Sunday, February 05, 2006

Kulaks, Genocide, and lessons not learned

Definition of Kulak

Kulak from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Kulaks were the middle and upper-class in the agrarian society of the late 1800’s into the early 1900’s.

The government of Russia during communist times maximized revenue collection, asset collection, asset confiscation, the rise of a powerful secret group of elitists that took all for themselves, all while terrorizing the common citizenry to shut up and like it.

Where is the middle-class today in America?

Are there any small business owners in America that are men after a divorce? Too many divorce proceeding liquidate assets and then leave the man to pay alimony and child support as if he still had the business leaving too many men unable to pay, possible tax burdens sentenced to prison unable to earn a living, and the wholesale closing of too many small businesses is hurting the American economy.

When the American powers that be ask us to trust us them to operate in secret and ‘investigate us’ should we trust them?

Will history repeat itself?


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