21 May, 2014

The So-Called Right Side of History

Posted by Socrates in 'right side of history', Axis powers, history, History for newbies, Hitler, jewed culture, jewed language, leftism, leftists, liberalism, liberals, media, memes, Socrates, Soviet holocaust, Soviet Union, World War II at 6:08 pm | Permanent Link

I see this slogan/meme used all the time by leftists and Jews. Here it is again.

Apparently, being on “the right side of history” means that you’re going down in history on the “correct” side of a big situation. But that’s funny, since America has often been on the wrong side of big things. For example, during World War II, we should have sided with the Axis countries against the mass murdering Soviet Union [1]. But we didn’t. We sided with the communists. We weren’t on the right side of history.

[1] Hitler was still a young soldier when the Jewish-built Soviet Union began murdering millions of people


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  7. One Response to “The So-Called Right Side of History”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      If the USA had minded its own business during the Great War that conflict would have ended as a truce, not in the crucifixion of Germany and the Bolshevization of Russia. Millions of lives would have been spared and there would not have been any need for WWII. But the Jews and the Internationalists made sure we got into that conflict, thanks to the sinking of the Lusitania and the relentless Jew-orchestrated hate campaign against Germany. And so by 1917 the idiotic American herd was stampeded into the “right” side of history. And we have been living with the disastrous results ever since.