If North Korea can make a Progressive Utopia, why can't we?

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    If North Korea can make a Progressive Utopia, why can't we?

    Comrades,

    it does sadden me to see the socialist success of the People's Paradise of DPRK
    when compared to ours. How do we know this to be true, because the people of
    DPRK have told us so-

    just watch the video to see the truth

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9HxGhIo-6k]Life in the People's Paradise of DPRK - YouTube[/ame]

    True compatriots in the Progressive cause

    What do they owe to their success? They have gone the whole way into the progressive cause...

    Everything in the State, nothing against the State, nothing outside the State


    Where as we, have taken the failed path of legislative socialism. The process is too slow
    and it is failing us.
    The recent S&P downgrade marks extinction for 19th-20th century progressivism.


    What tools do we have left?
    - interest rates are low as they can go to go any good
    - we can't tax anyone enough without crashing the economy
    - how much can we debt spend since we are broke
    - we can't not allow true reforms to entitlements which limit the state's role

    Traditionally, the progressive movement following the advice of past Socialist Party leaders like Presidential candidate Eugene Debs,
    has tried to legislate our way to it and thankfully, with the help of Democrats and RINOs,
    we have moved the country in the direction of a socialist utopia, but it is too slow and it appears to be failing.

    Now while the slow creeping attempts to legislate ourselves to a Progressive Utopia
    served its purpose to "slowly boil the frog in hot water" to where they, the American voter, won't jump out, I say it is no longer necessary.

    We are ready NOW to take the "revolutionary" logical next step and go full speed into
    the arms of the state- A true and full socialist utopia just like North Korea.

    The time is now! Everything is in place.

    There is a Record Number of American Receiving Food Stamp Benefits

    Papa Obama and the Democrats have gotten an early endorsement from the CPUSA


    As Eugene V Debs said:

    The issue is Socialism versus Capitalism. I am for Socialism because I am for humanity. We have been cursed with the reign of gold long enough.
    Money constitutes no proper basis of civilization. The time has come to regenerate society — we are on the eve of universal change.
     
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    Obama and the Dems want to cut our power so we too will live it pitch darkness at night

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    Yes I see that

    a great cause global war... er global cool... er Climate Change.
    Good thing for us the solution is for more gov't control.
    :eusa_whistle:

    Really Frank,

    capitalism and socialist progressive goals do not mix well
    How much from the producers can we take before they unable to produce?

    The only solution is for the gov't to control all factors of production.
    Why should the gov't legislate, when it can just take!



    If we are to survive the looming catastrophe, we need to face the truth

    The idea that a capitalist economy can support a socialist welfare state is collapsing before our eyes...

    We have arrived at the endgame of what was an untenable doctrine: to pay for the kind of entitlements that populations have been led to expect by their politicians, the wealth-creating sector has to be taxed to a degree that makes it almost impossible for it to create the wealth that is needed to pay for the entitlements that populations have been led to expect, etc, etc.

    The only way that state benefit programmes could be extended in the ways that are forecast for Europe’s ageing population would be by government seizing all the levers of the economy and producing as much (externally) worthless currency as was needed – in the manner of the old Soviet Union.

    That is the problem. So profound is its challenge to the received wisdom of postwar Western democratic life that it is unutterable in the EU circles in which the crucial decisions are being made – or rather, not being made. …

    We have been pretending – with ever more manic protestations – that this could go on for ever. Even when it became clear that European state pensions (and the US social security system) were gigantic Ponzi schemes in which the present beneficiaries were spending the money of the current generation of contributors, and that health provision was creating impossible demands on tax revenue, and that benefit dependency was becoming a substitute for wealth-creating employment, the lesson would not be learnt. We have been living on tick and wishful thinking.


     
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    Thanks for the video.It will give the Libs on here wet dreams tonight as this is their hope for the USA.Where Government provides everything and we want for nothing....

    Tell you one thing though...Korean chicks are friggin HOT.....
     
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    Yes indeed!
    She also appears to be thin and shapely; no doubt from their successful food programs

    Expect more of that in our "New Brave World"

    After all, reproduction is too important of a factor of production to be
    controlled by the individual.
     
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    You do realize that the majority of that country is starving to death don't you?
    Only one city has electricity and the rest of the country, people have no heat during the winter.No plumbing in their homes.
    Farmers have no equipment, like tractors to farm their crops.
    What utopia?
    Oh I see, he's a New Yorker who lives in a apartment the size of a broom closet and pays 1,800.00 for rent per month or more and the city is being over run with rats.
    Oh yes, that utopia alright.
    Your nuts.
    Your dream world is only in your head and is not going to happen because we have a Constitution so that totalitarianism will not happen to us.
    Socialism had always failed.
    Progressivism is what is ruing us right now, and the cause of why we have no jobs or growth.
     
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    Lies Lies from corporations and right wing racists and tea party members

    Everyone knows that socialism works best
     
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    North Korea isn't progressive at all. It's quite conservative. They don't allow voting. And government is passed down from family to family.

    They don't even call themselves "progressive".

    It's the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

    North Korea

    And thanks to America..South Korea doesn't spend much on it's military. So that leaves it money for many socialist programs..like Socialized Medicine.
     
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    Parody, sarcasm, a jab to the tender under belly and soft heads of the left.
     
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    It is a full CPE - it depends on large gov't
    It is a creature of the Left
    thank goodness

    No even in the video she thanks their leader
    for having a socialist state, right at the end

    Progressive, socialist , it is all the same stuff
    The Left knows that the labels like liberals and socialists
    are losers, so they try to "reinvent" themselves

    They have voting- just like the Soviet Union
    Granted only one party is on the ticket
    Just think of it like Democrats and RINOs
     
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