Former KGB operative tells us how we got here

This interview took place in 1984. He explains his relationships as a KGB officer with the Useful Idiots, and how those Useful Idiots were often “squashed like a cockroach” after their usefulness had played out. Once the shock hit them, at the time of revolution, of what they’d done they could very well become the most staunch anti-communists, and so they were snuffed out before that could happen. “When the military boot hits their flabby butt..” the shock of seeing what they’ve helped create can turn them against the glorious idology of “Social Justice”. In other words, they’re targeted for destruction before they have a chance to wake up and smell the coffee. It’s typical, small scale gang behavior brought to the wholesale level.

But not, 29 years later, it’s much worse. There likely won’t be a military boot in the Useful idiots’ flabby butts, because we’re in such a state of degradation that we’re asking for “normalization” (of communism). We’re not fighting back.

This is about an hour and a half. Grab a cup of coffee or what have you, and listen to the whole thing .

This is a companion to Joe’s QOTD post here.

For further study, here is a domonstration of how it’s done. There is religious language in this one, but if you want to go straight to the mind control part, start at around 8 minutes.

In short, if someone knows how, they can tell you up front exactly what they’re going to do to you, they can then do it right then and there, openly, and some people will still be totally controlled by it, AND they’ll defend the utterly insane things they do as a result of being controlled. THEY are the more aware and YOU are “just too stubborn” to see what is clearly reality.

4 thoughts on “Former KGB operative tells us how we got here

  1. When I was in college one professor did a class demo every year. He would stand right in front of the class, and have one student stand 2 feet away from him, and he would do “close up magic” such as making a coin or a card appear and disappear.

    Nobody ever saw how he did it.

    I am pretty sure it wasn’t supernatural, of course, so the only reasonable explanation is that he was so dextrous that his palming/hiding/disappearing the cards and coins were not visible to the naked eye.

    His points were that you should NOT believe everything you see, and (a more practical lesson) you should never play cards for money with strangers.

    In relation to your post, the same thing applies. You may see what you want to see, but it is not what is really happening.

  2. You are preaching to the choir, I think.

    Amurrikans are marinated from birth in agitprop masquerading as popular culture, that tells them that whenever anyone mentions Communists, they must reflexively insert a laughtrack and blurt out something false and slanderous about Joseph McCarthy. It’s too late for most of them.

    It’s Orwellian. Negative thoughts or criticism of the Party Vanguard have become THOUGHTCRIME. When the proles hear such ideas they immediately apply techniques of CRIMESTOP and forcibly stop themselves from thinking any more about it, saaaaaaaaay, did you watch Honey Boo Boo last night? She’s so cuuuuuuuuute! And I heard Madonna was going to get married again, isn’t it exciting? And did you see that football/basketball/baseball game? Wow! OLDTHINKERS UNBELLYFEEL INGSOC.

Comments are closed.