The Perestoika Deception in 2022: As Predicted By KGB Defector Anatoliy Golitsyn
The greatest trick of the devil is to make you believe he doesn’t exist. Today most people believe Communism is dead. They believe the Berlin Wall came down and the USSR collapsed. They believe that China is no longer a Communist nation but a mixed market nation. And that The Great Reset for the 4th Industrial Revolution – after which “You’ll own nothing, and you’ll be happy about it” – is not, at its most basic level, world wide Communism.
Rather than getting lost in the weeds of definitions for Communism, we should be ‘following the money’ and studying the works of Anatoliy Golitsyn. He was a KGB defector who exposed the long term strategy that over many decades would realise the dream of a One World Order under a Communist regime. He was part of the Soviet intelligence regime that developed the plan. The same regime that the Wall St banking cartel financed – and no one seriously believes these money powers fell with the ‘collapse’ of the USSR.
[Since] 1917 the Soviet Union and its slave empire have existed entirely as a result of transfusions of aid, technology, money, from the West, and primarily from the United States, paid for by U.S. taxpayers.” William McIlhaney interviewing Christopher Story, editor The Perestroika Deception, 1995
Golitsyn exposed the Soviet plan for world Communism to take on the appearance of collapsing while transforming itself into something appearing benign, like the Trojan Horse. More than 94% of his predictions of how the plan would direct world events by the year 2000 were accurate. Nothing has halted the Trojan Horse since. In fact today, we have millions more of these innocent looking Trojan Horses in our midst in every nation world wide.
The origins of Communist ideology, created by the ‘money powers’ to ultimately serve their interests (not the ordinary guy in the mines or the factory), is far older than the bloody Bolshevik Revolution. Today most people in the West find it difficult to understand multi-generational plans. We now tend to think in election cycles 3-5 years and consider 5-10 years to be long range planning. However, the evidence is all around us, Communism did not die in the 20th century, it took on a benevolent welfare and ‘liberal’ appearance ensnaring people and nations for a 21st century victory:
“what to do with all these useless people?” After millions of years of evolution suddenly within 200 years the family and the intimate community break, that they collapse most of the roles filled by the family for thousands and tens of thousands of years are transferred very quickly to new networks provided by the state and the market, you don’t need children, you can have a pension fund, you don’t need somebody to take care of you, you don’t need neighbors and sisters or brothers to take care of you if you’re sick, the state takes care of you, the states provides you with police, with education, with help with everything.Klaus Schwab’s protégé, Yuval Noah Harari, The Great Reset
Unelected founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab stated in 2017:
“In the new economic environment and with due regard for the latest technological breakthroughs, we are faced with the need for new cooperation formats tailored to the task of securing wellbeing at the global and regional levels. So we are poised to continue working with the Russian Federation to build ties and search for constructive solutions.
I am absolutely positive that Russia, as one of the leaders in responsible global regulation, must play a central role in determining new forms of co-existence in the era of the fourth industrial revolution.”
Does the Ukraine crisis of 2022 change anything? No. It is part of the dialectic using the Problem, Reaction, Solution formula. If we follow the networks, the bankers and the UN goals, and study Golitsyn’s works described below, you’ll see the unrelenting drive to the ‘One World’ order is not missing a beat.
The following is an overview of Anatoliy Golitsyn’s significant revelations and their relevance today. It is extracted from the excellent treatise Anatoliy Golitsyn: The Key to Understanding Today’s World Situation by The Contemplative Observer. I recommend studying the full treatise.
Anatoliy Golitsyn, Soviet Intelligence Defector
Anatoliy Golitsyn graduated from the Moscow school of military counterespionage in 1946, then joined the Soviet intelligence service. He studied in the counterintelligence faculty of the High Intelligence School and the High Diplomatic School. He co-wrote a proposal to the Central Committee on the reorganization of Soviet intelligence. The proposal included suggestions on the strengthening of counterintelligence, on the wider use of the satellite intelligence services, and on the reintroduction of the “activist style” into intelligence work. In connection with this proposal, he attended a meeting of the Secretariat chaired by Stalin and a meeting of the Presidium chaired by Malenkov and attended by Khrushchev, Brezhnev, and Bulganin.
For three months in 1952-53 he worked as a head of section in the department of the Soviet intelligence service responsible for counterespionage against the United States. In 1953 he was posted to Vienna, where he served for two years under cover as a member of the apparat of the Soviet High Commission. For the first year he worked against Russian émigrés, and for the second against British intelligence. In 1954 he was elected to be deputy secretary of the party organization in the KGB residency in Vienna, numbering seventy officers. On return to Moscow he attended the KGB Institute, now the KGB Academy, as a full-time student for four years, graduating from there with a law degree in 1959. As a student of the institute and as a party member, he was well placed to follow the power struggle in the Soviet leadership that was reflected in secret party letters, briefings, and conferences.
From 1959 to 1960, when a new long-range policy for the bloc was being formulated and the KGB was being reorganized to play its part in it, he served as a senior analyst in the NATO section of the Information Department of the Soviet intelligence service.
However, by 1956 he started becoming disillusioned with the Soviet system. The adoption of the new, aggressive and deceptive long-range communist policy precipitated his decision to break with the regime to warn the West of the new dimensions of the threat. He and his family defected in December 1961 and the CIA escorted him to America. He began briefing them on the new political dangers to the Western world.
From 1968 he became further convinced that events continued to confirm the validity of his analysis, that the threat from international communism was not properly understood, and that this threat would shortly enter a new and more dangerous phase.
Behind The Red Mask – The Communist Deception Strategy
“All, Soviet governments are Leninist governments. They’re driven by the deception strategy perfected by Lenin, which is aimed at achieving a long-range strategy, namely: Control the whole world!”Christopher Story, editor The Perestroika Deception, 1995
After the death of Stalin the communists realised brutal repression, their method of control was inefficient. Achieving control through infiltration, deception and through the control of the minds of the target was more efficient for their goal of World Wide Communism. This was put into a codified plan by 1959 aimed at creating the impression ‘liberalisation’, decentralization, splits and division were destroying the communist states and international communist movement from within. For example, there was a supposed rift between Red China and the Soviet Union. One of the principal goals of the plan was to lull the people in Western nations into a false sense of security dropping their guard against the Red Terror. It’s a long-range strategy. It took years to come to fruition. There are a number of reasons for this. They had to allow, for example, those with memories of the Stalin repressions to die off. They had to ensure that the true opposition no longer existed. And they have liquidated all true opposition in all East European countries.Christopher Story, editor The Perestroika Deception, 1995
Lenin’s methodology involves the use of the *dialectic. Now, the Western mind – which is a civilised, developed mind – does not understand dialectical deception, which is basically a Mongol concept. And the fake Russia-China split is a good example, by creating the false impression that there was a split – which incidently they’ve continued ever since, because now we have communist China and supposedly non-communist Russia, so the illusion of the split continues. The West was lulled into believing that if it supported China, it would be taking precautionary action against Russia. In fact, what’s happening, and is continuing: they are both working together, and their intentions, ultimately, are hostile, they are aggressively oriented, towards the West.Christopher Story, editor The Perestroika Deception, 1995
*Communist Tactics 101: Hegelian Dialectic. The Hegelian Dialectic as we know it today is used to dupe citizens into surrendering their sovereignty in small chunks over time, while convincing them that they’re actually empowering themselves.
Lenin’s strategy in the 1920s: When Lenin launched into the West what is known as the “Trust”, he exported, he allowed the emigration of a large number of emigrés, and in their number were many controlled communist members of the [brutal] Cheka. And, he introduced this false, controlled opposition to Western intelligence, and as a result the perception by Western intelligence of what was really happening was distorted.
Now, this principle has been applied since 1961, and it came to its fruition under Gorbachev. Gorbachev’s “Perestroika”, which means restructuring, is in fact the restructuring not of Soviet society – although that was done for, there was a certain amount of reform and restructuring to give it credibility…
Stalin used the word ‘perestroika’ meaning the re-shoeing of a horse. The West misunderstood the meaning of “Perestroika”, thinking that it meant reform of the communist movement. In fact, it’s a deception. It is, essentially, the restructuring of the Western mind, the control of the Western mind.
Phoney dissident movements were set up by the KGB to create the image of liberalisation. These movements lulled the underground resistance into a false sense of security while enabling the KGB to identify, misdirect and even destroy the people and their networks.
Gorbachev first of all launches “Perestroika” internally, and when the softening-up process has been completed, i.e. the West is attuned to the fact that there’s been this apparent reform and that it’s all “falling apart”, they then export “Perestroika” to the whole world, so that in fact what has happened is that you have, instead of having walk-ins – you know, defectors arriving and knocking on the West’s door – you’ve got a mass walk-in, so no one knows who is genuine and who isn’t!Christopher Story, editor The Perestroika Deception, 1995
In Golitsyn’s New Lies for Old, he revealed not only this massive disinformation strategy, which goes back to 1959, but the ramifications of it, the applications of it during the 1960s, 1970s and beyond. This is precisely when Rhodesia was under attack. The “de-colonisation” of Africa during this period had horrific consequences in every nation. It was the decree of the 4th Comintern in Paris 1938, that ethnic-European (Christian) colonies would be “de-colonised”. Consequently International Communism was able to ‘colonize’ Africa, destroying 500 years of civilization.
[Golitsyn] understands Soviet strategy because he knows that it’s based on the thinking of Lenin … [Lenin’s] actually preaching hatred. He is preaching how to deceive, and he is teaching us how to deceive. And Lenin’s disciples remain in control of the world communist movement. All they’ve done is re-label themselves in order to appear acceptable to the West. There’s a passage in Lenin where he says, ‘There may come a time in the revolution when true revolutionaries must put on the appearance and the clothing and the manner and the language of the enemy.’ And this is what they’ve done!
Gorbachev in his book, Perestroika, made it quite clear what he is doing. In Perestroika, he said, ‘We went back to Lenin. We reviewed Lenin. We took inspiration from Lenin. And we based our strategy on Lenin.’ So, when I was asked by Mrs. Thatcher [1925 – 2013], as she then was, to see her in the House of Commons in July 1991, to explain these matters to her, I was completely flabbergasted when she said to me, “I don’t think Gorbachev is a Leninist any more.” And then she also said, “I don’t think we’ve been deceived. At least I hope we haven’t.”Christopher Story, editor The Perestroika Deception, 1995
In his speeches and writing Gorbachev was constantly quoting Lenin. He is a key advocate of the Leninist world revolution… he in charge of the so-called Gorbachev Foundation, which various experts led by Hans Graf Huyn, a well-known German expert, have identified as in fact the International Department of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union CPSU!
The International Department of the CPSU was in fact the Comintern! So, the Gorbachev Foundation based in the Presidio in San Francisco is, in fact, the Comintern! And, what Gorbachev is in charge of is influencing the Western elite.Christopher Story, editor The Perestroika Deception, 1995
The so-called independence of the Soviet republics is false and provisional. It’s based on Lenin’s fake “Far-Eastern Republic”, which he set up in the late 1920s [well, in the early 1920s, as Lenin went basically insane in 1923 and died in January of 1924]. And the existence of these republics has been brought about for a number of strategic reasons. I mean, at a fairly low level, one of the most important reasons is that the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund and all the international institutions have been penetrated by all these countries. So, instead of just having the USSR, and the Ukraine, and Belorussia, as up to 1990, we now have, you know,  of these republics… There, suddenly, we’ve got  KGBs, and we’ve got  delegations in the World Bank and the IMF, so that these institutions have now metamorphosed into instruments of the revolution, more clearly than was the case before.Christopher Story, editor The Perestroika Deception, 1995
It should be noted that the IMF and World Bank are part of the unelected Great Reset WEF ‘money powers’. They also endorsed land “reform” in Zimbabwe and expropriation without compensation “legislation” for white South African farmers.
In the early 1980s, Avraham Shifrin of Israel, an expert on Soviet concentration camps, published a guide-book to these camps listing over 1,700 concentration camps in the Soviet Union with millions of prisoners [Avraham Shifrin: The First Guidebook to Prisons and Concentration Camps of the Soviet Union; Stephanus Edition, Uhldingen, Switzerland 1980]. Are we to believe that all of these suddenly vanished about 1989? …That some 60 million members of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, did they all stop being members of it instantly at the same time?
Golitsyn makes it quite clear in his new book, The Perestroika Deception, that the power structures depend on the continued adherence to revolutionary objectives of the Komsomol. There are 50, over 50 million members of Komsomol. They work closely with the structures. And, so, he says somewhere in the book, he says: scratch any of these so-called sudden, instant democrats, and you will find underneath them a Komsomol or a secret Party member. Well, all these people you see on the television screen in Moscow, they are all, without exception, secret Party or Komsomol members.
It’s one of the themes that they are developing to create problems which need global solutions.
What we see on our television screen, in Moscow, is democratism, which I define as the creation and maintenance of the illusion of democracy…
The West thinks it’s all wonderful and the West has won the Cold War! And, I hate to say it, but the Americans have been more insistent on “having won the Cold War” than anybody else; and we still, even to this day, hear people bragging about winning the Cold War; actually the Russians won it.Christopher Story, editor The Perestroika Deception, 1995
Go back to Lenin and to recall his central theme, which is that the state withers away. Lenin is anti-state. The purpose of the European Union is to merge all these countries – including my own, the most ancient of the lot – into a regional bloc. Our sovereignty is in jeopardy. If we remain an independent state in ten years’ time, I will be very surprised! Now, this has been brought about, I hasten to add, by conservative governments.[It] was necessary to, as Golitsyn has shown in New Lies for Old and the new book, The Perestroika Deception, to carry on this grand disinformation strategy and performance about a ‘collapse of communism’, a ‘collapse of the Soviet Union’, and the ‘end of communism’ in Russia and the satellite nations, as a preliminary step towards merging this still-KGB-controlled area with Western Europe, now effectively merged under this new socialist stranglehold, the European Union.
The example of the European Union is an excellent one. As discussed above, the [Hegelian] Dialectic is used to dupe citizens into surrendering their sovereignty in small chunks over time, while convincing them that they’re actually empowering themselves.
Below is an example of European countries losing their sovereignty. The one-man-one-vote democracy myth is common to all Western nations. It’s also the myth that was used to justify the “solution” to the Rhodesia “problem” – her refusal to surrender to Marxist-Maoist forces of the 4th Comintern.
Australia’s “reaction” to the CoVID “problem” was to apply tyrannical measures as the “solution”, including creating permanent emergency powers in some states. Like the Berlin Wall, overnight state borders were shut and families were immediately cut off from each other (even young children), transportation ceased and farmers couldn’t get feed to their livestock if their holdings crossed borders.
No De-Communisation Programme
After WWII a massive “de-nazification” programme was implemented in defeated Germany. However, despite slaughtering 60,000,000 ethnic Europeans (mostly Christian) no such “de-communization” programme was unleashed in the collapsed, or ‘defeated’, USSR.
As Golitsyn noted:
If the Soviets were truly moving towards genuine democracy, and were intent on a true ‘Break with the Past’, these symbolic changes would be accompanied by the introduction and implementation of a de-communisation programme, the irrevocable (not cosmetic) prohibition of the Communist Party and Komsomol organisations at all levels throughout the USSR, and the removal of ‘former’ Party and Komsomol members from all the main seats of power including the KGB, the Soviet army and its political commissar administration, the Ministries, especially those for the Interior and Foreign Affairs, and the trade unions...
Yeltsin has allegedly banned the Communist Party in Russia. But the question should be asked: ‘Why did he forget to ban the Komsomol youth organisation?’
(Note by Author, Anatoliy Golitsyn: According to ‘The New York Times’ of 29 September 1991, the Komsomol voted to dissolve itself; its regulations were changed ‘to allow subordinate youth leagues in the Soviet Republics to succeed it’ – Bold print by Author, Anatoliy Golitsyn).
As we know, Youth Leagues are key to training the next generation. They also rely on the selected experts from the older generations to train them. Thus the cycle can continue infinitely.
Thus, the answer to Golitsyn’s question became clear in less than a decade:
However, after 1999, marked by the leadership change from Yeltsin to Putin, step by step all the symbols from the “Soviet era” returned – in other words, the Soviet Union started again slowly to show its true face:
In 2000, the old “Stalin”-anthem by Alexandrov, that had been the anthem of the Soviet Union from 1944 to 1991, was reintroduced, albeit with a slightly changed text (people had never become familiar with the Glinka-anthem, in force from 1992 to 2000, anyway), a powerful remilitarisation of the whole (still Soviet-) Russian society took place, all complete with the “return” of red flags, impressive Soviet-style military parades on Red Square, a widespread and officially “tolerated” Soviet nostalgia and even Stalin-renaissance, and finally ever more sinister sabre-rattling and bullying against the West (that has meanwhile given way to a sense of triumph in the face of a Marxist comrade loyally executing world revolution policy right from “White House proper” at Washington D.C.).
– Not to forget the “friendly” face of the dialectic in the internationally operating person Mikhail Gorbachev, who for almost twenty years has been busy with tying the Western political, journalistic, intellectual, economic, and cultural elites into the manipulative spiderweb of communist geo-strategic engineering.
In 2020 a mural was installed in the Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ celebrating anti-Christian Stalin who ordered it demolished in 1931. The mural was defended by the military and Russian Orthodox Church.
Not having been “de-communized” or liberated from the strictures of Communist education, many Russian Orthodox followers ignorantly perceive Stalin positively.
We know from the works of many Communists that they had a Pathological Hatred for the Lord Jesus and Christianity. Below is an example of Soviet propaganda mirroring the Cheka’s vicious public lynching methods that included disembowelment. Posters like these were placed in Churches to moch Christ and the holy Communion as a cannibalistic orgy.
After a trip to Red Russia in 1931, American Elizabeth Dilling worked tirelessly to expose what she saw.
We were taken behind the scenes by friends working for the Soviet Government and saw deplorable conditions, first hand.
We were appalled, not only at the forced labor, the squalid crowded living quarters, the breadline rationcard workers’ stores, the mothers pushing wheelbarrows and the begging children of the State nurseries besieging us.
The open virulent anti-Christ campaign, everywhere, was a shock…
In the Museum of the Revolution we were shown a huge world map. As our Guide turned a switch, lights came on indicating the places all over the world where Communist Party headquarters were then functioning. Proudly our Guide announced:
“Our world revolution will start with China and end with the UNITED STATES”.
The Real ‘1984’ Book We Should Study, ‘New Lies For Old’
Most of us are familiar with George Orwell’s book 1984. It’s even been turned into movies and become mainstream reading in schools. Is it not suspicious that Golitsyn’s 1984 book is ignored? New Lies For Old: The Communist Strategy of Deception and Disinformation should be an automatic sequel to school children studying Orwell’s 1984. It should be featured in movies and the mainstream media should be reporting on its prophetic powers and how we can halt the long march through our institutions otherwise known as Communism By The Backdoor.
Western acceptance of the new “liberalization” as genuine would create favorable conditions for the fulfillment of communist strategy for the United States, Western Europe, and even, perhaps, Japan. The “Prague Spring” was accepted by the West, and not only by the left, as the spontaneous and genuine evolution of a communist regime into a form of democratic, humanistic socialism despite the fact that basically the regime, the structure of the party, and its objectives remained the same. Its impact has already been described.
A broader-scale “liberalization” in the Soviet Union and elsewhere would have an even more profound effect. Eurocommunism could be revived. The pressure for united fronts between communist and socialist parties and trade unions at national and international level would be intensified. This time, the socialists might finally fall into the trap. United front governments under strong communist influence might well come to power in France, Italy, and possibly other countries. Elsewhere the fortunes and influence of communist parties would be much revived. The bulk of Europe might well turn to left-wing socialism, leaving only a few pockets of conservative resistance.From Chapter 25: “The Final Phase”, pages 337 to 347
Certainly, the next five years will be a period of intensive struggle. It will be marked by a major coordinated communist offensive intended to exploit the success of the strategic disinformation program over the past twenty years and to take advantage of the crisis and mistakes it has engendered in Western policies toward the communist bloc. The overall aim will be to bring about a major and irreversible shift in the balance of world power in favor of the bloc as a preliminary to the final objective of establishing a worldwide federation of communist states.From Chapter 25: “The Final Phase”, pages 337 to 347
Golitsyn goes on to identify a number of potential strategies that can be employed concluding:
In each of these the scissors strategy [i.e. the fake Sino-Soviet split] will play its part; probably, as the final stroke, the scissors blades will close. The element of apparent duality in Soviet and Chinese policies will disappear. The hitherto concealed coordination between them will become visible and predominant. The Soviets and the Chinese will be officially reconciled. Thus the scissors strategy will develop logically into the “strategy of one clenched fist” to provide the foundation and driving force of a world communist federation.
An alignment of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe with a socialist Western Europe would exert a powerful influence over Third World socialist parties and trade unions. Some of the remaining conservative Third World countries would be strongly drawn toward a socialist orientation. Resistance to communism from the Socialist International would be replaced by a combined communist-socialist drive for Third World influence, backed by economic aid…
The communist bloc, with its recent accretions in Africa and South-East Asia, is already strong. European-backed Soviet influence and American-backed Chinese influence could lead to new Third World acquisitions at an accelerating pace. Before long, the communist strategists might be persuaded that the balance had swung irreversibly in their favor. In that event they might well decide on a Sino-Soviet “reconciliation.” The scissors strategy would give way to the strategy of “one clenched fist.”
Those who fought Marxist-Maoist forces in the 1960’s, 70’s, 80’s and beyond in Angola, Rhodesia, Mozambique, South Africa and other countries in Africa were aware there was no “split” militarily. Further the faux collapse of the USSR simply served to allow the CCP a dominant role which suited the likes of ZANU-PF’s Mugabe, the Maoist protégé.
The faux collapse also paved the way for the Belt and Road Initiative, formerly known as One Belt, One Road. It is the global
debt infrastructure development strategy adopted by the Communist Chinese Party in 2013 to colonise invest in nearly 70 countries and international organizations.
The One Belt, One Road (One World Order) strategy dovetails nicely into the BRICS Alliance: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, which is the so-called West to East pivot in a multipolar world. Something the likes of Rockefeller, Kissinger, Schwarb and the UN greatly admire – exactly as Golitsyn predicted:
Integration of the communist bloc would follow the lines envisaged by Lenin when the Third Communist International was founded. That is to say, the Soviet Union and China would not absorb one another or other communist states. All the countries of the European and Asiatic communist zones, together with new communist states in Europe and the Third World, would join a supranational economic and political communist federation.
In the new worldwide communist federation the present different brands of communism would disappear, to be replaced by a uniform, rigorous brand of Leninism. The process would be painful. Concessions made in the name of economic and political reform would be withdrawn. Religious and intellectual dissent would be suppressed. Nationalism and all other forms of genuine opposition would be crushed.
How Western Nations Are Defeating Themselves: The Perestroika Deception
In The Perestroika Deception, Golitsyn goes a step further in identifying the successful demoralization of the West, already so evident to Rhodesian’s and Russian legend Alexander Solzhenitsyn in the late 1960’s early 1970’s.
In the foreword by the editor of The Perestroika Deception, Christopher Edward Harle Story, he accurately states:
Ambition to control the Western mind is a long-standing objective of Soviet policy, embracing the ideas of the Italian Communist Antonio Gramsci, who argued that mastery of human consciousness should be a paramount political objective. As Richard Pipes has pointed out [in ‘Survival is Not Enough’, Simon and Schuster, New York, 1984, page 80], ‘such mastery is secured, in the first place, by control of the mind that absorbs and processes the information – and the best way of accomplishing this is by shaping words and phrases in the desired manner’. Moreover control of the Western mind is to be achieved not only by means of the dishonest use of language, but also through operations to demoralise the West – through corrosive attacks on society’s institutions, the active promotion of drug abuse, and the spread of agnosticism, nihilism, permissiveness and concerted attacks on the family in order to destabilise society. Religion and the traditional cultural and moral hegemony must first be destroyed, before the revolution can be successful – a message stated unequivocally by the American activist Ellen Willis, who has written that ‘feminism is not just an issue or a group of issues; it is the cutting edge of a revolution in cultural or moral values… The objective of every feminist reform, from legal abortion to child-care programs, is to undermine traditional family values’[see ‘The Nation’, New York, 14 November 1981, pages 494-5].
‘The Perestroika Deception’ is unique in the literature on the Communist and ‘former’ Communist states in that it addresses the unbroken continuity and implementation of the ‘convergence’ strategy, a grand overall design – or what the Soviet Leninists call ‘the general line’ – since it was decided upon in 1958-60. As the Author explains on page 51, ‘the general line’ – which is flexible as to timing, contains a variety of options and takes full account of risks and possible losses – guides the course of the Party’s actions over a period of twenty to thirty years in pursuit of its unchanging Communist objectives. ‘The feature of strategy which distinguishes it from policy is that it contains within itself a secret, concealed or deceptive manouevre, designed to take the adversary by surprise and thus secure victory for the strategy’. ‘One can’, as Arbatov explains in ‘The System’, ‘trace most clearly a direct continuity between the ideas of the Twentieth Party Congress, détente, and the New Political Thinking’. Indeed, one can; and for the elimination of all doubt, further confirmation of ‘post’-Communist adherence to the strategy of deceptive ‘convergence’ with the West has been helpfully provided by Viktor Chernomyrdin. Speaking on the ‘Russia’ TV Channel [Moscow, 2030 GMT, 15 December 1992], the newly appointed Russian Premier reaffirmed ‘the general line’, asserting the inherent flexibility of the strategy without, of course, revealing its content:
‘My colleagues in the Government who are working today will pursue this line. The planned line. The one which has been worked out… Life makes amendments to our programme, additions, perhaps, changes. But we will keep to the basic line.’Editor of The Perestroika Deception, Christopher Edward Harle Story
The 21st Century China-Russia Double Helix & ‘The Perestroika Deception’
Like the works of Sun Tzu, Machiavelli and Clausewitz, this work is devoted to explaining strategy. Unlike the works of those classic authors, however, ‘The Perestroika Deception’ deals with the contemporary world, explaining how Russia and China adopted the attitudes and ideas of these thinkers and have applied them globally for a generation. They seek the irreversible ‘restructuring’ of Western thinking, responses and society itself, as their price for ‘no war’ and for ‘changes’ which the West has accepted as genuine, and liable to lead to the normalisation of ‘post’-Communist society accompanied by the abandonment of revolutionary objectives.
Behind the impressive smokescreen of pseudo-democracy, pseudo-capitalism and pseudo-reform, this Russian-Chinese ‘cooperation-blackmail’ strategy is irreconcilably hostile to the West. Again, this is no mere presumption. It was explicitly confirmed in May 1994 to Clark Bowers, a member of an official US Republican delegation to Peking, by Mr Mo Xiusong, Vice Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party, who is believed to be the highest-ranking Chinese Communist official ever to have answered questions put to him by a knowledgeable Western expert on Communism:
Bowers: Is the long-term aim of the Chinese Communist Party still world Communism?
Mo Xiusong: Yes, of course. That is the reason we exist.
This ‘convergence’ is to take place not on the West’s terms – as élite Western globalists surely imagine – but rather on the terms intended by the Leninist strategic planners. The resulting ‘one world’ will be Marxist-Leninist-Gramscian-Communist – hardly what unwitting Western collaborators truly want to see established.The Perestroika Deception
Fast forward to 2014 and the China-Russia Strategic Alliance (RCSA):
[The] image of a double helix is particularly appropriate because what we are witnessing here is the birth of a new geopolitical “life form” so to speak, an informal alliance of two countries which goes much deeper than most regular alliances do: what we are seeing is the mutual agreement to establish a full-spectrum geostrategic symbiosis between two civilizational realms as both Russia and China are what used to be called ’empires’ in the past but which today are what I call “civilizational realms”: multi-ethnic, multi-national and multi-religious ex-empires whose influence extends beyond their current national borders and whose international strategic “weight” makes far more akin to continents then to countries.
Make no mistake, what we are seeing is something unprecedented in history and it is much more than just an “alliance”. After all, an alliance can easily be broken and country A can decide to switch from an alliance with country B to an alliance with country C. In the case of the RCSA what we are seeing is something much more akin to the birth of Siamese twins: in a geopolitical tectonic shift, Russia and China have decided to be shared not just “at the hip”, but with many “vital organs and systems” including energy and defense, of course, but also their economies and long term development policies. Each symbiont will keep its own head and brain, but they will share “torsos”.
I would argue that this is by far the single most important political development since the end of WWII and probably the most important one in this century: it is hard to overstate the implications of what this means and Obama’s famous “pivot” to Asia is completely dwarfed and, really, rendered utterly irrelevant by this new reality: typically, while the Obama roared and barked, Putin and Xi Jinping quietly, but profoundly, changed the planetary equilibrium. I wonder if somebody will dare tell the White House.The Saker: White Paper: the China-Russia Double Helix
Hidden In Plain Sight: The Evidence Is All Around Us
“We Americans are going to have to yield up some of our sovereignty. That’s going to be to many a bitter pill. …Today we must develop federal structures on a global level. We need a system of enforceable world law, a democratic federal world government.”
CBS legend Walter Cronkite
* Upon receiving a world government award. 1999
“All countries are basically social arrangements that are all artificial and temporary. Within the next hundred years, nationhood as we know it will
be obsolete. All states will recognize a single global authority.”
— Strobe Talbott, Deputy Secretary of State under Bill Clinton
“The North American Free Trade Agreement, linking the United States with Canada and Mexico in a free-trade area. It will represent the most creative step toward a new world order taken by any group of countries since the end of the Cold War.”
— Henry Kissinger
“All these new challenges are bringing together the biggest restructuring we have ever seen not just of the global economy, but of the Global Order as a whole.”M.S. King: The NWO is Public Knowledge Now
— Gordon Brown (UK Prime Minister)
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