The Devil and Communist China: From Mao Down to Xi

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As Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn said, “Within the philosophical system of Marx and Lenin, and at the heart of their psychology, hatred of God is the principal driving force, more fundamental than all their political and economic pretensions.” This is certainly true of the leaders of the Communist “dynasty” that currently rules China. Chairman Mao, the founder of the Red Dynasty, proudly referred to himself as wu fa wu tian—a Chinese phrase meaning that he was both Godless and lawless. His hatred of God was matched only his rejection of all authority other than his own.

The current occupant of the Dragon Throne, Xi Jinping has a thriving personality cult, including a Xi Jinping app that everyone must have on their phones which downloads daily readings from Xi’s speeches and writings. Churches are being turned into “Civilization Practice Stations for the New Era”, their Bibles confiscated and replaced with Xi’s collected works, sermons replaced with political indoctrination of the “Thou shalt have no other gods before you than the CCP” kind. Pictures of Jesus Christ are taken down and replaced with pictures of Chairman Mao and Secretary Xi.

In The Devil and Communist China, Steven Mosher lays out in great detail the diabolical self-aggrandizement with deep roots in Chinese ancient political theory, called Legalism, which established the prototype for the totalitarian rule that the Chinese people suffer under today. It is perhaps no accident that the red dragon has been, since the founding of China as a unified country in 220 BC, as the archetypal symbol of that country. The Devil’s false promise has always been “You shall be as Gods,” and China’s leaders down to the present day continue to make this Faustian bargain, to the detriment of the Chinese people and—ultimately—their own souls.

Steven W. Mosher
Paul Kengor

Editorial Reviews

Lee Edwards (Chairman Emeritus, Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation)

“Part history, part biography, part religious exploration, The Devil and Communist China is a compelling study of the evil ideology that is Communism and of its most demonic practitioner today—the Chinese Communist Party and its megalomaniacal leader Xi Jinping. Mosher knows China and Communism through personal experience as few in the West do. He brings to bear his considerable erudition and understanding in this timely book which argues convincingly that the specter of Mao Zedong haunts China and the world today. Once you start reading, you won't be able to put it down.”

Robert Royal (Author of The Catholic Martyrs of the 20th Century: A Comprehensive Global History)

“The demonic nature of Communist China ought to be self-evident to everyone. But it’s not—which is why Steven Mosher’s clear, steady, and comprehensive examination of its true nature is so very valuable. This is a book to read very carefully. And amidst the many troubling things he documents, he never loses sight of the fundamental spiritual battle going on, nor does he fail to remind us of the power to combat devilish evils that we have received in Jesus Christ.”

Fr. Lawrence Carney III (Author of The Secret of the Holy Face)

“After writing The Secret of the Holy Face, a book explaining how God wants us to fight the scourge of revolutionary men, I quoted that China killed a conservative estimate of 65 million. This is a very timely book because it gives us a cautionary tale about the evil that awaits us if we abandon God: enslavement of the world population, destruction of the family, erasure of national identities, famines, close friend informants, etc. God is currently punishing the world by taking away Christianity. This book is a wake-up call to ‘man-the-deck’ in the mystical combat of all time. God loves to watch a soul battle it out for salvation. Equip yourself with this book like a helmet of salvation and get to know the common enemy of all that is good.”