The Antichrist

  "The coming of the lawless one by the activity of Satan will be with all power and with pretended signs and wonders, and with all wicked deception for those who are to perish, because they refused to love the truth and so be saved. Therefore God sends upon them a strong delusion, to make them believe what is false, so that all may be condemned who did not believe the truth but had pleasure in unrighteousness."

(From The Second Letter of Paul To The Thessalonians, Ch.2; vs.9-12)

"The great masses of the people...
will more easily fall victim to a great lie than to a small one."

(Adolph Hitler)

(Taken from Mein Kampf, Chapter 10.)

"A diplomat's words must contradict his deeds-
otherwise, what sort of diplomat is he?
Words are one thing, deeds something entirely different."

(Joseph Stalin, 1913)

"We have no right ever to forget that psychological warfare
is a struggle for winning people's minds."

(Mikhail Gorbachev)

(Taken from "Soviet disinformation chief: A master at using words as Cold War weapons".
New York Tribune, 7/27/87)

The modern peace symbol is, in fact, a satanic symbol called the "Cross Of Nero" (Nero was a Roman emporer who was infamous for his ruthless persecution and murder of Christians). The symbol is an inverted, broken Christian cross in a circle and is supposed to signify the defeat of Christianity (see Bob Larson's book, Satanism, p.109). This represents how peace in the modern world is a false, antichristian peace.

The one man most responsible for the current false peace is Mikhail Gorbachev, former leader of the ex-Soviet Union (he supposedly retired on Christmas Day of 1991). Gorbachev, who rose to power in the context of the atheistic, militaristic Russian communist empire, is today seeking to project the image of a moralistic, peaceful leader who wants to establish a "new world order" based upon democratic values. He is the opposite of everything he appears to be.

His lies appear to be working, however, since today Mikhail Gorbachev is one of the most popular statesman in history. He has been awarded the Nobel Peace prize, and, similar to how Hitler was Time magazine's "Man of the Year" during the 1930's, Gorbachev was Time's "Man of the Decade" for the 1980's. As long as he keeps telling people what they want to hear, Gorbachev's success will probably continue. Indeed, when all is said and done, the odds are that Mikhail Gorbachev, who is destroying the world, will be perceived as a world savior by the unthinking masses who prefer comforting lies to the hard truth.

In his most recent work of hypocrisy, Gorbachev reveals the ruthless act of global mass destruction his government is planning by hinting at what is to come.

Quotes from Mikhail Gorbachev's new book,
The Search For A New Beginning: Developing A New Civilization:

"There is a great peril in allowing ourselves to be lulled by a soothing but incorrect sense that because the Cold War has ended, the nuclear danger has eased and no longer requires urgent attention. If anything, this false sense of security makes the mortal danger that yet lurks in the shadow of our unfolding new affairs more perilous than ever."

"In all likelihood, no one- neither the political leaders nor any other thinking individual- really believed that right after the end of the Cold War we would immediately start living under a new world order. Between the old order and the new lies a period of transition that we must go through- moving toward a new structure of international relations marked by cooperating, interacting, and taking advantage of new opportunities. What we are actually seeing today, however, looks rather like a world disorder."

"The end of the Cold War has also brought to the fore tensions that were latent, frozen as it were, during the confrontation between the global alliances. Many of these tensions have exploded into bloody conflicts."

"The holocaust of World War II was one of the most terrible crimes of Nazism. The Holocaust should be a reminder of the dangers in democracy, about the imperfections of the existing democratic systems, and about the special responsibility of all those who are committed to democracy, not just in words, but in deeds."

"Democracy means moral values, without which democracy can deteriorate and degenerate, often leading to the establishment of authoritarian and totalitarian regimes."

"Whereas I understand those who are mindful of possible aggressive ambitions of some rogue dictator or authoritarian regime, I believe that a new structure of international relations, which I here propose, combined with the absolute superiority of democratic nations in sophisticated conventional arms, provide guarantees that are quite sufficient for genuine national security in the new world order."


(Note that Gorbachev supposedly "resigned"
on Christmas Day of 1991.)

On Friday, October 25, 1996 ABC television commentator
Charles Gibson asked Mikhail Gorbachev the following
question during an interview:

"It is an interesting paradox to so many Americans-
you are so honored throughout the world for
fundamental changes, but, I don't have to recite the
election results to you, in the last election you got
a very small, tiny percent of the vote. Why is
Gorbachev seen so differently outside Russia and
inside Russia?"

This was Gorbachev's response:

"Well, let's recall another example. Jesus Christ was
pelted with stones. He was blamed and condemned, and
then he was put with a bandit and they were taken for
execution. And when it was said that one of them could
be spared, the people said the bandit should be spared
and Christ was crucified."

Here are some more recent quotes from Mr. Gorbachev:

"Communist ideology in its pure form is akin to
Christianity. Its main ideas are the brotherhood of all
peoples irrespective of their nationality, justice and
equality, peace, and an end to all hostility between

(from Gorbachev's new book- 'Memoirs')

"The socialist tradition....goes back to Jesus Christ,
not (Karl) Marx."

(USA Today, October 28th, 1996)

"Jesus Christ, he was also a reformer. He was pelted
with stones and insulted."

(New York Times, October 25th, 1996)

The excerpt below is from Reuters World Service, December 8,
1996, Sunday, BC cycle:

HEADLINE: FEATURE - "Vital Gorbachev refuses to let go of

(Gorbachev) is frank, though hardly contrite, about the
failures of judgement that led him to promote to senior
positions the very men who would plot to overthrow him in

"How do you explain Judas -- right there next to Jesus
Christ?" he asks. "How do you explain that? And Christ
did not recognise him for what he was. You could say
that's a metaphor."


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