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  • Gulag Archipelago

    Nobel Prize winning three-volume text written between 1958 and 1968 by Russian writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn about the the crimes of the Communist Soviet regime and the life in the GULAG concentration camps.

    679 Points
  • Benghazi

    A Libyan city where four American servicemen, including the Ambassador were massacred by Islamic militants while the Obama Administration watched the whole event live and refused to send support despite their desperate call for help.

    377 Points
  • Darrell E. Brooks Jr.

    Racist black nationalist murderer who “has a history of being a sex offender, resisting arrest, obstruction, battery, statutory sexual seduction, strangulation and suffocation, property destruction, illegal firearm possession, bail jumping, domestic violence, and drug related charges”, killed 6 and injured […]

    242 Points
  • Michael Byrd

    Black U.S. Capitol police Lt. who killed Ashley Babbitt during the capitol protest and is quietly cleared of criminal wrongdoing without interview.

    223 Points
  • Democide

    The murder of any person or people by a government, including genocide, politicide, and mass-murder for “democracy.”

    222 Points
  • Trofim Lysenko

    Soviet agronomist who killed as many people as Fauci by starving millions based on the party-approved science that the gene was a “social construct” and that plants could absorb the traits of their socialist environment.

    256 Points
  • Midazolam

    The end-of-life drug that the UK government used to euthanize elderly patients in order to boost ‘Covid deaths’ and ramp up public fear to garner support for lockdowns and vaccines.

    234 Points