Harvard Student Makes Impassioned Plea to Classmates to Reject Communism

HARVARD’S LAURA M. NICOLAE WAS #1 IN HER HS CLASS.

We need more intelligent young women like Harvard student Laura. She understands the dangers of Communism. The next step is for her to understand that Communism was Jewish in origin and it still depends upon Jews to keep it alive. The illustrations used in this post are my choices, not the author’s.

The Harvard Crimson

100 Years. 100 Million Lives. Think Twice.

In 1988, my twenty-six-year-old father jumped off a train in the middle of Hungary with nothing but the clothes on his back. For the next two years, he fled an oppressive Romanian Communist regime that would kill him if they ever laid hands on him again.

My father ran from a government that beat, tortured, and brainwashed its citizens. His childhood friend disappeared after scrawling an insult about the dictator on the school bathroom wall. His neighbors starved to death from food rations designed to combat “obesity.” As the population dwindled, women were sent to the hospital every month to make sure they were getting pregnant.

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Reagan-Era Soviet Defector Yuri Bezmenov Understood the Threats to the West and Warned Us

The Soviet Union may have ceased to exist but the idea of Communism hasn’t. Egalitarianism is the Trojan horse that has brought America on the verge of ruination.

Two videos featuring an interview with Soviet defector Yuri Bezmenov are embedded in this post. One is relatively short, the other is longer, but more in depth.

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Ideological subversion is the process which is legitimate and open. You can see it with your own eyes…. It has nothing to do with espionage.

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Bionic Mosquito Explains the Postmodernist Plot to Destroy the West Better Than Anyone I’ve Seen

You’re probably familiar with Cultural Marxism, the Marxist shift toward gaining power through the destruction of traditional cultures rather than through economics.

Barack Obama is more a Cultural Marxist, allied with the Saul Alinksky school of thought, than he is a traditional Marxist/Leninist.

Postmodernism, the ruling principle in most university departments, is Cultural Marxism on steroids.

In 2005, before I was so rudely fired by the university, I was struggling to understand post modernism. I never quite got it.

This piece by Bionic Mosquito is so good that I’m putting up the whole piece rather than an excerpt in case the power elites take down his site. If the author objects, I’ll condense it, but for now, it’s all here, all 2000 words. Images are my selections.

Lew Rockwell

In listening to Jordan Peterson over the last few months, he has often commented on the destructive philosophy of post-modernism, a philosophy that – in his view – is the force behind the cultural destruction underway in the west.

Prior to hearing this from him, my knowledge on the matter went to the cultural Marxists of the Frankfurt School and, before this, Antonio Gramsci. Peterson is aware of these influences, but for him the Post-Modernists are today’s driving force.

What is meant by postmodernism?

Postmodernism is difficult to define, because to define it would violate the postmodernist’s premise that no definite terms, boundaries, or absolute truths exist.

Are nationalism, politics, religion, and war the result of a primitive human mentality? Is truth an illusion? How can Christianity claim primacy or dictate morals? The list of concerns goes on and on….

It seems both an infinite number of realities and no realities – all at the same time. No wonder it is difficult to define.

I have been thinking about this post from the first time I heard the subject mentioned by Peterson. Even setting aside the normal life that often gets in the way of writing, this has been a subject that I have had to let stew in the old noodle for a while. I offer the following as an initial foray into a subject that I do not yet understand very well.

I have found a few helpful resources on the topic and will reference two of these in this post. With this, let’s begin.

Explaining Postmodernism: Skepticism and Socialism from Rousseau to Foucault, by Stephen R. C. Hicks, a book review by David Gordon

A more thorough definition and explanation of this philosophy:

…Hicks tells us exactly what he means by postmodernism: “Metaphysically, postmodernism is anti-realist, holding that it is impossible to speak meaningfully about an independently existing reality. Postmodernism substitutes instead a social-linguistic, constructionist account of reality. Epistemologically, having rejected the notion of an independently existing reality, postmodernism denies that reason or any other method is a means of acquiring direct knowledge of that reality. . . . Postmodern accounts of human nature are consistently collectivist, holding that individuals’ identities are constructed largely by the social-linguistic groups they are a part of . . . postmodern themes in ethics and politics are characterized by an identification with and sympathy for the groups perceived to be oppressed in the conflicts, and a willingness to enter the fray on their behalf” (emphasis in original).

THIS COMIC MOCKS POSTMODERNISM.

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Salon Criticizes Trump for National Day for the Victims of Communism

SEATTLE’S LENIN STATUE.

Liberal news website Salon took notice of President Trump’s November 7 declaration condemning Communism.

First, here’s the word for word White House press release:

Whitehouse.gov

The White House
Office of the Press Secretary
For Immediate ReleaseNovember 07, 2017

National Day for the Victims of Communism

Today, the National Day for the Victims of Communism, marks 100 years since the Bolshevik Revolution took place in Russia. The Bolshevik Revolution gave rise to the Soviet Union and its dark decades of oppressive communism, a political philosophy incompatible with liberty, prosperity, and the dignity of human life.

Over the past century, communist totalitarian regimes around the world have killed more than 100 million people and subjected countless more to exploitation, violence, and untold devastation. These movements, under the false pretense of liberation, systematically robbed innocent people of their God-given rights of free worship, freedom of association, and countless other rights we hold sacrosanct. Citizens yearning for freedom were subjugated by the state through the use of coercion, violence, and fear.

Today, we remember those who have died and all who continue to suffer under communism. In their memory and in honor of the indomitable spirit of those who have fought courageously to spread freedom and opportunity around the world, our Nation reaffirms its steadfast resolve to shine the light of liberty for all who yearn for a brighter, freer future.

Who could find a reason to be critical of that. Well …

The goofballs over at Salon just had to take a dump on Trump for his gesture condeming communism. They did it by making a ridiculous comparison to his statement on Holocaust Remembrance Day:

The rhetoric in the statement was a stark departure from the language used in January when Trump honored International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The Trump White House’s statement at the time omitted a reference to the Jewish people, who were targeted and killed by the Nazi regime.

“It is with a heavy heart and somber mind that we remember and honor the victims, survivors, heroes of the Holocaust. It is impossible to fully fathom the depravity and horror inflicted on innocent people by Nazi terror,” the statement said.

The Trump White House also failed to mention the political ideology that birthed Nazism. On Tuesday for the “National Day for the Victims of Communism,” the Trump White specifically called out communism, asserting it was “incompatible” with life and liberty. That same language did not appear in the Holocaust Remembrance Day statement, which did not even mention fascism.

The words “depravity,” “horror” and “Nazi terror” weren’t good enough for Salon.

Tsk, tsk.

Salon’s anti-Trump bias couldn’t be made any clearer.

Flow Chart: The CIA’s Four Stages of Subversion

CLICK IMAGE TO ENLARGE FOR IMPROVED READABILITY.

I would say that America today is in the race replacement stage and close to the revolution or civil war stage.

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The Case Of Comrade “T” – 1956 Russian Spies in America / Educational Documentary

Here’s a dramatization of the Russian menace as it was promoted to the public in 1956. Russia has been the enemy for a long time now in American propaganda.

This color film is professionally acted. It goes for less than 23 minutes.

In the youtube comments, the Russian spy, “Comrade T” is taken to be Comrade Trump.

Published on Oct 13, 2012

United States Army propaganda film from the mid 1950’s that shows a fictional foreign secret agent who is unable to obtain information while working in various jobs in America because of tight security measures. Naturally the foreign agent is unaware that he is being closely monitored by American intelligence agencies. .

Joint S. Korea and USA Military Drill Shows Off Firepower in Response to Nork ICBM Threat That Allegedly Puts the U.S. within Range

There has not been an issue concerning whether the North Koreans would continue to test missiles. They are going to keep on keeping on.

The true unknown is what the United States government is going to do about it.

One theory you may run across on the Internet has President Trump going to war with the North with General Mike Kelly, his new Chief of Staff, advising him.

It’s hard to see how a war on the North would not inflict major damage on the South.

There’s a lot that Trump can do short of war, as detailed in this CNN piece.

If we’re not being conned by the (((neocons))) the way we were conned about Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, then economic and diplomatic pressure will surely be applied to the Communist regime.

The following story about yesterday’s missile test explains why Trump is concerned, along with others in the region.

Excerpt from the The Globe and Mail

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said Saturday the second flight test of an intercontinental ballistic missile demonstrated his country can hit the U.S. mainland, hours after the launch left analysts concluding that a wide swath of the United States, including Los Angeles and Chicago, is now in range of North Korean weapons.

The Korean Central News Agency said that Kim expressed “great satisfaction” after the Hwasong-14 missile reached a maximum height of 3,725 kilometres and travelled 998 kilometres before accurately landing in waters off Japan. The agency said that the test was aimed at confirming the maximum range and other technical aspects of the missile it says was capable of delivering a “large-sized, heavy nuclear warhead.”

Analysts had estimated that the North’s first ICBM on July 4 could have reached Alaska, and said that the latest missile appeared to extend that range significantly.

Immediately after the launch, U.S. and South Korean forces conducted live-fire exercises. South Korean Defence Minister Song Young-moo called for the deployment of strategic U.S. military assets — which usually means stealth bombers and aircraft carriers — as well as additional launchers of an advanced U.S. anti-missile system.

Japanese government spokesman Yoshihide Suga said the missile, launched late Friday night, flew for about 45 minutes — about five minutes longer than the first. The missile was launched on very high trajectory, which limited the distance it travelled, and landed west of Japan’s island of Hokkaido.

The KCNA quoted Kim as saying that the launch reaffirmed the reliability of the country’s ICBM system and an ability to fire at “random regions and locations at random times” with the “entire” U.S. mainland now within range. The agency said that the test confirmed important features of the missile system, such as the proper separation of the warhead and controlling its movement and detonation after atmospheric re-entry.

Kim said the launch sent a “serious warning” to the United States, which has been “meaninglessly blowing its trumpet” with threats of war and stronger sanctions, the KCNA said.

The North Korean flight data was similar to assessments by the United States, South Korea and Japan.

David Wright, a physicist and co-director of the global security program at the Union of Concerned Scientists, said that if reports of the missile’s maximum altitude and flight time are correct, it would have a theoretical range of at least 10,400 kilometres (about 6,500 miles). That means it could have reached Los Angeles, Denver or Chicago, depending on variables such as the size and weight of the warhead that would be carried atop such a missile in an actual attack.

President Donald Trump issued a statement condemning the missile test as a threat to the world, and rejecting North Korea’s claim that nuclear weapons ensure its security. “In reality, they have the opposite effect,” he said.

Trump said the weapons and tests “further isolate North Korea, weaken its economy, and deprive its people.” He vowed to “take all necessary steps” to ensure the security of the U.S. and its allies.

Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said he told U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in a phone call that the second missile test greatly increased the threat from Pyongyang. He said two sides agreed to consider all means necessary to exert the utmost pressure on North Korea. They reiterated calls for new sanctions and to work closely together with South Korea along with efforts by China and Russia.

China, meanwhile, urged its ally North Korea to abide by U.N. Security Council resolutions and halt any moves that could escalate tensions on the Korean Peninsula.

Washington and its allies have watched with growing concern as Pyongyang has made significant progress toward its goal of having all of the U.S. within range of its missiles to counter what it labels as U.S. aggression. There are other hurdles, including building nuclear warheads to fit on those missiles and ensuring reliability. But many analysts have been surprised by how quickly leader Kim Jong Un has developed North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs despite several rounds of U.N. Security Council sanctions that have squeezed the impoverished country’s economy.

Trump has said he will not allow North Korea to obtain an ICBM that can deliver a nuclear warhead. But this week, the Defence Intelligence Agency reportedly concluded that the North will have a reliable ICBM capable of carrying a nuclear weapon as early as next year, in an assessment that trimmed two years from the agency’s earlier estimate.

Read more about the live fire drill aimed at intimidating the North at Sky News.