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Mikhail Gorbachev

Mikhail Gorbachev

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Published by K R Bolton
Ex-soviet leader Gorbachev recently celebrated his birthday with the razz-ma-tazz of a Hollywood celebrity, and indeed had Hollywood luminaries among his guests. He was lauded as the man who destroyed the Soviet bloc. This essay examines how the USSR was wrecked from within and from without, and the role played by Gorby in the process. Also examined is Gorby's present role as an advocate of a 'new world order' with his own network of globalist NGOs.
Ex-soviet leader Gorbachev recently celebrated his birthday with the razz-ma-tazz of a Hollywood celebrity, and indeed had Hollywood luminaries among his guests. He was lauded as the man who destroyed the Soviet bloc. This essay examines how the USSR was wrecked from within and from without, and the role played by Gorby in the process. Also examined is Gorby's present role as an advocate of a 'new world order' with his own network of globalist NGOs.

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Mikhail Gorbachev: Globalist Super-Star
Dr. K R Bolton
“…he is a good-for-nothing-man [who] simply betrayed his people…”
When the news media touts an individual as a great human being, one shouldimmediately become cynical. When Hollywood touts an individual as a great human being, one should immediately become cynical. When the news media andHollywood, in conjunction with a bunch of other luminaries, celebrates the birthdayof such an individual with universal applause, one might ask what manner of evil thisindividual has done. While the reference could apply to Nelson Mandela, who islauded as a latter-day-saint (with due apologies to the Mormon church) for the uniqueachievement of delivering South Africa to predatory international capital[1] while notdelivering an iota of benefit to the Black masses, despite the miracles that aresupposed to invariably attend universal franchise and equal rights, the bouquets are onthis occasion going to Mikhail Gorbachev.Gorbachev earned his sainthood for his role in dismantling the USSR, and precipitating the fall of the Warsaw Pact. For this, people of goodwill throughout theworld are supposed to be eternally grateful, as this ended the “Cold War” andachieved “peace,” so long as one has a very skewered definition of the word. Whileconservatives quoted Lenin that “peace simply means communist world rule,” todaywe might paraphrase, “peace simply means capitalist world rule,” or alternatively,“US global hegemony.” We have “peace” only insofar as there is no longer a specter of nuclear holocaust poised over the world. Harmony between nations, tribes,ethnicities, cultures, and religions remains elusive, however, and this in no smallmeasure because those who hurrahed the demise of the Soviet bloc have ever since been even more avid in promoting their globalist agendas by promoting wars, civilwars, and “spontaneous revolts” because they no longer have the restraining factor of the Soviet bloc. With the Soviet bloc gone the Yankee is now astride the Earth like ahalf-witted adolescent, devoid of tradition and High Culture;[2] a child cut free andtold to do as it likes; a spoilt brat with weapons of mass destruction.So against this background, we come back to Gorbachev.
Eightieth Birthday Celebration
ABC News described the nature of the “gala celebration,” hosted by actors SharonStone and Kevin Spacey, aptly stating that the “movie stars, singers and politicians”who turned out for the show, “underlined the celebrity status Mr. Gorbachev enjoys inthe West, where he is widely perceived as the man who freed Eastern Europe fromSoviet rule and ended the Cold War.”[3]Spacey opined that Gorbachev’s actions in helping to dismantle the Soviet bloccontinue to reverberate, the latest manifestation being the “velvet revolutions” in the1
 
 Near and Middle East. The analogy is apt, considering that the revolts that helpedtopple the Soviet regimes were encouraged, funded, and otherwise assisted by thesame NGOs – with US Governmental backing – that are behind the present tumult inthe Muslim states.[4]The Reuters report states that the Russian view of Gorbachev is ambivalent. Quoted isa middle-aged Moscow lawyer who states: “To me he is a good-for-nothing-man[who] simply betrayed his people, he destroyed the mechanism of the state and soldhis country for nothing.”[5]President Medvedev, on the other hand, awarded Gorbachev Russia’s highest honors,yet enigmatically stated that the “big work” Gorbachev did, “can be assessed indifferent ways.” What might one think of this “compliment” other than thatMedvedev, while feeling obliged to pay tribute to someone so esteemed by the “richand famous,” has to live with the quagmire that he inherited from Gorbachev.
From Communist Functionary to Global Elitist
The gala celebration at the Royal Albert Hall, London, for “Gorby’s” eightieth wasaccurately labeled “The Man who Changed the World.” For his part, Gorbachevhonored as “a man who changed the world” the “founder of the internet,” Sir TimBerners-Lee. Others honored by Gorbachev with the annual “Gorbachev Awards”were CNN founder Ted Turner[6] and Kenyan engineer Evans Wadonongo. LechWalesa, father of post-Soviet Poland, was also present.[7]
Y-Net News
, one of the large Israeli media outlets, stated of the Gorbachev festivitiesthat among the attendees were Israeli President Shimon Peres, and unnamed“oligarchs.” The Israeli account is more informative than other news outlets. Pereswas a featured guest of the event, and presented the Kenyan engineer Wadonongowith his award.
Y-Net News
reporting on Peres’ speech states:In his speech, the Israeli president said Gorbachev fought to regain what hiscountry had lost to communism, adding that the former Soviet leader changedhistory.Peres also called Gorbachev a good friend to the Jewish people, saying manySoviet Jews were permitted to make
aliyah
under his rule.[8]It is evident from Peres’ statements that Gorbachev realigned the USSR in its officialattitude towards Israel and Zionism, a factor in itself meriting his elevation tocelebrity status among some influential quarters. Russia, more than any other state,[9]has historically given Jews a lot of worry. The Menshevik and subsequent Bolshevik revolts were greeted by some sections of Jewry – high and low – with messianicfervor, but their hopes, along with those of international capital (Jewish and Gentile),[10] were soon dashed by the rise of Stalin and the exiling of Trotsky, et al. Especiallyafter World War II and the creation of the Israeli State, the USSR viewed Zionism notonly with suspicion, but as a primary world enemy. Soviet academe gave muchattention to the international ramifications of Zionism. Just how well informed theSoviets were is indicated by the official publication of well-informed books such as
Caution: Zionism!
By Yuri Ivanov,[11] indicating that the upper echelons of the2
 
Soviet bloc knew precisely what the Zionists were up to. The Israeli media accountcontinues:Leonid Shlachover, the event’s general producer, said “this gala has beenorganized to honor Mikhail Gorbachev, a man who truly changed the worldfor the better through his actions and example. “This event will celebrate hisachievements by bringing together major artists from East and West in a nightof celebration.”[12]Klaimant comments that,Gorbachev’s
 perestroika
and
 glasnost 
reforms altered the course of history by burying the Soviet Union and liberating eastern Europe.He turned 80 on March 2, marking the occasion by advising Russian PrimeMinister Vladimir Putin against running for a third term as president andwarning about the dangers of Arab-style social revolt.[13]
Gorbachev’s Ultimatum
 Note the ominous warning from Gorbachev against Putin, the globalists’ bugbear: donot run for the presidency again or you will face a “velvet revolution.” In context, itcould be seen as an ultimatum by the globalists. Since Yeltsin, matters have not goneat all as the globalist elite intended: Putin has been like the Bonaparte of the post-Soviet era, just as Trotsky accused Stalin of being the Bonaparte of the Bolshevik Revolution.[14] Putin halted the slide of Russia into globalization and has fought anongoing battle with the oligarchs, whom those such as the National Endowment for Democracy portray as persecuted dissidents.The globalists just cannot trust the Russians to keep to the script. Hence, the globalistthink tank, the Council on Foreign Relations,[15] opines that “Russia is heading in thewrong direction.”[16] One of the CFR recommendations is to directly interfere withthe Russian political process, urging US Congress to fund opposition movements byincreased funding for the
 Freedom Support Act 
, in this instance referring specificallyto the 2007-2008 presidential elections.[17] Authors of the CFR report include Mark F Brzezinski, who served on the National Security Council as an adviser on Russianand Eurasian affairs under Clinton, as his father Zbigniew served in the Carter Administration; Antonia W Bouis, founding executive director of the SorosFoundations; and James A Harmon, senior advisor to the Rothschild Group, et al.The US “Establishment” has boasted of its subversive role in out-bolshying the bolshies. The US globalists had been working away subverting the Soviet bloc sincethe aftermath of World War II, when Stalin repudiated the wartime alliance andrejected US proposals for both the United Nations Organization and for the“internationalization” of atomic energy, which was seen by the Soviets to be a ruse for subordinating the USSR to the USA.[18] The result was the “Cold War.”[19] For several decades the USA launched an intensive subversive campaign that has beencalled the “cultural cold war,” via the CIA front, Congress for Cultural Freedom.[20]This, significantly, emerged from out of the pre-war Committee for Cultural Freedomfounded by Professor Sydney Hook, “life-long Menshevik” (and recipient of the3

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