Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Andrzej Caruk: "Communism is not just a threat from the past."

As a Polish-Canadian immigrant I am well aware of communism’s fiercely atheistic and bigoted ideology, along with its brutal consequences. In view of our increasingly dangerous world, there is an urgent need now for a physical reminder of the reality of living (in the past or present) under such a totalitarian ideology as communism, founded by German philosophers Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, and further disseminated like a deadly epidemic by Vladimir Lenin, the Russian revolutionary – a “hero” to some people. This ideological plague is estimated to have killed about 100 million people worldwide, ranging from the Great Famine under Mao to Holodomor in Ukraine to the killing fields in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge to Joseph Stalin’s purges.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

A copy should be sent to Bernie Sandernista..Oh I forgot, he "ith not a communitht, he ith a Democwatic Thothowitht"

Anonymous said...

Anyone who has been paying attention the past eight years knows that communism is not dead- not with a communist in the White House and his whole administration full of them, running every department of the U.S. government.
And anyone who has been paying attention has noticed that the U.S. has not had a SINGLE victory in ANY endeavor over the same period of time, and has noticed the destruction to our nation and American society, and the total lawlessness of our congress, government agencies, and even the supreme court.
No, communism is just as dangerous as ever, and in fact is closer than ever to total victory over us. The only difference from the expected method of takeover was the fact that communism was voted into power in 2008 and again in 2012 instead of being the result of a war with the former (and current) U.S.S.R. and China.

1NCCCH said...

Correct! It is a threat from the White House...

Partyzantski said...

Mike, I posted this story as a link on my twitter, as well as a link to your site. You do excellent work! I aspire to row from my station as best I can and help disseminate.

https://twitter.com/Partyzantski

Nemesis said...

Diana West's book, American Betrayal, is an eye opener in this regard, not just for America's case, but for the West in general.

The long march through all of our institutions by the soviet communists is no myth!

ag42b said...

If anyone would know about the horrors of communism, it would be the Poles. First their nation was swallowed by Hitler's murderous Reich, then "liberated" by the equally murderous forces of communism. People were afraid to even try to enjoy any of the benefits of liberty that we take for granted, for fear of their lives. Sometimes, people were murdered for no reason at all. If a Pole speaks about a political danger, I would always take the time to listen.

Allen said...

I work with many people who come from areas that became communist..cambodia, laos, vietnam, poland, east germany...and hey all have the same stories. and they're all 100 times as patriotic and appreciative of this country than the kids coming out of school.

I think, if the time came, we'd find more allies among people that have experienced communism first hand than we realize. after all, they know exactly what is at stake, and they know there is no where left to run to.