"The Ministry of Peace concerns itself with war, the Ministry of Truth with lies, the Ministry of Love with torture and the Ministry of Plenty with starvation. These contradictions are not accidental , nor do they result from from ordinary hypocrisy: they are deliberate exercises in doublethink" ― George Orwell, 1984
The very popular peace symbol, we see it everywhere today on everything from children's clothing, to T-shirts, jewelry, and purses. But in the tradition of doublethink it means hatred, war, and death, not peace. The symbol used by the so-called peace movement is the Teutonic rune of death. Also called the Neronic Cross and Toten Rune, Nazis used it to replace the Christian cross on Waffen-SS graves.
In "Occult ABC" Dr. Kurt Koch (1913-1987), a noted German theologian who pastored, counseled and delivered more than 20,000 people suffering from occult bondage, writes that at the time of the first-century persecution of Christians, the "peace symbol," an inverted cross with its arms broken, was called the Neronic cross. It was on such a cross that the apostle Peter was crucified upside-down. Koch comments:
"The symbol of peace thus signifies an inverted cross and is a symbol of hatred against Christians." (Occult ABC, p. 242)
In the eighth century, the Saracens fought in Spain against the Catholic church. Their warriors had the symbol of death, the Neronic cross, painted on their shields:
"The same symbol of hatred against Christians was used by the Saracens when they fought against the Crusaders in A.D. 1099."
By the Middle Ages, the Neronic cross took on more sinister meaning:
"...the Neronic cross---known in many places as the pentagram---served as the symbol of the black mass, satanic cults and blasphemy."
During the 20th century the Neronic cross became the symbol for the "peace" movement. It was the arch-communist Bertrand Russell who adapted the Neronic cross as the now famous peace symbol because he himself was a determined enemy of Christianity. According to Koch, the "peace" symbol popularized by Russell has been worn by various arch-enemies of Christianity from leaders of the communist student movement in the USA to Russian trained Arab guerillas and the black pope Anton La Vey.
"Simon Peter at last sees it all as Jesus saw it all from the beginning. Even then, Simon sees it from a topsy-turvy angle. He and some two thousand other Christians have been tied to crosses stuck upside down on the grassy embankment around the Imperial Gardens on Vatican Hill. They have been daubed with pitch. Tonight they are to be living, screaming, dying torches. Emperor Nero, his lovely concubine Poppaea, and their guests will have light to eat by and sights to joke about. Each Christian will die in the classic sign of Satan — the upside-down cross." ("Capturing the Pagan Mind, Peter Jones, p. ix)
From the first century crucifixion of Christians up to our own time, the popular "peace" symbol has signified hatred and death against Christians. In this light, no Christian should ever wear this evil symbol.