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March 9, 2018 11:47 am  #1

the beginning of the end of western civilization


"Early signposts that these movements were succeeding included the 1950 trial of Alger Hiss and Whittaker Chambers's subsequent publication of Witness, which told us in plain words about the conspiracy in plain sight going on before us.  Harry White and Hiss were close confidants of FDR, and both were communists working for Stalin.  McCarthy had it right, and history has never forgiven him for it."

I have read statements similar to this in many places in the past couple of years (about Joe McCarthy and how he was correct in his assumptions, for the most part).  The writer of this article has it correct, too, when he says that history itself has never forgiven McCarthy for being right, although at the time he was never taken seriously by anyone.  What a damned shame.  Just think how differently things might have turned out - we sure wouldn't be in the turmoil we're caught up in today, most likely.

This is a terrific article, short to read, so please do.

Another great quote to remember from the article at the above link:

"By contrast, the allure of socialism or communism has always been its simplicity and superficial reasoning.  Those very characteristics make it a perfect cover for criminality on the large scale. "

No wonder the Clinton's (read: the Clanton Gang) are such fans . . .

A government which robs Peter to
pay Paul can always depend on
the support of Paul.
-- George Bernard Shaw

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