Sunday, August 12, 2018
Chinese Communism--Indoctrination into Satanism?
January 25, 2016
Young pioneers take their vows at age 6.
The right-hand salute was foreseen in
the Book of Revelation 13:16 as the
Mark of the Beast: "It also forced
all people, great and small, rich and poor,
free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands
or on their foreheads."
by "Falun Gong Truth"
As a Westerner married to a Chinese who escaped the red terror in China, I have come to know about many hidden things in China. I believe that one of the most terrifying secrets are the vows that virtually every Chinese kid has to take in China. Chinese Communist Organizations actively recruit young people to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Young Pioneers - a communist ceremony for all six year olds in China. Translation of the vow: "I love the Chinese Communist Party, I love the motherland, I love the people, I study well, I train well, I am ready to contribute to the cause of communism."
If anyone refuses to make this vow or refuses to put on the red scarf at school, he will usually be expelled from school or at least he will be considered an outcast in school with no rights or benefits like other students.
(Left. Member of the Youth League CCP - ages 14-18)
Then there is a Youth League. Translation of the Youth League vow:
"I volunteer to join the Communist Party of China, uphold the Party's program and abide by the Party Constitution, fulfill duties of party members, implement the party's decisions, strictly observe Party discipline, conserve the Party's secrets, be loyal to the Party, actively work and fight for the communist Party during my entire life, ready to sacrifice everything for the party and the people at any time, and never betray the Party."
The vow continues: "I volunteer to join the Chinese Communist Youth League, and resolutely support the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party, I will comply with the league charter, implement the resolution of the league, fulfill obligations of a league member, strictly follow the league's discipline, study hard, work actively, suffer first, enjoy later, and I will fight for the the communist cause."
This organization is the first step towards becoming a member of the CCP. Most kids in China are looking for CCP membership as a way to enhance their benefits and career options in this corrupted country.
It is obvious that any person who gives an oath to the CCP has sold their soul to the evil communist spectre, created by atheists such as Karl Marx.
As we know the CCP has established itself as an evil religion in China and China in Chinese is "Zhongguo" and means "Middle Kingdom" or even "Center of the world" in ancient times. The Bible has talked a lot about Jerusalem, such as in Ezekiel 5:5: "This is what the Sovereign LORD says: This is Jerusalem, which I have set in the center of the nations, with countries all around her."
Jerusalem is China according to the Bible and if the Bible is correct, it has predicted the communist vows being taken in China using the right hand. In the Bible we can read about "The Mark of the Beast" in the Book of Revelation 13:16: "It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads,"
As we all know, according to Christian faith this kind of person will be eliminated at Judgment Day due to his vow to the beast.
Around 15 million Chinese kids per year have taken the oath to the CCP organizations since the 1950s. A rough estimate would place the number of Chinese who have given vow(s) to the CCP around 800 million or more. This is the most terrifying vow that anyone with any faith in religion or goodness can imagine.
That is also the reason why so many Chinese have joined the "Tuidang movement" initiated by Falun Gong practitioners in order to help Chinese people get rid of their evil vows. Up until today around 220 million Chinese have taken away their vows. As time progresses and the evidence of the massive corruption and evil persecution of innocent people in China becomes obvious to ordinary people, the CCP will automatically collapse. We can only pray that as many people as possible have withdrawn from the party at that time.
The Tuidang movement translates literally as "withdraw from the [Communist] party," was catalyzed by the publication of the editorial series "Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party" in the U.S.-based Chinese-language newspaper The Epoch Times (Dajiyuan). The series criticized Communist Party rule in China, with a focus on the party's history of political repression, its propaganda apparatus, and its assaults on traditional culture and value systems.