Communism in Cambodia

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Communism is generally defined as; a political theory derived from Karl Marx (a jew) or system of social organization based on the holding of all property in common, actual ownership being ascribed to the community as a whole or to the state; A system of social organization in which all economic and social activity is controlled by a totalitarian state dominated by a single and self-perpetuating political party.

-Totalitarianism defined as – of or relating to a system of government that is centralized and dictatorial and requires complete subservience to the state

In 1935 Rabbi Stephen Wise stated “Some call it Marxism, I call it Judaism. In all reality communism is, was, and has always been jewish. That is the key point and headline in and every travestiviety committed under the name of communism; judaism, christianity, Islam, the reign of Josef stalin, Mao Tse Tsung, etc….

Communism is Jewish

You have nothing, you are nothing. The point of life is to work and die. Communistic view towards you – “To keep you is no benefit, to destroy you is no loss.” Communism’s ultimate goal is to create a slave state.

Essentially using nihilism as one of their biggest tools, and also of course using torture, mass murder, depopulation, and genocide.

Nihilism defined as – the rejection of all religious and moral principles, often in the belief that life is meaningless. (Mentioned within many writings of Friedrich Nietzsche)

In Cambodia in the 1960’s Saloth Sar or otherwise known as Pol Pot, was the leader of the communist party Khmer Rouge. [Khmers rouges, were the name given to the followers of the Communist Party of Kampuchea in Cambodia formed in 1968] Pol pot and his communist party began a reign of undeniable horrors, committing crimes against humanity and have still never been brought to justice…

• Side note* Saloth Sar learned many ideas from Mao, the radical Communist leader of China who was also a personal friend. –

Jews created communist China

Khmer Rouge forces began by removing all aspects of the previous regime—all private property was seized, laws and religion were abolished, markets and currency disappeared, public spaces were closed, and any opposition to the new regime was considered treasonous. Borders of Cambodia were closed; thus no outsiders were allowed in and no Cambodians were allowed out.

The Khmer Rouge had a policy of evacuating urban areas and forcibly relocating their residents to the countryside. Large cities such as Phnom Penh, Pursat and Battambang were promptly evacuated, forcing millions of civilians into the countryside to begin strenuous forced labor under gruesome working conditions. They worked people from 3am to 11 pm at night, and any social interaction, even just smiling at someone was forbidden and considered a punishable crime. Also exiling roughly half a million Cambodians to Thailand and other parts of the world.

Torture was widespread, thousands of politicians and bureaucrats accused of association with previous governments were executed. The régime turned Phnom Penh into a ghost city, while people in the countryside died of starvation or illnesses, or were simply killed.

How Pol Pot kept control – First, he decided to cut the capital off from contact with outside sources of supplies, putting the city under siege. Second, he enforced tight control over people trying to leave the city through Khmer Rouge lines. He also ordered a series of general purges of former government officials, and anyone with an education. A set of new prisons was also constructed in Khmer Rouge run areas. The Cham minority attempted an uprising in order to stop the destruction of their culture. The uprising was quickly crushed, Saloth ordered that harsh physical torture be used against most of those involved in the revolt. As previously, Saloth tested out harsh new policies against the Cham minority, before extending them to the general population of the country.

The combination of executions, strenuous working conditions, malnutrition and poor medical care caused the deaths of approximately 25 percent of the Cambodian population.

Immediately after the fall of Phnom Penh, the Khmer Rouge began to implement their concept of Year Zero and ordered the complete evacuation of Phnom Penh and all other recently captured major towns and cities. Those leaving were told that the evacuation was due to the threat of severe American bombing and it would last for no more than a few days. Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge had been evacuating captured urban areas for many years, but the evacuation of Phnom Penh was unique in its scale. Pol Pot stated that “…the first step in progress was deliberately designed to exterminate an entire class.”

François Ponchaud’s book Cambodia: Year Zero, “Ever since 1972, the guerrilla fighters had been sending all the inhabitants of the villages and towns they occupied into the forest to live and often burning their homes, so that they would have nothing to come back to.” The Khmer Rouge systematically destroyed food sources that could not be easily subjected to centralized storage and control, cut down fruit trees, forbade fishing, outlawed the planting or harvest of mountain leap rice, abolished medicine and hospitals, forced people to march long distances without access to water, exported food, embarked on foolish economic projects, and refused offers of humanitarian aid. As a result a humanitarian catastrophe unfolded: hundreds of thousands died of starvation and brutal government-inflicted overwork in the countryside. To the Khmer Rouge, outside aid went against their principle of national self-reliance.

That was a jewish tactic to make National Socialism look bad. National Socialism teaches and wants a nation to be self reliant, but the Khmer Rouge blatantly let their people starve and refused to give them proper medical care. They refused outside aid not because they wanted their country to be self reliant but because they did not care about their people, and were intentionally starving them.

Another jewish tactic they used in Cambodia and have used before is the idea of year zero. “The idea behind Year Zero is that all culture and traditions within a society must be completely destroyed or discarded and a new revolutionary culture [my note Jewish Communism] must replace it, starting from scratch. All history of a nation or people before Year Zero is deemed largely irrelevant, as it will ideally be purged and replaced from the ground up. Jewish Christianity also started the calendar at year Zero, AD. And did to whole societies what the Communists did to Cambodia.

The Killing Fields are a number of sites in Cambodia where collectively more than a million people were killed and buried by the Communist Khmer Rouge regime. Modern research has located 20,000 mass graves from the Khmer Rouge era all over Cambodia. Various studies have estimated the death toll at between 740,000 and 3,000,000 – most commonly arriving at figures between 1.7 million and 2.2 million. It has become very hard to come to a conclusive death toll because these people were buried in mass graves, or executed and tortured and then discarded as if they were nothing. Under communistic rule or jewish rule you are nothing and only live to serve. Quote from the Jewish Talmud:
Simeon Haddarsen, fol. 56-D: “When the Messiah comes every Jew will have 2800 slaves.”

According to international law, Khmer Rouge leaders can only be prosecuted for genocide. If genocide cannot be proven, prosecution will be difficult. Beth van Schaack, an international law professor, argues that due to the CPPCG’s “blind spot,” or exclusion of majority and political groups in the Convention’s definition, Khmer Rouge leaders cannot be held legally responsible for genocide and must be charged with lesser crimes. This is jews getting away with genocide…

In communists countries, or anywhere communists or the jews have taken over all of these things are very common.. Extermination of anyone with knowledge because knowledge is the key. Depopulation – forcibly moving people from their homes, whereas in Cambodia they were forced into the countryside to perform hard labour and many were worked to death or as in Germany after world war 2, where many Germans were forcibly moved from their homes into places that no longer existed or were placed in labour- death camps. Genocide and torture is always wide spread, mainly for the amusement of the jews in charge. All of these things have happened many times throughout history and continue to happen because the Gentile people are under a powerful spell by the jews. But with the reverse torah rituals that many dedicated satanists are doing, people are starting to wake up and see the truth. “The enemy will manifest themselves blatantly as time draws closer to our cause.” Keep meditating everyday, make sure to do the reverse torah workings.

Year Zero: The Silent Death Of Cambodia
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