March 7, 2011
Last week, filmmaker Michael Moore declared war on the producers. Moore told Laura Flanders of GRITtv that people who did not create trillions of dollars of wealth are entitled to steal it from those who did. Private wealth, Moore insisted, is a “national resource” that can be expropriated from the producers and divided parasitically between the non-producers.
Michael Moore and the socialists – in fact, communists – invariably advocate theft in one form or another. It is the very foundation of the their philosophy.
Our founders were adamantly opposed to all “schemes of leveling,” as Samuel Adams described the redistribution of wealth. James Madison, author of the Constitution, wrote: “I cannot undertake to lay my finger on that article of the Constitution which granted a right to Congress of expending, on objects of benevolence, the money of their constituents.”
Madison’s admonition against organized thievery by government was long ago lost. Now the act of wealth confiscation at gunpoint by non-producers is considered routine, even mundane, and normal as the change of seasons. It is taught incessantly in government training camps – otherwise known as pubic education – and is disseminated ad nauseam by the corporate media.
Scott Lazarowitz, extrapolating on MSNBC teleprompter reader Lawrence O’Donnell’s declaration that he is a proud socialist – a man who works for a decidedly non-socialist enterprise with back-to-back adverts – clarifies the socialist-communist stance:
“First and foremost, I am a socialist because I disagree with the Founding Fathers’ ideas on morality and the Rule of Law. It is important that we have a centralized government that redistributes all the wealth. The State needs to have the power to take some of the wealth away from those the State decides have too much of it.”
If you doubt this criminal ethos is not embedded in our national psyche, consider the following video. It was shot in Madison, Wisconsin, where unionized state workers insist the robbery at gunpoint must continue otherwise they may eventually burn down the state capitol building. At twenty five seconds into the video, a young man insists none of us have a right to our wealth, i.e., we are all slaves working for the state.
Michael Moore is a hypocrite. He is a wealthy filmmaker and the state has allowed him to keep most of the money he has earned churning out films advocating communism. If his imagined communist utopia ever comes fully into existence, he will be stripped of all his wealth and handed over to a propaganda collective to labor as a slave.
Finally, Michael Moore knows perfectly well how the system works. It is gamed by a small number of inbred globalists and offshore bankster elitists who do not pay a red dime in taxes.
In fact, they have engineered a system where the risk of their insider investments and Ponzi schemes are socialized and the return is privatized. If you doubt this, take a look no further than the bankster bailout scam initiated under Bush and continued and elaborately expanded under Obama (once again demonstrating that Democrats and Republicans are inseparable).
This article was posted: Monday, March 7, 2011 at 3:56 pm