One can certainly pick out the many communists and socialists in the United Nations General Assembly, politicians, pundits, the Communist media complex and social media by their response to President Donald Trump’s remarks exposing the sins of communism and socialism.
Independent Sentinel by S. Noble
MSM considers President Trump’s speech to the U.N. on Tuesday “offensive” and a “joke”. There is a very good reason for that.
Facebook won’t even boost our article summarizing the President’s speech and the title of our article makes it clear why: President Blasts Socialism…The problem the media has with the speech is President Trump is the Not-Obama in every way. Most importantly, he called out socialism and highlighted the importance of sovereignty for all nation-states. Trump is dangerous to the movement left.
The best part of the President’s speech or at least our favorite was this:
“The problem in Venezuela is not that socialism has been poorly implemented, but that socialism has been faithfully implemented. From the Soviet Union to Cuba to Venezuela, wherever true socialism or communism has been adopted, it has delivered anguish and devastation and failure. Those who preach the tenets of these discredited ideologies only contribute to the continued suffering of the people who live under these cruel systems.”
This has never dared been said by a U.S. president in the hall of dictators, socialists and fascists. The media is outraged by it and by his “lack of diplomacy”.
The Independent thinks the socialism line was a “joke”. The Independent, a left-wing London paper, called the socialism line “a joke” gone bad, saying that Trump was waiting for a laugh after the line. Trump did pause, but it was for the applause he thought would come when speaking the truth about the most violent ideology of the last century, whose proponents have killed more people than any other ideology.
The editorial board of the Los Angeles Times called the speech, which many conservatives think was the best of his career, “ needlessly offensive….”
I am not surprised that Trump’s address to the UN has given the American left a bad case of hiccups. Equally good was Theresa May’s address, which advised the UN that the UK intends to withhold 30% of its annual dues unless, or until the UN demonstrates that it is capable of doing what we are paying it to do. I applaud her plan in this regard, but I noted that during her speech, few people were in the great hall listening. I ask you, how insulting is that, given the amount of money the UK has paid to the UN since the end of World War II? And now I wonder if three was anyone in the great hall as Trump delivered his message. I heartily recommend that the USA send the UN packing to Belgium, where they clearly belong.