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Mar 18 2012

A Word of Warning From Our Future

Take it from Elke, a former East German who lived under it — Hopey Change doesn’t work:

Others have been where we are going, and have told us what it’s like there. That’s what makes what we’re allowing to happen to the world’s Last Best Hope so unforgivable.

Via The Blaze, on a tip from AC.

14 Responses to “A Word of Warning From Our Future”

  1. TonyD95B says:

    America still is the, “land of dreams” Elke.

    We aren’t giving up.

    Things are bad, but they could be worse, and if we do the things we know we need to do they are gonna get better.

    Reminds me of the joke Ronaldus Maximus used to tell:

    Sergi and Ivan are walking through Red Square, and Ivan asks,”We have come a long way Sergi. With all that has been done, I still wonder: Do you think we have achieved true, full communism?”

    To which Sergi replied, “Oh, no, Ivan. Things are gonna get a LOT worse……..”

  2. Dadof3 says:

    Just wannna give her a hug. Probably has something to do with my mom being a teenager in Berlin during the war.

  3. Path says:

    Elke tells it like it is – many people in this Country still need to wake up.

  4. Beforethestorm says:

    Fascinating interview…wish the interviewer had shut up a little more though.

  5. Noelegy says:

    We are being warned. We must listen.

    Did you see her necklaces and earrings? She must be one of those teabaggers. 🙂

  6. StrangernFiction says:

    For those that haven’t seen this:

    [Obama was looking forward to an imminent social revolution, literally a movement where the working classes would overthrow the ruling class and institute a kind of socialist Utopia in the United States.]

  7. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    “The first thing they did was confiscate OUR land”
    (emphasize OURS)
    Here that you Stalin worshiping liberal idiots ?
    Even after decades of brainwashing and collectivist deprivation, your ilk still fails at rooting out the value of property ownership from their minds

  8. Dr. 9 says:

    Elke’s warning will fall on deaf ears because those ears are attached to brain-dead people. Elke apparently doesn’t realize that todays America is the land of weak, gullible, sheep who apparently enjoy being abused by the corrupt, lying crooks they elect to public office. And just to prove that fact, in most cases, the mindless fools keep re-electing the very same crooks. That will tell the world all they need to know about American voters.

  9. mts1 says:

    I live in an area ripe with Eastern Europeans, many of whom came after WW II, from the Warsaw Pact. They are highly intelligent. They wonder why the US is running at top speed to what they threw off.

    And they will be the ones who will help me make it through the Upcoming Troubles. They lived through Obama’s ideological predecessors like Tito and Jaruzelski, Hoxha and Ceaucescu. We all have plenty to learn from the Elke’s. If you’re lucky to have someone like her, milk her for every drop of information on how they circumvented the commies. It may well save your life.

  10. Catblaster says:

    We have good friends here who are of Cuban descent. They know what it’s like there because they still have family there. They hate it. They see what’s going on here and how stupid (brainwashed) the left and LSM is over what communism/socialism is. I have always listened to people like Elke and our friends. They know what they’re talking about. We need to wake people up here by whatever means we can.

  11. Graycat says:

    Wake up, brain dead liberals!

  12. Sam Adams says:

    People need to be reminded that East Germans literally died trying to escape “hope and change.” How about we dig up some old photos showing the barbed wire fences that keep all the East Germans inside Utopia.

  13. whotothewhat says:

    Having seen the border between East and West Germany back in the 80s while on training exercises with the Army. It was for sure a stark contrast between the West and East. The West was alive and people moved freely and seem for the most part happy. But if you could see the towns on the East side they look grey and dull and lifeless, and the border was guarded with several rows of barb wire and machine gun nests and guard towers were the solders would watch you thru binoculars the whole time you were there.

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