October 1, 1949 was the day that the communists formally conquered China and established the People’s Republic of China. It is a day to be mourned and lamented. Led by Mao Tse-tung, the Red Chinese communist regime murdered and enslaved more human beings than any other nation in history, even topping the staggering toll racked up by the Soviet Bolsheviks to the north. In this article, I turn the spotlight on Red China and catalog its ghastly ideology, horrific history, and present threat.
A government is very much defined by the character of the men who founded it. Knowing this to be a truism, let’s look at the founders of Red China and see what we can discern. The chief founder of communist China was, ostensibly, Mao Tse-tung. From a young age, Chairman Mao was a cold, calculating, ruthless individual with an intensely self-serving nature. Mao bluntly said:
“I do not agree with the view that to be moral, the motive of one’s action has to be benefiting others. Morality does not have to be defined in relation to others . . . People like me want to . . . satisfy our hearts to the full, and in doing so we automatically have the most valuable moral codes. Of course there are people and objects in the world, but they are all there only for me.”
He also stated: “People like me only have a duty to ourselves; we have no duty to other people.” And again: “I am only concerned about developing myself . . . I am responsible to no one” (Jung Chang and John Halliday, Mao: The Unknown Story, 13).
Mao’s entire outlook was self-serving and me-centered. Naturally, he gravitated towards communism because communism centers all power in the hands of a small oligarchy of individuals who, free from restraint and legal consequence, use that power to fulfill all their carnal and selfish urges and lusts. The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on UnAmerican Activities, in response to the question “Why do people become Communists . . .?” answered: “Basically, because they seek power and recognize the opportunities that Communism offers the unscrupulous” (100 Things You Should Know About Communism, 14).
Elder Joseph F. Merrill similarly observed:
“Communism is organized wickedness and crime of the blackest type. Harsh terms, certainly! Its objectives are confiscation of property, robbery of those who have, slavery of its productive workers, and death to its opponents. Its beneficiaries are ne’er-do-wells, those who own nothing, but want everything, especially power and its emoluments” (Elder Joseph F. Merrill, “Some Fundamentals of Gospel Teachings,” General Conference, April, 1949).
Mao fits these descriptions to a T. Mao’s selfishness seems to have been a feature of his life from a young age. His father described him as “idle,” “lazy,” and “useless,” and he was “insolent” both with his father and his school teachers. Mao had an almost overly strong attachment to his mother, but he hated his father – the same as many tyrants and mass-murderers throughout history. In later years, Mao said if his father was alive, he should be tortured. He once got in a verbal fight with his father and threatened to kill himself to end his family line, which caused his father to back down – which Mao saw as a sign of weakness to be exploited. Tellingly, Mao also believed that fathers should work to support their sons and that he specifically should be exempt from manual labor. (Chang and Halliday, Mao: The Unknown Story, 6).
In his teens, Mao renounced Buddhism – his mother’s devotion. He filled the void in his spirituality with Marxism and Darwinism. Communism is in reality a counterfeit religion. This has been acknowledged by die-hard communists and anti-communists alike. J. Edgar Hoover noted:
“Communism is more than an economic, political, social, or philosophical doctrine. It is a way of life; a false, materialistic “religion.” It would strip man of his belief in God, his heritage of freedom, his trust in love, justice, and mercy. Under communism, all would become, as so many already have, twentieth-century slaves” (Hoover, Masters of Deceit, Foreword, vi).
Through intellectual study not tempered by God’s law – which is always a dangerous thing – Mao grew into a committed communist. He became a communist, yes, but one who engaged in the conspiracy’s subversive work to fulfill his own ends and to aggrandize himself. Communism was a means to the end of power and control over others and a life of morality-free, responsibility-free ease and selfishness. While Mao gave a unique flavor to communist philosophy, he nonetheless adopted the core tenets of Marxism-Leninism, Stalinism, and Darwinism.
Though he spouted hollow platitudes and praise for the working class and peasants, in reality Mao despised them. Mao saw the Chinese – and indeed all people – as soulless serfs to be used to create a totalitarian world state. And if millions of them die in the process, who cares? Chiang Kai-shek, the head of the legitimate Chinese government that Mao’s communists overthrew and that international communist have falsely maligned ever since, understood the reality of communism. He saw through their lies and doublespeak. In his excellent history of the communist conquest of his nation, Chiang noted the communists’ skill in lying:
“They are particularly adept in the fabrication of stories with no factual foundations, in misrepresentation such as “pointing at a deer and calling it horse,” in distortion and in the forging of documentary proofs all of which they consider legitimate – even virtuous. Whenever it suits their purpose, they represent Satan as God or God as Satan. What the Communists say and what they do are entirely two different things. It is obvious that they had themselves robbed the people under their control of freedoms, and yet they asked the Government for all political freedoms. In areas under Communist control, there was nothing but darkness and regimentation, and yet in their external propaganda they boasted of political democracy and of a bright future for their slaves. In Communist terminology, “people” means the Communists themselves, “liberation” means enslavement, “peace” means another form of war and “coexistence” means exclusive Communist control. It follows that the smile they put on is another facet of their evil nature. The free world should be ready to expose and attack this kind of propaganda before anyone falls prey to it” (Chiang, Soviet Russia in China, 375).
In my estimation, this ranks as one of the greatest and most accurate statements ever given on the nature, intentions, and tactics of communism. Communists precisely fulfill Isaiah’s ancient prophecy that men will call evil good, and good evil (Isaiah 5:20). The communists have inverted reality and use constant propaganda to make people think their slavery is Freedom, that hell is Heaven, that Christianity is evil and communism good, and that China and Russia are benevolent while America is evil. And few communists perfected the art of lying and fabricating a false reality like Mao Tse-tung and his Chinese Reds.
Chairman Mao’s real story is a dark tragedy. The things he inflicted upon China are unspeakably horrific. Yet, when Mao’s flawed policies led to mass starvation, Mao called it a “Great Leap Forward.” When his policies of repression and death inverted Chinese culture, he called it a wonderful “Cultural Revolution.” In death and suffering he saw happiness and progress.
As in the Soviet Union, the Chinese communists’ policies led to mass starvation where tens of millions perished. Indeed, starvation was fostered as a political tool for social change. Conditions were so appalling that cannibalism became widespread, as this graphic account demonstrates:
“At first, the villagers tried to bury their dead in coffins but later, when the wood ran out, the living just wrapped the dead in cotton. Finally there was no cloth left, so at night people mounted guard over buried relatives until the flesh had sufficiently decomposed to prevent others from eating the corpse. In parts of Fengyang, officials issued regulations on the disposal of corpses to try and keep the scale of the deaths secret” (Jasper Becker, Hungry Ghosts: Mao’s Secret Famine, 138).
These types of mass die-offs were considered beneficial to communist “progress.” It was a form of cleansing, a Darwinistic survival of the fittest, a de facto Hunger Games for Mao’s amusement:
“The “Great Leap” was actually a kind of experiment in natural selection. Mao forced the Chinese into the most difficult conditions in order to eliminate the weak and those opposed to Communism. On the one hand, he tried to brainwash the peasants by starving them so as to make them dependent on him and the Communist organization. [The] basis of this attempt was Darwinism. At the same time as he began the Great Leap, Mao also initiated a “leap in education.” The dialectical materialism and Darwinism played the main roles in this education campaign. In a speech from this period, Mao revealed the principles supporting his savagery when he said, “The foundation of Chinese Socialism rests on Darwin and the theory of evolution”” (Yahya, Communism in Ambush, 130).
The history of the “Great Leap Forward” is dreadful. The Chinese regime stopped keeping count, so we will never know the full tally of the dead. However, estimates have ranged up to over 40-45 million in just this one episode alone. Most of these died in the greatest famine in world history – a famine brought on by careless and cruel communist policies. All in all, somewhere in the wide range of 60-100 million Chinese were slaughtered under Mao’s iron-fisted rule. Two of the best Mao historians affirm that he was responsible for “well over 70 million deaths in peacetime” (Chang and Halliday, Mao: The Unknown Story, 3).
Let’s finally discuss the renewed thirst for war and expansion that Mao stamped China with. Mao loved war – especially “revolutionary war.” The Red Chinese regime was birthed in the blood of communist-initiated civil war. Since 1949, China has waged war in or against the following nations: Tibet, India, South Korea, U.S. troops in Korea, the Philippines, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Burma, Thailand, and Taiwan. They even fired shots at the Soviet Union once, though I’m quick to add that the phony “Sino-Soviet Split” has been tragically misinterpreted in the West as being authentic. It was a ruse that worked phenomenally to convince us to aid and build up China in the hopes that she would be a bulwark against Soviet Russia. We were conned by the master con men.
China’s belligerence towards Japan has also manifestly increased in recent years as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe touts the idea of doing away with their U.S.-imposed constitution’s prohibition on offensive military capabilities. The last thing China wants is an offensive-capable Japan, especially considering that Japan, with only defensive weapons, already has the fourth most powerful conventional military force in the world and a high level of specialization. The most obvious point of clash is the Senkaku Islands of Japan, which China claims as her own. The fact that China also claims islands belonging to numerous other nations, such as the Philippines and Taiwan, just goes to show their expansionist and aggressive nature.
Worthy of special note is that China constantly trains and arms for war against Taiwan and has made it clear that they will use force to subjugate the island nation if necessary. Many years ago, I came to believe that the spark that will ignite World War III will be in Asia. The likely flashpoint will be either Taiwan or South Korea as the communists initiate their final push for world government under their control. Whatever the exact spark, keep your eyes on Asia. And watch China’s duplicitous relations with Taiwan like a hawk.
As mentioned, so-called “revolutionary war” is part and parcel of the communist vision of creating a utopian earth. The power to bring about this utopia could only be achieved through force, Mao believed. And the gun was the most powerful force on the planet. He explained:
“According to the Marxist theory of the state, the army is the chief component of state power. Whoever wants to seize and retain state power must have a strong army. Some people ridicule us as advocates of the “omnipotence of war”. Yes, we are advocates of the omnipotence of revolutionary war; that is good, not bad; it is Marxist. The guns of the Russian Communist Party created socialism. We shall create a democratic republic Experience in the class struggle in the era of imperialism teaches us that it is only by the power of the gun that the working class and the labouring masses can defeat the armed bourgeoisie and landlords; in this sense we may say that only with guns can the whole world be transformed” (Mao Tse-tung, Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-Tung, 28).
Please carefully note the final phrase: “only with guns can the whole world be transformed.” Only by bloodshed, war, and force can the world be transformed into a Marxist utopia. Who promotes war and force and bloodshed, God or Satan? The entire Maoist ideology – and Mao took his ideology from Marxism – is Satanic in that it proposes force, war, and brutality to achieve its ends. Red China is still today ruled by this bloodthirsty Asiatic spirit of war and savagery.
The Asiatics have always waged exceptionally brutal warfare. A sense of revenge, viciousness, and disdain for human life seems to be ingrained in their cultures. Yet, even this spirit has been further corrupted by the admixture of Soviet-style Bolshevism which destroys the idea of God, future judgment, and an afterlife. It truly reduces mankind to jungle law where only might makes right. Even though might makes right is a preposterous notion, I take this opportunity to advise you that if the bad guys feel they need guns to dominate the world, then the good guys also need guns to protect themselves. Don’t let the powers-that-be strip you of your God-given right of self-defense.
I reemphasize that communists are destroyers. They are the lords of chaos. They love death and destruction and chaos. Mao stated that “the country must be . . . destroyed and then re-formed. This applies to the country, to the nation, and to mankind . . . The destruction of the universe is the same . . . People like me long for its destruction, because when the old universe is destroyed, a new universe will be formed. Isn’t that better!” (Chang and Halliday, Mao: The Unknown Story, 15). It is a prevailing idea among the global Elite that in order to build a utopia, they must burn the world. Only out of the ashes of this conflagration can the Red phoenix rise.
Red China’s war lust extends to its own people. While the Soviet GULAG is more well-known, the Chinese GULAG was perhaps even more extensive. And it still exists today, holding millions of political prisoners and dissidents. It is a patent lie that the United States incarcerates more people on the planet than any other nation. Today, entire populations live and work as slave labor in prison camps, often producing the cheap goods that make their way to foreign markets. And somewhere between one and two million Muslims have been imprisoned in western China. The entire nation of China is one giant prison camp!
The description of China as a massive prison camp is more fact than fiction. For starters, the bulk of the population of China is being issued documents with RFID tracking chips embedded in them. All new Chinese vehicles must now contain RFID tracking chips. Additionally, the regime has installed over 200 million surveillance cameras (expected to increase to over 600 million by 2020) to monitor for so-called dissident or suspicious activity. These cameras often include advanced facial recognition software – technology which China is happily exporting abroad to places such as Panama.
Even worse than RFID chips and cameras, the regime has initiated a draconian “social credit” system – a system which some American traitors are beginning to call for. Under this system, Chinese subjects are given a “social credit” score which decides whether they can access public transport and receive benefits. Millions have already been banned from flying, for instance, because they received bad “social credit” scores due to their behavior not strictly conforming to Communist Party dictates. It’s the ultimate in political correctness. Mao would have been proud.
When Chinese subjects become fed up with their oppression and riot, which they frequently do, the communists crack down with a heavy hand. The Tiananmen Square Massacre of 1989 highlights this perfectly. A group of non-violent college student protesters gathered in Beijing on Tiananmen Square to peacefully protest the abuses of the regime and petition for greater Freedom. They even constructed a thirty-foot tall Statue of Liberty to show their solidarity with the free world.
The Reds could not tolerate this challenge to their usurped and illegitimate authority. So the communists did what they do best – they brought in military units and mercilessly slaughtered thousands of the protesters over the course of several bloody days. They rolled over and crushed them with tanks, machine gunned them down, rounded them up to be shot, and imprisoned others.
Though the regime attempted to stop foreign journalists from reporting on the facts of the atrocities, the truth came out. I quote from pages 28-29 of Edward Timperlake’s and William C. Triplett II’s book Red Dragon Rising: Communist China’s military threat to America:
“How many people were killed in Beijing on June 3-4, 1989, and in the immediate aftermath? . . . we believe the PLA killed between 4,000 and 6,000 civilians. Early on the morning of June 4, the Chinese Red Cross announced that 2,600 had died, and later that day the Swiss ambassador, who has diplomatic responsibility for the International Red Cross, calculated 2,700 civilian deaths. But as Amnesty International points out, PLA troops continued to open fire on civilians for several days after the June 3-4 massacre, so the number of dead and wounded exceeded the Red Cross’s quick count on the morning of the 4th. On June 6, for example, tanks clearing streets for supply trucks opened fire on a group of children, killing two fourteen-year-old boys and a twelve-year-old girl.
“Three days after the massacre, NATO intelligence offered an estimate of 7,000 deaths – 6,000 civilians and 1,000 soldiers. Some Soviet-bloc estimates were even higher – 10,000 killed. A PLA defector in 1996 claimed that a document circulating among military officers had estimated that more than 3,700 people had been killed.”
As of this writing, Hong Kong is undergoing protests aimed at the Chinese government and their puppet administration in Hong Kong. The Communist Party police have violently attacked the protesters, causing protesters to retaliate in kind. Thousands are attempting to flee via the airport as Chinese troops amass at the border and threaten to enter the district and violently quell the anti-communist dissent. Some experts predict that the Chinese military will send in special troops disguised as police units.
If China continues its belligerence and its puppets in Hong Kong continue to sell out the people’s rights to the regime in Beijing, there might very well be a second Tiananmen Square. Yet, the people of Hong Kong continue to wave American flags and denounce the communists while our own woefully ignorant President Trump calls China’s ruthless leader, Xi Jinping, a “good man” and “a great leader who very much has the respect of his people.” God be with the people of Hong Kong.
Oppression of one’s subjects is the rule in communist regimes. The Soviet Union is the prime example of this. While Mao and his fellow Chinese Reds murdered more people than anyone else in earth’s history, the evidence suggests that the mass slaughters in Soviet Russia were even more sadistic and inhuman. The Soviet Bolsheviks crucified people, cut open people’s stomachs and tore out their intestines, gangraped women to death (some while crucified), crushed heads with steam hammers, pried open skulls and took out the victim’s brains, flayed the skin of others, boiled people to death Inquisition-style, deliberately starved millions by taking away their food, and tortured and violated people in every hideous and monstrous way imaginable.
I suspect their exceptional brutality stems from growing up in Christian nations, yet rejecting Christ outright. As I’ve documented, there is much evidence to suggest that a number of the leading communists through the ages were actually Satanists. Weishaupt, Marx, Lenin, and others were almost certainly Satanists. In 1949, a Soviet general asked a Catholic priest: “We are Satan’s elite, but you, are you God’s elite?” (Richard Wurmbrand, Marx & Satan, 123).
Beyond this, a disproportionately large number of the communists – including each of the three men named above – were Jewish. Winston Churchill noted: “There is no need to exaggerate the part played in the creation of Bolshevism and in the actual bringing about of the Russian Revolution, by these international and for the most part atheistical Jews, it is certainly a very great one; it probably outweighs all others” (Churchill, “Zionism versus Bolshevism: A Struggle for the Soul of the Jewish People,” Illustrated Sunday Herald, February 8, 1920).
These religion-hating Jewish Bolsheviks especially relished attacking and degrading the Christian population of Russia and causing as many as possible to blaspheme the holy name of Christ. Whatever the reason for their boundless barbarity, it was this same Soviet regime that extended its tentacles into China and provided the funding, resources, guidance, and international propaganda which enabled Mao to seize power. China remains to this day the greatest notch in the Red belt of global conquest.
Mao’s dark shadow still hangs over China. The ruling regime follows the path outlined by Mao, Marx, Lenin, Stalin, and their fellow conspirators. Harun Yahya wrote:
“From Mao’s death in 1976 to the present, the Communist Party still governs. China adopted the rules of a capitalist economy and has made great economic advances as a result, but its political system is still Communist. And strangely, Mao, the murderer of tens of millions of Chinese, is still regarded by the Chinese as a holy figure. . . .
“Obviously, Maoism still dominates China. It’s not simply an inheritance of aged Communist Party administrators from Mao’s time, but a living inheritance for a younger generation still blindly bound to Marxism. Peasants and the uneducated masses view Mao as a supreme being; most intellectuals consciously espouse and disseminate Marxist-Leninist-Maoist ideology. Chinese capitalism is simply hiding and strengthening Maoism.
“China is the world’s most populous country, and its economy continues to grow. Its arms production is such that, in the 21st century, it is thought that China will rival the United States as a superpower. That an ever-stronger China is still Maoist, with “Mao-mania” thriving among its 1.2 billion population, shows once against that Communism is not dead but is only hidden. Worse still, this is Maoist Communism, the most barbarous and brutal version.
“Mao is alive not only in China, but internationally. . . .
“. . . The international Communist net stretches back to Red China’s bloody dictatorship and continues as a serious threat to the world” (Yahya, Communism in Ambush, 180, 183-184).
No honest individual can deny that Red China is a fully-committed communist nation and that Maoism still reigns. President Xi Jinping is a communist and the Communist Party rules China. I appeal to the Chinese constitution for proof:
“Since the Party’s 18th National Congress, Chinese Communists, with Comrade Xi Jinping as their chief representative, in response to contemporary developments and by integrating theory with practice, have systematically addressed the major question of our times—what kind of socialism with Chinese characteristics the new era requires us to uphold and develop and how we should uphold and develop it, thus giving shape to Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era. The Thought is a continuation and development of Marxism-Leninism, Mao Zedong Thought, Deng Xiaoping Theory, the Theory of Three Represents, and the Scientific Outlook on Development. It is the latest achievement in adapting Marxism to the Chinese context, a crystallization of the practical experience and collective wisdom of the Party and the people, an important component of the theoretical system of socialism with Chinese characteristics, and a guide to action for the entire Party and all the Chinese people to strive for the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation, and must be upheld long term and constantly developed. Under the guidance of Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era, the Communist Party of China has led the Chinese people of all ethnic groups in a concerted effort to carry out a great struggle, develop a great project, advance a great cause, and realize a great dream, ushering in a new era of socialism with Chinese characteristics.”
Yes, China is still Red, still upholds Marxism-Leninism and Maoism, is still ruled by the Communist Party, and still constitutes a massive threat to humanity. The further evidence for this claim fills volumes. Nevin Gussack’s book Red Dawn in Retrospect contains powerful evidence of China’s evil intentions regarding the United States and the free world. Among its pages, we find quotes like the following from Chinese leaders:
“(As for the United States), for a relatively long time it will be absolutely necessary that we quietly nurse our sense of vengeance . . . We must conceal our abilities and bide our time” (Lieutenant General Mi Zhenyu, in Gussack, Red Dawn in Retrospect, 185).
“Because the Midwest states of the U.S. are sparsely populated, in order to increase the lethality, [our] nuclear attacks should mainly target the key cities on the West Coast of the United States, such as Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego . . . The 12 JL-2 nuclear warheads carried by one single Type 094 SSBN can kill and wound 5 million to 12 million Americans . . . If we launch our DF 31A ICBMs over the North Pole, we can easily destroy a whole list of metropolises on the East Coast and the New England region of the U.S., including Annapolis, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Portland, Baltimore and Norfolk, whose population accounts for about one-eighth of America’s total residents” (Chinese state media in 2013, in Gussack, Red Dawn in Retrospect, 186).
“In history, the Western powers used warships and opium to colonize China. Now the opposite has happened. We will use our open policy, seize the economic crisis in the West as a historical moment, and use effective measures to turn them into Socialist China’s economic and cultural colonies . . . Our colonization of these countries is the historical process of communism’s triumph over rotten capitalism. We Chinese communists must shoulder the great historical mission, and use socialism to defeat capitalism, eventually liberating the entire humanity with Communism” (Then General Secretary of the Communist Party Hu Jintao, in Gussack, Red Dawn in Retrospect, 187).
“[O]ur national defense policy has taken a 180 degree turn and we have since emphasized more and more ‘combining peace and war’ . . . We have made a tremendous effort to construct ‘The Great Wall Project’ to build up, along our coastal and land frontiers as well as around large and medium-sized cities, a solid underground ‘Great Wall’ that can withstand a nuclear war. We are also storing all necessary war materials. Therefore, we will not hesitate to fight a Third World War, so as to lead the people to go out and to ensure the Party’s leadership position. In any event, we, the CCP [Chinese Communist Party], will never step down from the stage of history! We’d rather have the whole world, or even the entire globe, share life and death with us than step down from the stage of history!!! . . . .
“Only countries like the United States, Canada and Australia have the vast land to serve our need for mass colonization. Therefore, solving the ‘issue of America’ is the key to solving all other issues . . . We need to liberate them [Asians living in America]. Second, after solving the ‘issue of America,’ the Western countries in Europe would bow to us, not to mention to Taiwan, and other small countries. . . .
“. . . Comrade Xiaoping . . . could have sated ‘The relationship between China and United States is one of a life-and-death struggle.’ Of course, right now it is not the time to openly break up with them yet. Our reform and opening to the outside world still rely on their capital and technology, we still need America. Therefore, we must do everything we can to promote our relationship with America, learn from America in all aspects and use America as an example to reconstruct our country . . . The hidden message is: we must put up with America; we must conceal our ultimate goals, hide our capabilities and await the opportunity. In this way, our mind is clear. . . .
“. . . if the United States as the leader is gone, then other enemies have to surrender to us . . . If our biological weapons succeed in the surprise attack (on the United States), the Chinese people will be able to keep their losses at a minimum in the fight against the United States. If, however, the attack fails and triggers a nuclear retaliation from the United States, China would perhaps suffer a catastrophe in which more than half of its population would perish. That is why we need to be ready with air defense systems for our big and medium-sized cities. . . .
“It is indeed brutal to kill one or two hundred million Americans. But that is the only path that will secure a Chinese century, a century in which the CCP leads the world” (General Chi Haotian in 2005, in Gussack, Red Dawn in Retrospect, 187-188. The authenticity of this leaked statement is sometimes questioned, yet several experts have verified it and others, including myself, note how well it harmonizes with known communist objective. But it has not been admitted or denied by China. Additionally, various facts can be absolutely verified, such as the existence of a massive “Underground Great Wall” stretching over thousands of miles of China and containing nuclear weapons facilities, railroad tracks to ship troops and equipment, food supplies, etc.).
Other statements could be cited, but these suffice. The Chinese leadership – especially the leadership of the People’s Liberation Army – hates America and fully intends to fight, and win, a future war against us. This war will be nuclear at least at first. It will include terrifying bio-chemical weapons and the most advanced death machines ever devised. Since the communists took over China, the Chinese have planned and prepared for this war because they know, in accordance with the communist doctrine of world revolution, that it is inevitable.
We cannot say we haven’t been warned. The enemy loves deception and are masters of obfuscation, yet any right-thinking person can see through the lies and discern the true heart of Marxism. And our greatest Liberty champions have warned us about Red China’s threat. Ezra Taft Benson, for instance, warned:
“[T]here is little doubt that the leaders of Red China view war as inevitable and await only the propitious moment in which to strike.
“What we face today is not just a cold war, not just a struggle for the control of land, sea, air, and even outer space, but total competition for the control of men’s minds. Unless we meet it and defeat it, we shall almost inevitably one day face the loss of all that we hold dear” (Benson, “Communist Threat to the Americas,” General Conference, October, 1960).
As the anniversary of the founding of the Maoist regime in China approaches, let’s remember what horrors that regime perpetrated and what it is still capable of doing. Let us remember that China is a communist nation ruled by the Communist Party under devoted communist Xi Jinping. Let us remember that this malignant regime did not hesitate to murder upwards of 100 million of its own people to further communist “progress” and that it will not flinch when the time comes to consign hundreds of millions of our people to their graves in pursuit of Marxist world utopia.
Red China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, and their allies have a horrible fate in store for us if we are blithe enough to walk into their trap. Unfortunately, we already have one foot in the trap! “We have traveled far into the soul-destroying land of socialism” (President David O. McKay, Deseret News, October 18, 1952) and are well on the way to full communism without even realizing it. Yet, there are millions of us who are awake and aware. We will not go down into communist slavery – especially not Chinese captivity – without a fight.
In the end, after war ravishes our beloved Republic and people are forced to confront the communist conspiracy in all its Satanic savagery, have been forced to acknowledge that the “conspiracy theorists” were right, and have humbled themselves before Jesus Christ, then will God deliver a remnant to restore Freedom. While it might look for a season that the Red Chinese and Soviet Russians have won, ultimate victory will be ours. When all is said and done, the Red regime in Beijing will go down to everlasting defeat along with its godfather in Moscow. Let this be the happy thought that fills your mind as you see the communists commemorate Mao’s Red revolution in China.
August 16, 2019.