America’s academic institutions have endured an infestation of the Red Menace for the last century, an invasion that intensified at the height of the Soviet Union. The specters of Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin, Mao Zedong, and Pol Pot ascended from the depths of socialist paradises – also known as Hell – possessing the minds and bodies of the faculties of the nation’s universities and colleges. The brain cell-sucking red-colored hive campaign begins by infecting the student body with a communist illness, converting them into intellectual zombies. Victims look like normal human beings, but the first sign of a converted student is when it regurgitates propaganda about nationalizing the means of production and eviscerating the capitalist system.
Is your son or daughter next to start quoting passages from Mein Kampf and The Communist Manifesto?
The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) has published its annual report on the nation’s attitudes toward economic and political philosophies, particularly capitalism and socialism. Each year, the study highlights an alarming trend of America’s youth falling prey to the Marxist pandemic.
This year, researchers discovered that nearly half of millennials and Generation Z hold a favorable opinion of the term “socialism.” The poll, conducted by research firm YouGov, learned that 49% of Gen Zers approve of socialism, up from 40% last year. Among the millennial demographic, 47% maintain favorable views of the lethal philosophy that has killed millions of people worldwide, down slightly from 49% in 2019.
When it comes to capitalism, 35% of millennials and 31% of Gen Z want to disembowel capitalism and infect the country with a deadly disease that has zombified Venezuela, Cuba, and North Korea. Roughly the same percentages of young Americans think President Donald Trump is the greatest threat to world peace and that he is more responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic than Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Marion Smith, executive director of the D.C.-based non-profit, said in a statement:
“This represents a total failure of our education system, not just in schools, but also a basic dishonesty in our media and popular culture. When one-in-four Americans want to eliminate capitalism and embrace socialism, we know that we have failed to educate about the historical and moral failings of these ideologies.
“It shocks the conscience that more Americans today believe the U.S. president is a bigger threat to world peace than the most brutal dictators in the world, and that four-in-ten Americans believe that their country is a ‘racist’ nation.”
But will young people outgrow this phase and become immune to the infectious Marxist illness in adulthood? Or have the youth feasted too much on the government-run indoctrination centers’ cauldron of Das Kapital – or Senator Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) Our Revolution?
Time Heals All Wounds
As the years go by, sickened patients are eventually cured with the antidote of age and experience. They begin to question their reality and perceptions, quoting the great Mary Shelley in Frankenstein: “There is something at work in my soul, which I do not understand.” Confusion about life’s hard truth is one of the early signals that they are fighting back against the infection. Appreciating the fruits of the free-enterprise system is another indicator they are building an immunity to the Red Menace. The definitive treatment is a tax bill from the Internal Revenue Service, an institution too vile for any of the seven levels of Hell. The research has revealed that by the time members of the hive reach 30, they have been cleansed from the iniquitous ideas behind socialism. Perhaps the lifesaving treatment is to turn 10 into the new 20 – and 20 into the new 30 – and have America’s youth learn the concepts of work, money, and independence in adolescence. This might be the final solution to defeating this infection once and for all.
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