Tag Archives: Bolshevism

IT’S NOT WHAT YOU SAY BUT HOW YOU SAY IT

EDITING IS EASY All you need do is change a name to make more sense of the following story:
Grant’s Bookshop in Melbourne is under fire for trying to sell a 1930s photograph featuring a smiling Josef Stalin with a young child. The bookshop was trying to sell the image for $300 at the recent Melbourne Fair, which prompted a complaint to Ethnic-European support groups.

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IS PUTIN A LEGEND IN OUR TIME

Whatever one’s views on Vladimir Putin, the Russian President is by any account a remarkable man. His life and career can only be described as extraordinary. One need only compare it with the mundane achievements of his main adversaries to acknowledge the reason for the Russian president’s superiority at the international chess game that politics has become.  

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A FITTING REQUIEM FOR ADOLF HITLER

Napoleon Bonaparte and Adolf Hitler had much in common. The first was Italian born yet he liberated and led the French nation. The latter was of Austrian birth but fought for, freed and championed Germany and the German people.  Napoleon put an end to abuses by revolutionaries, early Bolsheviks.  Adolf Hitler, after thwarting a Bolshevik seizure of power, brought an end to the corruption and cruel deprivation caused by the Versailles Treaty terms inflicted upon Germany after World War One.

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COMMUNISM AND TIME PROVES HITLER WAS AGAIN RIGHT

Michael Walsh historian says, “Pay attention not to what corporate TV shows you but what they are afraid to show you”. Despite access to hundreds of TV channels and tens of thousands of programs documenting the Third Reich and WWII, one never sees sub-titled repeats of the German President-Chancellor’s speeches because time has proved conclusively Adolf Hitler right time after time.

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