Sunday, May 16, 2010


What exactly is social justice? At first sound, it could mean many things.  Social, I consider myself to be social, but haven't really equated that word to "class" or "class of people".  Justice, in my mind has to do with the law or being fair.  But that is not what it really means. American Thinker did a great blog on that.

The term "social justice" is now commonly used by leftist activists, clergy, educators, judges, and politicians to describe the goal they seek to achieve with many of their policies. No precise definition of "social justice" is ever offered by the left. Instead, the term is always used in a vague way -- as if everyone already knows, or should know, what the seemingly well-intentioned phrase "social justice" means.

So, what exactly is "social justice?"

Social justice is the complete economic equality of all members of society. While this may sound like a lofty objective, what it really means is that wealth should be collected by the government and evenly distributed to everyone. In short, social justice is communism. It is rooted in the Marxist idea that the money people make, and the property they own, do not rightfully belong to the people who make the money and own the property.


  1. Great Post! Plus, social justice over the years, in some Churches has been distorted to mean equality instead of merely helping people that are less fortunate. Instead, the Left now "breeds" more and more citizens to be reliant on governemnt so that they have a voter base. The Left doesn't care about helping people because they know once the person becomes more educated, and makes more money then the voter will most likely vote for a candidate in a different Party. The Left is all about having control over our lives, whereas conservatives want to give the ability to control one's own life decisions to the individual.

  2. THANK YOU for posting this! I really like your blog!!

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