DEAR COMMIE-LOVING LIBS ON LABOR DAY: Let’s Remember The 94 Million KILLED By Communists

As the majority of Americans celebrate Labor Day and take a much needed break from work, many people fail to realize that Labor Day was originally started as a remembrance day for the Communistic Worker’s Party which has recently been connected to all of the ANTIFA and BLM protests nationwide. As leftist groups like ANTIFA continue to try and transform America and replace our capitalist system with Communism, let’s take a politically incorrect trip back and time and remember the ugly truth about Communism. The more you know, right?

According to Gateway Pundit :

Labor Day is Communist Workers Party Remembrance Day. On this Labor Day please remember the 94 million brutally murdered, starved, beaten to death and assassinated by Communist regimes in the 20th Century.

Reason.com reported:

According to a disturbingly pleasant graphic from Information is Beautiful entitled simply 20th Century Death, communism was the leading ideological cause of death between 1900 and 2000. The 94 million that perished in China, the Soviet Union, North Korea, Afghanistan, and Eastern Europe easily (and tragically) trump the 28 million that died under fascist regimes during the same period.

During the century measured, more people died as a result of communism than from homicide (58 million) and genocide (30 million) put together. The combined death tolls of WWI (37 million) and WWII (66 million) exceed communism’s total by only 9 million.

It gets worse when you look at the lower right of the chart—The Natural World—which includes animals (7 million), natural disasters (24 million), and famine (101 million). Curiously, all of the world’s worst famines during the 20th century were in communist countries: China (twice!), the Soviet Union, and North Korea. 

And today as you enjoy your holiday with family and friends please remember the starving people in Venezuela ruled over by Socialist tyrants.

While our own homegrown terroristic communists are wreaking havoc in their own childish and insane way, there are many places that are under a very strict and deadly communistic reign like North Korea and Venezuela. Both places are ruled by laws that will see a person murdered by their own government for nothing more than having a sour look on their faces in the presence of a “leader” of any sort.

Venezuelans are literally starving by the day. It takes a month’s worth of their pay to even get a loaf of bread, and the food supply is so heavily restricted and rationed that even that is limited to who can get to the store the fastest. People are often shot in the middle of the street for stealing food to feed their children, and water is almost non-existent.

Imagine that kind of suffering while you go to extremes to fulfill a perceived hunger at the town BBQ, or the mother-in-law’s pot-luck today. While we are at it, maybe we should say a prayer for our fellow humans who are living in fear every second of their lives because their death could be imminent due to starvation or a bullet.

Americans tend to take too much for granted, when we should be grateful for what we have in abundance. Our political and social issues are slowly taking us to a place that will be quite similar to the ones just described if we continue to let the ANTIFA type groups keep changing laws and forcing policy simply to appease their ignorance and their temper tantrums.

The American people seriously need to ban together and get every Democratic seat changed to Republican in the upcoming elections because the Democrats are in full favor of the communistic actions taken by other countries. Wake up America, or you will be the ones putting your names in for lotteries to eat a slice of cheese for crying out loud. Forced dress codes, curfews, and demands to bow to a dictator will be the least of our worries if Democrats are given any more power in this country.

H/T [ Gateway Pundit ]

 

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