Russell Brand’s Fantasy of a Socialist Egalitarian Utopia - Red Ice Commentary
2013 10 29
In a recent diatribe on BBC, Hollywood actor Russell Brand with Jeremy Paxman spoke candidly about his desire to create a “Socialist egalitarian system based on the massive redistribution of wealth and heavy taxation of corporations.” In this commentary we question Brand’s so called “good intentions” and how qualified he really is to talk about these topics as a multi-millionaire. More importantly, we discuss his connection to the Fabian Socialist magazine the “New Statesman,” of which he was co-editing for a week before his senseless speech and call for a revolution on TV.
In the Shadow of Hermes
The Soviet Story
Russell Brand Calls For “Massive Redistribution of Wealth”, “Socialist Egalitarianism”
Russell Brand interview with Jeremy Paxman on Newsnight
The Fabian Socialist Party
Fabian Society: Pay for Permission to Use the Earth
The Fabian Story - The London School of Economics & the New Statesman
US Tax Dollars at War: More Than 53% of US Tax Payment Goes to the Military
Eat the Rich!
Fabian G.B Shaw: "Sir, or Madam, now will you be kind enough to justify your existence?"
Michael Tsarion. Fabian Society, FreeMasonry
The Fabian Society, Communitarianism, and the New World Order
Introduction as to How a Voluntary Society Could Function
Thomas Sowell: Global Warming Manufactured by Intellectuals?
Thomas Sowell - Is "Income Stagnation" an Economic Myth?
Thomas Sowell - That Top 1%
Thomas Sowell On Occupy
Why Sweden is not the country you thought it was - Red Ice Commentary
Ed Miliband Speaks to the Fabians about Sweden
“Folkhemmet” – Sweden’s Fascism in slow motion
Perfect example of article selling America the Swedish nightmare
Red Ice Radio
Klaus Bernpaintner - Hour 1 - A Swedish Lesson in Conformity & Control
Walter Block - Hour 1 - Libertarian Philosophy & Anarcho-capitalism
Alex Newman - Sweden’s Big Government ’Utopia’ Unmasked
Christer Johansson - Abduction of Domenic Johansson by Swedish Social Services
Mikael Jalving - Hour 1 - Absolut Sweden: A Country Undergoing Change
Peter Eric Hendrickson - Cracking the Code: The Truth About Taxation in America
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