[ASI] Can Marxism be Defeated?

October 22nd, 2015 at 1:18 pm EDT
Cliff Kincaid
President.
America's Survival, Inc.
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Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

Tomorrow morning, Friday, October 23, at 9:00 am Eastern time, I will be a guest on a Google hangout Internet TV show hosted by Jeff Nyquist and Allan Dos Santos, to discuss my new book, The Sword of Revolution and the Communist Apocalypse. Google hangout is a free video chat service that enables people to communicate worldwide. You can watch the show by clicking here at that time.

We will be looking for solutions to the current predicament. We at ASI have been urging conservatives to revisit the wit and wisdom of anti-communist President Ronald Reagan, who launched a strategy of “dialectical reversal” against the forces of communism, a rhetorical strategy that even included joking about how Marxism was destined to fail because of its incompatibility with human nature and man’s yearning to be free. What is lacking in the current context, from Republican candidates for president, is a pro-freedom strategy based on the Reagan approach that bolsters our national defenses, including strengthening intelligence agencies such as the NSA. Despite major setbacks for U.S. influence in the world, my book emphasizes that the forces of freedom are still alive, as we have seen Marxism and radical Islam on the defensive in such countries as Ukraine, Egypt, Colombia, Venezuela, and Brazil.

In my view, the Tea Party movement in the U.S. is an example of dialectical reversal, because it represents a setback for the Marxist forces of “historical change.”

We had a technical problem with last night’s Roku feed of our show with Becky Gerritson of the Wetumpka Tea Party. It did air on the Internet. But we have recorded the show and will soon be posting it both on Roku and our YouTube channel.



For America's Survival,


Cliff Kincaid, President




 

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