August 04, 2008
Alexander Solzhenitsyn Dies

Famed author of the Gulag series, which exposed the horrors of unchecked liberalism in the Soviet Union, died recently. His dark writings about his experiences in communist labor (death) camps earned him the Nobel Prize for literature.

He examined the soviet psyche and its genocidal appetite. He warned a similar fate awaits us if we allow atheistic leaven to worm its way into our mores and folkways. When that happened to his country, which had a constitution similar to ours, elections became meaningless because the politicians were immoral and the citizens were cowardly.

The screw turns slowly, but it can be reversed by "an army of one." Have you enlisted yet?

Posted by 1776forgoodmen at August 04, 2008 06:55 AM | Email This
1. It's always amazing to me to hear liberals claim that "If we could just get rid of religion, everything would be fine." They don't seem to "get" that they DID that in the Soviet Union and it brought horror. And not much else except lots of suffering. But some people will cling to the lie that they know instead of the truth that is, no matter what.

Posted by: Michele on August 4, 2008 03:03 PM
Those of us who challenge the authority of Anthropomorphic Global Warming may feel as if we were soon to be hurled into the Gulag Archipelago by Gore (Stalin) and Hanson (Beria).

Posted by: John Bailo on August 4, 2008 05:53 PM
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