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Even though socialism is “arguably the most discredited idea in history,” as Dinesh D’Souza writes in his United States of Socialism, far too many are drawn to it like a moth to fire.

Consider that the left and the Democrat Party are hell-bent to take away our Second Amendment since a citizenry stripped of its ability to protect itself will be easier to subdue. Moreover, the innate totalitarianism of socialism demands obliteration of memory and we now see American monuments being defaced or utterly destroyed.

There are still those who would embrace the perverse ideology of socialism — no matter that the National Socialism of Hitler lasted from 1933 to 1945, resulting in millions of dead. These purveyors of this destructive ideology are indifferent to the tragedies of African nations who embraced socialism in the aftermath of colonial rule. It matters not a whit that “Maoist socialism represented a disastrous alloy of deprivation, starvation and tyranny.”

As D’Souza writes, “socialism is the ideology of thieves and tyrants.” We are seeing this played out in cities across America as looters wildly run from store to store stealing what others have sweated to produce and sell. And the leftist leaders in Democratic- controlled cities countenance this theft and up the ante by calling for the de-policing of America.

In 2018, Steve Pomper wrote De-Policing America: A Street Cop’s View of the Anti-Police State. Pomper was compelled to write the book because “many American cities are forcing their cops to undergo leftist political indoctrination and squelching the free speech rights of officers who speak against it. Seattle has implemented its radical left agenda through the insidious Race and Social Justice Initiative (RSJI).”

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