Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Can't rush these things.

I read Diana West's book. It was a very interesting read and since then I have been reading about the history of the take over of Eastern Europe and of the Berlin Wall and of other related matters.

It is just fascinating that we see so little talk in popular history about communism. It was the struggle of almost half a century and yet almost nothing is said about it.

Tearlach61 comment on "'McCarthyism' by the Numbers." By M. Stanton Evans,, 1/21/14.


KG said...

Nazis were hunted down and killed or prosecuted after WW2.
Communists, not so much.
And why is it considered acceptable to wear clothing with images of communists printed on it, but not of Hitler or Goebbels?
It's an interesting double standard.

Col. B. Bunny said...

It is indeed. Tell the next progressive/socialist/leftist extremist you meet "National Socialism was improperly implemented by the Germans. In the right hands it would be a terrific solution for the problems of mankind. And that Heydrich! I know he was tough at times when he had to be but you have to admit he cared about the German worker and the success of National Socialism."

Let me know how that works out. I'm curious.