Sher Zieve
October 26, 2008
Is the USA ready for an American Stalin?
By Sher Zieve

After observing the growth of Barack Hussein Obama's increasingly militant and dictatorial movement over the last several months, I have on many occasions been reminded of the infamous Russian tyrant Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin. As the actual facts about Stalin may now have been omitted from US middle and high school teaching textbooks, I'll provide a brief summary of Stalin's achievements.

After the 1924 death of then Communist Party boss Vladimir Lenin, Stalin defeated his rival for power Leon Trotsky, grasped dictatorship of the Soviet Union's Communist Party and had Trotsky deported. Shortly after seizing power, in 1928 Stalin began the confiscation of privately owned farms. The farmers who balked at the thefts were exiled to desolate Siberia, died of starvation after Stalin and his police (AKA Soviet "goon squads") had forcibly taken all of their possessions and ability to earn livings or were put to death by Stalin's zealots millions died. Phase one of Stalin's destruction of his country and its people had been completed.

Note: One major difference between Obama and Stalin, however, is that Stalin is said to have gradually increased power within the Soviet Union's Communist Party. Obama is grabbing it immediately and will keep his power in place via his "Truth Squads," his militant Obama Youth (as the Nazis had their "Hitler Youth" this is more Hitlerian that Stalinistic) and his national voter fraud unit ACORN.

In the 1930's Stalin began his elimination of all who opposed him. This was called the Great Purge. The first part of Stalin's purge began in Ukraine and by 1937-38 The Great Purge had been extended into and encompassed the entire Soviet Union. Stalin's political police (AKA NKVD) murdered hundreds of thousands of those who opposed their leader and his ideology. "The NKVD slated for extermination entire categories of people, such as kulaks, priests, former members of anti-Bolshevik armies, those who had been abroad or had relatives abroad, and immigrants from Galicia; even average citizens perished in huge numbers" and An indication of the vast scope of the Great Purge was the discovery, during the Second World War, in Vinnytsia, of a mass grave containing 10,000 bodies of residents of the region who were shot between 1937 and 1938"... "Adam Ulam and others estimate that in the Soviet Union as a whole, about 500,000 were executed in 1937-39 and somewhere between 3 and 12 million were sent to labor camps" University of Toronto Press. Phase two of Stalin's "change" and "transformation" of the Soviet Empire into his image some call it the final phase as all free speech and ability to support oneself without the good graces of Stalin and his thugs had been completed.

Obama has long been an adherent of Marxism and as well as having befriended and worked with Marxist terrorists William Ayers and his wife Bernadine Dohrn one of his earliest mentors was Saul Alinsky; Marxist and the American founder of "community organizing" in Chicago. In his book "Rules for Radicals" which he dedicated to Satan Alinsky outlines how to create radicals and take over impoverished communities and then extend into the larger suburban areas by lulling the middle class into a false sense of comfort with the organizers' ideas. Alinsky advises that by the time the "educated" middle class realizes the radicals were lying, it's too late.

Note: After Obama is elected, all of his programs and people to keep him in power indefinitely and to rid him of any and all opposition will be firmly in place. You will not be able to vote him out of office. By the time he assumes the position of President of the United States it will already be too late. A democratic republic will last only so long as people of good will allow and fight for it. After they are gone or removed it is ended.


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© Sher Zieve

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