Skip to comments.Atheist Communists slaughtered more than 100 Million people in the last century
Posted on 05/16/2012 11:05:31 AM PDT by Milagros
Harold Eberle: "Christianity Unshackled: Are You A Truth Seeker," Destiny Image Publishers, 2009
Stalin was responsible for about 20 million deaths and Mao Zedong's regime for approximately 70 million.
Pol Pot, who led the Communist Party faction known as the Khmer Rouge, killed over 1.5 million of his own Cambodian people.6 Add to these numbers the atrocities committed by Soviet dictators like Lenin, Khrushchev, and Brezhnev.
Also add atheists like Fidel Castro and Kim Jong-il. All total, atheistic regimes have slaughtered more than 100 million people within the last 100 years. That averages to more than 1 million people per year.
See related, my reply to, Muslim propagandist: ' Most Communists, were White Christians, including Catholic Joseph Stalin.'
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That's just because Communism hasn't been done right yet, we just need to give it one more chance with the American progressive left in charge, then we will have utopia for sure.
Once we murder our way to the classless society, then what?
That is a bit of an underestimate. I think Mao got almost to that number all by himself.
That is why I found this image so frightening.
Amen Comrade. Those were not Communists but betrayers like Stalin and Mao to the true Communist ideal.
Well, then there will be only one guy left, and he will be a Marxist, unable to produce food, only able to order it produced.
He will starve to death.
You be right.
I wish this guy wouldn’t talk about atheist Communism. That is where we are headed.
Black Book of Communism spells out how many were killed and in what countries.
Why do you think Hitler (yimach shemo vezikhro!) was worse than any Communist? Because he was a bigot. If he had only killed fifteen million people or so in twelve years at random he would have gone down in history as a gentle visionary. But oh, no. He had to mar his perfectly justified social engineering with . . . with . . . prejudice! That was uncalled for. Yuck. That's why his primary categorization by history is not dictator, mass murderer, warmonger, breaker of solemn promises, or any other such thing, but "bigot." This means he's just as bad as Archie Bunker!
Why do you think a "hate crime" is so much worse than a regular crime? Because bigotry is involved. Murder is a bad thing. But bigotry is an abomination that cannot be tolerated! Don't get me wrong; murder is a bad thing and it should be discouraged. After all . . . it could lead to bigotry.
I hope this clears up your questions on this subject and leads to correct thinking on your part from now on. If not, I shall report you to the Thought Police . . . er, by which I mean the good kind of Thought Police (ie, the one's who aren't bigots).[/sarcasm]
Why do Liberals seldom discuss these deaths?
Yes, indeed, we have to try REAL Communism next time!
Do we keep a baby corpse count of Planned Parenthood and private practice facilitators of the premeditated murder of children ? The murder of the innocent is, in reality, the final solution unmasked.
The human slaughter by communists is small potatoes, when compared to the UN baby body count, I'll betcha.
When globalists, atheists and homos whine about how violent religion is and how we could have peace if Christians were not around, remind them of the glorious peace atheism has visited upon mankind in recent history. One hundred million murdered by atheists and no end in sight.
The first wave of anti-Semitism in the east was spread much later in the Persian Empire by the vizier, Haman, "the Agagite, the Jews' enemy". Haman, who was of the seed of Agog, the Amalekite, conspired to destroy the Jewish population in Persia and Media.
We may imagine that the traditions of Haman's house were likely to inspire this hatred. These traditions told how Haman's royal forefather Agog had been dispossessed by a Jewish king and killed by a Jewish prophet.
In the Greek world no signs of racial antipathy toward Jews can be traced until the stories of Manetho began to circulate. The Jews were occasionally looked upon as a mysterious people, but no expression of animosity or contempt is preserved in the writings of the old authors.
The hatred, never extinguished in the memory of posterity, for the inhuman shepherd-conquerors was revived: the Jews were identified with the descendants of the Hyksos. Inaugurated by Manetho, an extensive Jew-baiting literature followed, and the stories of Manetho were told and retold and adorned by many writers.
An equally glowing hatred of the Amalekites persisted in the memory of the Jews. A Jewish mother even today frightens her child with an "Amalekite".
HIMMLER AND THE MUFTI
"The Mufti was one of the initiators of the systematic extermination of European Jewry and had been a collaborator and adviser of Eichmann and Himmler in the execution of this plan... He was one of Eichmann's best friends and had constantly incited him to accelerate the extermination measures. I heard him say, accompanied by Eichmann, he had visited incognito the gas chambers of Auschwitz."
Amin el Husseini also shares a resemblance to Haman, as an Amalekite (arab) perhaps moreso?
Libs love to go off on religions starting wars and killing lots of people. The fact of the twentieth century was that one godless ideology (communism) and one that tried to invoke God (Nazism) for its own evil purposes while murdering thousands of religious people between them slaughtered one hundred million. Let’s see the atheists get around that.
Husseini's history and complicity in both the Armenian genocide and the Holocaust must also never be forgotten.
Wow. Great stuff.
Another mention of the Grand Mufti appears on page 350 of The Autobiography of Malcolm X (Grove Press, Second Printing, New York 1965.):
“As some of the poorest pilgrims heard me preach, so did some of the Holy World’s most important personages. I talked at length with the blue-eyed, blond-haired Hussein Amini, Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. We were introduced on Mt. Arafat by Kasem Gulick of the Turkish Parliament. Both were learned men; both were especially well-read on America. Kasem Gulick asked my why I had broken with Elijah Muhammad. I sad that I preferred not to elaborate upon our differences, in the interest of preserving the American black man’s unity. They both understood and accepted that.
Obviously, he meant “Amin Husseini,” and it was probably garbled in the editing.”