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Sunday, July 26, 2020

Repeating the Past

This Marxist offensive in the U.S. isn't new. It's a repeat of incidents in the past. The same happened in Russia, China, Vietnam, Cuba, and various other countries. The supposed demand to help the working folks, redistribution of wealth, destruction of historical places, subversion of history, turning citizens against each other, and removal of the ability of self-defense were successful. The result was the murder of millions, a ruling class hiding behind supposed elections, and tyranny. Liberty is removed, and the only way to stop the changes is thwarted with not allowing citizens to have firearms.

It's easy to see why this is happening. Public schools have been indoctrinating students for decades. The same can be said of Universities, which are bastions of Marxists. They were successful, but there efforts are exposed. There are too many people unwilling to bow to the demands, refuse to give up their firearms, and are well educated on the corruption of the media. While reports say there is pandemonium, the majority of people are only waiting for the next election. How they react is to be seen, but they are determined to not allow the United States to turn into another Communist hell hole.


  1. It is that old adage. Man does not learn from his history. We'll do it right this time and so on and so on.

    You hit the nail on the head as the leftists are killing us from within, just as Kruschev predicted all those years as when he banged his shoe on the table at the U.N.
    "We will bury you!. We will bury you from within!"
    And its happening as we speak

    1. Ninety percent of citizens have no idea who Kruschev was.

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  3. The biggest difference between the United States and those places is that each of those countries was already nearly a tyranny when the commies took over - those people had never lived as free people.

    And those people didn't have millions of guns and billions of rounds of ammo.

    1. Rural areas have no problems with protesters. The cities do, and liberal cities have the worst problem, but all have enough citizens to squash any real insurrection. The hard push will lead to police ignoring citizens taking the law in their own hands.