Socialism stops working when the socialists have given away everyone’s wealth and land

by Alex Bruce

Has “wokeness” ruined everything? That’s the question which spurred a podcast by Ash Sarkar, a twenty-something British academic media darling who contributes to The Guardian and The Independent and is featured in this latest post by British YouTuber, Sargon of Akkad.

First, Sarkar asks, “What is woke culture?” pretending exasperation and ignorance. Later in the interview, she opines:

 “Woke is accepting that LGBT identities are valid and should be protected under the law; that woke culture is an acknowledge-ment that racialized outcomes, reproduced through institutions in society and people of color measurably are treated differently… what I want, at an interpersonal level is understanding, empathy and solidarity and at a political level, I want the pursuit of redistributive goals, whether that’s power, whether that’s wealth, whether that’s land, in order to pursue aims of social justice, along class, gender and race lines.”

 Sargon of Akkad agrees. “This is actually an excellent definition of woke culture, because it shows us that we are dealing with a radical movement, that violates some of the fundamental values of modern, Liberal Britain. Primarily, that we do not think of arbitrary characteristics, like race, gender and anything else should be factors that contribute to outcomes, wherever possible and that we believe that a person’s private property should, in fact be protected by the state, using the law and not taken away from a person by the state, instead.

 “Appropriating people’s wealth and land, then re-distributing it along race, gender and class lines seems like an aberrant violation of those values and would naturally be seen as unethical by someone who is not a part of woke culture and follows the traditional values of modern Britain.”

Like Saikat Chakrabarti, AOC’s race-baiting svengali and former chief-of-staff, who’s done so much to inject a new brand of hysterical, racial divisiveness into the American political process, Sarkar is also the child of Bangladeshi immigrants. Both project ancestral traumas onto the West while strategically weaponizing White Guilt to advance their goal of Global Communism.

Neither complains about Bangladesh, where Islam is the state religion and homosexuality is still punishable by life imprisonment; where the Islamization of that country was defined by overthrowing the Varna caste system, the most skin color-obsessed means of social control ever devised, lasting millennia and still going strong throughout South Asia – now replaced with its Muslim version of “Ashrafs” who claim superior status derived from Persian, Turkic and Arab ancestry or alleged descent from Muhammad.

They don’t complain about Bangladesh because it doesn’t have the capital that they want to see “redistributed” along identitarian lines.

This, while they subscribe to “Luxury Communism”. Sarkar’s boss, Aaron Bastani wrote a manifesto about it. Luxury Communism is technocratic utopianism that’s about “fully embracing automation” and how technology will reduce the value of commodities – food, healthcare and housing – towards zero and how synthetic biology will prolong life and virtually eliminate disease.

Such things may indeed come to pass – but it sure as Hell won’t be because of a Global Communism!

These people are young and so steeped in ideology that they don’t see how Big Tech, influenced by Marxist and Postmodernist thought has already created a monopolistic combine of censorship, surveillance, social engineering, resulting in our current stealth digital totalitarianism with a corporatist, “social justice” veneer.

The unprecedented collaboration between Big Tech, with the mass media and the intelligence agencies to saturate the infosphere with their chosen narrative and to ban all others is decidedly not taking us to the “world of liberty, luxury and happiness”, of which the wokesters dream.

About Editor, cairnsnews

One of the few patriots left who understands the system and how it has been totally subverted under every citizen's nose. If we can help to turn it around we will, otherwise our children will have nothing. Our investigations show there is no 'government' of the people for the people of Australia. The removal of the Crown from Australian Parliaments, followed by the incorporation of Parliaments aided by the Australia Act 1987 has left us with corporate government with policies not laws, that apply only to members of political parties and the public service. There is no law, other than the Common Law. This fact will be borne out in the near future as numerous legal challenges in place now, come to a head soon.

Posted on January 27, 2020, in Agenda 2030, ALP, Annastacia Palaszczuk, United Kingdom, United Nations and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. As with money, one should never give anyone anything except for an opportunity. Redistribution, as per the socialist paradigm, just rewards the bludgers.
    I fully believe that no-one in Australia has ever been given a fair crack. If you amass weallh, some institutionalised entity will try and steal it off you, as I have seen with any number of friends.
    Just look at the Banks, and perhaps the Roy Lavis matter, which was a set-up by Which Ban, if there ever was one.
    There are thousands and thousands of cases of Bank fraud extending over decades and decades.
    No. No distribution of undeserved wealth, just a fair opportunity to to get ahead, eke out a living, and amass a bit of personal wealth rather than have it stolen form you outright, or via taxes.


  2. Good one Gary. We spoke to Roy Lavis recently about his bank dilemma. It really was a criminal act by Witch Bank. Editor


  3. We spoke to Roy Lavis recently. He has been screwed badly by criminals within Witch Bank.Thanks Ed


  4. Yes. Roy Lavis.If you look at the 60 Minutes program about him, you will see Kate Carnell (Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman) mention Unconscionable Conduct, which is prosecutable.Carnell, I am told (by Derek Balogh) sat in the ACT Parliament when that legislation was voted on.Carnell’s brief as that particular Ombudsman says that she can refer any matter at all to the “appropriate authorities”, in Lavis’s case: ASIC.She did not do that, and had a fair bit of gall mentioning Unconscionable Conduct when she didn’trefer Roy’s matters on. I’d love to get on to the 60 Min journo and tell him that!Carnell, in case you don’t know, is a creature, originally, of the banking industry, just like your old tart Premier Anna Bligh.You’re never going to get anywhere with frauds like that in the positions they occupy. Best regs Gary


  5. A bit about Unconscionable Conduct is in the attachments.Pass them onto Roy, maybe?



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