This story advocates for strong, lethal medicine, not for the squeamish or soft. In spite of this, I think the point is made. Of course, one has to suspend belief in the sense that, no one innocent or just was hurt or killed. The one thing, I find myself reflecting on is, didn’t the Bolsheviks harbor the same feelings of doing the right thing, as they unleashed their slaughter? I guess what I am trying to say is this, I don’t mind the “medicine” being advocated, but one mistake, of a just person being killed, weighs on my mind. In some sense, a clear evaluation, would have to be made and double checked, so as not to err on the scales of Justice. Good article, The Reich Was Right!!