Marx & B.F Skinner Ruling America

The true biblical gospel includes the elements of the blood sacrifice, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ inaugurating the New Covenant resulting in the redemption of sins committed under the first covenant (Mosaic Covenant), the Holy Spirit, the forgiveness of sins, sanctification and eternal inheritance unto Israelites, the genetic descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

The modern “gospel” being proclaimed today misapplies the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ to all people of all races.  Thus, this “gospel” is inclusive of all who would receive it.  This “gospel” is not confined only to the New Covenant recipients of racial Israelites but extends outside of it.  This “gospel” goes beyond what is clearly written in the Bible in terms of the New Covenant and, therefore, is not the Biblical gospel. 

Today, the descendants of Biblical Israel can be positively identified as the Anglo-Celto-Saxon, Germanic, Scandinavian and kindred people.  Those [Most] who call themselves “Jews” today are not Israelites, contrary to popular opinion, but are impostors of Turkish-Mongolian-Finn extraction.  — Christian Identity Ministries; Cardwell, QLD

Leftist Radicals Ruling America From the Grave


By Brannon Howse

According to the U.S. News & World Report, there were more than 10,000 Marxist (communists) professors teaching in American colleges and universities in the 1980s.  (Source:  Jan. 25, 1982, U.S. News & World Report, “Marxism in the U.S. Classrooms.”

Seven years later, it was reported in the Denver Post that in many Midwestern universities, up to 90 percent of the faculty were avid Marxists (Source: “Marxism Thrives on Campus.”  The Denver Post, Aug. 29, 1989.  The ultimate goal of these cultural Marxists was to destroy Christianity in all areas of Christian worldview from our culture.  Their method of change was to control public school and university curricula to indoctrinate your child.

[The article contains eight individuals who were leftist radicals.  I will only print two of them due to space. The eight leftist radicals mentioned in this article are: 1. John Dewey; 2. Saul Alinsky; 3. Karl Marx; 4. Margaret Sanger; 5. John Maynard Keynes; 6. Friedrich Nietzsche; 7. Aldous Huxley and 8. B.F. Skinner.]

III.  Karl Marx

The foundation of Marxism is atheism.  Karl Marx, the father of socialism/communism, called for the centralization of all power by the State and government control of all factories and enterprises (the means of production).

Marx called religion “the opium of the people” and wrote that men is the highest being, not God.

Marxism called for the elimination of all private property, a heavy progressive income tax, abolition of all inheritance, centralization of all credit into the hands of the State by means of a national bank (like our Federal Reserve), elimination of religion in schools and public life and the elimination of the family. 

Marx believed the “idea of God is the keynote of a perverted civilization.”  A letter to Karl Marx from his own father dated March 2, 1837, reveals his father’s fear that Karl was under demonic influence.

Three of Marx’s six children died of starvation as infantsTwo others committed suicide, while Marx and his benefactor Friedrich Engels went on drinking binges discussing socialist philosophy.  Marx didn’t even attend his own wife’s funeral.  Fewer than 12 people attend Marx’s funeral, but he is the founder of Marxism which, combined with Leninism, killed more than 100 million people in the 20th Century.

[In 1862, Marx wrote a letter to Engels saying, “A lousy life like this is not worth living.” He would, however, go on to live for another two decades. When he died he was broke and his influence was waning—only 11 people attended his funeral on March 17, 1883 (telegrams were also received from the French Workers’ Party (Paris Branch) and the Spanish Workers’ Party (Madrid Branch)). Marx’s work might have faded into obscurity had it not influenced a young Russian revolutionary named Vladimir Lenin. After reading Das Kapital, Lenin declared himself a Marxist seven years after Marx’s death. Lenin would go on to become founder of the Russian Communist Party, leader of the Bolshevik Revolution, and architect and first head of the Soviet state.]

VIII.  B.F. Skinner

An avowed atheist, B.F. Skinner was a behavioral Psychologist.  A graduate from Harvard University, he was a pioneer in developing programmed learning and thought control.  He believed that man was controlled by stimuli and once you had the right stimuli you could control anyone.  He considered the educational setting as the ideal place to apply his methods of thought control and indoctrination. 

Programming Humans:  Skinner believed in Darwinian Evolution and saw little difference between animals and humans.  Skinner believed that by using “teaching machines” (computers) that a perfect world or utopia could be created by programmed teaching, thought control, coercion, brainwashing and manipulation.

The goal was to remediate (or retrain) students of wrong attitudes and beliefs, most likely those instilled by their parents.  The computer was the fastest way to track both a student’s moral and character development to correct his or her wrong developmental behavior (particularly  if the parents had attempted to instill in their children a Biblical worldview.)

Under Mastery Learning and Outcome-Based Education, teachers were expected to track, record and correct improper attitudes, values, feelings and emotions in their students.  Today, computers can track and correct students who exhibit politically incorrect responses even without the aid of a teacher.