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JeremiahKassin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Communism is a means to an end, not the goal. Sounds like you haven't gone down the freemasonry rabbit hole yet.

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sordfysh 1 point ago +1 / -0

Communism is not actually a real thing. It's the lie that brings about tyranny. Socrates talks about this in the Republic, which Plato wrote in 400 BC. We use the term "Communism" to refer to the violent tyranny that the promises of Communism lead to.

But it is true that, based on Socrates's description of the fall of democracy, we are in the phase where the oligarchs rig the elections and bring the police down upon the people. Idk whether he would consider this phase part of tyranny or just the road to tyranny.

Regardless, to understand tyranny, Socrates says to consider the tyrant like an alcoholic. They are entirely self-serving, but they are unable to fulfill their promises or goals, so they will lie as a way of life. And if the lies don't work, they will get violent.

Freemasonry is just oligarchy. They don't serve Christ, so they fall under the patterns of demonic suffering that has been consistent through all of history.

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JeremiahKassin 2 points ago +2 / -0

Okay, but there are means they're using to subvert the will of the people that don't fit the pattern of the fall of every empire. While I agree with your assessment for the most part, there always exist subtle variations.

For instance, outright infanticide is making a very late showing for us. Up until now, it's always worn the mask of abortion. In our case, duplicitous men and women are put in positions of authority to offer token resistance in order to give us the appearance of still having a voice in government. Their theory is that so long as we have someone pretending to address our concerns, we'll remain docile.

So, they allow some of us in their ranks. And they have some who play politics, not caring about anything their own advancement who appear on our side. And then, there are some who are really against us, but vote with our side expressly to infiltrate and subvert.

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sordfysh 1 point ago +1 / -0

Socrates calls the duplicitous politicians, "drones", like the mindless drones of a bee hive. They serve from the checkbooks of the oligarchs, but they pretend to represent the people.

Obviously Plato and Socrates were pretty frustrated with the politicians who claimed to represent the people, even back in ancient Athens.