Vladimir Lenin’s ideology of hate is rehabilitated online without censorship or obstruction by hate speech police
By Michael Hoffman
You may have heard that earlier this year Amazon.com removed dozens of books for sale on its website because they were judged to be “hateful.”
Books in praise of Communist butchers continue to be sold by Amazon, however.
The media inform us that Twitter has also embarked upon a campaign to nobly cleanse its digital premises of “hate."
The privileged students in halls of academe such as Stanford, Harvard and Cornell have signed on to the Inquistion's standard that error has no rights. Challenges to Leftist and Zionist orthodoxies are labeled as hateful by consensus approval, and thus subject to a ban in the name of preventing hatred and genocide.
Workers World Party is one of the many accounts on Twitter glorifying the hate-filled Leninist party, created by the Communist butcher of millions of Russian Christians. There have been few if any calls from the mainstream media to persuade Twitter to remove Leninist hate speech. Similar hate-filled Communist web pages are hosted by Facebook and Google.
Facebook, Google, Twitter and Amazon would not dream of countenancing a ban on books rehabilitating the reputation of hate-mongering mass murderers such as Vladimir Lenin, who is newly celebrated in a disgraceful book from Verso: Lenin 2017.
Part of a full page advertisement in the London Review of Books, Oct. 5, 2017, p. 11.
This volume is described by the publisher in a full page advertisement published in the October 5, 2017 issue of the prestigious London Review of Books, as containing an appreciation of “Lenin’s true greatness.”
Vladimir Lenin murdered millions of people, including the peasants and workers in whose name he and his Communists conquered Russia. He crushed freedom of speech and press and most other human rights. Through his CHEKA secret police, he killed almost any dissenter. If Leninism ever starts up again, millions more will die.
Killers like Lenin and the movement of hate he launched against goyim, kulaks and Christians is absent from the virtue-signaling new inquisition against conservative expression in digital speech, and online texts.
Meanwhile three of Lenin's statues stand on public display in America, with no campaign by CNN or the Washington Post to remove them.
If hatred and violence really were the target of the online censors, Lenin’s Workers World Party and Verso’s Lenin 2017 would be among the first of the far-Left groups and texts to be proscribed. Instead, Amazon and Twitter have considerable tolerance and more than a little sympathy for the dictatorial revolutionary violence represented by the far Left.
By terrorizing, intimidating and censoring American Conservatives, the “progressives” stand exposed as the ideological heirs of politically correct mass murder. Somehow this does not constitute hate in the eyes of our bosses in the media.
Copyright©2017 by Michael Hoffman