Re: Neal Blaikie vs Michael Lorrey

From: Michael Lorrey (
Date: Thu Feb 15 2001 - 08:18:34 MST wrote:
> In a message dated 2/14/01 6:54:43 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> writes:<< Nope, I just call them like I see them. In Mr.
> Blaikie's case, I'm willing to accept his claims, but recall that "for evil
> to prosper only
> requires that good men do nothing". Being 'open minded' and 'balanced' with
> leftists usually gets a person shot or jailed by them in the end. Notes of
> 'peace in our time' waft through the rafters. >>
> Hey, Mike
> Just a rhetorical question for you. I have been trying to figure out why
> communist and such attempt to treat capitalists with such disdain when they
> have never been able to show even one success after all these years? Just
> curious.

Oh, I don't know. Perhaps its pure jealousy, perhaps they just don't get
it. Note that Trotsky said about the US when he escapted to here, that
the US "needs no revolution". I think it was Stalin's grandson who said
about the US, that "Here you struggle to make everyone equally rich, in
my country we struggle to make everyone equally poor." I think that
illustrates the dichotomy pretty well, and explains why 'open
mindedness' is really wasted on them, where our motto is sort of 'back
to the future', theirs is 'forward to the past'.

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