Skip to comments.The Perestroika Deception
Posted on 03/20/2014 6:50:32 PM PDT by RushIsMyTeddyBear
In light of what is going on in Ukraine, I ran across these vids. Beck mentioned the author, today. Pretty interesting stuff (and chilling).
Anyone read the books mentioned? Thinking about buying.
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Here are rhe links
The Bolsheviks won as far as I'm concerned, and we entered a Dark Age with WWI. Many people are just realizing that western civ has already ended. It won't come back for centuries.
IIRC, about 30 years ago. I have no idea what I would think today.
Let me recommend the Lexicon of Soviet Political Terms by Ilya Zemtsov. Make sure you know what the neo-Soviets are saying.
"Sheik Muhammad Abu Al-Qat': Today, on May 10, 2008, at 22:50 through Al-Manar TV let me bring good tidings to the Muslims: Allah willing, the American empire will very soon collapse . . . We say that Allah willing, within 10 to 12 years, America will collapse. This won't happen as a result of war. Not at all. Allah will send to America an American Gorbachev, from within . . . An American Gorbachev will surface in America, and he will destroy this empire." (The linked article at the FR thread is no longer available directly.)
Obama + Gorbachev = Gorbamachev?
see reply #17. That's what we have to worry about.
Great! Thanks for the links!
Did Communism Fake Its Own Death in 1991?
American Thinker ^ | January 16, 2010 | Jason McNew
In a  1984 book [New Lies for Old], ex-KGB Major Anatoliy Golitsyn predicted the liberalization of the Soviet Bloc and claimed that it would be a strategic deception. ..."
"Golitsyn's argument was that beginning in about 1960, the Soviet Union embarked on a strategy of massive long-range strategic deception which would span several decades and result in the destruction of Western capitalism and the erection of a communist world government."
"Golitsyn published his second book, The Perestroika Deception, after the Soviet Union was dissolved in 1991. This book contained further analysis of the liberalization, in addition to previously classified memoranda submitted by Golitsyn to the CIA. The two books must be read together to get a complete picture of Golitsyn's thesis."