The Bible of Communism

On February 21, 1848, The Communist Manifesto was published by the Communist League in London. That evil document – an unabashed scheme for world domination – is now 172 years old and not only continues to shape our world, but expresses the principles of those who are dragging humanity into the depths of chaos, agony, and destruction. This article is written for those who have never read the Manifesto, do not understand why it is applicable today, or who wish to gain insight into its true origins at the hands of a powerful secret society.

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In his booklet To Communism . . . Via Majority Vote, Ben Moreell wrote of the Manifesto as the “bible” of communism. He said:

If a person intends to fight something, he should know his enemy in order to plan his strategy. Otherwise, he may do more harm than good . . . “THE COMMUNIST MANIFESTO”, published in 1848, is the “bible” of the communist faith.”

Mr. Moreell noted how “disturbed” he was when he first read The Communist Manifesto. He repeated its stated plan for the conquest of the world, which we will highlight later, and then remarked:

If this century-old strategy of Marx – what today we call “creeping socialism” – sounds familiar to you in the light of current events in America, you will understand why I am disturbed. You see, I had believed that communism would come by violence. Now I discovered that the goal was to be achieved not by bullets, but by ballots; not by illegal, but by legal means; not by a few evil persons, but by vote of the majority.

This throws a new light on the problem. It appears that in our struggle against communism, we Americans may well be choosing the wrong battlefield, at the wrong time, and against the wrong enemy. It may be that while we are fighting communist armies thousands of miles away, communism itself is marching steadily forward under the stimulus of easy triumphs here at home” (Ben Moreell, To Communism . . . Via Majority Vote, 2, 6).

It is a verifiable certainty that the communist virus has infected America, just as it has infected every nation on earth. The United States has adopted, to greater or lesser degree, each of the Ten Planks of The Communist Manifesto. Though the communist revolution is being waged globally, the most important battlefields we can fight on are in our own nation, communities, and homes. While communism should be opposed with power, it is much more important to oppose it with principles. At its core, this is a spiritual fight – a war between two irrevocably opposite worldviews.

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In the wake of 9/11 false flag attacks, a modern Marxist group calling itself the Communist League came into being. In 2003, they wrote an outlandish pamphlet titled What is Communism? In it, they gave us an interesting detail about the coming forth of The Communist Manifesto:

When Marx and Engels began the process of transforming the utopian League of the Just into the Communist League, the document they used for this work had the awful working title of Draft of a Communist Confession of Faith. This document would itself go through a thorough revision and be circulated under the title, Principles of Communism, and would serve as the basis for the Communist Manifesto.”

Marx obviously considered his Manifesto a “communist confession of faith.” It was a declaration of belief and principle. Communism, to Marx, was akin to a religion. Indeed, it is Satanism personified – a wholesale rebellion against God and natural law. Mr. Moreell was correct, then, to call the Manifesto the “bible” of communism. The Communist Manifesto gives us a glimpse into the dark heart of this evil movement.

The Ten Planks of the Manifesto is its most famous feature. Mr. Moreell called them “the battle plan of communism” (Moreell, 4). We will begin our analysis of the stated communist plan there. Marx prefaced his ten points by stating that “the first step in the revolution by the working class is to raise the proletariat to the position of ruling class to win the battle of democracy.” Communists always promote “democracy” and “democratic” movements. For instance, in the March 1918 edition of the New York-based Marxist magazine The Liberator, we find this line on page three:

With the Russian people in the lead, the world is entering upon the experiment of industrial and real democracy.”

To communists, Soviet-style Bolshevism is “real democracy.” Marxists always seek to first establish democracy – that is, majoritarian mob rule – in a country they seek to conquer because it is easy to inflame passions, cause divisions, pit factions against one another, and then come to power while eliminating enemies under cover of the chaos. Communists love to use this “divide and conquer” technique. And it undoubtedly works best in a democratic society.

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Marx further wrote that after democracy is established:

The proletariat will use its political supremacy to wrest, by degree, all capital from the bourgeoisie, to centralise all instruments of production in the hands of the State. . . .

Of course, in the beginning, this cannot be effected except by means of despotic inroads on the rights of property, and on the conditions of bourgeois production; by means of measures, therefore, which appear economically insufficient and untenable, but which, in the course of the movement, outstrip themselves, necessitate further inroads upon the old social order, and are unavoidable as a means of entirely revolutionising the mode of production.

These measures will, of course, be different in different countries.

Nevertheless, in most advanced countries, the following will be pretty generally applicable.”

Before we list the Ten Planks that will “be pretty generally applicable” in every industrialized nation, another quick note. The communists intend the democratic mob to be mobilized to vote away their own rights and centralize all political power “in the hands of the State.” Despite the communists’ rhetoric about the people holding power, Marx is clear that it is the state that will wield all power.

I err when I say communists refer to “the people” as holding power. They actually allege that only “the workers” have a claim on power (and the workers are of course represented by the dictatorial state), and that the propertied class is an inherent enemy that needs to be divested of their power, property, and wealth. Page six of the same issue of The Liberator just quoted contains this brazen paragraph:

It is never “the people” who will accomplish this [turn to communism] – Lenine [sic] has been warned against the concept of “the people” in his Bible of Karl Marx from the beginning. It is the working-class who will accomplish it, and they will accomplish it, if they can, by establishing a dictatorship, overt and uncompromising. The truth is that only after a general transfer of land and factories to the workers is accomplished, so that substantially all the people have become workers, and the super-political influence of a capitalist class is removed, can an appeal to the people really be an appeal to the people. Only then does formal justice and democracy of a popular vote become materially just and democratic. And this delving under the forms of law and politics to the economic materials of right and liberty, is the essence of socialist thinking. If the American moralistic democrat cannot grasp this, he will do well to suspend his judgment and watch it – for it will continue to the end with little bother whether he cries “Dictator! Anarchy! Traitor to the people!” or not.”

Note the threatening arrogance. The communists plan to set up a “dictatorship” over America whether we like it or not. They’ll do so under the guise of establishing “democracy” and “justice” – particularly for the “workers” and less fortunate. But in reality, there will be no justice or representation for the American People under a Marxist system. Our property will be confiscated or abolished and we’ll all be forced into the thralldom of a high-tech feudal system.

Marx fully acknowledged that this transfer of power from the people to the state will require the people’s agents in government to make “despotic inroads on the rights of property.” Inasmuch as there is no Liberty without the right to own and manage property, Marx was subtly calling for the ruthless destruction of the Liberty of those he claimed to want to liberate. And he wanted to accomplish this centralization of power in the hands of the state by means of class warfare.

The communists have always attempted to get the majority so aggravated and angry about their alleged “oppression” and “victimization” at the hands of the “bourgeoisie” that the people will throw their support behind radical socialistic laws designed to transfer wealth and power to the state. Today we heard Democrats, Progressives, and socialists condemning the “1%” and saying things like “tax the rich” and “make the rich pay their fair share.” These sentiments are straight out of The Communist Manifesto. If we follow this course through to its conclusion, we will reap the entire “revolutionizing” of our society and an all-powerful state dominating every aspect of our lives.

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In order to centralize all things “in the hands of the state” and turn a society communist, Marx proposed the following:

1. Abolition of property in land and application of all rents of land to public purposes.

2. A heavy progressive or graduated income tax.

3. Abolition of all rights of inheritance.

4. Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels.

5. Centralisation of credit in the hands of the state, by means of a national bank with State capital and an exclusive monopoly.

6. Centralisation of the means of communication and transport in the hands of the State.

7. 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.

8. Equal liability of all to work. Establishment of industrial armies, especially for agriculture.

9. Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries; gradual abolition of all the distinction between town and country by a more equable distribution of the populace over the country.

10. Free education for all children in public schools. Abolition of children’s factory labour in its present form. Combination of education with industrial production, &c, &c.”

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This, dear reader, is how socialists and communists everywhere attempt to steal power away from the people and lodge it in the hands of the state – the state controlled, of course, by them. You perhaps noticed that several of the Ten Planks are already in place in the United States. If so, I commend you. However, if you are really perceptive, you noted that all ten of Marx’s suggestions have been enacted in our nation.

Yes, all Ten Planks of The Communist Manifesto have been enacted, to one extent or another, in the United States of America! As Ezra Taft Benson once stated, “the Fabian Socialists are as busy as bees rolling out the red carpet which leads inevitably to Communism” (Ezra Taft Benson, “A Race Against Time,” BYU address, December 10, 1963). Though socialists are the ones enacting Marxist principles and policies while the communists cheer-lead from the sidelines, the destination is communist “utopia.”

Let’s give a quick rundown on each of the ten points listed and how they’ve been implemented in our Republic.

1. Abolition of property.

Naturally, all property hasn’t been abolished . . . yet. However, your property (eg. your home, land, car, salary) is heavily taxed, regulated, and micromanaged by local, state, and federal governments. The federal government has also taken control over massive swaths of land all over the country – particularly in the West. 79.6% of Nevada’s land, 63.1% of Utah’s land, and 61.6% of Idaho’s land, to name only three, is owned and controlled by the federal government. Millions of acres of land and resources are tied up in national parks and UNESCO world heritage sites. The government steals land for “public purposes” under eminent domain rules never envisioned by the Founding Fathers and inaugurated by the odious 14th Amendment. And, finally, in some situations the federal government has outright confiscated Americans’ property. For instance, federal agencies, such as the BLM, have confiscated millions of acres of private land from ranchers and farmers while FDR’s administration notoriously confiscated America’s gold in 1933.

2. A progressive income tax.

In some translations, Marx called for a “graduated” income tax – that is, an unequal tax determined by one’s level of income. It is class antagonism at its finest. The 16th Amendment, rammed down our nation’s throat in 1913, destroys the Constitution’s requirement that all taxes be apportioned equally. Unequal taxes are little more than wealth redistribution. Taxing the “rich” more so that they’ll pay their “fair” share is actually the opposite of fairness and equity. Equal taxation is fair; graduated taxation is a Marxist wealth redistribution scheme.

3. Abolition of inheritance rights.

This Marxist assault on private wealth and personal property takes the form of estate, inheritance, and death taxes. In the United States, you are no longer free to hand down your estate and inheritance to your children, or whomever, without the government getting involved and taxing that wealth. What modern Marxists do is tax (i.e. steal) the property of deceased individuals – property that has already been taxed. This largely puts the fruit of your labor at the mercy of government bureaucrats and deprives your family of their just inheritance.

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4. Confiscation of rebel and emigrant property.

The federal government has been busy taxing, and in some cases confiscating, the wealth of those who choose to emigrate out of the country. This is often called the Exit Tax. It is little more than highway robbery. Also, the government’s mafia arm, the IRS, routinely uses its power to bully dissidents and those whose politics diverge from the Marxist Establishment’s.

5. Establish a national bank and state monopoly over credit.

Establishing a national bank is considered by many to be the linchpin of the communist battle plan. Lenin purportedly said that setting up a national bank is 90% of communizing a country. Whether or not he said it, it has an element of truth. In 1913, a Marxist-style central bank was foisted upon the Republic in a sham process that you can read about in Antony C. Sutton’s book The Federal Reserve Conspiracy and G. Edward Griffin’s tome The Creature from Jekyll Island. The Federal Reserve is a privately-owned cartel of banks that is unaccountable to our government, yet controls inflation and interest rates, and prints or restricts currency at will, causing economic recessions and depressions. The Federal Reserve system is indeed a monopoly over the American economy. No one knows precisely who owns shares in this monstrosity, but it is certain that a small clique of elitist foreigners and U.S. citizens wield power over our economy via the Federal Reserve.

6. Centralization of communication and transportation.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) was set up by FDR’s Marxist administration and has engaged in restricting free speech ever since in direct violation of the 1st Amendment. The federal government has also tried to centralize the means of transportation by establishing government-run companies like Amtrak. And various public figures are also now calling for “free” public transport. Of course, nothing government gives is “free” and “free” public transport would require an increase in taxes and/or more government intervention in our right of mobility.

7. Government takeover of factories and land.

Federal intervention in agriculture has grown massively over the years. In fact, the first government agency infiltrated by communist spies was the Department of Agriculture. The Soviet Union forcibly set up collectivized farms and deliberately instituted policies that led to mass famine. Thankfully we have not traveled that far down the path to Marxist utopia, but the government’s hand is still in places it should not be. And, of course, American factories and industry have been massively hampered by regulations dictated by interventionist agencies like OSHA and the EPA.

8. Everyone must work.

While work is of course a good thing, and the virtues of personal industry are to be commended and encouraged, this Marxist proposal would force people to work and would mobilize them under federal auspices. FDR’s Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) is one example of this plan in action. Additionally, many signature pieces of socialist legislation – such as the dastardly Equal Rights Amendment – have been aimed at getting women out of the home and into the workforce like they are in Russia. The federal government’s Civilian Inmate Labor Program is also a concerning glimpse into our Marxist future if we don’t change course immediately.

9. Abolish rural communities and move everyone to cities.

This plank has Agenda 21 or Agenda 2030 written all over it. A major part of the U.N. 2030 program is to move people from rural areas into an urban environment where they can be more easily controlled. Corporate farming and various federal zoning acts are also nudging us in the direction Marx envisioned.

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10. Free education in government schools.

Finally, the communists crave control over education. They offer “free” education. Of course, with “free” anything comes government intervention. Marx’s idea was to establish a government public school system that would undo centuries of godly, grounded, good education. Instead, children would be ushered into Darwinistic, socialistic, unChristian thinking that would translate into support for the communist world revolution. Today, the federal government blackmails schools into submission through the Department of Education and forces egregious programs like No Child Left Behind and Common Core on America’s youth.

In my opinion, this is the most important of the Ten Planks because of the true adage that what is taught in the schools one generation becomes the policy of the next. America is undergoing a gut-wrenching social transformation. We are on the verge of embracing full cultural Marxism. While the conspirators use media, Hollywood, and other means to brainwash people, public schools are driving the indoctrination process. LGBT propaganda in particular has infested our schools and drag queens, homosexuals, and mentally ill transgenders have full access to our children. It is altogether possible that public schools have become the greatest threat to our survival as a society because they have been taken over by the Reds and are little more than communist training centers. I urge parents who care about their children’s education and upbringing to homeschool wherever circumstances allow.

As you can see, the Marxists have been working overtime to gut our Constitution and transform our government and society into a socialist state. Following Marx’s economic interpretation of history, the communists in our midst have focused on plundering American wealth, restricting our stewardship over our own property, and centralizing power over our pocketbooks in the hands of the state. At least a portion of all Ten Planks of The Communist Manifesto have been implemented in our Republic, causing us to falter as a People.

Marx’s Manifesto not only offers a ten-point blueprint for victory, but lists other goals that will assist the communists in their ascent. The Manifesto rants against the family unit in these words:

Abolition of the family! Even the most radical flare up at this infamous proposal of the Communists.

On what foundation is the present family, the bourgeois family, based? On capital, on private gain. In its completely developed form, this family exists only among the bourgeoisie. But this state of things finds its complement in the practical absence of the family among the proletarians, and in public prostitution.

The bourgeois family will vanish as a matter of course when its complement vanishes, and both will vanish with the vanishing of capital.

Do you charge us with wanting to stop the exploitation of children by their parents? To this crime we plead guilty.

But, you say, we destroy the most hallowed of relations, when we replace home education by social.

And your education! Is not that also social, and determined by the social conditions under which you educate, by the intervention direct or indirect, of society, by means of schools, &c.? The Communists have not invented the intervention of society in education; they do but seek to alter the character of that intervention, and to rescue education from the influence of the ruling class.

The bourgeois clap-trap about the family and education, about the hallowed co-relation of parents and child, becomes all the more disgusting, the more, by the action of Modern Industry, all the family ties among the proletarians are torn asunder, and their children transformed into simple articles of commerce and instruments of labour.”

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The communists believe that the traditional, patriarchal, Christian family unit is inherently exploitative. They think that the sacred relationship between children and parents is “disgusting.” They openly seek to take children from their homes and indoctrinate them in public schools with a “social” education that will turn them into good little proletarians.

What’s more, Marxists want to abolish the family! The family unit is the most important institution in society. As goes the family, goes the nation. The communists understand that no matter how strong their grip on public schools or communication systems is, they will never win over the hearts and minds of people who are educated at home in the principles of truth, Liberty, and righteousness. As always, their solution is to use the strong arm of government to pry children from their parents’ loving embrace and raise them as de facto wards of the state.

I now note the Marxist assault on faith, the other key pillar of civilization. We all know that communism is openly hostile to religion (and Christianity specifically). In his 1847 Draft of a Communist Confession of Faith mentioned earlier, which served as a forerunner to the Manifesto, Marx wrote:

All religions which have existed hitherto were expressions of historical stages of development of individual peoples or groups of peoples. But communism is that stage of historical development which makes all existing religions superfluous and supersedes them.”

It should be noted that Karl Marx was a Satan-worshiping Jew introduced to the communist faith by the influential “communist rabbi” Moses Hess. I don’t say this in a polemical way, but as a statement of fact. The Reverend Richard Wurmbrand makes a compelling case for Marx’s Satanism in his fantastic little book Marx & Satan. Most other early communist leaders were also Jews and many, such as Lenin, are known to have attended pagan and occult rituals. The Soviet Union established museums of atheism (often inside of closed down Christian churches as a form of mockery). In at least the Odessa museum of atheism, a statue of Baphomet was erected. Eerily, The Satanic Temple is busy erecting Baphomet statues in the United States today.

Communist antagonism to religion is infamous. The Communist Manifesto brushed off religious objections to its proposals as not deserving of serious examination.” But Marx’s contempt bled threw nonetheless. In one place, he alleged: “Nothing is easier than to give Christian asceticism a Socialist tinge . . . Christian Socialism is but the holy water with which the priest consecrates the heart-burnings of the aristocrat.” Marx said that Christianity was a fad whose time to give way to a new and better system has come.

If it wasn’t obvious already, the communists admit that their goal is to seize political power and establish a dictatorship over the earth. Marx wrote:

The immediate aim of the Communists is the same as that of all other proletarian parties: formation of the proletariat into a class, overthrow of the bourgeois supremacy, conquest of political power by the proletariat.”

Again, the Marxists want to seize power by abolishing private property. In my article “Private Property Essential to Liberty,” I discussed the inseparable connection of Liberty and property at length. I sum up my conclusions by quoting John Adams who stated: “Property must be secured, or liberty cannot exist” (John Adams, “Discourses on Davila,” Chapter XIII). Since stewardship over one’s property is the sum of individual Liberty, the communists seek to destroy Liberty. Marx admitted:

[T]he theory of the Communists may be summed up in the single sentence: Abolition of private property.”

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A recent poll demonstrates how successful communist propagandizing has been in America. The poll found that a whopping 70% of millennials would consider voting for a socialist candidate. 36% of those same millennials openly supported communism. I quote from a MarketWatch article discussing the disturbing development:

Marion Smith, executive director of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, says he’s troubled by the findings of the poll.

““The historical amnesia about the dangers of communism and socialism is on full display in this year’s report,” Smith said in a statement on Monday. “When we don’t educate our youngest generations about the historical truth of 100 million victims murdered at the hands of communist regimes over the past century, we shouldn’t be surprised at their willingness to embrace Marxist ideas.”

Other nuggets from the report include that 22% of millennials believe “society would be better if all private property was abolished,” and that 45% of Generation Z members and millennials believe that “all higher education should be free.””

Yes, the communists have met with wild success in waging their world revolution. They’re capturing the minds of the youth and raising a generation apparently willing to embrace the siren song of socialism. If people knew the true origins of the Communist League, however, perhaps they would be less likely to favor its proposals.

In the preface to the 1888 English edition of the Manifesto, Marx’s cohort and co-author Frederick Engels wrote that the Communist League which hired them and published the document was a “secret society.” Most people scarcely know about the Communist League let alone its progenitors. To see communism in its proper context, however, we must know its roots.

What if I told you that the Communist League was an Illuminati splinter organization and that communism is nothing but Illuminism with a new name? The Order of Illuminati was founded by the Jewish occultist Adam Weishaupt in Bavaria on May 1, 1776. May 1, not coincidentally, is the communists’ signature holiday and a major date on the pagan calendar. In 1782, the Illuminati joined forces with Jewish radicals and certain groups of Freemasons at the Masonic Congress of Wilhelmsbad.

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When Weishaupt’s Order was discovered a little after the Wilhelmsbad Congress, the Bavarian authorities attempted to squash it. By that point, however, Illuminati cells had been established in numerous countries from France to England to the United States. One of the major Illuminati front groups is known to history as the Jacobins. The Jacobins, of course, fomented the bloody French Revolution and introduced the guillotine to the world during its Reign of Terror. The French Revolution was merely a test run for the later putsch in Russia in 1917.

Other Illuminati offshoots included the German Union, the Tugenbund, and the League of Virtue. The League of Outlaws also popped up in France. In 1836, the League of Outlaws split in two. The more radical faction moved to England and called itself the League of the Just. It was this same League that hired Marx and Engels to write a confession of the group’s faith and renamed itself the Communist League.

The Communist League went through numerous iterations after its abortive attempt to launch continent-wide revolution in 1848. Finally, it came to be called the Social Democratic Workers’ Party. One faction within this Party was led by Lenin and was deemed the Bolsheviks. It was the Bolsheviks who, with Western socialist financial backing, launched the coup against the Russian government in 1917. When they established the Soviet Union, they reverted back to the name “communist.” The Soviet communists, however, were lineal descendants of the Order of Illuminati. A British documentary “Angels and Demons Revealed” did an analysis of secret GRU documents obtained after the fake “fall” of the Soviet Union wherein the Illuminati seal – the pyramid and all-seeing eye – was found hidden inside an unassuming period, suggesting that the communists have known all along who they are and what they represent.

Today, communist parties exist throughout the world, including in our own country. Bernie Sanders, and avowed socialist, is currently leading the Democratic Party candidate pack. Red China is formally a communist state. Radical communists rule everywhere from South Africa to Venezuela to Russia to North Korea to France. And the Fabian Socialists which wield so much power in the West are not a divergent groups, but are in fact ideological adherents of Marx. Socialism is just communism with a smiley face. Or, as the Fabian symbol depicts, it is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

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I want younger people to understand that when they support socialism/communism, they are supporting the schemes of the Illuminati. Socialism/communism is not a utopian ideology that preaches “equality” or that promises “free” things, but a plot for world domination concocted by a Satanic secret society that has launched the bloodiest campaigns of revolution recorded in history. Even those who do not want to believe the links between the communism and the Illuminism must believe Engels when he stated that the League of the Just was a “secret society.” Communism is the brainchild of a secret band of criminals, plunderers, and murderers that still exists today.

In his book Secret Combinations Today, Robert E. Hales wrote that The Communist Manifesto is the most widely read book in the world. Whether or not that is true, it is certainly one of the most assigned and studied books anywhere. Hales spoke of the impact the Manifesto has had on the human family:

To blind, deceive and captivate those in other parts of the world, Satan employed the on-going work of the secret combinations. Through instruments responsive to his teachings, Satan influenced the creation of an organization with teachings and philosophies in direct opposition to the teachings of Christ. He structured this organization for the purpose of binding the souls of men. This organization spawned a new political order and found its most successful exposure through a document titled The Communist Manifesto. . . .

. . . The Communist Manifesto has had great effect upon the children of Adam, and literally billions have been and are currently held captive by those who have adopted, professed and espoused its tenets. Despite the recent crumbling of the iron curtain, hundreds of millions of people are still captivated by its tentacles” (Robert E. Hales, Secret Combinations Today: A Voice of Warning, 140).

Karl Marx was the agent used by the Evil One to popularize his gospel of hate, deception, and darkness. The Manifesto is an evil document that, admittedly, gives me a strange feeling to read – a visceral feeling of total revulsion and disgust. I cannot help but think the unpleasant feeling is caused by my spirit recoiling at doctrines that are innately wrong, inherently threatening, and totally devoid of light and truth.

I wind down this piece with a quote from Ben Moreell about what Marxists of all stripes really seek to achieve by implementing the dictates of The Communist Manifesto, and what we can do to stem the rushing tide:

The fact is that we are now mobilizing to fight a communist enemy who is supposedly thousands of miles away. But, in truth, we need not travel so far to find him.

This is not so surprising if one but stops to reflect. Communism is not an army, nor even a dictatorship. Communism is an idea. It is a belief that individual freedom, as a way of life, will not work; a belief that certain ordinary mortals like you and me, who, mostly by fortuitous circumstance, happen to occupy the seats of government for a short time, are far more capable of running your life than you are; it is a fear that if we, the people, are left free to manage our own affairs, most of us will go hungry and be cold; it is a repudiation of the free market, where willing buyers and willing sellers voluntarily arrive at a figure agreeable to both; it is a false thesis that employers and employees belong to different classes and are natural enemies; it is a process whereby some people use the power of government to make other people conform to their views and desires; it is a coerced debasement of the intelligence and integrity and dignity of the individual human being, who must bow his head in deference to the views of political masters. . . .

I am very glad that we have a form of government that requires voting, because so long as this condition exists, there is nothing to prevent us from voting against these immoral measures that are leading the American people into bondage to their own government. It is still possible to achieve freedom. If we really want to face the responsibility, to pay the price, we can still have it!” (Ben Moreell, To Communism . . . Via Majority Vote, 28, 31)

Communism seeks to obliterate individual Freedom and erase our individuality. It aims to collectivize society into an indistinguishable mass where individuals are mere cogs in the machine of the state. It desires to subjugate everyone and to make us slaves in a global GULAG. If communists get their way, national sovereignty will be demolished, a one-world dictatorship will be established, and humanity will be ushered into the Satanic dogmas of the Adversary by his Illumined henchmen.

At its core, communism is organized rebellion against God. The struggle between communism and Freedom is a spiritual one. It is light vs darkness, good vs evil, individuality vs collectivism, Liberty vs slavery, life vs death, God vs Satan. Everything mankind has traditionally held dear is on the line. The stakes are our Faith, Families, and Freedom.

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We can still win this war if we are willing to pay the price. We are losing, especially in the arenas of culture and spirituality, but we can change the flow of events if we so will it. It requires sacrifice. It requires time and effort. It requires humility. It requires a willingness to study and educate ourselves and perhaps admit that we’ve been wrong about things. It requires genuine repentance. And it requires us to not only talk the talk, but walk the walk and back up our rhetoric with action. We simply must have “a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence” and “pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.”

Dear reader, communism is the greatest threat to Faith, Families, and Freedom that exists anywhere on earth. It is a Satanic threat. It is a literal conspiracy designed to overthrow the Liberty of all nations and bring us into bondage by the most brutal means. It openly seeks to establish a worldwide “dictatorship” where all power is “in the hands of the state.” And so, if there is one takeaway from this article, it is this: Communism must die for America to survive!

Zack Strong,

February 20, 2020

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  1. One of the reasons for it’s success is the political power given to those behind the scenes, to the marginalized and control of our politicians. They pass laws without citizen consent or input but also thumb their noses and pass laws that are being protested. Who do we Citizen turn to? How to we get those responsible for the degradation out of power and held accountable?

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