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Aug 23 2020

Why Isn’t Communism as Hated as Nazism?

The media, pro sports, and Corporate America have been mainstreaming Marxism under the banner of Black Lives Matter, making us wonder once again why we can’t all agree that communism is evil the way we do with Nazism. Dennis Prager has offered a few reasons:

1. No one teaches the actual history of communism, because communists and their fellow travelers control the schools.

2. The Holocaust overshadows even the Holodomor as the epitome of systemized government-inflicted evil.

3. Communism can be spun as benevolent to people who don’t think through its implications.

4. Germany has acknowledged the evils of Hitler. Russia and China have not done the same with Lenin, Stalin, and Mao.

5. Communists murder mostly their own people.

6. Leftists consider World War II to be the last “good” war.

The crucial difference between Nazism and communism is that Nazism has been eliminated as a threat. Communism is more of threat to America now than it has ever been.

On a tip from Occam’s Stubble.


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