“It’s only proper to mark the 100-year anniversary of the Russian Revolution and the century of communist torture, privation, abuse and murder that despicable event set off.
One hundred years, one hundred million lives lost to an ideology invented by a certifiable lunatic sent to us by the Devil himself. Karl Marx was wrong in nearly every particular of his so-called philosophy, and the failure of virtually all of his dialectic claptrap has for some reason never quite robbed his acolytes of their ardor to force that philosophy into bad governance.
The inability to stamp out such pernicious, murderous, failed ideas is a blot on the escutcheon of a free society. The Marxists are indefensibly incompetent in producing anything good from their ideas, but they’re indefensibly brilliant in finding new ways to exploit human weakness and depravity in imprinting those ideas on human minds. Economic Marxism is barely even tried anymore outside of nibbles at the margins, but the fall of the Soviet Union has simply transformed the Left into cultural termites eating away at civil society. Their victory is almost complete. It is undeserved.”
– Scott McKay, The American Spectator