When people think of humanity’s greatest evils, why is “communism” rarely mentioned? After all, it has caused more suffering than any other ideology, including Nazism. Watch Dennis Prager’s account of communism’s horrific legacy.
“Communists killed 70 million people in China and more than 20 million in the Soviet Union,” Dennis Prager says. “They ruined the lives of well over a billion people.”
Prager points out that the reason people find Nazi’s revolting and communists no so much so is due to “ignorance of the communist record.”
The problem is neoliberalism. Traditional liberals, like JFK, fought against communism. But the new left is fascist at its core and endeared to Communism.
The far-left takeover of the education system in America ensures that Nazi’s are hated while communists are not. While Communists have killed far more people than the Nazi’s ever did, their focus on a single religious group makes the evil more apparent.
“Communism is based on nice sounding theories, while Nazism is not,” Prager reasons. This disparity draws in the intellectual elite who prefer great promises and a vision of a utopian society. “So much so that they deem actions less important than words,” he concluded.
Watch the video as Dennis Prager succinctly points out the liberal elite dismissal of the evils of communism as “perversions of true communism.”