Iwas asked recently if the recent Marxist takeover of our country resembles my experience under the rule of the Communist Party Soviet-style regime decades ago. My simple answer is that Marxism is much worse today in so many ways.
Take for instance one’s body. We used to teach our children to run away from strangers who attempted to touch them inappropriately and to let authorities know and their parents about such aggressors, some of whom may have been relatives. But the 9/11 terrorist attack on our country conveniently allowed the government to pass the Patriot Act to protect us from terrorists. Nobody blinks an eye anymore at the invasive searches at airports, touching personal parts, molesting grandmothers, toddlers, babies, and adults alike. If you ask the TSA personnel, some of whom look quite frightening, they save thousands of lives every day.
Today in America, perverts in the academia and in public schools are obsessed with sex, pornography, and teaching it to students and children as young as kindergarten
Under the Communist Party rule, we were never strip-searched to such a degree and in public; a hapless or guilty citizen was strip-searched if he/she was arrested or if someone shop lifted. They were guilty until proven innocent and it seems that the law is changing in that direction now, you are no longer innocent until proven guilty, and citizens are arrested indefinitely without charge just like they did under communism long ago. The corrupt justice system, and it was all corrupt, created fake charges just to get rid of an inconvenient citizen who defied the Communist Party.
Schools under Soviet style communism never taught sex education, mentioned, or shown pornography in school, much less have explicit lessons. But today in America, perverts in the academia and in public schools are obsessed with sex, pornography, and teaching it to students and children as young as kindergarten, often without the parents’ knowledge and permission. Vile books are read in America’s classrooms, so vile that, when parents attempted to read passages from said books in front of the board of education, they were stopped on the grounds that such material was inappropriate in public.