It starts with AOC's call for anti-eviction laws - basically a state telling landowners they have no right to kick anyone off their property. That is exactly what happened in New York just last week - landlords can no longer order the eviction of a tenant without jumping through so many hoops, they are most likely to fail in their efforts. This is the beginning of abolishing private property.
This law, the one in New York, should it go national would set in motion a series of events that will alter the fundamental structure of that America has had for two centuries, Capitalism. This law essentially will be used later to prevent business owners, not landowners to do away with public stock and securities - why you ask? They will find a crisis to blame it on - its how it always works according to history.
To explain communism in only one sentence it is best to echo the original words by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, who wrote that communist doctrine can be summed as the abolition of private property Paul Kengor, professor of political science at Grove City College, explained in an interview.
“The theory of the Communists may be summed up in the single sentence: Abolition of private property,” Marx and Engels, the founders of the communist doctrine, wrote in The Communist Manifesto, a book that makes the foundation for communism.
Abolishing private property can only be achievable by a war, Kengor explained, because private property is “a basic Judeo-Christian law, natural rights, biblical rights: thou shalt not steal. I mean from the cave to the courthouse the right to own property is fundamental to human nature let alone any operating economy anywhere.”
“To abolish private property you’re going to have a war on your hands, you’re going to need guns, you’re going to need gulags,” Kengor maintained. Hence communists murdered 100 million people to abolish private property, he continued.
Some conservatives talk of “how communism distorts markets” and assume that “communism economically doesn’t work,” Kengor said explaining that “communism doesn’t work because it’s evil, it’s diabolical.”
The World Economic Forum (WEF) claimed that in 2030 people won't own a thing of their own and “all products will have become services,” according to the organization’s 8 predictions for the world in 2030.
Ida Auken, a Danish Parliament Member, and a WEF’s young manager wrote for the WEF about her perception of life in 2030, “I don’t own anything. I don’t own a car. I don’t own a house. I don’t own any appliances or any clothes.”
“Everything you considered a product, has now become a service,” Auken added.
“Once in a while [sic], I get annoyed about the fact that I have no real privacy. No [sic] where I can go and not be registered. I know that, somewhere, everything I do, think and dream of is recorded. I just hope that nobody will use it against me,” Auken said but added, “All in all, it is a good life.”
Dr. Antony Mueller, a German professor of economics, wrote for the Mises Institute, “If the WEF projection should come true, people would have to rent and borrow their necessities from the state, which would be the sole proprietor of all goods. The supply of goods would be rationed in line with a social credit points system.”
The Communist Manifesto further wants the abolition of all religions, all morality, and the abolition of the family, Kengor explained.
Marx and Engels call in the Manifesto for ”Abolition of the family! Even the most radical flare up at this infamous proposal of the Communists.”