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The Abiding Threat

The Ongoing Validity of the Angleton-Golytsin Thesis

"… the American decent into Marxism is happening
with breath taking speed …"

Pravda, April 27, 2009

With the recent celebrations of the fall of the Berlin Wall 20 years ago and US President Obama visiting the US's main creditor China it might be good to revisit the old Angleton-Golytsin thesis regarding the false liberalization in Russia and the hidden, long-term Russia-China alliance. Five years ago I wrote about it and researchers still find confirmation upon confirmation for the thesis. Find below some of their analyses.

Don't expect this administration, with its many Marxist sympathizers and its leader a tool of fifth column New World Order organizations to incorporate this into its geopolitical perceptions and strategy. Instead, US domestic and foreign policy is and has been driven by a quite large set of incorrect assumptions shared by both parties, the most important and dangerous among which are: Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda are responsible for 9/11, even while it was an inside job; Russia and China can be played out against each other and contained, even while they are in secret alliance and are quite powerful; record-setting government deficits and low interest rates will save the US and world economy, even while setting the conditions for the next and bigger economic crisis. These together with a plethora of other faulty perceptions are responsible for the increasing possibility of the demise of the American Republic in the near future and its subsequent absorption into a New World Order through either military conquest, convergence through legislation or an internal coup/revolution.

Probably, and hopefully, only the emergence of a robust constitutionalist anti-Marxist third party might save the day. I like to remind my friends in the Theosophical, Krishnamurti and Ascended Master movements that they could, and maybe should, agree on supporting such a third party effort as key persons in all three movements have come out strongly in opposition to all Marxist and derivative policies. HPB declared her hostility to the "insane dreams of Socialism and of Communism." Krishnamurti would in no way submit himself to any coercive policies coming from any quarter however idealistic. And Elizabeth Clare Prophet, the HPB of the 20th century, provided arguably the most elaborate esoteric analysis of the Marxist agenda. (sources)

Govert Schuller
November 17, 2009


The Abiding Communist Threat in its Open and Hidden Manifestations
Govert Schuller
Alpheus, July 4, 2004

The ultimate goal of the communist grand strategy is world dominion, which can be achieved either through a) internal revolutions, b) military conquest or c) a convergence, on communist terms, of the capitalist and communist systems into a world government. All three strategies are combined in different ways dependent on the strategic need of the hour. Within the context of the ultimate communist aim the advantage of strategic deception is obvious. The more the West is convinced of the communists' 'good' intentions and its internal weaknesses and divisions, the more the West might relax its strategic vigilance and even, unwittingly, actively help it to achieve its aims.


Decades of Suicidal Policies Vis-à-vis Russia and China
William F. Jasper
New American, July 22, 2009

"These military operations (which have gone virtually unreported in the United States) underscore the extensive and growing military, economic, technological, and political cooperation between Moscow and Beijing over the past decade and a half. They also demolish the supposed wisdom of the prevailing "experts" at the CIA and State Department, who contended that the "Sino-Soviet split" was "permanent," and that the United States should encourage this perceived split by wooing both communist regimes with diplomatic overtures, aid, and trade.

Four decades of this bipartisan wisdom by U.S. policymakers has resulted in the transfer, virtually, of America's entire manufacturing base to China and the transformation of Mao's "People's Republic" from a weak and hopelessly primitive Third World state into a global economic and military superpower."


Defenseless and Stupid
J. R. Nyquist
Geopolitical Global Analysis, February 8, 2008

A recent Pravda headline stated, "USA absolutely defenseless against possible attack from Russia or China." Of course, this headline seems ludicrous to most Americans. But there is nothing ludicrous about it. In 1998 a leading Russian military defector told me that Russia and China could combine to defeat the United States in a future war. Yes, such a war is possible, even if the Americans think it's some kind of joke. According to Pravda, "No matter how mighty it may seem, the United States of America is defenseless in the face of an external enemy. Neither the U.S. Army nor the National Guard will be able to rebuff a sudden attack due to the lack of military training and equipment."


U.S., Russia "Reset" the Convergence Agenda
William F. Jasper
New American, May 11, 2009

[Russia's foreign minister] Mr. Lavrov broached this subject [of convergence] more explicitly than usual in his speech last September 24 at Pratt House, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) headquarters in New York, where he called for "international law" and "global government" under a strengthened United Nations.

This will require "global leadership," said Putin's foreign minister, "but this can only be achieved through joint effort of Russia, EU and US. Legitimacy of any system of global government and any leadership will be determined by their efficiency in confronting the entire gamut of challenges of our time. Conditions, I believe, are getting in place for a new momentum of convergence in the Euro-Atlantic."

Lavrov's globalist message was one with which the CFR crowd, naturally, was muy simpatico; convergence and world government have been, for the past several decades, major themes of Pratt House luminaries, such as Henry Kissinger, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Daniel Bell, John Kenneth Galbraith, Strobe Talbott, Walt Rostow, Richard Gardner, et al.


Marina Kalashnikova's Warning to the West
J. R. Nyquist
Geopolitical Global Analysis, July 17, 2009

Russia has built an alliance of dictators, what Kalashnikova calls an "alliance of the most unbridled forces and regimes." Extremists of all kinds serve the purpose of breaking the peace, damaging Western economies, and setting the stage for a global revolution in which the balance of power shifts from the United States and the West to the Kremlin and its Chinese allies. "Among the ideas that animate general staff analysts in the Kremlin, there is the idea of diffusion," says Kalashnikova, "It is not that the Kremlin should strive for territorial expansion and the dissemination of its [political] model. The critical thing is power and the fulcrum of an overall strategic context. In that case, even if the Americans appear influential in the post-Soviet countries, Moscow remains in charge. The [Russian] General Staff therefore has successfully expanded Moscow's position beyond and above the old Soviet position in Africa and Latin America." What prevails, she says, is Moscow's "assertiveness and determination without fear of a reaction from the West."


Acknowledging the Deception
J. R. Nyquist
Geopolitical Global Analysis, July 24, 2009

If it sounds like Soviet times, you are not mistaken. The totalitarian system has now become more sophisticated and more streamlined. The West should not deceive itself. The Cold War never ended. The KGB remains in place. According to Kalashnikov, "It is not necessary to control the entire former Soviet area. We can project our influence. Even when we allow the Americans and NATO to have a presence there, we have the upper hand. I even suspect that what happened has produced a modernized strategic model."
Gone are the imperial burdens. Russia can use its secret agent networks to blackmail executives, politicians and intellectuals. Journalists can be bought inexpensively, as it turns out. The disinformation campaigns of the 60s, 70s and 80s have laid the groundwork for a great deception. The West thinks they are dealing with a new entity in Russia. Yet they are still dealing with the house that Stalin built.


Obama's Numerous Links with International Marxism Exposed
John Charlton
The Post & E-Mail, September 13, 2009

MR. CHARLTON: Did the Chicago Network invite Barack Obama to Chicago?
MR. LOUDON: Obama claims that he was inspired to leave New York for Chicago in 1983 after the election of the city's first black mayor Harold Washington-who was involved in Party fronts well into the 1980s.
It is important to note that Obama attended "socialist conferences" at the Cooper union while in New York.
Cooper Union was the usual venue of the annual Socialist Scholars Conference which was organized by Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) - the US's largest socialist/Marxist grouping.
Chicago DSA allied with the Chicago CP to elect Harold Washington and Carol Moseley Braun.
DSA endorsed Obama in his 1995 Illinois State senate run.
Obama joined the Chicago New Party at that time. The New Party was a coalition of ACORN, DSA, Committees of Correspondence and SEIU activists.
Obama worked closely with several DSA members in Chicago, a well as with come cadre from Committees of Correspondence - a Communist Party splinter group.
Several of Obama's close friends, neighbors and colleagues were involved with DSA including Saul Mendelson, Quentin Young, Timuel Black, Rabbi Arnold Wolf, Jackie Grimshaw, Leon Despres and Congressmen Danny Davis and Jan Schakowsky.
Of those Mendelson was an ex Trotskyite, Young is an ex Communist, Despres was an ex Socialist Party member and Trotskyite, Black is also a member of CoC and Davis has ties to both the Communist Party and CoC.


New NATO intelligence chief was trained by KGB
Judy Dempsey
New York Times, Sunday, February 3, 2008

Laborc, a former Communist who was trained at the KGB's Dzerzhinsky Academy from 1983 to 1989, according to members of the national security committee in the Hungarian Parliament, had failed to win support from that committee, which oversees such appointments.
Despite that, Gyurcsany and Gyorgy Szilvasy, the minister responsible for the intelligence services, pushed through the appointment.

Soon after his appointment, Laborc took over the chairmanship of NATO's special committee dealing with a wide range of intelligence issues, a rotating post that is held for a year and which fell to Hungary last month, alliance officials confirmed Friday.
The committee, whose main task is to analyze and share intelligence, includes all of the secret service chiefs of NATO countries, who meet several times a year.


American capitalism gone with a whimper
Pravda, April 27, 2009

It must be said, that like the breaking of a great dam, the American decent into Marxism is happening with breath taking speed, against the back drop of a passive, hapless sheeple, excuse me dear reader, I meant people.

The final collapse has come with the election of Barack Obama. His speed in the past three months has been truly impressive. His spending and money printing has been a record setting, not just in America's short history but in the world. If this keeps up for more then another year, and there is no sign that it will not, America at best will resemble the Weimar Republic and at worst Zimbabwe.
These past two weeks have been the most breath taking of all. First came the announcement of a planned redesign of the American Byzantine tax system, by the very thieves who used it to bankroll their thefts, loses and swindles of hundreds of billions of dollars. These make our Russian oligarchs look little more then ordinary street thugs, in comparison. Yes, the Americans have beat our own thieves in the shear volumes. Should we congratulate them?




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