Friday, August 20, 2010

KGB defector Yuri Bezmenov explains the Communist strategy for subversion of Western Society


Bezmenov: "Ideological a slow change the perception of reality of every American to such an extent that despite the abundance of information, no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interests of defending themselves, their families, their community, and their country. It's a great brainwashing process which goes very slow and is divided into four basic stages."

4 stages of Ideological Subversion
1. Demoralization
2. Destabalization
3. Crisis
4. Normalization
Bezmenov: "The demoralization process in the United States is basically completed already. ...

As I mentioned before, exposure to true information does not matter anymore. A person who is demoralized is unable to access true information. The facts tell nothing to him. Even if I shower him with information, with authentic proof, with documents, with pictures. Even if I take him by force to the Soviet Union, and show him concentration camps, he will refuse to believe it...when the military boot crashes, then he will understand, but not before that. That is the tragedy of the situation."

More detailed lecture:

Yuri Bezmenov, a.k.a. Tomas Schuman, soviet KGB defector, explains in detail his scheme for the KGB process of subversion and takeover of target societies at a lecture in Los Angeles, 1983.

Yuri Alexandrovitch Bezmenov is a former KGB propagandist who was assigned to New Dehli, India, defected to the West in 1970, and was interviewed by Edward Griffin in 1985. Bezmenov explains his background, some of his training, and exactly how Soviet propaganda is spread in other countries in order to subvert their teachers, politicians, and other policy makers to a mindset receptive to the Soviet ideology.

He also explains in detail the goal of Soviet propaganda as total subversion of another country and the 4 step formula for achieving this goal. He recalls the details of how he escaped India, defected to the West, and settled in Montreal as an announcer for the CBC.

Part III - 2/7, 3/7, 4/7, 5/7, 6/7, 7/7

Part I - 1/2, 2/2

Part IIb - 1/2, 2/2

Part IV - 1/2, 2/2

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