If you think there is an upside to Communism, at all, you’re doing it wrong.
So it should come as no surprise that the New York Times released this op-ed:
For all its flaws, the Communist revolution taught Chinese women to dream big https://t.co/Fci82iAPxM
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) September 26, 2017
From the NYT:
Researchers also observed that after marriage factory women often experienced slower career advancement than men as they became saddled with domestic responsibilities that left them with little time to learn new skills and take on extra work, both prerequisites for promotion. State services that promised to ease their burden, like public child care centers, were in reality few and far between. Unlike their counterparts in developed countries, Chinese women didn’t have labor-saving household appliances, since Mao’s economic policies prioritized heavy industry over the production of consumer products like washing machines and dishwashers.
But these women were able to dream!
Are you kidding us?
They were raped, tortured, starved, kidnapped & beaten but at least communism gave them their dreams https://t.co/KUSJbA7FGg
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) September 26, 2017
Women were treated as less than human BUT HEY, Communism inspired dreams and stuff.
And on that note, this article inspired all sorts of MOCKERY on Twitter:
For all his flaws, Cambodia's Pol Pot was great on Title IX. https://t.co/IuUVLPmRZg
— Christina Sommers (@CHSommers) September 26, 2017
For all its flaws, Stalin’s purges truly eased morning gridlock.
— Rich Zeoli (@Richzeoli) September 26, 2017
NYT opinion next week: for all its flaws, Hitler's Nazi movement bought healthy vegetarian meal planning to the Reich.
— Inez Stepman (@InezFeltscher) September 26, 2017
Right? So much weight loss …
For all his flaws, Hitler had impeccable taste in fashion #HugoBoss
— Rakhesh (@rakheshpm) September 26, 2017
Those boots and that mustache? Stylin’.
'For all of his flaws, Stalin knew how to get a round of applause.'
— E.J.Thribb (@endofwesternciv) September 26, 2017
For all its flaws, the NYT has perfected communist propaganda peddling. https://t.co/cqrAeG28Qn
— LetsShrug (@LShrug) September 26, 2017
Next week from the NYT "For all its flaws the Third Reich had excellent schools" https://t.co/AfgomNybpd
— Matt Stepp (@Matt_Stepp817) September 26, 2017
NYT went full propaganda. For all it’s flaws, the Nazis popularized miniature dachshunds and the VW Bug. https://t.co/n2sjW6wzl9
— Common?Conservative (@JR22457950) September 26, 2017
NYT opinion next week: “For all its flaws, the concentration camps of Nazi Germany allowed women to display their strong work ethics.” https://t.co/gBRTE2n7RY
— Nick Hall (@nickhall_88) September 26, 2017
For all its flaws, Walter Duranty's concealment of the crimes and horrors of communism allowed the NYT to collect a Pulitzer prize. https://t.co/I4V4eMnP1t
— Walter Russell Mead (@wrmead) September 26, 2017
For all its flaws, the NYT is good for potty-training puppies.
— Tyra Gaylord (@tyrasquared) September 26, 2017
Bad form, NYT.
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