Joseph Stalin sounds eerily familiar to Progressive Professors…

These days its no secret that the Marxists have invaded us. Gone are the days of studying the constitution in college. Instead, our theory classes are based on the Communist Manifesto and it’s pretty alarming that given the countless examples of these governments failing—aside from countless genocides—throughout history that this is what colleges are pushing these days.

During communist Russia, estimates of the people who were killed by the Soviet Union range from 2 to 60 million. As their leader, Joseph Stalin was the visionary that led the country in this direction and his ideology is responsible. What scares me is how eerily familiar he sounds to progressive professors:

“Education is a weapon whose effects depend on who holds it in his hands and at whom it is aimed” -Joseph Stalin

He knew. The academia today knows.

“Divide the world into regional groups as a transitional stage to world government. Populations will more readily abandon their national loyalty to a vague regional loyalty than they will for a world authority. Later the regions can be brought together all the way into a single world dictatorship.”—Joseph Stalin

Hmm I guess that means pitting us against each other.

“Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our enemies have guns, why should we let them have ideas?” —Joseph Stalin

Why do you think free speech is the first thing to go?

“A single death is a tragedy; a million deaths is a statistic.” —Joseph Stalin

Does anyone care when someone dies if it’s not someone they care about? Apparently, he was able to take advantage of that. Guess no one realized that their strength against tyranny is by banding together, not giving power to murderous tyrants.

“The people who cast the votes don’t decide an election, the people who count the votes do.” —Joseph Stalin

Does Democracy really work? Or are we just trusting that they will be honest?

“When we hang the capitalists they will sell us the rope we use.”—Joseph Stalin


“I trust no one, not even myself.”—Joseph Stalin

When you divide and conquer the nation, who can you trust when you pit everyone against each other? If you can’t trust others to interact with you, how can you trust yourself to interact with them?

“Everyone imposes his own system as far as his army can reach.”—Joseph Stalin

Apparently, he didn’t care about others. It only came down to post-modernism breaking down every single one of us and pitting us against each other.

“A sincere diplomat is like dry water or wooden iron”—Joseph Stalin

There are no allies in this system. Only enemies.

“It is difficult for me to imagine what “personal liberty” is enjoyed by an unemployed hungry person. True freedom can only be where there is no exploitation and oppression of one person by another; where there is not unemployment, and where a person is not living in fear of losing his job, his home and his bread. Only in such a society personal and any other freedom can exist for real and not on paper.”—Joseph Stalin

It is difficult for me to imagine that he conceived this for anybody but himself.

“By May, 1st, 1937, there should not be one single church left within the borders of Soviet Russia, and the idea of God will have been banished from the Soviet Union as a remnant of the Middle Ages, which has been used for the purpose of oppressing the working classes.”—Joseph Stalin

Interesting. Since the collapse of Communist Russia over 25,000 churches have been restored, Aljazeera reported.

“[After Communism succeeds] …then, there will come a peace across the earth”—Joseph Stalin

How many times do we have to learn our lesson before we stop?


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