Apparently some things never change: Yes, the West looked the other way during the 1930s, when people were starving. But the West is also looking the other way in 2019, refusing to see the concentration camps in China’s Xinjiang province. These camps have been designed to suppress the Uighurs, a Muslim ethnic minority whose status … Continue reading Communism remains Murderous, Activists don’t care, Mr. McCarrick & Cardinal Farrell, Gosnell Movie on Amazon, 9th Inning Nightmare for 2004 Boston vs 1924 Washington.
by baldilocks I’m old enough to remember when I was called delusional by an alleged conservative for pointing this out. That happened in 2008. But I’m certain that Don Surber was pointing it out back then also. Here he is in a well-earned I-told-you-so: Barack Obama is a communist. Mild compared to Castro or Mao, … Continue reading We Averted Our Eyes
Apparently George Orwell's Classic Animal Farm is hitting too close to home for the new Communist Dictator in China: The Chinese government has banned George Orwell’s dystopian satirical novella Animal Farm and the letter ‘N’ in a wide-ranging online censorship crackdown. Experts believe the increased levels of suppression - which come just days after the Chinese Communist Party announced … Continue reading China under Xi Trigger Warnings Backed by Real Triggers
If you decide to join the jerks who visit cool countries and travel to the island-prison, there are a couple of things you may want to keep in mind. First, there are the weird symptoms: On Sept. 29, the State Department recalled 21 employees of the American Embassy in Havana, Cuba. The group (along with … Continue reading Cuba: Before you Airbnb
By John Ruberry If you know a millennial who craves communism, then I suggest that you sit that person down to watch the documentary Karl Marx City by Petra Epperlein and her husband, Michael Tucker, which was released last year. Epperlein was born in 1966 in Karl-Marx-Stadt, East Germany, which is now, as it was … Continue reading Review: Karl Marx City
Remember the series of wistful articles the New York Times ran in 2008 to mark the 75th anniversary of the birth of Adolf Hitler's Thousand Year Reich? Me neither -- because, of course, it never happened. But that's not as crazy as it sounds considering the Times is running a series of stories under the … Continue reading Red Century story makes me see red
Today are being greeted by a full quote press by the MSM not only suggesting that critiquing ANTIFA thugs for committing violence is "support" for modern Nazis but obscenely we're actually seeing people who should know better equating World War 2 vets like my father who served in the Pacific, my Father-in-law who served in … Continue reading How Weak is ANTIFA’s ideology if They Can’t Out Argue Nazis?
New York's Puerto Rican Day parade continues to lose sponsors after NY City Council Speaker Melissa Viverito named unrepentant terrorist Oscar López Rivera a “National Freedom Hero” who will be honored at the June 11th parade. First Goya Foods, the parade's largest sponsor throughout its 60-year history, pulled its $200,000. The NYPD Hispanic Society and … Continue reading PR parade sponsors refuse to honor unrepentant terrorist
...is an important fact concerning the 2nd world war. If you watch this video he mentions that the left considered the 2nd world war the "last good war" but he fails to mention that once Hitler made his pact with the Soviets suddenly the Seegers, Chaplains of the left became completely anti war...until of course … Continue reading One thing Missing from this Excellent Prager Video on Communism vs Nazism…
By John Ruberry This week marks the centennial of the United States' entry into World War I, then known as the Great War. Much of Europe had been engaged in widespread slaughter since 1914 when Congress, at the request of President Woodrow Wilson, voted to declare war on Germany on April 6, 1917. After the … Continue reading World War I: Nineteen months that dramatically changed America
By John Ruberry Most of the main characters in Hell on Wheels, my last Netflix binge-watching adventure, were shaped, and scarred, by the American Civil War. In this BBC 2 television show, Peaky Blinders, set in Birmingham, England beginning in 1919, World War I casts its shadow over the lead characters. Three seasons have been … Continue reading Review: Peaky Blinders so far
By John Ruberry Building upon Peter Ingemi's RH's spectacular Trump's China Call is a Deliberate Overreach from yesterday, it's my turn to add my two yuan into the discusssion. The media loves to dismiss Donald Trump as a showman--as if there was no showmanship with Barack Obama--but those under 45 first encountered our next president as … Continue reading Trump just got into China’s head
by baldilocks Below Florida, that is. Michael Totten documents his visit to Castro’s Cuba: I had to lie to get into the country. Customs and immigration officials at Havana’s tiny, dreary José Martí International Airport would have evicted me had they known I was a journalist. But not even a total-surveillance police state can keep … Continue reading The Hell Below
All over TV today we saw Walmart declaring they were pulling the confederate flag because it was a symbol of hate, slavery and many were offended by it. eBay, Sears, and Amazon quickly followed suit in pulling items with the rebel battle flag. Now while no honest person will deny what the Reb flag meant … Continue reading Hey Walmart / Amazon / eBay (& CNN) what about this stuff
Two headlines at Real Clear World today: Desperate Chinese Turn to Mass Suicide - Robert Hunwick, Global Post Why Cubans Are Still Fleeing to America - The Economist The common thread between the two stories is that both countries live under stifling Communist systems. Communism crushes the individual and the human spirit; indeed, it could … Continue reading Communism: When the only way out is death