Thursday, August 31, 2006:

Even before Stalin, Russians were suffering greatly under Lenin. It is reported that many millions starved to death, something people say Lenin actually found a useful thing to get the people to stop believing in God, since God wasn't saving them from starving.

Lenin and Stalin after him, took all the farmers produce, all their seed, and all their farming equipment. Satan stripped the people and then reputedly asked the people where their God to save them is.

It is estimated that some fifty million people died under Stalinism, not including the war dead.

These things are cited by those who most hated Lenin and Stalin. The actual figures are impossible to know. They can only be guesstimated.

Regardless of the exactitude of the numbers, just as with the genocide of European Jews and others by the Nazis during World War II, many, many people starve to death. People were purged. People were sent to forced labor camps (gulags). There is no doubt about it.

It is guesstimated that some forty million people starve to death in China under Mao Zedong's Great Leap Forward, which make it the worse starvation in recorded history.

Many racists and true anti-Semites like to attack the Russian Communists as being Jews to try to convince people that being Jewish is the problem. Well, Mao was hardly Jewish. Many brutal dictators down through history were not Jews. Just because there were Jews who were Russian Communist leaders doesn't mean that all Jews are inherently unrighteous.

Not only that but some of the atrocities committed were vengeance against the Orthodox Christian church that had backed the czarist system that had kept the people in serfdom. That's not to excuse the Communists, but it is to say that the history of abuse didn't begin with the 1917 Revolution.

Mao sent everyone into the fields. When they claimed a surplus, he sent them all to make backyard steel. While they were doing that, turning out junk steel, no one was working the fields. At the same time that there was no food, there was also a severe drought. He set everyone to bring in a quota of sparrows thought to be damaging crops. When everyone had killed all the sparrows, there was a major increase in harmful insects upon which the sparrows had been feeding.

Then Mao Zedong declared a Cultural Revolution headed by the militant Red Guards. Everyone in a position of authority was attacked to one degree or another regardless of whether or not he or she had done anything against the revolution. It was an insane exercise in sheer brainwashing and power. People were tortured and murdered for nothing. The country fell further and further into disorder, naturally.

These men, Stalin and Mao, were truly godless men. They were subsequently driven to do insane things and punished their followers accordingly. They were under no dictates of conscience. They foresaw no consequences in the hereafter for their actions, since they did not believe in a hereafter. Human life was cheap. Humans had no souls in the view of Marx, Lenin, Stalin, Moa, or any other atheist Communist.


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