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The Abiding Threat: The Ongoing Validity of the Angleton-Golytsin Thesis

Nov 17, 2009 01:58 PM
by Govert Schuller

The Abiding Threat: The Ongoing Validity of the Angleton-Golytsin Thesis

". the American decent into Marxism is happening with breath taking speed ."

Pravda, April 27, 2009

With the recent celebrations of the fall of the Berlin Wall 20 years ago and US President Obama visiting the US's main creditor China it might be good to revisit the old Angleton-Golytsin thesis regarding the false liberalization in Russia and the hidden, long-term Russia-China alliance. Five years ago I wrote about it and researchers still find confirmation upon confirmation for the thesis. Find below some of their analyses. 

Don't expect this administration, with its many Marxist sympathizers and its leader a tool of fifth column New World Order organizations to incorporate this into its geopolitical perceptions and strategy. Instead, US domestic and foreign policy is and has been driven by a quite large set of incorrect assumptions shared by both parties, the most important and dangerous among which are: Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda are responsible for 9/11, even while it was an inside job; Russia and China can be played out against each other and contained, even while they are in secret alliance and are quite powerful; record-setting government deficits and low interest rates will save the US and world economy, even while setting the conditions for the next and bigger economic crisis. These together with a plethora of other faulty perceptions are responsible for the increasing possibility of the demise of the American Republic in the near future and its subsequent absorption into a New World Order through either military conquest, convergence through legislation or an internal coup/revolution. 

Probably, and hopefully, only the emergence of a robust constitutionalist anti-Marxist third party might save the day. I like to remind my friends in the Theosophical, Krishnamurti and Ascended Master movements that they could, and maybe should, agree on supporting such a third party effort as key persons in all three movements have come out strongly in opposition to all Marxist and derivative policies. HPB declared her hostility to the "insane dreams of Socialism and of Communism." Krishnamurti would in no way submit himself to any coercive policies coming from any quarter however idealistic. And Elizabeth Clare Prophet, the HPB of the 20th century, provided arguably the most elaborate esoteric analysis of the Marxist agenda. (sources)

Govert Schuller
November 17, 2009

For the analyses proceed to:

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