Former Russian EMBARRASSES CNN on National TV [VIDEO]

August 29, 2017 in News by RBN Staff


Source: The Black Sphere

Leave it to a nationalized Russian to school CNN on Americanism.

While CNN fished for fake news narratives around Nazis, they happened upon a Russian-turned-US-citizen. The Russian was having nothing of CNN’s nonsense.

Partial transcript:

Russian man:

The other side is fighting for communism. Uh Socialism, communism has killed 100 million people. I grew up in Soviet Union, so I know what I’m talking about.

65 million people died in China. That’s what the Democrats are fighting for; and that’s what we are against. You’re calling…you’re calling us neo-Nazis


Sir I missed where you are from?

Russian man:

I grew up in Soviet Union, I’m a US citizen. I came her legally. Yes, that’s my wife. Yes, she’s an American.

I grew up in Soviet Union. I know what socialism leads to. It leads to killing of millions of innocent people. Here we have all these people who are socialists/communists.

You’re talking about neo-Nazis, how many Jews did Nazis kill. 6 million. How many did Communist kill? 100 million. So why are you worrying about Nazis.



No no no, we’re not saying that all neo-Nazis are here, we’re asking about kind of the rise that been happening.

Russian man:

There is no rise…The rise is in nationalism, it’s not racism.

How profound that a nationalized American from the former Soviet Union has more pride for America than 50 percent of the country.

What was the man talking about in his claim that the political ideology of Communism has killed 100 million people?

Reason weighs in on the subject.

According to a disturbingly pleasant graphic from Information is Beautiful entitled simply 20th Century Death, communism was the leading ideological cause of death between 1900 and 2000. The 94 million that perished in China, the Soviet Union, North Korea, Afghanistan, and Eastern Europe easily (and tragically) trump the 28 million that died under fascist regimes during the same period.

During the century measured, more people died as a result of communism than from homicide (58 million) and genocide (30 million) put together. The combined death tolls of WWI (37 million) and WWII (66 million) exceed communism’s total by only 9 million.

It gets worse when you look at the lower right of the chart—The Natural World—which includes animals (7 million), natural disasters (24 million), and famine (101 million). Curiously, all of the world’s worst famines during the 20th century were in communist countries: China (twice!), the Soviet Union, and North Korea.

Communism is a killer. And yet some still say they support the idea: According to a 2011 Rasmussen poll, 11% of Americans think that communism would better serve this country’s needs than our current system.

So why is support of Communism in the U.S. so en vogue?

Let’s ask The Federalist.

Today, the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) released a unique “Annual Report on U.S. Attitudes towards Socialism,” gauging Americans’ attitudes toward socialism, communism, and related ideas. Data firm YouGov conducted the polling, which informed much of the report. We’ve known millennials had a thing for Bernie Sanders’ brand of socialism for a while, but these numbers show a generation sadly misinformed about the historical and present realities of life under communism and socialism.

“An emerging generation of Americans have little understanding of the collectivist system and its dark history,” said Marion Smith, VOC’s executive director. “Unfortunately, this report, which we intend to release on an annual basis, confirms this worrisome impression.”

Years ago, Communists said they would infiltrate America through our education system, and that’s what happened. As Antifa and other terrorist groups supported mostly by Millennials continue their anti-American acts, we get a good look at our wasted education dollars.

These boneheads protests for socialism and so-called equality of outcome, while ignoring the truth behind the ideologies that promise such nonsense.