Op-Ed by Paul Plante
When I and Joe Biden both were young, assuming Joe Biden ever actually really was, young, I mean, which is not at all a given, Joe being who Joe is, a distinctly God-like being separate and apart from us mere mortals who may well have been born looking just the way he does today, white as a ghost from how pure he is in an otherworldly way, as if he came from elsewhere in the galaxy or universe and wasn’t really one of us, at all, a relevant subject we young Americans studied was known as “Stalinism,” which was the ideology and policies adopted by Stalin, based on centralization, totalitarianism, and the pursuit of communism.
Today, in our times, now that the JANUARY REVOLUTION is over and our Republic has been overthrown, and the Marxist Dictatorship of the Proletariat has been established in its place at the national level here in the United States of America with the ascension of the God-like Joe Biden into the oval office, God Help the nation, we are seeing the beginning of “Bidenism,” which like Stalinism before it, is based on based on centralization, totalitarianism, and the pursuit of communism through socialism, which takes us back in time to a speech by Nikita Khrushchev to 20th Congress of the C.P.S.U. on February 24-25, 1956, when Joe Biden and I were both alive and so, aware of what was going on in the world around us, or at least I was, not knowing about Joe, or being at all sure that he has ever been aware in his life of anything, where we had as follows concerning Joe Stalin and the CULT OF PERSONALITY surrounding Stalin, just as we are seeing the beginnings of a CULT OF PERSONALITY surrounding Joe Biden in our times today, to wit:
In the Party Central Committee’s report at the 20th Congress and in a number of speeches by delegates to the Congress, as also formerly during Plenary CC/CPSU [Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union] sessions, quite a lot has been said about the cult of the individual and about its harmful consequences.
The cult of the individual and its harmful consequences, people – we should all be giving that a lot of very serious thought after Joe Biden’s speech to the Democrats on 28 April 2021 where Joe jokingly said, “(T)he autocrats will not win the future,” when in fact with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris now in power, the autocrats have won and now own the present, which gives them total control over the future, which takes us back to Krushchev, as follows:
After Stalin’s death, the Central Committee began to implement a policy of explaining concisely and consistently that it is impermissible and foreign to the spirit of Marxism-Leninism to elevate one person, to transform him into a superman possessing supernatural characteristics, akin to those of a god.
Such a man supposedly knows everything, sees everything, thinks for everyone, can do anything, is infallible in his behavior.
Ah, yes, people, and like Joe Stalin before him, we are seeing Joe Biden transformed into a superman possessing supernatural characteristics, akin to those of a god, and such a man as Joe Biden, who single-handedly saved the SOUL OF DEMOCRACY in America, really does know everything, sees everything, thinks for everyone, can do anything, and is infallible in his behavior, as he told the Democrats who love him on 28 April 2021 at the LOVE FEST they staged for him at the Capitol, where Joe told the Democrats as follows:
As we gather here tonight, the images of a violent mob assaulting this Capitol — desecrating our democracy — remain vivid in our minds.
Lives were put at risk.
Lives were lost.
Extraordinary courage was summoned.
The insurrection was an existential crisis — a test of whether our democracy could survive.
But the struggle is far from over.
The question of whether our democracy will long endure is both ancient and urgent.
As old as our Republic.
Still vital today.
Very moving stuff, indeed, but there was no insurrection – that is horse****.
What there really was, as was said, was a Marxist Revolution and the Marxists won, and now we have Joe Biden as our leader, just as the Marxists had Joe Stalin for their supreme leader back when, which takes us back to Krushchev, as follows:
Such a belief about a man, and specifically about Stalin, was cultivated among us for many years.
And now just such a belief about Joe Biden is being cultivated among us today as we see from a Reuters article entitled “In first speech to Congress, Biden to push $4 trillion spending plans” by Nandita Bose, Jarrett Renshaw, and Trevor Hunnicutt on April 28, 2021, to wit:
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Joe Biden plans to unveil a sweeping $1.8 trillion package for families and education in his first speech to Congress on Wednesday and will argue that he has restored faith in democracy 100 days after he succeeded Donald Trump in office.
“We have to prove democracy still works, that our government still works, and can deliver for the people,” Biden will say.
“In our first 100 days together, we have acted to restore the people’s faith in our democracy to deliver.”
Yes, people, to save democracy in America, it took a towering, God-like figure like Joe Biden, because no lesser person was up to the task, which takes us back to Krushchev on Stalin, to wit:
The objective of the present report is not a thorough evaluation of Stalin’s life and activity.
Concerning Stalin’s merits, an entirely sufficient number of books, pamphlets and studies had already been written in his lifetime.
The role of Stalin in the preparation and execution of the Socialist Revolution, in the Civil War, and in the fight for the construction of socialism in our country, is universally known.
Everyone knows it well.
At present, we are concerned with a question which has immense importance for the Party now and for the future – with how the cult of the person of Stalin has been gradually growing, the cult which became at a certain specific stage the source of a whole series of exceedingly serious and grave perversions of Party principles, of Party democracy, of revolutionary legality.
Because not all as yet realize fully the practical consequences resulting from the cult of the individual, [or] the great harm caused by violation of the principle of collective Party direction and by the accumulation of immense and limitless power in the hands of one person, the Central Committee considers it absolutely necessary to make material pertaining to this matter available to the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
By then, of course, it was already too late.
By then, all the harm that Stalin had done in the name of Stalinism was already done.
Will we in our own future be making the same kind of evaluations of the reign of the autocrat Joe Biden long after it is too late to repair the damage?
Or is there a chance we might wake up to the reality of Joe Biden as an existential threat to our American way of life before it is too late?