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The United Nations Exposed

The United Nations Organization (UNO) implemented numerous schemes to conceal their involvement with Communism and their brothers in the East. A fundamental share of the deception involved the promulgation of rumours that Communism is dead and hence no longer exits.

Several authors have pointed out how the United Nations has failed to address the most dangerous threats facing the civilized world, and how they have supported some of the world's most oppressive governments, all while wasting billions of dollars. Besides books such as The United Nations Exposed, by Bill Jasper, a few newer publications have also seen the light, among others: Tower of Babble: How the United Nations Has Fueled Global Chaos, by Dore Gold, released in October 2005, and The U.N. Exposed: How the United Nations Sabotages America's Security and Fails the World, by Eric Shawn, released in May 2006.

If the old South Africa was so oppressive why then, in the light of the above revelations by independent authors, did the United Nations turn it into “A skunk Among Nations” as Les De Villiers mentions in his book by the same name, published way back in 1975?

South Africa: A Skunk Among Nations

Part 18 of Mike Smith’s Pandora’s Box series covers the Hypocrisy at The United Nations. The first few paragraphs read as follows:

"Les de Villiers who has a masters degree in linguistics was a journalist and diplomat in Canada and headed the South African Information Services in the USA for five years.

What irked him the most was the double standards of nations represented at the UN general assembly and the hypocrisy with which they slagged off South Africa and its human rights situation.

It was in 1960 that the Afrikaans Newspaper, “Die Burger” first took stock of South Africa’s position in the world and called it, “Die Muishond van die wêreld” (The skunk of the world).

It was Cicero who said, “When you have no basis for an argument, abuse the plaintiff”.

Judging from how SA was treated at the UN from 1946 to 1994 it is clear that the UN had many students of Cicero."

Click here to continue reading. It’s quite an eye-opener!

Today millions still believe the lie that Communism magically vanished when the Berlin Wall came tumbling down in 1989. These mindless souls do not see the connection nor the coincidental timing of apartheid’s dismantling, a process which started a few years after that historic event, an event which also paved the way for the end of a farcical era called the Cold War. It was, in fact, all about the dismantling of a feasible (not flawless) Christian-based system on the southern tip of Africa. Yes, you can sneer or laugh all you want, but that is what it basically boils down to!

When the key-phrase, "In humble submission to Almighty God," was finally eliminated from South Africa’s new constitution, it disclosed the true intentions of South Africa’s new rulers and their masters. It is the reason why our democracy will remain a farce forever, or as Jacob Zuma so sardonically declared: “…we will rule (in chaos) until Jesus comes!”

While finalisations were hastily being made for South Africa’s first democratic (one man one vote) elections to take place in April 1994 -- with all eyes eagerly focused on the events, over 500,000 Tutsis were being slaughtered by the Hutus in the East African state of Rwanda. The genocide of these people occurred over a period of approximately 100 days, yet the mainstream media were silenced by their masters, for fear of derailing South Africa’s new democratic process. In fact, there is even evidence that the news media played a crucial role in the Rwandan genocide. See The Media and the Rwanda Genocide for more details.

The UN later, in the year 2000, explicitly declared its reaction to Rwanda a "failure". [Source] Then Secretary General Kofi Annan said of the event: "The international community failed Rwanda and that must leave us always with a sense of bitter regret."

They also failed South Africa, because the country transformed into a giant refugee camp for Black Africans fleeing from the north and a civil warzone the moment the ANC-communists were handed the reins of power. According to the country’s official (dubious) police statistics a total of 182,935 people have been murdered in South Africa between April 2002 and March 2012. Many simply refuse to envision the enormity of the horror, and continue their lives as if this sort of thing is normal. How can this possibly be normal in a free democracy???

Furthermore, when the South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) published a recent report showing that more than 3.3 million crimes occur every year in South Africa but - HALF OF THEM GO UNREPORTED, there was hardly a squeak from the mainstream media. The SAIRR report showed that one thousand (1000) murder cases went unreported in the year 2011 alone.

We will never hear a United Nations spokesperson speaking of a sense of bitter regret, because the crimes of humanity they so often speak of are now being hidden under the false flag of democracy. Yet, millions still believe the lie that the apartheid system was far more evil than the current new system… HYPOCRITES, ALL OF THEM!

If Communism no longer exists, as we are so often told, then why do we have the South African Communist Party (SACP) in South Africa? Why are they an essential partner of the Tripartite Alliance with the ANC and the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU)? Why does the name “Communist” still feature so prominently in their organization? If it were dead then why are the hammer and sickle and the red star still the universal symbols of Communism?

Why does the mere sight of the old South African flag (or any symbol of the apartheid era for that matter) conjure up feelings of revulsion among so many people, yet they can shove the symbols of communism in our faces and we dare not revolt or show our dislike? What is so free and fair and democratic about this?

Shock as CT's Castle removes old SA flag (News24)

Old SA flag banned from stadium (News24)


Christian Communism Logo
Christian Communism: The hammer from the hammer and sickle is replaced by a Latin cross.

There are today various forms of Communism still flourishing. The most dominant and most violent form is Marxist Communism, which is still practised by the ANC. However, there is also Anarchist Communism (also known as Libertarian Communism) and even Christian Communism, a form of religious communism based upon the view that the teachings of Jesus Christ urge Christians to support communism as the ideal social system. Christian communists trace the origins of their practice to teachings in the New Testament, such as the Acts of the Apostles at chapter 2 and verses 44 and 45:

For purposes of clarity I shall provide the relevant scripture - sourced from the King James Version, starting from verse 40:

40 And with many other words did he testify and exhort, saying, Save yourselves from this untoward generation.
41 Then they that gladly received his word were baptized: and the same day there were added unto them about three thousand souls.
42 And they continued stedfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers.
43 And fear came upon every soul: and many wonders and signs were done by the apostles.
44 And all that believed were together, and had all things common;
45 And sold their possessions and goods, and parted them to all men, as every man had need.
46 And they, continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, did eat their meat with gladness and singleness of heart,
47 Praising God, and having favour with all the people. And the Lord added to the church daily such as should be saved. -- (Own emphasis added)

In addition to the above scripture, numerous other Biblical passages have been cited to support the idea that Communism is the most ethical social system on earth.

In November 1999 the Speaker of the Eastern Cape Legislature, Mkhangeli Matomela, announced that  Jesus was a communist and challenged all Christians to prove him wrong. At the time Matomela was defending the alliance between the ANC and the South African Communist Party.

See the news report: Jesus was a communist, says ANC man.

The challenge was taken up by who published a counterargument in their newsletter, available here for online viewing.

I’ve taken the liberty of reproducing an extract from a letter pertaining to this issue, written by someone with personal experience in communist lands:

"It is ludicrous for ANC politician Mkhangeli Matomela to allege that our Lord Jesus Christ was a communist. If communists really believed that Jesus was a communist why have they gone to such extraordinary, excessive lengths to outlaw the teachings of Jesus?

My father-in-law, Rev. Bill Bathman spent over 30 years smuggling Bibles behind the Iron Curtain into Eastern Europe. During my ministry in Romania and Albania I met Christians who had been severely persecuted for their faith in Jesus. Some Christians in Albania were tortured and imprisoned for 10 years – merely for possessing a copy of the Bible!

During the 1980’s in Marxist Mozambique and Angola, I saw churches burned down, Bibles burned and Christians massacred by the communist Frelimo and MPLA governments. When I was imprisoned for my missionary activities, a SNASP security policeman began his interrogation of me in Machava security prison with these words: "I am the devil! I am not only a Marxist and a Leninist, I am a Stalinist! I hate Christians!"

My solitary confinement prison cell testified to this marxist’s hatred of Christians – Scripture verses, doves, crosses, prayers and descriptions of tortures endured had been etched into the walls by previous inmates.

There is a world of difference between the love of Christ and the hatred of communism. You cannot equate voluntary Christian sharing and generosity with compulsory communist confiscation and theft."
- Sourced from:

"And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world."
- (I.John 4:3 KJV)

Agenda: Grinding America Down (2010): DVD
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Agenda: Grinding America Down (2010): DVD
When Idaho Legislator Curtis Bowers wrote a "letter to the editor" about the drastic changes in America's culture, it became the feature story on the evening news, people protested at the Capitol, and for weeks the local newspapers were filled with responses. He realized then... he'd hit on something. Ask almost anyone and you'll hear, "Communism is dead! The Berlin Wall came down." Thought the word communism isn't used anymore, this film will show the ideas behind it are alive and well. Join Bowers for a fascinating look at the people and groups that have successfully targeted America's morality and freedom in their effort to grind America down. It's a well documented AGENDA. [Source]

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