The common denominator of leftist philosophy is that there’s always an enemy who is plotting to overthrow the benevolent socialism that Marx and Engels created. The general name of the enemy of the left is capitalism.
Even Lenin admitted that socialism wouldn’t be accepted by western nations, that it had to be forced upon society by revolution. The USSR tried in many countries to foment political revolution. In Cuba, it succeeded. In other countries, not so much. North Korea was defeated when it attempted to invade South Korea. North Viet Nam was defeated in 1973 after it attempted to invade the Republic of Viet Nam. Thanks to the Socialist-Democrats in the USA, however, military support was withdrawn from the RVN and North Viet Nam was successful in a second invasion in 1975.
Met with military defeat, the international socialists continue the fight to defeat capitalism. Obama is, and always was, a socialist. He feels the USA under capitalism is an imperialistic agressor nation and as such, must be “fundamentally transformed” into a socialist utopia.
Don’t let the “race card” thing mean anything more than a diversion. Obama and his socialist minions are busy creating a hegemonic socialist federal government. The Tea Party understood that. Many Americans understood it in November 2010. What remains to be seen is the efficacy of the union uprising and Obama’s support of that revolution.
..."The common denominator of leftist philosophy is that there’s always an enemy who is plotting to overthrow the benevolent socialism that Marx and Engels created."
Simply counting your repetitive number of posts with that type of malarkey would seem to indicate that it is YOU who seem overwhelmed with fear of an imaginary enemy. Calling the majority of US citizens "leftists" and the duly-elected President of the Unite States a "Marxist" does very little for you in the credibility department, save for in the eyes of your like-minded cohorts on the lunatic fringe.
"North Korea was defeated when it attempted to invade South Korea. North Viet Nam was defeated in 1973 after it attempted to invade the Republic of Viet Nam."
Your historical accounting is, like your other propaganda, hysterical. So, North Korea was "defeated" and is now a bastion of democracy and free enterprise? I see. That’s why they now have a family of lunatics feeding the country tree bark.
And North Viet Nam was defeated in 1973? The Geneva Accords of 1954 partitioned Vietnam into two separate countries, the North & South, with the promise of free elections on that referendum in 1956. The U.S. & RVN reneged on that promise, knowing Uncle Ho would win. Interference in other folks’ Civil Wars hasn’t seemed to really accomplish much for us. Don’t you guys ever get tired of distorting the truth? Is your argument that weak that you have to hammer away with distortions day after day? Is this service that you perform here, representative of the potential for success in the free markets you so heartily endorse? Come on, now, tell the truth. You’re in a union, aren’t you? The CWA, by any chance?...The Cubicle Workers of America?