Seeing red

There are few people in the world alive today who know more about the underpinnings of today’s “peace” movement than former Romanian Communist General Ion Mihai Pacepa. Pacepa details the history of the organization orchestrating last weekend’s worldwide “antiwar” demonstrations. He worked with it first-hand in his capacity as a henchman of Nicolae Ceaucescu. He therefore looks at that organization with an educated eye and knows what he is seeing: “Seeing red.”


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