Mike Krieger Says To Remember The Words Of Joseph Stalin

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Submitted by Mike Krieger of Libertyblitzkrieg

Remember The Words Of Joseph Stalin


Everyone imposes his own system as far as his army can reach.

Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our enemies have guns, why should we let them have ideas. 

It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.

- All Quotes by Joseph Stalin


Know Your Enemy

I recall wanting to read Mein Kampf as a young kid, although to this day I have only read excerpts.  I wanted to know what made this guy tick, what his thoughts were.  How could someone justify such horrific actions. As I have progressed into adulthood I have only become more and more convinced that books written by psychopath killer dictators should be required reading for every single human being on the planet.  In a similar vein, I remember hearing the argument back in high school that people should not read Machiavelli’s The Prince.  The argument was that if people read a manual on devious thoughts, and the application of ruthless behavior to achieve one’s selfish ends, that it would permeate society and lead us all into a darker place.  As soon as I heard this, of course, the first thing I did was head to the book store to buy it.  I recall my reaction to the treatise vividly.

I remember thinking how absolutely asinine the argument for shielding this book from society really was.  The conclusion I came to was that anyone with a truly sick, sociopathic mind wouldn’t learn anything from this book.  Their minds already intuitively thought that way.  Those that could be persuaded to think in that manner as a result of reading such a book were just dangerous sheeple that would sell their souls to work with a sick system.  They would end up doing so anyway.  Those people don’t scare me so much as the naturally devious mind does.  They can be easily outmaneuvered by smarter men and women.  If I am correct, then the worst possible thing we can do as a society is to pretend that this extremely small percentage of the population doesn’t exist or pose a threat to us in our everyday lives (please read my related article here).  I think that most of the population of the United States (aka Disneyland) has been duped into thinking that somehow the Hitler or Stalin personalities of the world no longer exist!  That somehow they just disappeared from the earth after World War 2, or more importantly, if they exist they are in some remote African country or Middle Eastern nation that just conveniently happens to have oil!

If Americans can indeed be convinced that such people roam the streets of the US of A then they are likely the one-off serial killer we hear about every now and again, or some homeless person that ODs on bath salts and eats some other homeless persons face on the side of a highway in Miami.  The big secret is that the smart, devious and ambitious minds do not lock middle aged women in basements; they go into politics.  More specifically, they pursue power wherever it can be had.  This is why I refer to Washington D.C. as a the world’s largest cesspool.  I think at this very moment there aren’t many places on this earth with a higher concentration per capita of twisted, immoral, inhumane creatures that somehow still refer to themselves as human beings.

So in this context, the awakening that is happening across much of my nation is really just the citizenry realizing what most of the world already knows all too well.  The Siren’s song of Disney has been strong but its effect is wearing off.  You can’t defeat your enemy unless you know your enemy.


Remember the Words of Joseph Stalin

As we head into the Greek election this weekend, I thought it would be appropriate to recall the words of Joseph Stalin.  Particularly his observation about elections and vote counting.  I find it hilarious that the Greek authorities suspended polling heading into the election.  I mean, that tells you everything you need to know.  This is exactly what you would do if you were thinking about rigging the results.  The worst thing that could happen would be to have Syriza soaring in the polls into the main event.  If that was the case, it would be much more difficult to arrange a more “favorable” outcome.  This way they can just claim “wow, unexpectedly the bankster parties won!”  I’m not predicting that will be the outcome, I’m just saying the suspension of polling was a huge red flag.  Here is the chart of the last polling results and some excellent commentary.  Greece is extremely important as it is a key testing ground for TPTB.  Everything that is happening in Greece will be attempted elsewhere if they can get away with it there.  This gives the country a great deal of significance.  That said, even if Greece is lost there is no way TPTB can win this thing.  It is taking them more than two years to roll up tiny Greece.  Even if they succeed, do you think Spain and Italy will go so easily.  Then what about the U.S. with hundreds of millions of guns everywhere?  There is no chance.  The globalist agenda is already dead in the water; however, as we can see it doesn’t stop them from continuing to try.

What TPTB do not appreciate are the lessons we are all learning from Greece.  We must learn many more lessons though.  We must admit to ourselves that there are truly evil geniuses out there, and in most cases these characters have taken control of the power structure (corporations, politics and factions of the military in most of the nations we reside in).  The necessary action is not for good people to bury their heads in the sand and pretend that such people do not exist.  We must get inside their minds.  We must acknowledge and accept their presence as well as their power and then work tirelessly to relieve them of it.  As Irish statesmen, author and philosopher Edmund Burke so eloquently stated: “All that’s necessary for the forces of evil to win in the world is for enough good men to do nothing.” Let’s just do it already.

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BigJim's picture

 I agree with you, but you are talking about theory in a perfect world, and I am stating the facts on the ground as they are now:

We're both discussing how to change the existing facts on the ground, so I don't see how suggestions can be described as anything other than being about 'theory in a perfect world' - that's what we're aiming for, surely?

You think the (dubious) benefits of excluding migrant workers is any less pie-in-the-sky than getting rid of government wealth distribution schemes?

Maos Dog's picture


How is government "anarchy?"

Under the theory that we are currently living in a state of "anarco-tyranny"

Which I kind of believe. Interesting concept if you are not familiar with it.


knowshitsurelock's picture

What about the pencil?

The land owner who has the trees pays a tax

The logger who cuts the trees down pays a tax

The log trucker who hauls the trees to the mill pays a tax

The mill who mills the trees into lumber pays a tax

The trucker who transport the lumber from the mill to the manufacturer pays a tax

the manufacturer of pencils pays a tax.

The transporter of pencils from manufacturer to warehouse pays a tax.

The regional wholesale distrubutor of pencils pays a tax

The transporter from the wholesale warehouse to the retailer pays a tax.

the retailer pays a tax...

The consumer of pencils pay a tax...


No pencils for you!!

BigJim's picture

And the IRS inspector uses a pencil to work out how much more tax you 'owe'

mjk0259's picture

And still the pencil costs about 5 cents? Do you put chains on your's?

Stoploss's picture

I must submit that where i am at, there are two guns behind every blade of grass..

tlnzz's picture

The day of reckoning for our traitor politicians is soon coming.

lolmao500's picture

Remember, in Stalinist Russia, you were forced to go to Stalin speeches otherwise = gulag. Also, the FIRST one to stop clapping = gulag.

Mark123's picture

Like our glorious members of Congress giving Netenyahu standing ovations....boy, just imagine what would happen to your career if you sat out that one?

BigJim's picture

LOL, you got three down arrows. The Zio-fascists are out tonight!

zorba THE GREEK's picture

We should also remember the words of my uncle Spiro. He said; " You can pick your nose,

and you can pick your friends, but you shouldn't pick your friend's nose.

Time for another rum and gingerbeer.

CommunityStandard's picture

Mike, you left out mentioning the winner.  If we know the voting is rigged, and we know who is doing the rigging, then we know who is going to win.

Youri Carma's picture

I was thinking more of uncle Stalins quote: 'One man one problem. No man no problem.'

I've read 'Mein Kampf' and there's notin in it. It's written on a puberal level. It's so uninterestingly written that I can't remember any quote out of it today.

btw Disneyland is a Pentagon science lab





koperniuk666's picture

Agreed - Mein Kampf is dull and very poorly written. But considering that the man was a genius and responsible for WW2, and between 10 - 38m deaths, it needs to be studied. I think it shows that Hitler had thought things thru, cared, meant well, and was very clever.

"The Prince" was an excellent read - an insight into Human nature.  I recommend that to everyone

Should be MBA reading list


Strike Back's picture

I'm reading Discourses on Livy.  It's The Prince applied to republics, by Macchiavelli.  Recommended.

lakecity55's picture

How true. Any society must always be on guard, as these psychos, like a moth to a flame, will gravitate to Power and Corruption.

Barry X, the International Man of Mystery is such an individual. He must be stopped. What's important this time around is not whose pocket the candidate is in. It's about getting rid of a deviant, mentally deranged man who will seize any chance he has to maintain power at all cost.

The guy, I am told, Never misses a Drone Kill Mission. He even picks the targets from a list and watches the hi-tech snuff flicks over and over in his upstairs opium den....

Dr. Engali's picture

I have a feeling that before its all said and done Barry will have made them all look like pikers when it comes to blood on their hands.

potlatch's picture

You start out with a solid point about watching out for dangerously irrational persons and ideas, then you decide your next move is to imitate the latter part of the problem.

Mark123's picture

Good article.  I am beginning to wonder though if Stalin really was the bad guy we all believe.  In this world of manufactured consent, I really do wonder.  Perhaps he was a threat to the status qup?


Just posing the question.  I know nothing of that history.  Regardless, I am sure he was a lesser theat than the banking cartel and all their cronies.

lolmao500's picture

I know nothing of that history.

Indeed you do not. Start reading The Gulag Archipelago.

Mark123's picture

I think you are missing my point.  I could also read a lot about what a world-class monster Saddam was....but from what I saw he was just another crooked, self-serving mid east leader no worse (and in some cases better) than the rest of them.  The media created the terrible monster as propaganda to support their cause.

History is written by the victor.  So you should question history as it is written.  I am not supporting Stalin, but suggesting that our commonly held belief that Stalin was the most terrible guy on earth may have been massaged a wee bit.

Centurion9.41's picture

Mark, though it is true victors write the history, there can NEVER be any justifiable reasoning, other than EVIL, to do the things Stalin did.

If I went into your home, and did the things Stalin did to your family, simply because I perceived you as a threat....

As for your "most terrible guy on earth" thought, that assertion was never made.  Stalin, etc., are held up because they remind man, specifically men like you, that EVIL does exist.

Yes, the history of man from the beginning has been littered with evil men doing evil things.  And at some point the details of the evil become moot.  Have you ever seen someone's head cut off with a chain saw?  How about with a 6" knife?  How about put into a pit and have hand grenades thrown in?  How about being thrown into a metal crusher?  How about burned in the street?  At what point do the MEANS to the END matter to you?

You dont understand because you are one of those Disneyland people Mike is talking about.  You've never had to worry.  Everything is intellectual to you. 

The cabal is filled with bad guys.  But watch a video of Sadam killing people, or Stalin, or any of the others out there.  These men took PLEASURE in acts that they PERSONALLY took part in.

You're the one missing Mike's point. 

The point is until someone crucifies the ones you love, it's just a saunter through Disneyland.

RoadKill's picture

No jusification for Saddam Khaddafi Bassar Kim Jil Ugghniginum etc eiather.

Not saying that we should have gone into any of these wars.... But if historry is just, no one will bemoan getting rid of these assholes.

They WILL bemoan hpw we did it, how msny people died, howmuch we spent and what happened afterwards...

But killing these assholes is a service to humanity... Should have just used snipers.

Junk tjis and you are a mass murderer.

Now watch for a -75 rating!!!

MsCreant's picture

I am a mass murderer any way, if I junk you or not. So are you.

Terminus C's picture

no they junk you because you are still enamored with the red/blue paradigm. 

Also, these "bad men" that have been removed from power were not removed because they were bad men or did bad things to people but because they didn't follow their marching orders.  Take an honest look at the actions of the American government (under both parties) and tell me that this institution has not been and is not being run by "bad men".

If you are honest and not a shill you cannot see the difference between Bush and Khadaffi or Obama and Sadam.  Stalin and Mao (and Hitler to a slightly lesser extent) made those previously mentioned look like amateurs.

Centurion9.41's picture

Wow, you are really really ignorant.

Mark123's picture

Your response assumes I am somehow a supporter of Stalin...or that he was a saint????  Like any good puppet you jump to conclusions and shout out the same old tired arguments based on facts you obtained from media. 

And yes, the world is full of horrible people indeed...always has been, always will be.  How do you feel about some of the wonderful things we are doing in the middle east?  But I guess that is OK because the media calls them smart bombs and reported on by embedded reporters?

My point is, and what I love most about Zero Hedge articles and most comments, that you should take the official storyline with a grain of salt and a heavy dose of skepticism.  The Stalin comment had nothing to do with Mike's article (which is as usual very good).

SeattleBruce's picture

Please tell me you know the difference between starving 20 million people to death in your own country, and what's happening in the middle east with drones?

BigJim's picture

Ooooh! me! me!

The difference is quantitative, nor qualitative.

Centurion9.41's picture

No, my response assumes you are gravely ignorant of extremely well documented history and believe the BS evil of "question everything". 


As for what my brothers are doing/have done in the Middle East... it proves to me you picked the perfect avatar for yourself; http://youtu.be/bK-Dqj4fHmM

Jorgen's picture

@2527334: Ponerology is an interdisciplinary study of evil. The term was first introduced by a Polish psychiatrist, Andrzej M. Lobaczewski. Here is his book 'Political Ponerology' in PDF format.

CommunityStandard's picture

+1 for not being a muppet to the media.

However, what Stalin did WAS terrible, on a human rights level.  Yes, we can point to other evil leaders and ask what about them.  North Korea still has labor camps that are probably as bad the gulag labor camps.  And if North Korea had oil, they'd have been invaded a long time ago.  But none of that stops Stalin from having been a bad mofo.

potlatch's picture

the atrocities are documented for a moral reason: one does have, I believe, an ethical duty to be more than just simply dimly aware of them.


Millions.  Dead. 



read some books.  it won't kill you to read about what killed them

ultimate warrior's picture

Stalin killed more people than Hitler....so yeah he was a pretty bad dude.

Harbanger's picture
Mao Ze-Dong (China, 1958-61 and 1966-69, Tibet 1949-50) 49-78,000,000

Chicoms have 1st place record with Mao Ze-Dong. 

fuu's picture

How about per capita?

BigJim's picture

I think we need some kind of objective metric for evil, like how many killed per capita per annum.

And how many of them were terrrrrrists, obviously. If you have a feeling that they were all terrrrists, then of course, killing them (and their families, neighbors, and simulacrae) is sadly just one of the exigencies of spreading freeeeeedom, and probably not very evil at all.

Marginal Call's picture

I'd put Stalin and Zee Dong  well ahead of Hitler.  They killed their own people.  Hitler killed the enemy, plus some Jews.  But he didn't kill many Germanic people (directly).


What he did was more akin to traditional tribal warfare, kill people on the other team.  It's still phsycotic, but on my scale the willingness to wipe out half of your own kind is up a couple notches. 

potlatch's picture

and I would note: that regime is still in place.  for now.




does anyone actually think the chicoms will be allowed to "succeed" in their attempt at totalitarian state capitalism?  Seriously?  Has no one seen Team America?  Come on.

Abraxas's picture

Mark123 - that is a very good question and needs to be asked. In the Stalin's case, I do think that he was as bad as they say. I read Solzenitzin's "Goolag Archipelago" and have a hard time not believing the guy. The only problem is that Solzenitzin was hailed as a hero by West when he critisized Stalin, but when he questioned Bush & Co. and the US system, he quickly faded into nothingness i.e. no coverage by media.

Good thinking though.

bank guy in Brussels's picture

Then, disgusted with the soul-lessness of the USA, he went back to Russia and criticised the new 'free market economy' raping Russian citizens, and he got sidelined once again

The Exiled and other places published stories that he actually joined the Communist Party again before he died, this is disputed tho

But indeed, right now in Eastern Europe, most of the older folks who lived under Communism, would vote to have it back after having seen the 'free market' at work

Abraxas's picture

This just goes to show you how much he was disgusted with the system here. Not that I wish I lived under Communists (god forbid), but I wish there was less coruption, lies, manipulation and mind control here.

ThirdWorldDude's picture

Speaking from first-hand experience, there's no difference between the Communism and Capitalism of our age, it's all just one big fake farce to keep the plebs divided and fighting each other instead of the common evil. 

Meet the new boss, same as the old boss!

Abraxas's picture

Perhaps it's the same in principle. However, in day-to-day stuff, I bet it makes a hell of a difference.

BigJim's picture

It was difficult to get D'addario slinkys under Stalin. That gives you some idea how bad it was, right there.

Jorgen's picture

@2527339: "Most" is certainly not the case in Poland where 'old timers' vote overwhelmingly for Christian Democrats' Law and Justice Party (PiS).

potlatch's picture

People like Solzhenitsyn don't know how to stop, and that is why they never win.


You cannot fight the modern State, especially the modern security State.  You cannot go down the road of protesting every prison, every reservation, every settlement, every dead village.  You *should*, but that is the point: you will go mad.  It is an evil world.  Do good, but stay sane.

Abraxas's picture

If you comply you'll go insane. If you try to resist you'll go insane. If you just observe and do nothing, you'll go insane. Actually, we have to be a bit insane to take in what's happening around us and not go insane.

potlatch's picture

agree.  a bit insane is, sadly, required in these times.  But.  Not too insane.  I think I have only smashed one coffee cup last 6 months, so I'm on a total mellow alpha, personally.  I'm prolly in denial.