Why are American youth being used as “useful idiots”? Have you paused to wonder why the average American young person cannot intelligently answer the questions, “What is Communism? What is Socialism? Who were Marx, Lenin and Stalin?”
Today’s guest is Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh, an American college professor who survived being born in Communist Romania. She met her future American husband while he was on a mission trip in Romania and, fortunately, she was able to legally immigrate to the U.S.A. in 1978. She became a citizen in 1982.
Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh was born in Romania during the communist era of Nicolae Ceausescu. A survivor of communist utopia and its indoctrination, she immigrated legally to the United States in 1978 and became a proud naturalized American citizen by choice in 1982. She earned four college degrees in the United States and Romania and taught Economics in college for 30 years. Dr. Johnson speaks fluent German, Italian, English, and Romanian and understands Spanish, French, and Latin. She is a prolific writer, senior columnist for Canada Free Press, author, frequent speaker on the topics of communism, U.N. Agenda 21, economics, education, and a radio commentator on many shows.
Dr. Johnson made weekly commentaries for many years on Butler on Business, Liberty Express Radio, and other radio and television shows around the country and in Canada. Her commentaries cover the most up-to-date economic and political topics. She joined Silvio Canto Jr. from Dallas on National Blog Talk Radio for a one hour “week in review” covering economics, history, and recent world-wide political and economic events. She wrote Echoes of Communism to dispel the romantic version of communism taught in American public schools. Her second book, “Liberty on Life Support,” contains short essays on American Exceptionalism, Economics, Immigration, and Education.
U.N. Agenda 21: Environmental Piracy, a best seller at Amazon under Globalism and Environmental Policy for many years, describes and provides evidence of the advanced implementation in the United States of global control of our private property rights, of our economy, and of attacks on our sovereignty in the name of protecting the planet from environmental damage.
Her fourth book, Communism 2.0: Twenty-five Years Later, explains the changes after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Her fifth book, Italy Through My Eyes, will go to print soon; it covers her 17-day journey with her husband David through central and northern Italy.
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