In the 20th century, three of the most horrifying events in mankind’s history took place:
The genocide by the Nazis against the Jews, in which six million totally innocent Jews were cruelly tortured and murdered out of sheer evil, racism, and mental sickness. When it was over, for the first time in 2,000 years, the Jews got their own country, their own defense forces including nuclear weapons, and the best Air Force on Earth.
Some of their Arab neighbors, especially Iran, have vowed to make a second Holocaust when and if they get nuclear weapons. The USA under Richard Nixon and Donald Trump stood with Israel in its desperate quest for survival. Now, under Joseph Biden, the USA attempts to get along with Iran.
When Palestinian terrorists attacked the civilian population of Israel with 5,000 Iranian supplied rockets, Israel attempted to defend itself. Tens of thousands of young European and American young people rioted against Israel and the Jews, even in London. Biden said nothing.
In the first half of the 20th century, Stalin, mad mass murderer of Russia, murdered 30 million innocent men, women, and children out of pure evil, the “intellectuals” of the Western world praised him and his system. They were considered the “wave of the future” and had huge influence in Hollywood and New York, and they dominated publishing and movies and Broadway. Those who dared to defy them were smeared and are still smeared.
After the communists under Mao Tse-tung seized power in China, in several different waves of homicidal insanity, Mao murdered roughly 100 million Chinese and fought a bloody war in Korea.
It is looking more and more as if China created and unleashed upon the world a virus that has killed millions of innocent people.
No one in high office in the West has called Red China on this, and indeed what could we do? Mao himself said that 100 million dead Chinese would just be a footnote in Chinese history. It would end the USA.
And Mr. Biden confines his oratory to flavors of ice cream he prefers.
These are dark days indeed.
Source: The American Spectator