posted on Feb, 22 2013 @ 01:49 PM
In recent history, they're now saying that they did not purposefully set the fire during the Christopher Dorner siege.
They're trying to wash their hands clean of this mess, and they'll rewrite as much history as they need to.
In unrecent history, anyone familiar with the masters of rewriting history, and unpersoning someone, the old Soviet Union? I was reading about a
fellow that used to be Stalin's right hand man. Fellow by the name of Beria. Well, Stalin has a stroke, and it looks like Beria is going to succeed
him, if he dies. Well, other party members start to plot. A fellow who's name you might recognize organizes the set up. Nikita Khrushchev and other
members of the party ambush Beria at a meeting, and charge him with a number of falsehoods.
They charge him with treason, saying that, among other things, he attempted to negotiate with the Germans in 1941. The thing they don't mention is
that he was working under the authorization of Stalin and a fellow named Molotov. Now, Molotov was at the trial, so he knew very well the falsehood
that was taking place.
They charge him with terrorism for the purge of the Red Army, again, an action that was ordered by Stalin, and they twist it around.
So, they declare Beria guilty in a biased trial, and that's the end of Stalin's right hand man. You don't hear about him much. They stripped his
medals and honors, and killed him, and people who were loyal to him.
Oh, those soviets. Karl Marx would roll over in his grave. These militant and paranoid actions are what led to the collapse of the Soviet Union. I
wonder what history would have been like if Leon Trotsky were at the helm instead of Stalin.