Teachers' union promotes Mao's launch of 'People's Republic'
By Michael Carl © 2010 WorldNetDaily
When communists "liberate" a society "for the people" it doesn't mean what an average Westerner might think. Consider this testimony by former Communist and KGB defector, Yuri Bezmenov, (aka Thomas Schuman), in his essay "Love Letter To America" as he describes communist "liberation":
Bezmenov writes: "I know what I am talking about, because I was on the side of the aggressor before I decided to take YOUR side. I do not believe-- I KNOW that in this war no one is being "liberated, decolonised or made equal," as Soviet doctrine proclaims. You may notice, if you give yourselves the trouble to observe, that the only "equality" and "liberation" this war produces is the equality of death and the "liberation" from freedom. Look at Russia, Poland, Hungary, Afghanistan-- would you say the people of those countries celebrated and rejoiced when the Soviets brought them equality and liberation? Of course not. We must take a clear and honest look at what Soviet "liberation" actually means.
This war of Communist World Aggression is not fought against some mythological "capitalists" as Communist propaganda claims. No, my dear friends, this war is fought against YOU-- personally.
Communist wars of world aggression are not fought for liberty and equality. We have thousands of unequivocal examples of the horrendous human suffering, torture and mass death that occur after a Soviet "liberation." The final stage of Communist aggression-- military confrontation-- has very little to do with rivalry for territorial or geopolitical gains in order to free and liberate. Communist world aggression is a total war against humanity and human civilization. In Communist propaganda terms, this is "the final struggle for the victory of Communism."
The driving force of this war has very little to do with natural aspirations of people for better lives and greater freedoms. If at all, these aspirations are being used and taken advantage of by the manipulators and progenitors of the war. The real driving force of this war of aggression is IDEOLOGY-- something you cannot eat, wear or store for a "rainy day." An integral part of this war of ideology is IDEOLOGICAL SUBVERSION-- the process of changing the perception of reality in the minds of millions of peoples all over the world. The late comrade Andropov, the former head of the Soviet KGB, called this war of Communist aggression, "the final struggle for the MINDS and hearts of the people.""
I also have another website titled "Change" with works from Bezmenov and other writers dedicated to exposing how communist ideological warfare is going on today through our educational system and other US institutions.