"Democracy is indispensable to socialism." Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
"Modern Socialism is inseparable from political democracy." Spargo, John (1912) Elements of Socialism. pg 337.
"The view that democracy and Socialism are inwardly related spread
far and wide in the decades which preceded the Bolshevist revolution.
Many came to believe that democracy and Socialism meant the same thing,
and that democracy without Socialism or Socialism
without democracy would not be possible." Socialism, Ludwig von Mises,
"The Western democracy of today is the forerunner of Marxism which
without it would not be thinkable." Adolf Hitler as a young man watching
the Social Democracy marches in Vienna. (Mein Kampf, pg 78. Manheim
translation, Mariner paperback)
"For Bernstein democracy was both means and ends of the struggle to
achieve socialism, the belief in a future new dawn when the dust of the
apocalypse had cleared a utopian chimera." Weisberger, Adam M. (1997)
The Jewish Ethic and the Spirit of Socialism.
Peter Lang: New York. pg 146
"But the tents of Shem are communism, internationalism, democracy,
the equality of the races, nations and peoples, the universal
brotherhood of man, the emancipation of the working class, and the human
society." Wanton, Harry (1939) A Program for the
Jews; An Answer to all Anti-Semites; A Program for Humanity. Committee
for the Preservation of the Jews Astoria Press: NY. http://mailstar.net/waton-program.html pg 74.
As Ezra Pound put it decades ago, "Democracy" is just Jewspeak for "a country run by Jews".
The German classicist, Prof. Karl Otfried Müller notes that, "...democracy likes a large mass, and hates all divisions."
'Democracy' is the political manifestation of Gnosticism.
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