THE WEST is becoming the very ‘evil empire’ that the free world once fought so hard to defeat, and its all thanks to the left, but with their socialist goals – is it any surprise?
Democracy, Freedom of Speech, The Right To Protest and Liberty are all under threat thanks to authoritarian leftists hellbent on curtailing the very rights that our forefathers fought for.
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.” said former U.S. President Ronald Reagan, and it’s never been more relevant today.
We may have Brexit and a Trump White House, but that doesn’t mean ‘Democracy or Freedom’ have won, every day the Left is fighting to roll back the populism that the working-class people have voted for.
On December 25, 1991, the Soviet Union was no more after more than sixty-nine years, earlier that day Mikhail Gorbachev resigned his as president of the U.S.S.R, leaving Boris Yeltsin as president of the newly independent Russian state.
Since then, the West has become the very ‘Evil Empire’ that we fought so hard to defeat, was it all for nothing?
Globalism has become the new enemy and just like the communism that was supposed to help the little people of Russia and the USSR, Globalism is now leaving them far behind.
The European Union has become the vast superstate that the U.S.S.R once was, liberty, freedom is all under threat – just week ago Tanks with EU flags drove into Paris to fight agaisnt the Yellow Vests.
We are starting to see the cracks in the Globalist European Union, just as we did in the late 1980s in Eastern Europe.
The Yellow Vests are fighting back against Globalist Gimp President Macron, and in Britain – 15,000 fought to get an activist who simply called out an oppressive religion out of jail – to media silence.
Never has our fight for Freedom been more relevant. Just because we defeated the men who tried to suppress Freedom in the past, doesn’t mean we can’t do the same again.
Freedom is the right to question and change the established way of doing things, said Ronald Reagan during a speech at Moscow State University on May 31, 1988.
“Freedom is the recognition that no single person, authority or government has a monopoly on the truth,” said Ronny.
In 1985, Reagan wrote a letter to the newly placed President of the U.S.S.R, kickstarting a chain of events that led to the fall of the Berlin Wall, the collapse of the Eastern Bloc and the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
History has shown us that those who try to suppress the populace will never win in the long run, because Freedom is the trait that binds the human race together and Freedom will always win.