Wednesday, November 11, 2009

I Remember Red October

I would like to take a moment to remember the victims of Communism. I remember the October Bolshevik revolution of 1917 in Russia. By virtue of the complete incompetence of the Czar and his staff, the first significant opportunity for the disciples of Marx to capture a country was successful. When the Czar administration pathetically ceded the reigns of power to the Communists and the USSR was born, it was a dark day for liberty. That revolution would curse Eastern Europe worst of all, states that were violently subjugated into strict communist membership. The powerful communist state on China's northern frontier undoubtedly benefited Mao's movement with money, weapons, and man power.

How many victims of communism are there throughout the world and throughout time? Ultimate responsibility for that darkness rests at the feet of the Czar and the people who ran his government. As Joey Stalin once said, "a single death is a tragedy. A million deaths is a statistic."

I don't hold a grudge against all people with a genealogy from this aristocracy, just the people who write books bragging about the magnificence of their ancestors who worked for the Czar and had to flee during Red October. The incompetence of your ancestors brought the world communist statehood, how in the name of Christ can you justify writing a book about how great your family tree is when they gave us Josef Stalin and Mao Zedong??? Christ, the people of North Korea are still suffering to this day!

For context, read True Patriot Abandonment...

1 comment:

  1. I think the Liberal Party made a huge miscalculation in dragging Ignatieff the Aristocrat from the U.S..

    I imagine they imagined he was going to be another "intellectual" saviour of the Country/Liberals like Trudeau,but,whereas Trudeau had a quick wit and charm,as well as living his life in Canada, Ignatieff is a boring,snobbish tourist who can't possibly even pretend to connect with the Canadian people.

    Every time he opens his mouth,ordinary Canadians are turned off in droves.

    The LPC screwed up,badly.