Thursday, June 6, 2019

Making Omelets

How many eggs does it take to make a Communist omelet? By eggs, I mean human lives, and the answer is, it depends on the nation or continent. For the Chinese, the magic number was 10,000. That’s how many people died on June 4th, in 1989, at least those are the estimates. It may be lower, but chances are it’s much higher.

Looking back, the current regime deemed it a necessity because the death of 10,000 people maintained communism, and in the end, that’s all that mattered. This didn’t happen in a bygone era, this didn’t happen in the ’40s or ’50s, it’s thirty years fresh, and the current Chinese power structure doesn’t bat an eye in confirming the necessity of breaking a few eggs to make a communist omelet.

You look at Stalin’s numbers, and 10,000 seems paltry. A drop in the bucket, a blip on the radar, but all told 100 million people are dead because of communism. But hey, you can’t make an omelet without breaking some eggs, and each diluted, misguided, zealot who believes in the communist ideal and the utopia it can bring to the average citizen will be quick to tell you that change is painful, and every nation that transitioned to communism felt the growing pains.

That’s the thing. They never come right out and say that people will have to die. They call it growing pains, or keeping the peace, or enforcing the law, but at the end of the day, it’s about the loss of human lives, not in the hundreds, or thousands, but best case scenario in the tens of thousands.

Understand that everyone vying for Socialism or it’s angrier, less civil older brother communism has a despotic, tyrannical, autocratic streak a mile wide, and to them killing a few hundred thousand people is just a means to an end.

One of the most diluted, homogenized, arrogant and intellectually barren candidates for the Democrat nomination for the presidency of these United States has repeatedly come out and said that he’s all for taking the average citizen’s guns away by force, because, well, the law must be enforced at all cost.

Keep in mind; these are law-abiding citizens, who did not commit a crime, who bought their firearms legally, and who make up the fabric of this nation. No matter, Eric Swalwell has decreed that the second amendment should be abolished, and if you don't give up your right to defend yourself voluntarily, then men in black uniforms and balaclavas will make sure you will resign yourself to his edicts.

Despots come in many shape and sizes, but at their core, they are all the same. They all promise paradise, but it will have to cost you something first. Not much, just your freedoms, you don’t use them anyway. In return you get food rations, government housing, being strong-armed into subservience and brutally murdered by your government if you choose not to comply.

In the spirit of full disclosure, I am not a big gun guy. In fact, the only things I’ve ever killed was the odd spider and a deer with my car on an Indiana backroad. That’s it. I’m not an avid hunter, I don’t go to the shooting range, and up until a few months ago, I didn’t even own a gun. That said, I know that every mass genocide in the last hundred or so years was perpetrated upon populations who had no way to defend themselves.

If something repeats often enough, it becomes a pattern, and the pattern here is impossible to ignore. First, they take the guns away from the citizenry; then they can abuse the citizenry at will because they have no way of fighting back against a tyrannical government. 

With love in Christ,
Michael Boldea Jr.

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