First plank of communism: abolish all private property (sound familiar?) – WATCH at REAL.video
08/02/2018 / By Ethan Huff
How closely does the agenda of the Democrats and the modern-day Left match that of Karl Marx and the Communist Party? Almost perfectly, believe it or not.
During a recent episode of The Issue, available at REAL.video, host “Ghetto Man” discusses the first plank of communism: the abolition of all private property.
It’s something that the Left of today is also pushing for in the name of “equality” and “fairness,” borrowing a page straight from the Communist Manifesto.
Even Marx, who’s regarded more as a socialist, emphasized how disallowing people from owning land and personal property is the first step towards implementing communism in a nation. [Research Agenda 21 & Wildland Project]
“Karl Marx said if he could sum up communism in one sentence, it would be: ‘abolition of private property,’” Ghetto Man explains.
Listen in for yourself to hear how what’s happening in the United States today under the guise of “progress” is just communism with a fresh veneer:
Private property and person are one and the same
The reason why the right to private property is so important is that private property is “an extension of the person,” according to Ghetto Man.
This is also how private property is delineated in our nation’s founding documents – our founders recognizing that private property is key to individualism as opposed to collectivism.
“The first and greatest property right is the right to own one’s self,” says Ghetto Man. “A conscious thinking human being in charge of his or her own destiny, unhindered by any human authority.”