Communism’s Indispensible Instinct: Terror

Anarchy and terror are indispensible tools for Marxism and communism.
Marx and Engels, the founders of communism, personally advocated violence and terror.

Terror became an inseparable part of communist ideology with Lenin, who put Marx’s theory into practice. These words of Lenin’s make that very clear:

" In principle we have never rejected, and cannot reject, terror. " (Lenin: "Where to Begin", Collected Works, Vol. 5, Moscow, 1961, p. 19)

"... WHEN PEOPLE CHARGE US WITH HARSHNESS we wonder how they can forget the rudiments of Marxism." ("Speech to the All-Russia Extraordinary Commission Staff," Collected Works, Vol. 28, pp. 169-170)

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Rivers of blood were spilled in Russia, China, Korea, Burma and Cuba because of their communist ideologies. Millions lost their lives and as many more were crippled.


In the 20th Century alone, 120 million people, men, women, children, the young, even babies and toddlers, lost their lives because of this cold, harsh and savage ideology known as ‘communism.’ And these are just the official figures: The real numbers of those who died from communist oppression are much higher. Even those who survived lived in a constant state of fear because the communist ideology regarded terror as an indispensible tool and obliged its followers to commit it. For example, this is how Lenin taught his communist comrades the need to commit acts of terror against the military and the police.

1) by leading the mass; 2) by attacking, whenever a favourable opportunity presents itself, policemen. . . and seizing their arms; 3) by rescuing the arrested or injured, when there are only few police about; 4) by getting on to the roofs or upper storeys of houses, etc., and showering stones or pouring boiling water on the troops, etc. …

..to launch attacks under favourable circumstances is not only every revolutionary’s right, but his plain duty. The killing of spies, policemen, gendarmes, the blowing up of police stations, the liberation of prisoners, the seizure of government funds for the needs of the uprising. . . every detachment of the revolutionary army must be ready to start such operations at a moment's notice." (Lenin, Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1972, Moscow, Vol. 9, pp. 420-424)

"The propagandists must supply each group with brief and simple recipes for making bombs… Squads must at once begin military training by launching operations immediately, at once. Some may at once undertake to kill a spy or blow up a police station, others to raid a bank to confiscate funds for the insurrection…" (Lenin, Collected Works, Vol. 9, p. 346)

When Lenin spoke at a workers’ meeting, he would describe how indispensible terror was to their cause in the most blatantly horrifying terms:

"We can’t expect to get anywhere unless we resort to terrorism: Speculators must be shot on the spot." ("Meeting of the Presidium of the Petrograd Soviet With Delegates From the Food Supply Organisations," Collected Works, Vol. 26, p. 501)

Lenin himself penned the following lines:

"… We are not at all opposed to political killing… Only in direct, immediate connection with the mass movement can and must individual terrorist acts be of value." (Lenin, Collected Works, Vol. 35, pp. 237-239)

As we have seen, communism commands death and destruction, the inflicting of fear, alarm and terror, and attacking and killing the troops and police officers of one's own country without so much as batting an eye.
Under this system, human emotions, such as compassion, pity and conscience are annihilated. It expects people to behave as ‘animals,’ in the same way that a wild animal will fight to the death with members of its own species for food or territory.  Communism is based on Darwinism, and Darwinism teaches people that they are simply a kind of animal, and that they must fight to survive in the same way that animals do.

That urge to shed blood is quite clear when one looks at communist publications:

In the Bolshevik newspaper Krasnaya Gazeta, Lenin advocates the drowning of all of Russia in blood:

“We will turn our hearts into steel, which we will temper in the fire of suffering and the blood of fighters for freedom. We will make our hearts cruel, hard, and immovable, so that no mercy will enter them, and so that they will not quiver at the sight of a sea of enemy blood. … Without mercy, without sparing, we will kill our enemies in scores of hundreds. Let them be thousands; let them drown themselves in their own blood. For the blood of Lenin and Uritsky, Zinovief and Volodarski, let there be floods of the blood of the bourgeois - more blood, as much as possible.” (September 1, 1918, Krasnaya Gazeta)

The writings and statements of almost all communist leaders, not just Lenin, make it abundantly clear that terror is an inseparable element of the communist ideology. For example, Felix Dzershinsky, a communist leader of his era and first chief of the notorious secret police, the Cheka, said this in an interview:

We stand for organized terror – this should be frankly admitted. Terror is an absolute necessity during times of revolution.” (Felix Dzerzhinsky, July 14, 1918, interviewed in Novaia Zhizn)

Trotsky, who was initially rejected by the Bolsheviks for not being sufficiently cruel and not seeking to shed blood in the same way as they did, also admitted there could be no communism without terror:

“But the revolution does require of the revolutionary class that it should attain its ends by all methods at its disposal—if necessary, by an armed rising; if required, by terrorism.” (Leon Trotsky, Terrorism and Communism, Ch. 4 Terrorism)

Mao Tse Tung, the notorious dictator personally responsible for the deaths of more than 60 million people, describes how communism cannot be espoused in the absence of violence:

“A revolution is an insurrection, an act of violence by which one class overthrows another." (Mao Tse Tung, Red Book, Chapter 2: Classes and the Class Struggle)

In Turkey today, the PKK, a Marxist-Leninist, Stalinist communist organization, is employing the same tools used by these bloodthirsty leaders. Under the influence of the Darwinian indoctrination that regards life as a battleground, these separatist militants are capable of slaughtering babies, the elderly and innocent people without a second thought. They martyr our troops and police and resort to all forms of terror. Since they do not regard themselves and others as entities created by God in possession of a soul, a mind and a conscience, they are capable of treating other people in the way that animals treat other animals. This scourge can only come to a complete end through the elimination of the foundation of that violence, in other words, Darwinism.

A wide-ranging dissemination of scientific anti-communist and anti-Darwinist information is essential against a communist separatist movement that gathers support through communist propaganda.

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COMMUNISM’S INDISPENSIBLE INSTINCT: TERROR

Anarchy and terror are an indispensible tool for Marxism and communism.
Marx and Engels, the founders of communism, personally advocated violence and terror.

 

" In principle we have never rejected, and cannot reject, terror. " (Lenin: "Where to Begin", Collected Works, Vol. 5, Moscow, 1961, p. 19)

"... When people charge us with harshness we wonder how they can forget the rudiments of Marxism." ("Speech to the All-Russia Extraordinary Commission Staff," Collected Works, Vol. 28, pp. 169-170)

Oceans of blood were spilled in Russia, China, Korea, Burma and Cuba because of their communist ideology. Millions lost their lives and many more were crippled.



In the 20th Century alone, 120 million people, men, women, children, the young, even babies and toddlers lost their lives because of ‘communism.’

The communist ideology regards terror as an indispensible tool and obliges its followers to commit it.

"They must arm themselves as best they can (rifles, revolvers, bombs, knives, knuckle-dusters, sticks, rags soaked in kerosene for starting fires, ropes or rope ladders, shovels for building barricades, pyroxylin cartridges, barbed wire, nails, etc., etc.). … Even without arms, the groups can play a most important part: 1) by leading the mass; 2) by attacking, whenever a favourable opportunity presents itself, policemen. . . and seizing their arms; 3) by rescuing the arrested or injured, when there are only few police about; 4) by getting on to the roofs or upper storeys of houses, etc., and showering stones or pouring boiling water on the troops, etc. …

..to launch attacks under favourable circumstances is not only every revolutionary’s right, but his plain duty. The killing of spies, policemen, gendarmes, the blowing up of police stations, the liberation of prisoners, the seizure of government funds for the needs of the uprising. . . every detachment of the revolutionary army must be ready to start such operations at a moment's notice." (Lenin, Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1972, Moscow, Vol. 9, pp. 420-424)

"The propagandists must supply each group with brief and simple recipes for making bombs… Squads must at once begin military training by launching operations immediately, at once. Some may at once undertake to kill a spy or blow up a police station, others to raid a bank to confiscate funds for the insurrection…" (Lenin, Collected Works, Vol. 9, p. 346)

"We can’t expect to get anywhere unless we resort to terrorism: Speculators must be shot on the spot." ("Meeting of the Presidium of the Petrograd Soviet With Delegates From the Food Supply Organisations," Collected Works, Vol. 26, p. 501)

"… We are not at all opposed to political killing… Only in direct, immediate connection with the mass movement can and must individual terrorist acts be of value." (Lenin, Collected Works, Vol. 35, pp. 237-239)

Communism is based on Darwinism.


“We will turn our hearts into steel, which we will temper in the fire of suffering and the blood of fighters for freedom. We will make our hearts cruel, hard, and immovable, so that no mercy will enter them, and so that they will not quiver at the sight of a sea of enemy blood. … Without mercy, without sparing, we will kill our enemies in scores of hundreds. Let them be thousands; let them drown themselves in their own blood. For the blood of Lenin and Uritsky, Zinovief and Volodarski, let there be floods of the blood of the bourgeois - more blood, as much as possible.” (September 1, 1918, Krasnaya Gazeta)

Terror –  Communism

The communist leader Felix Dzerzhinsky defends terror:

We stand for organized terror – this should be frankly admitted. Terror is an absolute necessity during times of revolution.” (Felix Dzerzhinsky, July 14, 1918, interviewed in Novaia Zhizn)

“But the revolution does require of the revolutionary class that it should attain its ends by all methods at its disposal—if necessary, by an armed rising; if required, by terrorism.” (Ann Arbor, Leon Trotsky, Terrorism and Communism, University of Michigan, 1961, p. 58)

The bloody leader Mao Tse Tung says:

“A revolution is an insurrection, an act of violence by which one class overthrows another." (Mao Tse Tung, Red Book, Chapter 2: Classes and the Class Struggle)

The PKK is a communist and Darwinist organization.

The scourge of the PKK can only come to an end through the eradication of Darwinism.

The definitive solution to the scourge of the PKK is in disseminating anti-communist and anti-Darwinist information.

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