Saturday, September 6, 2014

Some Odd Ends- Destroying Society's Cohesion- Hidden History

Interesting little image left by jo

 "Small print but nothing changes on how to attack people senses"

 That little clipping reads very much like a methodology to destroy societies
1919? Communist? Bolshevik? 
Why the link? Because the Russian people were brutalized under the Bolshevik regime?
"More than was the case with the monarchies of western Europe, Russia's Tsar personally symbolized his land and nation. Thus, the murder of the last emperor of a dynasty that had ruled Russia for three centuries not only symbolically presaged the Communist mass slaughter that would claim so many Russian lives in the decades that followed, but was symbolic of the Communist effort to kill the soul and spirit of Russia itself"
 History repeats?


  1. I saved it. Will send it back to ya in a few years. Though nothing will have changed by then either...

    Penny, you've got mail.

  2. Here's an excellent book on the subject:

    Behind Communism by Frank L. Britton

  3. The influence of Communism continues, with different labels. The Trotskyites, for example, re-invented themselves as neocons:

    Kristol Strikes Again


    With another bombing crusade in Iraq commencing, neoconservatives in the media are back in the spotlight. After the folly of Syria, talk of warmongering along the Potomac died down. That is, until the nascent rise of the Islamic State spilled over into Iraq. When the terrorist group started creating havoc in the northern part of the country, the same folks who wished for bombs in Damascus now had a new hobgoblin. It didn’t take long for the usual neocon suspects—Charles Krauthammer, Jennifer Rubin, John Bolton, Rich Lowry—to issue slogans about the existential threat posed by a new band of Islamic terrorists.

    Weekly Standard founder Bill Kristol jumped with joy at the prospect of air strikes. As the largest proponent of an affable, happy-go-lucky foreign policy of endless human slaughter, Kristol has never encountered a death crusade he didn’t like—at least, not one conducted by Western governments. Speaking to radio host Laura Ingraham, the portly saber-rattler asked: “What’s the harm of bombing [ISIS] at least for a few weeks and seeing what happens?”
    As a neoconservative, Kristol embodies the spirit of revolutionary zeal. He demands perpetual war in the hope that sooner or later, foreign lands will surrender to Uncle Sam’s hegemony. The neoconservative philosophy is based on the idea that constant democratic upheaval will bring the world under one rule. This line of thinking can be traced back to his father—Irving Kristol, the well-acknowledged “godfather of neoconservatism”—and even further back to communist agitator Leon Trotsky.
    Why are neoconservatives so foolish in the face of so many failures? Irving Kristol once admitted that members of the movement he created are “pro-religion even though they themselves may not be believers.” Given the breezy manner in which they scoff at the cost of war both in life and dollars, Kristol père’s characterization makes sense. Calling for war while sitting comfortably in spacious D.C. offices is everyday routine for neocons like Bill Kristol. They clearly have no guilt over the blood spilled due to their murderous policies. Just as the Devil never sleeps, neoconservatives won’t rest until the globe is governed by their chosen leaders—even if it bleeds their own country dry in the meantime.

    Read the rest: