What Exactly Is ‘Social Justice’?

The term “social justice” is now commonly used by leftist activists, clergy, educators, judges, and politicians to describe the goal they seek to achieve with many of their policies. No precise definition of “social justice” is ever offered by the left. Instead, the term is always used in a vague way — as if everyone already knows, or should know, what the seemingly well-intentioned phrase “social justice” means.

So, what exactly is “social justice”?

Social justice is the complete economic equality of all members of society. While this may sound like a lofty objective, what it really means is that wealth should be collected by the government and evenly distributed to everyone. In short, social justice is communism. It is rooted in the Marxist idea that the money people make and the property they own do not rightfully belong to the people who make the money and own the property.

“Justice,” in the Marxist context, means economic equality. This is the Marxist utopian ideal that all members in a society should receive the same amount of compensation, regardless of occupation, skill, or work ethic. The oft-quoted socialist mantra, “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need,” comes from this concept.

Social justice can be accomplished in only one way in a capitalist society — by wealth redistribution. Continue reading>>

Great Highlights in Marxist Leadership”: Or, When Change Turns Malignant

Obama: “I’d love to spend time venting and yelling at people”
Presuming Barack Obama considers cursing himself an act of blasphemy, he will certainly relish therapeutic yelling at others for the enormity of his own incompetence (as he admitted wanting to do on Larry King recently).

What makes observing Obama’s on-the-job training more egregious is his determination to taste every conceivable failure. He’s like the moth that can’t resist flying into the candle, again and again, till both wings are reduced to smoldering stumps. Yet, Barack’s genius for falling-short merely puts him into the pantheon of other notable Marxist leaders. The curious suicide impulse of socialist leaders to stagger from one banana skin to another is the topic of this essay.

Each epic Marxist leader, such as Lenin, Stalin, and Mao caused suffering, chaos and destruction at an unimaginable level. American leftist leaders like the insufferably self-righteous ex-president Jimmy Carter also have wrought misguided havoc in the name of the poor, downtrodden, and unpopular, at the price of capitalism. And now Barack Obama joins this august list. But what most people don’t know, because they cannot conceive of such profound evil, is Marxism and socialism, are predicated upon the collapse of capitalism. This, then, might put into context the various strange elements of Obama’s ruling style, which seems to specialize in condemnation of the greedy, but puts very little stock in the virtues of capitalism and the American way of life.

Why do Marxists always fail? Three reasons:
A rebellious nature that first draws them to socialism, being a total opposition to capitalism, freedom and human rights;

Normally, an utter lack of traditional leadership experience;
Typically, being blinded by megalomania; ie manic self-love.

Before listening to White House advisers Anita Dunn and Van Jones extolling Chairman Mao Zedong, we ought to recall leftist dictators probably murdered somewhere between 150-200 million innocent souls last century. Does that stand for nothing? Can anyone argue, in the face of such pure evil, that Mao, Stalin, or Lenin ought to be described as role models in any conceivable scenario?
Where does Barack Obama fit in here?

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