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Chilling Interview with Trevor Loudon: Obama is a Leninist

Submitted by on January 11, 2014 – 9:24 am ESTOne Comment

By: Sara Noble
Independent Sentinel

Trevor Loudon’s latest book, The Enemies Within, is a book everyone should own. It contains invaluable reference material on communists and communist sympathizers in our government today. The many profiles in communism contained in the book will leave you stunned.

It outlines the workings behind modern communism and how it impacts your life, every single day.

This book gives one a clearer understanding as to how a minority of extremists can win on all the big issues. We need to know who the enemy is if we hope to defeat him, and this is the ultimate reference book.

You can order it from the Pacific Freedom Foundation. I’m not getting paid for this. It is something I believe in. I didn’t make my decision until I read the book.

The Enemies Within is not hyperbolic, it is well-researched and it’s factual.

It is not PC to call communists communists but we need to start.

THE INTERVIEW

Is Obama moving us toward European Socialism?

Trevor Loudon says it is way beyond that. Obama’s model is based on Lenin and it’s Czechoslovakia in the 1940′s. It is is more like Cuba or Venezuela under Hugo Chavez. This is a communist takeover.

Is Mr. Obama trying to destroy us?

Cloward & Piven, Alinsky, and Lenin.

FYI, Leninism is the theory and practice of proletarian revolution as developed by Lenin. A proletarian revolution is a social revolution in which the working class attempts to overthrow the bourgeoisie. Proletarian revolutions are generally advocated by socialists, communists, and most anarchists.

Where are the patriots in our government who would protect us? Where are the whistleblowers?

All Democrats in Congress are under the sway of the hard-left:

What is going on with the media? The media is supposed to serve as watchdogs but the journalism schools have been taken over by the left and the 20% who are conservative would be called McCarthyites if they attempted to call the communists communists:

Are Progressives Communists?

Trevor Loudon on Bill de Blasio and NYC’s bleak future:

The New World Order and a dire prediction:

Everyone needs to read this book:

The Enemies Within, the must-read book that gives the reader a good idea of what we are facing. As Trevor Loudon said, Obama is no ordinary liberal. This is very serious.

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  • theBuckWheat says:

    The economist Ludwig von Mises defined socialism as any scheme by which an economic decision was taken out of the sphere of private interaction between those engaging in voluntary exchange and where third parties were allowed to impose their non-economic criteria about the transaction. In other words where “social” criteria were allowed to intrude in otherwise economic considerations.

    He want on to prove (not just as a matter of opinion, but of logic) that the greater the non-economic considerations in an exchange, the less wealth that was mutually created. The end result is that, according to Mises, under socialism, rational economic calculation is “impossible” (his word).

    To put this in terms that the “sustainability crowd” can understand,
    when your metrics for an economic activity are sufficiently “social”, they lose their ability to indicate if the economic activity is “sustainable.” Where the the system does not allow managers to clearly see if something they propose will produce a profit, the economic loss must be made up by consuming economic resources from some where else.

    This was expertly explained in Joseph Salerno’s essay on Ludwig von Mises’ 1920 book, Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth: Postscript: Why a Socialist Economy is “Impossible”

    link: http://mises.org/econcalc/post.asp

    link to Mises book:
    http://library.mises.org/books/Ludwig%20von%20Mises/Economic%20Calculation%20in%20the%20Socialist%20Commonwealth_Vol_2.pdf

    and:
    http://mises.org/document/448/Economic-Calculation-in-the-Socialist-Commonwealth

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