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New York Times Again Waxes Nostalgic for Communism: ‘Not Everything Was Bad' (newsbusters.org)

A Sunday New York Times story by Berlin-based reporter Christopher Schuetze was the latest example of the paper’s repel

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ignoble
ignoble
12 days ago

One of the most profound comments I’ve run across online was, “People think history happens in the span of a thought.” So much is encapsulated in that.

I saw a video (maybe 2 years ago?) of people in Germany celebrating around a statue of Lenin. The Berlin wall came down only 35 years ago. What consistently suprises me about many societies is how few of the people seem to care about finding the truth.

Sherry
Sherry
12 days ago

A lot of people from Romania and Ukraine have communist nostalgia. I’ve read articles about it. Mostly the old people. It proves that people often forget about how bad things used to be and just want to remember something because it was a long time ago.

Wakeupgoofies
Wakeupgoofies
11 days ago
Reply to  Sherry

Disassociation at its finest.

Rosey
Rosey
11 days ago
Reply to  Sherry

Former USSR countries too. They knew nothing else.

rick
rick
11 days ago

Stockholm syndrome. Nostalgia for oppression. There is serious brain washing and generational trauma the human being refuses to break free from.

Last edited 11 days ago by rick