The fall of Communism and Our Unfinished Work

Joel says it very well.

Joel D. Hirst's Blog

It was twenty-five years ago today that the cold war came to an end. Communism as a political and economic model was finally bankrupt; morally and spiritually destroyed from within as it succumbed to the inevitable results of its unworkable ideas.  A political scheme that had started with great fanfare, built upon the utopias of the dreamers had ended not in an explosion but with a sputter.  The empire was not brought down by a great war or an epic betrayal.  Instead it came to its end at the hands of nameless faceless bureaucrats, stale day-old bread and colorless prison camps.  Even turning their countries into the greatest slave-labor camps in the history of the world was not enough to save their project.  One day the factories just stopped and the beleaguered worker-slaves, still hunched and pale from their labors stumbled into the streets to face the bright light of…

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6 Responses to The fall of Communism and Our Unfinished Work

  1. Mr. Bromley, the assassination of Nicholas and his family didn’t end the control by a small band of parasites. Russia was always an elitist country – just like the USA, the European countries, the Asian countries, Latin American countries, Australia, etc. Calling Russia a communist country doesn’t make it a communist country. Russia was never communist. This is another deception imposed upon the public. Notice how everyone falls for it without even with all the glaring evidence staring back at us. We can talk about fall of communism only if communism actually existed. If you want to know if communism can succeed, you need to study organizations where communism actually exists. You cannot point to fake communism and say “communism fails”. This is propaganda created by those that exploit the public – to keep the public under control while they live like royalty. Notice how well their lies manipulate the well-programmed public.

    • budbromley says:

      There are no instances of successful implementation of communism. End of story.

        • budbromley says:

          You are entitled to your opinion. But you have no evidence of a successful ongoing communist country which benefits its people, and benefiting the people was the point of communism.

        • Mr. Bromley, I have no interest in opinions. I’m a research scholar – I investigate facts. The la-la land la-ti-da nonsense that is programmed into the public doesn’t appeal to me. You say I have no evidence even though you’ve never seen any of my research on this topic – so why assume you are familiar with my research? You have no clue of the evidence I have compiled. You have no idea of the extent my research. You’re not a research scholar, right? You’re not a Doctoral Scholar. You haven’t done decades of the research – and yet you jump to the conclusion that you know everything I know. That’s a strange assumption to make, don’t you think? I also notice you seem rather agitated – that alone should tell you something. Let’s just drop the subject since it’s upsetting for you.

        • budbromley says:

          I did not assume anything. You did not present any evidence about any successful cases of communism.

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