As Communism Celebrates Its First 100 Years, The Souls Of Over 65,000,000 Dead Cry Out For Justice

By Geoffrey Grider

A century ago this week, communism took over the Russian empire, the world’s largest state at the time. Leftist movements of various sorts had been common in European politics long before the revolution of Oct. 25, 1917 (which became Nov. 7 in the reformed Russian calendar), but Vladimir Lenin and his Bolsheviks were different. They were not merely fanatical in their convictions but flexible in their tactics—and fortunate in their opponents.

EDITOR’S NOTE: American hate groups like ANTIFA base their poison doctrine on the collective works of Stalin, Lenin, Marx and Engel, all of whom advocated starting their subjects out with the [READ MORE HERE]

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