Is there a smell of socialism in your Swiss cheese?
The land of precision contemplates socialist chaos...
By Marielena Montesino de Stuart
Citizens around the world are being intensely lured by socialist ideals. They are being told by community operatives that they must be part of this worldwide “current” – which calls for equality, solidarity and justice.
Switzerland is the latest to flirt with this socialist trend.
In the land of money and pragmatism, it is hard to fathom that the Swiss would participate in financial equality—even less, socialist slavery.
The Swiss are known for their love of precision. One can only imagine how they would react to the disorderly nature of socialism. After all, they have the experience of the administrative chaos brought about by the many covert and illicit transactions that took place alongside “normal” business activity, by German National Socialists (Nazis) during World War II. Said transactions not only benefitted their regime– but also Nazi officials, on a personal level.
If Socialism takes over Switzerland– then we can also assume that the Joint Statement between the U.S. Department of Justice and the Swiss Department of Finance (announced on August 29, 2013) will not be applied to the bank accounts of socialists and their fellow travelers– much like Obamacare is not applicable to the elite, in Washington DC. This after all, is the socialist interpretation of “equality.”
But socialists are patient and persistent. There isn’t a crevice that they won’t stick their heads in.
So… does this mean that the Swiss are now going to open the frontiers of their closely guarded confederation?
Socialism is a slippery slope. Let’s wait and see…
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