Yes the US is currently being barraged by cultural marxist/neo-marxist propaganda in the guise of critical theory, CRT, social justice, accusations of inequity and racism but is the overarching goal for the global dominance of a One World Order marxism/communism or technocracy?
Here's an excerpt from Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh who posits that Agenda 21 and Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez's neo-communist in which she concludes that the greatest threat to humanity is Socialism/Communism 2.0 ------------
>"Americans are not quite sure when the surge to communism finally planted its roots in the population at large and things began to change. Some argue it was the 1950s, others the 1960s. Over time, the corrupt main stream media and the progressive-controlled education system brought us slowly but surely to today, when good people are overwhelmed by manufactured news and personal attacks meant to marginalize anyone who disagrees with the socialist agenda, while the entire system of liberty and justice for all is collapsing".
"How is that possible when their parents and extended families lived in such hell of fear and brutal oppression for decades?"
"Young generations, with their smart phones, cars, plenty of food, and other electronic gadgets produced by capitalism, indoctrinated by schools and the media into believing that free-market capitalism poses a fundamental threat to their avowed neo-communism".
:The “sudden” infatuation of the West with socialism/communism has been developing over decades as the communists had planned to go underground and rebrand themselves into the global communists of today, championed by the United Nations and “civil society,” meaning intellectuals, academics, and other lapdogs of liberalism who advertise and promote everything the U.N. publishes."<
(the full text of Dr. Paugh’s original article is available in the linked article)
Technocracy and Communism have some surface commonalities. For instance, they both manifest collectivism and both are autocratic as far as subjects are concerned. Technocracy is far worse, however, because it will result in a dystopian Scientific Dictatorship from which there is no escape.
Would you be surprized to know that, Zbigniew Brzezinski, who teamed up with David Rockefeller to found the elitist Trilateral Commission in 1973, wrote in 1970 that Marxism was a necessary stepping-stone to the final age, which he characterized as the Technetronic Era.
By 2000, global academics were calling China a Technocracy. The trappings of Communism are still visible, but China is now managed with an iron fist by scientists and engineers who are using the “Science of Social Engineering” that early Technocrats crowed about in the 1930s. Today’s China model, highly regarded by the global elite, is the pattern for the rest of the world.
The United Nations’ 2030 Sustainable Development economic system (Communism and Socialism are predominantly political systems) is fundamentally identical to historic Technocracy. The UN has declared on multiple occasions that its goal is to replace Capitalism and Free Enterprise with Sustainable Development.
Patrick Woods, the author of this article, believes today’s Communists are the useful idiots of Technocracy, and they will be the first to be thrown under the bus if Technocracy wins the battle. If this is a correct analysis we have to defeat the neo-communst/neo-marxists to stave off the technocrats.
China certainly is communist first with the masses controlled by technocrats, and everything run this way, often successfully. There's no room for individuals, for their freedoms, for any religions except perhaps Buddhism which doesn't bother them. Can capitalism pair with technocrats? I think so. But again, individuals won't exist. They might be tolerated better.
When a small group control with no entryway for you, then it's bad, no matter the name.
What I personally found good about USA, before was the relative ease to own property with a house on it. Privacy. Not too expensive.
What I found better in Canada was shared, good amenities that nobody had in USA.
Some more wealthy might have passes to a gym, a small pool.
The level of violence in many areas of USA was depressing.
It would be interesting to compare USA and Russia or USA and Vietnam on various scales. It seems unrest and war are never far from USA. That isn't peaceful at all.
I've been to several US cities and areas to see it's bad there, regarding lifestyle.
It's not even passable safe.
I realize these are just my own experiences, maybe missing important features.