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History Doesn’t Always Repeat Itself, but the Darkest Parts Often Do


People often wonder how a vegan starving artist…spurred the passions amongst a first-world nation and convinced them to commit genocide on a global scale.

But Hitler did, and we’re watching the answer to that question explain itself in real-time.

The greatest irony of this current push to dehumanize and label conservatives as undesirables and attack us through de-platforming, cancel culture, getting people fired, shunned, arrested, shrugging off violent attacks on President Trump’s supporters and any other number of things in this terrible slipping slope is completely lost on those who should be paying the most attention.

You see, we’re in the middle of a cultural revolution, and anyone who’s studied those from the past can see the telltale signs, as they often follow the same template on the way to tyranny.

Cultural Revolutions erase history, destroy infrastructure, vilify religion, remove hope, redistribute land and wealth, outlaw free speech and reverse prosperity for one goal: absolute power for those cunning enough to sell their movement to people who will vote for them, or to their groups of brownshirts and subversives who bring them to power through violent chaos.

And as the popular adage goes, “you vote your way into socialism and communism, but you have to shoot your way out.”

(note: as the leftists continue their never-ending attempts to repeal the second amendment, the above adage should be remembered now more than ever).

Once the dictatorial tyrant’s power is attained, maintaining that power becomes the only thing that matters. So, of course, they don’t want a group of subversives hanging around who’ve proven their ability to enact a counterrevolution.

This leads to an interesting historical fact, in that most of these dictators execute or imprison the very subversives who created the chaos that waged enough fear in their nations for the tyrants to slip into absolute power.

Especially once the mask is off and the “hope and change” propaganda used to sell the revolution is dropped, and everyone finally realizes it was never about anything more than centralized, absolute power.History Doesn’t Always Repeat Itself, but the Darkest Parts Often Do

The current slate of “resisters” who fancy themselves intellectuals would be wise to study up on that part of history – but we all know they’ve chosen to ignore it.

I want to use this article to walk you through the historical steps taken in each cultural revolution throughout history and their glaring similarities to what we see going on around us today. Not only will it help you make sense of the craziness going on all around us right now, but perhaps it will help save us from the “those who forget history” fate.

Socialism vs Communism: Fruit of the Same Poisonous Tree

Many people tend to be confused about the difference between socialism, communism, Marxism, Leninism, Maoism, and the multitude of other “isms” and social paradigms out there which have led to massive misery, political imprisonment, and death on a scale hardly comprehensible.

As Stalin famously said, “One death is a tragedy, a million is a statistic.” History Doesn’t Always Repeat Itself, but the Darkest Parts Often Do

But he was far from the most murderous, cold, and calculated cause of statistics that the dark history of the path to communism and fascism have brought us.

It’s important to remember that Stalin committed Democide (the intentional killing of an unarmed or disarmed person by government agents acting in their authoritative capacity and pursuant to government policy or high command) on an estimated 30 million of his own people, while Mao did the same to an estimated 60 million.

But at their base, the -isms are far less complex than most try to make them seem.

Communism and socialism are really nothing more than centralization of power, and Marx believed that socialism was a necessary step on the way to communism (he called socialism the first phase in the “Two Phases of Communist Society.”)

Take a moment to really contemplate what that means today, with the entirety of the Democratic party making a full-court press to put us on the path to socialism – which is the path to communism, inevitably.

Leninism, Stalinism, Maoism, and the rest are all much more similar than you would think, in that all of these leaders based their views and political paradigms on Marxism but added their own touch of flair, most not varying too far from Marxism.History Doesn’t Always Repeat Itself, but the Darkest Parts Often Do

Do you know what’s interesting? The leaders of Black Lives Matter have proudly and loudly exclaimed that they are “trained Marxists.”

Take that in context with the current Democrat party’s push towards socialism, and you can begin to understand where we are today.

It’s additionally important to remember that each of these murderous dictators fully understood the power of and need to control the media, which is another disturbing similarity that we see between tyrants of the past and the leftists of today.

How many murderous Marxist tyrants from the past got their start and training for propagandizing their peoples by working in the media? Most of them.

History Doesn’t Always Repeat Itself, but the Darkest Parts Often Do

Although it would be hard to imagine a “Dear Leader Acosta” or “Der Fuhrer Stelter,” the stunning level of disinformation and propaganda levied on our people by the media is quite alarming when you look into the ties and connections between the Obama administration, Hillary Clinton campaign and major US media networks, whether through marriage or blood.

This article will help to clear up any further questions you may have about what the Democrats have in store for us, should they get their wishes.

It Always Begins with Scapegoats and Violence

Hitler’s policy of painting Jewish people as scapegoats for everything ailing Germany in the years before and during his rise to power is quite well known. But what is perhaps much less known, is something that is a very disturbing trend one finds when they research the entire list of murderous dictators together: like many pages from the Marxist “blueprint towards tyranny,” they all did it.

We have to remember the place that the nation of Germany was in during Hitler’s rise to power to understand how he enacted his power grab and murderous regime.

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  1. “Progress, far from consisting in change, depends on retentiveness. When change is absolute there remains no being to improve and no direction is set for possible improvement: and when experience is not retained, as among savages, infancy is perpetual. Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” (The Life of Reason: The Phases of Human Progress (1905-1906), George Santayana in some context.)

    Note the timely mention of “savages” and of perpetual infancy.

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