Sunday, January 10, 2010

Bunker #2...

Testing, testing, one, two, three, testing. Is anybody out there? Testing.

Oh there you are. I was just doing a systems check. Today and probably from now on I’ll be reporting from my new, secret, underground bunker. And I owe it all to a guy who calls into Raubin and Megan’s On the Other Hand show. He calls in to give his reports from his own bunker. I can’t remember his name, and if anybody out there knows it, please let me know. I’d like to give him proper credit for showing me the way.

Anyway, this guy’s my inspiration. He’s made me realize, I’m not the only one. There are others. Other’s who believe as I do. Other’s who see as I see, and feel as I feel. Yeah, I stole that right out of the movie, “V For Vendetta” sue me.

Sorry, the place is a mess. I’m still working on it. We just finished with the blast-proof door and window yesterday. The ventilation and climate control systems are a go. Communication systems are all working properly and I’m well stocked with food. And I’ve carefully lined the walls, the floor, and ceiling with extra heavy duty tin foil, to. You can’t be too careful. The only project left, and I’ll need more tin foil to finish it. I still need a tin foil hat. Because, well, that’s what extremists do. LMAO.

So without further ado from bunker #2, let’s talk about what’s so bad about communism. I’ll go first.

Last week one of my new cj friend’s challenged me to explain what was so bad about communism. Wow, it astounds me to think it even has to be explained in the first place. But he did ask.

Let’s just touch the left’s all time favorite communist dictator, Chairman Mao Tse-Tung. Here’s a quote from the dictator himself.

“In out great motherland, a new era is emerging in which the workers, peasants, and soldiers are grasping Marxism-Leninism, Mao Tse-Tung’s thought. Once these thoughts are grasped by the masses, it becomes an inexhaustible source of strength and a spiritual atom bomb of infinite power. It is our hope that all comrades will learn earnestly and diligently, bring about a new nation-wide high tide in the creative study and application of Chairman Mao works and, under the great red banner of Mao Tse-Tung’s thought, strive to build our country into a great socialist state with modern agriculture, modern industry, modern science, and a modern national defense. Sounds like the perfect, Communist/Marxist/Socialist, utopia. He must have really cared.”

Results: 70 million Chinese men, women, and children brutally murdered or starved to death during his rein. And in a nutshell, my friends, that’s what’s so bad about Communism.

Hope all is well with you and yours and I’ll talk to you later…

Kevin McGinty


  1. Kevin. You neglected to acknowledge that those millions of Chinese wanted to do the unspeakable. Own a business, raise crops on their own land and teach their children the ways of their ancestors. They were the true villains, don't cha know?

  2. I recently reviewed two books by Chinamen who grew up during Mao's reign. They were REALLY fascinating. One of them is a child's picture book that I think every parent should read to their children. Here is the link...

  3. Villains indeed, Fred. They sound like a bunch of those evil capitalists to me. And what's this crap about teaching their children the ways of their ancestors? No way could their free thinking ways continue.

    Whatever fate they were handed, well, they had it coming anyway...

    And, Jill. Thank you for stopping by today. It's always nice to hear from a fellow blogger. I checked out your blog and found it to be most interesting. Hope you don't mind me stopping by from time to time.

  4. Welcome to the Wonderful world of the Internet blogging my friend.

    Our local paper cjonline allows me to post also.

    Hang in there my fellow blogging brother in Christ

  5. Stalin murdered or starved about 30 million of his people. Pol Pot's total was 2 million in his killing fields. Russia and Cambodia are further examples of the Communist workers paradise.

  6. BAM!!! Very well said, Hawk. Check back tomorrow, I'm writing about a survey taken a while back that almost floored me.

    Talk to you later...