29 December, 2020

The Sovietization of America in the 1960s

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“Don’t trust anybody over 30”

“Turn on, tune in, drop out”

(two popular 1960s slogans).

The 1960s killed America in many ways. We became too relaxed, too loose, too soft, and we let our guard down, which allowed evil to take root in America. Things and ideas that were previously thought to be impossible suddenly became possible in the 1960s.

In that decade, the Soviet Union began using the American New Left (aka, the “counterculture”) to slowly subvert the USA, via Marxist/Cultural Marxist ideology.

How? According to Soviet defector Yuri Bezmenov (1939-1993), a former KGB officer who specialized in propaganda and who defected to Canada in 1970, the Sovietization (he called it “cultural subversion”) would happen in 4 stages (this was part of Marxism’s “long march through the institutions” — a phrase coined by the German Marxist Rudi Dutschke circa 1967) [1].

Primarily, that “long march” involved young students, who would spear-head the march largely within the Western universities; they would begin the march as students, and continue the march as professors later on, which is exactly what happened in America in the 1980s, e.g., radical professors (formerly students) in California were chanting “Hey, Hey, Ho, Ho, Western Civ Has Gotta Go!” circa 1988; it worked: “Western Civilization” is no longer a required university course in California; “By 2010, none of the 50 top universities required Western Civilization, and 34 didn’t even offer the course” [2]):

The 4 subversion stages were:

— Demoralisation

— Destabilisation

— Crisis

— Normalisation

These 4 stages were to be arrived at via the Soviets “training” students, teachers, etc., and also labor union members, to embrace and spread Marxist ideas. Which they did. Many of them did not even realize that they were doing so. They were useful idiots.

The Jewish leaders of the New Left in America were eager to help the Soviets communize and subvert America. (The New Left was hindered by a shortage of money in the beginning but the Soviets fixed that problem with cash infusions into it).

In many ways, America didn’t survive the 1960s.


[1] Re: the “long march through the institutions”: Dutschke (1940-1979) was essentially talking about incrementalism; quoting him: “Revolution is not a short act when something happens once and then everything is different. Revolution is a long, complicated process…awareness is brought to further minorities in and outside the university, in schools, in trade schools, in engineer schools, also technical universities and finally in factories, where workers are currently worrying about their jobs. The process has begun…which right now has been set on its course by us.” He was also an advocate of Third World liberation movements, which the UN, ironically, advocates today. He was a true international trouble-maker, drifting between different countries before his death by drowning. He unfortunately survived an assassination attempt in 1968

[2] Article titled “The drive to put Western Civ back in the college curriculum” by Ashley Thorne, NY Post, March 29, 2016

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