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The last dictator of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev (a member of the Trilateral Commission), sought only to mend the roof of his giant empire when its socialist foundations were rotten to the core.
In the west and even in the east, the symptoms of the Socialist disease have been discussed but not its ideological, political, or economic causes. For this reason, I would like to take this opportunity to inform the reader about the ideological foundations of Soviet power and about the real reasons behind the decision to spread Socialism-Communism throughout the world using cunning and violence, a decision, which has resulted in the greatest spiritual, social and ecological catastrophe in the history of mankind.
We do indeed find some similarities between the communist system and the power structure of the Christian church, especially regarding the ideology and the intolerant attitude. Even a few Christians (not many) have, in retrospect, condemned the Fathers of the Church for their atrocious acts of violence and for laying the foundations of a system of religious totalitarianism in Europe. Certain Christians have called these criminal Fathers of the Church and other barbaric lay members “sham” Christians.
The Bolsheviks had their own ten commandments and, like the church, they also mocked their opponents.
The Jesuit historian Luigi Ciccutini believed in 1950 that the church had the divine right to judge and intervene in any matter whatsoever. He claims that the church was justified in burning Filippo Giordano Bruno at the stake in February 1600. A similar danger awaits us if the communists (with the help of the financial elite) should ever grow strong again. After all their atrocities, we should ignore their pretty slogans.
One can characterize both Christianity and communism as extremely anti-cultural ideologies, both of which persecuted leading cultural figures. Both have impeded the free development of science. Due to the reactionary attitude of the church, many truths, scientific, religious and esoteric, have still not been accepted. One of the worst crimes of Christianity was the arson ordered by the patriarch Theophilus, which led to the complete destruction of the ancient world’s largest library in the Serapis temple of Alexandria in A. D. 391. The root of this crime was the church’s hatred and intolerance of knowledge springing from classical pagan Greco-Roman culture.
Another example is the murder of Hypatia in Alexandria, born 355 A.D. A mathematician, astronomer, and Platonic philosopher. According to the Byzantine encyclopedia The Suda, her father Theon was the last head of the Museum at Alexandria. Hypatia’s prominence was accentuated by the fact that she was both female and pagan in an increasingly Christian environment. Shortly before her death, Cyril was made the Christian bishop of Alexandria, and a conflict arose between Cyril and the prefect Orestes. Orestes was disliked by some Christians and was a friend of Hypatia, and rumors started that Hypatia was to blame for the conflict. In the spring of 415 A.D., the situation reached a tragic conclusion when a bank of Christian monks seized Hypatia on the street, beat her, and dragged her body to a church where they mutilated her flesh with sharp tiles and burned her remains.
Compilations from: Under the Sign of the Scorpion by Juri Lina
Note: If the Armenian does not perpetrate the importance of its Pagan period and lands, prior to Christianity (301 A.D.), he renounces ownership of his stolen lands and history.
Ardavast Avakian, USA