elected" to the Politburo, made editor of its official newspaper, Pravda (The Truth), during which time he also co-authored of the 138 chapter tomb, "The ABC of Communism" (1920), authored "Socialism In One Country" (1924) – a theory that became Stalin's theme – and, finally, won an appointment as President of the Communist International (Comintern), that is, Conspirator-in-Chief of the worldwide Communist Revolution (1926), at age 38.
In sum, Nikolai Bukharin is probably the most famous Communist you never heard of.
And here's why: Consider again Bukharin's 1917 confession:
In 1928, he turned a deaf ear to his own stark warning, one that applied not only to every exploited fool of a "victim" who thought victory was theirs, but to every victor, even the big shots. For it was in 1928 that his old chum, "liberator" Joseph Stalin proposed to collectivize the economy and put away Lenin's National Economic Plan, a more fascist/"middle-ground" approach to socialism .
Bukharin believed collectivization would impoverish the peasants, inspire resentment, and lower productivity. He freely pressed his views in the Politburo, the Party Congress, and among a small circle of friends. Surely, his objections would be viewed, as they always had been, in defense of Revolution.
He was wrong. ‘Uncle Joe' Stalin accused him of being a Capitalist, compelled him to renounce his views, forced him to resign as President of the Comintern, and ordered him to get out of the Politburo. In March of 1838, he was tried in The Trial of The Twenty-One, executed, and had his name and honor expunged from the books of the revolution he helped pen.
This is not the exception, but the rule for the Revolution Left. It stands as a warning to all who look to butchers, bullies, or Socialist-leaning judges, to grant an advantage to you and yours via means that tyrannize them and theirs, to beware the end game.
A victory in California? I think not.
Steve Farrell is a pundit at Silver Eddy Award Winner, NewsMax.com, President of the Center for Moral Liberalism, Jabber in Chief of the hard-hitting daily, Stiff Right Jab, and author of the highly praised inspirational novel, "Dark Rose.