Communism is the most profoundly evil political system ever devised. It allows only one avenue of personal aspiration: to climb within the ranks of the malevolent, all-controlling state. Around 100,000,000 people were killed by their own communist government within the course of the 20th century. Many times this number were enslaved, their lives reduced to pointless misery. Yet millennials view communism as favorably as the economic freedom that permitted our high standard of living:
Of the 2,300 Americans polled by YouGov, 80% of baby boomers and 91% of the elderly agree with the statement that “communism was and still is a problem” in the world today. Millennials? Only 55%. …
Capitalism, on the other hand, is viewed favorably by 64% of those over the age of 65, compared with only 42% of millennials.
The difference between a socialist and a communist is largely a matter of presentation. For example, Bernie Sanders presents himself as a socialist. His background strongly indicates that if given the opportunity, he would rule as a communist (see here, here, here, and here).
The chart below indicates which names millennials are unfamiliar with. It also indicates how it is possible for them to hold such dangerously foolish views:
We all know about the horrors the Nazis inflicted. The larger-scale horrors inflicted by communists — which continue to this day — are unknown due to selective education and scrupulous avoidance by the communist-friendly entertainment industry.
The Black Book of Communism and The Gulag Archipelago should be required reading in every high school. Instead, students are being fed global warming propaganda and taught to hate themselves for being Caucasian.
On a tip from Artfldgr.