Short Course on Communist Takeover of the United States

This is a recently discovered excerpt from G. Edward Griffin’s 1984 interview with KGB defector, Yuri Bezmenov, who explains the four stages of communist strategy for taking over the U.S. from within. It is sobering to realize that stage three is almost complete. Stage Four is martial law from which there is no escape. Americans are running out of time to take the Red Pill.

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  1. You may reprint this comment. Around 2000, I took a Federally sponsored course for computer maintenance. I chose a private school in Springfield, Massachusetts. After I signed up I found that one of tbe counselors was convicted of racketeering for the local mafia. He was awaiting sentencing and he joked with me about visiting him. I put that to the side untill I realized that this school had another contract with yhe city and state to education mostly Black and Hispanic teens who could not make it in the city schools. I wslked through that area of the building and noted that in every classroom were posters of Marx, Lenon, Castro and Chaves. I asked my instructor about that and he said with a smile, to ask the school director. I did’t because I knew I was witnessing something that was not to be spoken of. However, one day as I was working in the lab, are group was told that we had to attend a special meeting in the cafateria. When I got there I saw several Democratic State representatives, a State senator, and close members of the Mayors counselors, and as well a celebrated Black Baptist preacher whose son has been mentioned recently in National Democratic push meetings and propaganda. An Hispanic man dressed in farm clothing was introduced and he was speaking in Spanish and broken English about Fidel Castro and Caesar Chaves and was explaning the “revolution” that the children present would be part of. He gave the Communist fist solute and screemed “Viva Revolution.” He would get the teens all shouting. I walked out and went back to my desk and saw my instructor sitting at his desk. I told him what I saw and heard and stated point blank that they were teaching Marxian philosophies to the students. He smiled a bit and encouraged me make my complaint to the director. It was obvious what would happen. Eventially I left without finishing the course. I was totally discusted, and now understood what the Springfield politics was all about. This is my testimony. Frank J. Verderber, Russell, Massachusetts.

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