The Grand Strategy Was Deception
America is on the edge and tensions are rising. Impeachment, Russian collusion, red-flag laws, gun control, illegal immigration, constant accusations of racism, transgenderism and finally, the rising debt are all lending to the perfect storm where absolute chaos will enable the globalists to enact the control they have been pursuing for over a century. Most Americans have no idea where to stand on many of these issues as they live their lives in an innocent, albeit ignorant bliss. The rest of us follow along believing that the nation is made up of two rival political factions. One righteously fighting for the American way and the other made up of Communists, hell-bent on America’s destruction.
Yuri Bezmenov was a Soviet propaganda specialist who later defected to the United States and lived out his life as Thomas Schuman. He described the deceptive methods of the Soviet Union and their quest for global communism with a term he called ideological subversion. This is a process of changing the public’s perception of reality to the point that they have no idea where to stand on anything.
Ideological Subversion-An overt…slow process… to change the perception of reality of every American to such an extent that despite the abundance of information, no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interest of defending themselves, their families, their community and their country. (American Thinker)
It is safe to say that in some ways we have reached this point in America.
The constant portrayal of opposition to Trump’s agenda is an example of this insurrectionary methodology.
For example, pro-gun conservatives refuse to question President Trump even though he has openly supported red-flag laws and enacted an unconstitutional ban on bump stocks.
His supporters are not paying attention to the reality that the new trade agreement with Mexico will further the goals of establishing a North American Union, or, the fact that he just signed the new Defense Authorization Bill which still contains the provisions to detain Americans without charges or trial if they have been deemed to be enemy combatants.
The effective use of propaganda by the television media, which reinforces the illusion of two parties vehemently opposing one another is a prime example of ideological subversion.
In the book Perestroika Deception, Anatoliy Golitsyn, another Soviet propaganda specialist, warns the west of the Soviet’s mastery of misinformation and the use of controlled opposition to transform governments into communist states. He describes the differences between communist planning and the west’s understanding of strategy.
To the United States, strategy is usually understood in the context of short-term goals which are immediately achievable.
Comparatively speaking, the communists viewed strategy as “a grand design or general Party line which governs the Party’s actions over a long period and contains one or more special maneuvers designed to help the Party achieve its ultimate objectives” (Golitsyn, The Perestroika Deception).
One of these party lines and special maneuvers was creating the illusion that Communism had died, and the Soviet Union had taken on capitalist reforms.
In fact, Golitsyn implicitly states that the purpose was to use this illusion as a weapon against the west.
The defeat of Communism and their willingness to adopt capitalist reforms would cause the west to lower their guard.
Since then, I have submitted new memoranda to the CIA and American policymakers in which I explained Soviet grand strategy and its strategic designs against the West, the essence of ‘perestroika’ (the final phase of the strategy), the new use of the Bloc’s political and security potential for introducing new deceptive controlled ‘democratic’, ‘nationalist’ and ‘non-Communist’ structures in the Communist countries, and the deployment of the political and security potential of the renewed ‘democratic’ regimes for the execution of the strategic design against the West (Golitsyn, The Perestroika Deception).
What Golitsyn is saying is that Communism is alive and well and the idea that it has been defeated is part of the overall strategy to conquer the United States.
Another grand design involved creating the illusion that Communism stood for peace and equality.
The report entitled The Communist Peace Offensive, which was prepared and released by the House of Un-American Activities in 1951 highlights this strategy. The goal, and we see this playing out on our college campuses and in our public schools, was to portray the United States as the warmongering, oppressive nation and capitalism as a selfish system driven by greed.
Communism was to be presented as a system that stood for equality, peace, justice and human rights.
In the book The Naked Communist, a list of forty-five goals was presented. These goals were to present the founding fathers as selfish aristocrats and discredit the U.S. constitution on the grounds that it hampers cooperation between nations. Even mocking this knowledge as a conspiracy could be described as part of this overall strategy.
Why does any of this matter? Americans are overwhelmed in their own country and have no idea where to turn. Everything is being used against us and the stage is being set to implement the final stages of transforming the nation into a full-blown communist state. Our colleges and universities, right under our very noses and with little to no opposition, are indoctrinating our children into communist ideology.
If Communism had been defeated how could this be happening? By implementing the strategies described in this article, and the only way people will be able to come to terms with it is to accept it as truth and discard the notion that it is a discredited conspiracy theory.
The grand strategy was deception and Americans were deceived by one of their favorite conservative presidents and the notion that he economically defeated communism.
Ronald Reagan will long be remembered for bringing down the Berlin Wall and stopping Communist expansion.
Golitsyn even predicted the Soviets would take the necessary step of tearing down the wall as a means of deceiving the West.
Possibly being deceived himself, believing that the result would be a more peaceful world free from a fear of nuclear war, Ronald Reagan signed the Exchanges and cooperation in Scientific, Technical, Educational, Cultural and Other Fields, agreements with the Soviet Union which gave them influence in our education system.
The agreements call for Cooperation in the field of science and technology and additional agreements in other specific fields, including the humanities and social sciences; the facilitation of the exchange by appropriate organizations of educational and teaching materials, including textbooks, syllabi and curricula, materials on methodology, samples of teaching instruments and audiovisual aids, and the exchange of primary and secondary school textbooks and other teaching materials…the conducting of joint studies on textbooks between appropriate organizations in the United States and the Ministry of Education of the U.S.S.R. (Iserbyt, Soviets in the Classroom)
American’s first reaction to this would be denial. After all, Reagan was an ardent critic of Communism whose patriotic speeches on freedom and human dignity inspired generations of Americans. Ronald Reagan was also an actor with a personality that Americans could relate, just as Donald Trump was a reality television star with an enigmatic personality who can capture the attention of a nation.
Whether Reagan was deceived or signed these agreements knowing what he was doing will likely never be known.
Charlotte Iserbyt, author of The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America, makes a compelling case that Reagan had a hand in creating the regional governments the Soviets sought to create while serving as California’s governor.
Things in America are not as they seem.
We have been divided along so many lines ̶ politics, race, economics, religion and even along with our beliefs of what it means to be free.
The illusion being presented to us is one of rival political factions duking it out for the future of our nation.
Does this represent reality or is this part of a deceptive strategy?
President Trump is loved by his supporters even though many of his actions contradict the things he has promised.
The information provided in this article at least lays out the possibility that what we are witnessing is the grand strategy of deception designed to keep Americans locked in their respective ideological boxes.
If we do not at least consider this possibility we will have no way of stopping it if it is true.
Article posted with permission from David Risselada