By Lyndesy Symonds

My generation unfortunately came to understand the permanent, worldwide Communist Revolution which had its base in the Supreme Soviet from 1936 – 1993. After that its base shifted to the United [Communist] Nations.

“…because of our triumphant march across the planet, we have made the UN a weapon for our goals of seizing power over all kingdoms and nations. We will not allow any nations to evolve. And we will destroy by fire and sword all those nationalist movements that seek to lead people out of our dictate, as it is done in Georgia, Armenia and Serbia.”
‘The Rebbe’, Menachem Mendel Schneerson, Chabad Lubavitch

For the Western nations and their institutions of government and social influence, nations with a heritage of civil liberties and democratic government, the Revolution took the form of infiltration, subversion and takeover. For the populations of their colonies and protectorates which were de-colonized by UN mandate 1960, there was the armed aggression and takeover by liberation front Gook forces backed, armed and directed by the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and People’s Republic of China.

The post World War II conflicts throughout the globe were wars of Communist aggression which the Western nations attempted to roll back on behalf of those populations. But the Communist subversion within all Western governments strategized ‘No Win’ wars for the West against the armed aggression of the Communist Revolution and the establishment of failed Marxist states all around the world.

The Western veterans of those wars fought the Communist Gook forces invading a former colonial population and they fought the ‘No Win’ strategy of their own government which (by popular , anti-Communist opinion of the Western nations) had committed itself to assist the invaded population.

The Revolution is owned, financed and directed by The Owners of the central banking cartel of reserve banks. The nation states they own are now welded to their seats in the UN.

Here is an entry from the journal of a veteran of one of those wars on this subject which will be of interest to the readers of CN. “A Soldier’s Protest” published by the Fort Fairfield Journal.