I read the stories about the various occupy protests and wonder what they want to accomplish. One of the themes that keeps cropping up is warfare among the classes, a revolution. It appears they are not content with the country they live in and want the country to be of a different style. This leads to lots of ferment and creates lots of anger.
Do a search on the Russian revolution and read a bit about it. One of the key things is the different classes and the conflicts that arose.
A small group in Russia protested against the rich and landed people. It was against the rulers, the Queen, the Tsars and others. It went on for several decades, lots of conflicts and turmoil leading to many overthrows and finally the communist country in 1918.
Communism was very strong in the US during the late 1800’s into the early 1900’s. WWI diverted lots of the communist enthusiasm in the US but it did not go away. In the 1950’s were the McCarthy hearings on communism and J Edgar Hoover. Communism faded back into the wood work but did not die.
Marxism is still taught in colleges and universities as being an acceptable form of governance. Yet every place in the world Marxism has been tried, it has failed. The teachers and professors in universities continue to teach Marx.
Are we a country doomed to fall under the axe of Communism. As long as the protestors continue to flaunt the law and there are no consequences for their illegal actions a totalitarian government is on the horizon.
So many who love freedom have had the attitude of live and let live. Today the bullies a moving into the land of governance and the so many are afraid of confronting them because they see what is on the other side, a serious conflict. It appears it is a battle they are not ready to engage in. A line is being drawn.
What do we expect from our government, has not clearly been defined….. has it?