Chuck Norris Roundhouses Biden, radical left: ‘Karl Marx would be proud’


Known for his fighting skills, Chuck Norris is everyone’s favorite Texas Ranger and possibly the most amazing man to ever walk the earth. However, some don’t know until recently, including me, that he is also a fairly active opinion writer.

Recently he took left, explain “Karl Marx would be proud of American progress.” Norris roundhouse kicks off the progressive left with a comparison between Karl Marx’s Ten Planks of the Communist Manifesto and ten recent activities supported and promoted by the left wing of our country.

As a fellow Air Force veteran and avid fan of Lone Wolf McQuade, I naturally had to flip through the master’s article.

So fill your cup of Joe, fasten your seat belts, and get ready to get some socialism education from the one and only Chuck Norris. You know, I’ve heard Chuck Norris doesn’t have a stove, oven, or microwave because revenge is a dish best served cold. Yes, this is happening, folks; to deal with.

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Get educated

Chuck Norris isn’t just a uniquely true action hero; he also reads well. However, I’ve heard that he doesn’t actually read books. Instead, he just stares at them until he gets the information he wants.

He spends much of his article educating the reader on what socialism and communism are, which is essential as the terms are often confused at best, and at worst many young Americans don’t know what either is.

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If you think I’m exaggerating, think again. According to an 2019 YouGov Poll, 70% of millennials said they would vote for a socialist. Millennials are not young dollars, for the record, at least not anymore. Technically I’m a millennial and about to turn 40.

So for those who don’t know what socialism is, Chuck Norris explains in his piece:

“A basic belief of socialism is that society as a whole should share in all goods produced, as everyone lives in cooperation with each other.”

Reading that sentence, it makes sense why my generation and those to come after mine find socialism so attractive; we are the Entitlement Generation after all. In addition, many in my cohort argue that socialism is not a terrible concept because it is not communism.

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So let’s see what Chuck Norris had to say about the two failed political systems.

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It is true socialism and communism are often confused. Especially since one is essentially the big spoon for the other’s little spoon.

As Chuck Norris explains:

“Although the terms socialism and communism are often used interchangeably, there is at least one important difference: under socialism, decisions are made by the people, for the people; under communism, decisions are made by the government.”

He nails the landing of his argument with the following statement:

“But therein lies the main problem: Socialism has often laid the foundation for communist governments.”

Chuck Norris illustrates this with a quote from Vladimir Lenin; “The goal of socialism is communism.” Now that we have ironed out what socialism is and the difference between socialism and communism, let’s talk about the tens.

10 shelves = 10 actions

Chuck Norris lists the 10 boards or principles of Karl Marx that he wrote in the Communist Manifesto:

  1. Abolition of land ownership and application of all land leases for public purposes
  2. A heavy progressive or stepped income tax
  3. Abolition of all inheritance rights
  4. Seizure of the property of all emigrants and rebels
  5. Centralization of credit in the hands of the State, with the help of a National Bank with State capital and an exclusive monopoly
  6. Centralization of the means of communication and transport in the hands of the state
  7. Expansion of state-owned factories and production tools, the cultivation of wasteland and the improvement of the soil in general according to a common plan
  8. Equal liability of all for labour, the creation of industrial armies, especially for agriculture
  9. Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industry; gradual abolition of the distinction between city and country through a more equal distribution of the population across the country
  10. Free education for all children in public schools.
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Then Chuck Norris lists ten actions that have been actively taken or supported in recent years by what he calls the “radical extremists on the left”:

  1. The degradation and destruction of national monuments
  2. Dumping and Disregarding American Patriotism and Exceptionalism
  3. Cancel culture support
  4. The dismantling of the nuclear family
  5. The dismantling of constitutional rights (such as speech, religion and bearing arms)
  6. Police defunding
  7. The growth of government power and the state’s control over the mainstream media
  8. Hostility towards God and religion
  9. The redistribution of wealth, also known as “pay their fair share”
  10. The enormous growth of the entitled nation

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He’s not wrong

As usual, Colonel Scott McCoy is dropping some serious truth bombs (if you don’t understand the reference, stop reading immediately and look Delta force, starring, you guessed it… Chuck Norris). Americans have become more enamored with the idea of ​​the government taking control of various aspects of their lives without worrying about the consequences.

You just need to look at the student loan forgiveness initiative that absolves mature adults from paying back the debt they promised to repay. Add to that the progressive left’s drive for universal Pre-K and childcare.

The problem is that government rarely solves problems, if at all; if anything, they almost always make it worse. Somewhere along the way we forgot what I like to call the sweetness of battle.

Life, freedom and the pursuit of happiness should not be impossible to obtain, but it should take individual hard work. So Chuck Norris gives us this advice on how to curb our descent into socialism:

“If the citizens of the United States are to preserve the principles in the Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution, and our Bill of Rights, we must first thoroughly re-examine and learn more about them.”

I totally agree, and I say start them young. We started teaching our six year old about citizenship and our founding documents.

The good news is that all may not be lost. A recent Harvard poll found that 55% of Americans are concerned about the “socialist left” compared to 45% who are concerned about “MAGA Republicans.”

Perhaps there is still hope that we will disappoint Karl Marx.

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