November 3, 2011
When a Marxist says "power to the people," he isn't talking about actual people.In fact, so few actual people want what Marxists want them to want
that the emergence of even one or two who fit the category becomes cause for universal acclaim and celebration. That's how so many earnest people, including the entire Nobel Peace Prize award committee, got taken in by the fabricated "memoirs" of Rigoberta Menchu. That's why the pages of Ms. are full of bright pictures of women's collective art projects in Central America and women's collective farming projects in Zimbabwe. It takes no time at all to realize that Marxists and their intellectual offspring have no use for actual people in general, and only one use for "actual people" who do want what they're supposed to want. They treat them like pets. -- The Official Jane Haddam Web Site - Essay - ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE...NOT
Posted by Vanderleun at November 3, 2011 1:34 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.