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Tag: de-moralized American society
By Kevin Rex Heine, Section News
It's been almost two months since the MIGOP 2013 State Convention and the House vote on 2013-HB-4111 tweaked the ire of the constitutional conservatives in the liberty movement, and I'm already starting to see evidence of discohesion amongst the grassroots activists. By this I mean that the righteous outrage over the House yielding on the ObamaCare Exchanges and the resolve to make sure that the blueblood elites don't go back to using the grassroots as an outhouse is already starting to dissipate amongst the discussion of the latest "headline" political distraction.
Yuri Alexandrovich Bezmenov was a Russian born, KGB trained subverter who defected to Canada in 1970 after becoming discouraged with the Soviet system. About a dozen years later, he lectured in Los Angeles under his nom de plume (Tomas David Schuman) and gave an interview to G. Edward Griffin (under his real name), in which he provided a detailed description of the process by which Moscow would quietly take over an enemy nation (specifically explaining the methods being used by the KGB for the gradual subversion of the political and economic systems of the United States). Regardless of which video you prefer to watch, either is a rather an eye-opening explanation of just how thoroughly screwed this country really is, as well as critical information that the true American patriots need in order to prevent (or at least forestall) our nation's collapse.
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