A hundred ten million: That's how many people died under communism last century. An impressive number, one that RollingStoneMagazine.com forgot when it published an article advocating principles that helped fill all those graveyards.
The article reveals the mag's total subservience to the government. The magazine used to give to "The Man." Now, it bends over and takes it. - Greg Gutfeld
The piece called for: one, guaranteed work for everybody. Two, Social Security for all. Three, take back the land. Four, make everything owned by everybody. Five, having a public bank in every state.
No, it's not a parody. I thought it was, but it's real. Of course, they left out the methods of coercion needed to keep citizens from fleeing this police state. After all, only the threat of death can prop up a left-wing dream, because no one in their right mind would volunteer for this crap, hence, 110 million dead.
But forget this genocidal amnesia, what about the death of Rolling Stone?
Sure, they can tell themselves that this stuff is edgy, but it's so old, even older than their brain-dead publisher. You find riskier stories in Highlights.
Why is that? Well, the article reveals the mag's total subservience to the government. The magazine used to give to "The Man." Now, it bends over and takes it -- a charge of heart because of who's in the White House now.
So, when you ask what killed Rolling Stone, it's actually who? President Obama. Once elected, he helped turn a venerable rag into propaganda for force. And he didn't even have to ask them to do it. They did it themselves like all good cultists would.