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David L. R. Stein Reveals What Progressives Don’t Want You To Know in “Draining the Swamp”!

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David L. R. Stein

Reveals what Progressives

don’t want you to know in 

Draining the Swamp


As US citizens go about the hustle and bustle of their daily lives, the vast majority are oblivious to an underlying struggle that has been building for more than one hundred years. The struggle is between those who want to preserve the US Constitution and those who want to create a totalitarian state. The average citizen can be forgiven for being largely oblivious to this struggle, as it has been artfully camouflaged by the revolutionaries fomenting it.

How did this happen, and what can be done about it? To answer the first question, a critical examination of sociopolitical developments in the US over the last hundred years is needed. The answer to the second question depends on US citizens’ ability to arouse themselves, shake off their complacency, educate themselves to the realities of the threat, and support the measures needed to combat it.

The author’s unique life experiences provide a clear-eyed perspective on the threat and the disastrous consequences for US citizens if it’s not neutralized. Sadly, the revolutionaries’ false promises have such powerful appeal to the socially downtrodden and ignorant that the threat can never be completely eliminated. The best that can be hoped for is that it can be neutralized—much as the AIDS virus can be neutralized by a potent cocktail of antiviral medications.

Democracy tends to ignore, even deny, threats to its existence because it loathes doing what is needed to counter them. It awakens only when the danger becomes deadly, imminent, and evident. By then, either there is too little time left for it to save itself, or the price of survival has become crushingly high.”– Jean-Francois Revel in How Democracies Perish.

Progressives Don’t Want you to Read
Draining the Swamp!

With its beginnings in nineteenth-century eugenics nonsense, “progressivism” quickly evolved into twentieth-century sociocommunism—i.e., an amalgamation of socialism, communism and fascism (a.k.a. national socialism)—that is now evolving into postmodernism.

The sociocommunist conspiracy in the US did not die with Joseph McCarthy and J. Edgar Hoover. On the contrary, it simply built on the methods of Marx, Lenin, and Hitler—as updated and codified by Alinsky—and went underground. So insidious has it been that sociocommunist revolutionaries have largely succeeded in permeating nearly all US educational and governmental institutions as well as the mass media.

Over the last century, its covert procedure has become so refined and successful revolutionaries are now able to parade themselves before the public as champions of the people while at the same time working feverishly to replace cconstitutional democratic US government with a totalitarian state.

Draining the Swamp reviews some of the most egregious perfidies perpetrated by these so-called “progressives” over the last century and makes the case that they pose an existential threat to constitutional democratic US government. This raises the question: Can the US Survive the Last 100 Years of Sociocommunist Societal Rot?

Draining the Swamp is focused on the progression of socialism and eugenics to progressivism, of progressivism to communism and of communism to fascism. The historical perspective reveals the outrageous claim that communism and fascism are polar opposites—as in extreme Left and extreme Right—to be just another Big Lie designed to prevent the masses from recognizing that universally repugnant fascism is the ultimate goal of socialism, progressivism, communism, and postmodernism.

As Dinesh D’Souza’s book The Big Lie is focused on modern progressivism, J. Edgar Hoover’s <style=”font-size: 18px;=”” “=””>Masters of Deciet is focused on early twentieth-century communism in the US, and Jean-Francois Revel’sHow Democracies Perish is focused on the twentieth-century struggle between democratic government and international sociocommunism, all are perfect companions to Draining the Swamp and should be required reading for any who have been seduced into believing the sociocommunist threat is a thing of the past.</style=”font-size:>

If you know anyone who believes the sociocommunist threat is a thing of the past, ask them these questions:

Did you know that the goal of socialism is communism, and that its ultimate goal is fascism?
Did you know that “globalism,” “liberalism,” and “progressivism” are code words for “sociocommunism” – i.e., Orwellian social engineering by a self-appointed elitist minority?
Did you know that the US has been gradually and steadily nudged toward a sociocommunist agenda for more than one hundred years?
Did you know that the vast majority of US educational institutions already have been infiltrated and taken over by sociocommunist forces?
Do you know why sociocommunists love illegal immigration?
Do you know why “free trade” is like “nuclear disarmament”?
Do you know how sociocommunism became entrenched in the US?
Do you know how the US could become another Venezuela?
Do you know how Trump could become one of the greatest US presidents?

If they answer “no” to any of these questions, they need to read Draining the Swamp! If they need to be reminded that freedom is not free, perhaps they should watch this five-minute video.

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