Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Friday, August 27, 2010

Destabilization - Foreign Policy

The final aspect of destabilization is foreign policy. Remember that this was written by Mr. Bezemenov nearly 30 years ago and the Soviet Union has collapsed. The fact remains that the subversion process continues under the globalists (CFR, Trilateral, UN) who when you track back the history, actually designed the Soviet Union. I'll have to do a post sometime of the untold story of the Bolshevik Revolution. I think Yuri's analysis still holds some water if you replace Communist with Collectivist and USSR with Globalists.

In the area of foreign relations America is being pushed further and further into isolationism and defeatism. Few remaining friends look with horror at the destiny of those nations who were betrayed and abandoned by the USA and try to find 'their own solutions,’ which often comes as 'establishing friendly relations' with the USSR and its Communist empire. The belligerent encirclement of America proceeds with an ever-increasing pace and demoralized politicians are no longer able or willing to face the inevitable reality. Soviet and Cuban military supplies and direct intervention seem to the US legislators to be less dangerous, than America's 'losing face' by 'violating international laws' by mining Nicaraguan ports to prevent the export of Communist revolution to the region. The majority of Americans are made to believe that it is their country—- America-- who 'violates' international law, not the USSR and its surrogates. The average American may not even realize that the 'International Court' is nothing but an artificial creature of the Soviet-controlled General Assembly of the UN.
 It always seems like the United States is held to a higher standard whether it be Kyoto, obeying these international trade laws, and honoring treaties. My take is that the globalists have been orchestrating this on purpose to liquidate our country of wealth and status. The whole "go green" and live like Indians is an attempt to prepare us for a lower standard of living. Our corporate tax rates, environmental legislation, and labor laws make it unfeasible for many companies to operate here. Thanks to NAFTA and other free trade treaties, production, which is the real and tangible measure of an economy has been shipped overseas - mainly China. I'd say many Americans feel isolated from opportunity and defeated by the very people who are supposed to have been representing them all this time. What this passage from "Love Letter" says to me is that the game is being rigged as to put the US at a huge disadvantage for the profit of the globalists. What say you - you future "citizens of the world?"

All through this stage of DESTABILIZATION, Western 'multinational' monopolies continue to trade, extend credits, supply technology and 'diplomatically' appease the SUBVERTER-- the Central Committee of the USSR. In total disregard of the interests of the peoples of America and the USSR, these two giants continue to extend aid to each other. American media keeps talking about 'frictions' between the NATIONS (USA-USSR)! What 'frictions'? Comrade Petrov in Omsk has NO FRICTIONS with Mr. Smith in Pittsburgh. In fact, they never had a chance to meet each other thanks to Helsinki Accord. Comrade Petrov, though HAS FRICTIONS with his oppressors-- the Kremlin junta, which sends him to make war on Afghanistan, Vietnam, Angola and Nicaragua. Comrade Petrov does not want war with America. Neither does Mr. Smith want to fight 'Russia.’ But they may have to if the DESTABILIZATION process is successful in America. Once it is, the situation inevitably slides into...
These multinational companies are not loyal to the United States. They may have begun here 100-150 years ago, but they're loyalty is to their present stockholders, which reside on many continents and are most likely apart of the banking cartel whose front is the Federal Reserve and has recently written its own regulations in the Frank-Dodd bill. This banking cartel is the current subverter - I encourage anyone who doubts me on this to check out the national names database and experiment with different industries. Try putting in the joint chiefs and seeing what companies they're on the board of.  Or try your big food conglomerates and see if you don't find tremendous overlap between FDA, Dept of Ag, and the EPA. My personal favorite is the bailout banks, which are directly descended from the original banks associated with the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. Over and over again you will find collectivists in both political parties that are all for globalization, internationalism, and virtually no local control. This is not in the realm of conspiracy, the people masterminding this write big books on how they're going to do it: The Grand Chessboard, Tragedy and Hope, The Anglo-American Establishment, and David Rockefeller's Memoirs. It just goes to show how Orwellian our public debate has come when you can read someone a passage out of one of these books by one of these influential people and they come back with personal attacks or a general "freakout". I guess that's what billions of dollars of mass psychology programs buys you. Current example is the Ground Zero Mosque, being funded by these elite foundations and possibly even our own State Department. Does anyone get mad at them and call them evil? No, let's just get into a frothy foam over the Muslims, who I believe to be under a spirit of Antichrist, however, I believe there to be a bigger evil at work. This evil is deliberately destabilizing the United States economically, socially, and morally. I think we can all see that the frictions that Mr. Bezmenov describes can apply to US/ Muslim relationships as well as the old US/USSR pattern. A war with Iran, according to many military experts, would be disastrous. Well, a picture is worth a thousand words:

Next stop on the subversion journey - Crisis!

All Yuri Bezmenov quotes taken from his booklet, Love Letter to America, via Useless Dissident.

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