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    Default Who is the World's Greatest Mass Murderer?

    Is the world's greatest mass murderer Hitler, Stalin or Mao?

    Whereas Hitler managed to kill about ten million of his own people over about seven years, the marxists, led by Stalin and Mao managed to kill about one hundred million of their own people over seventy years.

    And it is important to remember that it was not the enemy they killed but their own people who were helpless and dependent on them.

    Stalin notched up about twenty million, but Mao topped them all with about eighty million.

    And for those of you who would like to read the documentation and the exact figurers, you can find them in, "The Black Book of Communism", written and collated by a group of left-wing French historians.

    So it is the marxist Mao who is the world's greatest mass murderer.

    Does this matter today?

    Yes, because today the Marxists have joined the Islamists in their jihad of murder, intimidation and propaganda.

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    Yeah, I agree that Mao was the greatest Mass Murderer. It's ironic, too. He seems to be the least radical of the three and least crazy compared to Stalin and Hitler.

    In 8th grade we were told that Stalin only killed about 5 million of his own people. I went home, opened a book, and understood otherwise. Most people don't know the full extent of his killings, and the mass graves in Russia haven't really been openly publicized, which is understandable.
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    God.
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    God doesn't kill people, people kill people in spite of God.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    i wouldn't say "in spite of". and he counts in my mind as a motivational personality.
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    People kill other people because of religious disputes. It isn't God's fault, per se, because he isn't ordering it either way. But he is a motivational personality, but never does he come out and tell you that any one religion is superior, which is a leading cause in religious disputes, and it is the people's opinions of prejudice and ethnocentrism that leads to religious based deaths.
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    you're taking a thrown out statement far too seriously.
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    Certainly Mao and his ministers caused the most total deaths in history. Special mention should be go to the An Shi Rebellion in the 8th Century CE. Between the battles, mass executions, and famines, over 30 million people died, which was about 15 percent of the world's population at the time. One man/administration wasn't responsible, though. It was civil war, and all of the casualties were Chinese. What have we learned from the An Shi Rebellion, Mongol Conquests, Manchu Conquest, Taiping Rebellion, and Great Leap Forward? If you enjoy living, don't be Chinese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    you're taking a thrown out statement far too seriously.
    GOD IS A SERIOUS MATTER!

    But for real, I kind of was. I just felt like putting up a decent argument against you, for fun and all, to give a chance for my Ne to do some laps.
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    Can't forget Pol Pot.

    He was a real winner......its not quantity......its quality.

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