THE DAY THAT MUST LIVE IN INFAMY


April 22nd is the apparent birthday of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, the one true evil genius of the 20th Century.  Josef Stalin, Benito Mussolini, Adolf Hitler, Mao Ze Dong, Ho Chi Minh, Pot Pot, Fidel Castro, Robert Mugabe and many others are his rightful progeny.  Extinction of human freedom and prosperity, not to mention extermination of entire population segments and nations, are the results of his brand of single-party socialism.  The behemoth Soviet, Nazi, Chinese, Vietnamese and other concentration and slave labor camp systems are his tools of the trade, as are the most notorious of the world’s secret police organizations – the KGB, the Gestapo and so forth.  Any serious study of genocide, ethnocide, classicide and other crimes against humanity must therefore begin and end with Lenin.

Lenin himself died in 1924, but but by then he had already spawned his progeny: first Stalin and Mussolini, then Hitler, then all the post-World War Two dictators and the various transnational movements that claim to protect us from ourselves (if we would only surrender our desire for independence and individual differences).  Even today, Lenin’s dream thrives in the One-World movement to which the Obama administration seems unalterably enslaved.

The environmentalist movement has always been part of the infantile one-world fantasy that Lenin had cobbled together from Marx’s writings, his own revolutionary fervor and his multitudinous hatreds.  It therefore makes perfect sense that the environmentalists would have chosen Lenin’s birthday to celebrate the environmentalisttotalitarian icon called Earth Day.

For me, it’s a time to protest by turning on all the lights in the house. When the inevitable cute little tyke comes up the front stoop to tell me it’s Earth Day and I must turn my lights off, I’ll whisper to junior to tell mommy out there on the street that I don’t celebrate the birthday of mass murderers and that, moreover, using little children for political purposes is nothing short of child abuse.

So there.

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About Michael J. Kubat

I'm a grumpy Czech-born clinical social worker who is vitally interested in the survival in the United States as a viable democracy and a beacon of hope for the rest of the world.
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