Video of the Day – Why isn’t communism as hated as Nazism?

Communism has murdered over 100-million people, a significantly larger number of victims than Nazism. Communism today also enslaves billions throughout the world and continues to kill without mercy. Nazism is vile and heinous, but it is no less vile and heinous than communism. In fact, the sheer number of victims claimed by communism arguably makes it is an even worse scourge on humanity.

So why isn’t communism as hated as Nazism? Dennis Prager explains at PragerU:

2 thoughts on “Video of the Day – Why isn’t communism as hated as Nazism?”

  1. Excellent. Reason #4 definitely resonates with me: the Russians are disgusting and utterly unworthy of respect. One could argue that the Germans came clean on Nazism because outside pressure was so high that they pretty much had to, and no doubt there’s at least some truth to that, but still, the Russians stink on ice–as far as I’m concerned, they might as well be congenitally fucked up.

    But don’t get me wrong: Cubans also need to come clean on the “revolutionary” Castro horror, though I’m afraid they may not do much better than the Russians or the Nicaraguans, and the outside world will only encourage them to rationalize, downplay and whitewash the monstrosity. Just look at Colombia.

  2. And to think that the titular Vicar of Christ and Supreme Pontiff of the Catholic Church not only accepted but “understood,” and thus implicitly approved, a blasphemous Marxist crucifix. Lord have mercy.

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