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May 13, 2007

A Tribute to Communism

by Jason Pye

This is a very, very good video…

I’ve never understood why leaders who collectively (excuse the pun) killed millions upon millions of people are worshiped like gods.

H/T: Club for Growth

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  • http://thelibertypapers.org/2005/11/22/a-bit-about-kevin/ Kevin

    Excellent choice of music. The song is Hurdy Gurdy Man by sixties hippie Donovan. I find it very appropriate to set this important video to a tune from a guy who probably sympathized with the Communists.

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  • tarran

    This is one of the things that really irritates me about coercive utopian schemes.

    The moment people demonstrate a reluctance to cooperate with them, the leaders start killing people. The worst part of it is that the leaders rarely have any remorse. I watched an interview of one of Pol Pot’s lieutenants, and this sick fuck absolutely denied that they had killed so many people, and claimed with a straight face that they had only killed a handful of foreign spies and counter-revolutionaries. Of course, the Khmer Rouge took pictures of these enemies they executed, and a numebr of them were infants at the breast or kids under the age of five.

    Evil, evil men. If there is a hell, I hope they are freezing in the bottom-most circles of it.

  • Nick M.

    Can someone point out Australasia to me on a map? Or is this some made-up country in F’ingGringos head?

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