Watching “The Revolutionary Holocaust” Part X
Posted on January 22 2010 6:24 pm
First of all, thanks for watching Glenn Beck’s (first ever) documentary The Revolutionary Holocaust with me today. I enjoyed it, I hope you did too. It was the first time I live blogged an event for David Horowitz’s NewsRealblog and I have to say it was a lot of fun. Live blogging a show forces you to listen carefully to what’s being said; more carefully, than you might normally be inclined to do.
Secondly, Beck did a wonderful job exposing the downright evil nature of socialism and communism. There’s nothing even remotely humane about these ideologies and their most famous spokesmen and representatives. It is no accident that every country in which socialism and communism were (fully) implemented, the population was oppressed and millions died in peace time. These deaths, the oppression, the hunger, the suffering; all were and are a logical result of giving too few people, too much power.
All in all, I’m more inspired than I have been in quite a while to counter the threat these people and ideologies pose to Western societies. We should realize that this, in essence, a cultural war, not a political one. This is exactly why it’s so important to take back universities, to help Hollywood’s conservatives and to force the mainstream media to share the truth with the public. And if the MSM refuses to do so, we’ll do it ourselves.
That’s nice and all, but I’m afraid that not all is swell: the documentary should have been an hour longer. It was too short – it was so fascinating that I wanted to continue watching. Also, it would have benefited from focusing a bit more on what leftists are doing today, what their goals and their weapons are, how they are trying to rewrite history, and what it’ll mean if they win this battle for the heart and soul of Western culture.
In other words, The Revolutionary Holocaust desperately needs a “Part Two.” Let’s hope Beck will produce and air it as soon as possible.