35 Burst results for "Stalin Stalin"

Dinesh Demystifies the Concept of 'Christian Nationalism'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:15 min | Last week

Dinesh Demystifies the Concept of 'Christian Nationalism'

"The topic of Christian nationalism is back in the news and it's partly because of Marjorie Taylor Greene and it's partly because of something that I said. So let's talk about this. Here's Marjorie Taylor Greene. Being attacked by the godless left because I said I'm a proud Christian nationalist. These evil people are even calling me a Nazi because I proudly love my country and my God. Now here's Marjorie Taylor Greene doing something that conservatives and Republicans do not often do. The left comes up with a phrase, Christian nationalism. And they start using it as an insult as a slur. And typically, Republicans run away from the phrase. Oh, we're not that. No, no, no. But Marjorie Taylor Greene pulled a fast one on them by basically saying Christian nationalism. Well, yeah, that sounds pretty good. I'm a Christian. I'm a nationalist, so I guess I'm putting the two together. I'm a Christian nationalist. Now, the left of course, yes, the moment that she used that phrase started saying, she's a Nazi. She's a Nazi. And of course, the Nazis were not Christian nationalists. In fact, the Nazis were the opposite, they were godless nationalists. And as I've shown in books like the big lie, a book that you should read if you don't have it yet, it's available on Amazon, get it. It explores the deep history of fascism and nazism. And it shows that nazism is really the sort of ideological ancestry of the left. Now the left started with a kind of universalism, but it quickly they're socialism quickly became nationalistic. In fact, even in Russia, Stalin's socialism quickly became national socialism. And of course, Castro's socialism was national socialism anchored in Cuba. Maduro and Chavez a socialism, as Venezuelan socialism. So these are all national socialists. And so there's a kinship, and as I said, an ancestry, a kind of line of descent. From fascism and nazism, we're talking here about early Nazi as I'm not the nazism of the Holocaust. And the modern left.

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John Zmirak on the Show Trial and Conviction of Steve Bannon

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | Last week

John Zmirak on the Show Trial and Conviction of Steve Bannon

"Mirac, you've written an article about Steve Bannon and the show trial. For people who aren't up on this, give us the background. What's going on with Steve Bannon? Okay, well, we all know that the January 6th committee is a political kangaroo court. It's a Stalin style show trial. So far, until this point, they mainly focused on people who had something to do with the protest on January 6th of our stolen 2020 election. People who were present or at least people who were involved in planning it, or at least people who sent text messages regarding it to their friends. Steve Bannon had been out of The White House for three years. He had nothing to do with the events on January 6th. No one ever said he did. Nevertheless, this partisan stacked committee in Congress that doesn't allow cross examination doesn't allow responses doesn't allow people to confront their accusers. They have secondhand hearsay anonymous information. They're just monkeys throwing poop at the wall to see what will stick. Well, the monkeys on the January 6th committee issued a subpoena of Steve Bannon. Demanding that he reveal the conversations he had in The White House three years before January 6th. And he said, under executive privilege, this stuff is protected information belongs to the executive branch of government and the legislative branch doesn't have the right to subpoena this. President Trump has claimed executive privilege. I am not going to testify. This is called the separation of powers. Remember? From 6th grade, we learned about it.

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Former Speaker of House Newt Gingrich on the Democrats' Midterm Plan

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Former Speaker of House Newt Gingrich on the Democrats' Midterm Plan

"That I'm a little paranoid about though, mister speaker, and I talk about this openly on the program, is that the Democrats have some sort of plan for the midterms that we might not yet be gaming out correctly because I have so much respect for our opposition and how Machiavelli and they are and how they're able to use tragedy for their own purposes. What do you think their midterm plan is? Because up until recently, you know, as per your example of the Saudi Arabian visit, it seems as if they are enthusiastically accelerating over a cliff. Political consequences be damned, I suppose, what's your thoughts? Well, I think first of all, I help publish papers in the 1980s called the Grenada papers. When we liberated the island of Grenada, which spoke English, this was an island occupied largely by Africans living in the Caribbean with agriculture and tourism as there are two biggest incomes. And the communists took it over. And as the communists tried to impose communism, everything fell apart. It was a disaster. So we now know because this is how we got to the Grenada papers. Because everything they wrote was in English. So we didn't need to translate the State Department couldn't screw it up. And it turns out that the leadership of the Communist Party of Grenada, when everything was failing, would meet every Tuesday afternoon for a study group. And what they were studying was not supply side economics. It wasn't Milton Friedman. It wasn't Adam Smith. What they were studying was Stalin's writing. Now, you have a Georgian bank robber who becomes dictator of a country that covers 13 time zones, living in Moscow and really bad cold winter, being studied by African descended, Caribbean native native folks were looking around going, what should we do next? Well, what does Stalin think we should do? The reason I tell you this story is, when AOC gets in a room, she doesn't have any point of reference. But I mean, Biden's different. Biden doesn't have a point of reference because he's not sure what rumi said. But I guarantee you that Newsom Kamala Harris, barriers, other people, senator Warren, Bernie Sanders, who remember honeymooned in the Soviet Union. I mean, just ask yourself, a guy who is born who lives born in Brooklyn, but a guy who was living in the forest of Vermont. Besides to go on a honeymoon, does he go to the Caribbean? Does he go to the beach now? He goes to the motherland to the great forest of Russia from the forest of Vermont. I mean, this isn't true believer.

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Charlie Kirk Goes Head-to-Head With Ben Carollo

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | Last month

Charlie Kirk Goes Head-to-Head With Ben Carollo

"Then. Yeah. What was the biggest genocide that ever happened in world history? The biggest genocide in it depends how you define a genocide. I would say Stalin's intentional massacre or Mao's intentional massacre of 65 to 70 million people. I don't know. 70 million? Intentional debt. What about the 200 million people that used to live on this continent? Oh, you mean the people that died of natural causes? You think, holy moly? 200 million people you're talking about. It's indigenous. You think they were 100 million people before we came here? Yeah. All living at once. Yeah. Where on earth do you get that number? From anthropologists. So you think we killed them all? From anthropologists, of course, we killed them all. So we killed 200 million people intentionally. Yes. You think, so just to be very clear, right? You're sitting here, denying the genocide of indigenous folks. Teddy Roosevelt is. Oh, you think Teddy Roosevelt's a mass murderer? Yes, Teddy Roosevelt is a mass murderer. What do you think those rough riders did? Who do you think they were killing? They won the war. What war? What war? The war against the commies in Cuba. They don't want war against communist and cuboid. Who's in charge of Cuba right now? Well, the communists. So they didn't win the war then. Well, they won a battle. They won a battle. Wait, we've gone from World War II about the Spanish. They won the Spanish-American War. Okay, okay. So let me ask you a question. They're like, who else did he go to war again? Well, Teddy Roosevelt wanted to know about Peace Prize for brokering peace between the Russians. Care about the Nobel Peace Prize. You don't care about much, honestly, that's real.

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Solving the Problems of the World Starts With You

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:03 min | Last month

Solving the Problems of the World Starts With You

"Right. Well, I'm brought back to you did mention this on the podcast last week. You said that you had a listener call in and say to you, Dennis. I no longer listen to you. Well, of course, he was listening to you if he called it. But he said that he took a break from listening to you because it was just too hard for him. And I loved your response to him. You said that's cowardly. We would all love to just pretend that these problems in the world don't exist, but we have to face them. And that's exactly the point that we're making, you can just think that Stalin had good intentions, anyone who was good intentions, it's fine. You can think that people are innately good and it's fine. It's hard to process these things and wouldn't we all love to live in a world where we can just believe it. And is it in much easier to blame America than yourself? Right. Well, that's the whole point that the left externalized is everything. And that is that became very clear to me, believe it or not when I saw a bumper sticker in Harvard square a few months ago. And the bumper sticker said, fight racism. And that's when it occurred to me. The left will just externalize everything. You know what the conservative equivalent of that bumper sticker? Fight you.

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Why the January 6 Hearings Are Not a Trial, But a Kangaroo Court

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:26 min | Last month

Why the January 6 Hearings Are Not a Trial, But a Kangaroo Court

"The January 6th committee functions very much as a as a kangaroo court. And what I mean by that is that even though some people think that there's some sort of a trial going on and the procedure seemed to suggest a kind of trial visual. You got the idea that this is a kind of a proceeding. There are witnesses, there have been questioned. The essence of a trial is to have two sides. The essence of a trial is to put the facts on display and have them cross examined and have people give testimony on both sides and ask tough questions. Now, none of that is actually happening here. This was a show trial. And a show trial is a trial that is conducted for the benefit of the public with the media as the vehicle to get the information out. In this case, of course, a kind of obliging and sycophantic media, so this is a, this is in the old Stalin mode. I mean, the outcome is an obviously the same. No one's going to be executed, but on the other hand, it's the same principles, guilty until proven innocent. We are out to make a case. We don't really want to hear any evidence on the other side. We will edit clips so that we pick out the incriminating part, we leave out the other parts, and this has been going on routinely in these hearings. So I think it is a depressing symbol of the tyrannical kind of one party state that the left is trying to install in this country.

Author Deborah Cohen Describes the 'Big Get' Interviews of the 1930s

History Unplugged Podcast

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Author Deborah Cohen Describes the 'Big Get' Interviews of the 1930s

"The journalists in your book are interviewing the most important political figures of their day. Hitler Mussolini Franco Trotsky, Gandhi, Churchill, FDR. Could you describe some of these encounters and also, how important were these interviews? For example, would this be as high profile as if Anderson Cooper, Chris Wallace, were interviewing Vladimir Putin right now in the day of this recording his early April as that Russian Ukrainian war is still going on, or would it be more of a puff piece? Could you talk about these encounters with these world leaders? These are the analogy that you draw as exactly right. These are the big guts of their time. And in part, the reason why these interviews are so significant in this analogy with Putin brings this is that there's a sense that these are the figures who are determining history. So history is being made by them and also through them. So actually getting to sit down with them allows a reporter a kind of privileged access into the psychology and to the intellectual thought process, you know, it's not the same, you know, you could sit down with my career or Ramsay MacDonald or any number of kind of normal political leaders. And you've got, you know, some of their spend, you got maybe a little bit of a glimpse, but fundamentally you didn't think that their personality was making history. On the other hand, once you're dealing with a Trotsky or a Mussolini or a Hitler or Stalin or a Putin, it's certainly the case that they are outsized figures who is Jimmy shin puts in our managing to channel the tide of history, quite literally. So how important these are and what you get from them really does depend upon who you're talking

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The Rise of Leon Trotsky & Communism

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 3 months ago

The Rise of Leon Trotsky & Communism

"Trotsky was perhaps the most intellectual of the bunch Of the communist revolutionaries that overthrew and took over Russia The truth is they never had even close to majority of the population behind them About 20% They didn't even have a majority of the quote unquote workers behind them And even though a number of them would serve time in Siberia the fact is that their efforts were not taken seriously enough until it was too late Trotsky was among the most vicious of them but they were all quite vicious When Lennon took over as I said he would soon get 6 relatively shortly thereafter Stalin would eventually replace Lenin through a number of connivance and assassinations and Trotsky would originally become the head of the military The Red Army but he fell out of favor Because he had a different ideological view of Marxism than did Stalin Stalin's view was more akin to a strong man and a single political party the Communist Party which would be the state the party is the state And that party would be a permanent fixture That would in essence ensure that the Marxist economic system and all the rest of it would be enshrined and be complied with

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US Spy Chief Warns Putin Is Preparing for 'Prolonged' War in Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

US Spy Chief Warns Putin Is Preparing for 'Prolonged' War in Ukraine

"News. Vladimir Putin gearing up for a prolonged war and will not stop at the Donbass, according to the telegraph, the Financial Times hits the same note. Vladimir Putin preparing for a prolonged conflict in Ukraine, both of these are based upon statements by the director of national intelligence Avril Haines in the United States. The DNI is Avril Haines. He said we have assessed that Putin's just going to consolidate his gains in the Donbass and then push on. This has prompted his well, the prime minister of Poland to issue a statement, his name is Mauro weki, that Vladimir Putin is quote more dangerous than Adolf Hitler or Joseph Stalin because of his ideology and because of the weapons that he possesses.

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Mark Levin Calls out New York Times, Media Matters, & Mediaite

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 3 months ago

Mark Levin Calls out New York Times, Media Matters, & Mediaite

"If you are not able to watch the Sunday show I will at some point encourage Fox to rerun it The New York Times has not responded to it even though they hang on my every word as to their surrogates at media matters in mediate Media matters in mediate haven't said a word About what was exposed on the Sunday show last night In fact I'm not aware of any so called website operation or news operation That has pointed it out How can that be you must wonder Was the Mother's Day what was it No that is nothing to do with it So The New York Times gives support the Stalin as he's starving the Ukrainians to death Times literally gives support To Hitler through censorship and its pro Nazi newsman in Berlin Literally The New York Times helps bring Fidel Castro to power And there's nothing Can you imagine And meanwhile they sit there in judgment of everybody else

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John O'Neill: Putin's Connection to Stalin

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 3 months ago

John O'Neill: Putin's Connection to Stalin

"John I want to talk specifically about how do you read him What do you make of him Important to understand his background his grandfather was Stalin's cook and taster His father was an exterminator for the KGB He went behind that army in the Ukraine shooting people in the back of the head So when Putin talks about we need to do NASA the Ukraine he's a chip off the old family blog Putin himself has never been in combat or of any kind But he has been a KGB guy and he's surrounded by a group that calls himself the strong men that are all KGB people he's committed of course completely he's totally indifferent to human beings By way of example it was kind of named saw black who was his mentor He was the mayor of St. Petersburg and he was a reformer After Putin became prime minister they asked Slovak tell us about Putin and he said Putin is the new Stalin and saw back and his two bodyguards all had simultaneous heart attack two days later So I'd like to hide And Putin has been a poisoner and a murderer using literary poisons both inside Russia and outside Russia for the past 20 years And so has announced that units to 6 one 5 5 whose job is assassination Mark

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John O'Neill: Stalin Started Bioweapons Lab, Still Existent Today

Mark Levin

02:07 min | 3 months ago

John O'Neill: Stalin Started Bioweapons Lab, Still Existent Today

"What the book does is it starts with the real way this came about is Stalin started with literary poisoning He started with secret poisoning using anthrax and he would target individual people and kill them And he thought this was such a great thing He started a huge bioweapons facility still in operation Today under food at saratov and the Soviet Union west of east of Moscow and another one in kattenburg and in the urals These both leaked just described in the book The one of you Chapman killed over a thousand people and they blamed it on tainted meat If that sounds familiar those bioweapons labs expanded into China And in the Putin period Putin has lighted them all off again So they're in full operation Of course as the book describes in 1977 China was involved in developing a vaccine to a flu that existed only in its own lab And that leaked and what worldwide I had the 1977 flu And it was pretty much what is very likely to have happened again in Wuhan China in 2019 You're a great lawyer I start off with the idea sort of rest it's a lot of which are the same speaks for itself When you have a terrible virus that exists nowhere at all in nature and it appears right on the doorstep of a bio war lab that counts for me for a lot And then the Chinese killed the Doctor Who actually discovered it after charging with revealing state secrets Destroyed all the records as a lawyer when I get a guide destroying all the records I understand that That means that the evidence they contain is still bad that even the fact of destruction is not as bad as what you've learned from them And so we cover the Wuhan lab in the book

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John O'Neill Previews Co-Authored Book 'The Dancer and the Devil'

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 3 months ago

John O'Neill Previews Co-Authored Book 'The Dancer and the Devil'

"Well the one that really see it Mark I think your American Marxism which is a fabulous book Now we stop the Marcus Marxist from taking over And I think sadly the dancer and the devil is the story of the hell they create when they actually do take over in Stalin's period and Putin Russia and yeltsin's in chase China When we tried to write the book we wrote the book and I should tell you we had a incident We had the entire book on a computer all of a sudden the computer was opened at 4 o'clock in the morning That seems strange And my co author's website was hit probably 40 different places in China And then all the material on the cloud was all destroyed And we went to the they were looking for sources We went to the FBI They recommended a forensics expert We got the forensics expert in our book was hit Our manuscripts and our sources were hit from China They didn't get the sources Thank God that would relate directly to China And so this is a book they really didn't want people to read at all And it was funny The publishers in New York said we love the book We love the part about solid but you have to take out the part of that China And we said look sorry it's been around for a little while And it's either a full glass of water or no glass of water So people desperately want to know more 15 million people in the world have died a million Americans And they really want to know what on earth happened at Wuhan How did this virus come about And yet we're afraid to afraid to tell It's like a subject that people are afraid to discuss So that's how it's done That is sort of the endgame of the book

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Tucker Carlson: Biden Says 'MAGA Crowd' Is Worse Than Stalin & Co.

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Tucker Carlson: Biden Says 'MAGA Crowd' Is Worse Than Stalin & Co.

"Listen to Tucker Carlson's really smart analysis of Biden's awful smear. Just today, Biden declared that people who insist on voting for things are not only wrong, they're the single greatest threat facing the United States. People who still believe in yesterday's understanding of democracy where they have power are more dangerous Joe Biden said than Al-Qaeda, the weather underground, even the Nazi Party. These people are terrorists. And you know what we do to terrorists. Watch. This is about a lot more than abortion. What happens if you have changed the law saying that children who are LGBTQ can't be in classrooms with other children? Is that legit under the way that the decision is written? What are the next things that are going to be attacked? Because this maga crowd is really the most extreme political organization that's existed in American history. So everything about that is a lot, hard to believe that's the president of the United States. Of course, it's not a decision. It's an opinion. And that opinion says explicitly this reasoning applies only to roe versus wade and abortion, and it should not be construed as applying to anything else. It says that flat out, if you read it, you would know that he didn't. Clearly. So what he said is a lie, but here's the line that you should never forget. And we're quoting. This maggot crowd, which is the tens of millions of people who voted for Donald Trump, is really we're quoting the most extreme political organization that has existed in history. In history, all human history, which is to say, worse than Hitler, worse than Stalin worse than Mao. It's hard to believe he's talking about tens of millions of American citizens, but he is. And you should know that no American president ever has talked about his own people like this or even considered talking about his own people like this. It is shocking that any president would and he just did.

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Azovstal Steel Plant Becomes Symbol of Ukrainian Resistance

Mark Levin

01:10 min | 3 months ago

Azovstal Steel Plant Becomes Symbol of Ukrainian Resistance

"The as stall steel plant becomes symbol of Ukrainian resistance Ladies and gentlemen this is the steel plant in marital that they are pounding the hell out of Now I'd say massive site with underground tunnels built to withstand they believe a nuclear attack So Putin has ordered his Russian military not to go into the steel mill to try and wipe out the Ukrainians and thousands of Ukrainian citizens there Just to surround it in starve them and keep pounding them Putin ordered his defense chief last week to merely blockade the plant as I read The pocket of resistance is the last holdout in the strategic port city Had 400,000 people in there now a 100,000 civilians And they're training and busing these civilians into Russia And you know why they do that Tell me why did Stalin do that Slave labor that's why

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Sec. Robert Wilkie on the Fleeting Neutrality of Finland and Sweden

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Sec. Robert Wilkie on the Fleeting Neutrality of Finland and Sweden

"We are back with former secretary of veterans affairs in the Trump administration, Robert wilkie, senior national security contributor to newsmax. That's actually wilkie. You live breathe and sleep geopolitics. You love it as much as I do. For somebody who's followed European security matters for decades, you know, I thought I'd go to my deathbed with Sweden and Finland as forever neutral, like Switzerland, and the announcement that the likely to deposit the articles of accession to the alliance by the end of June. How historic is this and how much of a massive failure for Putin? Absolutely. Do you want to be the Russian leader whose gift to history is the rearmament of Germany. And the removal of neutrality status from Finland and Sweden. That's what is going to happen. I'll give you an example of what is what has taken place in Finland. Reuters did a survey a couple of years ago, two years ago. And Finns were asked if they were ready to kill Russians. 78% told Reuters, we are going to kill, we can kill them today. Explain why that isn't flash in the past. That is not the question. This is hundreds of years of history really going back to the days, even before Peter the great. When the Russians moved into the Baltics moved into what we now know as Scandinavia, Finland fought a very bloody war. Both against Lenin and also against Stalin. The Russians finally overcame the Finns in the 1940s just by sheer weight of numbers. But they lost the equivalent of an entire army in the snow. And usually this is individual snipers, more units. This isn't tank divisions of fins. But you have an incredibly sophisticated military in

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Ryan Helfenbein: The Extremes of Sexuality Is Being Pushed Leftward

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | 4 months ago

Ryan Helfenbein: The Extremes of Sexuality Is Being Pushed Leftward

"About what's actually happening, you've probably talked about this on your program, the overton window, where sort of the extremes in our culture of sexuality is continuing to be pushed in a leftward direction. And I don't mean liberal. I mean left, right? Where it no longer even represents humanity. I mean, it goes way beyond the pale. The idea is deconstruction, really at the end of the day, if you have a society that is a sexless society. If you have a society that has taken puberty blockers, had breast removed, as actually surgically has harmed themselves, scarred themselves. This is a generation that becomes the shock troops of a cultural revolution that brings the country beyond the brink of recovery. We can not come back from that. Perceptive friend of mine who was noticing these things. His name is rod Martin. He said, look, you look at a generation and you say, this is back in the 1960s. Get them to hate mom and dad, right? Protest movement. Eventually, though, what happens? They get married. They have kids of their own. And then they realize, aha, mom and dad, we're not that dumb, right? If you get a generation, though, Eric, to hate themselves, they destroy their own bodies, there is no way to come back from that. They never experienced the joy of marriage, they never experienced the joy of children, right? Like irreparably harmed. I mean, but by the grace of God, the only way is Jesus saves, right? So culturally, people are so scarring maligning all of that to where there is no way to bring that back. That's what's happening though. It's sort of the fertile fallacy that's being planted in education at 5, 6, 7, 8. You go all the way back to Stalin, give me your children for four years, right? It's literally that thing. If they can start that early and create enough confusion in children, they'll never be a part of their parents forever. And that is when

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How Did Morgan Zegers Become the Anti-Communist She Is Today?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:22 min | 4 months ago

How Did Morgan Zegers Become the Anti-Communist She Is Today?

"How does a 25 year old born in America end up being as anti communist? Some who have listened have heard your story before, but it was a long time ago. So share with us your incredible college story that kind of lit the fuse. Yeah, so I went to American university in Washington D.C. and my roommate was a communist with a poster of Mao Zedong, Lenin Stalin, Karl Marx and Fidel Castro on her wall. And as she has these mass murderers and dictators on the wall, she was telling me that her ideas, the similar ideas to the men on the poster, they were going to end poverty in America and uplift the working class and bring progress in all the usual talking points, and something in my brain just didn't compute and not only that, I mean, I knew that that didn't add up. But I just didn't know what to say to her. And so that really sent me on a mission to help young people in America that understand at the core that, you know, these guys were really bad mass murderers and dictators, but we just don't know what to say to our peers that are falling for it. I want to help equip them with the truth and equip them with the way to have a conversation that could change a heart and mind, because what really inspires me, there's this Michigan state university study that said the best way to change a young person's opinion with an imposing viewpoint is actually hearing it from a peer, not from a parent or a professor. So we really like to use that concept of peer rationale to reach as many young people as possible.

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"stalin " Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:18 min | 8 months ago

"stalin " Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Reverses himself and is able to reverse himself or reverse the Soviet path to give various nationalities there, their ability to develop their own cultures and internal politics. Once he reverses all that, you know, you have the Ukrainian famine in 32, 33. You have the murder of kierra, who is one of the leading figures in the political system. You have the suicide of his wife. If you have all these things come together in 32 33 that then, you know, make it more likely in other words that bad things are going to happen. And people start seeing that too around him. They start seeing that. It's not a slippery slope. It's a dangerous. It's a dangerous situation, which is emerging. And some people really understand that. So I really do see a differentiation than between the 20s. I mean, it's true that Stalin during the Civil War, there's a lot of good research on that. You know, shows that he already had some of these characteristics of being, as it were murderous and being, you know, being dictatorial and pushing people around and that sort of thing. That was all there. But I don't really see that as kind of the necessary stage for the next thing that came, which was the 30s, which was really terror of the worst sort, you know, where everybody is afraid for their lives and their most people are afraid for their lives and their families lives and where torture and that sort of thing becomes a common part. You know, of who what people had to face. So it's a different it's a different world. And people will argue, they'll argue this kind of Lenin Stalin, continuity debate. You know, that's been going on since I was an undergraduate, right? That argument, you know, was Stalin the natural sort of next step from Lenin or was he something completely different?.

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"stalin " Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

04:18 min | 8 months ago

"stalin " Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Reverses himself and is able to reverse himself or reverse the Soviet path to give various nationalities there, their ability to develop their own cultures and internal politics. Once he reverses all that, you know, you have the Ukrainian famine in 32, 33. You have the murder of kierra, who is one of the leading figures in the political system. You have the suicide of his wife. If you have all these things come together in 32 33 that then, you know, make it more likely in other words that bad things are going to happen. And people start seeing that too around him. They start seeing that. It's not a slippery slope. It's a dangerous. It's a dangerous situation, which is emerging. And some people really understand that. So I really do see a differentiation than between the 20s. I mean, it's true that Stalin during the Civil War, there's a lot of good research on that. You know, shows that he already had some of these characteristics of being, as it were murderous and being, you know, being dictatorial and pushing people around and that sort of thing. That was all there. But I don't really see that as kind of the necessary stage for the next thing that came, which was the 30s, which was really terror of the worst sort, you know, where everybody is afraid for their lives and their most people are afraid for their lives and their families lives and where torture and that sort of thing becomes a common part. You know, of who what people had to face. So it's a different it's a different world. And people will argue, they'll argue this kind of Lenin Stalin, continuity debate. You know, that's been going on since I was an undergraduate, right? That argument, you know, was Stalin the natural sort of next step from Lenin or was he something completely different?.

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"stalin " Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:22 min | 10 months ago

"stalin " Discussed on Conversations

"We sat down had a conversation. I said how's george and has georgia's georgia's change now. It's a different world. And i said what the wind and he said. Forget the wind. And i said but i'm i'm just communicating. George actually. i haven't heard from him for months. I on what's happened with going ahead with the daily says. No you're not. George wasn't involved anymore and george wasn't even in georgia. So we're are being communicating. George by mama unle who knows we waas so had he come to sydney just to tell you. That's back-off well. He said that he'd come to see the rugby world cup and also to have a look at the stralia and when we left. Georgia i gave you my business card and said joe. Yeah have you ever come to style. You must look out because you have been saved wonderful hospitable. I'd love to return. Hospitality expecting seem of course still. What was your sense of that. Was he giving you a threat or was it a friendly warning. Well we didn't know it was one of the two though a warning not to come back to george or your secure. Your safety couldn't be guarantee if you come back to georgia or i suggest you don't come back to george because just safety county guaranteed or something along. He was quite definite comeback to georgia. I think when someone like that tells you something like that in such a categorical way. You listen to him. Well you know. Even after that. Kidman i come. I think says look at sunny wine. I mean i like my life. I'm not going to get it back there. I'm not going back there to get shot thinking that i might get this one. I mean i'm just being told. Don't come back. I mean you know the first time we went there there's elements of both dangerous challenging anyway. But at least. I consider a time. We're amid we had million dollar safety net around us because they wanted to have millions not going to look after us but ahead this that this time in fact i didn't even want me. They had to let it go athletic. You had to let it go after all those years. The forty thousand. So bottles of the zayas oneself stalin's wine cellar under winery outside. Tbilisi georgia this. Aladdin's cave of line way embarked on an adventure and the possibility of raising possibly the greatest unknown one seller in the world and we certainly worth. The effort was certainly worth the opportunity of sending worth the incredible house. Fulton investigation that we put into the whole process. And yes what. It didn't work but we had a hell of a time. I mean since we've written the book i've had so many one people go. I would have given anything to be to do this although we didn't get but you tasted the one. I tasted a couple of lines. I tasted a one hundred year old chateau sudarat which is exquisite out of a broken bottle. Yeah but i want the wine. And i've got that knowledge of what these ones a lot i mean. I sent him a copy of the book to tannin sent email before. And i said you might not remember me but we came to shatras. He says..

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"stalin " Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:40 min | 10 months ago

"stalin " Discussed on Conversations

"Is it affected certain wines like the do get better the time or is that just a kind of snow value thing is. Is it possible that they can improve so much of a century and a half improves word. I think it depends how you like your wine. Best turn which swan the basic components sugar alcohol and acid all three rd preservatives so with us attorney basically got a bottle preserving so if it's kept well it can loss pretty well forever. Do they get better over time. It depends if you like all the kim personally. Unlike most of my wines a little bit young where they got some freshness bit of vitality and a bit of character and they got some some life to them having said that to drink one hundred one you know an extraordinary experience to one. That's one hundred years old and you actually know the one anyway. Is this something in your head. The connects what you're tasting with the antiquity of the century. Yeah i think so. I mean you connect with the story your connect with the fact that this is one hundred years old. It's wow and the other thing. I like to connect with his. What happened at the time. This was a history of the twentieth century. Because wine is. Oh ganic alive. It changes and evolves and for me. I'd just couldn't help thinking that these bottles of being lying. He alive watching what's going on above the russian revolution. The first world war second world war the fall of the berlin wool and these ones are just sitting there witness to it all. And i i find that quite fascinating. Then when you open me. Change their life to something. Spectacular disappointing so lodge out of the seller was the wine collection of as nicholas the second of russia but then part of it was stalin's collection to what did stalin's into the collection. Tell you about his taste swell. Personally i consider the whole stalin's and he's the one that moved there. As far as oscar de sell section. They were setting some spirits. There's a bulge gin and a few other things and then i think there's some. There's certainly more kim. This theory is that stalin. Didn't actually drink that match us. Wanted to bribe paypal and two. If you got drunk enough you could get stories out of them that they might otherwise might not tell it was a regular. -tective was to keep these ministers up and get them blind drunk. It's four o'clock in the morning or all night and say what i would say exactly. I believe so. Maybe the sellers us that apparently kristof who ended up Succeeding in when east to get home from these ol- not drinking bats with stalin. He used to before he went to bed and he told his wife what he'd say during the course of the evening she'd write it down so we can remember the so couldn't be held against him. That's that's how mine was kind of almost an instrument of tariff stalin. So you got the dozen bottles back to australia. But there was still this nagging worry that they might be considered some kind of cultural artifact in georgia. Well when we're there one of the executives the one we went on about these historical wines and cultural artifacts of georgia two and amendment a time george piped up and said that's rubbish. They russian wine stolen by stalin. They have nothing to do with georgia in the george watson cutout georgian but still in jewish morons but the great french that we will really after though. No one's brought by russia. Stolen my stalin. He's still if you're going to bring them all the way to sell the bees in london and they're you know someone could walk in from the georgian government you now you have brought to celtics. These really belong to us..

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"stalin " Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:43 min | 10 months ago

"stalin " Discussed on Conversations

"That day. I say kevin. I've got the code. So he came in and he ran down the list and he said this incredible. This risk might be the greatest unknown collection of wines in the world. This is like an aladdin's cave of wine. In other words this is someone said. It's the raiders. Stock of minnesota is written incident half-baked english exact right. But if you if you go down that track then really got something serious. So special i thought in is like i said where is this trove of wine. And when you ask. Terry what did he say. Well we got to harry's office in harry. Harry had a smug look on his face. A what color. Oppa sally side. Mosley i said harry. The list phonetic isn't it and he laughed and he said yeah that's right. So what was harry's connection to this. This sell a full of one. Wherever that was harry new naval roads who was a chap who is in in mining and he was involved in a gold. Mine in tbilisi georgia. This is georgia in the caucus of georgia. Right this once. Out of the soviet union mean between turkey and russia anchalee. Yeah so that's where the ones silhouette where the wine was. Harry didn't tell us who's it was. He told us where was. And yes. And the georgians want a million dollars. Us for the wind for the wholesaler. And i said okay. So who who owns the one and he said all that's the best bit and he says i'll have to get nibbled to tell you that so we got two navels office and nivel said the story he got from georgia. It was the seller of the last russian nicholas. The second come the russian revolution nicholas. The second is taken out and not removed. And of course lennon took ivan then lynn not long after stanton coastal and took however so. This was the wine collection that had been the property of the czar of russia. Nicholas the second. He was inherited by the bolsheviks after the bolshevik takeover. And then that's how it came into the position of. Joseph stalin the dictatorship soviet union exactly everything becomes. Joseph's joseph says it's is it that's right who wants to argue not no one wants to so hounded the wine then get from what i can. Only assume is the winter palace instant petersburg all the way to georgia. Well come the second world war. Stalin was very concerned. Hitler was going to run russia so style and decided to move a lot of artifacts. And and there's this other story we told was that stalin divide the ceiling to three parts. One part went to the masandra winery and the crime. Which is the national winery and one third went to his hometown of tbilisi georgia. No would find it. And of course now i did find a for fifty years. So you've gone to see this money executive bought a mine in georgia near tbilisi the capital and from that. He's discovered this winery nearby. That has a huge collection of thousands and thousands of bottles of wine that had been done by the last czar of the romanovs pasta under stalin and had been forgotten about was the part of you that thought on being told tile here. That can't be true. I was incredibly skeptical about the whole thing. But when something like this you know when you're in the wine industry and your specialty is alderman ray winds and you get offered supposedly a collection. The no one's ever heard of it didn't own exists and it's got some of the greatest wines in the world..

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"stalin " Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:56 min | 10 months ago

"stalin " Discussed on Conversations

"It and thirdly where exactly was it being held john discovered the wind was hidden below a winery in the republic of georgia small nation between russia and turkey on the black sea where the great soviet dictator. Joseph stalin was born. This was the start of an adventure. The took john. And he's associate kevin all over the world to paris the vineyards of bordeaux and into the wilds of georgia where they had to be accompanied by armed gunmen john. Bikers book is called stalin's wine cellar spoke with john in the great outdoors. Which you can hear all this lovely birdsong. Hello john how it should be. Here story starts when you were sent that list from a man that you call harry in the book. Tell me about this message government. This is a list of why we had the in double by especially it was buying all sellers or buying people's private sellers and harry was very energetic colorful character and harriet had a little bit to do water. He'd been rates alley and he's to bring his what he said but deals and opportunities and also some fantastic opportunities which just ridiculous somewhat someone really print and then this one time he sent me this fax and was thirty pages and they're covering page just had interested question mark and harry underplays. Something at macy's really got something and just didn't look like a list of wants to me because oland names just want the famous ones that we knew the great ones of the world and the first column of this list were names of as said just didn't recognize as one the second column had dates eight twenty seven fifty six nineteen ten. A metal must threw us off because we used to buying sellers in australia where the vintages were not a six thousand nine hundred seventy nine thousand nine hundred eighty something so to see a column of the century before and there's even seventeen hundreds of the century before that was almost. So what does this mean. That might sense. Well if cetinje wasn't as clear and clean as we used to. But i was going to give up on this and i'm a great believe something's troubling you. You know there's something here but you can't work it out..

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"stalin " Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"stalin " Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"Don't don't take that shit from him. He ends up joining the red army air force and he becomes a pilot and he gets promoted well beyond his ability. Simply because e stalin's not that stalin is pushing this long. He isn't those in the in. The military framework were just operating with in anticipatory obedience working towards what they think might police stalin or the very least not piss them off. Does everybody cause a potential target. He goes on something like thirty combat missions but his father's very keen to keep him out of the air on the ground and away from the front lines which is very different than is son with his first wife. Yaacov who ends up. Who is a member of the red army in. This case thinks in his early thirties. He and stalin never got along in fact. Don was very contemptuous of yaacov. Even though svetlana adored yaacov she referred to him as his as her hero lose a good guy he was he had very little in common with his father and he ends up getting captured by the germans in world. War two and died. Yeah trying to escape whether it was actual escape or suicide by escape is unknown by the asia twenty four. He's a major general the youngest person to ever achieve that rank. Despite the fact he most certainly should not be there. Ya wonder how i will now. The son of stolen became a major general. The twenty four years old not through his own abilities in acts many many of the reports evaluating him are very very low in their opinion. and so. what's interesting about. This is in the movie when we first see a silly. He's at an ice skating rink with hockey team. And this is makes reference to something very specific in late nineteen forties in. This case was silly becomes very interested engaged in building a really good red army air force hockey team and he actually is quite successful. Out of the problem was in nineteen fifty. That entire team died in a plane crash to land in terrible weather in Svetlogorsk gosh or now again known as catcher and berg's just just beyond the volga kind of like near the urals. That's actually where are nicholas and his family were executed very far away but he was so terrified of his father as he was his entire life. He attempted to cover the whole thing up. Yeah good luck. Good luck and so. He was trying to replace players on. That's what they're making fun of dough he was from. I can tell in any way responsible for what happened. He still is too terrified as hell. His father and tried covering up and getting an entirely new team and he ended up really falling out of favour especially with his dad during a mayday workers. Holiday parade.

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"stalin " Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"stalin " Discussed on Blind History

"Separatist crazy because he thought he could take over from way stolen was, but from his grave, it was absolutely chaos and Chris finally took over and started that these storm as Asian process well. May Have done a destalinisation, but when Brezhnev came in, he started a restart nuys, ation, and even today you know Putin is loathe to criticize Stalin. There are obviously things that are now indisputable about just how? Much of terror. He was that they dig him up. The name moved him because he was originally in the mausoleum with Lennon and eventually just put him next to the wool under a little best, and his legacy is very much like his actual visage puck mocked and difficult to interpret entirely. We don't know much about his personality. Because he was a political creature, but he beloved his friends, he liked having his friends around. He set me seems to have been affectionate with his daughter. We know about his scruffy appearance in the kind of clothing he used to wear. The apparently had a very soft voice and rid furiously at like a library of twenty thousand books. I could read five hundred pages a day or something crazy like that. Yeah, and he publicly condemned things like anti Semitism, and didn't necessarily like the idea of discrimination, although he practiced that in various ways, shapes and forms as a dictator, and ultimately his legacy has to be seen as one of just immense power accumulation, and no respect whatsoever for the individual. It was all about what could collectively be done. He sold people as units within a massive machine and. And didn't care how many of those units had to be. Either lost in war executed for disagreeing with him and I think overwhelmingly totalitarianism has had its purest expression in the character of Joseph Stalin. The on Gareth that he needed a forum and he had.

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"stalin " Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"stalin " Discussed on Blind History

"Could you position installing start to feel it, but I think the timing was incredible because Lennon started I think he had three strokes, and you'd really had his first stroke and linens wafts started to speak out against Arslan. And installing phoned her and colder syphilitic whole a to. The phone. And Linen heard about this, and they basically said to him. Look if you do not apologize and make things clear. I think it's the end of the line between you and me and the next day he basically at the worst stroke, and died just off of it and I think stolen spent a bit of Tom. Making Shea squashed that discussion, it's famously been recorded that Stalin and crew Skyer who is linens? Wife were not best of friends, and she actually released a whole lot of linens letters, which purport to say that Stalin is not a great guys got bad manners to coast. He's too rough. He's vulgar. He's rude and that he shouldn't lead. But a lot of people say that she might have written these letters I think in the end they have lost and unfortunately. If you didn't have a good relationship with Stalin, you're dead and nothing gets. You ended up like that, so he took over then often linen, but it was by no means an easy job because he had to make alliances with some dodgy people, and then break those alliances later on ultimately with the goal of establishing himself at the center of things he was not interested in. You know a communal decision making body. He wanted to make the. You're one hundred percent. A dictators, what is the was and I think it was quite easy. Because Trotsky was looking at the mocks collective in the whole world, it started with sanctity supporters. Look, we're looking at. It decided union and say he got strong. Support Trotsky didn't get the support that he thought he would get him in Lenin's wife Tipper Party and try to go against Stalin. And that was the ultimate demise of Trotsky. He was sent into exile later on Stalin Sin Somebody to met him with. Another famous death but I do WANNA breeze quickly through the years before World War Two, because that's what's stunning, really came to aggregate immense power around himself, but he went through a number of crises I mean the one that's most well known as that feminine and the collectivization of farming where he murdered the cool lax and the great terror as it's cold also. Also, which was the execution of some seven hundred thousand people who we know about? There are many more that we don't know about. Their mass graves all over Russia of people who he called detractors need liberals..

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"stalin " Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"stalin " Discussed on Blind History

"And he decided to join the monastery he was going to become a priest and went into the seminary antithesis which you've already mentioned and. He was very good at at learning, but he professed himself quite soon as an atheist used to stoke God of praise he refused to. Duff has had to the monks, and they eventually threw him out. He joined a Forbidden Book Club which was. Because obviously, the revolutionary and him was starting to come to the full, and started reading about Marxism and joined a group called the Georgian Socialist. Group the MISSA Gussie. And then he left the seminary, and never returned, and that was the beginning of his political career. Really so, how did he end up in Siberia? So at that period that you mentioned? He sits up a gang of hitmen. Money laundered as racketeering piracy I mean the pirated ships in the Caspian in the black, sea. Bank robber, extortion, and murder I mean these things he could have been John Gotti was incredible and got physically involved in a lot of these things and stall millions I think the one bank robbery was three point four million years dollars, and he took it all to the Bolshevik party to Lennon's coffees data to support the revolution, and kept none of it for himself, so he always wore the same clothes and this poor man, but he was such an enigma mini could have been one of the richest gangsters. A scene. Yeah, and then you throw it as you say. At the Party and his ultimate goal was political power. It wasn't financial wealth, so he obviously got caught, and then they sent him off. As was the custom in Russia at the time to Siberia, where you were basically in exile and I mean he was in the cold used to get frostbite. It was A. A very unpleasant place to be was basically up near the Arctic Circle, and didn't he get some thirteen year old girl pregnant correct this year, the younger ladies there's no doubt and in this particular instance. Yes, he did get pregnant. It's in your old and in two ts form when Lennon and things happened in eighteen seventeen in managing easy skype, he just left. He was not known for being particularly. Thoughtful husband or boyfriend, and as you say, he eventually managed to escape, and he got to Saint Petersburg to Moscow just in time to really join in the revolution which had got into full swing, but the important events of the revolution. He's been recorded as having been central to them. Although a lot of people post his death have tried to make it look like especially the Trotskyite side of Russian Bolshevism. They tried to make it look like he didn't really play a very integral role Gareth Sandy basically Mr. Revolution, which in in large part, is true in that he was in Siberia with up at the Arctic. The thing with Trotsky was, he was a very arrogant at gang. Loud person where to Stalin was different..

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"stalin " Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"stalin " Discussed on Blind History

"In this some for stolen by real scheme, the lyrics go. We will all rush to the talk. With the sunshine our is by the Eagles Solo flight. Leader gives us the true site. Top is reached by climbing the mountain of millions of buddies. Sunshine is the promise of nuclear war. And the flight, dangerous social engineering experiments, which spread poverty and misery all over the world. The leader was Joseph Stalin. The man of steel. Russia's totalitarian dictator. Yosif.

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"stalin " Discussed on Secret Societies

Secret Societies

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"stalin " Discussed on Secret Societies

"Gaining allies of his own. Stalin saw him as a threat. It's widely believed that cure. O's death was orchestrated by Stalin however Stalin blamed the opposition for the murder response instructed the N. k. v. the Soviet secret police to round up all suspected enemies of the state this included his former allies Nikolai Bukharin. Love common you have and Grigory Zinoviev as well as anyone who considered themselves of follower of Trotsky in August. Nineteen thirty six. The first of the Moscow show trials began these trials had predetermined verdicts gave off the appearance of being fair. The first to be tried were common. You have and Zinoviev along with fourteen others. Even though there was no actual evidence of the elaborate plot both men confessed to conspiring with Trotsky to kill Stalin on August twenty fifth nineteen. Thirty six all sixteen defendants were of course found guilty and executed by firing squad. A second show trial occurred in January nineteen thirty seven resulting in seventeen more executions and on March Fifteenth Nineteen thirty eight Nikolai Bukharin. The man who helped shape Stalin's socialism in one country doctrine was executed as well. The great purge may have started with Stalin's own paranoia but over the next two years. He used it to strike fear into the entire country. Exact numbers vary but somewhere between seven hundred fifty thousand and one point. Five million. People were executed on Stalin's orders over a million were sent to spend their days. Gulags Stalin is often attributed with a quote one. Death is a tragedy. A million is a statistic historian Stephen Kotkin notes. That he quote showed no sign that he was in the least tormented by the slaughter. And why should he be? His point was achieved so much. As a whisper of anti-stalin rhetoric was caused for execution by the time the great purge ended in nineteen thirty eight. The only rival standing with Stalin's greatest enemy. Leon Trotsky it would take another two years for Trotsky assassination to come to fruition but not for lack of trying in August nineteen forty. The man who had caused a stall in so much pain was finally put to silence. There would never again be another internal threat to Stalin's power instead. He would have to turn his attention to outside threats because while he was trying to navigate a new Socialist Nation Europe was falling under the yoke of fascism and by the late nineteen thirties. Fascism had turned its attention eastward towards Moscow.

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"stalin " Discussed on Secret Societies

Secret Societies

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"stalin " Discussed on Secret Societies

"August nineteen forty Leon Trotsky hunched over his desk in a humid stuffy villa in Mexico City for over a decade. He'd been in jail bouncing country to country. Wherever he went the Soviets were close behind him. He'd survived two failed attempts on his life already but Stalin could send as many assassins as he wanted. It wasn't going to silence. Trotsky at around five. Pm Trotsky was deep into his work on another polemic against the Secretary General. There was a knock on the door. Frank Jackson a young Trotskyite. Who'd been helping him build an international movement against Stalin. Trotsky invited him. In and rummage through his papers. Frank would love the new pages he'd written all of a sudden Trotsky felt a sharp pain in his head. He turned and saw his young protege with a bloody icepick in his hand. Back in Moscow. Stalin received the news. The undercover agent had successfully put an end to Leon Trotsky. It took three attempts but the job was finally done. Stalin's last remaining rival was dead. Welcome to dictators apar- cast original. I'm Richard and I'm kate on this show. We're going deep into the minds of some of history's most hated despots. For our first six episodes were exploring the lives of World War. Two's major dictators Benito Mussolini Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler. You can find all episodes of dictators and all other podcast originals for free on spotify to stream dictators for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type dictators in the search bar at podcast. We are grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at park cast and twitter at podcast network? And if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening. It really does help. This is our second and final episode. On Joseph Stalin. Last week we explored Stalin's rise from Marxist revolutionary to leader of the Soviet Union. This week we'll explore how he ruthlessly suppressed dissent at home to maintain his control and miraculously emerged from World War. Two as one of the most powerful men in the world by the beginning of nineteen twenty eight forty nine year old Joseph Stalin de facto leader of the Soviet Union at squashed his political rivals common yet Zinoviev and most importantly Trotsky were either exiled from the Soviet Union or had their voices dropped to only a whisper within the government. The brute from Georgia who rose up the ranks within the Bolshevik cause was now ruling with an iron fist now that he was in power. Stalin began crafting. The Soviet political ideology Marxism Leninism. This specific philosophy wasn't technically around during. Lenin's time he simply called himself a Marxist. It was Stalin who shape the notion of marxism-leninism though we could spend hours discussing the particulars. This philosophy can be summed up in four key aspects. I A one party system. In this case the Communist Party would be the only political party in Russia. Second continued class warfare. Stalin believed that bourgeois ideals could seep into the cracks of Russian society. At any moment it was important to stamp it out before any problems began third dialectical materialism in essence. This means pudding science logic and materialism above religion. Soviet policy was to enforce state atheism and root out any religion and forth an economy that is entirely run by the state. Stalin knew that the Soviet Union was way behind the times when it came to industrialization as leader. He was determined to catch up with the rest of the world. What he proposed was the first of many five year plans and it was through these policies. That are brutal. Off Shoot of Marxism Leninism would rise Stalinism a few. Before his death Lennon had enacted the new economic policy as a way to jumpstart the Soviet economy it temporarily brought back free trade in agriculture and gave peasants private ownership of their farms with Stalin fully at the helm. It was time to do away with the N. E. P. IN. Its place was the first five year plan which lasted from Nineteen Twenty eight to nineteen thirty two. The key goals were rapid industrialization and agricultural collectivisation the industrialization aspect got off to a slow start. The Soviet Union barely produced more steel or iron in nineteen twenty nine than it had in the early nineteen ten's but as time progressed manufacturing in all areas increased exponentially. The second area was collectivisation. Basically farms weren't operated by individual farmers but in groups there were two types of collective call. Who's which were like co-ops and soft. Who's which were state run? Like the industrial policies. This move was meant to increase production at the beginning of nineteen thirty. Three Stalin declare that the first five year plan was a success. Oil production had nearly doubled. Steel output went from four million tons to six million tons a year. Whole cities were erected from nothing. The Turks Siberian railway had been constructed in its entirety and millions flocked from the countryside into urban dwellings. It's widely believed that. These numbers were inflated but Stalin had still made good on his promise he was on his way to turning the USSR into a modern nation. But with the good comes the bad one of the effects of Lenin's new economic policy was the creation of a new class known as kulaks. These were basically peasants who owned property and employed one or two workers in Stalin's eyes. They were essentially small. Scale capitalists and an enemy of the Soviets the collectivisation of farms was meant to end the Kulak class. Kulaks were violently forced to hand over their land to the government. They weren't even allowed to participate in the new co ops instead they were either exiled or forced into gulags linen had originally created the Gulags as labor camps for political enemies during the civil war but under Stalin's reign they were greatly expanded to include anyone deemed an enemy of the state a term that was liberally applied. Thanks to Stalin's collectivisation. Millions of farmers were killed in the gulags or by execution and millions more died in one of the worst famines in Russian history nineteen thirty two and one thousand nine hundred thirty three the Russian countryside of Ukraine Kazakhstan the Volga region and northern caucuses saw tidal wave of food shortages as flocks of people made their way into the newly industrialized cities. The government demanded a higher quota of food and the remaining farmers had a difficult time meeting it. The government had also sold off agricultural products like grain to foreign markets to help pay for Stalin's industrial projects. There was also the fact that many farmers didn't want to join a collective in Ukraine. The farmers revolted others simply drop their plow and walked away creating a lack of labor. My nineteen thirty to the food supply ran out. While grain was being held in guarded silos for urban consumption. The countryside was left to fend for themselves. The catastrophic result was the death of an estimated seven million people some have claimed that Stalin purposely initiated the famine but historians Stephen Kotkin argues that Stalin simply miscalculated the outcome of forced collectivisation he envisioned enormous farms producing an abundance of food. What he didn't count on was the high demand in the cities or the pushback from farmers who didn't want to collectivize Stalin's initial reaction to the famine was to blame the workers. He claimed that farmers ditching their land were lazy. And therefore enemies of the people and enemies of the people were either sent to Gulags or found a bullet in the back of their head behind the scenes. Stalin desperately made trade deals with other countries for aid. He returned over five million tons of grain held in storage back to farmers but the damage was done however despite the millions of casualties Stalin's still saw the first five year plan as a success. He accomplished his goals. The kulaks were virtually. No more and the Soviet Union had made strides toward modernization from his foreign hideouts. Trotsky observes Stalin's rule in horror in his opinion. Stalinism wasn't even socialism it was state run. Capitalism Stalin operated not with the working class but over the working class exploiting them like any other bourgeois leader and Trotsky made sure the world knew what he thought drodskie's inflammatory writings angered Stalin. To no end. He hated that his old rival was still alive and still good with a pen even if he was in exile. Trotsky still had the power to persuade. It wasn't long before Stalin convinced himself that Trotsky was plotting a coup and that the so-called conspiracy had members within the ranks of the Russian Communist Party. This paranoia culminated in the great purge which began with the assassination of Sergei Kirov on December. First Nineteen thirty four cure of was a high ranking member of the Polish Bureau. As well as chairman of the Communist Party in Leningrad formerly known as Petrograd. He was an ally of Stalin's but he was.

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"stalin " Discussed on Underrated

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14:16 min | 2 years ago

"stalin " Discussed on Underrated

"Like it's big scene. Was you know I mean they were working? Its way up. Everything was getting exciting. You know they army comes in. They get their big plan. Then the Kelham and I mean everybody had vested interests at that point. You already knew. The army didn't want to lose power. Being the army is he was kind of bringing in his his own. Mike Secret Service kind of special army. I mean but it it was. It was good. It was cool. We'll Sergio what are you doing to picked it? So how do you feel so I do? I think you guys all do have a lot of great insights on especially everyone's interpretation on how the ending hit them me personally. It's kind of like a mixture of both like obviously you know it's coming if you know the history but just the execution of it it. A lot of humor does rely on the pacing of it as well as the pacing. And just how it hits you. And how the movie? And their punch lines in their jokes and their characters and the dialogues hit you and sometimes it will just be like long pauses of silence during a joke especially with Stalin's son when he does something stupid when he when he spit up and it landed in his face. I was just the portrayal of it. It's I I'm a fan of it because I just like the I enjoy the Mockery of the stupidity of it and in terms of how that ending hits. I'd say at going back to what Fred was saying about how. It does feel like a documentary. I do agree with that. And our documentary with humor. I do agree with that. And just like the Ted Bundy documentaries. That's fucking hilarious. Whole areas by the same guys to Steve. I don't think it was as dude St Bisham so good but yeah I just I good that. He looks like Zach at the Irishman. So the FUCK T. So one brothers. None of that I WANNA trip was. Does he sing in that movie. 'cause IF NOT. I think it's a MISNOMER SYNERGY. Save the SHAMMY SEE. Fried Nokia. Come on come on. He's things we're all in this together before he kills somebody fantastic. We're all in this together. But whatever no. He didn't sing in the first movie. I was like it. Sounds like wind right? No you're right with the movie but for some weird reason. Disney didn't let him sing in the first movie. Oh really yeah. But that's a whole other teen a serial killer of a different color but anyways with this movie. It's not the best movie out there. Of course there's very very there's other things that are very similar to it but the amount of scenes a mini amount of great scenes. The amount of great it's just The character interactions just each of the performances. Always trying to one up the other In like the most mellow way possible. I get largest like how they were like. Yeah they were mellow e like trying to be the best in the characters. Would Steve stands for every ten board a funeral? He's like he's like let me get on this other side of you. Is this subtle? Yeah Stupid Shit. Like that is riddled with that kind of stuff. Which is what I find enjoyable about it and it's just it's it's entertaining to watch. I find it hockey and the hockey. All these leaks scenes in joke gav right. This is what you go through when you watch the movie. The movie's just riddled with this kind of stuff. And that's how it structured. Which is why I find how it is. Structured very different to traditional things. Like this is because obviously a lot of. It's it's like it's on John. Right now at this point. But that's how it that's how this genre is it. Structured an paced by these jokes. Just keep coming and coming and coming in anything. That's what makes that ending. Hit some people that are expecting it. Because you're just so used to this flow this constant flow of almost like a barrage of just you know funny senior joker just something. That's really funny or entertaining to watch. And then all of a sudden it gets cut off and science and yeah it's very British Super Bowl so just reminded of like the Stalin's son is like the sun in that episode of the. Id crowd where he bussing to his father's All My god.

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"stalin " Discussed on Underrated

Underrated

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"stalin " Discussed on Underrated

"It's still going on today a lot of places crazy dictatorships in you know even if it's not to that extreme. There's still stuff where like there's people who this crazy power hungry all over the place Yeah so Let's get in. Shit like the story and A bit more in Basically like what scenes stood out to you and like overall like what is. This is a very comedic Movie of course and for me like gateways There's just so much so many good like satiric goal or comedic moments like Xm. One that stands out right now is with Zebu Shamir and then The man that in the in the beginning stand Stolen wanting to be killed. I can't remember his name but Just that whole What's name from arrested Development No no no Jeffrey Tambor No the one that that Stalling wanted to get killed like like. He left at the end of the night the night. That's all in The one whose wife whose life that whole that whole wait there. We're we're Khrushchev is like here's your wife is Suffolk die. He's like she's dead. She's not there at like she's she's a trainer and stuff like that and then she she'll she shows up she's like Oh my. Gosh. I can't believe it. It's just the absurdity of that scene just like crucial which is like like. It's so cute. Like don't stop saying that. She's right behind the door. That stuff did happen during the time of the Soviet Union during like those totalitarian governments just the whole guest gulags and secret like the KGB and and the whole the whole thing with the interchangeable list Stalin's lists being replaced with new lists after his death and just the fight for power and those are the kinds of things where it's like all these big government things or whatever politics but politics aside. It's one big joke. Which is what the young he tries to show do using a lot of using a lot of different methods that they use in the movie kind of reminded me of Joe Joe Rabbit a little bit in that respect. Judge rather it was a lot more A lot less dark on. I mean it's kind of like. Was there bolt. But they're both like satires these horrible regimes and like these terrible people and Jo's rabbit you know you do kind of like have care to root for whereas you don't really have anybody to root for really in this one but they both kind of I think. Well I rooted for Khrushchev. I mean he was trying to reform and like and that whole at the end where it's like he. He was starting to reform. They cut to like the when they're like listen to the opera or not opera but the the concert and then they cut to like button. They cut the camera behind him. And it's It's one who's the one that overtook him and did restore relations on. This is a history lesson on itself But like yeah that'd be real. I remember anybody's name. So he's he's character you feel you hear CBA. Shammy took character Khrushchev took over and was doing Zeeshan but then He was kind of like the lesser of all evils. Honestly I did root for him the whole time but only because unlike the Shemi so I I liked him but I I was going to go into. That bucket loved a general. This movie was funny. I got I gotta say that I feel the movie was just shows up and shows you land ish way and says I'm taking I'm I'm you know I'm going to take everybody by the nuts medal. And he just like everyone else laid all this political stuff. No time you'll sneak in just like just like I don't get a shot let's go. Let's just do a coup? I'm GonNa Punch in the face like he just like. Let's do this like he just had no chill and it was fucking great. Yeah there's just so many super power it's there so many scenes there were just had me buzzing laughing like the whole The car is in. The car is like blocking each other in and then like doing we need to get out. We need to get out to pay our quickey. The kid back in the car very like British humor like when they're letting racing to gold hung spent. Lana like it's all that kind of like you know very dry British humor at like about these horrible people and I was always also just busting a laughing. The whole fucking yeah. I definitely one a a definitely enjoyed in lake. I WanNa see it again. It's been it's been like a a week or so since I watched it but yeah I definitely want to see it again in lake. I like I got the sense of like gallic the job. It kinda like comedy of like if you like Joel. Rabbi you'll definitely probably and up liking this one Very satirical yeah and Just putting like a different interpretation of like these you know definitely evil people. Are you know stolen and and hot? Take these guys. Oh man how? How dare you say that? Wow that's that's super controversial a warning before this takes hoster trigger warning so yes what a. T. I was touching on before I wanted to go back to it. Is that There yeah for me. There was a fell. A definite tonal shift in the last like I'd say maybe like ten minutes of and it was like it was super sudden that it was like a shotgun to me like a shot. Gun Shot Of Wind they started basically they're quote unquote trial of The main like we like the bay area It just was like so sudden and it was soon just. There was no comedy to it like. That's what it which made for me like a lot. More impactful and drastic live like their action. Like this is like it happened so suddenly and I mean like yeah historically. I'm pretty sure like that's how it was like like it was within within ten minutes. This man was just dead gone burned and it wasn't until maybe like once. Steve Wants cruise ships started like listing his his His what. He was shot his crimes in his charges. Where I was like Oh like Oh this is like this now kind of thing like you know and for me it was like it was a very smart choice to actually do that and how to do it so suddenly to take the audience off guard because in a sense like all this whole movie everybody is getting getting caught off guard. You know there is some planning and stuff like that but with the politics of of Soviet Union and maybe touching on like politics of today in in certain countries like it could go that fast. It's like you know like it's just like a very I very like Smart writing and in my opinion. Yeah yeah no that was. The ending was really good I definitely like that. Kinda like fast. Paced frenetic dislike. Because you knew it was building towards something. But you didn't know who. I knew vaguely like what was going to happen. Like the new Khrushchev would come to power. But I didn't know what was going to happen. Like the details would have with Barry and like will allow like Stalin's son and all these other players and so that. Yeah it was definitely ramped up really quickly like you were saying that provided a very powerful impactful finale and then just kind of the Cherry on top of Khrushchev eventually to power. But then he got upset by somebody else and just kind of goes around around around for me. I didn't feel that change like I kind of felt it was coming. 'cause I was like the whole movie's colleges. You're expecting this climax is going to happen because it like the political kind of satire things like. It's just just a lot of Shit's going on. It's Kinda like Dr Strangelove. Were just a Lotta Shit going on and like it's a lot of light dry humor and then you have to throw something there at the end to like. I don't know like eight to give it a chance to explain. Ballet League would would like Dr Strangelove where they have the whole like. Oh we're going to drop the bomb and there's a cowboy riding the atomic bomb all that you're kinda like okay cool that that's the big thing but this one. I was like the half kill. This'll the co like he's he's antagonised you can tell from afar like you're late they're gonNA kill him or something was. GonNa have been but I like that. Changed for me was more like we're here. Finally you know the this is the end of the road. Yeah like I was going to happen but it was just for me. It was just like I guess I wasn't like I thought it was going to be carried out like a bit. Not just within the span of like Five minutes I think I was just selling like enthralled in the movie and in story in like that it's for me was just like a son in thing like I wasn't expecting but I understand like if you were like expecting and like waiting for it then. Yeah I'd like. Oh Kay we're here kinda thing. Yeah like that's how I felt that I was like. Oh we're here cool. Look let's get to. I'm assuming like his other show. Has other stuff is going to be like that as well like it feels like. Dukana just jumped into the middle of some shit going down and then when it ends. You're still in the middle like adjust. It was just a day in the life kind of thing happening. And you're Kinda like okay. A lot like moves on life happens beforehand kind of thing. I don't know Mosley you can't. It just felt very like it's in. The middle of this grander thing. But I think it's because I knew all it's something that you know. They're they're satirizing real life and you know with other movies. There's a climax boom gruden's feels like it's going to happen. Some some Shit's GonNa have been waiting for him to die and go Yeah I got a I mean I kind of our. They were headed to as started coming up. I mean I feel kind of like almost the kind of like a documentary where you kind of already know what to expect and you. Kinda know where 'cause you know how they kind of list at the end like well then he raises our then. Someone else gets the power and with the music and the stuff which is in Nevada and it I mean because you do get some of the last thing you do get some of this stuff in the movie but it's very factual and the sense of the movie so watching it. It felt like I was watching a documentary with humor. I guess I can put it that way and so and so You know when it once you once seen happened and then I feel like the end with all the stuff is almost like the ramp down for it..

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"stalin " Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"stalin " Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In Stalin's time because the Supreme Soviet met in it for awhile and they painted over all of the gold and all of the beautiful blues that are in there into a dull purple. and now they restored it and you can compare the room this is right in your wheel house aren't throw throw it to you on a few occasions three great men and great defined not with a moral component but with a significant component Stalin Churchill and FDR got together and I I you know I wish we coulda recorded these conversations because they represent the confluence of very different points of view with F. T. are being the least intellectual of the three but also the most powerful of the three in the long run do you think they ever talked high theory. well first of all there are extensive records about them talking and lots of the meetings were recorded in minutes but also Churchill himself you know because he wrote about everything you did. he wrote a lot about his conversations with Stalin and that that here's the most dramatic you know he he wrote in the world and the second World War that. one of its most popular books he wrote that very question Stalin about the crane and about the collective farms in the famines and he said yeah those peasants just wouldn't agree and they had to be made I'm paraphrasing and and Churchill said that he heard that any name some number and Stalin said no no and he admitted to another number and if memory serves the number you've made it too was eight million. enter to recorded that and you know I thought that was very indicative and another thing that's really wonderful is that at this long letter that Rachel wrote to Stalin and in the church archive there three versions of it. and he wrote a long protest against what Stalin was doing in the second half of the war. and he made a diatribe against Karl Marx or he made an argument against him and invited Stalin to reconsider all but in the road on that not sent. and then a second version shorter some of that remaining not sent and then the third version that was sent and all that remained to is is a paragraph this just these words I was never any good at Karl Marx. the doctor what. install and in the final analysis is he just a progressive with visions of humanitarian grander as was hinted at in the last segment he thought he was Jesus without all the hoopla or or or with it. and and and and and the progressives of today are just different because they're not coming out of the ashes of a leading this revolution armed with check out or is he something different entirely no what I'm saying he's really he's really a Marxist meaning he's a guy who's not just progressive in our look conductor liberal sense he's a guy who wants the rack can destroy. all private property private business everything's going to be collectivized reason why he had the murder thirty million peasants by starving them to death and some some of them to shot and sent away to the good life was because he thought that in order to save humanity we all had to become going to get away from people having their own farms that was the bottom line question bottom.

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"stalin " Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"stalin " Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Have a bunch of Stalin's of running around there just stone just weirder so I was trying to get out the idea like we were dealing with a bunch of you know if for Terence all over and things like that and I want to talk about some some of the craziness going on on campus is for example you know the establishment of a segregated dormitories you know where they were at a you know African American only dorms you know it's like a reversal of of things that were supposedly progressive in our moving forward and and the Halloween costume insanity where you couldn't dress up as anything you know that might be appropriating of some culture meanwhile you have the left stressing up as a new person every day rightly so they're changing their identities on the fly right but nobody can wear Halloween costume for a night and your guy you were one of the most popular per grab professors yet and what and why you which is not exactly a conservative school you're not a conservative were warned to conserve really now and at you actually wrote white papers yeah for communists for Marxist yeah yeah yeah and you you wrote that you told me you wrote those things because in theory yeah right yeah I'm theory yeah communism is great yeah but in practice it never works right I was with a like a a group the call themselves left or libertarian communist and every everybody on the other side of the middle thanks that's complete oxymoron of course right if they believe that like the workers of their own accord without like the vanguard S. R. as the leaders like the Bolsheviks taking charge that if the if it all has spontaneously erupted from the bottom up then it be workers will have like control of everything is wonderful and of course there's no there's no greed there's no evil there's no bad people monks the workers Ronald.

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