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Friday, August 19, 2011

Damn RIGHT I'm worried about the rise of the Soviet Union!

Them libruls are calling Michele Bachmann crazy for saying that the American people are worried about "the rise of the Soviet Union." Shows what they know.

Obviously, Bachmann must have read the fine work of Colonel Jack Mohr, evangelist and lecturer, who has long been trying to warn the public that the main enemy remains the USSR, rumors to the contrary notwithstanding. His works are "Must reading for all you 'Better Dead Than Red Folks.'"

Mohr isn't the only person who understands. Fjordman, the nationalist Norwegian whom many suspected of being Anders Breivik (the recent mass-murderer), also questions the myth that the Soviet Union fell.
Instead of an Iron Curtain we now have an Iron Veil of Multiculturalism, and Western Europe is on the wrong side of it this time around. Did we trade the USSR for the EUSSR? If we really "beat" Marxism, how come Marxists and Leftists of all stripes virtually control Western media and academia a generation later, and why does the USA have a Marxist-inspired President Obama?
Damn straight. That there Fox News is as red as a stop sign, I tells ya. Someone should set the record straight on Comrade Murdoch.

You remember Cleon Skousen, the fine patriot whose work inspired Glenn Beck? His nephew Joel Skousen (conservative political commentator and prominent Ron Paul supporter -- he also designs homes that can withstand grenade launchers) understands that Russia is still red. Go here and scroll down to the section titled "The Phoney Demise of the Soviet Union."

The Patriot Action Network warns us that communism is alive and well. The reds control Obama, of course.

Richard Salbato also understand that Russia is still communist. His argument has something to do with the Biderbergers and other secret societies. A sample:
(Note that the) five-pointed star like the Soviet one, which shines all over Europe, the star composed of the five Rothschild brothers with their banks, who possess colossal accumulations of wealth, the greatest ever known. . .
Yes. Yes, it all makes sense now.

If you need a truly unimpeachable source for the contention that the USSR never died, how about the Virgin Mary? Writes one researcher:
I became aware of the Blessed Mother’s appearances at Bayside, NY to Veronica Lueken in December 2004. I soon learned about Russia is still Communist and a Russian-Chinese alliance.
Brilliantly put. In the words of the BVM herself:
"Do not be deceived. Their father is the father of all liars: satan. Their master plan is in motion. Pray for the light. Minds are clouded. I repeat: it is a ruse. Wake up America or you will suffer much."
If you go to this tea party site, you'll be required to sign in before you can see the good stuff. However, Google tells us that the site offers info about "the official information blackout about continued Communist control in Czechoslovakia. ... the names of over 160000 Communist officers and collaborators still in government positions."

But wait...can this be? It appears that the tea partiers themselves were FUNDED BY COMMUNISM!
What few realize is that the secretive oil billionaires of the Koch family, the main supporters of the right-wing groups that orchestrated the Tea Party movement, would not have the means to bankroll their favorite causes had it not been for the pile of money the family made working for the Bolsheviks in the late 1920s and early 1930s, building refineries, training Communist engineers and laying down the foundation of Soviet oil infrastructure.

The comrades were good to the Kochs. Today Koch Industries has grown into the second-largest private company in America. With an annual revenue of $100 billion, the company was just $6.3 billion shy of first place in 2008.
...the family’s initial wealth was not created by the harsh, creative forces of unfettered capitalism, but by the grace of the centrally-planned economy of the Soviet Union.
It seems that dynasty founder Fred Koch came up with a new way to refine gasoline in the roaring 20s. The big oil companies ganged up on him and successfully squeezed him out of the market, despite his having a superior product.

(Hey, wait -- according to libertarian orthodoxy, that's not supposed to happen...)

So Fred sold his idea to Stalin. Yep, Uncle Joe gave Freddikins five million bucks for 15 refineries. Without the help of "Comrade" Koch, the USSR might not have lasted, and probably would not have withstood Hitler's assault.
In the end, the capitalist-hating socialists ended up treating Koch fairly, way better than the monopolistic thrashing he got from his native land. So you’d think he’d at least something good to say about the Soviet Union when he got home?

Nope, not at all. He hated the Commies real bad. But for some reason he kept it to himself until the late 1950s (possibly because he was still doing work for the Soviet Union). Then, after coming back from a trip to the Soviet Union in 1956, he flies off the handle. According to a 1956 AP article, Fred Koch was among eleven prominent residents of Wichita, Kansas, “left for Moscow by plane today in an effort to convince the Russian people that Soviet propaganda about capitalists is untrue.” Sounds like the perfect cover for a business trip.

It’s not clear what he was actually doing there. But whatever the outcome—maybe he didn’t get the contract he was expecting or maybe he got swindled out of some investment or maybe he plain ol’ hated the thaw of post-Stalin Russia—Fred Koch came back a pissed-off anti-Communist freak and joined up with the right-wing Bircher freak show.
The article goes on to describe the shoddy business practices of the present-day Kochs, who fund something called the "Cato Institute," which sounds like some sort of Marxist front group.

Obviously, if Michele Bachmann wants to combat modern communism, she will have to imprison the Koch brothers. Unless, of course, she's one of those "Better red than dead" folks.
Comments:
I worry about you. You are right of course but I wonder who has your back. Try Zizek. If you check out my blog today you will get upgraded on him. Keep on and hang in there. It's going to be an even wilder ride to come.
 
We are all so screwed.

Harry
 
It might not be communism but with the rampant corruption something bad might come out of the former USSR yet. Think of the Mafia with nukes.
 
Veronica Lueken brings back memories. Her followers may have been nuts but they were certainly sincere. A stamp got me a giant stack of back issues of her publication along with a couple of tapes. Is she still alive?
 
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