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Understanding Psychopolitics and the 45 Goals of Communism Part 2-Deception and the Realigning of Loyalties

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This week, in a move that surely angered many conservative voters, President Donald Trump made a debt ceiling deal with the Democrats. Not just any Democrats, but Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, who are likely to be the most despised of them all.

While many people may have been shocked to see such a move, there are many others who warned Americans that this would likely happen because after all, Trump has been a Democrat his whole life.

Certain radio show hosts took to the air offering excuse after excuse as to why Trump may have done such a thing, insisting that his actions aren’t based on any ideological leanings but rather the desire to get a deal done.

This may be true to some degree, though one has to wonder why Americans allowed a non-ideological candidate who insisted he was a conservative become the Republican nominee in the first place.

Oh yeah, he was the only one who could beat Hillary Clinton.

There’s another reason for working inside the system. Dostoevski said that taking a new step is what people fear most. Any revolutionary change must be preceded by a passive, affirmative, non-challenging attitude toward change among the mass of our people. They must feel so frustrated, so defeated, so lost, so futureless in the prevailing system that they are willing to let go of the past and chance the future. This acceptance is the reformation essential to any revolution. (Alinsky, Rules For Radicals)

Is it possible that the election of Trump was a deceptive strategy employed by the Democrats to appease the American voter who was fed up with eight years of liberalism?

While many Americans will scoff at such a question it is one that should be taken seriously, especially if people believe the Democrats are pushing a socialist agenda because deception in the advancement of socialism is the rule of the day.

It is widely accepted today that Communism died with the fall of the Soviet Union and that the United States won the cold war.

This is not true, the collapse of Communism was a strategy of deception designed to lure the U.S. into lowering her guard and adopting a less defensive attitude towards Russia.

It was an attempt to convince the American government to begin a pattern of disarming its nuclear forces and cutting back its military growth.

One of the goals of the Communist Party was to create the illusion that reducing her offensive military capability would actually be a sign of strength on the part of the American government.

In the meantime, Russia’s military strength would grow and Communism would continue to thrive, while working its way into the minds of young American’s using the strategy of Ideological Subversion.

Everybody also believes that Ronald Reagan was responsible for the fall of the Soviet Union, this is also not true.

In fact, it would be more accurate to say that he is responsible for young people in American universities begging for a socialist government.

This is perhaps one of the biggest acts of deception ever pulled on the American people.

In the name of world peace and cultural understanding, Ronald Reagan signed agreements with Mikhail Gorbachev allowing Russian influence in American classrooms.

This was done in the name of advancing world peace.

One of the things that the Communists were extremely successful in accomplishing was perpetuating the belief that Communism stood for peace and equality.

The atrocities of Communist dictatorships have been wiped out of the history books and the illusion has been set in the minds of young people that the Nazi regime was of a right wing nature.

The book, The Communist Peace Offensive describes this strategy by quoting State Department advisor John Dulles’ testimony before Congress in July of 1950.

He testified to his belief that the Soviet Union was engaged in a psychological warfare campaign designed to create the illusion that the United States was a nation engaged in imperialistic wars of conquest and that Communism stood for peace, human rights and total equality.

Isn’t this what we hear from so many young college students today?

Former KGB agent Anatoliy Golitsyn wrote in his book New Lies For Old that Communists, in an effort to achieve global Communism, were willing to use any deceptive means necessary, even creating the illusion that Communism itself was dead.

This was called the “Weakness and Evolution Pattern” and it was employed with the intent of understating Communist strength and intent.

“The pattern of disinformation used during the implementation of a long-range policy may be called the “weakness and evolution” pattern, or the pattern of “calculated ideological moderation.” Its aim is to calm the fears of the adversaries of international communism by understating real communist strength and to confound the policies of those adversaries by masking the realities of communist policy.

When following this pattern, therefore, disinformation reflects real or imaginary weaknesses, splits, and crises in the communist world and projects an image of evolution away from an ideological toward a conventional, national system.

The intention is that the nations of the noncommunist world, accepting the alleged disunity and evolution of the communist world as genuine, will fail to respond effectively to communist offensive strategy and, in their confusion, will be induced to make practical miscalculations and mistakes in their dealings with the communist world.

The major role of  misinformation in the weakness and evolution pattern is to conceal and misrepresent the real nature, objectives, tactics, and techniques of communist policy.”  (Golitsyn, New Lies For Old)

What is the point of all of this?

If disinformation is a key strategy of implementing Communism in non-communist countries, why would it be out of the question for our entire election system to be a part of this deception?

Everybody knows that the so called right and left wing parties in America are of the same bird.

Yet, they refuse to accept that perhaps Donald Trump is just another part of this deceptive strategy.

The belief that he is the outsider that will fix it all and do what is right is foolish at best as it blinds Americans to the fact that we need to hold him accountable just as we are supposed to do with all politicians.

The fact that Donald Trump was running against Hillary Clinton ensured that Americans would blindly support him because, well let’s face it, anyone but Hillary would have been acceptable. Please re-examine the above quote from Rules For Radicals.

Another strategy employed by the Communists that may explain Trump’s crossing of the aisle is called the re-alignment of loyalties.

This is likely to be a far more plausible theory to die hard Trumpsters as it would place no fault on Trump for his actions.

Loyalty to the Communists simply means remaining in alignment with the state, or Communist goals.

To be disloyal is to be out of alignment with Communism and its objectives.

To bring one back into alignment one has to be made to believe that his previous loyalties were causing him stress or a lack of recognition.

In some cases, the imprisonment of the person in question may be required with fake evidence proving that it was his previous loyalties that brought him there.

The media and the labeling of people with certain stigmas serve this purpose well.

The constant accusations of racism, being accused of taking people’s health care, being anti-immigrant, all of these labels are brought to bear to demonstrate to those out of alignment that their previous loyalties, say to the Constitution and rule of law, are actually causing them duress.

In this author’s opinion, this strategy goes a long way to explain the behavior of not only Donald Trump but of most Republicans as well.

Could this have the illusion that America is the imperialistic war machine and Communist Russia was the pursuer of peace pressured Ronald Reagan to sign the agreements he signed with Gorbachev?

It is entirely possible, Reagan spoke adamantly about defeating Communism at any cost. It would have been quite easy for the Communists to portray him as a war monger while hiding behind a fake call for peace.

Despite what people choose to believe, Trump betrayed his voters by making a deal with two of the most despised Democrats.

In fact, it is these two Democrats that Trump’s voters put him in office to shut down, not make deals with.

Some will continue to make excuses for him the same way the Obamites made excuses for Obama. None of that changes the fact that Trump made a hard turn left and if people refuse to consider the possibility that he is just a distraction, he will continue to move to the left with no opposition.

It is imperative that people consider the information presented here.

While the conclusions are speculative, the strategies and disinformation tactics are real.

We already know the Democrats operate on an ends justify the means philosophy, so why wouldn’t they use Trump in this manner?

After all, do these people look like ideological opponents to you?

Article posted with permission from David Risselada

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