We have witnessed the support of demagogue’s time after time by the Marxist/Progressives (Democrats) in the United States. FDR favored Stalin over Churchill and aided the Russians, so they could conqueror Eastern Europe after the war through his Second Front fallacy and his Lend-Lease program. Not only did the Lend-Lease program assist the Russians in their industrial endeavors but over gave them the plans and the materials to build their atomic bomb arsenal.
Joseph Kennedy, the American ambassador to the Court of St. James liked to take a short walk from his residence into the most gracious of London’s open spaces, Hyde Park. On Saturdays he took his oldest son, Joe Jr., and his youngest, Teddy, to a large pond in the park where Teddy sailed a toy sailboat, along with other children of the privileged families who lived nearby in the elegant streets of Knightsbridge. In its tranquility the park and its many little rituals of leisure in the fall of 1938 was a refuge from a bigger, ugly reality.
At the same time in Germany thousands of shop windows were being shattered, hundreds of synagogues were burning, and Nazi mobs were targeting Jewish communities in the outrage that became known as Kristallnacht. Thirty thousand German Jews were rounded up and shipped to concentration camps in Buchenwald, Dachau, and Sachsenhausen.
The isolation of Saturdays in the park from this horror reflected the isolationism pursued by Ambassador Kennedy. Adolf Hitler’s territorial aggression and persecution of the Jews was a European problem, he argued, and the United States should not be involved. Sensible diplomacy, he said, would prove that you could “get along” with dictatorships like those in Germany and Italy and imminent in Spain.
Kennedy had supported the “peace” pact made with Hitler in Munich early that fall by the British prime minister, Neville Chamberlain. Even though Hitler was soon ignoring the terms of the deal Britain would be wise to keep humoring him – and not to listen to a “drunk and warmonger” named Winston Churchill.
Now we seem this same faction that has this strange propensity to support dictators, evil, and persecutors fawn over the evil that has ruled Korea for three generations. This same faction that supported Lenin, Stalin, and Hitler, would now have us believe that the Kim dynasty is good because a lady has a charming smile with an evil mind. Kim Yo Jung, as director of the Propaganda and Agitation Department of the Workers’ Party of Korea, has been personally sanctioned by the U.S. government for being a leader in the North Korean government responsible for horrid human rights abuses.
These are the words of somebody who lived under the hardships caused by the Kim family. “Yo Jong’s grandfather, Kim Il Sung, is a war criminal, and her father, Kim Jong Il, killed three million people by starvation. Kim Jong Un is responsible for human rights violations and assassination of his own half-brother,” Ji, an individual who escaped the Kim evil, said.
“The Kim family is taking hostage of the North Korean people and threatening the world with its nuclear weapons,” he added. “South Korean people hate Kim Yo Jong and her visit.”
Ji knows all too well the reality of who Kim is when she’s not on the world stage. He was personally the victim of the Kim regime — losing limbs and being imprisoned.
And yet, the Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) dominated media and press fawn over this member of the Kim family just as Kennedy fawned over Hitler and Roosevelt fawned over Stalin. Marx told his followers that even evil is good if it moves the “social justice” cause forward.
So, once again we are witnessing the Marxist love for evil over good, for domination over freedom, for hell over heaven. Kennedy, Roosevelt, Obama, and all Marxists have always been able to justify their egregious actions because “the ends always justify the means.”