La ucraniana que luchará contra la izquierda en Estados Unidos

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Una congresista republicana entrante que nació en la Ucrania controlada por los soviéticos dice que cree que es “extraño” cómo los jóvenes en Estados Unidos han abrazado el socialismo y que se lanzó a la política porque estaba preocupada por los efectos dañinos de la ideología en el país.

“Puedo decir lo que va a pasar a continuación. Es muy triste para mí ver eso. Y eso me hizo, como madre de dos hijas, me hizo involucrarme y hacer algo al respecto porque eso no es muy bueno para nuestro país ”, dijo la representante electa Victoria Spartz.

“Es extraño para mí lo rápido que estas ideas pueden afianzarse especialmente para los jóvenes”, dijo Spartz. “Muchos de esos niños dicen, ‘Soy marxista. ‘Yo digo,’ ¿Estás bromeando? ¿Sabes siquiera lo que significa? ‘”

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Spartz, una ex senadora del estado de Indiana, dijo que creció bajo el socialismo y “Vi lo que pasa cuando esto se queda sin dinero, y no es bonito”.

Dijo que se fue de Ucrania hace 20 años cuando tenía 21 años con una maleta después de conocer a su esposo y ahora ha “completado el círculo” para encontrar el socialismo en auge en Estados Unidos.

“Es increíble para mí. De todos los países del mundo, nuestro país luchó tanto contra esta idea socialista utópica que es una locura para mí ver lo rápido que giramos a la izquierda”.

Spartz y otros estudiantes de primer año republicanos, las representantes electas Nicole Malliotakis de Nueva York y Carlos Gimenez y Maria Elvira Salazar de Florida, han formado una alianza conocida como la “Fuerza de la Libertad” para contrarrestar los mensajes progresistas de la representante Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Democrat- NY) y otros miembros de su grupo.

“Creo que debemos ser buenos estudiantes de historia. En nuestro país durante el último siglo, luchamos contra el socialismo y muchos niños pequeños murieron. Llevé a mis hijos a las playas de Normandía y pueden ver cuántos niños pequeños murieron luchando por las libertades ”, dijo Spartz.

“Todo sistema socialista se trata de la represión, y tenemos que valorar nuestras libertades porque somos la república más grande que jamás haya existido”, continuó.

Spartz derrotó a la demócrata Christina Hale por 4 puntos porcentuales (50 a 46 por ciento) en noviembre en un distrito que los demócratas esperaban cambiar.

Reemplazará a la representante republicana Susan Brooks, quien se retiró antes de un quinto mandato, en el distrito del Congreso que incluye partes del norte de Indianápolis.

 


PrisioneroEnArgentina.com

Diciembre 31, 2020


 

32 thoughts on “La ucraniana que luchará contra la izquierda en Estados Unidos”

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    • bettybromberg
    • posted on January 3, 2021

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    • Javi_Maquina
    • posted on January 3, 2021

    algunos aplauden ideologías donde el estado se convierte en tu dueño y tu en un esclavo sin opción, que debe de aceptar un partido único, una ideología única, el trabajo que el estado decida, vivir donde el estado diga y así sucesivamente, eso es socialismo

    • Nick RB
    • posted on January 3, 2021

    Socialism is a proven failure everywhere it’s been applied. Even countries like Sweden, Canada and France that socialists supposedly trumpet as the socialist success stories have per capita debt levels more than double that of the US – and they’re a tiny fraction of the size.
    Socialism stunts innovation and the economy and it forces those who work to be overtaxed to pay for the lazy that refuse to work. It really is that simple. Capitalism has made America’s economy the richest and most diversified for decades now because it causes competition and rewards those who work for success.

    • Bo Pataki
    • posted on January 3, 2021

    Let me put things in perspective… This lady or her parents came from Russia to America at great sacrifice. Leaving your country, your family and friends is never easy. She did that with no assurance that her life will turn better here. She did that knowing that she has a level playing field and if she works hard, she will succeed giving her kids a better life. I went through similar struggles, and I succeeded here more than I would have dreamed when I left my country. There is no country like ours. Socialism is the cancer of every society. It is born out of “elites” thinking they know better how a society should look. It never worked. It always led to great suffering for generations. Ask my parents and my grandparents. Most of their lives they worried if we have enough to eat. Lost generations. We don’t need anybody to tell us how we to live. We want to remain free people!

      • thomas cillio
      • posted on January 3, 2021

      Very very so true. My father and grandparents left Mussolini’s regime and came to America, becoming citizens here. Made a life for themselves with hard work and common sense.

    • J.J. Pender
    • posted on January 3, 2021

    Wonder Woman 2020….in living color. Please take notes from her experience. The young idealists are misguided and without clear direction and purpose they conjure up these make believe fantasies of utopia and collectivism. They’re collective ideals get thrown out the door when their little johnny grows up second string and mama bear doesn’t agree with that. And the one’s that actually have decision-making power always favor their little Johnny over a more capable kid. That’s how power corrupts. Individual freedom is the best collective idea we have as a human species.

    • hineen
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    Como respondió Ashely, me sorprende que su madre pueda ganar $ 90438 en cuatro semanas en la computadora. así que pensó en compartir conmigo un método genuino y garantizado de forma gratuita para ganar una enorme suma de dinero en casa. Me uní a esta acción hace 2 meses y he ganado $ 81,547 en mi primer mes por esta acción. ¡Puedo decir que mi vida ha mejorado por completo! ¿Viste este sitio? Ir a la pestaña de inicio de este sitio para obtener más detalles …….  Haga clic aquí para más información

    • julie vivaldi
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    Most young people today are clueless to what “Marxist” really means. They have enjoyed the freedoms and protections of our constitution for so long, they know nothing else. The fact that no matter where socialism had been tried, it creates poverty, and a loss of liberty, does not occur to them. They have no clue how good they have it in the united states. The land of opportunity. Where anyone with ambition and initiative can achieve prosperity. People in socialist countrys do not prosper. They live a dependent existence without liberty or freedom.

    • riana inger
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    Socialism is the Big Lie of the Twentieth century. While it promised prosperity, equality, and security, it delivered poverty, misery, and tyranny. Equality was achieved only in the sense that everyone was equal in his or her misery.
    In the same way that a Ponzi scheme or chain letter initially succeeds but eventually collapses, socialism may show early signs of success. But any accomplishments quickly fade as the fundamental deficiencies of central planning emerge. It is the initial illusion of success that gives government intervention its pernicious, seductive appeal. In the long run, socialism has always proven to be a formula for tyranny and misery.

    • anthony war
    • posted on January 2, 2021

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    • corinnebarber
    • posted on January 2, 2021

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    • Christopher Smith
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    She is 100% correct. That is not partisan politics; that is the fact of history. Socialism and Communism inevitably fail. It goes back to the twisted theories of Karl Marx in the 19th century, turned into violent revolution in the 20th century, and blandly accepted by Europeans once the Soviet Union weakened. The United States is the ONLY republican democracy in the world; and when it keeps focused on that identity of individuality, personal achievement, limited federal government (interference), and a strong sense of patriotism, the United States is the most effective and exemplary nation in the world. Democrats in the past two decades have eroded that identity in their determined (some might even say, hysterical) drive to a utopian socialism tightly tied to the dysfunctional socialism of the United Nations and the European Union. I am very glad to see that this election has brought a strong and united group of representatives to Congress emphatically opposed to AOC and her ardent followers.

      • D. Brandt
      • posted on January 2, 2021

      I agreed, however we must remember that this ideology has brainwashed the young attending college for the last 60 plus years. I was born in 1940 in the USA, and lived when everyone made-do without a lot of necessities. To my knowledge, very few young people have experienced doing without, most are spoiled, pampered, & come from wealthy or middle class families.

        • j.d.
        • posted on January 2, 2021

        There are no socialists in the congress. Even Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez would be defined within the political centre in any other country.

    • Marcie
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    How could anyone believe a person who has lived a life of luxury and not listen to someone who grew up in a socialist society. Spartz is spot on and anyone who came from a socialist country would agree 100%. Hopefully, she will be successful as a congresswoman from Indiana.

  3. I fear the uneducated that don’t know the true definition of socialism. That is something to be far more fearful of. Looks like you fall into that category.

    • ted
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    Best way to squash “The Socialist Squad” is to elect educated women like V.Spartz. An MBA in Economics; a CPA; a Business Owner and a heritage/life experience of being raised in a socialist society. She will be INVALUABLE in “educating” our society on the realities of Socialist Idealism. Bravo Indiana – maybe there is still hope for the rest of America to LISTEN to the realities of people who know and understand. We can only wish Rep Spartz continued success as she starts in congress!

  4. Muchos aises ya estan inmersos en la opresion del socialiso/comunismo y de alli es dificil salir o imposible porque la gente queda oprimida y muchos por sobrevivir los siguen como e ovejas.

    • NewJerseyMike
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    The US is at it’s root based off of colonialism (a soft kind of conquest), and it’s sovereignty was unchallenged mainly by it’s very geography. It didn’t need many of the things other countries had to try out, including actual socialism.
    This fear of socialism is strange, considering what these people like Sanders are pushing is not like Cuba or the Soviet Union at all. The free market is VERY safe here (with the glaring exception of health care). We can’t even stop lobbyists from letting money influence our government.

    • lumnerz
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    we have certain Scandinavian countries that are democracies that have lots of good social programs.. that’s all we want in America we want social programs to help benefit and make it easier for Americans to have a good life that’s it… We want capitalism we want a democracy but we want social programs that benefit and help Americans particularly the poor in middle class… There’s nothing wrong with that people in Scandinavian countries love that every Western country that is a capitalist democracy has Universal health Care and there’s no reason why we can’t have some of those things as well…

    • Robertas Lakavisias
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    I lived for 8 years in a former Soviet bloc country. I’ve never met an Eastern European that has any interest whatsoever in returning to socialism. Having said that, many younger Americans have this vision of “Democratic Socialism” that is somehow less bad. Mostly (not always), they reject Chavez, Kim and the like. But they envision something softer. They have some very mistaken notions about it: 1) We acquire it by vote, so it’s “democratic” and 2) Most European countries are “Democratic Socialism” and they’re just great! Wrong on both. 1) “Democracy” is more than voting. Democracy is the concept that PEOPLE run their own governing based on freedoms they inherently have because they are human. ANY depreciation of ANY of those basic freedoms by handing them over to a centralized government destroys democracy. 2) Most Europeans laugh if you called them “socialist.” Yes, some nations have lots of welfare written into their government, but benefit greatly from great natural resources (in the case of Norway, Denmark & Sweden) or greatly reduced corporate regulation or taxation. It also doesn’t hurt that they have national populations the size of some US cities. No, Bernie Sanders, they’re not socialist. We need to teach our young people that ANY leaning toward socialism hampers the economic engine that is free market. A free market is a tide that lifts all boats. And America didn’t become great because of ANY socialist experiments.

    • commyxnxx
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    SPARTZ & THE FREEDOM FORCE ARE A BREATH OF FRESH AIR … AND A GREAT COUNTERWEIGHT TO BERNIE / BLM / THE SQUAD !!! SO GLAD SHE’S BEEN ELECTED TO CONGRESS, WE NEED MORE PEOPLE LIKE HER THERE !!!

    • purapizza
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    Aca ya l os tenemos metidos y cuando estan metidos no h ay marcha atras
    espero q ue haya mas mujeres co mo esta en EEUU porque si n o se los comen los cuervos

    • Paul Pruzzi
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    I like her. She seems most interested in solving problems. And I like the fact that she writes her own bills to have firsthand knowledge of exactly what they entail. It’s also refreshing to hear someone from Congress speak about specifics regarding the issues we face, vs. talking in general and emotional terms.

      • Anonymous
      • posted on January 2, 2021

      I smell trouble

      • Nick Ridge
      • posted on January 3, 2021

      Nobody in the US wants socialism, communism or to be like Russia or Ukraine. That’s ridiculous. What people want is to be more like countries such as Denmark, Norway, Australia, New Zealand etc. that have very robust capitalistic systems combined with higher levels of social programs such a medical care for all. Most of these countries have a far higher standard of living than the US.

    • mersen n.e. nator
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    More Americans clamoring for socialism is no accident. The playbook was written in the 60’s when they realized there would be no quick revolution.
    Just some of the key goals have been to:
    – Take liberal control of education from K through higher learning in both curriculum and funding.
    – Rewrite American history painting her as a bad actor and racist country.
    – Remove religion and faith from all aspects of American life.
    – Divide Americans by identity.
    – Prioritize socialization of healthcare and use as a launch pad for other “free programs”.
    – Control the media, control what people think.
    It shouldn’t take a person born and raised in a socialist country to recognize the danger Bernie, AOC and the entire far-left pose to America, our values, and future or to recognize the greatness of America. That’s what the socialist have achieved to a large degree. Sadly, we’ve lost too many of our young people especially.
    It’s past time to wake up and elect people committed to fighting back and stemming the socialist tide before we lose even more Americans to the socialist indoctrination and it’s to late to stop it.

  5. I agree that socialism is a bad idea. Fortunately, The Democratic Party isn’t advocating socialism. So we’ll be ok.

    • " V :"
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    In Spain, national unemployment is 15% and 33% among those 19 to 25. This is the result of government allocating economic resources and restricting the ability of the private corporations from providing good paying jobs to the people because of overregulation and high corporate taxes. We know from Cuba and Venezuela how the story ends. There was never any free lunch in the world. The productive forces of a society must pay for free tuition, health care and the other things that Sanders and the other candidates support.
    France tried out the Sanders-Warren plan of taxing the productive members of their society to redistribute to the general citizenry. What happened is that productive capital dried up and the government received less income to pay for all that the government has promised the people – free stuff. When productive capital leaves a country, socialistic governments have to put on more restrictions to try to fulfill their promises to the citizens of that country. Do you remember when Greece had exhausted most of its capital resources a few years ago because the productive forces of that economy left Greece? The government issued an “Austerity Program” to try to operate the country and meet the basic needs of the people. The end result of that program is that the people rebelled against austerity because socialism failed once again. Germany, with great reluctance, had to bail out Greece by lending the government more money that it knew would probably never be repaid.

    • Marco
    • posted on January 2, 2021

    She knows what she’s talking about because she survived socialism. Socialism has nothing to do with solidarity or altruism. Socialism is perversion and evil without limits.

    Ella sabe de lo que habla porque sobrevivió al socialismo. Socialismo nada tiene que ver con solidaridad ni con altruismo.
    Socialismo es perversión y maldad sin límites.

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