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

Monday, March 12, 2012

Time to Revisit the Subversion Chart

A long while back, in blog time, I book blogged Love Letter to America by Yuri Bezmenov. Watching our farce of media and election rigging, I thought it would be interesting to run through it real quick to see how much I've learned and how my viewpoints may have changed.

The Demoralization process, which I would date from the year 1910, the founding of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, whose HQ is across from the UN in NYC. Why? Because in their founding minutes, they plotted on how to subvert our republic.

Take a look of the three areas of Destablization, and you could write in what has happened in the area of Ideas, Structure, and Life.

This leads us to where we are at now: Destabilization. We are seeing a power struggle on both the left and the right. We see a destruction of our economy by the debasement of our currency. Yuri says this leads to dependency on Big Brother. Food stamps anyone?? The food stamp program is run by big bank JP Morgan Chase, by the way, not the government, in case you didn't know who's running this country. We also see a lot of grass-roots uprising, which can be a double edged sword. If their not focused the right way, their anger can easily be manipulated, giving us President Obama. While Ron Paul gets flack for his non-interventionism, with people wrongfully calling him an isolationist - we are actually isolating ourselves more than we realize with the current policiy.  Countries not inundated with our Saudi-owned FoxNews have a clearer history of USG involvement in propping up dictators and such, and look upon our foreign policy with disdain. I'm not downing America here, but the special interests running our overseas show. Again, refer to the founding minutes of the Carnegie Endowment as reported in the Reece Committee investigation to proof to yourself that our foreign policy is not in the interest of the American citizen, but rather banksters looking to take over the world by any means necessary. Monetary control is the less messy way. Notice that Destabilization takes from 2 to 5 years, depending on the circumstances. Given our Constitution, it might take the USA a little bit longer than that, but know that this is the pattern the Soviets followed to take down the Eastern Bloc countries and anywhere else they tried to convert an open society to a closed one.

Also take note that the Soviet Union and the Bolshevik Revolution was funded and propped up by American banking interests, specifically Morgan interests. We've documented that together as we painstakingly went through the facts in Dr. Sutton's meticulous work, Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution. So knowing that the big banks were propping up the Soviet Union, which Dr. Sutton catalogues in his work, Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development from 1945 to 1965, how the Soviet Union was kept afloat by big Western companies. The training Bezmenov received was probably first developed by the banksters for the purpose of political subjugation. The point here, is that we're dealing with the same monster and its MO.


  1. I think you are absolutely right. (Isn't it lovely when commenters say that?) We're reaching the end of the game now, and I really don't think there's much left to do but wait and pray. And set aside a good portion of our present income for beans and rice.

    1. Yeah, I'm trying to get my husband "on board" with prepping. But this last grocery trip, I picked up extra bag of beans and one of rice. Start small, start somewhere..

  2. I have a couple questions about the chart, what does it mean when it says "Lower the uppers, bible?" and "Salt ... Friends"?

    1. I'm not sure about that as I think that Tomas Schuman aka Yuri Bezmenov made this up to go with his talks. I belieive that Lower the Uppers phrase is speaking about demonizing the genuinely successful people in the free society, as the democratic party does ad nauseum. Bible might refer to the social justice maneuver they use to do this through the liberal churches.

      Salt probably refers to the S.A.L.T treaty between Russia and the US in the '80s and friends refers to the geopolitical gameplay done on the world stage.


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