by the Left Coast Rebel
I guess you could put this story in the 'too many socialist infringements to keep track o' list'.........
Constructed in 410 days.
5 men lost their lives to the cause.
Built during the Great Depression no-less.
An achievement of American competiveness.....
Will be lit tonight, all night; in honor of the 60th Anniversary of the People's Republic of China. Yes, you read that right, the 60th anniversary of The Peoples Republic of China.
The 60th Anniversary of a revolution that killed millions and heralded a regime that still persecutes it's own people today; an affront to any freedom-loving/human-rights concerned-citizen. Perhaps the Fox News story above got it wrong though. Perhaps the Empire State Building's new Red hue.......
Is a celebration of the election of our Obamanation.
As Griper opines in the commentary here, Red is the color of blood. So I am asking any reader that sees a picture of the Empire State Building in Red, or lives nearby, think of the blood shed for the most evil ideology that has ever cursed mankind. For the enslavement and slaughter of millions under the guise of such. And for our own so-called useful-idiot intellectual American class that would willingly do the same to us.
Also, I refuse to place a picture of the Empire Building here in red, I have visited and gazed from atop it the building in awe, blood-spray light across her is something that I never wish to see.
We live in uparalleled and evil times.
Wes over at The Humble Libertarian caught this post, linked LCR and brilliantly opined -
It's also a symbolic act of moral capitulation to a violent, ignoble revolution, from the very height of the monolith that represents the world's truest, most enlightened, most noble political and economic revolution itself:Capitalism.
This speaks volumes about the level of moral decadence and political ignorance in the West today. Just as a bright and promising future rises from the ashes of Chinese communism, we celebrate the ashes.
Even more telling, is that the Empire State Building determined to celebrate the
Communist Revolution in China last night by lighting up in red, but did not
bother to celebrate the Constitutional Republican Revolution in America by
lighting up in red, white, and blue last month for Constitution Day.
Couldn't have said it better myself, read the entire piece here.