Is Putin rebuilding the Soviet Union, all according to a pre-agreed plan?
If you search for terms such as "soviet union fake fall" or "russia secretly soviet" you will find that this is a much loved conspiracy topic that does not get mentioned on most social media sites.
As a matter of fact, most social media, even those related to conspiracy, are so obsessed with American politics that they completely miss the elephant in the room.
Is the Soviet Union Playing the Long Game?
On June 8 1995, British Member of Parliament Christopher Gill quoted Anatoliy Golitsyn during a House of Commons debate, saying:
It stretches credulity to its absolute bounds to think that suddenly, overnight, all those who were Communists will suddenly adopt a new philosophy and belief, with the result that everything will be different. I use this opportunity to warn the House and the country that that is not the truth.
Anatoliy Golitsyn and a pattern of Heart Attacks
Anatoliy Golitsyn was a KGB defector; he wrote two books about long-term deception strategies the KGB were using and planning. For his efforts in exposing this as well as providing other valuable information, he was made an Honorary Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE).
Anatoliy Golitsyn was a Major in the KGB. He defected and joined the CIA in Helsinki in 1961 when he was flown to the US. In 1962, KGB head Vladimir Semichastny approved a plan for assassination of Golitsyn and other "particularly dangerous traitors" including Igor Gouzenko, Nikolay Khokhlov, and Bohdan Stashinsky. The KGB made serious efforts to discredit Golitsyn by promoting disinformation that he was involved in illegal smuggling operations.
Mark Riebling stated that of 194 predictions made in New Lies For Old, 139 had been fulfilled by 1993.
Anatoliy Golitsyn is alleged to have died in 2008 according to one source, but the mystery remains open ended.
Igor Gouzenko allegedly died of a heart attack in Canada during 1982.
Nikolai Khokhlov survived an assassination attempt in 1957, and allegedly died of a heart attack in America during 2007.
Bohdan Stashinsky was given a new identity in South Africa. That has not stopped Russians attempting to find him. A book released in 2005 purpoted that Stashinsky had been given a new identity and moved to the United States.
Д. П. Прохоров: Сколько стоит продать родину?, Санкт Петербург Москва 2005
Nikolai Khokhlov had this to say before his "death":
The situation within Russia today is very perilous. There are no more laws, and no more order. Putin brought back many KGB, and there are too many KGB at the top, the old dinosaurs who cannot get rid of old habits.
Anatoliy Golitsyn provided information about many famous Soviet agents including Kim Philby, Donald Duart Maclean, Guy Burgess, John Vassall, double agent Aleksander Kopatzky and others.
New Lies for Old
In 1984, Anatoliy Golitsyn published New Lies For Old, where he warned about a long-term deception strategy of seeming retreat from hard-line Communism designed to lull the West into a false sense of security, and finally economically cripple and diplomatically isolate the United States. Among other things, Golitsyn stated:
The "liberalization" would be spectacular and impressive. Formal pronouncements might be made about a reduction in the communist party's role: its monopoly would be apparently curtailed. An ostensible separation of powers between the legislative, the executive, and the judiciary might be introduced. The Supreme Soviet would be given greater apparent power, and the president of the Soviet Union and the first secretary of the party might well be separated. The KGB would be "reformed." Dissidents at home would be amnestied; those in exile abroad would be allowed to return, and some would take up positions of leadership in government.
Sakharov might be included in some capacity in the government or allowed to teach abroad. The creative arts and cultural and scientific organizations, such as the writers' unions and Academy of Sciences, would become apparently more independent, as would the trade unions. Political clubs would be opened to nonmembers of the communist party. Leading dissidents might form one or more alternative political parties.
There would be greater freedom for Soviet citizens to travel. Western and Unitized Nations observers would be invited to the Soviet Union to witness the reforms in action.
While it could be argued that the "collapse of the Soviet Union" is somewhat different to "liberalization", it is none the less worth noting the similarities. The Soviet Union spectacularly fell, the nation was liberated dramatically, it's citizens free to travel - especially within Europe, and now once again rising to power.
The New New KGB
The KGB was supposedly reformed. We heard of them being dissolved and Russia gaining the FSB; and yet as noted by Christopher Story and Anatoliy Golitsyn in The Perestroika Deception, published 1995:
The power of the KGB remains as great as ever.
Talk of cosmetic changes in the KGB and its supervision is deliberately publicized to support the myth of 'democratization' of the Soviet political system.
Vladimir Putin himself was a KGB agent for 16 years. He actively placed the FSB under his direct control in 2000. In 2003 he widened their remit to include border control. Government communications were handed over from an independent organisation to the FSB and Ministry of Defence. In 2010 further powers were granted to the FSB in the name of counter terrorism. These further powers included:
FSB officers received the power to issue warnings to citizens on actions that could lead to committing crimes and arrest people for 15 days if they fail to comply with legitimate orders given by the officers.
I order you to keep reading.
In the summer of 2006, the FSB was given the legal power to engage in targeted killing of terrorism suspects overseas if so ordered by the president.
For clarity; the FSB consider terrorism to include defectors and traitors. Those who have left for another country, perhaps even taking up life in a quiet town like Salisbury.
On 29 December 2016, the White House sanctioned the FSB and several other Russian companies for helping the Russian military intelligence service, the Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU), to allegedly disrupt and spread disinformation during the 2016 US presidential election.
Mikhail Gorbachev is almost universally known as the man with the birth mark that was at the helm during the collapse of the Soviet Union and rise of the Russian Federation. Perhaps however, Gorbachev was simply playing the party song as he went through the motions that led to modern Russia in order to fool the west.
Mikhail Gorbachev justified the fall of the Soviet Union as a necessary step to "strangle Europe in an embrace", and to "force Americans out of Europe".
Mikhail Gorbachev has called for a global perestroika, starting in particular with that of the United States; he believes that the financial crisis of 2007–2008 shows that the Washington Consensus economic model is a failure that will sooner or later have to be replaced.
Brexit - The Embrace?
Many sources have stated that Brexit is playing in to the hands of Russia, including British Member of Parliament Phil Wilson:
I do not think we should doubt that Russia's intent with the continent of Europe is to divide and rule. Putin wants a weak Europe.
Brexit, I believe, plays straight into his hands. Russia wants to see Europe divided, introspective and prepared, ultimately, to play the international game by his and Russia's rule.
Alastair Campbell a former British government advisor has stated:
No serious overseas player thinks we should leave, unless it suits their agenda.
And British Member of Parliament Hilary Benn also stated:
Let’s be clear. President Putin would shed no tears if Britain left the European Union.
He would see Brexit as a sign of our weakness and of the weakness of European solidarity at the very moment when we need to maintain our collective strength.
All the while, the current British government continue down the dangerous road of claiming that the referendum was legally binding when it was only advisory. The shocking truth is, Russia (and by Russia we can conclude the FSB) directly influenced the vote.
If the vote to leave was deliberately encouraged by Russia, the soverignty of Britain has been compromised.
The sword of Damocles is hanging over the Western democracies, yet they are oblivious to it.
Vladimir Putin makes no effort to mask his admiration for the Soviet Union or some of it's former leaders including Lenin. Indeed, the annexation of Crimea could only happen if aspirations to restore the Soviet Union were amongst his dreams.
In 2016, Vladimir Putin was quoted on state-controlled Russia Today as saying:
You know my attitude towards the collapse of the Soviet Union. There was no need to do it. Reforms could have been undertaken, including those of democratic nature.
Do you agree? Disagree? Are you a Russian affected by this? Are you a Russian bot? Has your local election been influenced? What do you believe the end goal is?
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