Ever since early 1992, I have heard conservatives say this: “The fall of Communism in the USSR in 1991 was a deception.” They could not come to grips emotionally with the fact that the USSR had failed. The West had won.
I will put it in three words: “Mises was right.” These three words were written by multimillionaire socialist Robert Heilbroner in the September 10, 1990 issue of The New Yorker. He had spent his academic career denying this. So had his academic peers, as he admitted. He still couldn’t quite believe it. Neither could anti-Communist conservatives in 1992. Some of them still don’t, as this pathetic fundamentalist video reveals.
The following home video was shot by a lunatic motorcycle rider. The speeding driver is a fool. That’s why I believe the video.
He is riding on a Moscow freeway.
Pay attention to the cars he is passing. Pay attention to the high-rise apartment buildings.
You cannot tell that this was shot in Moscow. It looks like an American freeway, until 2:10 minutes into the video, when we see the craziest off-ramp that I have ever seen. This is Russian!
This video is the real deal. It shows beyond any shadow of a doubt that capitalism has come to Russia. Wealth has come to Moscow.
If I’m wrong, then explain this. How did Moscow get this rich? Did Communism finally start working? How?
The Commies are gone, folks. The Party’s leaders got capitalist religion in December of 1991. They shut down the Party.
Take a ride on a motorcycle. See for yourself.