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Who´s Next?
PJ Media, by Michael Walsh

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Posted By:Judy W., 4/22/2014 1:02:43 PM

Birds of a feather, and all that: the Peaceful and Tolerant Left loves nothing better than heroic, godlike, even martial imagery as it pursues its relentless agenda to remake the world by any means necessary. Remember: they never stop, they never sleep, they never quit. Vorwaerts in die Zukunft! In the Beginning were the German Beards: And the Beards were good. The Beards were also inspirational. Although they flopped in Germany and Britain, they managed to convince the Russians to pick up hammers and sickles and begin slaughtering millions of their fellow citizens, in order to show them the Light —

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This is a great collection of communist and Nazi posters with commentary from Walsh, and then at the end some similar imagery of today.

      


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Reply 1 - Posted by: Patchy Groundfog, 4/22/2014 2:15:05 PM     (No. 9820473)

That Rolling Stone cover is a hoot.

´People-powered revolution.´ Mm-hmm. That and lots of union cash.

´The call of history.´ Well, the Third World has history, too. Now it gets to be our history as well.

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