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Oleg Ivutin: U.S. on track to become U.S.S.R.

MARIETTA — As guest speaker at the Marietta-based Georgia Tea Party on Thursday, Oleg Ivutin of Smyrna warned of growing similarities between the U.S. and the former Soviet Union where he grew up.

The U.S. is on a “fast track” to becoming an authoritarian government like the U.S.S.R., said Ivutin, a businessman who challenged Joe Dendy as chairman of the Cobb GOP in March.

Under communist rule, the Russian police spied on people, collecting files to use against them. Neighbors were encouraged to report on neighbors. Ivutin sees similarities between what happened in Russia and what is happening here. The KGB never had it so easy, he said.

“I think with the software that’s available today you can analyze people’s behavior and predict where they’re going to be on Tuesday at 2 a.m.,” Ivutin said. “Obama’s argument for all this is always, ‘Well, I have this power, but we’re never going to use it. And time after time again he uses it, and whatever is going to happen after Obama we don’t know.”

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wolfe's picture

Good article.

What he is said is all true and legitimate AND OBVIOUS to anyone with more than two braincells to rub together.

It's a shame that no one these days seems to have that many brain cells in excess of 1, with a few exceptions, like this gentleman.

The Philosophy Of Liberty -

WOW, Oleg! “If you look at

WOW, Oleg! “If you look at our state House with Ralston and everybody else, this is where all the socialists are hiding. They’re all in the Georgia State House. We don’t have many Republicans in there,” he said.

You hit the nail on the head. Which means YOU have a political target on your back. Once again, you're one of my political heroes.

Prof. William Greene