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California Prof Describes Stalin as a ‘Great Listener and Collaborator’

California Prof Describes Stalin as a ‘Great Listener and Collaborator’

“And then there are his successes as a leader.”

Gosh, where are all these young people getting the idea that Communism is a good thing?

Campus Reform reports:

California professor says Joseph Stalin was a ‘very successful revolutionary’

On Twitter, a California professor tweeted in defense of Joseph Stalin and said he was one of the greatest leaders of the 20th century, citing the dictator’s contributions to Marxism.

Asatar Bair, a professor at Riverside City College, recently voiced his support for the Soviet dictator responsible for killing millions of people, on Twitter. On June 26th the professor tweeted “I would certainly conclude that he is one of the great leaders of the 20th c(entury) though.”

In another tweet, Bair also expressed his gratitude for Stalin as a Marxist leader who helped pave the way for Marxist revolution. The professor tweeted about how Stalin was “a very successful revolutionary, a great contributor to Marxist theory, and said to be a great listener and collaborator during discussions.”

To further back up his claim about Stalin being a great leader Bair tweets:

“And then there are his successes as a leader. First, the foresight to fear a belligerent German fascism, then the tactical ability to successfully defeat the world’s greatest invading army, combined with the strength to make tough decisions that have no easy answers.”

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What can you say about that mindset? As a supporter of a genocidal mass murderer, the professor seems to be the type of leftist who would gladly support the murders of 25 million Americans who would oppose Marxism, just as Bill Ayers once proposed.

The story goes that in the early days of the party, whenever they would run low on money, Lenin would tell Stalin to go out and get more. Stalin was an excellent fundraiser! His wildly successful technique can be summed up in 2 simple words: Armed robbery.

As for his prescient fear of the Nazis is concerned, please explain to me about the Molotov-Ribbentrov pact?

And did he listen to all those people he purged when they were begging for their lives? Just curious about the definition of a “great listener.”

henrybowman | July 1, 2021 at 9:37 pm

““I would certainly conclude that he is one of the great leaders of the 20th c(entury) though.”

Great, as in “Great Depression,” or “Great Chicago Fire.”

Sure, but he couldn’t carry a tune or dance worth a damn.

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