If the New York Times had eyes and hands, you could just imagine what they would doing right now at the thought that Rush Limbaugh’s nation was gone.
Smiling beedy eyes and hand wringing at the delicious thought that our Founding Father’s ideology and principles had been discredited for all time.
If Rush’s nation is gone, then another shall arise to replace it.
And in the new iteration, people like the New York Times staff will be hauled outside their building, lined up against a wall, and shot dead.
Some people don’t view the enemies of their nation with all the tolerance (as if) the Marxists always seem to show before think their time has arrived.
Afterwards, the Marxists do this very thing to all the good people left.
Marxists, we know what your policies always result in.
And once you prove it again here, I pity you knowing what people around this planet will do with you when they get their hands on you.
How many hundreds of millions will die this time, to prove this point yet again? Too bad it didn’t start with you, and save us and the rest of the planet all the misery.
It depends on whether the "moderate" group or the "extremist" group gained power. The Russian royal family was originally spared in 1917. George C. Scott played the film role of moderate revolutionary. He was to let the Czar and family go to England. The extremists then threw the moderates out and the Russian royal family were shot dead. Malea, females and child.
Excuse this ramble, but the aerial view of Thomas Friedman's ( NYT) woodland mansion and even another house has been often shown. One could not for one moment, imagine Mr Friedman being allowed to remain "the lord of all he surveys". First he goes to the small house with swimming pool, if he is lucky. If the other extremists get in, he gets a trailer and lumps it.
I have not encountered such folly for years of people shilling for a sharing of the wealth. This and supporting the demagogues that preach it. Then expect to live in a vacuum, mansions, luxury condos, country retreats etc.
I am a firm believer in karma and I do believe that what you typed will happen at some point in the future. Still, as you pointed out, I’m afraid innocents will suffer first.