The Real Evil Behind Communism: Why Don’t We Hear About The 149,469,610 Killed By The Communists?

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  • Why Don’t We Hear About The 149,469,610 Killed By The Judaic Communists? Is that Evil Still In Charge?

    The Holocaust: An Instrument of White Guilt

    By Mark Collett

    The holocaust has been elevated above all other historical occurrences and is treated as an unquestionable truth – movies, books and documentaries are churned out on an industrial basis and the holocaust even has a dedicated international day of remembrance. Yet communist mass killings and genocides are largely ignored or even unheard of in the West despite the fact that communism has killed over a 100 million people. I examine the political and social reasons for this and lay bare the hypocrisy and double standards employed by the establishment when it comes to genocide.

    We’re relentlessly told that we must “never forget” the “Six Million” victims of Hitler and the Nazis. But we hear far less about the vastly greater number of victims of Lenin and Stalin, and the grim legacy of Soviet Communism. Some 20 million people perished as victims of the Soviet regime, historians acknowledge. Jews played a decisive role in founding and promoting the egalitarian-universalist ideology of Marxism, in developing the Marxist political movement, and in brutally establishing Bolshevik rule in Russia. With the notable exception of Lenin, who was one-quarter Jewish, most of the leading Marxists who took control of Russia in 1917-20 were Jews, including Trotsky, Sverdlov, Zinoviev, Kamenev and Radek. The Bolshevik killing of Russia’s imperial family is symbolic of the tragic fate of Russia and, indeed, of the entire West.

    Jura Lina – The Jewish Hand in Bolshevism/Communism Not Mentioned at School (Full Movie)


    Communist Death Toll

    Communist Body Count

    by SCOTT MANNING

    The following estimates represent citizens killed or starved to death by their own Communist governments since 1918. These numbers do not include war dead. The governments are sorted by body count (highest to lowest).

    All numbers are mid-estimates.

    While this list is as complete as I have been able to determine, it is evolving. Some numbers are incomplete and there are still five Communist countries that have the potential to kill more of their citizens. Over the next year, each government will be profiled in detail on this website.

    A detailed bibliography is listed at the end of this page.

    Communist Body Count: 149,469,610

    Rank Country

    1

    People’s Republic of China
    Body Count: 73,237,000

    1949-Present (57+ years and counting)R.J. Rummel originally estimated China’s body count between between the years of 1949-1987 to be 35,236,000 (Rummel 1994). This excluded 38,000,000 million that died of famine during the Great Leap Forward. After the release of Mao: The Unknown Story, Rummel became convinced that the Chinese government was directly responsible for the famine, thus increasing his original estimate by 38,000,000 (Rummel 2005). 1,000 was added for Tienanmen Square in 1989 (Courtois 1999).

    2

    USSR Flag Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
    Body Count: 58,627,000

    1922-1991 (69 years)The body count only covers the years 1923-1987 (Rummel 1996).

    3

    Russia Flag Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic
    Body Count: 3,284,000

    1918-1922 (4 years)This body count does not include the 6,210,000 killed in the civil war (Rummel 1996).

    4

    North Korea Flag Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
    Body Count: 3,163,000

    1948-Present (58+ years and counting)1,663,000 is attributed between 1948-1987 excluding the Korean War (Rummel 1994). 2,500,000 is the mid-estimate for those who starved to death between 1995-1998 (U.S. Committee for Human Rights in North Korea 2006).

    5

    Cambodia Flag Cambodia
    Body Count: 2,627,000

    1975-1987 (12 years)The body count estimate is complete (Rummel 1994). The offical country name was Democratic Kampuchea during Pol Pot’s reign and then known as People’s Republic of Kampuchea afterwards.

    6

    Afghanistan Flag Democratic Republic of Afghanistan
    Body Count: 1,750,000

    1978-1992 (14 years)The body count estimate is complete (Courtois 1999).

    7

    Vietnam Flag Vietnam
    Body Count: 1,670,000

    1975-Present (30+ years and counting)The body count covers the years 1945-1987 for Vietnam/North Vietnam and excludes 1,062,000 from the Vietnam War (Rummel 1994).

    8

    Ethiopia Flag People’s Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
    Body Count: 1,343,610

    1974-1991 (17 years)The body count includes 10,000 political assasinations during 1977-1978, 1,000 children killed in 1977, 110 massacred in an Orthodox church in 1975, 80,000 during the civil war between 1978-1980, 250,000 that died in 1982 through Transit Camps, and 2,500 killed in a bombing raid (Courtois 1999). Another 1,000,000 is added for the famine during 1984-1985 (BBC News 2000).

    9

    Yugoslavia Flag Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
    Body Count: 1,072,000

    1945-1992 (47 years)The body count only covers the years 1945-1992 excluding 100,000 from the Tito Partisans between 1941-1944 (Rummel 1994).

    10

    Chinese Soviet Republic Flag Chinese Soviet Republic
    Body Count: 700,000

    1931-1934 (3 years)The body count only includes the Jiangxi and Fujian provinces (Chang 2005). Although Mozambique has 700,000 to its name, the Chinese Soviet Republic produced more bodies in a shorter time period and the estimate is low.

    11

    Mozambique Flag People’s Republic of Mozambique
    Body Count: 700,000

    1975-1990 (15 years)100,000 civilians murdered between 1986 and mid-1988 (Young 1991) and 600,000 starved to death between 1975-1985 (Courtois 1999).

    12

    Romania Flag Socialist Republic of Romania
    Body Count: 435,000

    1947-1989 (42 years)The body count only covers the years 1947-1987 (Rummel 1997).

    13

    Bulgaria Flag People’s Republic of Bulgaria
    Body Count: 222,000

    1946-1990 (44 years)The body count only covers the years 1948-1987 (Rummel 1997).

    14

    Angola Flag People’s Republic of Angola
    Body Count: 125,000

    1975-1992 (17 years)The body count only covers the years 1975-1987 (Rummel 1997).

    15

    Mongolia Flag Mongolian People’s Republic
    Body Count: 100,000

    1924-1992 (68 years)The body count only covers the years 1924-1987 (Rummel 1997).

    16

    Albania Flag People’s Socialist Republic of Albania
    Body Count: 100,000

    1946-1991 (45 years)
    The body count only covers the years 1944-1987 (Rummel 1997).

    17

    Cuba Flag Republic of Cuba
    Body Count: 73,000

    1961-Present (45+ years and counting)The body count only covers the years 1959-1987 (Rummel 1997).

    18

    East Germany Flag German Democratic Republic
    Body Count: 70,000

    1949-1990 (41 years)The body count only covers the years 1948-1987 (Rummel 1997).

    19

    Czechoslovakia Flag Socialist Republic of Czechoslovakia
    Body Count: 65,000

    1948-1990 (42 years)The body count only covers the years 1948-1968 (Rummel 1997).

    20

    Laos Flag Lao People’s Democratic Republic
    Body Count: 56,000

    1975-Present (31+ years and counting)The body count only covers the years 1975-1987 excluding 47,000 war dead (Rummel 1997).

    21

    Hungary Flag Hungarian People’s Republic
    Body Count: 27,000

    1949-1989 (40 years)The body count only covers the years 1948-1987 (Rummel 1997).

    22

    Poland Flag People’s Republic of Poland
    Body Count: 22,000

    1948-1989 (41 years)The body count only covers the years 1948-1987 (Rummel 1997). Excludes 1,585,000 from ethnic cleansing between 1945-1950 (Rummel 1994).

    23

    Yemen Flag People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen
    Body Count: 1,000

    1969-1990 (21 years)The body count only covers the years 1969-1987 (Rummel 1997).

    References

    BBC News (2000, April 6). Flashback 1984: portrait of a famine. Retrieved May 7, 2006, from http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/703958.stm

    Chang, Jung, & Halliday, Jon (2005). Mao: the unknown story (1st American ed.). New York: Alfred A Knopf.

    Courtois, S., Werth, N., Panne, J., Paczkowski, A., Bartosek, K., & Margolin, J. (1999). The black book of Communism: crimes, terror, repression. United States: Harvard University Press.

    Rummel, R. J. (1994). Death by government. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

    Rummel, R. J. (1996). Lethal politics: Soviet genocide and mass murder since 1917 (1st paperback ed.). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

    Rummel, R. J. (2005, November 20). Reevaluating China’s democide to be 73,000,000. Retrieved April 5, 2006, from http://freedomspeace.blogspot.com/2005/11/reevaluating-chinas-democide-to-be.html

    Rummel, R. J. (1997). Statistics of democide: genocide and mass murder since 1900. Charlottesville, Virginia: Transaction Publishers.

    U.S. Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (2006). Failure to protect: a call for the UN Security Council to act in North Korea. United States: DLA Piper.

    Young, Lance S. (1991). Mozambique’s sixteen-year bloody civil war. Retrieved November 1, 2006, from http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/report/1991/YLS.htm

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    Dr. Kevin MacDonald has a PhD in Biobehavioral Sciences and is an expert on Jewish influence and identity. He is the editor and chief contributor of The Occidental Observer, an online publication that focuses on White identity, White interests, and the culture of the West. Kevin is also the author of numerous books, including The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements.

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