July 6, 2017/updated July 7, 2017
Introduction to “North Korean Refugee Tells Her Story.”
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”
Said by Ronald Reagan – quotations by Ronald Reagan
40th president of US (1911 – 2004)
We must do our best to stand up for freedom, and protect our children from the “one world” “godless” teachings that are being infused into the minds of students in almost all public schools, and in many private schools — including Christian schools and other religious schools. It begins in nurseries, pre-schools and day-cares – and continues in all forms of public (and even private) education – even at Christian universities and seminaries. The popular media in our country continues the narrative of one world without God.
“Without God, all things are permitted.”―
Eliminate recognition of the existence and intervention of God, and you have totalitarian states.
A friend of mine who escaped Communist China tells a similar story as the young lady from North Korea — this similar story exists across the world — repeated accounts of the fear, brain-washing, and brutality like this young Korean witnessed and experienced as she grew up under Communism in China.
North Korean Refugee Tells Her Story.
Listen to this dear young lady who is a refugee from North Korea. Her account is heartbreaking…and a foreboding warning to us. Centralized control leads to uncontrolled abuses.
Is North Korea Communist?
Below is from http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-pacific-15256929
“For decades North Korea has been one of the world’s most secretive societies. It is one of the few countries still under nominally communist rule.” [dj note: Trevor Loudon talks about alliance between North Korea and Putin’s Russia]
“North Korea’s nuclear ambitions have exacerbated its rigidly maintained isolation from the rest of the world.”
“The country emerged in 1948 amid the chaos following the end of the Second World War. Its history is dominated by its Great Leader, Kim Il-sung, who shaped political affairs for almost half a century.”
“Decades of this rigid state-controlled system have led to stagnation and a leadership dependent on the cult of personality.”
“The totalitarian state also stands accused of systematic human rights abuses. Amnesty International estimates that hundreds of thousands of people are held in detention facilities, in which it says that torture is rampant and execution commonplace.”
Is North Korea Communist (see Trevor Loudon’s site)
Excerpts from Trevor’s site follows:
“Well what we’ve discovered—and this is backed up by James O’Keefe [of Project Veritas] and his work—we discovered that these protests are all orchestrated by professional revolutionaries; these are people with ties to North Korea, to Iran, to Venezuela, to Cuba, and some of these people have been at this since the Vietnam War.
“And there are two key groups who have been working these events—one is the Workers World Party, which is a Stalinist group, and the other is their ally the Freedom Road Socialist Organization, which is a Maoist group.
“But what was most shocking to me was that these groups were not just allies to Venezuela and countries like that, some of their leaders were actually close allies of Putin’s Russia—these people who were supporting Putin’s Russia, going to Putin’s Russia, were active leaders of the anti-Trump movement.
“Americans are being told that Russia influenced the election to Trump’s benefit, so the fact that the Russians are supporting the leadership of the anti-Trump movement shows that either Russia is playing both sides or maybe the influence of Russia in the election was a little exaggerated. I don’t know, but there’s clear evidence that Russia is supporting some of the top leaders of the anti-Trump protest movement.”
Is China Still Communist? —
The trappings of a modern consumer society don’t change the essence of the Chinese regime.
By Larry Ong, Epoch Times
“So is the People’s Republic of China actually a modern capitalist state, and communist only in name?
“While the Chinese Communist Party has adopted some aspects of capitalism, China remains a textbook communist country: The Party controls all land and the “Commanding Heights of the Economy“; it maintains strict controls on speech, assembly, and belief; and the Chinese regime’s political structure is that of a classic Leninist dictatorship.”
Read entire article here.
Excerpts from “Commanding Heights of the Economy“:
Commanding Heights of the Economy
Encyclopedia of Russian History
COPYRIGHT 2004 The Gale Group Inc.
“As a result of peasant and military revolts in 1920 and early 1921, Vladimir I. Lenin was forced to reverse the extreme policies of War Communism in favor of a temporary expedient, the mixed economy of the New Economic Plan (NEP). The Bolshevik Tenth Party Congress (March 1921) adopted a tax in kind on the peasantry to replace confiscations. The Congress also permitted leasing smaller nationalized workshops back to private individuals, provided they hired no more than ten or twenty workers. But the Bolsheviks retained in state hands most large-scale industry in the fuel and metallurgical sectors, mines, and military plans, along with all banking, railroads, and foreign trade. These were to constitute the “commanding heights,” which were supposed to control and guide the rest of the economy under Soviet power…” Read the entire article here.
Trevor Loudon shares information about an upcoming international communist youth festival – with Putin’s invitation – and his personal instructions.
This year is the 100th anniversary of the Russian revolution. This October, there will be a gathering of 20,000 young communists from all over the world. They will converge on Sochi, Russia, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Russian revolution. There they will honor Fidel Castro, Cuba’s dead communist dictator.
It is a pretty sure bet that the United Stated Education icons Angela Davis, and Billie (William) Ayers (along with his wife Bernadine Dohrn), will be there in person as support personnel — or at least in spirit. Bille and Bernadine spent her birthday in Cuba, just before Inauguration Day in the United States last November.
Is Russia Communist?
Trevor Loudon’s YouTubes, DVDs, and writings:
“Yes, we all know that communism is dead in Russia… They’ve told us so often enough right? So, why are 20,000 young communists from all over the world converging on Sochi, Russia, this October to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Russian revolution, where they will be honoring Cuba’s dead communist dictator Fidel Castro?
The hosting organization is the old Soviet front World Federation of Democratic Youth which has been hosting such festivals every three or four years since 1949.
Communism Never Collapsed
Another resource explaining that Communism never collapsed – interviews with men who were high up in the Soviet Communist Party in the USSR.
“The Collapse of Communism: The Untold Story – a Robert Buchar Film (2012) Trailer:
See Mr. Buchar’s site, and purchase the DVD: http://www.collapseofcommunism.com/film.html