“Like Lenin before him, Stalin also had his own interpretation of Marxism… Fearing that communism would fail if the Soviet Union did not modernize, from the late 1920s Stalin began initiating a series of brutal five-year plans to industrialize the still almost feudal country…

People were forced into leaving their homes to work in factories where they labored in terrible conditions – and those who refused were killed. At least 5 million people are believed to have died during this industrialization process… He ordered the 1940 Katyn Massacre.

One of the most ruthless political leaders in history, the deaths attributed to Stalin number in the millions. Among the dead are the estimated 22,000 Polish prisoners of war who were executed by the Soviet secret police in April and May 1940…”

[Summary of Video Below:] How Germany Forgot the Horrors of Communism – “… through every upheaval and opportunity, the Communists have always kept their eyes unwaveringly on this strategy [three-step strategy to convert the nations of the world to Communism] and on plans to carry it out.

They have let nothing stand in their way, and nothing divert them… But it was only one of their many weapons. They have also used bribery, lies, bluff, brutality, the countless tentacles of treason, murder on a scale never before dreamed of… and every possible means to advance them on this road…

And above all, they have used patience. A patient gradualism has been the most important key to the Communists’ overwhelming success.” [Book:] ‘The Blue Book of the John Birch Society’ by Robert Welch