"In 1982 a former high ranking Communist official, named Jan Sejna, wrote a book entitled "We Will Bury You." A large section of the book is
about the Kremlin's plan for defeating the West. Sejna noted that the plan was flexible, and "subject to constant revision to ensure that it takes
into account new factors." Most readers would assume that such a plan would be dead by now. But this assumption is incorrect, and here is why:
While the Kremlin was busy giving up Eastern Europe and making all sorts of frank admissions about the "crimes of Stalin" and the "errors of
Brezhnev," Soviet officials were mysteriously silent about their long-range strategic plan. No admissions were made, and no documents were published.
Mum was the word.
We know from at least three defector sources that a long range Kremlin strategy did exist. We know that this strategy employed deception on a massive
scale, and we know from two of these defectors (i.e., Jan Sejna and Anatoliy Golitsyn) that the long range plan would involve the controlled collapse
of Soviet Russia's military alliance in Eastern Europe -- the Warsaw Pact.
If this strategy is now defunct, and if the Kremlin no longer seeks victory over the West, then why haven't we seen this plan exposed at a Moscow
press conference? Why haven't our good democratic friends in Moscow declassified the old strategy? Surely, it would clarify the whole history of the
But Lenin remains unburied and the plan remains in effect.
Sadly, the West remains clueless. From the very start, America's leaders have refused to believe that a Kremlin plan existed. "One of the basic
problems of the West," wrote Sejna, "is its frequent failure to recognize the existence of any Soviet 'grand design' at all.
Two leading U.S. policy analysts, Henry Kissinger and Edward Luttwak, for example, discounted the idea of a long-range Soviet deception strategy, and
it was against this skepticism that Sejna wrote, "The Soviet Strategic Plan for the establishment of their 'Socialism' worldwide does, without
doubt, exist. ..." "
Excerpts taken from.
"Nagorno-Karabag: A Case Study in "Perestroika"
by Dennis R. Papazian, Ph.D.
Dr. Dennis R. Papazian is a professor of Soviet history, the founder/director of the Armenian Research Center at The University of Michigan, Dearborn,
and a member of the faculty of the Center for Russian and East European Studies at The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. This paper is a preliminary
draft/study written for oral delivery at the annual conference of the AAASS in Washington, DC, Friday, October 19, 1990."
"More recently, Anatoliy Golitsyn, a Soviet defector of high status, has suggested that the Soviet Union is capable of disinformation on such a
massive scale that even the Borkenau system is no longer viable.2 In a book first published in 1984, and of necessity written before then, Golitsyn
argues that the leadership of the whole Communist bloc came to an agreement in 1958 in which it established a long range program, a master plan, which
it would realize through a large scale deception of the West, a monumental scam.
Golitsyn maintains that the goals of the master plan were to provide a more profound political stabilization of individual communist regimes by
developing wider mass support, the rectification of economic weakness of the bloc by increased international trade and the acquisition of credits and
high technology from the West, the creation of a substructure for an eventual world federation of communist states, political isolation of the US from
its allies, developing influence among socialists in Western Europe and Japan, the dissolution of NATO, and an alignment between the Soviet Union and
a neutral, preferably socialist, Western Europe; concerted action with nationalist leaders in the Third World to eliminate Western influence as a
preliminary to absorbing them in a communist federation, shifting the balance of power in favor of the Communist world, and the ideological
disarmament of the West to create favorable conditions for convergence of East and West on communist terms.3 "
"Golitsyn predicts that the Soviet regime will be stabilized by the creation of spurious, controlled opposition movements and the use of those
movements to neutralize genuine internal and external opposition, and that it will encourage communist parties to establish united fronts with
socialist parties throughout the world thus increasing Soviet influence in parliaments and trade unions.4
Some of the techniques, according to Golitsyn, will be dissension within the bloc, unity of action behind disunity of words, a show of weakness before
meeting with Western leaders or before major initiatives or negotiations, and the heavy use of disinformation.5 This disinformation will emanate from
official Communist sources, unofficial Communist sources, and "secret" communist sources, much of it retrospective. It is to be delivered through
Western newspapermen, scholars, officials, and the Soviet intelligentsia.
The final phase of the master plan, according to Golitsyn, is a disinformation and deception campaign of such magnitude that it would be "beyond the
imagination of Marx, or the practical reach of Lenin, and unthinkable to Stalin. Among such previously unthinkable stratagems are the introduction of
false liberalization in Eastern Europe and, probably, the Soviet Union, and the exhibition of spurious independence on the part of the regimes in
Romania, Czechoslovakia, and Poland."7 "
Excerpts taken from.
It all seems to add up and it seems to have been a plan in the works for half a century now. The Russian government saw that they were going nowhere
with their old tactics and decided to apply new tactics, which seem to be working perfectly.
The best way to bring out those people that oppose your system is to make them believe you are changing from the old system and them systematically
take them out... Was the Chechnyan president assassination part of this eliminating those that oppose Mother Russia??
Now, the Russian and Chinese government are uniting and they seem to have become almost best buds, just like in the plan.
The threats from both the Chinese and the Russian government that there will be another arms race if the US goes ahead with a "missile defense
system," this osunds very suspicious to me since Russia already have a "missile defense system." The threats from these two countries are a major
warning that they are planning something against the US if they don't want us to have a defense system in place
Luckily for us Bush has not given up to these threats and we are soon, before the 2004 elections to have a "rudimentary missile defense system."
Could this be one of the reasons, or the main reason why the U.S.S.R err, I mean Russia and China are making major military demonstrations?
"CDI Russia Weekly #241 Contents Printer-Friendly Version
January 23, 2003
THIRTY YEARS IS NOT THE MAXIMUM
Russia's missile defense capacities will be updated
Author: Dmitry Litovkin
[from WPS Monitoring Agency, www.wps.ru/e_index.html]
RUSSIA IS ENHANCING ITS MISSILE DEFENSE CAPACITIES. TWO UNIQUE MISSILE ATTACK WARNING SYSTEM FACILITIES WENT INTO SERVICE IN 2002. EXISTING HARDWARE,
THOUGH AGING, CAN STILL COMPETE SUCCESSFULLY WITH NEWER HARDWARE ELSEWHERE AROUND THE WORLD. REFORMS OF THE SPACE TROOPS WILL BE COMPLETED BY 2005.
The shock means of the Russian missile defense system are in full operational readiness for the immediate repulse of a missile attack.
facilities of the missile attack warning system (MAWS) that were put into operation in 2002 will contribute to that too. This is what Russian Space
Troops Commander Anatoly Perminov said at a news conference."
Excerpts taken from.
"News Archive: Chinese Missile Defenses
Study on China’s Stance Toward U.S. BMD, China’s Own Missile Defenses
March 4, 2004 :: Analysis
A study prepared by the Institute for Defense Analysis (IDA) for the Defense Intelligence Agency outlines both China’s likely response and attitudes
toward U.S. ballistic missile defense, and China’s own missile defense efforts and systems.
The study, dated September 2003, divides the treatment of China’s strategic position towards missile defenses into 5 periods, beginning in 1955 and
ending with 2002."
Excertps taken from.
Both China and Russia have missile defense systems yet they threaten the U.S for trying to do the same....
[Edited on 20-5-2004 by Muaddib]