The Mind of Anti-Christ

I’ve been following the protests in North Africa, particularly Egypt, and that led me to  works on non-violent protest by Gene Sharp, who is said to have influenced those in Tahrir Square.
As I rabbit-trailed onward I found this quote:

Pol Pot decided that a people so “stupid” as to refuse his ways and thoughts must be destroyed and re-educated through forced labor and “tbaung chawb” (hoe blade) to strike the necks of those with “incorrect” thinking. There is no gain to keep them, no loss to eliminate them, the Khmer Rouge said. Thus, Pol Pot killed the nation.- A. Gaffar Peang-Meth

I read it to the Magpie, “There is no gain to keep them, no loss to eliminate them.” and he immediately responded, “The mind of the anti-Christ.”

Think back and now, to dictators past and present, who thus shed the blood of their people without compunction, and your heart will tell you that this is true.

Whenever the church too, departs from the mindset of the God who is “not willing that any should perish” and thinks “There is no gain to keep them, no loss to eliminate them.” it has espoused the mindset of the enemy.


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