Month: July 2017

The Gulag Archipelago

It is hard to overestimate the degree to which the term “Gulag” has become an integral part of the anticommunist horror story. Much of this can be traced back to the Russian writer Alexandr Solzhenitsyn and his novels One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovitch and, especially, […]

Everyday Anticommunism (Again)

Following up on my last post, still another everyday anticommunist insinuation from the Netflix comedy series GLOW. A minor character, who is supposed to be a Jewish refugee from the Soviet Union, says: “In Russia, only thing they hate more than homosexual is Jew.” Well, this is outrageous […]

Everyday Anticommunism

The most effective way to indoctrinate people is to insinuate the desired ideas and attitudes into everyday discourse. Anticommunism pops up absolutely everywhere in a relentless drip, drip, drip of  negative thoughts and images. Each drip may be small, but the result is a steady accumulation in the […]

Mass Indoctrination via Google

One of the supposed “horrors” of communism was its use of mass indoctrination. Vast captive populations, trapped behind the Iron Curtain, were subjected to relentless mind control, turning them into good, loyal, empty-headed commie robots. Communist propaganda blared from every side: newspapers, magazines, radio, TV, billboards, public loudspeakers, […]

Western media are relentless liars

Sometimes, a single flash of lightning in the dark can illuminate the truth better than any amount of abstract analysis. The Western media have recently provided an exceptionally clear example of this. As Jonathan Cook summarizes: If you wish to understand the degree to which a supposedly free […]