Share this page
Chaos frequently leads to revolution. Chaos is the ultimate tool and the goal of revolutionaries.
Hatred of humanity led Karl Marx to revive the ancient pagan belief in social regeneration through systematic chaos ("Marx's Religion of Revolution: Regeneration Through Chaos" by Dr. Gary North).
It has often been observed that revolutions professing liberty end up as tyrannies - a permanent revolution in the service of unattainable ends.
'All modern revolutions have ended in a reinforcement of the power of the state.' ("L’Homme révolté" 1951 by Albert Camus)
The impetus for change and the desire to seize power is inherent to revolutionary movements, whether they be communist, socialist, Nazi, Islamist, trans, feminist or animal rights.
FRENCH REVOLUTION 1789 - 1799
There is little disagreement that the French had reason to revolt. King Louis XVI, claiming he was doing the will of God, had spent more money than he had, so over-taxed the people. The privileges of the church and aristocracy over-burdened the people.
The dictatorship imposed by the Committee of Public Safety during the Reign of Terror, from 1793 until 1794, established price controls on food and other items, dechristianised society through the creation of a new calendar and the expulsion of religious figures, degenerating into a chaotic bloodbath. Large numbers of civilians were executed by revolutionary tribunals during the Terror, with estimates ranging from 16,000 to 40,000. Elections were suspended, debt was repudiated, financial instability resulted and the clergy was persecuted (in the name of freedom of religion).
It became the focal point for the development of all modern political ideologies, leading to the spread of liberalism, radicalism, nationalism, socialism, feminism, and secularism, among many others. It finally culminated in a dictatorship under Napoleon Bonaparte. (see Violence and chaos of French Terror. - If that link is broken there is a local link here)
BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION 1917 - 1991
The Russian people overthrew the Tsar in Febraury, 1917, in a revolt known as the February Revolution. The turmoil was used by the Bolshevik Socialists, following the teachings of Karl Marx, who overturned the new revolutionary government in what is known as the October Revolution or the Bolshevik Revolution.
This was followed by the Russian Civil War 1917-1922, but in actuality, the war against the people (chaos) didn't end until dissolution of the USSR in 1991. All private property was seized by the state, Russian banks were nationalized, private bank accounts were confiscated, the Church's properties (including bank accounts) were seized, all foreign debts were repudiated, control of the factories was given to the soviets, wages were fixed at higher rates than during the war, and a shorter, eight-hour working day was introduced. (These were the "good" deeds). Much worse were the work camps (gulags) that fed on millions of people. Workers died from cold, overwork and starvation, often in as little as four months. They were replaced by others. Joseph Stalin, dictator and leader of the Soviet Union from 1922 until 1952 is estimated to have killed or caused the death of 60 million people (Solzhenitsyn - see "Europe - The 10 Toes of Daniel 2", also see The Red Terror).
Socialism was unsustainable and failed. These are just two of many examples of chaos, created for the purpose of revolution.
The U.S. revolution was the exception that proves the rule. Why did that revolution end peaceably? The primary differences between it and the socialist revolutions were the adoption of natural law (a euphemism for God's Law) and property rights. Because of these, it lacked the period of systematic, planned chaos.
"America is like a healthy body and its resistance is threefold: its patriotism, its morality and its spiritual life. If we can undermine these three areas, America will collapse from within." Joseph Stalin
For a comparison between modern USA and Russia see here.
Today, little by little, CHAOS is coming to America. America is becoming more socialistic, having embraced cultural Marxism (multiculturalism and political correctness). With the aid of corporate America, policies, "laws" and media propaganda, it has implemented, partially or totally, all of the so-called "Ten planks of the Communist Manifest" (a local link). (To read the complete Communist Manifesto - an external link is here). If the path doesn't change, CHAOS will become complete and revolution will surely follow.
Said another way: Chaos -> Revolution -> Tyranny -> Death