Ugly Domestic Enemy Rage at Victims of Communism a Good Indicator of Their Intent for Living
A photo posted to Twitter by a self-styled “Black Bolshevik” should tell decent and sane Americans all they need to know about the character of the Marxists and their useful idiots trying to tear down the social order under the appropriated term of “anarchist.” Participants are circling the base of the Victims of Communism Memorial in Washington DC and giving it the middle finger.
The inscriptions circling the pedestal of the statue read:
“To the more than one hundred million victims of communism and to those who love liberty [and] “To the freedom and independence of all captive nations and peoples.”
Victims there were. And while the Genocide Chart created by Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership does not confine itself to murderous communist regimes, it’s undeniable that those, including the Soviet Union, Red China and Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge, were where the most monstrous crimes against humanity, with deaths in the tens of millions, were perpetrated.
Unsurprisingly, such totalitarian governments demanded a “monopoly of violence.” That they represented themselves as being for “the people” is but another Orwellian lie, as there can be no more egalitarian form of true power sharing than is secured through an armed populace.
It’s also unsurprising that the Antifa freaks and fake “anarchists” accuse principled conservatives and libertarians of being “Nazis” and “fascists,” while the truth of the matter is, whenever their kind assumes power, individual freedom, including of speech and worship, is brutally suppressed. It’s also no surprise that they are the ones screaming “Racist!” while flipping off the victims of their ideology, untold millions of whom were non-whites.
“Can there be no peace between our peoples?” is a question I routinely ask on my War on Guns blog, and the answer, of course, if you look at some of the examples at the link, is “No, of course not. They won’t allow it.” Not with demonic sociopaths who call “whiteness” a “genetic defect” to be “wiped out,” or are working to impose some of the other evil lunacy.
There’s a great and true line in an old movie, one of my favorites, “The List of Adrian Messenger,” spoken by the character played by Kirk Douglas:
That’s something many Oath Keepers have not just read examples of, but have seen up close and personal. We’re not talking about people who just have different political opinions; we’re talking about domestic enemies as the term was understood by the Founders. And what they want from us is aptly illustrated in a scene from another movie, “Independence Day.”
That’s not hyperbole, it’s the way Marxist rule historically works out for those who will not live as slaves.
You don’t even need to imagine what those giving the finger to victims of communist genocide would do if they ever gained power. “The lessons of history,” my friend and colleague Brian Puckett wrote in his landmark Memorandum on Arms and Freedom, “are numerous, clear and bloody.”
(If you’ve not read that before, take some time and do so now.)
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