The ideologies of Soviet Communism and German Fascism and Socialism were born out of the Twentieth Century’s two greatest totalitarian states but the influence of these would be felt throughout the entire globe and into the new Millennium.
Lenin said in his book – Left wing Communism – ‘Our theory (Communism) is not a dogma (settled Doctrine) it is a manual of action. An interesting choice of words –“a manual of action” might this mean that the workers revolution was merely the cover for this “manual of action”
In his master of intrigue book “Pawns in the Game” William Guy Carr disproves the myth in the public perception that communism is a movement of the workers ( Soviet Communism) to destroy Capitalism. He claims that British and American Intelligence Officers obtained authentic documentary evidence that proved that International Capitalists operating through their banking houses had continually financed both sides in every war and revolution since 1776.
The invisible dialectic of Marxism aims to control both the conflict and the resolution of differences- and leads everyone involved into new cycles of conflicts. This is similar in nature to the scissors strategy promoted in Soviet Communism which translates into supporting both opposing sides in a conflict- much like the opposing blades in a scissors- are used to drive an attack on a third side.
These tactics are also used in the infiltration of institutions and political parties which are ultimately subverted.
One could say these tactics might find resonance in the criminal underworld much like the Mafioso or and the large Chinese and Russian organised crime gangs.
Professor Carroll Quigley alluded to an international Anglophile network which operated to some extent the way the right believed the communists acted. So their tactics were similar then. Why? Maybe because they were one and the same thing- i.e. the cabal created communism as a means to control the masses and neutralise the working classes by adopting a pro revolutionary stance, but hiding the fact that they were the controllers of society. Also their underworld crime tactics were used in the Bolshevik Revolution translating into one criminal syndicate running/ training another.
The Bolshevik Revolution was claimed to be funded by this Western cabal – according to Gary Allan in his book- None dare call it conspiracy. As he notes- the irony of the world’s richest men financing a movement dedicated to stripping them of their immense wealth and their apparent lack of fear of International Communism makes no sense apart from the logic that they’d financed this movement because they controlled it.
The book ‘Pawns in the Game’ offers a fascinating insight of how different groups have played in an international chess tournament to determine which group wins ultimate control of the globe’s wealth, natural resources and manpower.
The names of these two groups according to the author are: - The International Communists- and the International Capitalists, with both having totalitarian ambitions.
Just to add to this scenario Oligarchy control has been on the increase since the 1980’s.
Free market Capitalism has being replaced by powerful oligarchy’s forming strategic alliances with Governments – known as fascism- to circumvent democratic processes and ensure an elitist type of rule, with powerful lobbyists from civil society weighing in as well to ensure their interests predominate- – some of these being in the form of think tanks, foundations and NGO’s and not just limited to corporates per say.
Even Russia sports its oligarchy empires, having traded in the economics of Soviet Socialism – with regard to the working class controlling production- for a western type of monopolistic Capitalism- or that’s what it appears at any rate.
In the course of the latter part of the nineteenth century a structure of vested interests given the name of ‘monopoly capitalism’ took hold according to Carroll Quigley in his publication- Tragedy and Hope’. He calls the period from 1890 onwards – a new age of conflict- a revival of imperialism, class struggle, Nationalism, and violent warfare.
The occurrence known as the revolving door involves the movement of personnel between roles as legislators and regulators in the US Government and its affected industries. The same applies in this country as well, in addition to retirees from the political realm being assured positions in the corporate world and vice versa.
The author of pawns asserts that whichever side wins out, the internationalists of either persuasion will call for a world government as the only solution to handling humanities problems.
In Treachery part 5: The question of whether the cold war ceased after the introduction of Perestroika will be delved into. The answer may surprise you