Those who are even paying attention to the case of the arrested Russian spies are either all a twitter over the attractive Anna Chapman or snickering about the ineptness of the spy ring for their failure to get any real information of use to the SVR, scion of the KGB.
One cartoon calls the Russian spies “quaint”—a throwback to the olden days when America was worthy of foreign invasion.
Such dismissals reflect a profound ignorance, either willful or the product of too many years of a government run school system.
Hollywood celebutards have long embraced the most brutal of communist dictators from their lofty Malibu perches. Young people have no frame of reference with which to understand socialism and communism. Obama’s youth cult didn’t live through the cold war. They don’t know about Radio Free Europe, which provided precious information to the victims of communism living behind what was then known as the iron curtain that divided Europe into two areas, making much of Eastern Europe a prison. Armed guards were posted at the borders, and many desperate citizens were killed attempting to flee from a life of oppression.
Putin’s spies among us don’t have to blow up a nuclear reactor—that’s the job of the jihadis anyway—to do immense harm to the United States. The Soviet Union relied far more on the process of subversion than on actual espionage. Soviet defector Yuri Bezmenov describes the process in four phases:
The first stage is demoralization, a process which requires fifteen to twenty years to accomplish; the amount of time necessary to educate one generation of students to the doctrine of your enemy. Ayers-based education has clearly hit its target.
In other words, Marxism-Leninism ideology is being pumped into the soft
heads of at least 3 generation of American students without being challenged
or counterbalanced by the basic values of Americanism; American patriotism.
But merely preaching to the choir, spouting Marxism at leftwing universities does not produce the desired outcomes. The KGB had to get its ideology into our mainstream. Hollywood celebutards, politicians and other useful idiots are actually entirely expendable.
Try to get into, large circulation, established conservative media.
Reach filthy rich movie makers, intellectuals in so-called academic circles.
Cynical, ego-centric people who can look into your eyes with angelic
expression and tell you a lie. This are the most recruitable people; people
who lack moral principals – who are either too greedy or too, uh, suffer from
self-importance, uh, they feel that they matter a lot. Uh, these are the
people who KGB wanted very much to recruit.
Those idiots are only useful until the destabilization of the culture is complete.
So basically America is stuck, with demoralization; and unless, even if
you start right now this minute; you start educating new generation of
Americans – it will still take you 15 to 20 years to turn the tide of uh,
ideological perception of reality; back to normalcy and patriotism.
The result? The result you can see — most of the people who graduated in
the 60s, dropouts or half-baked intellectuals, are now occupying the
positions of power in the government, civil service, business, mass media, andeducational systems. You are stuck with them.
You can’t get rid of to them. They are contaminated. They are programmed
to think and react to certain stimuli in a certain pattern [alluding to
Pavlov]. You cannot change their mind even if you expose them to authentic
In Yonkers, we found Vicky Pelaez and Juan Lazaro. Pelaez was a columnist for El Diario-La Prensa in New York. Her past is interesting enough, but Lazaro managed to install himself at Baruch College in New York, teaching a course in Latin American politics. His students describe him as a professor like none other:
The reason? His passionate denunciation of American foreign policy. He maintained that the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were a money-making ploy for corporate America. He praised President Hugo Chávez of Venezuela and disparaged President Álvaro Uribe of Colombia as a pawn for paramilitary groups that have broad control over drug trafficking.
What a coincidence that Obama rebuffs the current government of Colombia in its efforts to trade with the United States. Such an arrangement would be beneficial to the United States by providing a buttress against deranged communist dictator Hugo Chavez. Chavez is, predictably, another pet of the Hollywood imbecile community. Colombia’s outgoing president, Alvaro Uribe, deserved American support for his efforts to stand up to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), as well as to the drug lords who had been terrorizing the citizenry unchecked for years. Obama’s attorney general, Eric Holder, is quite savvy about the narco-terrorist organization. Holder represented Chiquita Banana and was able to negotiate a very favorable settlement with the government for Chiquita, which had been funding another terrorist group in Colombia, the AUC. Between 1997 and 2004, Chiquita gave the AUC nearly two million dollars, ostensibly to pay for protection. To suggest that the Obama administration is not aware of what is going on in Colombia is an affront.
Bezmenov points out that our enemies in Russia invest a mere fifteen- percent of their time, money and resources into actual espionage—the greater threat comes from what he calls ideological subversion—a slow brainwashing process.
Irrespective of what else we may find out about the Russian spies in coming days, they can legitimately hang their Mission Accomplished banner.