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There are four characteristics which brand a country unmistakably as a dictatorship: one-party rule—executions without trial or with a mock trial, for political offenses—the nationalization or expropriation of private property—and censorship. A country guilty of these outrages forfeits any moral prerogatives, any claim to national rights or sovereignty, and becomes an outlaw.
Corrupt press…check. corrupted policy makers…check. corrupt judiciary…check. Corrupted bureaucracies….check.
Dictatorship? Are we there yet?
- Former Dem pollster says media has become the enemy of the American people (hollyonthehill.com)
- Poll: Democrats Long For Communist Dictatorship in America (redalexandriava.com)
- Gallup: Record Preference For ‘One Party Rule’ (tarpon.wordpress.com)
- Americans’ Preference Shifts Toward One-Party Government (businessinsider.com)
Tags: 2012 vote, ayn rand, election, fail, media, objectivism, paul ryan, republican, vice president
Hate to waste Sniperhunter’s sorta-kinda first post and add to the cacophony that is analysis of the tenuous connection between the Republican Party’s golden boy du-cycle, Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan, and the high priestess of principles, philosopher and novelist Ayn Rand. The moment seems, however, like serendipity.
Not jumping on this opportunity to discuss the irrelevancy of the analysis done today in light of the cluelessness about Rand shown by most ‘pundits’ would be – well – selfless. (more…)