Millennial Justin Haskins – Heartland Institute – Calls for Debate of the Socialist Comeback in America, Plus Manufactured Housing Stock Updates

CNNmone3.4.2019ManufacturedHomeStocksMarketsReportsMHProNewsThe markets slid today as most investors declined bite on the word that China and the U.S. may be edging closer to a trade deal. Some insist the trade deal is coming soon, while others say it’s a slow dance and could take significantly longer. But tonight’s focus in on the growing discussion over socialism, as Heartland Institute Executive Editor Justin Haskins, a self-described 31-year-old millennial, explains his insights on how the rise of socialist thinking occurred.


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Heartland Institute Executive Editor Justin Haskins says that “Socialism is Evil.”

He explains why.

It requires taking peoples’ property, property that they lawfully own, property that they worked hard to get, whether that’s money, their homes or their businesses. It requires taking that property and giving it to somebody else, for no other reason than because the majority of people in society say that’s what they want to do. To me, that’s tyranny of the majority. To me, that is immoral,” Haskins said in this video interview on Fox Business.

12,000 showed up for a Bernie Sanders rally, a self-proclaimed independent socialist who is running to be the 2020 Democratic nominee for president.

Others among Democrats embracing elements of the so-called Green New Deal, which is heavily dependent on socialistic style control over the economy.

To be sure, there are those – like billionaires and Democratic supporters, Michael Bloomberg or Howard Schultz – who aren’t buying into all that the far left of the party is pushing.  In fact, Schultz says he could be doing a genuine run as an independent for the White House, instead of slugging it out in the crowded 2020 Democratic field.

Socialism is not charity. Socialism is about force, control and manipulation. Once people start to recognize what Socialism actually is, and I think you were just talking about Venezuela,” Haskins said. “Hopefully, people will see this as a cautionary tale and realize how dangerous socialism is and turn the other way.

There is a growing wave among Republicans – starting with President Donald J. Trump during his State of the Union address – who are rejecting it, and relish the debate.

Haskins thinks the debate is an important one.

Indoctrination of students in K-12 schools bears part of the blame for the rise of socialism among the young today, said Haskins. Haskins added that colleges, Hollywood, and the mainstream media are also culpable for perpetuating a sanitized, unrealistic version of socialism.

The meltdown and growing tyranny in Venezuela ought to be the latest wake up call. Will the wave toward socialism grow, or subside?

Hang on tight to your investments and wallets.

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