Generally understood, at the very least, to be a system of economics in which government controls all aspects of a society’s production. This is purported to ensure equality and fairness among the masses. Communist regimes have historically claimed that a utopian, egalitarian paradise awaited the masses if they would simply surrender their rights and let government have the necessary power. Others believe communism to be a system of absolute atheism, where the belief in a God other than the state was absolutely forbidden, as people who worshiped a God would not offer total subservience to the governing powers. While these descriptions may give someone a basic understanding of what communism is, they are not totally accurate. Communism was actually created for the very purpose of destroying religion and being the anti-thesis to western capitalism. Communism itself is a Hegelian dialectic created to cause conflict between two world views, religion and anti religion, which would eventually see the rise of what many people recognize as the New World Order.
The Illuminati created Communism to be used as an adversary against [individual] liberty An indication of that fact came from a statement by Dr. Bella Dodd, who was a member of the National Committee of the U.S. Communist Party. She indicated that when their Board could not reach a decision, one of their members would go to the Waldorf Towers in New York City to consult with Arthur Goldsmith. Goldsmith’s decision would later be confirmed by Communist officials in Russia. Goldsmith was not a Communist, but was a wealthy ‘capitalist’. The Communist movement was created out of the roots of Socialism, in fact, President Hoover said: “Socialism is the forerunner of communism.”
In order to gain a better understanding, we have to look at Karl Marx the man who was understood to be the founder of socialism/communism. Though there is reason to believe that Marx was simply financed by others to create this system, it is generally understood that he was an atheist and his lack of religion is what motivated him to create what has become known as the most oppressive governing system known to man. Karl Marx was not an atheist; he was, at one point in his life, a devout Christian whose knowledge of scripture and Biblical principles were well-rounded. In fact, the following quote was written by Marx when he was young.
“Union with Christ could give an inner elevation, comfort in sorrow, calm trust, and a heart susceptible to human love, to everything noble and great, not for the sake of ambition and glory, but only for the sake of Christ”.
This certainly doesn’t sound like the ramblings of someone who hated or didn’t believe in God. The truth is, at some point in the life of Karl Marx, he became very angry and turned on God. Karl Marx became a Satanist Why this happened remains unknown, but the later writings of Marx confirmed that he had indeed turned his back on God and became one with God’s adversary. The following quote illustrates this.
“…Yet I have power within my youthful arms
To clench and crush you (i.e., personified humanity)
with tempestuous force,
While for us both the abyss yawns in darkness.
You will sink down and I shall follow laughing,
Whispering in your ears ‘Descend,
come with me, friend.’”
For some reason, which again remains unknown, Karl Marx became a man filled with hatred towards God, and this is what motivated him to create communism. Though, as stated above, there is reason to believe that others from a group commonly known as the Illuminati actually paid Marx to create it. Take this quote for example from cuttingedge.org.
“We know that, in 1848, a highly select body of secret initiates who called themselves the League of Twelve Just Men of the Illuminati, financed Karl Marx to write the Communist Manifesto.”
It was under the name of “The League of the Just” that “Karl Marx” became a member. He was hired to update the writings of Adam Weishaupt, written seventy years earlier. Weishaupt died in 1830, but his revolutionary plans were carried on by a list of his successors. In 1842 Karl Marx began to write revolutionary propaganda for the League of the Just, hoping to cause a spirit of unrest. In 1844, in collaboration with Friedrich Engels, and under the supervision of The League of the Just, Marx began to write the infamous “Manifest der Kommunistichen Partei,” commonly known today as the “The Communist Manifesto,” which appeared at the beginning of 1848. Later, the Illuminati operating under the name of The League of the Just, changed their name to “The League of Communists”.
The Communists celebrate May 1st as the birth of their revolutionary movement because it was the birthday of the Illuminati, founded by Adam Weishaupt. And, it is not by chance that all Communists use the “Pentagram” (five pointed star) as one of their insignia. And, it is not by chance that the Communists use the term RED to describe their revolutionary movement. The Rothschild international banking cartel, who for some 200 years had a great influence on the economic and the political history of Europe, was founded by Mayer Amschel Rothschild Feb. 23, 1744 in Frankfurt. He had five sons and the family name derived from the RED SHIELD on Mayer’s ancestor’s house.
It was Adam Weishaupt and the House of Rothschild who started this partly religious and partly political movement foretold in prophecy as the “Scarlet Colored Beast” that shall ascend out of the bottomless pit (Spiritualism). Revelation 17:3, 8.
In the 1890’s this world revolutionary movement added to its membership Vladimar Ilyich Ulyanov, who changed his name to Nicholai Lenin. As the illuminati terrorist group in France (Jacobin Clubs) caused the fall of the government of Louis XVI, so did their later aristocractic brethren operating under the name of Bolshevism  cause the overthrow of the Tsar in Russia and cause the Russian Revolution in 1917. It will be shown later that these Communists were financed by both European and American International Bankers.
The ideas Lenin developed were directly from the Karl Marx Communist Manifesto, and the ideas founded in the Communist Manifesto were directly from the writings of Dr Adam Weishaupt, who took his orders from the House of Rothschild. Gary Allan in his multimillion best seller None Dare Call It Conspiracy, states the following about Marx’s Communist Manifesto:
“If you study Marx Communist Manifesto you will find that in essence Marx said the proletarian revolution would establish the Socialist dictatorship of the proletariat. To achieve the Socialist dictatorship of the proletariat, three things would have to be accomplished. 1. The elimination of all right to private property. 2. The dissolution of the family unit: and 3. Destruction of what Marx referred to as the ‘opiate of the people,’ ‘Religion.’ “
Allan goes on to say,
“Karl Marx was hired by a mysterious group who called themselves ‘The League of the Just Men’ to write the Communist Manifesto as demagogic boob-bait to appeal to the mob. In actualfact the Communist Manifesto was in circulation for many years before Marx’ name was widely enough recognized to establish his authorship for this revolutionary handbook. All Karl Marx really did was update and codify the very same revolutionary plans and principles set down seventy years earlier by Adam Weishaupt, the founder of the Order of the Illuminati in Bavaria. And, it is widely acknowledged by serious scholars of this subject that the League of the Just Men was simply an extension of the Illuminati which was forced to go underground after it was exposed by a raid in 1786 conducted by the Bavarian authorities.”
– None Dare Call It Conspiracy, Allan, Concord Press, 1971, p. 25.
The real motive behind Communism is not to distribute the wealth of the world equally, but the Communist Party is just a front for the super-rich as an instrument for gaining and using power. IT IS NOT THE COMMUNISTS THAT RUN COMMUNISM. There is yet another controlling power behind communism. Communism and socialism are just arms of a more devilish conspiracy working behind the public eye, that is not being run from Moscow or Peking, but from New York, Paris and London. Gary Allan’s statement in his book, None Dare Call It Conspiracy, could not state it any plainer, on page 35:
Communism’ is not a movement of the down-trodden masses but is a movement created, manipulated and used by power-seeking billionaires in order to gain control over the world … first by establishing socialist governments in the various nations and then consolidating them all through a ‘Great Merger,’ into an ALL POWERFUL WORLD SOCIALIST SUPERSTATE probably under the auspices of the UNITED NATIONS.
Francis B. Randall, Ph.D., who has taught at both Amherst College and Columbia University, states the following about Marx in his book, The Communist Manifesto, on page 37:
“He (Marx) insisted on the forcible overthrow of all existing social conditions with uninhibited abandon … Let the ruling classes tremble at a communist revolution. The proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win. Working men of all countries, unite! Millions have thrilled to this most memorable of all appeals that have come down to us from the Romantic Age.” The Communist Manifesto, Marx/Engels, edited by Francis B. Randall, Ph.D., Simon & Schuster, 1964.
Very few Americans know that Karl Marx was a correspondent and political analyst for Horace Greeley, who owned the New York Times newspaper. In 1849 both Horace Greeley and Clinton Roosevelt contributed financially to the Communist League in London to assist in the publication of the Communist Manifesto. Other contributors were the English millionaire, Cowell Stepney, and of course Friedrich Engels, who was a wealthy German. And, up until recently, two checks made out to Karl Marx by Nathan Rothschild could be seen on display at the British Museum. Lenin, Trotsky and Stalin were financed by Capitalists from America, England and Germany, to help promote the Bolsheviki Revolution in Russia.
The first Russian Marxist group was formed in 1883 in the very year of Marx’s death by Lenin, who was a Russian Revolutionary exiled in Switzerland. Between 1900 and 1903 Lenin called his revolutionaries the “Bolsheviki, then later renamed themselves” Communists, after Marx’s term in the Communist Manifesto.
Lenin announced to the world before the overthrow of the Tsar in Russia the following: “After Russia we will take Eastern Europe, then the masses of Asia, then we will encircle the United States which will be the last bastion of capitalism. We will not have to attack. It will fall like an overripe fruit into our hands”.
However, the Communist plan to overthrow the last bastion of capitalism (The United States) is to be attacked politically, socially and economically, as Lenin planned. Robert L. Preston, in his book Wake Up America, states the following:
“When Nikita Khrushchev visited the United States, he boasted that the Communists would bury us and that our grandchildren would live under Communist rule. He even outlined the exact manner in which they would accomplish it: “You Americans are so gullible. No, you won’t accept Communism outright, but we’ll keep feeding you small doses of Socialism until you’ll finally wake up and find you already have Communism. We won’t have to fight you. We’ll so weaken your economy until you’ll fall like overripe fruit into our hands.”
“As outlined by Khrushchev and Lenin, there is no intention for the Communist to attack us in battle; they expect us to fall into their hands like overripe fruit. They intend to bring this about by weakening our economic structure until we are financially insolvent and by giving us more and more Socialism until we are too weak to resist the final thrust into complete Communist rule. As we review the Socialistic and economic picture in this nation today, we are forced to admit that they have once again proceeded exactly as planned.” – Wake-Up America, Hawkes publishing Inc.
Preston goes on to quote in his book on page 18, the second point Khrushchev made that was to cause the overthrow of the United States.
“The best way to destroy the Capitalist System is to debauch the currency. By a continuing process of inflation, governments can confiscate, secretly and unobserved, an important part of the wealth of their citizens.” Wake-Up America, pp. 15-17.
There shall be wars and rumors of wars until Jesus returns. However, the world and man will not be destroyed by a world wide nuclear holocaust. The threat of a world-wide nuclear war is nothing less than another Communist plot to frighten the inhabitants of the world into believing that a One World Government is the only solution for world peace.
This puts our understanding of communism into a different perspective, doesn’t it? The essential understanding that should be taken from this is that communism wasn’t created as an economic system to create total equality; it was created as a system of governance to be run by Satan in an effort to destroy humanity and man’s divine connection to God. That is why it was created as an “Anti-Thesis” to western capitalism. The ideas behind capitalism, liberty, the free market, and every other value that made America great all revolve around one spiritual absolute, and that is that man was created with free will. What do socialism and communism always do? They create populations of non-thinking people who become totally helpless and dependent on government. Would this happen if they retained their belief in God and operated from the notion they were born with free will? This is why communism seeks to destroy religion, or, as Marx described it in The Communist Manifesto, “Destroy God in the minds of men.” The purpose wasn’t to create a system full of atheists but to create the conditions that would enable the creation of Satan’s new order. Creating atheism was but a means to an end in the quest to defeat God.
By removing opportunities to live self-sufficient lives, the Marxists create a system of slavery and convince everyone that it was done in the name of fairness. It’s the same story every time. The question is: can Marxism prevail in the Land of the free? Or, do we still have the moral, intestinal fortitude to stop it?
Socialistic ideas can be traced back to Plato’s (427-347 BC) Republic, and English Statesman Sir Thomas More’s (1478-1535) Utopia in 1516. Plato envisioned a society where marriage would be eliminated, all women would belong to all men, and all men would belong to all women. Women would be equal to men, working and fighting wars side by side. All children would be raised by the state. There would be a tri-level society consisting of the ruling class, the military class, and the working class. Private property would be eliminated, and the intellectuals would determine what was best for the lower classes.
Robert Owen and “New Harmony” (1825-28)
The earliest advocate of the movement later to be known as Socialism was the English mill owner Robert Owen (1771-1858). He was a student of spiritualism and published his views in the Rational Quarterly Review. At his Scotland textile factory, he was known as a model employer because of the reforms he instituted, even enacting child labor laws. He felt production could be increased if competition was eliminated. Many of his principles were derived from the writings of Weishaupt. For instance, Weishaupt wrote that the aim of the Illuminati, was “to make the human race, without any distinction of nation, condition or profession, one good and happy family.” Owen said that the “new state of existence upon the earth, which, when understood and applied rationally to practice, will cordially unite all as one good and enlightened family.” Many of Owen’s philosophies were parallel to those of the Illuminati.
Owen’s long term goal was to “cut the world into villages of 300 to 2,000 souls” in which “the dwellings for the 200 or 300 families should be placed together in the form of a parallelogram”. According to his philosophy “individualism was to be disallowed” and “each was to work for the benefit of all”. A colony established along those lines in Ireland failed, so in 1824, Owen sailed to America, where he bought several thousand acres from George Rapp’s pietistic Harmony Society in Posey County, Indiana. In 1825, with 1,000 settlers, he started his “New Harmony Community of Equality.” It was a model town of non- profit making stores.
Other settlements like this were started in America and Scotland, and communism was born. However, Owen was a weak leader, had few skilled workmen, and had to put additional duties on the few competent workers that he had in an attempt to insure success. In 1826, he adopted a Constitution that condemned private property and organized religion.
However, Owen had failed to take into account human nature, something he had fought so hard for in earlier years, when he advocated better housing for workers, better education for children, and the elimination of unhealthy living conditions. Even though he failed in an attempt to merge all the trade unions into a “Great Trades Union”, his reforms completely transformed the town of New Lanark, Scotland. In 1827, Owen resigned as manager, and dissolved the colony, because he was forced to change his thinking. He wrote:
“No societies with common property and equality could prosper. In order to succeed it was needful to exclude the intemperate, the idle, the careless, the quarrelsome, the avaricious, the selfish…”
His son, Robert Dale Owen (1801-77) [who had been a director of New Harmony] became a leader in the Workingman’s Party in 1829, which evolved down through the years into the U.S. Communist Party.
The 10 Point Summary of the social environment necessary to implement communism (taken verbatim from the manifesto).
- Abolition of private property and the application of all rent to public purpose.
- A heavy progressive or graduated income tax [meaning the more money one makes, the higher percentage of tax on total income one is required to pay].
- Abolition of all rights of inheritance.
- Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels.
- Centralization of credit in the hands of the State, by means of a national bank with state capital and an exclusive monopoly.
- Centralization of the means of communication and transportation in the hands of the State.
- Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the State, the bringing into cultivation of waste lands, and the improvement of the soil generally in accordance with a common plan. [i.e. all industry is owned and operated by the State]
- Equal liability of all to labor. Establishment of Industrial armies, especially for agriculture.
- Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries; gradual abolition of the distinction between town and country by a more equable distribution of the population over the country.
- Free education for all children in government schools. Abolition of children’s factory labor in its present form. Combination of education with industrial production, etc.
Unstated are perhaps the common goals of its creator, the Illuminati (stated goals: abolition of Christianity, Government, and family). The religion of the Illuminati is the Luciferian doctrine, and Lucifer – the king of chaos, death, and sterility – has not only destroyed religion and family with communism, but has murdered millions of innocent men, women and children under communistic governments. Hitler’s atrocities are widely recognized, publicized and condemned though the latest estimates of holocaust atrocities range from 200,000 to 2 million, by most scholars – not 6 million.
Roughly 16 million people lost their lives during World War I; about 60 million died during World War II. Wars during the 20th century cost an estimated 71 million to 116 million lives. Millions more lives were lost in other wars and invasions manufactured by the Illuminati puppet masters and the “threat of communism” has often been the rationale.
However, the number of war dead pales in comparison with the number of people who lost their lives at the hands of their own communist governments. The late professor Rudolph J. Rummel of the University of Hawaii documented this tragedy in his book Death by Government: Genocide and Mass Murder Since 1900. Some of the statistics found in the book have been updated. The People’s Republic of China tops the list, with 76 million lives lost at the hands of the government from 1949 to 1987 dubbed the “Great Leap Forward”. The Soviet Union follows, with 62 million lives lost from 1917 to 1987. Both more than 10X the exaggerated numbers of the Jew Holocaust, but there are not hundreds of books and movies about these genocides at the hands of the communists.
American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on Our Nation’s Character, by noted author and columnist Diana West, argues that the accepted narratives of World War II and the Cold War often depart profoundly from actual reality. Inconvenient truths about the threat of Communism were ignored by the nation’s leaders and written out of history, basically until the arrival of President Ronald Reagan. West then finds a parallel in the struggle with violent extreme Islam today. She believes that Soviet infiltration of the American political system was so extensive that it not only opened our national secrets to the Soviets but also influenced the entire political process and the course of history.
- The decision to recognize the Soviet Union by President Franklin D. Roosevelt entirely ignored the Ukrainian famine created by the Soviet government in the 1930s, which cost 20 million people their lives. This despite the fact that Joseph Stalin’s murderous actions against them were covered in the U.S. media.
- Overtures by high-level German opponents of Hitler as early as 1943 to the U.S. government were stonewalled by the national security staff because the Germans were also anti-Communists and therefore did not fit in with the U.S. alliance with the Soviet Union. Had we listened, an overthrow of Hitler might have ended the war before a second front was opened on D-Day in June 1944.
- The U.S. shipped enriched uranium to the Soviets during World War II, routing it through Canada as part of the lend-lease agreement, despite the fact that this was against U.S. law.
- The forced repatriation of thousands of Soviet citizens, as well as those of Central and Eastern Europe, by the Allied forces after Yalta was a dark consequence of the unholy pact made with Stalin.
The fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 only gave us a partial victory in the Cold War. To date, American university campuses remain territory occupied by the followers of Karl Marx, whose ideas continue to undermine the character of this nation. This leads to multiculturalism, political correctness—even the fear of offending (or just naming) the Islamist terrorists who threaten this country today.
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