The Denial of Evil: 100 Years of Communism and 100 Million Dead – The LEFT Have NO Idea of What Lies Ahead

Originally written in February of 2021, I felt strongly to republish this now.

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The following is the article by Dennis Prager from I am taking the liberty to enhance the horror of Communism by placing graphic photos of that time in history which our world is obviously not remembering. 


One of the most highly regarded books of the 20th century was Ernest Becker’s “The Denial of Death.” Winner of the 1974 Pulitzer Prize, the book is regarded as a classic for its analysis of how human beings deny their mortality.

But there is something people deny more than mortality: evil. Someone should write a book on the denial of evil; that would be much more important because while we cannot prevent death, we can prevent evil.

The most glaring example of the denial of evil is communism, an ideology that, within a period of only 60 years, created modern totalitarianism and deprived of human rights, tortured, starved and killed more people than any other ideology in history.

Why people ignore, or even deny, communist evil is the subject of a previous column as well as a Prager University video, “Why Isn’t Communism as Hated as Nazism?” I will, therefore, not address that question here.

I will simply lay out the facts.

But before I do, I need to address another question: Why is it important that everyone know what communism did?

Here are three reasons:

First, we have a moral obligation to the victims not to forget them. Just as Americans have a moral obligation to remember the victims of American slavery, we have the same obligation to the billion victims of communism, especially the 100 million who were murdered.

Second, the best way to prevent an evil from reoccurring is to confront it in all its horror. The fact that many people today, especially young people, believe communism is a viable — even morally superior — option for modern societies proves they know nothing about communism’s moral record. Therefore, they do not properly fear communism — which means this evil could happen again.

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And why could it happen again?

That brings us to reason number three. The leaders of communist regimes and the vast number of people who helped those leaders torture, enslave and murder — plus the many more people who reported on their neighbors for saying something objectionable to the communists — were nearly all normal people. Of course, some were psychopaths, but most were not. Which proves that any society — including free ones — can devolve into communism or some analogous evil.

Now some facts:

According to the authoritative “The Black Book of Communism,” written by six French scholars and published in the United States by Harvard University Press, the numbers of people murdered — not people killed in combat; ordinary civilians trying to live their lives — by communist regimes were:

Latin America: 150,000.

Vietnam: 1 million.

Eastern Europe: 1 million.

Ethiopia: 1.5 million.

North Korea: 2 million.

Cambodia: 2 million.

The Soviet Union: 20 million (many scholars believe the number was considerably higher). 

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China: 65 million. 

Mao’s Great Leap Forward ‘killed 45 million in four years’ Read HERE

Just some of the 65 million souls murdered. by Chairman Mao

These numbers are quite conservative. For example, in Ukraine alone, the Soviet regime and its Ukrainian Communist Party helpers starved 5 to 6 million to death within a two-year period. It is almost inconceivable that only 14 to 15 million other Soviet citizens were murdered.

Russian children starved

And, of course, these numbers do not describe the suffering endured by hundreds of millions of people who were not murdered: the systematic stripping people of their right to speak freely, to worship, to start a business or even to travel without party permission; no noncommunist judiciary or media; the near-poverty of nearly all communist countries; the imprisonment and torture of vast numbers of people; and, of course, the trauma suffered by the hundreds of millions of friends and relatives of the murdered and imprisoned.

These numbers don’t tell you about the many starving Ukrainians who ate the flesh of people, often children, sometimes including their own; or the Romanian Christians whose communist prison guards forced them to eat feces to compel them to renounce their faith; or the frozen millions in the vast Soviet Siberian prison camp system known as the Gulag Archipelago; or the Vietnamese communists’ routine practice of burying peasants alive to terrorize people into supporting the communists; or Mao Zedong’s regular use of torture to punish opponents and intimidate peasants, like leading men through the streets with rusty wires through their testicles and burning the vaginas of wives of opponents with flaming wicks — Mao’s techniques to terrorize peasants into supporting the Chinese Communist Party in its early days.

Sources for the above:

Ukraine: Anne Applebaum, “Red Famine: Stalin’s War on Ukraine.”

Romania: Eugen Magirescu, “The Devil’s Mill: Memories of Pitesti Prison.” (Cited in Paul Kengor’s “The Devil and Karl Marx: Communism’s Long March of Death, Deception, and Infiltration.”)

Vietnam: Max Hastings, “Vietnam: An Epic Tragedy, 1945-1975.”

China: Jung Chang and Jon Halliday, “Mao: The Unknown Story.”

I return to the theme of the denial of evil.

People associate evil with darkness. But that is not accurate: It is easy to look into the dark; it is very hard to stare into bright light. One should therefore associate evil with extreme brightness, given that people rarely look at real evil. And those who do not confront real evil often make up evils (such as “systemic racism,” “toxic masculinity” and “heteronormativity” in 21st-century America) that are much easier to confront.

The Book of Psalms states, “Those of you who love God — you are to hate evil.”

In other words, you can’t love God if you don’t hate evil.

And if you don’t believe in God, here’s another way of putting it: “Those of you who love people — you are to hate evil.”

If you don’t hate communism, you don’t care about, much less love, people. Source

So, to you young folks who think that Communism is the answer for equality in nations, I pray that you will never forget the article by Dennis Prager and the graphic images of the staggering death toll in Communist countries.

You on the LEFT got your wish and now you must live with it. 

It has been said that Xi Jinping of China is more ruthless than Mao Zedung ever was. And guess who is buying up land and companies all over America because of the stolen election? Yes – it’s China; and Jinping’s plans for America are nefarious and brutal.

My dad used to say to us “You make your bed and then you lie in it.”

You on the Left have NO IDEA of what is ahead.

How Can I Be Saved?

Shalom B’Yeshua

And Now (as Paul Harvey would say) We Know The Rest of the Story: How TYRANT Justin Trudeau Became the PM of Canada

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When I read this story, it struck me how little we know of what is truly going on behind the geopolitical scenes. Satan has used Communism to crush many countries and murder millions of people

And now we watch as America is at a major crossroad. We must strive to bring our country back to its foundation, or watch as the U.S. is swept up by satanic globalists forces; our freedoms gone forever.


A Chinese regime-linked company published a re-issue of a communist propaganda travelogue by Pierre Trudeau shortly before his son, current Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, launched his career in politics, Peter Schweizer details in his new book Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win.

Pierre Trudeau, himself prime minister decades before his son, was a longtime supporter of communism and met with mass murderer Mao Zedong personally during the visit that would lead to him penning his book, Two Innocents in Red China, alongside colleague Jacques Hébert following travel in 1960.
Pierre Trudeau and Jacques Hébert’s communist China travelogue.
The tenures of both Trudeaus at the helm of the Canadian government, Schweizer meticulously documents, are marred with extensive business dealings with companies linked to the Chinese Communist Party. The incumbent Trudeau has faced several scandals involving allegations of illicit lobbying insufficient action in the face of a litany of Chinese human rights abuses, including against Canadian citizens.

“Obviously, my family has historical ties with China,” Justin Trudeau affirmed in 2012, Red-Handed details, as he promoted further linking his country’s economy to China.
Long before Justin Trudeau became prime minister, however, he joined a Liberal Party youth task force in 2006. Shortly before that, the Chinese government – through the “Shanghai People’s Publishing House” – published a Chinese written language edition of Two Innocents in Red China. The book intends to tell the story of two young men using travel and adventure to discovery the glories of communism, in the style of communist killer Ernesto “Che” Guevara’s Motorcycle Diaries. The film version of the Motorcycle Diaries became a Hollywood hitabout two years before China republished Two Innocents in Red China.

“This travelogue of his visit to China is filled with naïveté and revolutionary sloganeering,” Schweizer writes in Red-Handed. “Trudeau and Hébert posed for pictures with the members of Young Pioneers, the Communist Party Youth Group rich in indoctrination, and proclaimed, “’it is these red-scarfed kids who in twenty years will be the New Men of a country which at that time will have a billion inhabitants.’”

The book effusively praises Mao Zedong, responsible for at least 50 million deaths.
“Indeed, the experience of that superb strategist, Mao Tse-tung, might lead us to conclude that in a vast and heterogeneous country, the possibility of establishing socialist strongholds in certain regions is the very best thing,” Trudeau and Hébert hoped.
Schweizer notes that the book was written amid the Great Leap Forward, a communist campaign believed to be responsible for the vast majority of Mao’s body count.

Red Guards and students, waving copies of Chairman Mao Zedong’s “Little Red Book,” parade in Beijing’s streets in June 1966 at the beginning of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. Following the May 1966 launch of the Cultural Revolution at Beijing University, the Red Guards went on a rampage in Chinese towns, terrorizing people, particularly the elderly. (JEAN VINCENT/AFP via Getty Images)

The propaganda team formed by the Red Guards of the Beijing Mechanical Engineering Institute recite in unison the quotations from “Mao Zedong Thought” in Tiananmen Square on November 2, 1966. (XINHUA/AFP via Getty Images)

A small group of Chinese youths walk past several dazibaos, the revolutionary placards, in February 1967 in downtown Beijing, during the “Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution.” (JEAN VINCENT/AFP via Getty Images)

Chinese Red Guards are seen in a truck with a portrait of Mao Zedong in Beijing in the late 1960s during the “Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution.” (AFP via Getty Images)1

This photo dated July 7, 1967, taken in the Nanshanglo administrative district not far from Beijing, was given the following caption by the Chinese Communist Party’s official news agency Xinhua: ”Every day, prior to starting work in the field, young people and young girls read and meditate together some of ”Mao Zedong Thought.” (XINHUA/AFP via Getty Images)

Elderly men and young boys stand amidst the rubble of a small Buddhist temple in a suburb of Beijing, after the Red Guard entered the temple and destroyed temple objects on August 24, 1966. After knocking over the statuary, the Red Guard pasted signs on the temple wall calling for an end to traditional Chinese objects. (AP Photo)

The statuary of a Buddhist temple is shown scattered on the grounds after the Red Guard rampaged through the temple on August 24, 1966. (AP Photo)

An image of Buddha in Lin Yin Temple in Hangchow, China, is plastered with signs from the Red Guard that read “Destroy the old world” and “Establish a new world,” on August 27, 1966. (AP Photo)

A poster displayed on a Beijing street in late 1966 shows how to deal with a so-called “enemy of the people” during the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. (JEAN VINCENT/AFP via Getty Images)

Red Guards drive truck through Wu Han on April 18, 1967, during the Cultural Revolution. (AP Photo)

With placards hanging around their necks, two Chinese men, so-called anti-revolutionary elements, are driven through the streets of Beijing by members of the Red Guard on January 8, 1967, during the early days of the Cultural Revolution. The photo was taken by a Japanese businessman from the window of his passing taxi. According to the photographer, there were about twenty more trucks loaded with prisoners following in this public display of punishment. (AP Photo)

“Beijing authorities were no doubt thrilled with Trudeau’s account of Maoist China. On the eve of his son Justin’s rise into national politics, a Chinese government-controlled publishing house released a Chinese-language version of the book,” Schweizer writes. “The book was launched at a lavish press conference in Shanghai with coauthor Jacques Hébert and Alexandre Trudeau, Justin’s younger brother, fielding questions from fifty Chinese journalists.”

Alexandre Trudeau has since become an official Chinese government propagandist, releasing a book copying his father’s style in 2016.

The government’s role in promoting the Trudeau family as Justin’s career launched became the subject of controversy in China after another Chinese publisher, Yilin Press, published The Legend Continues, an alleged memoir by Justin Trudeau, following his rise to prime minister.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks at a conference of the Canada-China Business Council in Montreal on September 23, 2016, during the visit of Chinese premier Li Keqiang. (CLEMENT SABOURIN/AFP via Getty Images)

“Curiously, some of Trudeau’s national security aides were not even aware that the rights to his memoir had been sold to Beijing, not ending out until 2021, after being contacted by the media,” Schweizer documents:

“I think what gets me is that this is all being sponsored by the propaganda department,” said Richard McFadden, a former Trudeau advisor who also served as the head of the Canadian intelligence service.

Trudeau’s aides would later explain that all profits from the book were going to the Red Cross. But the Globe and Mail newspaper could not con rm that claim with either the publisher or the Red Cross.

Trudeau has recently faced global criticism for his invocation of the Emergency Act, a never-before-used law to subdue terrorism and violent uprisings, against the peaceful Freedom Convoy movement, which is demanding an end to all coronavirus-related civil rights abuses by the Canadian state. Amid his call for police to violently vacate the protests in the national capital, Ottawa, video resurfaced of a pre-prime minister Trudeau praising China’s authoritarianism.

“There’s a level of admiration I actually have for China,” Trudeau said during a town hall in 2013. “Because their basic dictatorship is allowing them to actually turn their economy around on a dime and saying ‘We need to go greenest fastest, we need to start, you know, investing in solar.’” SOURCE

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