In this chapter Flynn recounts the absurd era of communist goonery in the arts. Commies
had decided that art is a weapon and must serve their insane cult. While commies rail about black lists they do not acknowledge that party goons often dictated what artists
This episode illustrates why works by communists should be viewed with suspicion and why they should not be employed in education or government. A communist by nature is a herd animal whose fealty to a genocidal cult trumps all other factors. Communists have no loyalties except to the cult and there are numerous examples of betrayal of this country and others by communists. They can not be counted on to follow directions or to
maintain professional ethics and as such should be excluded from hire.