Zerowedgie headline of the week: “What might Full-Retard Collectivism look like in Amerika?” - [PEACE]

Zenaan Harkness zen at
Thu Jul 4 19:04:08 PDT 2019

Zerowedgie continues with their headline articles:

  What might Full-Retard Collectivism look like in Amerika?

  by hedgeless_horseman
  Wed, 07/03/2019 - 14:08

  Turn out the lights, the party's over
  They say that, 'All good things must end'
  Let's call it a night, the party's over
  And tomorrow starts the same old thing again
  -Willy Nelson

  Collectively, we are a bunch of idiots.

    Italian Socialist Elected President Of Europe's Parliament

    Four In 10 Americans Embrace Some Form Of Socialism

  As we in the Western World crumble and stumble along towards a new
  collectivist Utopia, similar I am sure to the old collectivist
  Utopias of the Soviet Union, China, North Korea, Zimbabwe, and
  Venezuela, I want to ask the question, what might Full-Retard
  Collectivism look like in Amerika?

  Of course, the finest factual illustration of life with
  collectivism, everybody being equally miserable, is found in
  Russian literature...

    One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, by Alexander Solzhenitsyn

    This true story of survival under the worst of conditions is also
    a great lesson in what happens when the state goes full

  Or, if you have the time, read the unabridged version, The Gulag

  Obviously, I don't expect to match Solzhenitsyn's work in a
  ZeroHedge article.  Nor do I hope to even come close to Dmitry
  Orlov's recent and brilliant work...

    The Five Stages of Collapse - Survivors' Toolkit

  However, I would like to use Orlov's Five Stages as a template for
  this little exercise.


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