The Red Pill


Ah, you decided to take the red pill. Good choice! You are not alone. Together, we will see how far the rabbit hole goes…

Has it ever seemed that you and your neighbor are living in two different Americas? How can one citizen be full of patriotic love for America and believe it is the standard of freedom for the rest of the world, while another citizen can think it is so awful, a.k.a., FUBAR, that it needs to be torn down and rebuilt, i.e., fundamentally transformed? The following information should help to shed some light on this phenomenon. 

TTPs: Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures

Here we will go into some of the tactics globalists, progressives, and Neo-Marxists have used to affect the change they want to see. As you will come to realize, the mystery of lawlessness is already at work.[1]

Many believe that the only thing that has truly lifted people from poverty is free-market capitalism. This is a model based on supply and demand and the exchange of goods and services.[2] America is the land of opportunity and, though it is not perfect, it has done the best in the history of mankind at providing equal opportunity for all. In America, the circumstances into which you were born or under which you came to this country do not determine your destiny -- you can change your stars. Note that the American model strives to provide equal opportunity, which is liberty -- not equal outcomes, which is socialism.[3] 

America’s founding fathers wrote in the Preamble to the Declaration of Independence:

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal,

that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights,

that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

The Declaration of Independence states the principles on which our government, and our identity as Americans, are based.[4] Furthermore, the framework America’s founding fathers developed was based on their deep knowledge of history and the insight they gained, which led them to believe that the best model was “big liberty” and “small government.” In other words, the freedom of the individual is paramount. They had experienced governmental abuse of power firsthand and so they thoughtfully worked to build checks and balances and protections to make sure that the government did not exert too much control over individuals’ lives.

So, how does a country that is the bastion of freedom in the world make a radical left turn and follow an ideology that leads to socialism and ultimately communism? To do that, you have to affect the psyche of its citizens. Various methods have been employed over the decades to achieve this end. We will look at some now.

Ideological Subversion

Soviet defector, Yuri Bezmenov, was a former KGB[5] operative and a high-level Russian propagandist. He escaped to the West in 1970 and warned America about the KGB tactics used to subvert a nation that he witnessed firsthand in the Soviet Union. This is a planned process of altering the way people think for a particular purpose, which in this case is to affect a regime change. It is effectively the brainwashing of a society -- a slow, methodical transformation. Those who conduct this ideological subversion are very patient to employ the tactics over decades of time.

In 1984 (how apropos), he wrote a book entitled “Love Letter to America” using the pen name Tomas D. Schuman.[6] In it he wrote:

I am what you may call a "defector" from the USSR, and I have a message for you: I love you very much. I love all of you-- liberals and conservatives, "decadent capitalists" and "oppressed masses,"

blacks and whites and browns and yellows, rednecks and intellectuals.

For me you are the people who created a unique nation, country and society in the history of mankind -- by no means a perfect one, but, let's face it -- the most free, affluent and just in today's world.

I am not alone in this love. People all over the Earth, whether they praise America or bitterly criticize her, look upon you as the only hope for mankind's survival and the last stronghold of freedom.

Some may not think in these idealistic terms, but they certainly enjoy the fruits of your civilization

 often forgetting to be grateful for them. Millions of people in the so-called "socialist camp"

or in the "Third World" literally owe their lives to America.

That same year Yuri did an interview with G. Edward Griffin of the John Birch Society. In that interview, he shared that only about 15% of the KGB’s time, money, and manpower is dedicated to espionage. The other 85% is dedicated to what is called ideological subversion, active measures, or psychological warfare (psyops). Yuri warned this had already been implemented in the USA. Note that this interview was over 35 years ago, which means that this has potentially influenced three generations of Americans. He stated that their goal in doing this is 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. It is a great brainwashing process that goes very slow and is divided into 4 basic stages.”

Excerpt from 1984 interview with Yuri Bezmenov

The 4 stages are (1) Demoralization, (2) Destabilization, (3) Crisis, and (4) Normalization. The following is a summary of those stages.[7]

Stage 1: Demoralization. This process can take 10-15 years because that is how long it takes to affect a generation. Demoralization is the destruction of faith in the government and society. Guilt is proven to be an immensely effective tool for changing behavior and mindsets and the strongest method to promote a desire for more government. Believing that the society is broken, systems are failing, and patriotism is evil are three key beliefs that are promoted and create guilt. This leads to the acceptance of radical new ideas because the current situation is believed to be harmful. For example, in schools controlled by those who are disciples of leftist thought, students are indoctrinated into a set of values and beliefs foreign to those of the American tradition. Traditional Judeo-Christian morality, classical education, and American patriotism are discarded. We certainly see this in America today.

Stage 2: Destabilization. With the decision-making ability of Americans negatively affected through demoralization, the next step takes a foothold — destabilization of the nation’s foundations. Attacks on the economy, political systems, national culture, and essential institutions begin, and become more successful with the belief that our nation’s systems are not worth preserving or defending. The goal is to foster criticism of the foundational institutions of our nation so that traditional authority will not be trusted. Destabilization causes citizens to believe the worst of what they hear about their nation and government. Supporters of traditional values and foundational structures in the nation will be ostracized, and perhaps demonized.

Stage 3: Crisis. At the crisis stage, the altered values may lay an ax to the root of the current systems. Upheaval presents opportunities for change. As Yuri explains, once a society is destabilized, it collapses into chaos. At this point, citizens want the government to provide stability. We saw this clearly in the recent pandemic “crisis.” A demoralized and destabilized society responded with fear and panic when a health event faced our nation. Americans are willingly trading civil rights and freedoms for authoritarianism and overreach that they believe will keep them safe. Messaging in all of this is key. Who delivers these messages and frames the truth? The mainstream media. 

Stage 4: Normalization. The “new normal” is a term we have heard constantly lately and it is an accurate description of what the normalization stage is all about. When the government and societal structures have changed, citizens are told it is “the way it has to be.” Ironically, it is described as normal when it is not normal at all. Normalization creates a new baseline for what a nation will accept, value, and promote. The cycle is complete and will repeat. 

These steps are repeated over and over bringing a greater result with each cycle until there is collapse, which it seems American could be on the verge of right now. 

It is interesting to note that Nikita Khrushchev, who ran the Soviet Union from 1958 to 1964, openly predicted the destruction of the United States and said that it would happen in the way that every society eventually collapses -- from within. He said, “We will take America without firing a shot. We do not have to invade the US. We will destroy you from within.” Khrushchev was talking about an entire system of Marxist indoctrination and takeover that they had refined and executed in country after country during the 20th Century, which includes Eastern Europe, North Korea, Vietnam, Cuba, Nicaragua, and now Venezuela.[8] 

They had a template in place for how to penetrate a society with Marxist ideals and implode it so that the revolutionaries would control the ruins of a once sovereign nation. Yuri’s father was a high-ranking Soviet military official and Yuri was trained to be an elite KGB operative. He was taught this template and employed it overseas. 

The good news for America was that we won the Cold War and the Soviet Union collapsed. President Ronald Reagan, who played a pivotal role in winning that war, warned America in his famous Freedom Speech know as “A Time for Choosing”:[9]

Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.

We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream.

It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same,

or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children

what it was once like in the United States when men were free. 

Hegelian Dialectic

Now comes the war for the United States of America. Since the beginning of the 21st Century, globalist leaders have attempted to manipulate the US and American people with the Marxist Revolutionary Technique known as The Hegelian Dialectic. The three stages are Problem - Reaction - Solution. The globalists cause a problem (e.g., climate change, pandemic, terrorism), they wait for a reaction (e.g., fear in people thinking, “We are all going to die,” and they call out for someone to do something), then they have their pre-prepared solution ready, which usually involves more government control of our lives and loss of personal freedom. We saw something like this in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in America on 11 September 2001, and we are seeing something similar around the globe in response to COVID-19.

Hegelian dialectic thinking is applied in many situations in world politics. Often the ordinary people are used as pawns in the game of Hegelian psychology played by those who pull the strings of world control. The political “left” and “right” are pitted against each other in order to achieve a synthesis that suits those in hidden positions of world power.[10]

Call to Action

As we must now realize, there has been a long “prep of the battlefield” and the war for America’s soul is well underway.

Yuri’s “Love Letter to America” gives a poignant call to arms.

My dear friends, I think you are in big trouble.

Whether you believe it or not, YOU ARE AT WAR.

And you may lose this war very soon, together with all your affluence and freedoms,

unless you start defending yourselves.

The driving force of this war has very little to do with natural aspirations of people

 for better lives and greater freedoms. If at all, these aspirations are being used and taken advantage of

by the manipulators and progenitors of the war.

The real driving force of this war of aggression is IDEOLOGY —

something you cannot eat, wear or store for a “rainy day”.

An integral part of this war of ideology is IDEOLOGICAL SUBVERSION —

the process of changing the perception of reality in the minds of millions of peoples all over the world.

The late comrade Andropov, the former head of the Soviet KGB called this war of Communist aggression, “the final struggle for the MINDS and hearts of the people.

Yuri had first-hand knowledge about the methods they used and their ultimate goals, which he says “are very far from the liberty, equality and freedom they verbally espouse. Because I have seen the tragic consequences of this war of ideological subversion, I would like to offer some suggestions as to how we in the United States can DEFEND ourselves against this deadly war and how we can SURVIVE in this final struggle for minds and hearts.” The stakes are high because, as he said, 

People all over the Earth, whether they praise America or bitterly criticize her,

look upon you as the only hope for mankind’s survival and the last stronghold of freedom.

Some may not think in these idealistic terms, but they certainly enjoy the fruits of your civilization,

often forgetting to be grateful for them.

In truth, America is the only thing standing between good and evil in the world. If America falls, there will be no place for freedom-loving people to go. All patriots must heed Ronald Reagan’s warning: 

If we lose freedom here, there is no place to escape to. This is the last stand on earth.

Now is the time to stay informed and to act. Fate rarely calls upon us at the moment of our choosing. 

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