By Dr. Eduardo Enriquez

Hard to believe
In 1986 I had the privilege to come to New York for consultation of a patient that was not improving in his rehabilitation case. I was thrilled not only for the honor of being ask for consultation but for the possibility to be in the USA.
I remember clearly that in the immigration paper that foreigners must fill before entering the country, there was a place where you must assure, you never were or are part of the Communist party. I thought it was great, especially when in my life I lived under the political control of this type of regime, and it is not good for the people.
What is hard to believe is today in the United States of America the Communist manifest is being promoted in the university among students. The Communist Manifesto, written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, was first published in 1848. It formed the basis for the modern communist movement as we know it, arguing that capitalism would inevitably self-destruct, to be replaced by socialism and ultimately communism. The intention is to destroy capitalism and replace it for socialism and the total control of the government over the life of the people.
Today, we have politicians trying to sell the idea of socialism and capital distribution, taking from some and giving to others is the solution to improve the quality of life of all Americans. They are promoting that the collective improvement of the society, under the control of the state, will produce the improvement of each individual. The American capitalistic system demonstrated; is the improvement of each individual what produces the collective progress of the society. The individual creativity and action of each citizen is what produces the progress and prosperity of a country, and the best example is the United States of America.
I believe that these proposers of socialistic ideas in this country, they either do not have a knowledge about the devastation and atrocities that socialism did in many countries, or they have the sinister intention of destroying the USA. Ignoring the totalitarianism that socialism brought in the entire world, the consistent depravation of freedom for the citizens of many countries, is like turning our back to the thousands of people that gave their life to preserve our freedom.
Who can ignore the Mao-Tse-Tung purge in China, who has mass produced every kind of misery and disaster on the Chinese mainland. Joseph Stalin, whom was, even discredited by Nikita Khrushchev, he killed, according with some historian, 20 million of Russian people in the name of perfected socialist. Is this what is wanted for our country?
It would be extremely long to report the poverty spread around the world in the name of socialism and a fictitious social justice. But perhaps we can remember the devastation in the countries that once where behind the iron curtain, after the wall come down and the reality of the communist paradise were exposed. In reality, if you never lived under the thumb of the government, you really do not have any idea of the devastating consequences in the life of people and the economy. In other words forget about the American Dream as we know. They are going to say, well what we want is socialism like in The Nordic Scandinavian countries, a moderate socialism. Let’s set it straight Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark are not socialist countries, they are capitalist countries with high taxes. Do not forget that Communist hide under the term Socialism, do not be deceived, they are a wolf with lamb’s clothes.
I’d like to ask a question. How do you explain the lower economic level in any country that was or is under socialism, as Russia, Cuba, Poland, Rumania, Nicaragua etc., the list is more extensive? If this is the communist paradise, the question is why these people want to leave such extraordinary life and live in the USA?
So, do not be deceived, acquire the knowledge necessary to identify the wolf dressed as a lamb.

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