From American Thinker

On an episode of The Candace Owens Show that aired this past May, Owens had as her guest Dennis Prager.  While I agreed with most of the points made by both Ms. Owens and Mr. Prager, one item struck me as an example of superficial analysis.  They declared that the primary objective of the Left is "chaos."  In an immediate sense, this seems true; the so-called "progressive left" does appear to be deliberately sowing chaos in America today.
 


However, I submit that the Left's "chaos" is an intermediate objective, the means to an end.  They have a well defined endgame.  The Communist Bloc countries were a lot of things, but they were generally not chaotic.  They were highly regimented societies, and while they did not have the material standard of living or political freedoms enjoyed in the West, there were some agreeable aspects, as related by the wife of one Carlo Alcos in an online feature story on the Matador Network about her early childhood experiences growing up in East Germany:

 
It wasn't all trying, though.  Everyone had a job, school lunches were free, after-school care was free, people were generally happy, necessities were extremely cheap, and there was more
community spirit than there is nowadays.  In those times, there were no Joneses to keep up with.

 
Rigidly communist East Germany hardly sounded like "chaos."  So what is the progressive left's game in the Era of Trump? 

Read the complete article from American Thinker at the link below.

 

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