Monday, September 05, 2016

The Communists: Killing Machines

Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn revealed that a number of Communist agitators (from Chicago) were fanning the flames at Sherman Park a few weeks ago, just as they did in Ferguson, MO.  The local and national press buried the story.  Whether that's because the press is composed of idiots or fellow-travelers is irrelevant; but here's a bit more information that they are not likely to dispense.

...Ninety-nine years ago, Tsar Nicholas II abdicated, and, after a few months of weak parliamentary rule, the Bolsheviks seized power. We call that seizure the Russian (or October) Revolution, but it might better be designated the Bolshevik coup d’├ętat. A party of 10,000 people gained control of an empire occupying one-sixth of the earth’s land area.
 

...The Bolsheviks made up for their small numbers with outsized violence...conservative estimates of executions under Lenin and Stalin—say, twenty million from 1917 to 1953—yield an average of over ten thousand per week....

And that's only the beginning; Mao and Pol Pot were next.  Pol Pot murdered 25% of the population of Cambodia and he was a small-time Commie.

You can look to Maduro's Venezuela for the next chapter; the Obama Administration will not interfere if Maduro decides to liquidate the peasants who are now starving due to his Communist policies.

And you won't hear the word "Communist" to describe Maduro, either.

HT:  Peter








7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wouldn't it be nice if we had a copy of "200 years together" by Alexander Solzhenitsyn , translated into English to go along with this post.

http://mailstar.net/Solzhenitsyn-200YT.html

Unknown said...

Communist, Socialist, and Fascists are all forms of Marxism whereby the State controls all...

Marx acknowledged that capitalism was needed to build a society and set prices, after a certain achieved prosperity then Marxism can be ushered in.

But Marxism cannot build and instead due to motivation not to work the system eats away he recourses tha tCapitalism built. Since innovation has little to no reward innovation is quickly halted. Since the State "gives to each what they need" people work less and less over the. The hard worker is demotivated when he sees that the lazy reaps the rewards of his/her hard work and the lazy become more lazy as they see that they get what they need from the system regardless of their input...

Poverty and death is the easily predictable outfall.

Anyone who advocates such a system is an idiot or just evil.

Jim Dorchak said...

Yep and it is coming to the former USA that is why my family got out of Russia in 1916 and I with my wife and children left the former USA in 2013.

Stephen Lowe said...

For detailed info on communist persecution please read 'God of the Gulag' by Jonathan Luxmoore. Excellent summary of the martyrdom of Catholics during the Stalin years. It is a two volume set. First, to gain public trust, they claim to accept personal conscience freedom but then they claim there are exceptions and punishment ensues. We can see this here in the US...and our bishops, for the most part, go along with the programme.

Anonymous said...

there's a reason: www.thebookoftruthonline.blogspot.com

TLM said...

Anonymous @5:02PM

I thought MDM had been found fraudulent and her messages condemned by the Church.

Catholic Guy said...

Read "The Rulers of Russia" by Fr. Denis Fahey. As Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn said, the Bolsheviks weren't Russians; they were Jews who hated Russians.