January 17, 2021 – After calling for “unity” and “healing” Joe Biden, in a paranoid rage has lashed out and gone full Stalin. He has announced his intention to purge anyone who voted for the GOP from the U.S. Secret Service, Military and National Guard. This is exactly how every communist coup begins. It is eerily similar to Josef Stalin’s “great purge” or the Great Terror. Something has the incoming Biden regime worked up into a frenzy and they have gone so far as to disarm the National Guard that have been brought into Washington, D.C. in record numbers, ostensibly to counter any “threat” of so-called “domestic terror.” Biden has been increasingly erratic as his inauguration approaches, and he has sought a full communist-like purge and a one-party state takeover.
2/ Biden’s transition team asked if it would be possible to determine which soldiers voted in GOP primaries or who have contributed to GOP candidates so commanders could station them away from the president-elect. The request was refused fueling their fear of attack. pic.twitter.com/NenzFkwEh6
— @amuse (@amuse) January 17, 2021
This is a raw discrimination move. Can you imagine if President Donald Trump had announced he was purging anyone who voted Democrat from the entire federal government? The media would have been hysterically and breathlessly reporting on Trump’s “fascist dictates” in wall-to-wall coverage. Biden has announced a discriminatory purge, and the media hardly mentions it, even in passing.
4/ Biden’s fears started with his Secret Service detail, he had every agent on the White House detailed demoted as he worried about their loyalty to Trump. Democrats think that anyone who supports Trump is a very real threat.https://t.co/H3FdwYz9H5
— @amuse (@amuse) January 17, 2021
Why wouldn’t Joe Biden even trust his own secret service detail? One lame excuse given was that some members of his SS detail discouraged mask wearing, which is his justification for purging and demoting them.
6/ The Army has confirmed they’ve acquiesced to Biden’s demand for security screening for National Guard members who support President Trump. https://t.co/5AmyeCnrPc
— @amuse (@amuse) January 17, 2021
The Democrat Party meanwhile is demanding that GOP House and Senate members be purged from government and Trump supporters “cleansed” from society, writ large.
According to the Army Times, they will frame this purge as removing elements “sympathetic to domestic terrorists” which is absurd considering the many members that are allowed to openly support Black Lives Matter:
The measures come in the wake of the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot and after Rep. Jason Crow, D-Colo., spoke with Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy this weekend and expressed “grave concerns about reports that active-duty and reserve military members were involved in the insurrection” at the Capitol.
Crow, an Iraq and Afghanistan veteran, said he asked McCarthy for Army Criminal Investigation Command to review the backgrounds of any troops involved in inauguration security, ‘to ensure that deployed members are not sympathetic to domestic terrorists.’
The Defense Department has authorized as many as 15,000 troops to be deployed to D.C. for the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
‘We are working with the Secret Service to determine which service members supporting the national special security event for the Inauguration require additional background screening,’ an Army spokesperson said in an emailed response to queries. ‘The D.C. National Guard is also providing additional training to service members as they arrive in D.C. that if they see or hear something that is not appropriate, they should report it to their chain of command.’ – Army Times
Conservatives will be purged from society under the guise of removing “supporters of white supremacy” and their rights will be systematically stripped from them, as we are already witnessing.
Recall what happened leading up to and during Stalin’s great purge, from Laura Hill of Boston University:
The Great Purge, also known as the Great Terror, marks a period of extreme persecution and oppression in the Soviet Union during the late 1930s. While previous purges under Stalin involved the persecutions of kulaks (wealthy peasants), Nepmen (people who engaged in private enterprise during the New Economic Policy of the 1920s), clergymen, and former oppositionists, the Great Purge is characterized by imprisonments and executions not only of these usual suspects but of Communists leaders and party members, members of the Red Army, and the Intelligentsia in great numbers. The Great Purge instituted a new type of terror in which the boundaries of those oppressed were practically nonexistent – any stain on the record, including mere association with a perceived enemy, brought one under suspicion of the NKVD, the Soviet secret police. So-called enemies of the people were charged with treason, wrecking, espionage and more. There were strong anti-elitist attitudes and persecution against those who practiced favoritism, bullied subordinates, developed their own ‘cults of personality,’ and inappropriately used state funds.
The Great Purge began with the assassination of Sergei Kirov, whose 1935 murder by Leonid Nikolayev is suspected to have been ordered by Stalin. Kirov, though a faithful Communist, had a certain popularity in the party that threatened Stalin’s consolidation of power. Kirov’s death triggered three important, widely publicized show trials of prominent former Bolsheviks in Moscow and ultimately fostered the climate of terror during the Great Purge. The party began purging itself of undesirables as tension and suspicion mounted rapidly. It has since been determined that Denunciation of enemies was encouraged and surveillance was tightened. Hundreds of thousands were executed or died in Gulag during this period of oppression. In the summer of 1938 Nikoli Yezhov was released as head of the NKVD as the excesses of the Purge were being realized and coming to an end, but many in Gulag were not released until the end of Stalin’s leadership. – Laura Hill
That sounds exactly like what we are witnessing now in modern times in the lead-up to the Biden administration which many Americans believe to be based on massive voter fraud and therefore illegitimate. We have seen lawyers for the Public Broadcasting System calling for the children of Republicans to be taken from them and put into “re-education” camps. We have seen calls to imprison President Trump and anyone who supported him. How long until that rhetoric leads to advocating mass murder? The article continues:
Robert, Conquest. The Great Terror: A Reassessment. New York City: Oxford University Press, 2007.
This book updates the information supplied by Conquest’s previous The Great Terror: Stalin’s Purge of the Thirties, which first made comprehensive information about the Purge accessible to the public due, to new information being provided Glasnost policy in the 1980s which allowed greater freedom of information and the opening of the Soviet archives. There exists some discrepancy among historians as to the exact death toll (Conquest puts it at 20 million, which some claim is much higher than the actual number), but his work remains the most comprehensive assessment of the Great Purge to date.
Hiroaki, Kuromiya. The Voices of the Dead: Stalin’s Great Terror in the 1930s. New Haven: Tale University Press, 2007.
This book reconstructs the lives of some of the hundreds of thousands who were killed during Stalin’s Purge through information provided by the declassified Soviet archives. It details the lives of Vera Emel’ianovna Goroshko, who was executed for her romantic involvement with a Polish diplomat; Sigizmund Karlovich Kvasnevskii, who despite his efforts to elude arrest by cooperating as a police informant, was tried for espionage and executed; Marina Vladislvovna Al’bova who was shot without any evidence presented against her; and many more haunting tales. Kuromiya gives faces and names to statistics, humanizing those who were tragically affected by the Purge. She opens her work with ‘The dead cannot speak. Can one retrieve their voices?’
Fitzpatrick, Sheila. Everyday Stalinism: Ordinary Life in Extraordinary Times: Soviet Russia in the 1930s. New York City: Oxford University Press, 2000.Fitzpatrick’s book outlines the impact that Stalinism imposed on everyday life throughout the 1930s. The final chapter deals specifically with the Great Purge and the unique effects this oppression had on Soviet society in everyday dealings. She describes how everyday behaviors came under suspect, fostering a climate of suspicion and fear. The book is filled with excerpts from memoirs and diaries that provide a base for further research on the topic.Charter of the Cyber-USSR, ‘Flattering Soviet Cartoon of N.I. Yezhov.’ Accessed May 2, 2013. http://www.cyberussr.com/rus/ye-ctn.html.The following picture shows Nikolai Ivanovich Yezhov, head of the NKVD during much of the Great Purge, crushing a reptilian creature with three humand heads and a Swastika tail, ‘enemies’ of the Soviet Union. His period as head of the NKVD is sometimes called ‘Yezhovshchina,’ or ‘the Yezhov era.’
The Kirov Murder and the Moscow Show Trials
Lenoe, Matthew E. The Kirov Murder and Soviet History. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2010.
This book by historian Matthew Lenoe assembles multiple investigations and official documents of the Kirov murder, which set the Great Purge in motion. This massive assemblage reexamines Stalin’s role in the famous assassination.
Conquest, Robert. Stalin and the Kirov Murder. New York City: Oxford University Press, 2010.
This book also by Robert Conquest, author of The Great Terror: A Reassessment, was the first comprehensive examination of the role Stalin played in the Kirov murder. It not nearly as extensive as Lenoe’s work on the subject, but it provides clear and concise information about the case and Stalin’s part in the matter. It is an excellent source for basic background information on the subject. – Laura Hill
This is sadly where our nation appears headed, absent some kind of miracle. With full control of Hollywood, academia, the media and the government, communists appear to have conquered our country. Stalin labeled his enemies “terrorists” and used that label to undermine and eventually justify the murder of his opponents. We must not be ignorant of the historical parallels we are witnessing today.
Dr. James Lindsay of New Discourses has identified something important, that humans think and understand things in terms of narrative, and he sees the left using the events of the January 6 to create a new American narrative that he believes we MUST counter:
We are witnessing the birth of a new national mythology in America, and it is not good news. Imperfect as it was, the old one was better, warts and all, and it needs to be fought for. This new mythology turns the story of America on its head, positioning it not as having been born in the pursuit of freedom and liberty in 1776 but in slavery and evil in 1619. It has mainstreamed itself since the 1960s but especially over the last five years as it used Trump’s presidency as a foil to legitimize its pseudo-real description of America for millions, and now it has gained the beginnings of cultural hegemony (which it is already abusing). This magic narrative has been and remains the key to their power.
This new mythology is using its own narrative about Trump’s presidency and, especially, the events that took place at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, as a pivotal moment in its story arc, where it finally gained the upper hand on more than 400 years of evil and could usher in a new world order based on equity, guaranteed by the ‘perfected’ state apparatus and its corporate partners (especially in tech). The thing is, while the real American story genuinely is the story of freedom, this new alternative, of ‘liberation,’ is based not in truth but in alchemy, and like all such regimes, it will therefore end in catastrophe. Lead, as it sees our history, cannot be changed into gold, as it views our future through its manic utopian lenses, and drinking potions of cinnabar will not make people live forever but will slowly poison them into madness. – Dr. James Lindsay
Dr. Lindsay believes this new mythology or narrative, if not properly and effectively countered will lead to real world violence. He discusses the Marxist notion of “repressive tolerance” — the idea that society cannot tolerate those deemed “intolerant,” and advocates using violence against them.
Dr. Lindsay describes this in more detail in the video above.
this rhetoric is pretty bleak: she’s creating a frame wherein the only way forward is a racial-Maoist purge. But it’s her opponents who are the dangerous, evil ideologues. pic.twitter.com/W0kaGtyw46
— the Rhyming History Book (@cryptocrates) January 11, 2021
Framing all political opponents as “fascists” who seek to kill provides justification for oppressing and killing them. “In the name of public safety” is always the excuse to strip away the natural rights of people.
Christian Purge Envisioned During Biden/Harris Administration https://t.co/3cFyEKB97n
— ThirdEyeOfTheStorm (@LizardB01935413) December 17, 2020
The media seems content to pour fuel onto the fire with their increasingly hostile, dehumanizing rhetoric towards conservatives and anyone to the right of Chairman Mao. Will we see a massive purge take place? Is it already happening now? Could this lead to mass murder? We cannot say for sure, but historically unless stopped before they become practice, these trends can only end one way, the way of mass graves.