Socialist Subversion Stages on the Road To American Crisis
Yuri Bezmenov's lecture on socialist subversion tactics was required viewing in a counterintelligence course I took for my master's degree.
In this video Bezmenov, a defected Soviet intelligence officer living in Canada under the name Tomas Schuman, describes the phases devised to undermine an enemy nation: Demoralization, Destabilization, Crisis, and then Normalization under a new, socialist, regime.
Take notice that destroying cultural institutions, like religion, family, education, and economics, is preferred to sabotage, espionage, or other covert actions.
That work is well underway in the United States, in addition to many other Western nations, somewhere, I would estimate, between destabilization and crisis.
During my course on counterintelligence I wrote a paper on another Soviet intelligence defector, Anatoliy Golitsyn, and his book The Perestroika Deception. In it, the demise of the Soviet Union was also part of a long-term deception operation aimed at destabilizing the West and free markets by lulling them into a false sense of security as their chief enemy melts away.
This then opens the door to degrading security alliances and ultimately supplanting political and economic structures among market oriented nations with “social democratic models” encouraged by globalist institutions.
Taken together with Antony Sutton's work detailing how the Soviet Union was really just the best enemy money could buy, propped up by monied interests and socialist sympathizers holding public office, it becomes clear that the subversion program goes beyond just one country.
Indeed, it is the globalist institutions pushing for a socialist model “great reset” undermining the idea of private property and pushing worldwide central economic planning.
It is amid such hostility to private property and the freedom to trade through voluntary contract there is another form of “great reset” required; the kind that revives, reforms, and restores the ‘blessings of liberty' to ourselves and our posterity.