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Ten Things You Should Know About Socialism | Thomas J. DiLorenzo
Recorded at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 17 July 2019. Mises University is the world's leading instructional program in the Austrian school of ...
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  1. RobRich says: • Website

    Socialism is in two flavors, libertarian and voluntary community eco-socialism under Libertarian International auspices (they invented the original) or similar (think the Amish or a condo) vs. either coercive socialism of the far-right or far-left. The latter is anti-rights, anti-individual, anti-capitalist, and meant to control and impoverish ‘equally.’

    Kids are being brainwashed in the schools with elements of coercive socialism daily and a constant drumbeat of how evil the US is and completely non- or mis-educate on capitalism, science, and logic. Their is even a manual for ‘democratic socialist’ teachers on how to accomplish this.

  2. Icy Blast says:

    To become immersed in history is to cease being a socialist.

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