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Our topic is the long history of violent far-left, especially Marxist, activism. Is it a coincidental that so much brutality emerged from Marx-inspired activists? Or is it accidental by-product of well-intentioned theory? Or is it a necessary and intended consequence of its principles? Leon Trotsky on Joseph Stalin in 1940: "Under all conditions well-organized violence seems to him the shortest distance between two points." Not just what the Marxist theoreticians and politicians said, what they did. A large number of intellectuals in the west, are aware of the atrocities but accept them. Why? Twitter: @OpenCollegePod Minds: Bitchute: Facebook: YouTube: visit:


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