History remembers vast farms throughout the Soviet Union which were once the property of private citizens (who were demonized using the term “kulak”), almost overnight were turned into “property of the state” referred to as a collective farm or “kolkhoz”. Once the farms were “collectivized”, the owners of the land became serfs:
But we still have not reached the innermost secret. The better off [kulaks] were sometimes left where they were, provided they joined the kolkhoz quickly, while the obstinate poor peasant who failed to apply was deported. This is very important, the most important thing. The point of it all was not to dekulakize, but to force the peasants into the kolkhoz. Without frightening them to death there was no way of taking back – the land which the Revolution had given them, and planting them on that same land as serfs. 8
The Soviet Union then had to incentivize the kulak to work for very little in return. Not to worry, their very own Karl Marx thought of everything:
And what was next? Where was the stimulus to be sought? Money, piece rates, bonus payments? But all of that carried the acrid smell of recent capitalism, and a long period was required, another generation, for that smell to cease to irritate, so it could be peaceably accepted as “the socialist principle of material incentive.” They dug down deeper into the storage chest of history and dragged out what Marx had called “extraeconomic coercion.” In camp and on collective farms this discovery was presented with bared fangs. 9
What were the precursors to the Soviet collectivization that led to so much internal sorrow for its citizens (who were to survive its barbarism)? Solzhenitsyn suggests it began with the demonization of the “kulaks” (and I would suggest – in our day – with the ranchers of Oregon):
Where did it all start? With the dogma that the peasantry is petit bourgeois? (And who in the eyes of these people is not petit bourgeois? In their wonderfully clear-cut scheme, apart from factory workers [not the skilled workers, though] and big-shot businessmen, all the rest, the whole people-peasants, office workers, actors, airmen, professors, students, doctors – are nothing but the “petite bourgeoisie.”) Or did it start with a criminal scheme in high places to rob some and terrorize the rest?
From the last letters which Korolenko wrote to Gorky in 1921; just before the former died and the latter emigrated, we learn that this villainous assault on the peasantry had begun even then, and was taking almost the same form as in 1930.
But as yet their strength did not equal their impudence, and they backed down.
The plan, however, remained in their heads, and all through the twenties they bullied and prodded and taunted: “Kulak! Kulak! Kulak!” The thought that it was impossible to live in the same world as the kulak was gradually built up in the minds of townspeople.
The devastating peasant Plague began, as far as we can judge, in 1929 – the compilation of murder lists, the confiscations, the deportations. But only at the beginning of 1930 (after rehearsals were complete, and necessary adjustments made) was the public – allowed to learn what was happening – in the decision of the Central Committee of the Party dated January 5. (The Party is “justified in shifting from a policy of restricting the exploiting tendencies of the kulaks to a policy of liquidating the kulaks as a class.” And the admission of kulaks to the kolkhoz was immediately … prohibited. Would anyone like to attempt a coherent explanation?)
The dutifully concurring Central Executive Committee of the Soviets and the Council of People’s Commissars were not far behind the Central Committee, and on February 1, 1930, they gave legislative form to the will of the Party. Provincial Executive Committees were required to ”use all necessary methods in the struggle with the kulaks, up to and including [in reality no other method was used] complete confiscation of the property of kulaks and their removal to points beyond the boundaries of certain regions and provinces.” (emphasis mine) 10
Could America be headed in the same direction as former Communist dictator Josef Stalin and his Marxist creed? Sadly, the globalist agenda would make Stalin’s atrocities look like child’s play. The high-end estimate of deaths attributed to Stalin is sixty million. As Dave Hodges writes about America:
Today, our estimated population is 310 million people. Yet, the 11 megacities are only expected to house six million people each.
310,000,000 million Americans – 66,000,000 megacity dwellers
244,000,000 missing Americans
Again, if Ammon Bundy loses and this whole series of events gets swept under the carpet, the march toward America 2050 and America’s date with genocide, will continue unabated. IF you want to slow this down, then circulate this article, or write one of your own and distribute it widely, our lives depend on it.
Perhaps you still may ask, isn’t all of this conjecture? Is any of this really happening?
In March 2012, President Obama quietly signed Executive Order 13603 enabling the federal government to take over management and distribution of all food, water and other resources, should there be an emergency.
One may still argue that men are better today than in the days of Stalin, Mao Zedong, Hitler, Pol Pot etc. After all, there is a United Nations now, dedicated to the protection of every person, right? Let us ask ourselves, what really is the agenda of the UN, the New World Order, the Masons, the Vatican and the Illuminati?
In his before-mentioned article covering the Oregon ranchers, Dave Hodges referenced the ominous and foreboding message on two granite pillars known as the Georgia Guidestones. It is a sort of “Ten Commandments” / American Stonehenge structure secretly created in 1980:
A set of 10 guidelines is inscribed on the structure in eight modern languages, and a shorter message is inscribed at the top of the structure in four ancient language scripts: Babylonian, Classical Greek, Sanskrit, and Egyptian hieroglyphs.
…[The guidelines are] in eight different languages, one language on each face of the four large upright stones. Moving clockwise around the structure from due north, these languages are: English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian.
Notice the first “guideline” engraved on the Georgia Guidestones:
1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
In his new documentary called Dark Clouds Over Elberton: The True Story of the Georgia Guidestones, Chris Pinto exposes the Globalist and Illuminist origins of the Georgia Guidestones whose message betrays their intention to use environmentalism in perhaps the most nefarious plot ever concocted by fallen men to depopulate the world.
Jesus said about the end times:
For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be. And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened. (Matthew 24:21-22)
Wisdom is calling with urgency – calling for repentance. This blog joins with the many thousands of sermons, articles, blogs and videos – each joining and merging as one sound — one trumpet sound and battle cry, declaring “NOW IS THE DAY OF SALVATION!” (II Corinthians 6:2b) Jeremiah gives a very ominous warning to the children of Israel when their hearts were far from the Lord. If the West is embroiled in the same sins as ancient Israel, could this be our future too:
Behold, I will bring a nation against you from afar,
O house of Israel,” says the Lord.
“It is a mighty nation,
It is an ancient nation,
A nation whose language you do not know,
Nor can you understand what they say.
Their quiver is like an open tomb;
They are all mighty men.
And they shall eat up your harvest and your bread,
Which your sons and daughters should eat.
They shall eat up your flocks and your herds;
They shall eat up your vines and your fig trees;
They shall destroy your fortified cities,
In which you trust, with the sword.
“Nevertheless in those days,” says the Lord, “I will not make a complete end of you. (Jeremiah 5:-14-18)
Thankfully, there will be those who repent. And to those, the Lord gives two very comforting prophetic words. No longer must we endure the indignities and horrors of a Communist and Globalist ruse. No longer must we surrender our land to the powers of Babylon — a very different day awaits those who will “overcome” the end of days:
But everyone shall sit under his vine and under his fig tree, and no one shall make them afraid; For the mouth of the Lord of hosts has spoken. (Micah 4:4)
In that day,’ says the Lord of hosts, ‘Everyone will invite his neighbor under his vine and under his fig tree.’” Zechariah 3:10
We can be greatly comforted by the Lord’s prophecies. In the meantime, what will we do, and whom will we serve? Ammon Bundy’s struggle should be all of our “collective” struggle. The impact of Agenda 21 and its offspring – legislates a worldwide “Bully’s Paradise”, replete with untold barbarism mechanized by twenty-first century technology, and on a scale never before seen. What will we do when we cannot buy or sell, except by taking the “mark of the beast“? Make your decision now to follow the Lord Jesus Christ, the loving Shepherd, and Holy Messiah. Do not wait for the hammer to fall.
Join me in this “Prayer” by Petra:
As we face the last and final hours, turn a wayward country back to You
And keep us from the evil that devours
Keep us on the path and lead us through
Keep us in Your light until Your kingdom comes and our work is done
This is my prayer lifted to You
Knowing You care so much more than I do
This is my prayer in Jesus’ name
Your will be done I humbly pray
This is my prayer, this is my prayer
² Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956 An Experiment In Literary Investigation III-IV (Translated from the Russian by Thomas P. Whitney), New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 376
³ Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956 An Experiment In Literary Investigation I-II (Translated from the Russian by Thomas P. Whitney), New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 55
4 Ibid., 56
5 Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956 An Experiment In Literary Investigation V-VII (Translated from the Russian by Thomas P. Whitney), New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 350
6 Ibid. The Gulag Archipelago I-II, 420
7 Ibid., 58
8 Ibid. The Gulag Archipelago V-VII, 355
9 Ibid. The Gulag Archipelago III-IV, 155
10 Ibid. The Gulag Archipelago V-VII, 351