The Left’s Deluders and their Deluded

The Left’s Deluders and their Deluded

From:                       by Rich Loudenback


It is an incontrovertible fact that socialism always fails. Always has, always will. As Margaret Thatcher said, “Socialism sooner or later runs out of other people’s money.” Always!!!

And anyone pursuing socialism is a fool.

It doesn’t matter the flavor of socialism, pick one: Utopian socialismMarxist communismMarxism–LeninismStalinismMaoismTrotskyismCouncil and left communismAutonomismAnarchismMutualismCollectivist anarchismAnarchist communismAnarcho-syndicalismNational Socialism and our newest flavor of the month ahem, or our times, is Democratic Socialism. They have all failed. See my website: which totally debunks socialism. Oh, and check out the truths about ‘The Bern’ here and here 2, etc. 3456789101112,13, and 14


One of the most socialist countries in the world today is our northern neighbor, Canada. It is just a matter of time for them, if a Trumpian Canuck doesn’t surface soon they are headed for at least self-inflicted civil strife. Their boy wonder, Justin Trudeau (46) probably believing too much in his late father’s legacy, appears naïve about reality like most socialists, but given his incredible responsibility and the dire direction they are following according to the auspices of the United Nations he has to be asleep at the switch for not awakening to his impending reckoning with what works and what doesn’t. See: Lawyer Alan Whiteley: Ontario’s electricity Ponzi scheme and Hydro Rates in Ontario are killing small business

I like Canadians and the country but I really feel sorry for them given their misunderstanding of how to succeed in business. They have been blessed with our profit making exchange rate that has kept many of them in business for decades which is the primary reason they have been able to stay afloat given all their socialist programs.

My last several years before retiring, I worked for a management consulting company and traveled four provinces of Canada including the far eastern province of Nova Scotia. So I know I experienced pretty much the breadth of what the beautiful country is about and their many deluded citizens are about. Conversely, I was astonished at how strongly their conservatives expressed their views to me. There are some very ticked off Canadians up there and many of them surprised me by telling me they could not believe we elected Barack Hussein Obama. They saw him for what he is from the start, it almost seemed more quickly than most Americans did.

Some of the first things you start noticing in Canada are how many apartment complexes there are, how many people are waiting at bus stops, how many more big box stores there are than here, (all of ours and plenty more with names we’ve never heard of down here), and how fewer small independently owned businesses there are.

I’ll not forget a company in Alberta with 120 dealers in the U.S for utility trailers he manufactured who told me he hadn’t sold a single trailer in the U.S. without his customary approximate 15 to 25% advantage over American competition during the time of parity when the exchange rate was practically non-existent.


Some of Canada’s Many ‘Big Box’ Stores

All this about Canada is to draw a picture for where socialistic programs like Agenda 2030 and ObamaCare that penalize an economy can take us with costly welfare, over-regulation, subsidies and subsequent over taxation not to mention the wasteful costs associated with uncontrolled and overpaid bureaucracies that run things unfettered from sensible solutions that really work within a planned budget.

We are overladen with such programs and federal agencies which President Trump is rightly intending to rid us of the abuses, fat and waste and in several instances accomplish that by eliminating whole agenciesSee: The 62 agencies and programs Trump wants to eliminate

The design by our real establishment at the Council on Foreign Relations with the help of the United Nations and its many socialist programs has been for decades steering both our parties toward that same realm of reality as Canada so that we might be more easily merged into a North American Union partnership with Canada and Mexico, then segued into a status as a member of something like the Trans Pacific Partnership and eventually all the way into a member state in a global gover nment merged with the European Union which would be run by unaccountable, unelected global elitist who know best for everyone about everything.

That’s not for us. We are Americans. We like our freedoms and our sovereignty. If you don’t understand that you are either the deluder or the deluded which makes you a fool for not catching onto reality.

Socialism doesn’t work. Do real math. Check and verify facts. Wake up, smell the coffee. You are an American, you don’t have to take anyone’s word for anything. Take pride in using your personal responsibility to yourself and your loved ones for verifying real facts from responsible news sources.

To start with I recommend and start watching Fox News and Newsmax. And if you haven’t checked out the likes of Rush Limbaugh for a while get re-acquainted.


In 2015’s Charles Scaliger in his article Oh, Canada reported, “The Alberta conservative whose attempt to wean Canada away from her addiction to Big Government socialism has failed spectacularly. Harper, known in the United States for his chilly relationship with Barack Obama and his persistent efforts to persuade the White House to authorize the Keystone Pipeline to ship crude oil from the Alberta tar sands to American refineries, steered Canada through the Great Recession with sounder fiscal policymaking than other leaders in the Western world.

Former PM Stephen Harper

“As a result, Canada was the only major industrialized country to weather the Great Recession largely intact. While America stagnated, Canada enjoyed significant economic growth. Harper also succeeded in ridding Canada of the hated Long Gun Registry, an attempt by the Canadian government to register all privately-owned firearms that was met with widespread non-compliance. Harper was a fiscal conservative who championed smaller government and lower taxes, to the consternation of Canada’s liberal socialist establishment. Harper was also an unapologetic friend and ally of Israel and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and opposed the Obama nuclear deal with Iran.

“But on October 19, Canadians turned back to their leftist preferences by electing a large Liberal majority to Parliament, ushering in the era of Justin Trudeau. Trudeau, an enthusiastic proponent of cannabis use and son of the late Pierre Trudeau, the Liberal prime minister of Canada during most of the late ’60s, ’70s, and early ’80s. Despite warnings from Canada’s Conservatives that Trudeau is too young and callow to be prime minister, the cachet of the family name proved irresistible.

“The electoral math proved impossible to overcome for Harper. Canadians, in a funk because of a mild recession earlier this year, turned out en masse to throw the alleged bums out. All of Atlantic Canada, most of Quebec and Ontario, and all of Canada’s far north elected Liberal MPs, with Conservatives carrying the day only in Alberta (Canada’s freest province) and portions of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and British Columbia.


From:! – Written in 2016

Just Society:

Pierre Trudeau started the Canadian cause for a society where no one “should be entitled to superfluous or luxury goods until the essentials of life are made available to everyone”, which set the tone for modern-day Canada, in spite of the policy’s devastatingly Socialistic after-effects.

One of the strongest social safety nets in the world:

Welfare is widely defrauded by citizens as well as new immigrants, with hard-working Canadian citizens paying for every cent. While certain provinces, such as Ontario, have taken steps to eradicate fraud (and to get capable workers back into the workforce), these policies have been widely criticized as “violations of human rights.” As it stands right now, a person fully capable of working can remain on welfare for their entire life, if they so choose.

Efficient and provides excellent service to everyone:

The inefficiency of government control has resulted in outrageous waiting lists for services such as cancer treatment. Waiting lists for cancer treatment are considerably longer than the American average and “the times are also longer than what radiation oncologists consider to be the medically acceptable maximum” (Fraser Institute). Furthermore, in 1999, over 120 people were removed from the coronary by-pass surgery waiting list in Ontario because they had been on it so long, they were so unhealthy that they would not survive the surgery anyway. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has also ranked Canada low for the availability of MRI and CT scanners although Canada ranked fifth for health care costs. Similar problems plague almost every area of the system.

User fees:

The majority of Canadians choose to believe that more government funding is the answer to health care problems. Most Canadians refuse to even entertain the idea of user fees, which even Sweden has implemented as part of the answer to dealing with patients who go to the doctor for every sniffle or cough.

Canadian economy:

The Canadian rate of productivity, which is directly connected to the standard of living in a nation, continues to slow, particularly in comparison to the United States. The high Canadian tax rate discourages business growth and investment and Canada’s high level of debt (which owes great thanks to Trudeau’s massive expansion of social services in 1970’s) has contributed to the low value of the Canadian dollar.

Best and brightest to come to Canada to work:

The chief executive of one of Canada’s top high-tech companies said it best when he said, “we sure have not created an economic climate to keep our top talent … and wealth creators here for the coming century” (John Roth, CEO of Nortel). The low value of the Canadian dollar, the ability of American companies to adequately pay for highly-skilled workers, and the high rate of taxation has led to a “brain drain.” As Roth said, “the threshold for the top marginal tax rate in the United States just moved from $283,000 to $285,000. Canada’s threshold for its top rate starts at $65,000 Canadian, or $42,000 U.S. So in Canada, you are wealthy at $42,000 U.S. In America, you’re wealthy at $285,000 U.S.”

Redistribution of wealth:

Hardly a fair system. The provinces of Ontario and Alberta are the only net contributors to the economy of the country and are punished for this by having their wealth taken. Despite being morally wrong, this system of “taking from the rich to give to the poor” is rife with flaws. A family in Alberta with a household income of $30,000 – $40,000 will pay out over $3000 for equalization payments, while a family in the province of Newfoundland which has a household income of over $100,000 will receive over a $1000 in benefits. Furthermore, these equalization payments have not led to economic development in the areas receiving them, ensuring that the system will never end.

Supports labour unions:

Canadian law has given labour unions the right to force people to join as a condition of employment, in violation of the right to freedom of association.

The concept of rehabilitation and human rights:

There is no system of consecutive sentencing in Canada, resulting in such recent cases as the five year sentence given to a man who had a large role in the 1985 Air India bombing which killed 329 people. Many Canadian police officers have become frustrated as people convicted of such crimes as break and enter are routinely let off with light probation.

Charter of Rights and Freedoms:

While the Charter seems to defend such basic rights as “freedom of expression,” its preamble enshrines religious values (“Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the rule of law”) rather than a separation of church and state which any free nation should have. This allows for the continued public funding of Catholic schools, which even the UN has declared is a violation of civil rights.

More important, Section 33 of the Charter has the infamous “notwithstanding clause” which allows for any provincial government to violate fundamental freedoms if they pass an act of Parliament. This has most famously occurred in Quebec to violate the rights of non-Francophones.

World’s strongest democracies with an accountable government:

There is no limit to how long any Canadian politician, including the prime minister, can stay in power. The British-style Parliamentary system allows for a party to form a majority with only 40% of the popular vote. Furthermore, the West, in particular, does not get an adequate vote, a problem which had contributed to the Western Separation movement. In addition, Jean Chretien’s ‘reign’ as Prime Minister has been marked by patronage appointments, scandal, and corruption, in which billions of dollars have been misappropriated. He has centralized the power of Parliament within the Prime Minister’s Office and maintains strict controls over his fellow Liberal Party members to prevent dissent. Amongst the critics of his government, he has been called “The Friendly Dictator.” Even the leader of the Canadian citizen’s group Democracy Watch, who has co-written a book with ultra-socialist Ralph Nader, does not consider Canada a democracy any longer due to the centralization of power.


America’s leftist deluders are not challenged by their deluded followers for substantiated facts from vetted sources but taken at face value with no introspect at all. Followers of the left are real sheep, and also a lot like lemmings, who will follow the socialist insanity right off a cliff without any forethought. They are needing serious educating, but that task usually is fruitless. They are locked in, close-minded. Therefore, what else can they be called but fools? We probably need to concentrate our educating on low hanging fruit such as RINOs and misguided or confused conservatives. And elect bonafide patriots who know and definitely will follow our Constitutions, state and federal and do all we can to spurn and in no way support fake news big media and Hollywood propagandists.

When the left’s only position today is one of obstruction, labeling everyone not agreeing with them on most any topic racist, and spreading untold lies most of which are pure propaganda, there you have it. They are deluding their deluded followers who must be called fools.


See: At Council on Foreign Relations Forum, former Time Magazine editor and former State Department official Richard Stengel says, “Basically every country creates their own narrative story,” Stengel said. “My old job at the State Department was what people used to joke [call] the chief propagandist job. I’m not against propaganda, every country does it and they have to do it to their own population and I don’t necessarily think it’s that awful.”

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At a Council on Foreign Relations forum about “fake news,” former Editor at Time Magazine Richard Stengel directly states that he supports the use of propaganda on American citizens – then shuts the session down when challenged about how propaganda is used against the third world

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