Sunday, May 6, 2012

Pictures are worth a thousand words

The democrats have been busy.  They have designed and implemented an insidious cancerous socialism growth that spreads through our political halls of Congress, Senate and the White House.  They lie and they gerrymander information to make it appear that Capitalism is dead and that "social justice" through government down policies are the change we all have needed.  In the last few months, for instance, the President and his MSM lackeys have been spoon-fed us unemployment numbers that they say are proof positive of his policies success.  Take a look at the real picture:

This graph is taken from the US Department of Labor

The problem in America today is that the young are insulated from the realities of Communism of the past.  They are not taught the history of the millions of those who perished under despotic rulers the likes of Stalin, Pol Pot and Mao.  They do not have drills at school where they are taught to hide under their desks in case of a nuclear missile attack from Cuba.  They simply do not know the evils as older Americans do.

Communism today is no different than it was under Mao or Stalin.  Here is another picture that will illustrate how oppressive modern day communism is:

This recent satellite image is a visual difference between N Korea and South Korea at night.  You can also see communist China above the dark area to the North.

Finally, when Reagan ushered in the fall of the "Berlin Wall" that separated Communist East Germany from free West Germany a photographer walked the streets of East Germany in 1990 and took photos of what East Germans were subjected to.  Fast forward to today, and those steps and photo's were retraced.  Spiegel online ran the article titled "A Massive Face lift for East Germany" and posted the contrasting photos (37) which again show that "a picture is worth a thousand words"!

How can America even consider traversing down this road when there is ample proof of the results that await those who fail to know and understand history?

1 comment:

  1. Someone street interviewed recent college grads and asked them who hitler was. None of them knew.