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Letter to the editor: Leftist voters easily indoctrinated

Just like skilled seamstresses at Auschwitz sewed beautiful dresses for the German elite, the U.S. elite (better known as ”the swamp”) in NYC/Washington use their supplicant poor and struggling voters to keep them poor and struggling. It’s been going on since the Roman Empire. Why? 50% of Homo sapiens, Shakespeare’s ”fool multitude,” are clueless and always will be.

Germany’s Nazi party started as the National Socialist German Workers’ Party and always remained a socialist, leftist party (see Hermann Goring’s speech on YouTube) who voted Hitler into office. Did any of these elitist leftists (Lenin, Castro, Hitler, Stalin, etc.) ever step down from their lavish lifestyles and produce even a semblance of their gospel — socialist equality? Not a chance. Our Founders knew what George Washington warned: ”Government is not reason. It is not eloquence. Government is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant, and a fearful master.”

The problem is that most socialist and leftist voters are easily indoctrinated and graduated in the lower ranks of their graduating class and so never learned how to do homework — and think critically. All-powerful big government, and leftism, are synonymous.

Stephen M. Sokol

Mt. Lebanon

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