Creeping Commies. We need another Red Scare!

“You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else.” – Albert Einstein

Creeping Commies. We need another Red Scare!

By Jason A Brown

Progressives never cease to amaze me as they, without shame, move to implement the communist playbook to bring down the United States of America from the inside.  Is there a communist playbook? You bet there is, and it was entered into the congressional record (Appendix, pp. A34-A35) on Thursday January 10, 1963. [Link:]

Read the list and check off which of these goals from 1963 have been implemented to date.  The result will terrify you.  What happened to America’s universal opposition to communism?  Decades ago, there was a collective opposition to anyone or anything that had any ties whatsoever to communism or communists.  Ask Julian and Ethel Rosenberg, that were convicted of spying on behalf of the Soviet Union and executed on June 19, 1953.  If these two were alive today, they would probably be professors at a university, and given the task of educating young minds.

How did we get here?  The answer is not simple and there are many contributing factors.  What we call education in this country is an absolute disgrace.  What does it mean to be educated?  Is the purpose of education to teach one how to think or what to think?  As human beings, we have different views and opinions on various issues that tend to be a product of our past experiences.  Where we grew up, our parents and their parenting style, or lack of a parenting style, our friends and acquaintances past and present, the presence or absence of physical and/or emotional trauma at some stage of our life, I could go on, but you get the idea.  Who we are today is the sum of all of these environments, people, and experiences?  Our unique personalities are shaped in this way over time.

People perceive things differently and this ability to develop a unique perspective is a crucial component of the learning process.  An individual that finds himself in a learning environment, must have this freedom to explore ideas, and express their opinion on specific subjects and issues.  We are not all going to see things the same way, for the reasons I stated above.  By acknowledging this fact, we are promoting true “diversity”.  Diversity within a civilized society comes in the form of thought and ideas, not skin color.  In this melting pot that is the United States of America, we remember where we came from and celebrate our ancestors but, what we become here has more to do with our soul, and what we have inside, not the shell that houses that soul.  Our soul is eternal, but our earthly body, red, yellow, black, white, green, brown, or otherwise, is not a reflection of who we are in God.  We are all brothers and sisters in Christ.

Diversity of thought is important, and opinions should be heard even when those opinions fall outside the norm.  Progress cannot be realized if you only allow discussion and implantation of the status quo.  The greatest minds, Einstein, Tesla, Jobs, Musk and many others, didn’t care when people told them that they were crazy, or that what they were attempting couldn’t be done.  But they continued doing what they were doing, challenging accepted norms and refusing to be limited by perceived glass ceilings, road blocks, or other obstacles.  These great minds define diversity and the color of their skin had nothing to do with their genius.

We should embrace this diversity of thought but at the same time we must be cognizant of the fact that all opinions and perspectives are not created equal.  By this I am referring to the explosion of neo-Marxism in the form of postmodernism, that has allowed communism to slither its way into the minds of our youth through academia and pop culture under the guise of “perspective”.  The idea that all perspectives/opinions should be heard, does not suggest that all of those perspectives are viable.  Take the gender movement as an illustration of my point here.  There are two genders, period.  If one wants to believe that there are 48, 69, 84, or more genders and pronouns that accommodate those variations, that is fine, but that opinion should not be adopted by the scientific community, the government, and academia while being shoved down people’s throats.  California has a law on the books that criminalizes addressing someone using incorrect pronouns.  In California though, does it really surprise you?

The postmodernist seeks to divide the population by creating numerous identity groups based on race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, etc., in a struggle for power. This differs from traditional Marxism where Marx’s intent was to stoke the flames of conflict between the bourgeoisie and the proletariat to influence social change via redistribution of wealth. We have the media today, stirring up fear, making people afraid of their own shadow, but what we should really fear is a cultural shift and takeover of American society and government, that we are all witnessing right now. America has fallen asleep, and while many have woken up, we still have a long way to go in educating people on the evil that is communism. More specifically, the young people that have been brainwashed by academia, the media, and pop culture. COVID is not worthy of the fear that the media has manufactured. Communism is a clear and present danger, and to say that the fear is warranted is an understatement. We need another Red Scare because the threat of communism is something to be very afraid of, because we have seen what the communist ideology does to people and the societies in which they live.


Jason A. Brown

I am a 42 old husband and father I enjoy writing as an outlet to inform others and bring truth into the world. When you see my work, you will understand.

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