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On Perestroika Deception, 1995 by Anatoliy Golitsyn

On Perestroika Deception, 1995 by Anatoliy Golitsyn

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The power of the KGB remains as great as ever. Talk of cosmetic changes in the KGB and its supervision is deliberately publicized to support the myth of 'democratization' of the Soviet political system

Kremlin strategists are concealing the secret coordination that exists and will continue between Moscow and some leaders of 'independent' republics.

Scratch these new, instant Soviet 'democrats,' 'anti-Communists,' and 'nationalists' who have sprouted out of nowhere, and underneath will be found secret Party members or KGB agents.

In his book Wedge: The Secret War Between the CIA and FBI (Knopf, 1994), Mark Riebling stated that of 194 predictions made in New Lies For Old, 139 had been fulfilled by 1993, 9 seemed 'clearly wrong', and the other 46 were 'not soon falsifiable'.[13]

According to Russian political scientist Yevgenia Albats, Golitsyn's book New Lies for Old claimed that "as early as 1959, the KGB was working up a perestroika-type plot to manipulate foreign public opinion on a global scale. The plan was in a way inspired by the teachings of the sixth-century B.C. Chinese theoretician and military commander Sun Tsu, who said, I will force the enemy to take our strength for weakness, and our weakness for strength, and thus will turn his strength into weakness" Albats argued that the KGB was the major beneficiary of political changes in Russia, and perhaps indeed directed Gorbachev. According to her, "one thing is certain: perestroika opened the way for the KGB to advance toward the very heart of power [in Russia]".[14]. It has been said that Mikhail Gorbachev justified his new policies as a necessary step to "hug Europe to death," and to "evict the United States from Europe." [15]

According to Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky, "In 1992 I had unprecedented access to Politburo and Central Committee secret documents which have been classified, and still are even now, for 30 years. These documents show very clearly that the whole idea of turning the European common market into a federal state was agreed between the left-wing parties of Europe and Moscow as a joint project which Gorbachev in 1988-89 called our "common European home." (interview by The Brussels Journal, February 23, 2006).

On June 8, 1995, the British Conservative Member of Parliament Christopher Gill quoted The Perestroika Deception during a House of Commons debate, saying "It stretches credulity to its absolute bounds to think that suddenly, overnight, all those who were Communists will suddenly adopt a new philosophy and belief, with the result that everything will be different. I use this opportunity to warn the House and the country that that is not the truth," and "Every time the House approves one of these collective agreements, not least treaties agreed by the collective of the European Union, it contributes to the furtherance of the Russian strategy."[16]

According to Daniel Pipes, Golitsyn's publications "had some impact on rightist thinking in the United States"[17] including political writer Jeffrey Nyquist[18] and Joel Skousen,[19] as well as the John Birch Society.[20]

Golitsyn's views are shared by leading Czech dissident and politician Petr Cibulka, who has alleged that the 1989 Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia was staged by the communist StB secret police.
The power of the KGB remains as great as ever. Talk of cosmetic changes in the KGB and its supervision is deliberately publicized to support the myth of 'democratization' of the Soviet political system

Kremlin strategists are concealing the secret coordination that exists and will continue between Moscow and some leaders of 'independent' republics.

Scratch these new, instant Soviet 'democrats,' 'anti-Communists,' and 'nationalists' who have sprouted out of nowhere, and underneath will be found secret Party members or KGB agents.

In his book Wedge: The Secret War Between the CIA and FBI (Knopf, 1994), Mark Riebling stated that of 194 predictions made in New Lies For Old, 139 had been fulfilled by 1993, 9 seemed 'clearly wrong', and the other 46 were 'not soon falsifiable'.[13]

According to Russian political scientist Yevgenia Albats, Golitsyn's book New Lies for Old claimed that "as early as 1959, the KGB was working up a perestroika-type plot to manipulate foreign public opinion on a global scale. The plan was in a way inspired by the teachings of the sixth-century B.C. Chinese theoretician and military commander Sun Tsu, who said, I will force the enemy to take our strength for weakness, and our weakness for strength, and thus will turn his strength into weakness" Albats argued that the KGB was the major beneficiary of political changes in Russia, and perhaps indeed directed Gorbachev. According to her, "one thing is certain: perestroika opened the way for the KGB to advance toward the very heart of power [in Russia]".[14]. It has been said that Mikhail Gorbachev justified his new policies as a necessary step to "hug Europe to death," and to "evict the United States from Europe." [15]

According to Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky, "In 1992 I had unprecedented access to Politburo and Central Committee secret documents which have been classified, and still are even now, for 30 years. These documents show very clearly that the whole idea of turning the European common market into a federal state was agreed between the left-wing parties of Europe and Moscow as a joint project which Gorbachev in 1988-89 called our "common European home." (interview by The Brussels Journal, February 23, 2006).

On June 8, 1995, the British Conservative Member of Parliament Christopher Gill quoted The Perestroika Deception during a House of Commons debate, saying "It stretches credulity to its absolute bounds to think that suddenly, overnight, all those who were Communists will suddenly adopt a new philosophy and belief, with the result that everything will be different. I use this opportunity to warn the House and the country that that is not the truth," and "Every time the House approves one of these collective agreements, not least treaties agreed by the collective of the European Union, it contributes to the furtherance of the Russian strategy."[16]

According to Daniel Pipes, Golitsyn's publications "had some impact on rightist thinking in the United States"[17] including political writer Jeffrey Nyquist[18] and Joel Skousen,[19] as well as the John Birch Society.[20]

Golitsyn's views are shared by leading Czech dissident and politician Petr Cibulka, who has alleged that the 1989 Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia was staged by the communist StB secret police.

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"The Perestroika Deception. The world's slide towardsthe 'Second October Revolution' ['Weltoktober']"
Author: Anatoliy Golitsyn, Famous genuine Soviet defectorPublished by: EdwardHarle Limited
Anatoliy Golitsyn follows up the predictive success of his famous work New Lies for Old byauthoritatively demonstrating that Mikhail Gorbachëv's 'Perestroika' prepared the ground forthe Leninist, or deceptive, strategic discontinuity, which materialised with the fake'disintegration' of the Soviet Union and 'collapsible Communism'.Consisting of self-originated Memoranda to the Central Intelligence Agency, which neglectedto take his advice but has since realised that he was 100% accurate,The PerestroikaDeceptionreveals that the West has allowed itself to be duped by the continuing Marxist-Leninist World Revolutionaries, who persist with Lenin's project to achieve control over theentire world, and to install their Luciferian collectivist utopia-on-Earth.This book is also essential background for new subscribers to Soviet Analyst, An IntelligenceCommentary, which focuses on continuing Soviet strategic deception operations. Tosubscribe to this intelliegence service, press Soviet Analyst, to whichThe PerestroikaDeceptionis an indispensable introduction.In May 1992, Anatoliy Golitsyn, the famous genuine Soviet defector and the Author of ‘NewLies for Old’ [1984], wrote to Mr Story as follows; ‘I have read a few recent issues of SovietAnalyst with great interest. It seems to me that you have good grasp of Soviet strategywhich probably causes them some concern. I now enclose for your perusal and not forpublication an extract from my Memorandum called ‘Predicting, Understanding andResponding to Perestroika’ which I sent to the CIA in March 1989. I do not want to alarmyou and I do not want to discourage you from the excellent courageous line you are takingin your publication. But I want to warn you on personal basis to be careful in yourcontacts…. I think of sending you through my lawyer more extracts from my memos to CIA
 
for possible publication in Soviet Analyst after this year’s US Presidential elections. Withgood wishes, Sincerely, Anatoliy Golitsyn’.The 1992 Presidential election was won by Bill Clinton, a CIA operative and intelligencecommunity ‘Box Gang’ crony of the Bush Family. Sure enough, a large parcel arrived atWorld Reports Limited’s London office in December 1992, containing more than 100 pagesof memoranda that Mr Golitsyn had submitted of his own volition (not under contract) to theCentral Intelligence Agency (many of them addressed by name to the Director of CentralIntelligence, or DCI). So what did Anatoliy Golitsyn realise about the US presidentialsuccession of 1992, or what did he suspect? Did he know that Clinton, a CIA operative, mayalso serve another master (as subsequent events allegedly implied)?The significance of all this is that a proper grasp of the Leninist mentality is an essentialprerequisite for understanding overt and covert Soviet long-range World Revolutiondeception strategy. What Golitsyn does is to teach the uncomprehending West whatLeninism means, and how it never dies. If intelligence communities had taken Mr Golitsyn’swarnings as seriously as the Editor of Soviet Analyst did, the world today would be a verydifferent place. But the Foreign Office and the US State Department ‘knew better’.And if certain multinational corporations had not been so blinded by greed and had paidattention as well – by subscribing to Soviet Analyst – they would have saved themselvesbillions and billions of dollars in some instances. It is quite obvious, even today, that the topleadership of British Petroleum has no real clue about the nature of the KGB-GRUcriminalists with which it is dealing: and the same also applies to certain US energy majors,as well – although US intelligence, being itself so extensively criminalised, is probably betterequipped to collaborate with the covert Soviet ‘oligarchs’ (specially selected KGB-GRUoperatives) into whose hands the assets of the Soviet Party-State were temporarilytransferred.In short, Soviet Analyst never accepted that there was a Soviet strategic discontinuity in1989-91. The ‘discontinuity’ was Leninist in character. This is what the Foreign Office, theState Department, and most of the key Western intelligence communities, chose not tounderstand. We are all paying the expensive price for their blindness and stupidity today.The West did NOT win the intelligence war.As a result of Anatoliy Golitsyn’s intervention, Christopher Story subsequently edited thememoranda and published them asThe Perestroika Deception, which is probably the mostimportant work on Soviet deception strategy ever written: see the Edward Harle Limitedbook sub-website for details.
From the backcover:
"Anatoliy Golitsyn's first book, 'New Lies for Old', caused a longrunning sensation when it was discovered that, unlike most Western analysts, the Authorhad accurately predicted, some years ahead of the events, the 'Break with the Past' whichtook place in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union in 1989-91. In his book 'Wedge: TheSecret War between the FBI and CIA' [Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1994], Mark Riebling, whocarried out a methodical analysis of Golitsyn's predictions in 'New Lies for Old', credited theAuthor with 'an accuracy record of nearly 94%'. This singular achievement puts all otheranalysts, including some official services, to shame; and it is precisely because of his recordof pin-point accuracy that Western Governments, policymakers and even some intelligenceservices, whose record bears little comparison with Golitysn's, have competed with oneanother over the years to find reasons why Golitsyn's perceptive explanations of Sovietstrategy should be ignored. But events as they unfold are relentlessly proving this
 
remarkable analyst of Soviet strategy to be right. 'The Perestroika Deception' explains thedevious secret intent behind the Leninist strategy which the 'former' Communists arepursuing under cover of fake 'reform' and 'progress towards democracy'. The immediatestrategic objective is 'convergence' with the West -- on
their 
terms, not ours. The ultimateobjective is Lenin's: replacement of nations states with collective regional governments asbuilding blocks of the 'New World Social Order' -- World [Communist] Government."
About the Author:
Anatoliy Golitsyn was born in the Ukraine in 1926, served as a memberof the KGB in various intelligence, counterintelligence, and counterespionage roles, until hedefected to the United States in 1961 of which he is now a citizen. Since that time he hasdiligently studied Communist and international affairs, reading both the Western andCommunist press which has lead him to submit Memoranda to the CIA outlining his analysisof Communist affairs.
Introduction:
The book includes a series of memoranda that the author sent to the CIA inrecent years. Golitsyn felt that since his "warnings" have basically gone unheeded by thegovernment that he would publish them in a book. He asked the CIA to declassify them, andthey agreed. The author cites several reasons for this consideration of presenting hismemoranda to the public. I'll quote just two:(1) "...The democracies of the United States and Western Europe are facing a dangeroussituation and are vulnerable because their governments, the Vatican, the elite, the media,the industrialists, the financiers, the trade unions and, most important, the general publicare blind to the dangers of the strategy of 'perestroika' ... The democracies could perishunless they are informed about the aggressive design of 'perestroika' against them." (pg.XIX)(2) "...I could not imagine that American policymakers, and particularly the conservatives inboth the Republican and Democratic parties, despite their long experience with Communisttreachery, would not be able to grasp the new manoeuvres of the Communist strategistsand would rush to commit the West to helping 'perestroika' which is so contrary to theirinterests."It has been sad to observe the jubilation of American and West European conservativeswho have been cheering 'perestroika' without realising that it is intended to bring abouttheir own political and physical demise. Liberal support for 'perestroika' is understandable,but conservative support came as a surprise to me." (pg. XIX)
In trying to understand the reason that Golitsyn's warnings have been overlookedby Western leaders, the editor writes:
"The first main reason for the general (but not in fact complete) rejection of the Author'sanalysis is that, as the case of Aldrich Hazen Ames has shown, the Russians won theintelligence war through their penetration of Western intelligence services--a messagewhich, naturally, these services do not wish to hear... In the course of his work with theAmerican, British and French services, the Author found that penetration had destroyedtheir ability to interpret events in the Communist world correctly." (pg. XXV)
The following items are just a sampling of what is covered in this 247 page book:
- Perestroika is the result of 30 years of preparation and strategy in the "restructuring of thewhole world." (pg. 45)- The actions of Russia in securing victories by the Leftist parties in the recent elections of the U.S., West Germany, France and Britain. The Russians feel that Conservatives might"recover" from the idea of perestroika so it would be best to have Liberals in office.- In 1989, Golitsyn suggested to the CIA that Gorbachev could possibly be replaced byeither a conservative of Ligachev's type or by a liberal of Yeltsin's type. The author furtherspeculated that Gorbachev's replacement would be a calculated move and, depending oncircumstances, may even be brought back into power at a later date.

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