It is no secret that one of the goals of the Left agenda is to re-educate the masses. The only accepted culture is the culture that they approve and design. This can be confirmed by looking at the state in which the European Union is currently in. A continent ravaged by the horrible crimes of communism, corroded by the collectivist virus, is now commemorating the birth of the individual whose vision made possible the ascension of socialism.
The West reached a level of indoctrination in which the new European defends a theocracy which hangs its subjects for disobedience, dreams of a conquered Israel and aspires to a classless society in which the social state stands above the individual.
It is thus concerning to see that the core ideology of the European Union aims more and more at the destruction of one of the pillars of a meritocratic society, the hierarchical structure.
To sum up, one of the main goals of the leftist indoctrination is the dissolution of hierarchy. A move which can only support the eternal socialist war on competence.
Socialism in theory and in practice
One of the most overused argument that the Left presents to defend socialism is the misuse and misinterpretation of the ideology when it is put in practice. No matter how many countries try and fail in the implementation, the left will always blame the interpretation but never the ideology as a whole.
Socialism does not work in practice because socialism is a disaster in theory. At its foundational principles, socialism is theft and there can be no moral base for theft. Looking at this from an economical point of view, socialism does not work because it entraps the means of production, leading to what I like to call the socialist paradox: When there are more takers than makers, the makers are at a disadvantage. There is simply no way to further stimulate the makers into continuous production.
The socialist approach does not account for growth. It freezes and then redistributes the resources until there is nothing left to redistribute.
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.” – Ronald Reagan