The Cold War: Survival | Bill Whittle and Stefan Molyneux

Bill Whittle joins Stefan Molyneux to talk about how those in Soviet Union survived the “great Communist experiment”, with all its deaths, mass starvations, Gulags and fears of the “knock on the door in the night”.

Leftists constantly scream out about the horrors of the Nazis, but rarely, if ever, speak of the horrors of Communism, either in the Soviet Union, China, or even Cuba.

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  1. Cal 24 April, 2017, 14:08

    Notice that when Bill Whittle is talking about Soviets and he says “Staling would say, ‘We need to execute…”

    Why am I bringing this to your attention? Because it makes the point I have been trying to get across for a long time.

    If the “enforcers” refuse to do the “deed”, the “boss who gave the order” most likely will not do it (but be prepared to defend yourself). Here in America, that is why the required Oath, or at least a big part of it. It makes every person who serves PERSONALLY responsible for their actions, not the person who gives the order to them, because here the person who carries out the order needs to say “No, this is an unLawful order”, and then educate the “boss”, or arrest – whichever is most appropriate.

    I know I am making this simplistic, though it is not. But freedom and independence requires this of us.

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    • Stewart Rhodes 24 April, 2017, 14:56

      Absolutely in agreement. “Just following orders” is no excuse, and it is an individual obligation.

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  2. WGP 24 April, 2017, 19:15

    We’ve all been reeducated into nausea on our oath. The reality is simple, the left will kill us while we reeducate, rehash, blather on about our oath. The left say they will, and they will. We sit in conference waiting for them to strike first. They’ve been striking for over 200 years!

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