It's the same old revolution

Vaun Mayes, a Milwaukee Black Lives Matter activist with a record and jail time, gained national attention when he said after the Christmas parade massacre in Waukesha that "it sounds possible that the revolution has started in Wisconsin. It started with this Christmas parade."

I sincerely doubt that this faux activist thug knows anything about revolutiions. In fact, what's going on in Wisconsin and around the country mimics in amazing detail the Russian revolution in 1917. What's happening in our country and what happened in Russia are the same radical overthrow of the existing order.

In Wisconsin, defunding police departments is the big thing. Gov. Tony Evers has been called the defund the police governor. Wisconsin is not alone.

In Russia, in 1917, Prince Georgi Lvov, for a time the weak and irresolute prime minister, asked his colleagues in all seriousness why the country needed police.

Inhibiting the police leads to chaos, violence and death, which was the case in Russia and China. And is now the case in the United States. Remember that when you're trying to make sense of events.

"We live in an age in which it is no longer possible to be funny. There is nothing you can imagine, no matter how ludicrous, that will not promptly be enacted before your very eyes, probably by someone well known."
~ Malcolm Muggeridge

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