Whoops. Tis 2:55AM EST.. Time for the sack. Logging out. Do have a great upcoming day.
“None Dare Call It Conspiracy” was patterned after “None Dare Call It Treason”. Unfortunately, both authors took real facts and mixed them with fiction, supposition, and incomplete research to tell the story of communism and its’ penetration of American politics and society.
While well-intentioned, these kind of books divert people away from the more complicated Soviet operations and American counter-intelligence operations that have taken decades to be declassified and released to the American public.
The “Venona” papers were known to some in the 1950’s or 60’s but were never spoken up until the 1990’s due to ongoing decryption efforts.
The same for the British counterpart operations to Venona.
Believe me when I say that more exposes’ of Soviet/American Communist subversion will be coming out this year and next.
At least two new books are on the way, with a third just being started on Alger Hiss. Trust me on this.
Also, a new document on communist subversion in America (i.e. labor unions, etc). has been found and will be released to the public sometime later this summer. Some very famous Soviet operatives will be listed in it, and they have long tentacles, at least three from Moscow into the US labor unions, politics, and maybe to a president (by way of several “cutouts”).
All in good time, friends. A lot of research has to be done to put this document into its proper perspective and the speculation of its meaning re those mentioned has to be very carefully worded because there are no known follow-up documents to it (right now), though they should exist.
Welcome to the wonderful world of subversion.