Communism Creep - Part 1

Sandra Quinn

Communism Creep - Part 1

Have you ever heard the phrase “slow frog boil”? It’s an analogy to describe the imperceptible turning up of the heat until it’s too late. Recently it has been used to describe the tyrannical powers of control that have slowly crept into our lives. A century of incremental progress has led us to the precipice of losing our precious sovereignty. The tyrants have made no secret of their plans, yet many people still deny that Communist Totalitarianism is creeping ever closer to establishing a one-world government.

The first communist government was established in Russia in 1917 following the October Revolution. Lenin’s Bolsheviks consolidated power in 1923 after 6 years of civil war. Stalin took control after Lenin’s death and conducted The Great Purge that killed an estimated one and a half million people. Millions more were confined to gulags or died of starvation from the famines that resulted from economic reform. The Communist Party of China was formed in 1921, and by 1927, they led their first insurrection, the Autumn Uprising. In 1949, Mao Zedong proclaimed the foundation of the Peoples Republic of China, a single-party state controlled by the CCP, which still endures today.

The regimes in Russia and China that seized power by violence, wove a legacy of tyranny and brutality, marked by the carnage of mass killings, famines and persecution. To evade the association with these crimes against humanity, modern tyrants chose a different path to subvert the western world, adopting a strategy of deception and infiltration to accomplish their goal. We have now arrived at the culmination of their 100 year plan.

Their objective of total power drives the quest for total control. Power ensures control, control ensures power. When your primary strategies to obtain power and control are deception and infiltration, it’s not surprising that the communist agenda is not widely recognized. The history of communist movements shows a repeating pattern of activities designed to disguise their true existence and intent. Even the tactic of adopting the euphemism of ‘Progressive’ obscures their identity.

In the late 1800’s, The Fabian Society in Britain wanted to establish socialist societies but knew early on that they could not accomplish world domination through the revolutionary method. They adopted a plan to ‘permeate’ education, government, politics and the press. This strategy was symbolized by the first crest adopted by the Fabians — a wolf wrapped in a sheep’s skin.

In the 1930’s, the Italian communist Antonio Gramsci promoted a deliberate strategy to subvert Western culture from the inside. Gramsci viewed churches, charities, the media, and schools as organizations that needed to be invaded by socialist thinkers. He is credited with the blueprint that has served as the foundation for the Cultural Marxist movement in modern America. At the same time, The Frankfurt School fled Germany and established itself at Columbia University where it expanded its work in Cultural Marxism. They produced Critical Theory that focused on the critique of every pillar of Western culture—family, democracy, common law, freedom of speech, and others. This successful strategy, later termed “the long march through the institutions”, has led to the current domination of government, education and media by Marxist driven ideology.

The objective of these strategies is to weaken western countries, in particular the United States, so they can be easily merged into a global government based on the collectivism model. A think-tank study released in 1966 called the Report from Iron Mountain, analysed the different ways a government can perpetuate itself in power, ways to control its citizens and prevent them from rebelling. Although the origin of the report is highly debated, links have been traced back to the Council on Foreign Relations. The report concluded that war has been the only reliable means to achieve that goal, and that only during times of war, or the threat of war, are the masses compliant to government without complaint. In their words:

“Allegiance requires a cause; a cause requires an enemy.”

Other statements in the report are rather chilling:

“It is entirely possible that the development of a sophisticated form of slavery may be an absolute prerequisite for social control.”

The report then raises the question of a suitable substitute for war. The first consideration for a global enemy was that it did not have to be real. Credibility would be more important than truth. Pollution of the environment was viewed as the most likely to succeed because it could be related to observable conditions such as smog and water pollution – in other words, it would be partly based on fact and, therefore, credible. However, having recognized shortcomings in their chosen enemy, they felt no hesitation in fabricating what they required:

“It is more probable, in our judgment, that such a threat will have to be invented.”

So the environmental movement was created by the CFR as a substitute for war to drive the emotional and psychological foundation for world government. In a 1990 so-called study, The Club of Rome also concluded that fear of environmental disaster could be used as a substitute enemy for the purpose of unifying the masses.

Maurice Strong, a one time a member of both organizations, as well as former co-chairman of the World Economic forum, boldly described their plans. He believed the affluent nations of the world had to be disciplined into lowering their standard of living, and that they must submit to rationing, taxation, and political domination by world government. Unlikely to do so voluntarily, they would have to be forced, therefore it would be necessary to engineer a global monetary crisis to destroy their economic systems. They would then have no choice but to accept assistance and control from the  UN.

In 1990, West magazine, published an article about Maurice Strong entitled “The Wizard of Baca Grande,” by journalist Daniel Wood. In an unguarded moment, Strong revealed what could be seen as a fantasy, but unfortunately is becoming very real under the Great Reset now being promoted by the elites at Davos. He described a “story idea” to the journalist:

“Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse?… So this group of world leaders form a secret society to bring about an economic collapse. It’s February. They’re all at Davos. These aren’t terrorists. They’re world leaders. They have positioned themselves in the world’s commodity and stock markets. They’ve engineered, using their access to stock exchanges and computers and gold supplies, a panic. Then, they prevent the world’s stock markets from closing. They jam the gears. The markets can’t close. The rich countries…” And Strong makes a slight motion with his fingers as if flicking a cigarette butt.

This was not any storyteller talking. He sat at the fulcrum of power. He was in a position to actually do what he described. Unfortunately their fantasy is becoming our reality.

In this report we’ve looked at two objectives of the Communists — the destruction of capitalism to be replaced with communism, and the subjugation of the world to an all-powerful one world government. In coming episodes of our series, we will look at other goals, other strategies and what they stand to gain from their power.