Thursday, February 25, 2016

WHAT BERNIE SANDERS SOCIAL JUSTICE LOOKS LIKE....



Cambodian Meo Soknen, 13, stands inside a small shrine full of human bones and skulls, all victims of the Khmer Rouge,  in Cambodia. The horrors of Khmer rule, part of a campaign of brutal "social justice," still finds apologists today among the left. (AP)
Cambodian Meo Soknen, 13, stands inside a small shrine full of human bones and skulls, all victims of the Khmer Rouge, in Cambodia. The horrors of Khmer rule, part of a campaign of brutal "social justice," still finds apologists today among the left. 


. . . "Much has been made of the signature economic failures of the Democratic candidate’s professed socialism. The ongoing economic collapse in Venezuela is Exhibit A. But going hand in hand with socialism is “social justice” a concept that sounds noble for its presumption to level “the distribution of advantages and disadvantages in society,” in the name of equality. “My run for office was a manifestation of commitment to social justice,” Sanders said as he began his presidential run.
"And “social justice” made another appearance, this time, in the form of what they did in Cambodia after the last helicopter lifted off from the U.S. embassy roof in Saigon in 1975, an act explicitly sought by Sanders’ anti-war left." . . .   Via Lucianne
Leading to the horrors of The Killing Fields and the mass graves of the millions slain by the Khmer Rouge.

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