What is the objective of the conspiracy? I think it is clear from what has occurred and is now occurring: to diminish the United States in world affairs, to weaken us militarily, to confuse our spirit with talk of surrender…. To what end? To the end that we shall … finally fall victim to Soviet intrigue from within and Russian military might from without. Is that far-fetched? There have been many examples in history of rich and powerful states which have been corrupted from within, enfeebled and deceived until they were unable to resist aggression.Joseph McCarthy
When we read Senator McCarthy’s words, we wince a little. We have been conditioned to disbelieve in a Communist conspiracy. And here we are, in the grip of that same conspiracy, ashamed to say what it is, ashamed to say that our domestic and our foreign enemies are implicated in that conspiracy.
A famous broadcaster, who briefly took over for Art Bell more than two decades ago, told me the following story. He had begun talking about Communism on the show when a media executive called to warn him. “Stop talking about Communism.” The broadcaster had high ratings and did not take the warning seriously. Eventually he got another call from the executive. “You had a great career in broadcasting, but now it’s over.”
The Communist Movement is not imaginary or fictitious. It is a real movement with real power. Communists have infiltrated our media, our business community, our churches, our schools, our scientific establishment, and our government. Communist China is inside our economy, making vitamins and medicines and nearly everything that we buy. And now we have an election rife with irregularities in which the pro-Chinese candidate, Joe Biden, is declared to be the president-elect.
Professor Di Dongsheng, Vice Dean of the School of International Relations at Renmin University of China, recently gave a talk in which he explained how Communist China operates. “The Trump administration is in a trade war with us,” he noted. “So why can’t we fix the Trump administration?” Professor Di explained that China had no problems fixing its relationship with America from 1992 to 2016. With a wry smile he said, “I’m going to throw out something maybe a little explosive here. It’s just because we have people at the top. At the top of America’s core inner circle of power and influence.” The Chinese audience broke out in laughter.
“We have our old friends,” said Professor Di, who told his audience a “little story.” He noted that a million people were watching the broadcast, so he dared not say everything. “Let us put it this way,” he continued, “in 2015, before the last visit of General Secretary Xi to the United States … all our systems in the United States needed to work….” They needed someone to soften up the Americans for President Xi. “Who should do it?” asked Di. “They said to me, ‘Di Dongsheng, you have a way with foreigners and are better at fooling them, right?’ Because they had seen how I fooled foreigners, and they thought it was very good….” Assigned to promote President Xi’s new book, Professor Di went to a posh bookstore in Washington, D.C., but the owner would not cooperate. He had been a journalist in the Far East. “He was very unhappy with our party [the Communist Party], so he purposely chose not to cooperate.” Professor Di turned the problem over the Communist Party leaders. “Let the leadership solve it.” In a flash the problem was solved. The solution came through an elderly Jewish lady who spoke fluent Mandarin “with a Beijing dialect.” She had lived in China for thirty years. Di understood who she was immediately. She was “an old friend of us Chinese people.” The Professor was curious how she got the hostile bookstore owner to cooperate. The old lady said, “I reasoned with him.” The audience laughed. Then the professor asked, “Do you know where that sentence comes from? It’s a classic line in the famous American mafia movie The Godfather.”
“Of course,” said Professor Di, “the old lady was not in the Mafia, but who was she? Why did she live in China for thirty years? Why can she speak fluent Beijing dialect?” She was, according to Di, “the president of the Asia region of a top-level financial institution. Of course,” the professor explained, “it would be politically incorrect for me to go on. Do you understand what I mean? If you do, put your hands together.” Applause burst from the whole audience. Di continued: “So we had a channel to rely on. But the problem is that after 2008, the status of Wall Street declined; and more importantly, after 2016, Wall Street can’t fix Trump. Why? It’s very awkward. Trump had a previous soft default issue with Wall Street, so there was conflict between them, but I won’t go into details….”
According to Professor Di, Wall Street tried to help China in the trade war, “but they couldn’t do much,” he added. “But now we’re seeing Biden was elected.” The audience burst out laughing again. Professor Di continued, “The traditional elite, the political elite, the establishment are very close to Wall Street, so you see that, right? Trump has been saying that Biden’s son has some sort of global foundation. Have you noticed that? Who helped him build the foundation?” The audience then burst out into applause mixed with laughter.
Professor Di continued: “….to put it bluntly, for the past thirty years, forty years, we have been utilizing the core power of the United States. As I said before, since the 1970s, Wall Street had a very strong influence on the domestic and foreign affairs of the United States.” He then explained the Communist strategy. “The purpose of your opening up the financial markets is to hold tight on the big thigh of America….”
Professor Di then threw a curve ball at his audience. He said that American sanctions and decoupling from America is no longer a bad thing. After all, China is industrialized. China makes everything, America makes nothing. What Professor Di will not publicly say, what the Communists in Beijing know, is that America is riddled with Communists and old friends of China. It is not simply a question of Wall Street.
How did the situation become so serious? A golden opportunity opened up for China in 1992. It was the first year after the Soviet “collapse.” According to Professor Di, that is when America invested heavily in China. Money and technology began flowing to Beijing. That was the year, as well, when Bill Clinton was elected President.
There is no doubt, of course, that the U.S. was penetrated at the highest levels long before Bill Clinton came to power. With the Clinton administration, however, the penetrations became game-changing. Fundamental personnel changes in our security services and military began to occur. Major disarmament measures took effect. These accelerated after 2008, under President Obama.
The history of Communist subversion is no fantasy. It is an old story. Robert Morris, a lawyer who served as special counsel for the U.S. Senate in the 1940s and 50s, wrote a memoir titled No Wonder We Are Losing, originally published in 1958. Prior to working for the Senate, Morris had been involved in early investigations of Communist infiltration of the public schools in New York and New Jersey. After the war, the Senate investigated eighty “distressing” cases of subversion in American higher education. Morris catalogued the schools that were being infiltrated: “Harvard, Colombia, Williams, Rutgers, Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, New York University, Vermont, Queens, Hunter, Brooklyn and the City College of New York.”
These universities were gradually becoming hubs for subversive Communist activity. What could be done about it? The Senate gathered stacks of evidence, yet the Justice Department and the universities would not act. As Morris stated, “I have watched the papers in vain for any news of these universities dismissing … Communists from their staffs.” But then something happened. “The hearings on Interlocking Subversion … struck a more responsive chord,” noted Morris. The Senate Committee “began to call in witnesses whom the evidence showed to have been … directors, as it were, of the Communist underground.” (P. 165)
Elizabeth Bentley, “an official of the United States Service and Shipping [company], Inc. New York City, came into the New York Office of the Bureau [FBI] and stated that for the past eleven years she had been actively engaged in Communist activity and Soviet espionage.” Bentley worked as a courier for Jacob Golos, the head of World Tourists, Inc., which was being used as a Soviet front. She carried messages between Golos and Earl Browder, head of the American Communist Party. Bentley said the espionage groups she worked with consisted of employees of the U.S. Government “stationed in Washington, D.C.” The head of the most important spy ring was N. Gregory Silvermaster, “at one time an employee of the Department of Labor” who transferred to the Treasury Department. “Another member of this group,” said Bentley, “is William L. Ullman, a major in the United States Army Air Forces stationed at the Pentagon….” There was also “George Silvermaster, a civilian employee of the War Department; Harry Dexter White, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in charge of monetary research and foreign funds control….” There was also “Lauchlin Currie, administrative assistant to the President; and other lesser figures.”
There was also another espionage group operating in Washington, D.C., headed by Victor Perlo of the War Production Board. This group included “John Abt, general counsel for the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, CIO, in New York City. The individuals in this group include Charles Kramer, an investigator for Senator Kilgore’s committee in the United States Senate; Henry Magdoff, of the War Production Board; Edward Fitzgerald, formerly of the Treasury Department and then with the War Production Board; Donald Wheeler, of the Office of Strategic Services [forerunner of the CIA]; Mary Price, formerly employed by Walter Lippmann in Washington, D.C. and now working for the United Office and Professional Workers of America, CIO, in New York City; Maj. Duncan Lee, of William Donovan’s law firm in New York City who is also in the Office of Strategic Services.”
Bentley knew these people were Communists because she had worked directly with them. In addition, she had been told that Alger Hiss “had taken Harold Glasser, of the Treasury Department, and two or three others” to form an espionage group. Bentley’s allegations about Hiss were supported by the testimony of another famous witness, Whittaker Chambers, who was further supported by Soviet defector Igor Gouzenko, who claimed that “an assistant to the Secretary of State” was a Soviet agent.
A further list of Communist conspirators included Robert Talbot Miller, III, of the State Department; “Maurice Halperin of the Office of Strategic Services; Julius J. Joseph, of the Office of Strategic Services; Helen Tenney, of the Office of Strategic Services; Willard Park, of the Office of the Coordinator of Inter-America affairs; Michael Greenberg, of the Foreign Economic Administration; William Remington, formerly of the War Production Board and subsequently inducted into the Navy; Bernard Redmont, also with the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs.”
There is no need to list all 80 of the names Bentley provided. The picture is quite clear. There were significant penetrations of the U.S. Government in the 1940s and 50s. This leads us to a related question: How much worse are the penetrations of today? Americans were more patriot, conscientious, honest and hard-working in the 1940s and 50s. Yet the country’s government was penetrated by Communist traitors. Does anyone think we are free from penetration now? From all outward appearances, election fraud is tied to Communist subversion. It is part of an ongoing Communist takedown of America. And that is why Professor Di Dongsheng suggests America is no longer important for China. America does not really exist, according to the professor. And that is why Di’s audience laughed when Joe Biden’s “election” was mentioned.
We are living through a Communist power-grab. This power grab has all the elements of Czechoslovakia, 1948, combined with the fall of Venezuela and the takeover of South Africa by the Communist-dominated ANC. This power-grab relies on tactics used in all three takeovers: 1) Communist street violence, 2) fraudulent elections and 3) racial tension. One hears the term “color revolution.” The color of this revolution is red – the color of “The Squad,” the color of Barack Obama’s radical friends, of Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden’s Chinese “supporters.” These politicians are all red shills – pretending to be liberals or even moderates. They must be judged by their actions, by the positions they have taken and the lies they have told.
Think about it: The Communists could never come to power in this country marching under a Communist flag. The trick was, on Christmas Day 1991, to take the Communist flag down from the Kremlin. That is what kicked things off. After that happened a new kind of “conservative” appeared – of a different stripe: friendly to Russia and/or China, naïvely believing that America’s universities were “the last refuge of the Marxists.”
The new post-Cold War conservative was, as Newt Gingrich explained in 1995, a “cheap hawk.” And that is how our defense build-down began. We pulled apart our nuclear weapon industry. We stopped making warheads. Our hawks, no longer vigilant, joined the ranks of the economic optimists. At first, it was all about the “peace dividend.” Then came 9/11 and our “diversionary wars” in Iraq and Afghanistan, Libya and Syria.
The Communists were clever. They disguised themselves as liberals. They pretended to like capitalism. They pretended to help us after 9/11. They denied the value of socialism. They admitted the crimes of Communism, though almost no one was punished for those crimes. We should recall an old proverb: A tiger does not change its stripes. Why, after all, would Communism disappear of its own accord and admit defeat? The whole thing was too convenient by half, yet we were ready to believe it.
After 1991 we lived through a time of unprecedented obliviousness and asininity, in which America was thought to be the “lone superpower.” For three decades smart people talked like idiots. Our leading “statesmen” proved themselves incompetent. Meanwhile, experts prattled on about the threat of climate change and the importance of letting children choose their gender. The mainstream media was clueless as it served up enemy disinformation time and time again. Our intellectuals mindlessly toadied to cultural Marxism. And now Russia and China have surpassed us militarily. Do you want to say all this was an accident? No. It was strategy – a thing our people know nothing about.
To paraphrase a line from Senator Joseph McCarthy, the silence of the American establishment regarding the Communist conspiracy to rule the world has been deafening throughout. From 1991 to the present, we have seen nearly three decades of self-deception, self-congratulations and self-sabotage. How many years did we go without one official word about the communist threat? Did we really believe that Communism was gone?
Then came Donald Trump who occasionally used the “c” word; and Communism’s fellow travelers went nuts. They called Donald Trump every dirty name in the book. They accused him of being a Russian spy. They said he was senile, crazy, racist, homophobic – an enemy of planet Earth! As a matter of form, they impeached him on fake charges, with barrage after barrage of fake news, lies, distortions, and more lies. They mocked his common sense. They called the people who voted for him “deplorables.”
Bend the knee, they said to us last summer. We will win the election no matter what the vote count, they added in the fall. Anyone who talks about voter fraud will be banned, will be kicked out, ostracized, de-platformed, neutered, prosecuted, assaulted – disenfranchised! Threaten everyone. Silence everyone. It is how Communists behave when victory is in reach. They rely on threats, like Professor Di described. One might say the Communists are “reasoning with us.” Consider, if you will, Russia and China’s new generation nuclear weapons and missiles. Is that enough “reason” for you?
If America buys into this fraud, the country will have buyer’s regret. The cost of acting too late, in this crisis, will be terrible. Perhaps a tardy response will lead to civil war, world war, or both. We can no longer afford to hesitate. We cannot allow the Chinese Communist Party to infiltrate our economy. We cannot allow our nuclear deterrent to rot away from neglect. President Trump has showed us the way. We cannot allow the election to be stolen by traitors.
It is also time to stop saying that we won the Cold War. As of this moment, the Communists control the mineral storehouse of Africa. They have the masses of China. They have the military technology of Russia. They have Cuba, Nicaragua and the oil fields of Venezuela. Their Iranian allies can disrupt the flow of oil from the Middle East. They threaten India and Australia, Japan and South Korea. The free world is on the brink of an abyss.
Even worse than the external threat which grows from day to day, we cannot even manage honest elections here at home. Our mainstream media is disloyal. Many of our professional ball players will not stand for the National Anthem. Communist-led mobs burned buildings and looted stores last summer. They even killed people who are loyal to the country, threatened and intimidated whole communities, pulled down statues of George Washington, Jefferson and Grant. They led a campaign to defund the police in Los Angeles, Minneapolis, and Seattle (among other places). And they are just getting started.
Are we going to fight the Communists before it’s too late? As a country we have been played for fools. It is time to wake up. We need to decouple from China. We need to investigate Communist subversion. We need answers and we need action.
Links and Notes
Prof. Di Dongsheng: “At present, the U.S. has a very much divided society, part of which is the circle of elites. We call them the Establishments, people with power and influence. It’s worth mentioning one particular group of the elites, called [the] ‘Deep State.’ Who are these people? Of course, there are slightly different understandings regarding those people. My understanding is that these people are mid and senior leaders from U.S. military, intelligence community, the State Department, Department of Treasurey, Department of Commerce, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and the U.S. Judicial System. So these people mostly hold competitive service or excepted service positions. They are not executive service figures. Within the Capital Beltway, they are the big fish hidden in the swamp, who Trump disgusts the most.
“In the U.S., the political figures are elected, and they come and go. However, the group that I just mentioned are the people who remain in the power circle. I have dealt with those people. In the past 70 years, since World War II, they are the ones who have been ruling the U.S., running the entirety of capitalism in the U.S. and operating the Cold War. This small circle that actually dominates the world today. Now, how do people in this circle view Trump? In general, they despise Trump because they think they are the real masters of U.S. capitalism. They consider Trump an outsider. That’s why at the end of 2016, when U.S. democracy actually became real, it caught them completely off guard. They could not believe that someone like Trump could be elected and become their boss. Can you imagine the feelings of people from this group? It must feel like the world was falling apart, or feel like the sky is falling. That’s why, in the past two years those who have been persistently resisting and confronting Trump are actually from this circle. They took their advantages in their professions, resources and information. And they have been fooling and playing tricks on Trump.”