Monday, October 19, 2009

"Soldiers" of the World: Let's unite against Communism!
































Versão em português


A Soldier's Warning
by J. R. Nyquist

More than 160 years ago Søren Kierkegaard declared that "truth is a power." But it's a power that is rarely acknowledged beforehand because it entails suffering, and most people reject suffering. Eventually, however, the truth proves victorious, and the majority accepts it. "Why?" asked Kierkegaard. Not because it is truth. "They join it," he explained, "because everyone else is joining."

Twenty years ago the socialist bloc supposedly collapsed. But who is honestly celebrating this event? Some people imagined at the time, quite erroneously, that truth had proven victorious against history's most vicious lie. Russian dissident and former political prisoner Vladimir Bukovsky, speaking at the Oslo Freedom Forum last May 19th, said that the socialist empire of the East continues. It has somehow survived. According to Bukovsky, "Those who perpetrated all those horrible crimes in the communist countries are safely in power again. These people have never said sorry. Those and those of their accomplices in the West who were apologists and sympathizers of the Soviet oppression throughout all these decades ... never said (they were) sorry, and never gave us a chance to forgive them."

Bukovsky also warned that totalitarian socialism is on the march. Not only has it revived in the East. It is spreading throughout Europe and Latin America. Bukovsky said that "twenty years down the road all we can do is repeat the famous phrase of Mark Twain that the rumors of its death are greatly exaggerated." One only has to consider the situation in the United States, where socialists dominate the educational system and control the government. The idea that communism died in 1989 is farcical. "So far," Bukovsky explained, "no former communist country has managed to transcend its experience of the past.... Democratic institutions are systematically destroyed ... elections are turned into farce, political oppressions are everyday reality again, and even some new countries have joined that sad list of tyrannies and repressive societies such a Venezuela."

How has this happened? How could totalitarian socialism regain so much lost ground, so rapidly, without any serious resistance? How has it managed to make so much progress in the United States? "Contrary to one's expectations," Bukovsky lamented, "the collapse of communist regimes in the East did not bring any sobriety to the West, to a reassessment of its values. Just as we speak, a new version of the Soviet Union is forced on a silent majority of European nations: the European Union. Admittedly it is a very pale copy, a very mild copy of the Soviet Union; and yet, a copy nonetheless. We are already told there will be a Europe police, Europol, some kind of version of (the) KGB in the European Union, which will police us on 32 counts of crimes, two of which are particularly interesting because they do not exist as a crime in the penal code of any nation: that is the crime of racism, and the crime of xenophobia. And they already explained that those of us who object to the immigration policies of the European Union are going to be charged with the crime of racism, and those of us who object to the European Union are going to be charged with the crime of Xenophobia. Well, it always pays to know the article under which you are going to serve in jail."

Political correctness appears to be irresistible. The truth does not belong to most human beings. They are not soldiers for the truth. Instead, they are victims of the lie. Only a minority resists, by a process of suffering - as the truth itself suffers. Bukovsky told the Oslo Freedom Forum that socialism's utopian program is a criminal enterprise. It cannot be otherwise. As such, he explained, it should have been put on trial in 1992. But there was no trial.

According to Bukovsky, " (In 1992) I ... had access to archives of the Central Committee and Politburo; and what I discovered there explained to me why the West was so adamantly against a Nuremberg trial in Moscow. To begin with, so many of the prominent figures of the Western political, business and cultural world were in secret collaboration with Moscow that it would have been a huge shock in the West if that was revealed. And no one wanted that shock. But much more importantly, it would have been an ideological shock. Throughout the end of the Soviet Union, according to the documents I've seen, numerous leaders of the West, particularly of the left wing spectrum, would come to Russia, to the Soviet Union, alarmed at the prospect of the collapse of the Soviet Union. Now think of that. We worked all our life to see that collapse, and in the crucial moment when it was about to collapse the entire world was trying to save it. And What was their explanation? Why were they so adamant to support this disintegrating regime? Oh, because, as they say, and I quote: 'The collapse of socialism in the East can bring the crisis to that idea in the West.' So what they were trying to save was their own illusion, their own utopia of socialism, by dooming our countries...."

The KGB and the Communist Party Soviet Union were not without allies in 1992, and they are not without allies today. Soviet socialists are part of a brotherhood that includes American and West European socialists. The crime of forcing a socialist utopia on the world is still their goal. Those who "force utopia on the people are committing a crime," Bukovsky declared. This is the legacy of socialism. If we cannot learn from this, then the gigantic tragedy of Soviet oppression "will have no meaning."

At the Oslo Freedom Forum Bukovsky demanded "unconditional surrender from our enemy...." And then, he said, we must put them on trial. "We were told (in 1992) that we were trying to mount a witch hunt," said Bukovsky. "Well, today the witches have returned and they are hunting us." The Kremlin is engaged in a massive rearmament program. At the same time, the United States is disarming. Those who would resist have been neutralized. A small minority of organizers, KGB officers, agents of influence, and fellow travelers, have effectively turned the tables on the Free World.

The final crisis awaits, and Bukovsky tells us that we have a choice: to be soldiers against socialism, or to be its victims.


Jeffrey R. Nyquist, is a columnist, editor and a renowned expert in geopolitics and international relations. Jeffery Nyquist is trained in political sociology at the University of California, is also the author of "Origins of the Fourth World War". He has contributed articles to web sites such as sierratimes.com, worldnetdaily.com, financialsense.com, and newsmax.com. Nyquist advocates the view that the fall of the Soviet Union was a deception designed to encourage the West to disarm, and that the Communists are still in control to this day. This view was first written about in a book by the Soviet defector, Anatoly Golitsyn, in his book "New Lies For Old: The Communist Strategy of Deception and Disinformation". J.R. Nyquist also keeps the site: "JRNyquist.com".



Weekly Column: Published in "FINANCIAL SENSE".
Friday, October 09, 2009.



Bukovsky Speech in Oslo – Videos

Video: Oslo Freedom Forum - Vladimir Bukovsky (Part 1 of 3)




Video: Oslo Freedom Forum - Vladimir Bukovsky (Part 2 of 3)




Video: Oslo Freedom Forum - Vladimir Bukovsky (Part 3 of 3)


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