posted on Mar, 27 2005 @ 06:19 PM
It is still the intention of Soviet Russia to conquer the entire world. In a speech to the Lenin School for Political Warfare in Moscow in the 1930s,
Dimitri Manuilski declared, "War to the hilt between communism and capitalism is inevitable. But today we are too weak to strike. Our day will come
in 30 - 40 years. But first we must lull the capitalist nations to sleep with the greatest overtures of peace and disarmament known throughout
history. And then, when their guard is dropped, we will smash them with our clenched fist."
Soviet Russia has unswervingly adhered to this policy since then to the present. In November 1987, Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev stated in a
speech to the Politburo: "Gentlemen, Comrades, do not be concerned about all you hear about glasnost and perestroika and democracy in the coming
years. These are primarily for outward consumption. There will be no significant internal change within the Soviet Union, other than for cosmetic
purposes. Our purpose is to disarm the Americans and to let them fall asleep."
It is their intention to conquer the United States by means of a joint Russian-Chinese military plan. In February 2002, Donald McAlvany reported:
"The plan for a joint military campaign against America, waged by Russia and China was drawn up many years ago, and was told to me in 1999 by the
highest ranking defector of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Russian General Staff, Col. Stanislav Lunev."15
"Regarding the existence of a joint Russian-Chinese military plan," McAlvany continues, "Lunev stated that on his last visit to Moscow,
prior to his 1992 defection, the Russian General Staff was still committed to fighting and winning a future nuclear war against America. ‘The
nuclear war plan is still on,’ they told him. But there would be some changes. No longer would Russian troops be responsible for a follow-up
invasion of the lower 48 states (U.S. mainland). Russian forces would be responsible for occupying ‘Alaska and parts of Canada.’ The Chinese would
be givenresponsibility for occupying the lower 48."
t is true that other countries, besides Russia and America, possess nuclear weapons. Great Britain, France and Israel have several hundred nuclear
weapons between them. But these arsenals are small and vulnerable. Bombing Russia and stirring the rubble of cities already bombed would be a
laughable kind of deterrence.
If America's nuclear forces were ever destroyed, Russia and China would control the earth. No power could resist them. No defense exists to stop
them. Therefore, the eyes of the Russian General Staff are on America's missiles. That is what they care most about. And it's what they worry about.
America's nuclear forces protect Western civilization from destruction and conquest by the nuclear-armed barbarism of Russia and China.
Golitsyn and Sejna -- two significant defectors from the Communist bloc -- both described a long range Soviet plan. Both of them said this plan
involved a grand deception, unprecedented in scope. Western policy-makers did not believe Golitsyn or Sejna's statements. Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger, for example, refused to consider the possibility of a Soviet plan. "One of the basic problems with the West," explained Sejna, "is its
frequent failure to recognize the existence of any Soviet 'grand design' at all. Those rejecting this concept unwittingly serve Soviet efforts. ..
Russian military preparations for nuclear war:
1. Significant troop mobilizations in response to a fabricated crisis;
2. An increase in missile tests, to assure the readiness and accuracy of the Strategic Rocket Forces;
3. An increase in prohibited underground nuclear tests;
4. An increase in war exercises of all service branches;
5. Significant troop mobilizations in satellite or allied countries, especially China, North Korea, Iraq or Serbia;
6. Any attempt to create a unified nuclear command;
7. Efforts to extend the range of fighter-bomber formations by upgrading them with extra fuel tanks and in-flight refueling capability;
8. An increase in high-level meetings between government and military leaders;
9. Misleading official statements about the military readiness of the armed forces;
10. The sudden distribution of a new generation of conventional weapons to