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CURRENT COMMUNIST GOALS , I

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The forty-five "CURRENT COMMUNIST GOALS" listed below were taken from '
t ,h e "NAKED COMMUNIST" by W. Cleon Skousen, who began hi's extensive study
of communism during his sixteen year term of service with the :Federal
~ureau of Investigation. Mr. Skousen is now field director of,the Ameri-
can Security Council. .! :

1. U.. S. a.cceptance of coe:t~tence IU the onlv alterna.till. 26. Break down cultural .ta.ndGrtU 01 mo.r4litv 61/ pro-
to atomic war. motino pornograph1/ and ob.cenity in' booka, maga.- I

, 2. U. S. :willingnelJlJ to capitulate in preference to en- zine8, motion picturelJ, radio a~ TV.


I oaoing in atomic war~ 26. Pre3ent homo-8ezuality, degeneracy a7ld promiscuitv
8. DevelOp the illmion tluLt total diIJarmament bV the a..t "normal, naturo.l, h-ealthy."
United StateB would be a demonlJtration ot moral 27. Infiltrate the churchetl and replace re~ealed ~elioion
8trength. with "80cial" religion. DilJcredit tlu Bible and ~mpha.- V
4; Permit free trade between all nationIJ regardle88 of aize the need for intellectual ma.turit1/ 'lphich cloe8 not
CommunilJt affiliation and regardleB8 0/ whether or nefid a "religioua crutch."
. not itmna could. be me~ lor war. 28. Eli1ninate pra1ler or anv pha..te 0/ relioiou. e~pre.rion V
&. Ezte.,t."ion of long-term loanIJ to RUlJsia and Soviet in the 8chool.8 on the ground tluLt it viotate8 tJie prin-
Satelltte8. cipJe 0/ "aepo.ro.tion 0/ cherch and 8tat~." I

6. Provide American aid to all nationIJ regardle88 of Com- 29. DilJcredit the American Conatitution by calling it in- /
muni8t domination. adequate, old-fashioned, out 0/ .tap with mo~ v
7. Grant recoonition of Red China. AdmiIJlJion of Red needtl, a hindrance to cooperation between naticnu
China to the UN . . on a world-wide ba.tli8.
8. Set up ElUt and West Germany IU 8eparate 8tates in 80. D~credit the American foundina. father. Preaent V
8pite of Khrtuhchev's promilJe in 1955 to settle the the~ a..t .elfi8h arilJtocrat. WM luuf noconcern lor
Germany question by free electionIJ under super- tM "common man." .
lIi8ion 01 the UN. ' 81. Belittle aU forma of American culture and di8couro.ge
9. Prolong the conlerencetl to ban atomic testtl became the teq.chinO 0/ Americo.n hi8tOf'1/ on the gr01,&nd that
the U.S. hlU agreed to 8uspend testtl as long IltI nego- it 10M only a minor part 0/ "the big picture." Gitle
tiationIJ are in progress. more emphatIiIJ to RmMn hi8tOf'1/ aince th~ Com-
10. Allow all Soviet 8atelliteB individual representation in muni8ts took over. .
tlu UN. 82. Support o.nll 80cialilJt movement to oive centralized
11. Promote the UN IltI the only hope for mankind. If it. coptrol over any part of the culture-education, ao-
charter i8 r.swritten, demand tluLt it be aet up a..t CI cial agenciea, welfare programs, mental health clinic8,
onC"'WOT:..:L gO"uernmen t with its uwn independent etc;.
artned force8, (Some CommuniIJt leader8 believe tlu 83. Eliminate aU la.W8 or proceduru which interfere with
world can be taken over a..t eaaily by the UN a..t bV the operation 0/ the Communi8t apparo.tm.
M 08COW. Sometime8 these two center8 compete with 84. Eliminate the BOUIJe Committee on Un-American
each other IltI they are noW doino in tlu Conoo.) Activities.
12. Remt any attempt to outlaw the Communi8t Part1/. 86. DilJcredit and eventuaUy diMnantl4l tlu FBI.
Do awa1/ with aU loyalty oathll. 86. In/iltrate and go.in control of more unions.
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87. Infiltrate and gain control 0/ big btuine8a.
14. Continue giving RmM aCCe8t1 to the U.s. Patent Of-
88. Tro.nIJ/er 80me of the power. of Clrrut from the police
fice.
to 8.ocial o.gencie8. Treat o.U be1ta.vioral problems ci.
16. Capture ,one or both 0/ the political po.rtiea in tlu
United State8. P811chiatric diIJorder8 which no one but p8'11chiatritt.
Co.n understand or treo.t.
V 16. U8e technical deci8iOnIJ of the courtlf to weaken baaic
39. Dominate the psychiatric profe88ion o.nd use mental
A merico.n inlJtitutiOnlJ by cla.iming their activitiu
viola.te civil right8. 1r.eo.lth la.wa IltI a meanIJ 01 oo.ining coercive contro.
V 17. Get control 0/ tM 8chool.8. U8e them a..t tran8murion over th08e who oppotle Commun~t goal.8.
beltlf for aociali8m and current Communi8t propa.- 40. DilJC'Fedit the' famil'll a..t o.n imtitution. EncouraO'
ganda. Soften the curriculum. Get control of teac/s.. promi8cuit1/ and elltl1/ divorce.
er8' a..t80ciaticm.a. Put the po.rt1/ line in te:dbooka. 41. Emph(J.8ize the need to raue children 0.100.'11 from th.
vi 18. Gain controt of o.U atudent nfl108po.pera. nego.tive influence of po.Tenta. Attribute prejudice"
19. Uae tltudent riota to foment public proted. agBimt mental blocka and retarding of children to .uppre8rive
programs or orgo.nizo.tion. whieh o.re under Com- influence 01 parent.. ;\ ..~ \
muniat attack. 42. Create the impretlaion that 1IiolencIJ and inIJurrection
i/ ZOo Infiltro.te the pre88. Get control 01 bookeview a..t- are leoiti~te f1r&pecta of tM American tradition; that
aignmenta, erlitrtria.l writing, poliC1J-makina 'f)oaitiOnlJ. . ~. .
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:OMMUNIST "B'LU'EPRINT FOR WORLD CONQUEST"


ON A DARK NIGHT iN MAY, 1919, TWO LORRIES RUMBLED ACROSS A BRIDGE
AND ON INTO THE TOWN OF DUSSELDORF. AMONG THE DOZEN ROWDY, SINGING
"TOMMIES" APPARENTLY HEADED FOR A GAY EVENING WERE rrWO REPRESENTATIVES
OF THE ALLIED MILITARY INTELLIGENCE. THESE MEN HAD TRACED A WAVE OF
INDISCIPLINE, MUTINY, AND MURDER AMONG THE TROOPS TO THE LOCAL HEAD-
QUARTERS OF A REVOLUTIONARY ORGANIZATION ESTABLISHED IN THE TOWN.
PRETENDING TO BE DRUNK, THEY BRUSHED BY THE SENTRIES AND ARRESTED THE
RINGLEADERS - A GROU~ OF THIRTEEN MEN AND WOMEN SEATED AT A LONG TABLE.
IN THE COURSE OF THE RAID THE ALLIED OFFICERS EMPTIED THE CONTENTS OF
THE SAFE. ONE OF THE DOCUMENTS FOUND IN IT CONTAINED A SPECIFIC OUTLINE
OF "RULES FOR , BRINGING ABOUT A REVOLUTION."IT IS "RtPRfNTEti HERE TO SHOW
THE STRATEGY OF MATERIALISTIC REVOLUTION, AND HOW PERSONAL ATTITUDES AND
HABITS OF LIVING AFFECT THE AFFAIRS OF A NATION.

COMMUNIST "BLUEPRINT FOR WORLD CONQUEST-


COMMUNIST RULES FOR REVOLUTION
(Captured in Dusseldorf May, 1919 by the Allied Forces*)

"A. Corrupt the young, get them away from religion. Get them interested
in sex. Make them superficial, de~ troy their ruggedness.
B. Get control of all means of publicity and thereby:

1. Get people's minds off their government by focusing their ,atten-


tion o~ athletics, sexy books and plays and other trivialities.
2. Divide the people into hostile groups by constantly harping on
controversial matters of no importance.
3.' Destroy the people's faith in their natural leaders by holding
the latter up to contempt, ridicule and obloquy.
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4~ Always preach true democracy, but seize power as fast and as


ruthlessly as possible.
5. By encouraging government extravagance, destroy its credit, pro-
duce fear of inflation with r~~ing prices and general discontent.

6. Foment unnecessary strikes in vital industries, encourage civil


disorders and foster a lenient and soft at~itude on the part of
government toward such disorders.
7. By specious argument cause the breakdown of the old moral virtues;
honesty, sobriety, continence, faith in the pledged word, ruggedness.

C. Cause the registration of all firearms on some pretext, with a view to


confiscating them and leaving the population helpless.

*NOTE: "The above "Rules For Revolution" were secured bv -the - State