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Communists target conservatives with disinformation


There are several major themes of communist disinformation which permeate parts of the “conservative” movement. One is that because former President Trump was falsely accused of being a Russian agent, all allegations of Russian influence in the American political system are without merit.

The second is that a U.S. alliance with Russia is possible and that American support for Ukraine is driving Russia into the arms of the Communist Chinese. A subsidiary is that the Jewish president of Ukraine is a Nazi.

In the first place, the Russians originated the idea that Trump was a Russian agent. The Steele dossier which drove the FBI investigation contained Russian disinformation from Russian sources about Trump. All of this has been firmly established.

It’s a fact that the Democratic Party utilized that disinformation for the purpose of destroying Trump. But the Russians were behind it from the beginning.

What this tells us about the current Russian regime, led by former KGB Colonel Vladimir Putin, is that not much has changed from the days when Russia was Soviet Russia. Russia is as anti-American as the old Soviet Union. The invasion of Ukraine, first under Obama and then under Biden, reflects the old Soviet ambition of expanding territory and in fact conquering the world. It is noteworthy that Putin, who wants to re-establish the old Soviet Union, didn’t launch his second invasion of Ukraine under Trump. Putin feared Trump’s response. For his part, Trump had consistently advised the Europeans to do more for their own energy needs and defense through NATO.

A Putin comrade, Islamist Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, now openly says that anti-communist Poland is the next target after Ukraine.

It is apparent that Russia has a very close ally, Communist China, which backs Putin’s war in Ukraine and is seen by some as the leader of the World Communist Movement. Ideologically, this is the case. Our book The Sword of Revolution and the Communist Apocalypse documents Chinese leadership in the area of Marxist dialectics, a form of warfare that has confused many in the West into thinking the communist world is divided in its ultimate purpose – world communism.

Russia was the first communist nation on earth and remains so to this day. The old institutions of the Soviet Union, including political parties, have remained in place but have changed their names, in order to fool the West. Russia uses the same tactics and strategy as Soviet Russia. One change has been that Russia today targets conservatives in Europe and America. Jean Robin, author of France, a Colony of communist China, hosted Jeff Nyquist, Trevor Loudon, and myself Feb. 5 for a program on this very topic. Click here to watch. We address modern variations of communist defector Anatoliy Golitsyn’s charges, made in two books, New Lies For Old and Perestroika Deception.

It was Mikhail Gorbachev, one of Putin’s biggest supporters, whose original mission was to keep communism going under a different name while continuing his commitment to a one-world communist state. He said on November 2, 1987, “We are moving towards a new world, the world of communism. We shall never turn off that road.” This statement concluded his report, “October and Perestroika: The Revolution Continues.”

For those who still cling to the fiction of the “Sino-Soviet spit,” the facts show that Communist China was the official spawn of the Soviet Union. Bertil Haggman, director of the Center for Research on Geopolitics in Sweden, notes that the Communist Party of China was actually founded by a Bolshevik Soviet agent, Grigori Naumovich Voitinsky, a Russian born in Belarus in 1893. Hagmann tells me, “Voitinsky, the real founder of CCP, grew up in the U.S., joined the American Socialist Party, was active in the USA and Canada. He went to Soviet Russia after the Bolshevik coup d’état and was in China as a Comintern agent. Little seems to be known about his time as a socialist in the West.”

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