Sonntag, 1. August 2010

KGB Defector: Demoralization is Weapon in Secret War

By Toby Moreland

In a 1980's interview with G. Edward Griffin, Yuri Bezmenov, KGB defector and expert in propaganda, said the subversion methods employed in the U.S. by the KGB were designed to "change the perception of reality of every American to such an extent that - despite the abundance of information - no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interest of defending themselves, their families, their community, and their country."

This multi-stage process requires media complicity/mediocrity, control of educational policy, widespread corruption in politics and industry, and the unlimited money/credit of the international bankers who funded and controlled the USSR.

Scrupulous and influential opponents are discredited, threatened or murdered. It goes very slowly, and its purpose is to eventually bring the target nation to total collapse, when efficient shifts of power structure and economy can take place.

It is important to understand that the goal of ideological subversion is NOT to convert everyone to the left. Leftist ideology must only be presented as a legitimate alternative for the subversion to be successful. The Hegelian dialectic does the rest, and when the economic structure deteriorates within the target nation, the subverted population - divided, dumbed down, short-sighted and reactive - will beg for the expansion of government programs.

According to Bezmenov, the first stage of this process - demoralization - usually takes 15 to 20 years because this is the amount of time it takes to educate a single generation of students. In the United States, the super-patsy, this process has continued uninterrupted for at least 50 years. It has been applied in any area of society where public opinion is formulated. Here are a few examples of application from Bezmenov's lecture in Los Angeles in 1983:

Religion - "Destroy it. Ridicule it. Replace it with various sex cults which bring people's attention, faith - whether it is naive or primitive - it doesn't really matter. As long as the basically accepted religious dogma is slowly eroded and people are divorced from the Supreme Being. Replace accepted, respected religious organizations with fake organizations. Distract people's attention from the real faith, and attract them to various different faiths." (without any unifying philosophy, important discussions are held exclusively in the realm of humanistic materialism, which clearly favors the central bankers and is always subject to change at their whim.)

Education - "Distract them from learning something which is constructive, pragmatic, efficient. Instead of mathematics, physics, foreign languages, chemistry...teach them history of urban warfare, natural foods, home economy, your sexuality...anything. As long as it takes you away..." (U.S. students rank near the bottom of developed nations in math and science testing, despite having spent more money per pupil than any other nation. See Charlotte Iserbyt's The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America)

Social Life - "Replace traditionally established institutions and organizations with fake organizations. Take away the initiative from people. Take away the responsibility from naturally established links between individuals, groups of individuals, and society at large, and replace them with artificially, bureaucratically controlled bodies...the main concern of social workers is not your family, not you, not social relations between groups of people. The main concern is to get their paycheck from the government. What will be the result of their social work doesn't really matter." (i.e Replacing individual accountability with bureaucratic bodies that are not held accountable, ...this is the Soviet council form of government.)

Media - "Who elected them? How come they have almost monopolistic power over your mind? They can rape your mind. But how come they have the nerve to decide what is good and what is bad for the ELECTED - by you - president and his administration. Who the hell are they? Spiro Agnew, who was hated by the liberal left, called them 'a bunch of enfeebled snobs,' and that's exactly what they are. They think they know. They don't."

Feminism - "I don't know how you feel about feminism. I don't think that to be equal with men you have to politicize your movement. You cannot legislate equality; you have to BE equal. But that distracts your mind from real issues: family, loyalty, and moral foundations."

In a nut shell, this process destroys, weakens, or simply replaces any existing organizations and institutions that work for the nation's own interests. Sane individuals with a sense of history understand that people in power cannot be trusted, hence the checks, balances, limitations and unalienable individual rights provided by our Constitution. A belief in Marxist-Leninist ideology (state tyranny) requires a child-like hope for benevolent dictators that care about the interests of everyone. History shows that these are disposable mouthpieces of world government.

Co-founder of the World Federation for Mental Health and friend of UN Charter author and Soviet spy Alger Hiss, Dr. Brock Chisholm, nailed it when he said, "To achieve world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family traditions, and religious dogmas..."

If We Had A Choice

Bezmenov concluded his lecture with a powerful message. The answer to subversion is "bringing society back to religion. Something that you cannot touch and eat and put on yourself. But something that rules society and makes it move, and preserves it."

This all relates to a great lie about religion that has been carefully instilled in most: that some individuals need religion. They've got it backwards. Societies NEED religion more than individuals do. If there is not a single, unifying philosophy that all men are under together, then men (or perhaps the spirits they worship) will rule as they see fit. If this is true, and I believe it is, how could the Creator (if he exists) prove his existence and mankind's purpose in a more effective way? History seems to prove we have a choice: be ruled by the laws of God, or subject to the claws of Man.

Henry Makow is the author of A Long Way to go for a Date. He received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto. He welcomes your feedback and ideas at

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