I survived Communism: Part three

Statues remembering the victims of the Communist era in the Czech capital Prague

The article below was written by?Zuzana Janosova Den Boer, who experienced Communist rule in Czechoslovakia before coming to Canada.

In April 2018, an Edmonton father went to an elementary school to see his grade-4 daughter?s play. In the play, the children sabotaged a factory, in the name of?climate-change, then went on to save Alberta from its ?evil oil industry? and ?greedy oil barons?. Textbook communist methodology ? demonizing the private sector (oil industry) by representing them as ?greedy oil barons?.

In some university lecture halls, professors are also trying to indoctrinate the new upcoming proletariat. Every time I see elite university students protesting capitalism and advocating socialism, I wonder if they realize that if they succeed, it will be their very last protest. In an interview recorded in 1984, KGB defector?Yuri Bezmenov?described the consequences of?ideological?subversion (indoctrination). Here is a short excerpt: quote.

?A person who is demoralized (indoctrinated) is unable to assess true information, the facts tell nothing to him?.even if I shower him with information, with authentic proof, with documents, with pictures ? even if I take him, by force, to the Soviet Union and show him a concentration camp, he will refuse to believe it ? until he will receive a kick in his fat bottom.?

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Yuri Bezmenov?? on ?Useful Idiots? and the True Face of Communism

The children currently attending our elementary schools will vote in 10-12 years. How many of these children are being (or have already been) brainwashed into believing that in order to ?save the planet?, they must vote for a government that will stop ?destroying the planet?, by eliminating private ownership and taking control of production? quote.

?The philosophy of the classroom in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next?

? Abraham Lincoln?end?quote.

If you believe warm, cuddly socialism leads to utopian communism, in which equality and social justice prevail, then allow me to impart some insights about the ?social justice? delivered to us by communists. You deserve to know a little about the substance in which you will have to swim, before you dive into the cesspool called communism.

Stage 3:          Revolution

After gaining the support of a majority, communists call for a democratic election. If they win it, they seize power and abolish democratic elections altogether. At this point, members of opposition parties, along with all other opponents deemed to be a potential threat, are ?physically liquidated?. (In case you aren?t familiar with this quaint communist phrase, it means?executed).

Private businesses are immediately seized and confiscated ??nationalized. Key supporters who now finally realize how they have been manipulated and exploited (i.e.?useful idiots who are no longer useful) are either jailed or executed, to prevent the formation of any dissident movements. All other useful idiots, having fulfilled their purpose?of bringing communists to power, are now either enslaved into the new ideology, or disposed of in a variety of prescribed ways.

A new privileged elite of communist party leaders is now formed. (No hypocrisy here! After all those angry claims of exploitation by a privileged elite, what?s the first thing communists do once they gain power?) Leaders of every key institution or organization: company, hospital, police, school,?etc. are now replaced by an official member of the communist party. Competence, ability or fitness for the job is no longer relevant or required; the only prerequisite is loyalty to the party.

To be continued.