A Pretty Face
Oops, you are right. I made a mistake and should have made reference to the Naked Communist. I honestly don't know why l mentioned the Communist Manifesto. I completely hashed that part of the post, and it makes little sense. I was in dream land.My understanding - which is a bit rusty - is that socialism was originally proposed as a transitional stage between capitalism and communism.
Capitalism = private ownership of means of production, government not terribly involved in economy
Socialism = government ownership of means of production, government controls economy
Communism = government withers away as it becomes irrelevant, communal ownership of all resources.
Shooey, the information in your post is so incorrect it is difficult to know where to start.
Those goals are not contained in the Communist Manifesto. They were instead lifted wholesale from a conspiracy tract published in the 1950s or 1960s called "The Naked Communist".
Marx and Engels wrote the Communist Manifesto in 1848 - long before the things mentioned in those so-called "45 goals", such as the existence of the USSR, atomic weapons, Communist China or East and West Germany.
O.k, here are some good quotes:
The traditional roles of man and women in maintaining stability in societies. Once these roles become distorted the stability of society crumbles. The women's lib movement has now distorted the traditional roles of man and woman, and many other `modern factors' have also contributed to the distortion of traditional roles. When we distort the yin and the yang we are bound to create problems because it goes away from the blue print of life created by the Gods. See below:
in Eastern traditional culture, men are associated with the yang of yin and yang, which is symbolically connected with the sun and the sky, and which thus demands that they continuously strive to make progress and shoulder the responsibility of taking care of the family through hard times. Women belong to the yin principle, symbolically connected to the earth, which means they bear and nurture everything with great virtue. They should be yielding and considerate of others, and have the duty to support their husbands and educate their children. Only when men and women work well in their own roles can the yin and the yang be harmonized and children grow and develop in a healthy manner.
Traditional families play the role of transmitting beliefs, morality, and maintaining the stability of society. The family is the cradle of belief and the bond for the transmission of values. Parents are the first teachers in children’s lives. If children can learn traditional virtues such as selflessness, humility, gratitude, endurance, and more from their parents’ words and deeds, they will benefit for the rest of their lives.
In the traditional cultures of the East and West, marriage was established by gods and is considered to be arranged by Heaven. Once formed, the marriage bond cannot be broken. Both men and women were created by gods according to their own images, and they are all equal before gods. At the same time, gods also made men and women different physically, and established respective roles for them. In the Western tradition, women are the bone of men’s bones and flesh of their flesh.  A man must love his wife as though she were part of his own body, and if necessary, sacrifice himself to protect his wife.
In turn, a woman should cooperate with and help her husband, making the couple an integral whole. Men are responsible for working hard and making a living to support the family, while women suffer in childbirth. All this stems from the different original sins people carry.
the aims of `modern thinking are to cause division so then more laws can be enforced'.
Inciting Hatred and Promoting Struggle Is the Invariable Course of Communist Politics
But the specter of communism uses whatever opportunity it can to sow division. Using labor unions, it magnified conflicts between employees and employers. It used racial divides to rally blacks, Muslims, Asians, and Hispanics to struggle against whites. It fomented struggle between the sexes by promoting the women’s rights movement against the traditional social structure. It created divisions using sexual orientation and the LGBT movement; it even invented new genders to intensify the struggle.
Chapter Nine: The Communist Economic Trap (Part I)
1. Developed Western Countries: Practicing Communism by Another Name
Western countries are using many economic policies that don’t appear to bear any relation to socialism either in name or form, yet they play the roles of restricting, weakening, or depriving people of the right to private property. Methods include high taxation, generous social welfare, and aggressive state interventionism.
High taxation is the forcible nationalization of private assets for redistribution on a large scale. At the same time, it is a hidden path to gradually phasing out the system of private ownership. In the West, production is controlled privately, but the revenue is converted into state assets via taxes and redistribution schemes. Either way, it is equivalent to robbery and plunder of others’ wealth. In Western countries, rather than using killing and violence, this was achieved legally through democracy and legislation.