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Marx and Satan, Richard Wurmbrand

Marx and Satan, Richard Wurmbrand

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Marx and Satan, by Richard Wurmbrand
This book is an essential read to understand the evil, amoral and humanist nature of Marxism and everything that is based on Marxism; Leninism, Stalinism, Bolshevism, Trotskyism, Maoism, Communism, Socialism, etc. I'm firmly convinced that Karl Marx was a satanist prior to his death and Wurmbrand makes that case nicely, but you'll have to decide that for yourself. Could that be why, to this date, 80 or so volumes of Marx's writings are to this day STILL sealed in the Kremlin basement?

For those of you who may not understand why there are such deep convictions against anything derived of Marxism, which is a long list of "ism's", this book is for you. If you are a person of any Judeo-Christian faith, I strongly encourage you to read what Richard wrote. Having studied Marxism-Leninism for many years, I am firmly convinced, as is the writer of this book, Richard Wurmbrand, that Karl Marx became a satanist early in his life. If true, that makes Marx's writings Das Kapital and The Communist Manifesto, satanic, which of course makes anything derived of it, satanic too. There is some room for error, but this is no overreaching claim. The evidence is there for you, if you choose to accept it.

A couple of things also for your consideration. The writer of this book, a man of Christian faith and conviction, spent 14 years of his life imprisoned in Europe for his outspoken views of Communism. Does that sound like a man unwilling to speak the truth? Aside from the accounts described in this book, another unexplained oddity about Marx's writings remains unresolved. There are still 87 volumes, of 100 total, of Marx's writings secreted away under lock and key somewhere in the Kremlin. Ask yourself why. Why would so popular a man in Socialist "Marxist" ideologies, whose previous books are almost required reading in today's colleges, have so many hidden and unpublished writings?

Could it be that where there is still some room for doubt about his satanism, those 87 volumes in Russia would remove all doubt?
Marx and Satan, by Richard Wurmbrand
This book is an essential read to understand the evil, amoral and humanist nature of Marxism and everything that is based on Marxism; Leninism, Stalinism, Bolshevism, Trotskyism, Maoism, Communism, Socialism, etc. I'm firmly convinced that Karl Marx was a satanist prior to his death and Wurmbrand makes that case nicely, but you'll have to decide that for yourself. Could that be why, to this date, 80 or so volumes of Marx's writings are to this day STILL sealed in the Kremlin basement?

For those of you who may not understand why there are such deep convictions against anything derived of Marxism, which is a long list of "ism's", this book is for you. If you are a person of any Judeo-Christian faith, I strongly encourage you to read what Richard wrote. Having studied Marxism-Leninism for many years, I am firmly convinced, as is the writer of this book, Richard Wurmbrand, that Karl Marx became a satanist early in his life. If true, that makes Marx's writings Das Kapital and The Communist Manifesto, satanic, which of course makes anything derived of it, satanic too. There is some room for error, but this is no overreaching claim. The evidence is there for you, if you choose to accept it.

A couple of things also for your consideration. The writer of this book, a man of Christian faith and conviction, spent 14 years of his life imprisoned in Europe for his outspoken views of Communism. Does that sound like a man unwilling to speak the truth? Aside from the accounts described in this book, another unexplained oddity about Marx's writings remains unresolved. There are still 87 volumes, of 100 total, of Marx's writings secreted away under lock and key somewhere in the Kremlin. Ask yourself why. Why would so popular a man in Socialist "Marxist" ideologies, whose previous books are almost required reading in today's colleges, have so many hidden and unpublished writings?

Could it be that where there is still some room for doubt about his satanism, those 87 volumes in Russia would remove all doubt?

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Marx and Satan, by Richard Wurmbrand
Marx and Satan
Von Richard Wurmbrand
INTRODUCTIONONE Changed LoyaltiesTWO Against All GodsTHREE Ruined FaithFOUR Too LateFIVE A Cruel CounterfeitSIX A Spiritual WarfareSEVEN Marx, Darwin, and RevolutionEIGHT Angels of LightNINE Whom Will We Serve?TEN Marx or Christ?APPENDIX: Can Communism Be Christian?
INTRODUCTION
This work started as a small brochure containing only hints about possible connections betweenMarxism and the Satanist church.
 
No one had ventured to write about this before. Therefore I was cautious, even timid. But in thecourse of time more and more evidence has accumulated in my files, evidence I hope willconvince you of the spiritual danger part and parcel of communism.Marxism hasgoverned over one-third of mankind. If it could be shown that the originators andperpetrators of this movement were indeed behind closed-doors devil-worshipers, consciouslyexploiting Satanic powers, would not such a startling realization require action?If some were to reject my thesis out of hand, it would not surprise me. Science and technologyadvance at a rapid pace because we are always ready to scrap obsolescent machinery in favour of new conveniences. It is quite different in affairs ofsociology or religion. Ideas die hard, and amindset, unlike a computer chip, is not easily altered or replaced. Even fresh evidence may failto persuade. The doors of some minds have rusty hinges. But I offer credit e proofs to supportmy thesis, and I invite you to carefully consider them.The Communists certainly took note of this book, which has been translated into Russian,Chinese, Romanian, German, Slovak, and other languages, and was smuggled into Iron Curtaincountries in great quantities. For instance, the East Berlin journal
 Deutsche Lehrerzeitung,
under
the heading “The Killer of Marx,” denounced my book vehemently, calling it “the most broadlybased, provocative, and heinous work written against Marx.”
Can Marx be so easily destroyed? Is thishis Achil
les’ heel? Would Marxism be discredited if 
men knew about his connection with Satanism? Do enough people care?Marxism is
the
great fact of modern life. Whatever your opinion of it, whether or not you believein the existence of Satan, whatever importance you attach to the cult of Satan practiced in certaincircles, I ask you to consider, weigh, and judge the documentation I present here.I trust it will help you orient yourself to the problems with which Marxism still confronts everyinhabitantof the globe today.The majority of the members of the Russian Parliament remain Communists. Russia and itssurrounding area remain on the brink of Civil war.
Ed. Notes 1993
Richard WurmbrandONE-CHANGED LOYALTIES
Marx’s Christian Writings
 
Today much of the world is still Marxist. Marxism in one form or another is embraced by manyin capitalist countries, too. There are even Christians, aid amazingly, clergymen, some in highstanding, who are sure that while Jesus might have had the right answers about how to get toheaven, Marx had the right answers about how to help the hungry, destitute, and oppressed hereon earth.Marx, it is said, was deeply humane. He was dominated by one idea: how to help the exploitedmasses. What impoverishes them, hemaintained, is capitalism. Once this rotten system isoverthrown after a transitional period of dictatorship of the proletariat, a society will emerge inwhich everyone will work according to his abilities in factories and farms belonging to thecollective, and will be rewarded according to his needs. There will be no state to rule over theindividual, no wars, no revolution, only an everlasting, universal brotherhood.In order for the masses to achieve happiness, more is needed than the overthrow of capitalism.Marx writes:The abolition of religion as the illusory happiness of man is a requisite for their real happiness.The call to abandon their illusions about their conditions is a call to abandon a condition whichrequires illusions. The criticism ofreligion is, therefore, the criticism of this vale of tears of which religion is the halo.Allegedly, Marx was antireligious because religion obstructs the fulfilment of the Communistideal, which he considered the only answer to the worlds problems.Thisis how Marxists explain their position, and sadly there are clergymen who explain it in thesame way. Rev Oestreicher of Britain said in a sermon:Communism, whatever its present varied forms of expression, both good and bad, is in origin amovement forthe emancipation of man from exploitation by his fellowman. Sociologically, the
Church was and largely still is on the side of the world’s exploiters. Karl Marx, whose theories
only thinly veil a passion for justice and brotherhood that has its roots in the Hebrew prophets,loathed religion because it was used as an instrument to perpetuate a status quo in which childrenwere slaves and worked to death in order to make others rich here in Britain. It was no cheap jibea hundred years ago to say that religio
n was the opium of the masses… As members of the body
of Christ we must come in simple penitence knowing that we owe a deep debt to everyCommunist.
Marxism makes an impression on people’s thinking because of its success, but success proves
nothing. Witchdoctors often succeed too. Success confirms error as well as truth. Conversely,failure can be construc
tive, opening the way to deeper truth. So an analysis of some of Marx’s
works should be made without regard to their success.Who was Marx? In his early youth, Karl Marx professed to be and lived as a Christian. His firstwritten work is called
The Union o f the Faithful with Christ 
. There we read these beautifulwords:

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Marxism kills your soul, your culture, and you!
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I met Brother Wumbrand and was shown his prison cell where he stored his Bibles for his Bible Book Store in Bucharest, Romania. This book is a must read about reality, and the wonderful thing about reality is,,, it always brings you back to reality.
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I met Brother Wumbrand and this is a must read that expresses reality. And "the wonderful thing about reality is that, it always brings you back to reality."

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