The End Times: Failures of Godless Communism in China and Russia

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 18:53 PM
November 25, 2013

The-End-of-Russia-Ilan-Berman    Final failures of Communism now become clear in both China and Russia to most scholars and reporters.  As both countries now flex their muscles for war against the U.S., Japan and/or Europe, perhaps they hope to deflect attention from greater internal problems among their own very dissatisfied citizens.

As ‘Matt’ reports in ‘Why China’s New Rich Want to Emigrate,’ 56 percent of those with wealth of at least $ 1.6 million admit “they are considering emigrating, or [have] already emigrated from China.”  Another 11 percent say they may not leave themselves, but will allow their children to do so.

Thus, three out of five wealthy Chinese plan to leave this vast Communist-led country.  Moreover, 33 percent of Chinese, enriched by the Communist system, now invest their funds outside of China, preferring Capitalism’s financial gains.

In ‘Editorial: The Chinese Communist Party Has No Way Forward,’ Epoch Times offers in-depth study on the many failures of Chinese leaders, President Xi Jinxing and Premier Li Keqiang, particularly regarding the explosive growth of “the traditional spiritual practice of Falun Gong.”

That editorial posits: “The CCP’s [Chinese Communist Party] ideology of Marxism is bankrupt, and Communism has only3-left-communismbecome a joke. Yet there is no other belief tying the CCP together. The officials and Party members focus on nothing but corruption and promotion. The Party has tons of factions and no consensus.

“The CCP has ruled for over 60 years. It has killed 80 million Chinese and persecuted hundreds of millions. The persecution of tens of millions of Falun Gong practitioners is still ongoing.”

Ilan Berman explains similar issues about Russia in his new book, ‘Implosion:  The End of Russia and What It Means for America.’ He points out that 40% of Russians between 18 and 35 of strongly consider exiting the nation.

While the latest issues include horrible, if not impossible, health service from clinics and doctors often refusing service, even to children––other failures within Russian society inescapably glare: HIV/AIDS epidemic often coming from the one percent of Russians who are heroin addicts as that country imports five percent of the world’s heroin; failing education systems at all levels; endless abortions among Russian women; and the unpopular political system headed by still Communist-minded, President Putin with less than a 34% approval rating.

Putin yearns to restore the nations of the old godless Soviet Union as is evident in his recent pressure on Ukraine not the join the European Union.  But Berman says Putin’s greatest fear is China’s eyes on Siberian oil and other wealth.

Without the old Communist rules to control where people live, millions of Russians abandon Siberia’s constant ice and snow.  As Chinese leaders must have 20 million jobs a year for its expanding populations, nearby Siberia is tempting.

Meanwhile, Muslim populations in Russian areas have few of the nation’s problems:  no abortions, no alcoholism, no drugs, etc.  And they are not integrated into Russian society.  Their massive population growth thus threatens Russia itself.

How shameful that both countries deny God with Communism now fear destruction. Rather than attacking others, they may war with each other. Historical books of the Old Testament make clear:  “God is jealous, and The LORD revengeth; The LORD revengeth, and is furious; The LORD will take vengeance on His adversaries, and He reserveth wrath for His enemies (Nahum 1:2).”

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