Friday, June 12, 2015

"Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!" American Minute

American Minute with Bill Federer

"Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!" announced President Ronald Reagan at the Berlin Wall, JUNE 12, 1987.

Begun after Lenin's Bolshevik Revolution in 1917, the Soviet Union existed from 1922 to 1991.

With its motto 'Workers of the World, Unite!' the Soviet tactic of conquest was to train agitators and organizers - "agent provocateurs" - to stir up riots so that the public would accept a military enforced marshal law to restore order.

Franklin Roosevelt addressed Delegates of the American Youth Congress, February 10, 1940:

"Some of you are Communists... You have no American right, by act or deed of any kind, to subvert the Government and the Constitution of this Nation."

Instead of setting up a utopian paradise, the workers were simply used as "useful idiots" to set up a communist dictatorship which gained totalitarian control over some 293 million people across 11 time zones.

Addressing naive students that thought communism would redistribute wealth equally, President Franklin Roosevelt told the American Youth Congress, February 10, 1940:

"The Soviet run by a dictatorship as absolute as any other dictatorship in the world."

Under the Soviet dictatorship:

-privacy was nonexistent;
-press was censored;
-free speech disappeared;
-healthcare was rationed;
-economy was regulated;
-private industry was collectivized;
-political dissent was punished;

-media and entertainment was propagandized;
-children's education became indoctrination;
-marriage and families were subject to social engineering;
-religion was suppressed; and
-human life was valued only by its usefulness to the soviet society.

Franklin Roosevelt stated, February 10, 1940:

"I disliked the regimentation under Communism. I abhorred the indiscriminate killings of thousands of innocent victims...

...I heartily deprecated the banishment of religion,

though I knew that some day Russia would return to religion for the simple reason that four or five thousand years of recorded history have proven that mankind has always believed in God in spite of many abortive attempts to exile God..."


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