“Deception Was My Job” or “Soviet Subversion of the Free World Press”

Published on Apr 11, 2013 by Kevin Heine

Yuri Bezmenov (a.k.a. “Tomas Schuman”), a Russian born, KGB trained subverter, gave an interview to G. Edward Griffin in 1984, in which he provided a detailed description of the process by which Moscow would take over an enemy nation. The interview (originally aired in 1985) was provided approximately 14 years after Yuri defected to the west, and its value lies in the fact that the interviewee was someone who did ideological subversion for a living, as opposed to being someone who merely studied the subject. In this interview, Bezmenov discusses the Soviet influence on Western media, the KGB’s subversive tactics against western society as a whole, and the four stages of communist takeover of a free nation.

Bezmenov specifically explains: (1) how active ideological subversion has already de-moralized American society, (2) how Socialism is deliberately destabilizing the American economy and purposefully pushing the U. S. into numerous crises (so that a “Big Brother” government can be put into place in Washington), (3) how most Americans don’t even realize that the nation is under attack, (4) why normal legislative measures won’t by themselves alter the nation’s direction, and (5) what the consequences are for the “useful idiots” once the Marxist takeover is complete.

Bezmenov also mentions that revolutions throughout history are never the result of a majority movement, but of small, dedicated, and highly-organized groups who seize power, whether for good or bad.

This video has been remastered and is now available on DVD. See http://realityzone.com/bezmenov.html

One thought on ““Deception Was My Job” or “Soviet Subversion of the Free World Press”

  1. Come on guys and gals.
    Listen to, at least, the last 15-20 minutes and give me some feedback in the comments.
    I’m, honestly, trying to post significant, eye opening, things to FTTWR to try to help people understand the origins of our predicament.

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