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The Pledge of Allegiance is the worst example of daily systematic brainwashing by government in the world today. It has caused bullying, extreme violence and lynchings. It has resulted in the removal of children from their families by government officials, and in the persecution of families who removed their children from government schools to private schools and home-schooling.

The Pledge inspired similar bad behavior in other countries and it was the origin of the salute adopted later by the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazis), as shown by the historian Dr. Rex Curry (author of "Pledge of Allegiance Secrets).

Does the name Pavlov ring a bell? Ivan Petrovich Pavlov (1849-1936) lived in and during the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Most commentary about Ivan Pavlov examines his work on conditioned reflexes and how it influenced other ideas, even brainwashing. One example is the book "Brainwashing from Pavlov to Powers" by Edward Hunter.

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Pavlov is most famous for "Pavlov's dogs." At the same time each day, Ivan Pavlov, would ring a bell to summon his dogs to eat.  Pavlov noticed that the dogs would salivate at the ring of the bell, before they had begun to eat.

Before and during Pavlov's life and even today, a similar practice occurs in the United States. At the same time each day, the government schools (socialist schools) ring a bell, and children are led in robotic chanting of the "Pledge of Allegiance" each morning, for twelve years of their lives, like Pavlov's lapdogs of the state.  It is a conditioned reflex that has been a catalyst for violence and persecution. It has elicited dog-like behavior in humans.

The Pledge of Allegiance was written by a socialist in the United States in 1892, over a decade before Pavlov's work with his dogs.  Before, during and after Pavlov's work, laws were passed in the United States to force robotic chanting from children each day.  Pavlov only experimented on dogs, while politicians in the U.S. experimented on children. It is a creepy practice that would have been endorsed by Joseph Mengele under German National Socialism.

It is related to issues of thought control, cults, re-education, mind control, sociopathology, Ivan Pavlov and Pavlov's Dogs, and conditioned reflex.

The phrase "Pavlov's dog" is often used to describe someone who merely reacts to a situation rather than uses critical thinking.

American children are conditioned to block out critical thinking about the pledge. They are never shown shocking historic photographs of its early straight arm salute.

Dr. Rex Curry showed that the USA's early pledge used a straight-arm salute and it was the origin of the salute of the monstrous National Socialist German Workers' Party.

If children are told anything about the author of the pledge, they are told almost nothing. The person who created the pledge to the USA's flag was a self-proclaimed socialist in the nationalism movement in the USA and he called his dogma "military socialism" and it influenced socialists in Germany, and his pledge was the origin of their salute to the swastika flag. Although the swastika was an ancient symbol, it was also used sometimes by the National Socialist German Workers' Party to represent "S" letters for their "socialism," as shown by Dr. Curry (author of "Swastika Secrets"). The leader of German National Socialism altered his own signature to use the same stylized "S" letter for "socialist" and similar alphabetic symbolism still shows on Volkswagens.

People were persecuted for refusing to give the straight-arm salute to the national flag. That occurred in the USA (to the stars and stripes) and in Germany (to the swastika flag) at the same time.

Propaganda about the pledge in America's government schools (socialist schools) is so dishonest that some children in the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (and other countries) know more about the American pledge than do American children.

The pledge is like a brainwashed cult of the omnipotent state, conditioning Pavlovian responses in youngsters. 

Pavlovian conditioning was a major theme in Aldous Huxley's dystopian novel, Brave New World, and also to a large degree in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow.

The pledge and the Pavlovian response explain a lot about the enormous size and scope of government in the USA today. The pledge's collective robotic chanting is a daily American idiot syncrasy and part of the USA's enormous and growing police state.

Please take the "pledge not to pledge" allegiance to the flag. Remove the pledge from the flag, remove flags from schools, remove schools from government.


THE SOCIALIST TRIO OF WORST ATROCITIES - these misanthropes, necrophiliacs and cannibals set the worst records that have never been broken.

SOCIALISM'S WILLING EXECUTIONERS - why does socialism inspire misanthropy, atrocities and mass slaughter?

A lot of fascinating research examines the history of mental illness. Much of the work examines real-life examples of sociopaths and psychopaths. Most commentary is superficial, with very little critical analysis of the danger to human life.

Antisocial Personality Disorder is also known as psychopathy or sociopathy. Individuals with this disorder have little regard for the feeling and welfare of others. As a clinical diagnosis it is usually limited to those over age 18. It can be diagnosed in younger people if the they commit isolated antisocial acts and do not show signs of another mental disorder.

Antisocial Personality Disorder is chronic, beginning in adolescence and continuing throughout adulthood. There are ten general symptoms:

not learning from experience
no sense of responsibility
inability to form meaningful relationships
inability to control impulses
lack of moral sense
chronically antisocial behavior
no change in behavior after punishment
emotional immaturity
lack of guilt

People with this disorder may exhibit criminal behavior. They may not work. If they do work, they are frequently absent or may quit suddenly. They do not consider other people's wishes, welfare or rights. They can be manipulative and may lie to gain personal pleasure or profit. They may default on loans, fail to provide child support, or fail to care for their dependents adequately.
High risk sexual behavior and substance abuse are common. Impulsiveness, failure to plan ahead, aggressiveness, irritability, irresponsibility, and a reckless disregard for their own safety and the safety of others are traits of the antisocial personality.

Socioeconomic status, gender, and genetic factors play a role. Males are more likely to be antisocial than females. Those from lower socioeconomic groups are more susceptible. A family history of the disorder puts one at higher risk.

There are many theories about the cause of Antisocial Personality Disorder including experiencing neglectful parenting as a child, low levels of certain neurotransmitters in the brain, and belief that antisocial behavior is justified because of difficult circumstances. Psychotherapy, group therapy, and family therapy are common treatments. The effects of medical treatment are inconclusive. Unfortunately, most people with Antisocial Personality Disorder reject treatment. Therefore, recovery rates are low.


A lot of research has been done about murderers and their motives. Much of the research overlooks the fact that the most prolific serial killers were socialists, both as representatives of the government, or as individual murderers.

As a defense attorney in the criminal courts, Rex Curry represented people facing the death penalty for murder in the USA. He never defended anyone as murderous as governments and government officials. The worst: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the Peoples' Republic of China, and the National Socialist German Workers' Party. Socialists make the worst homicide defendant seem angelic in comparison. The worst socialist killers were never charged, tried, convicted nor executed.  

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was the first to begin. Later, after the National Socialist German Workers' Party slaughtered 21 million, the same genocidal policies of the monstrous socialists continued under the U.S.S.R. and the PRC, resulting in the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part): 62 million dead under the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; 49 milliion under the Peoples' Republic of China; 21 million under the National Socialist German Workers' Party.

Socialist killers often worked together. The National Socialist German Workers’ Party began in 1920, gained electoral breakthroughs in 1930, imposed dictatorship in 1933, and in 1939 the National Socialist German Workers Party joined as allies with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics to invade Poland in a written pact to divide up Europe, spreading WWII.

Similar to individual murderers, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, one of the worst murderers of all time, denied its guilt and tried to blame the innocent. Soviet socialism did not have serial killers. Serial killers were a product of the decadent and corrupt West. That was the party line.

But one man did more than anyone else to disprove the exculpatory claims of Soviet socialism. That man kept  killing for years, partly because of the flaws in the socialist system. The modern world record for serial killing may be held by a product of Soviet Socialism.

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics produced the serial killer Andrei Chikatilo, who killed 53 women and children (possibly more) in a prolonged campaign of serial murder spanning 1978 to 1990.

Chikatilo grew up believing that his older brother been kidnapped and cannibalized during the Ukrainian famine of the early 1930s that was caused by socialism.
Chikatilo mutilated some of his victims by gnawing at them.

Just failing to match Chikatilo's tally was Ukranian Anatoly Onoprienko, who was nicknamed the terminator by the police. He confessed to 52 murders.

German Bruno Ludke, who killed at least 80 people, mainly women, began his 15-year killing spree in 1928. Declared insane, he was sent to a Vienna hospital, where experiments were carried out on him until he died by lethal injection in 1944.

Under the National Socialist German Workers' Party, Auschwitz executioner Ludwig Tiene strangled, crushed, and gnawed boys and young men to death while he raped them. Though his grand total is uncertain, he often murdered as many as 100 a day.

During World War II, Frenchman Marcel Petiot built a sound-proof home in which he killed up to 63 people. He claimed he was a member of the French Resistance and told his victims (who included Jewish folks and and others escaping from German National Socialists) that he could arrange for a safe passage out of the country for a fee. But after receiving the money, he gave them a lethal injection pretending to given them a "vaccination against foreign diseases." In 1944 police investigated Petiot's home due to the stench of burnt corpses. He was found guilty and died by the guillotine in 1946.

Andrei Chikatilo's victims were often young women and boys in and around the city of Rostov, near the Black Sea.

But his job as a travelling purchaser of raw materials for a Rostov factory meant he claimed victims as far afield as Leningrad and Tashkent. His preferred method was to engage young people in conversation at bus or train stations and lure them to strips of woodland, where he murdered them. This gave him the name of the Forest Strip Killer or Lesopolosa.

Towards the end of his reign of terror he was the subject of a huge manhunt that brought to bear the full weight of the Soviet establishment, which was in the process of collapsing. By the time he was executed in 1994 the Soviet Union had disappeared.

Like so many serial killers in the West, the seeds of his degenerate and violent behaviour can be found in his childhood. His crimes were also intrinsically linked to sexual problems, as was correctly deduced by Aleksandr Bukhanovsky, a psychiatrist brought in to draw up an "offender profile" while Chikatilo was on the loose.

Andrei Romanovich Chikatilo was born on 16 October 1936 in Yablochnoye, a village deep in the heart of rural Ukraine. The 1930s were a period of official mass murder under Soviet socialism, and in the Ukraine in particular. Ukraine was the breadbasket of Russia, until socialism arrived under the USSR.  The collectivization of socialism had disastrous effects, and millions of Ukrainians died of famine.

In 1931 Andrei's older brother, Stefan, vanished and his parents believed he might have been kidnapped and eaten by starving and desperate neighbours. The thought of what might have happened to his brother had a terrible psychological effect on young Andrei.

In 1939 the National Socialist German Workers Party joined as allies with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics to invade Poland in a written pact to divide up Europe, spreading WWII.  But the murderous socialists eventually turned on each other.

When Andrei was only five, Germany National Socialists invaded the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the USSR's Army fled in disarray. It is thought that, as a child, Andrei witnessed or at least heard about atrocities when his village was overrun by troops under the National Socialist German Workers' Party. Worse was to follow after the war. His father, Roman, had been captured by the German National Socialists and was only released from a prisoner of war camp in 1945.

He returned to Yablochnoye a broken man and was immediately accused by the Soviet Socialist authorities, as were so many other POWs, of treachery for "allowing himself to be caught" in the first place. Andrei, already a committed socialist, denounced his father's "betrayal" of the motherland, but was still teased and taunted at school because of it.


This profile of Andrei Chikatilo was written by BBC News Online's Chris Summers.

Quiet and slightly effeminate, he was frequently picked on in the schoolyard and became painfully shy. Although seriously short-sighted, he declined to wear his spectacles for fear of being further ridiculed and spent much of his childhood in a myopic cocoon. Andrei also went to great lengths to cover up the fact that, even in his early teenage years, he had a chronic bedwetting problem. His adolescence was an even more painful experience than for most boys of his age.

His shyness and lack of social skills prevented him interacting with girls and when he did eventually persuade one to go to bed with him he was unable to perform and was ridiculed.

He realised that violence was more of a turn-on to him than sex itself. After leaving school (he failed the entrance exam to Moscow University) and doing his national service Chikatilo obtained a job as a telephone engineer in the Russian town of Rodionovo-Nesvatayevsky, near Rostov. In 1963 his sister, who had moved in with him, introduced him to a local girl called Fayina and they soon married.

Andrei was painfully shy sexually and Fayina realised he had no real interest in conventional sex. But she managed to coax him into providing her with two children, Lyudmila and Yuri. In 1971 Chikatilo completed a correspondence course and obtained degrees in Engineering, Russian Literature and he also continued his socialist path with studies of Marxism-Leninism.

His new qualifications enabled him to get a job as a teacher. Shy and weak, he was unable to command the respect of his pupils and was considered "odd" by his colleagues. But Chikatilo enjoyed being surrounded by young boys and girls and began to commit indecent acts on children of both genders.

When complaints were made he was forced to resign and get a job at another school but criminal charges were never brought. On one occasion he was caught trying to perform oral sex on a sleeping boy and was severely beaten by a group of older boys. From that night on Chikatilo would always carry a knife.

Despite that incident he was never arrested partly because, under the USSR's socialist system, his indiscretions would reflect badly on the whole school and no principal wanted to besmirch the reputation of his institution. In 1978, Chikatilo moved to the town of Shakhty, not far from Rostov and got a job at a mining school.

On 22 December 1978 he claimed his first victim, nine-year-old Lena Zakotnova, who he befriended as she waited for a tram. Tempting her with the promise of coveted capitalist chewing gum from America, he tricked her into coming with him to his shack beside the Grushevka River.

As soon as they got inside he turned nasty, pushing the terrified youngster to the floor. Gagging her with his forearm, he blindfolded her and tried to rape her. But he was only able to become sexually aroused when the girl became distressed and started gasping for breath.

Knowing she would report the attack if he let her go, Chikatilo stabbed Lena three times in the stomach and then dragged her body to the waterside before throwing her in. Lena was still alive when she hit the water but died from a combination of stab wounds, hypothermia and drowning. Astonishingly, Chikatilo could have been brought to justice within days and the lives of his 52 other victims, could have been spared.

Another girl, Svetana Gurenkova, told police she had seen Lena with a tall, thin, middle-aged man who wore glasses and a dark coat. Her artist's impression was shown to the principal of a local mining school who noticed the similarity with one of his teachers, Chikatilo. Police discovered splashes of blood on the steps of Chikatilo's shack and brought him in for questioning.

But Fayina gave him an alibi, why is not clear, and the police turned instead to another suspect. Aleksandr Kravchenko had a previous conviction for rape but, at 25, he was too young to fit Svetlana's description and he had never worn glasses. Nevertheless the socialist police questioned him mercilessly and eventually forced a confession out of him, although the details were hazy. He was eventually sentenced to death and was duly executed in 1984.

It was only later realised that Lena Zakotnova's killer was still at large and the tightly controlled government (socialist) media was hardly likely to highlight this horrendous miscarriage of justice. Chikatilo managed to restrain his violent urges for three years. In 1981 he was made redundant from his teaching job and, unable to get another teaching post because of his lewd reputation, he was forced to work as a supply clerk at the huge Rostovnerud factory.

Six months later he approached 17-year-old Larisa Tkachenko, a girl with "loose morals" who was well known locally for exchanging sexual favours for food and drink. Chikatilo led her to a deserted stretch of woodland and attacked her, stripped her of her clothes, punching her, strangling her and piling dirt into her mouth to muffle her screams.

This time, unlike his first killing, which left him frustrated and confused, he felt elated and "danced with joy" around the body. In June 1982 he killed Lyuba Biryuk, 13, while on as business trip and over the next year he added another six victims, two of them young men. The police assumed that the killer of the men was not the same man who was murdering young girls.

In December 1982 Chikatilo killed Laura Sarkisyan, 15, but then went quiet for six months. In the summer of 1983 he killed three times, including seven-year-old Igor Gudkov, whose body was savagely mutilated. The central Moscow militia sent an experienced detective, Major Mikhail Fetisov, to Rostov in September 1983 to take over the investigation.

He criticised the ineptitude of the local police and convinced his superiors all 14 murders were the work of a single sex-crazed killer, although stopped short of using the phrase "serial killer" which was still seen as a western concept alien to an ideologically pure state such as the Soviet Union. Fetisov's team began to trawl the criminal and mental health records, hoping to find anyone who might fit the profile of the killer.

Chikatilo was arrested at one point but his blood sample did not match the AB group of the killer.

It was only later realised that the AB sample came from semen and Chikatilo was type AB but the B antigens did not show up in his blood sample. One man who did seem to fit the profile was Alexei Shaburov, a car thief with learning difficulties who confessed to killing several children along with four other men.

They had all met at a school for the people with learning difficulties. They confessed to the murders, but none of them were able to give details about the murders and, after several days of brutal interrogation. The police realised the gang were wasting their time. They were released and the manhunt resumed. Chikatilo's killing spree was almost brought to an end forever in 1984.

The Rostov police increased patrols at train and bus stations, realising that was where the killer was picking up most of his victims. One day Inspector Aleksandr Zanosovsky noticed a middle-aged man in glasses who seemed to be paying special interest to young girls. Zanosovsky approached him and asked for his papers.

The man produced documents identifying him as Andrei Chikatilo, a freelance employee of the Department of Internal Affairs, a wing of the KGB. He was allowed to go on his way. But a few weeks later Zanosovsky spotted Chikatilo again.

This time he kept up surveillance on him for several hours as he caught bus after bus around the local district. Chikatilo did not appear to be going anywhere but he was approaching young women and trying to engage them in conversation. After numerous rejections he finally found a girl, who was drunk, who put her head in his lap and let him fondle her.

Zanosovsky seized the moment and approached Chikatilo, who began sweating heavily. The officer demanded he open his briefcase and inside was a jar of lubricant, a length of rope and a long-bladed knife. When they got him back to the police station they learned he was under investigation for stealing a car battery from the factory where he worked.

This was sufficient to keep him in custody while they checked to see if he could be the Forest Strip Killer. Unfortunately his blood type did not appear to match and to make matters worse a policeman later sent the contents of the suitcase back to Chikatilo's home, where they were swiftly disposed of. With no evidence, they could only prosecute him for the theft and he served only three months in prison.

Chikatilo had lost his job as a result of his incarceration but in January 1985 he obtained a new one, working again as a travelling buyer for a locomotive factory in Novocherkassk. For six months he resisted his internal desires but in August 1985 he stabbed to death an 18-year-old girl in Rostov. His killings stopped again until May 1987 when he murdered a 13-year-old boy in Revda in the Ural Mountains.
Spiral of violence

Chikatilo's killing spree now spiralled out of control. In 1988 he claimed eight lives and in his last year of freedom, in 1990, he killed nine people, many of whom were boys. By this time a new man, Issa Kostoyev, director of the central Department for Violent Crime, had taken over the case and he began going over each case with a fine toothcomb.

After the body of Vadim Tishchenko, 16, was found near Rostov's Leskhoz railway station on 3 November 1990 Kostoyev decided to flood the area with undercover patrols, many of them equipped with night vision goggles. But the detectives were unable to prevent Chikatilo claiming his last victim, 22-year-old Svetlana Korostik, who he lured away from Leskhoz station and then murdered in nearby woods.

He cut off parts of her body and ate them at the scene before covering the body in branches and walking back to the station. Plain-clothes officer Sergeant Igor Rybakov noticed Chikatilo perspiring heavily and saw he had spots of blood on his cheek and earlobe. He checked Chikatilo's papers but, unaware of Svetlana's murder, had no real reason for holding him and allowed him to go on his way.

Later Kostoyev came across Sgt Rybakov's report of the incident and decided to look further into Chikatilo. After discovering that his work records showed him in the vicinity of many of the murders, Kostoyev deployed a team of undercover officers to follow Chikatilo.

On 20 November 1990 he left work to get treatment for a broken finger, which, unbeknown to the doctors, had been bitten by one of his victims and then picked up his briefcase and went out to find young boys. At one point he was chatting to a boy in the street when the youngster's mother called him away.

Chikatilo, foiled again, carried on down the street and was then approached by three men who identified themselves as police officers and arrested him. His briefcase was searched and, once again, contained a knife, a length of rope and a jar of lubricant. A search of his home found another 23 knives, a hammer and a pair of shoes that matched a footprint found beside one of the victims.

Chikatilo eventually confessed to all his crimes, but he still had to face a trial in April 1992.

Locked inside a cage, designed to protect him from victims' relatives, he spent much of his time ranting and raving and acting outlandishly. It is not clear whether he was simply trying to persuade the judge that he was insane, or whether his mental condition had just deteriorated since his arrest. At one point he stripped off, waved his penis at the public gallery and shouted: "Look at this useless thing, what do you think I could do with that?"

Chikatilo's lawyer, Marat Khabibulin, tried to argue that there was no evidence against his client other than his confessions. But the judge was convinced and was cheered as he passed 52 death sentences (one of the charges had been dropped due to insufficient evidence).

Chikatilo was led away shouting: "Fraud! I'm not going to listen to your lies!"

Sixteen months later the man known as the Forest Strip Killer, or the Rostov Ripper, was executed by a single bullet to the back of the head.

This profile of Andrei Chikatilo was written by BBC News Online's Chris Summers.

DENIERS OF THE SOCIALIST "WHOLECAUST" - more amazing web searches expose the widespread bias.

COMPARE U.S.S.R. & NAZIS - and compare the media bias favoring the bigger killer over 3rd place.

SOCIALISTS STARTED WWII - the National Socialists & the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

SOCIALISM'S "ROMAN SALUTE" - did U.S. socialists cause WWII, the Holocaust & the Wholecaust?

JOHN DEWEY - (1859-1952) aka "Johnny Socialism-Seed" for planting the Bellamy Boys worldwide.

- symbolizes the threat of socialist shortages & atrocities.
YOUR SOCIALIST SLAVE # - (your social security #) came from the socialist trio of atrocities.
YOUR SOCIALIST SLAVE TATTOO  - this is how another socialist crime against humanity will look in the near future.
HISTORICAL REVISIONISM - Government schools & the media cover-up socialist horrors in the U.S.
U.S. FLAG'S ORIGINAL SOCIALIST SALUTE - and pledge of allegiance were written by a socialist.
U.S. SOCIALISTS - did they inspire worldwide socialist atrocities?
U.S. SOCIALISM - did U.S. socialism inspire the socialism in Germany?
MORE GERMAN TIES - U.S. socialists promoted racism, eugenics and hatred of individuality & differences.
SOCIALIST EQUALITY - trying to make everyone equally poor.  Instead, making everyone equally dead.
NEWS: SICK SOCIALIST SYMBOLISM: 2 overlapping "S" letters stand for "socialism" in the sick swastika. The swastika changed from a good-luck symbol for "well-being," to a bad-luck symbol for "socialism."

SOCIALIST HATE SYMBOLS - eye-popping graphic art  Socialist Symbols of Hate and Death: the swastika of the National Socialist German Workers' Party, the red star of the Peoples' Republic of China, the hammer and sickle of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. 

Any philosophy that advocates the "collective" ownership or government ownership (or control) of the means of production, thereby advocates genocide in the same sentence.   That was proven by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Peoples' Republic of China and the National Socialist German Workers' Party.  Any person who does not understand the preceding is an example of how places like the the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the Peoples' Republic of China and the National Socialist German Workers' Party come into existence and commit mass slaughter.   Those are the same people who do not know that the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Communist China, both independently slaughtered more people than did the monstrous National Socialist German Workers' Party.   And if those people do know, they never let on that they know.  They suppress the facts.
doomsday clock of socialism
THE DOOMSDAY CLOCK OF SOCIALISM - symbolizes the threat of socialist shortages, poverty, misery, starvation, atrocities and mass slaughter.   The closest it ever came to midnight was during the years occupied by the the hate-spewing radical paramilitary societies created in the socialist trio of atrocities (above).  They killed more people than would three nuclear bombs.  The world still has not rejected their philosophy of socialism and the deaths mount.

The socialist Wholecaust occurred under the industrial armies of the socialist trio of atrocities (see  the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 62 million deaths, 1917-'87; the People's Republic of China, 35 million, 1949-'87; and the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, 21 million, 1933-'45 (numbers from Professor R. J. Rummel's article in the Encyclopedia of Genocide (1999)).  In other words, they were not slaughtered in war by a foreign country invading, they were slaughtered by their own governments by the millions. Sometimes "I told you so" just doesn't seem to cut it. Socialists are nuclear bombs. Socialism is nuclear war.

Concentration camps like Buchenwald and Auschwitz under the National Socialist German Workers’ Party are notorious. But who recalls murderously prolific death camps like Kolyma, Vorkuta and Magadan in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics?

Forgotten is that the National Socialist German Workers’ Party and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics jointly invaded and partitioned Poland in 1939 under the notorious Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, that the Socialist Republics never renounced. Seven million died in Poland. Under the secret protocols of that pact, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and the Romanian provinces of Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina were ceded to Stalin, as was eastern Poland.  As a result of the War, Finland had
its Karelian Peninsula torn away the Socialist Republics and 10 countries Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary and Yugoslavia suffered under the Socialist Republics for half a century.

After the National Socialists drove into Prague, Czechoslovakia with little resistance, the British and French (On March 31, 1939) handed Poland an unsolicited war guarantee that was not honored later. Poland defied the National Socialists over Danzig, and were crushed. But because they had declared war on the National Socialists, though they had no plan to attack, the National Socialists, in April 1940, invaded Denmark and Norway, and in May, the Low Countries and France. In three weeks, the National Socialists threw the British off the continent at Dunkirk, and, in six weeks, crushed France.

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics provided the National Socialists with all the food and fuel they had requested and the Socialist Republics declared Britain and France to be the aggressors against their National Socialist partners.

Five months before the invasion of Poland, socialists in Italy had invaded little Albania.

Even before then, in 1936, Japan invaded China.  After WWII, China expanded the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was part): 62 million killed by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; 35 million killed by the Peoples’ Republic of China; 21 million killed by the National Socialist German Workers’ Party.

Ayn Rand escaped the socialist Wholecaust.  Born Alissa Rosenbaum, Rand came of age during the Socialist Revolution, witnessing its horrors. She arrived in the United States in 1926 on a visitor's visa, but never returned to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. After working as a screenwriter in Hollywood, she went on to become a successful novelist and popular philosopher of reason and individualism, helping to inspire the modern libertarian movement.

Socialists prove that the hatred of money is the root of all evil.

Socialists qualify as collective recipients of a Darwin Award: the recognition given to those "who improve our gene pool by removing themselves from it in a spectacularly stupid manner." The awards are given to those who perish through some "astonishing misapplications of judgment."

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