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Greg Gutfeld Rips ‘Rolling Stone’ For Promoting Economic Principles That Led To The Deaths Of 110 Million People

By Brian Carey on January 6, 2014 Subscribe to Brian Carey's Feed@brianmcarey
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Tonight on The Five, co-host Greg Gutfeld used his monologue time to take a swipe at Rolling Stone magazine for promoting communism in its latest issue.

“110 million. That’s how many people died under communism last century,” Gutfeld said. “That’s an impressive number. One that Rollingstone.com magazine forgot when it published an article advocating principles that helped fill all those graveyards.”

Gutfeld then listed exactly what the piece in the online article called for: 1) Guaranteed work for everybody, 2) Social Security for all, 3) Take back the land, 4) Make everything owned by everybody, and 5) A public bank in every state.

In case you’re wondering, “Take back the land” unquestionably refers to the elimination of privately owned real estate.

“No, it’s not a parody,” Gutfeld continued. “I thought it was, but it’s real. Of course they left out the message of coercion needed to keep citizens from fleeing this police state. After all, only the threat of death can prop up a left-wing dream, because no one in their right mind would volunteer for this crap. Hence, 110 million dead.”

“But forget this genocidal amnesia,” he continued. “What about the death of Rolling Stone? Sure, they can tell themselves that this stuff is edgy, but it’s so old. Even older than their brain-dead publisher.”

Ouch!

Have a look at the video below.
“The time is now near at hand which must probably determine, whether Americans are to be, Freemen, or Slaves.” G Washington July 2, 1776


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