Yuri Bezmenov: Deception Was My Job
I mentioned before that I included a descendant of Joseph Stalin in my book because I wanted to point out the evil of communism – an ideology that sits under the larger umbrella of totalitarianism, along with Nazism, fascism and centralized control in one form or another. Sometimes we call it collectivism. But it all means the same thing – powerful people controlling human beings by choking the money supply, creating big-government dependency, destroying individual initiative and creativity, forbidding the worship of God and — in the case of communism, Nazism, fascism — engaging in genocide as a way to weed out those deemed “unworthy” of living. For example,the millions of Jews, gays and handicapped brutally murdered under Adolf Hitler.
Until recently, the United States stood firm as a beacon of freedom, a country that upheld and respected the rights of individuals to pursue their own goals and dreams with limited government involvement – as outlined in the United States Constitution. During the Cold War, the Russian KGB was smart enough to realize that taking down the United States would mainly involve what they called “ideological subversion.” In fact, they were savvy enough to devote 85% of their budget to this effort and only 15% to actual weaponry. They knew long before most Americans did that culture drives politics.
Does this sound like crazy, right-wing conspiracy theory?
Then I highly recommend watching the video below from Yuri Bezmenov, a former KGB agent who defected to the United States.
I want to thank Kia Heavey, my book cover designer and author, for the tip about Bezmenov. Please watch the whole thing. And if you would like to see how Joseph Stalin’s descendant in 2412 atones for his many crimes against humanity, you can purchase my book here. Thank you.
Posted on June 13, 2014, in History and tagged Adolf Hitler, capitalism, Cold War, collectivism, communism, fascism, freedom, ideological subversion, Joseph Stalin, liberty, Nazism, Steps To Salvation, Yuri Bezmenov. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.