Is Communism Really Dead? PDF Print E-mail

 Could you imagine anyone openly selling Nazi symbols in Berlin in 1948? Yet communist badges and publications are being openly flaunted and sold throughout Europe.

Would National Socialism (Nazism) have been declared dead while ex-Nazi’s held every important position of power throughout half of Europe? Yet today we are expected to believe that International Socialism (communism) is dead while the same officials remain in power in most of Eastern Europe. (When did you ever hear of an ex-Nazi in power anywhere?)

Of course those who declare that communism is dead ignore the obvious fact that 1 200 Million people live under communist tyranny in Red China. And of course millions more suffer under dictatorships in North Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Cuba, Serbia and other communist regimes.

Could you imagine the Gestapo still in power in 1948? Yet the same KGB is still in control today. Do you think it would have been reasonable for the German Olympic teams to have worn swastika symbols on their uniforms at the London Olympics of 1948? Yet the Russian/Commonwealth/ Team wore the communist hammer and sickle on their uniforms during the Barcelona Olympics of 1992.

Would the Second World War have been declared over if German troops still occupied Norway, Belgium, Holland, France, etc? Yet the Cold War is declared won while Russian troops continue to occupy Poland, Eastern Germany, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Ukraine, and other supposedly independent states.

There has been no equivalent of the Nurnburg Trials for those communists who authorised the laying of millions of landmines and booby trapped toys in Afghanistan. The same journalists and film producers who remind us that we must “never forget” the holocaust and “never again” allow National Socialism to rise, seem strangely sympathetic to the socialist perpetrators of the 70 year holocaust in Russia and decades of oppression in Eastern Europe and China.

Clearly socialism has proved to be an economic, social and moral disaster of epic proportions. Certainly the people of Eastern Europe have rejected socialism. But lacking full and free information and education, and lacking the necessary weapons and experience they have so far been incapable of truly winning full freedom. The lessons of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries indicate that Eastern Europe is not going to win true and lasting freedom without the generations of revival and reformation, and an armed citizenry that established “Lex Rex” (constitutional rule) in Germany, England and the United States. And the foundations we need to be laying for revival and reformation began with prayer, evangelism, repentance and Bible teaching.

“Be very careful then, how you live - not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord’s will is.” Ephesians 5:15-17

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