On October the 10th, 2008, the American Thinker published an article by Professor Paul Kengor of Grove City College which everyone should read, especially young people who honestly do do not know what is wrong with communism. But older people should also read this article to learn why most young people honestly do not understand what is wrong with communism. Pastors should give extra special study to this topic, and should start preaching some sermons exposing the evils of this particular atheist religion. The article begins like this:
There’s a lot of frustration among conservatives over how Barack Obama’s radical past seems to be making no impact whatsoever among the American public. His connection to communists in particular, from communist-terrorists like Bill Ayers to the communist agitator-journalist Frank Marshall Davis to fellow travelers like Saul Alinsky, has simply failed to resonate beyond the political right. Quite the contrary, the more information that becomes available on Obama’s radical associations, the more he seems to widen his lead over John McCain, a man who was tortured by communists in Vietnam.
I understand these frustrations completely. I’m also not surprised.
I have seen for quite some time that although we won the Cold War — and defeated the Soviet communist empire — America is vulnerable to varying degrees of collectivism, wealth redistribution, “creeping socialism” (Ronald Reagan’s phrase), class-warfare rhetoric, and generally milder, more palatable (but still dangerous) forms of disguised Marxism. Why? How? The answer is simple:
To read the answer click here: Why Obama’s Communist Connections Are Not Headlines
For a short history lesson about communism, read this: Joseph Stalin killer file
Read also the Mao Tse-Tung killer file
And if you still haven’t figured out what is wrong with communism, read the Pol Pot killer file.