Socialist Victory and the Bungle Factor: Is Putin Worthy of Stalin?

The network of people disinforming Western opinion is very extensive. It includes the press of different and frequently divergent political orientations.

Jozef Mackiewicz

In his book, Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy, Joseph Schumpeter explained what actually happened in World War II. He said, people “will have to realize that what has occurred amounts to a surrender not much less complete than might have been expected from a military victory of Russia over her two chief allies.” Those allies, of course, were America and Great Britain. Schumpeter went on to attribute Moscow’s victory in 1945 to Joseph Stalin’s political genius. “Following events from that first master stroke — the ‘understanding’ with Germany — we behold a master’s handiwork. It is true that Stalin never encountered a man of comparable ability.” [1]

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