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Poll Finds Alarmingly High Number of Young People View Communism Favorably

Poll Finds Alarmingly High Number of Young People View Communism Favorably

“society would be better if all private property was abolished”

This is an indictment of our entire educational system. The poll results would not be the same if history were taught properly and accurately.

Campus Reform reports:

UH OH: Disturbing number of young Americans favor communism, poll finds

According to a poll commissioned by the Washington, D.C. area nonprofit Victims of Communism, 70 percent of Millennials say they are likely to vote for a socialist while one in three view communism favorably.

The same poll also reported that 27 percent of people believe President Donald Trump is the biggest threat to world peace. The survey placed the U.S. president over North Korea dictator Kim Jong Un, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping, and Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro.

According to YouGov, 36 percent of millennials say they approve of communism. That percentage is up almost 10 percent from 2018.

While most college students today are not technically “millennials,” since Pew Research identifies members of that generation as those who were between the ages of 23 and 38 in 2019, more than one-third of the millennial generation is college-educated, the most ever for a single generation, according to City Lab.

The majority of students in college today are considered Generation Z, or those who fall between the ages of 7 and 22.

The report also included other jarring statistics, including how 22 percent of millennials believe “society would be better if all private property was abolished.” In addition, 45 percent of Generation Z and millennials agree that “all higher education should be free.”

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Wasn’t that where all those commie demonstrators came from protesting the war in Vietnam?

If communism is ever the law of the land, we can lock these people up, take away their right to vote, then vote the Constitution back in.

However, we will have a lot of poeple detained. What to do with them? Well, before we vote the Constitution back in, we can follow the likes of Ruth Ginsberg and look to foreign law: we can handle it how Stalin handled problem people.

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