Marx and Satan, by Richard WurmbrandThis ebook is free. An atrocious story.
Comment by Elisa Sipilä from Helsinky University, posted on the web for free sharing.
This book is an essential read to understand the evil, amoral and humanist nature of Marxism and everything that is based on Marxism; Leninism, Stalinism, Bolshevism, Trotskyism, Maoism, Communism, Socialism, etc. I'm firmly convinced that Karl Marx was a satanist prior to his death and Wurmbrand makes that case nicely, but you'll have to decide that for yourself. Could that be why, to this date, 80 or so volumes of Marx's writings are to this day STILL sealed in the Kremlin basement?
For those of you who may not understand why there are such deep convictions against anything derived of Marxism, which is a long list of "ism's", this book is for you. If you are a person of any Judeo-Christian faith, I strongly encourage you to read what Richard wrote. Having studied Marxism-Leninism for many years, I am firmly convinced, as is the writer of this book, Richard Wurmbrand, that Karl Marx became a satanist early in his life. If true, that makes Marx's writings Das Kapital and The Communist Manifesto, satanic, which of course makes anything derived of it, satanic too. There is some room for error, but this is no overreaching claim. The evidence is there for you, if you choose to accept it.
A couple of things also for your consideration. The writer of this book, a man of Christian faith and conviction, spent 14 years of his life imprisoned in Europe for his outspoken views of Communism. Does that sound like a man unwilling to speak the truth? Aside from the accounts described in this book, another unexplained oddity about Marx's writings remains unresolved. There are still 87 volumes, of 100 total, of Marx's writings secreted away under lock and key somewhere in the Kremlin. Ask yourself why. Why would so popular a man in Socialist "Marxist" ideologies, whose previous books are almost required reading in today's colleges, have so many hidden and unpublished writings?
Could it be that where there is still some room for doubt about his satanism, those 87 volumes in Russia would remove all doubt?