Archive for the 'Videla' Category

18 August, 2020

Posted by Socrates in Argentina, Argentina's Dirty War, Cuba, left-wing violence, leftism, leftist/liberal cruelty, leftist/liberal hate, liberal mindset, liberalism, liberals, liberals as bullies, Marxism, Socrates, Videla at 2:19 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: Argentine Army General Jorge Videla (1925-2013), who tried to save Argentina from Marxist terrorism, served several prison sentences for his efforts, and was later sentenced to life in prison, where he died at age 87 [1]. No good deed goes unpunished. Had he been a leftist, he wouldn’t have served a day in prison: […]

23 June, 2020

Posted by Socrates in Argentina, Argentina's Dirty War, college, Cultural Marxism, leftism, leftist/liberal hate, leftists, liberal mindset, liberalism, liberals, mulattoes, Socrates, universities, Videla at 9:59 am | Permanent Link

Tucker: “This is an ideological movement. The ideas that fuel it have incubated for decades on college campuses. We paid for all of it, by the way. The rest of us were so thrilled that our kids got into Duke that we decided to ignore what Duke was actually teaching them and are continuing to […]

15 April, 2020

Posted by Socrates in "gay marriage", "gay pride", "gender theory", "gender", 'hate', 'human rights', 'tolerance', 'transgender', homosexual themes, homosexuals, leftism, leftist/liberal cruelty, leftist/liberal hate, leftists, liberal 'tolerance', liberal mindset, liberalism, liberals, liberals as bullies, Pinochet, Reagan, Socrates, Videla at 10:59 am | Permanent Link

There’s no such thing as “transgender,” so what’s the problem? How can somebody sue over something that doesn’t exist? Judeo-leftism is a vindictive, get-even movement. Indeed, the Judeo-leftists have a curious mental feature: they absolutely cannot “allow” any right-winger to “get away with it.” Get away with what? Whatever “wrong” the right-winger has done. The […]

6 October, 2019

Posted by Socrates in Castro, communism, Cuba, Marxism, Pinochet, Socrates, Videla at 10:53 am | Permanent Link

Young Americans set sail to communist Cuba. I couldn’t do it. Can you imagine having difficulty getting fresh water? Or a potato? My god! Wasn’t communism supposed to be a worker’s paradise? Where’s the “paradise”? I’m not seeing it. Some years ago, I read a book written by a woman who grew up in communist […]