Until Americans wake up and make the decision to cast aside this monstrosity of illegitimate government that was never meant to be, things will never change. While we are facing many problems which need our dire attention; inflation, higher fuel prices, and a government that uses behavioral manipulation through the media to control our thoughts and opinions, the biggest issue we face is our inability to acknowledge the real dilemma. We are trapped in a totalitarian worldview that boxes us in a predefined value system where the global elite tells us what conservatism, or liberalism for that matter, is supposed to mean. Fox News on the right tells us how to view the issues from a right-wing perspective, and CNN, along with the rest of the left-wing media, assumes the role of presenting the liberal narrative as America’s reality. We are told what to think about the issues we should consider important. People must come to accept that the media is set up to allow for dissenting viewpoints, which are “kept within bounds and at the margins so that while their presence shows that the system is not monolithic, they are not large enough to interfere unduly with the domination of the official agenda” (Manufacture of Consent, p. 12). Propaganda, according to Edward Bernays, has made it possible “to mold the minds of the masses so that they will direct all their efforts towards the desired ends” (Propaganda, p.19) of the deep state. What are the desired ends of the deep state? Global communism, silly. If the American people could bring themselves to look beyond the constant efforts to propagandize them, they would see they are being marched directly into the New World Order, under the belief that they are opposing it.
The war in Ukraine is a perfect example. There seems to be a developing idea that Putin is an anti-globalist, and his efforts in Ukraine are geared toward stopping Klaus Schwab’s “Great Reset.” Anything is possible I suppose, however, Russian foreign policy, as a matter of principle, has been geared towards destroying and discrediting the United States in order to usher in their grand, communist utopia. The book, The Naked Communist (p. 259), lists forty-five goals of the communist party, which were submitted in the congressional record at the time. Among these goals were the establishment of the United Nations as a world governing body, the discrediting of the American constitution and our founding fathers, and the belittling of all American culture. A report submitted by the House of Un-American Activities in 1951 entitled The Communist Peace Offensive, highlights this strategy in greater detail. The goal was to present America as the imperialist, greedy nation which imposes her will on the weaker countries to exploit their resources, while communism was presented as the only way to achieve world peace. It is hard to argue, looking at what is going on in our higher institutions of learning, that this has not been a successful strategy. While communist infiltration into education is a whole other story the American people must face; right now, the possibility that the American government, Putin, Xi Jinping, and even Schwab, are all collaborating to push this agenda must not be dismissed. Many Americans have been fooled into thinking that Putin is a strong leader while our government works tirelessly to discredit our own values at home. They are working to get you to accept something that under normal circumstances, you would reject (Sargent, p. 16).
“War to the hilt between communism and capitalism is inevitable. Today, of course, we are not strong enough to attack. To win we shall need the element of surprise. The bourgeoisie will have to be put to sleep. We shall begin by launching the most spectacular peace movements on record. There will be electrifying overtures and unheard-of concessions. The capitalist countries, stupid and decadent, will rejoice to cooperate in their own destruction. They will leap at another chance to be friends. As soon as their guard is down, we will smash them with our clenched fist.” (Dimitry Manuilsky, from The Naked Communist, p. 208)
While this quote may not seem to align with what is happening today in Ukraine, Russia’s invasion is hardly peaceful, it does show the nature of psychological warfare and the lengths the communists were willing to go to create an illusion. If they can create the perception that they once stood for peace, while murdering millions of their own citizens, they can certainly create the perception that they are fighting globalism. You must also consider how people have become conditioned to automatically reject standing for something that gives the impression they may be uncompassionate or uncaring. Republican politicians are notorious for failing to stand for American principles on these grounds. It is part of the design. One of the biggest illusions created by the communists is that communism itself has failed and that Russia has adopted capitalist reforms because of pressure brought on by Ronald Reagan. According to the book Perestroika Deception by Anatoliy Golitsyn, Russia’s capitalist reformation was nothing but a deceptive tool meant to lull the west into capitulation. This is right in line with the “Peace Offensive” strategy. Golitsyn states that the Russian communists have mastered the use of controlled opposition strategies and describes Soviet Russia’s long-term strategic planning as a general objective that governs all actions of the party. America’s strategic planning, on the other hand, is more short-term and outlines goals that are immediately achievable.
“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, p. XVIII)
Where does Xi Jinping fit in? I don’t know, but according to the book Brainwashing in Red China, by Edward Hunter, the historical relationship between China and Russia has been one of total subservience. China, in all her efforts to brainwash her own people, continuously placed Russia in a higher position because they were considered the motherland of socialism. All propaganda emanating from the Chinese government was meant to discredit American culture and present us as weak and foolish. As I mentioned in my article Chinese Thought Reform and Modern Television Programming, the intent was to mold the minds of the Chinese towards the preparation for an all-out Russia-China war against the United States. They did this through a national play called The Question of Thought. While this book was written seventy years ago, this is a small amount of time when considering the long-term planning objectives mentioned by Golitsyn.
“An expose, of course, was not the intention of the play’s authors or sponsors, just the contrary. Their intent was only to extend the field of indoctrination—brain-washing—beyond the classroom and out to the public in general. They did an extraordinarily good job in this. In fact, they succeeded so well that by studying this propaganda play the observer can obtain a liberal education in how Chinese Communism actually manipulates the people, and focuses their efforts, as faithful and obedient disciples of Russian Communism, on a world crusade for war against the United States.” (Hunter, 1951, p. 114)
What does all this mean for America, or about the war in Ukraine? I am not exactly sure except to say that believing anything the mainstream media tells you is a mistake. They are working to keep the American illusion of the right/left paradigm alive, so we are more easily corralled. To dismiss any of this information, which is all readily available to read online for free by the way, is also a mistake. The idea behind the Communist Peace Offensive, of the forty-five communist goals, for example, is easily provable simply by looking at what is taught in our universities and public schools. Younger Americans have indeed been conditioned to believe America is the world’s problem as they mindlessly advocate for socialist policies, which they believe will bring total equality. Most of us are too bogged down by the constant stimulation of a media apparatus that aims to keep us confused and distracted. Nearly one hundred years of behavioral research has shown that an overly stimulated brain makes one more likely to accept whatever they are being told, no matter how absurd. It just so happens that this research originated in Russia, with Pavlov and his dogs.
“Animal experimentation, it must be once more repeated, showed that when the brain was stimulated beyond the limits of its capacity to tolerate the stress imposed, protective inhibition finally supervened. When this happened, not only could previous behavior patterns implanted in the brain be suppressed, but former positive conditioned responses could become negative, and vise versa. Similarly, the administration of too exciting, or too frequent, brain stimuli may sometimes cause human victims to reverse their previous patterns of behavior. And others are likely to become more suggestible, accepting whatever they are told, however nonsensical, as the inescapable truth.” (Sargent, 1957, pg.56)