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February 2011

February 2011 Newswatch Magazine 1. The traditional goal of communism [founded by the Illuminati], the conquest of the entire world, is not only reaffirmed but is held far more strongly and hopefully than in the past. It is “unthinkable” that the Communists will abandon their goal of world domination regardless of the price they have to pay. They are willing to pay ANY price to attain their objective. 2. The Communists probably are honestly convinced that they are invincible. a. because of the alleged predetermination of history, b. because of their combined military-political strength, c. because of their anticipated military superiorithy, and d.because of the anticipated demoralization of the free world.

Communist strategy has become more sophisticated than it was under Stalin. The Communists believe that the final decision in the world struggle, and specifically the victory of world communism, will be attained in the present era of history. 5. Armed struggle is inevitable. Such specific forms of armed struggle as liberation wars, uprisings, and ‘pressure from below’ also are inevitable. A global thermonuclear war is NOT entirely inevitable. If the free world, and especially the strongest democratic countries like the United States capitulate, then such a war may be avoided. However, while preferable, such a development is unlikely. (Editor’s note: WHY would it be preferable to give in to Communism and become slaves?) The Communist parties in the free world and their sympathizers must do everything in their power to facilitate nuclear blackmail by the [former] Soviet Union and to prevent military resistance by the free world. 8. The [former] Soviet Union and the [former] Soviet bloc must not leave any stone unturned to increase their military power in order to fight the probable (albeit not inevitable) world war and to win a global thermonuclear conflict. 9. For the time being such conflict must be avoided. The turning point in history will come when the [former] Soviet Union overtakes the United States, … The great turning point in history will come when the [former] Soviet Union, irrespective of per-capita production in industrial goods, achieves technologically superior armaments and attains a military force

which, qualitatively and quantitatively, will be superior to the military forces of the United States. If necessary, this force will be employed in the second phase of the current era. 10. In the first phase, the armed struggle will mostly take form of liberation wars and uprisings, plus deterrence by nuclear blackmail, on the part of the [former] Soviets, of any military initiatives undertaken by the free world. 11. Also in the first phase the struggle must be intensified on the “active fronts in the underdeveloped areas.” In particular, it must be pushed in Latin America. In this phase, strong efforts will be made to improve the effectiveness of uprisings. Henceforth uprisings will be planned as major military undertakings. The insurrectionists will be properly trained and be armed with strategic support and power by [former] Soviet nuclear long-range forces under a coordinated strategy. International crises, such as threats of war and war alerts, may be exploited to launch insurrections. The achievement of a military, political amd psychological paralysis of the free world is a paramount objective of [former] Soviet strategy. This objective can be attained by such means as peace propaganda, Pavlovian conditioning (mind control), infiltration, threats and diplomatic negotiations. Propaganda on disarmament, specifically nuclear disarmament and disarmament negotiations, are an integral part of the (former) Soviet strategy aimed at paralyzing the free world and strengthening the power of Communism.

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