Alexander Solzhenitsyn: America Do Not Become Weak

American Minute with Bill Federer

Alexander Solzhenitsyn was born in Russia, DECEMBER 11, 1918.

He was arrested for writing a letter criticizing Joseph Stalin and spent eleven years in prisons and labor camps.

He began writing and eventually received the Nobel Prize for Literature.

Solzhenitsyn wrote:

At the height of Stalin’s terror in 1937-38…more than 40,000 persons were shot per month…Over there people are groaning and dying and in psychiatric hospitals. Doctors are making their evening rounds, injecting people with drugs which destroy their brain cells.

Solzhenitsyn continued:

You know the words from the Bible: ‘Build not on sand, but on rock’…. Lenin’s teachings are that anyone is considered to be a fool who doesn’t take what’s lying in front of him. If you can take it, take it. If you can attack, attack. But if there’s a wall, then go back. And the Communist leaders respect only firmness and have contempt and laugh at persons who continually give in to them.

Solzhenitsyn concluded:

America…they are trying to weaken you; they are trying to disarm your strong and magnificent country…I call upon you: ordinary working men of America…do not let yourselves become weak.

Bill FedererThe Moral Liberal contributing editor, William J. Federer, is the bestselling author of “Backfired: A Nation Born for Religious Tolerance no Longer Tolerates Religion,” and numerous other books. A frequent radio and television guest, his daily American Minute is broadcast nationally via radio, television, and Internet. Check out all of Bill’s books here.

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