In recent weeks, every American has watched with morbid curiosity as swarms of hate-filled, sputtering communist loons and Hippie-wannabees have taken to the streets, shutting down cities and leaving a path of destruction wherever they go. Although many Americans disagree with the stated agenda of these radicals, most think them harmless, dismissing their acts as pathetic attempts to resurrect the failed social movements of the sixties.
But this group of determined radicals is not to be laughed at. Lisa Fithian, the primary OWS organizer, is an unrepentant communist and proponent of government and economic destabilization as a means of achieving totalitarian centralization along communist lines. Writing for a socialist rag, Fithian once stated, “I have no issue with property destruction…We’re in a society where property is idolized, so a lot of people don’t get it yet that it doesn’t really matter.”
And after the release of new private email communiqués between Lisa Fithian and field operatives, there can be no doubt that the OWS crowd are an extension of Cold War plans laid down by the KGB and disseminated in American classrooms. In an email intended for insiders only, Lisa Fithian intimated,
We’re in this for the long haul. There are no ‘solutions’ that can be presented quickly to make us go away. And so there will be moments where our presence is no longer an uncomfortable and unknown variable, but rather is normalized and integrated. It’s in those moments that we have to push the envelop [sic], pry open the space of possibility even farther. We go as far as we can to destabalize [sic], but maintain momentum. And when that’s the new ‘normal’ then we go farther. That’s how change happens, how we shift the terrain and the terms of the game.
While this should shock Americans (and would, if the facts were being reported) this is nothing new. This is just the latest tactic in a long-term strategy that has been quietly moving forward for decades. I am speaking of a high-level strategy designed to thwart American resistance to communist infiltration known as “Perestroika.”
Many youngsters could tell you on command that “Perestroika” (not Ronald Reagan) brought about the end of the Cold War, by opening up the Soviet bloc to communication with the West. But this programmed response is not accurate. Even Soviet generals acknowledge that it was Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative that brought about the collapse of the Soviet bloc, owing to the inability of the Soviets to keep up with American levels of defense spending. A capitalist country can always outspend a communist country. In fact, much of the Soviets’ ability to protract a war came care of America, due to substantial wealth transfers throughout the Cold War. Perestroika’s true intent was to scuttle the communist ship and conceal the movement’s continued assault on free nations, America being the foremost, by going underground. The Green Movement, for example, can barely conceal its communist roots.
Russia was transformed in the eyes of Americans, who were unwittingly duped by this decades old stratagem. Imagery changed, but ideological coherence did not. Russia’s flag changed, as did its mantra and its economy. A flat tax was installed, elections were held, and the Russian press imitated the American press. But real power still remained in the hands of the KGB.
Last year, when communist economic theory was being dutifully articulated with audacity by the American president, e.g. Americans have made “enough” money and pay czars are needed to prevent “excessive compensation,” I released an article detailing the strategy of the Perestroika Deception. Here is an excerpt:
According to KGB documents published by prominent Soviet defector Anatoliy Golitsyn, “perestroika” and “glasnost” were always intended from the beginning to serve as a media ploy to deceive the West into lowering its defenses to the point where Soviet goals could proceed unchallenged. Of Golitsyn’s 194 predictions, 139 had been fulfilled as of 1993.
Even former Soviet Premier Gorbachev, the eventual face of these policies, later acknowledged their true nature: “The decision to launch a new economic policy, which substantially widened the notions of socialism and the ways of building it, was imbued with profound revolutionary dialectics.”…The “revolutionary dialectic” is a tactic that has been employed throughout Soviet history. The word “glasnost” appears in Lenin’s writings 46 times.
In his book, Perestroika: New Thinking for Our Country and the World, Gorbachev said outright, “Perestroika is closely connected with socialism as a system.” Answering those asking, “Are we giving up socialism?” Gorbachev replied, “Every part of our program of perestroika…is fully based on the principles of more socialism….” Gorbachev has even been as blunt as calling perestroika a “continuation of the October Revolution.” These remarks were removed from the English translations…
The second facet of the “perestroika deception” has been to engineer a “peaceful transition to socialism” in the US by way of a manufactured economic crisis. Soviet manuals from the seventies outline this dimension in some detail. In 1974, Alexander Sobolev of the Moscow Institute of Marxism-Leninism developed the means by which a “peaceful revolutionary process” could take place. To do this, Sobolev stressed the need for a “nationwide political crisis” to be followed by “effective measures to neutralize wavering social strata.” It was Lenin himself that said, “A revolution is simply impossible without an overall national crisis.”The aim was to co-opt well-meaning Democrats in Congress into advancing a “peaceful transition to socialism” in the wake of US economic collapse…
If the idea that the communists could use an economic crisis to turn the United States into a Communist country sounds far-fetched, perhaps Gorbachev’s recent remarks will serve to enlighten:
“The model that emerged during the final decades of the 20th century has turned out to be unsustainable…It was based on a drive for super-profits and hyper-consumption for a few…I have no ready-made prescriptions. But I am convinced that a new model will emerge, one that will emphasize public needs and public goods….”
Will this new model be called Communism? Almost certainly not. But whatever it’s called, the outcome for the US will be the same.
Where does OWS fit into this equation? Simple: communist puppet-masters will seize an opportunity with OWS to engineer the manufactured economic crisis needed to topple the free market system. To wit, the Communist Party is already marching with OWS protesters. When interviewed by the New York Times, Lisa Fithian remarked, “When people ask me, ‘What do you do?’ I say I create crisis, because crisis is that edge where change is possible.”
No actual economic weakness is needed; only the appearance of economic weakness. The media will help by inflating the real extremity of unemployment and dislocation by keeping OWS front-and-center. President Obama, who has formally endorsed OWS, will help by continuing to add expenditures to company balance sheets in the way of new medical costs and the constant possibility of higher taxes, prolonging economic uncertainty and discouraging hiring.
This will provide more fodder for the OWS radicals, who will accuse companies of being dead to the needs of American citizens and lacking patriotism. Then, when it seems that equilibrium has been reached, will come the witch-hunt, the centerpiece of any communist or class-driven revolution: the “evil” wealthy will be called to the mat and the corporate “masters” will be made to answer for their “crimes.” Mass anarchy will likely result, owing in large part to the media’s portrayal of the protesters as “victims” which both encourages and fosters more radicalism as a solution to economic woes. OWS has already threatened riots. Lisa Fithian fully intends riots to be a fundamental part of the gameplan. In point of fact, Fithian perversely wants to bring about complete economic collapse, what she calls “change,” presumably change from a healthy free market to a centralist and redistributive market that allocates resources on the basis of “need.” Recall Fithian’s words:
And when that’s the new ‘normal’ then we go farther. That’s how change happens, how we shift the terrain and the terms of the game.
This group of determined radicals are going to push farther than ever before. We must be prepared. Cities must not relinquish law and order to these mobs. And American apathy must be converted to resolve. We must be resolved that these subversives will not be permitted to destroy the land of the free, and if that means hostility, then so be it.