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We Are the Next Target

Terrorism and the Betrayal of Israel

(Audiotape documentary, April 1994)

Side A

The autumn months of 1989 saw the apparent collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe, followed by growing instability in the Soviet Union itself. In 1991, the Communist regime in Moscow declared itself dead. To Americans, the Cold War finally seemed to be over. With the disappearance of the Soviet military threat, as well as the end of Soviet-sponsored revolution and terrorism, the world could now settle in for a new era of peace.

But that hope was shattered on February 26, 1993, when a massive explosion ripped through the basement parking garage of New York City’s World Trade Center. Days after the blast, which killed five people and wounded 1,000 others, authorities found and arrested Mohammed Salameh, the man who had rented the truck containing the deadly bombs. Further clues led authorities to a second suspect in New Jersey, Nidal Ayyad.1 Eight more arrests unveiled a horrifying plan to bomb a series of prominent New York targets, including the FBI headquarters, the United Nations building, and two crowded commuter tunnels, as well as to assassinate several prominent political leaders and carry out kidnappings.2 The intended carnage can only be imagined.

The expanding investigation began uncovering an international conspiracy behind the arrested men. Within weeks of the original bombing, the list of suspects had grown to include a member of Fatah, the main group of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).3 Egyptian intelligence reported that the plot had been funded by the German branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, a shadowy organization believed to be behind insurrectionary violence in the Middle East. According to the same sources, agents of the Iraqi and Iranian governments helped coordinate the planned bombings.4 The trail soon led to Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman, the head of a New Jersey mosque and an outspoken supporter of violent revolution. Several of the arrested terrorists had discussed their plans at Sheik Rahman’s mosque, and Rahman himself had received money from the government of Iran. He and his followers were linked to the 1981 assassination of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, and to the 1991 assassination of Rabbi Meir Kahane.5

Some fifteen men were arrested in America for their roles in the New York bombing plot, the largest single terrorist attack in United States history. This was certainly no random act of mindless violence. One conspirator, arrested by the Egyptian government, confessed that the World Trade Center was targeted to influence U.S. policy toward the Middle East.6 Specifically, the foreign organizations and governments behind the attack had all for years been waging war against the nation of Israel, a U.S. ally.

Common belief today holds that the PLO and other terrorist groups targeting Israel are fighting for a Palestinian cause, motivated by some combination of Arab nationalism and Islamic religious fundamentalism, with Arab-Jewish historical tensions as the underlying cause. But the truth is virtually the opposite. Regardless of their official propaganda, these terrorist groups are driven by an ideology of international Marxism-Leninism, using a carefully designed strategy to achieve geopolitical ends. Even now, they receive their support, not from Palestinian people or from sympathetic Arabs, but from the United Nations and the Soviet Bloc. And most importantly, they are extremely vulnerable to destruction by the United States, which could easily cut off their badly-needed financial support. The only obstacle to our victory over the terrorists is our failure to understand who really controls and supports them.

During the next hour, this recorded presentation will tell the full story behind the growing war against Israel and the United States. Side A will uncover the forces behind a new wave of global terrorism; side B will expose how those forces are now preparing to destroy Israel, and what we can do about it. The evidence comes from a variety of books, articles, and news stories that are available in public libraries but largely ignored by the politically biased, national-level news media. The terrorists can be stopped before it is too late, but only if we understand the purpose behind their global war. If we, the American people, do not wake up soon to the shocking reality, we ourselves will become a “Beirut” of terrorist chaos — for WE ARE THE NEXT TARGET.

Terrorism is defined as violent attacks on civilians for political purposes. Its goal is to create fear in the general population, forcing the target government to make otherwise unthinkable concessions. The sheer number of people involved in bombing the World Trade Center, and the extensive foreign coordination, suggest that this incident was only the tip of the iceberg. More terrorist attacks can be expected in this country and elsewhere, sponsored by similar forces. Indeed, during the past four years, many nations have been sent reeling from an unexpected worldwide revival of terrorism:

• In Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, the Irish Republican Army (IRA) injures 27 people with a bomb blast in “a crowded shopping area” during the Christmas season.7

• Months later in the same city, the Ulster Freedom Fighters initiate riots that involve “fire bombs and car hijackings,” injuring at least 17 innocent civilians. Within two days, the IRA sets off nearly a ton of explosives in a nearby town, wounding twelve more residents and five police officers.8

• In London, England, the IRA explodes eight bombs in six days, creating massive destruction.9 This continues a three-year campaign of dozens of similar London bombings, signalling that the IRA has expanded its terrorism beyond Ireland. Two months later, the group injures yet another eight Londoners with two explosions on the same day.10 By mid-1993, the ongoing terror campaign forces police to establish permanent roadblocks around downtown London.11

• In Bonn, Germany, top banker Alfred Herrhausen is assassinated with a powerful bomb planted in his car. Shocked authorities discover that the Red Army Faction is responsible, although this terrorist group was thought to have disintegrated after the fall of the Berlin Wall.12 This begins a wave of such killings by the group, including the shooting of political official Detlev Rohwedder in Düsseldorf and the mail-bombing of Berlin official Hanno Klein.13

• In southeastern Turkey, terrorists of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) kidnap 49 people from a bus, then turn the guns on their hostages. At least 33 soldiers and two civilians are killed. This follows a series of similar massacres within days.14

• In Jerusalem, Israel, three members of Hamas use guns to attack a bus and hijack a car, killing two women and injuring the bus driver. Fellow terrorists had carried out a series of stabbings in previous months.15

• In Egypt, El-Gama’a el-Islamiya (The Islamic Group) conducts a bomb attack on a tourist bus carrying 15 South Koreans. In other incidents, guns and knives are used against English, German, and Russian tourists, and the Group wages incessant war against civilians in Egypt’s Coptic Christian community.16

• In South Africa, terrorists of the Azanian People’s Liberation Army kill two couples and injure 17 other civilians who were tasting wines at a golf club. A spokesman for the terrorist group boasts that “There will be more attacks of this nature with more frequency, especially in white areas.”17

• In Cambodia, members of the Khmer Rouge attack a train, throwing it off the tracks. They then proceed to slaughter at least 13 passengers with rocket-propelled grenades and gunfire.18

As the terrorist revival grows, public confusion and desperation rise. Many target governments are now effectively surrendering to the terrorists. South Africa is preparing for a coalition government with the African National Congress. England is negotiating for the IRA to take control of Northern Ireland. Israel is handing over control of its Gaza Strip and portions of the West Bank to the PLO. And nations ranging from El Salvador to the Philippines are now rapidly following suit.

To understand this crisis, we must first step back to examine who is supporting and directing the terrorists.

Though having been a recognized danger for over a century, terrorism had not forced its way into world consciousness until the 1970s. During that decade, terrorist violence broke out simultaneously in virtually every Western country and rapidly became a fact of everyday life. Its very senselessness helped create the public fear on which it thrived.

But as the evidence accumulated, a pattern began to emerge. Major exposés, such as the four volume work by French intelligence expert Pierre de Villamarest or the 1981 book The Terror Network by Claire Sterling, revealed that the nearly 200 terrorist groups formed an international network so well-coordinated that they constituted a single organization.19 At the center of this network was the KGB, the secret police arm of the Soviet Union. Terrorists would typically be trained in Middle Eastern camps run by the PLO, supervised by Eastern European agents, and armed by Moscow or Communist China. Regardless of whether individual groups professed an official Marxist-Leninist doctrine, all terrorists cooperated to destabilize non-Communist governments.

Naturally, the apparent death of Communism in 1989 led many people to believe the terrorist threat would quickly end. Some governments used the opportunity to arrest top leaders of terrorist groups, and confidently declared victory. Thus the revival of terrorism caught many authorities off guard. From where are these radical groups getting their weapons, their financing, and their training? Who is directing the new wave of violence?

The shocking answer is that terrorism is being orchestrated by the very same governments, and even the same Communist Parties, as before. A glaring example of this surfaced on May 23, 1993, when three explosions damaged a neighborhood just outside the capital city of Nicaragua. This was not a terrorist act, but an accident that revealed an underground bunker operated by the Sandinista National Liberation Front. According to one diplomatic observer, the depot was “a one-stop shopping center for terrorist activities, where you could get guns and documents.” It contained anti-aircraft missiles, as well as “hundreds of AK-47 assault rifles, machine guns, rocket-propelled grenades and tons of ammunition and explosives, including some C-4 plastic widely used in terrorist bombings.” Hundreds of forged passports and other documents, from dozens of nations, were also found. The bunker was actively supporting terrorists ranging from the Basque ETA separatists of Spain to the Farabundo Martí guerrillas of El Salvador. Even one of the suspects in the World Trade Center bombing had been caught weeks earlier with phony passports from Nicaragua.20

The “death” of Communism

When the Moscow- and PLO-trained Sandinistas first seized control of Nicaragua in 1979, they brought that country into the Soviet orbit, transforming it into a center for supporting terrorism. But eleven years later, the Sandinistas followed the trend in Eastern Europe and supposedly yielded power in free elections. In reality, this democratic transition was an illusion. The new president is merely a figurehead, while the Sandinistas retain total power. The Sandinistas openly control the military, the police, the intelligence service, the secret police, the courts, and virtually every other branch of the government. They can continue operating with impunity, and have been caught numerous times in the last few years sending weapons to terrorists throughout Latin America.21 If they so decided, the Sandinistas could easily nullify the Nicaraguan elections at any time.

The same holds true for the nations of Eastern Europe. In the transition to new governments, the Communists were neither killed nor forced to flee, nor did they retire. In fact, members of the Communist ruling structure simply relabeled themselves as “ex-Communists” or “reformers,” and continued to rule; fellow Communists simultaneously played leading roles in the opposition parties, thus ensuring nothing could go wrong. For example, a 1990 documentary aired on BBC television revealed that the Czechoslovak and Soviet secret police had themselves orchestrated the protests against the Czechoslovak Communist regime in 1989;22 since the alleged revolution, Czechoslovak Communists have retained control over such vital posts as foreign policy, economic policy, and the military.23 In another example, a 1990 article, first published in France, exposed the Romanian revolution as having also been engineered by the Soviet KGB, in which the ruling Communists renamed themselves the “National Salvation Front” without yielding any power.24 In Poland, the Solidarity movement had been permeated with Communist Party members years before the 1989 transition to limited democracy; since the reforms, Polish Communists have continued to head the courts, the secret police, and the military,25 while the Polish secret police and military have been strengthening ties with their Soviet counterparts.26 There is even growing evidence that the Stasi — the secret police of East Germany — is still operating as an underground organization within united Germany.27

Meanwhile, all fifteen Soviet republics are firmly controlled by so-called “former” Communists or by the Russian military.28 Russian leader Boris Yeltsin has himself been a Communist Party member since 1961.29 Soviet opposition movements, including the anti-Semitic group Pamyat and the political party of Vladimir Zhirinovsky, also appear to be under KGB control.30 And thousands of Soviet concentration camps remain in full operation today, while Soviet citizens still cannot leave their country.31

Contrary to popular impression, the Soviet alliance is actively preparing for a state of war. The FBI reports that, under Boris Yeltsin, KGB spying efforts in the United States and elsewhere have intensified,32 while the Soviet republics are collaborating in a crash military buildup program. According to such Western intelligence sources as the U.S. Defense Department, the Soviets are modernizing and expanding, rather than dismantling, their vast nuclear and conventional forces.33 This growing military power is being shared with traditional Soviet allies and Communist regimes around the world, including Communist China, Nicaragua, Syria, Iraq, Libya, Iran, and others.34 Meanwhile, tens of thousands of Soviet troops are still stationed in Poland and East Germany.35 Russia itself, and several East Bloc nations, are now entering a partnership with NATO for joint military exercises,36 while Soviet troops returning from Eastern Europe are being placed in strategic positions near Soviet borders.37

In short, Communism is fully alive, and is accelerating its global war of terrorism and revolution — even as our Western news media indulges in wishful thinking, waiting for political and economic reforms that never occur. But why should the Communists fake their own funeral? Two reasons stand out: (1) the Soviet Union is now receiving tens of billions of dollars in U.S. aid each year, money that is desperately needed to finance the expensive military buildup,38 and (2) as terrorism heats up, the disbelieving West becomes paralyzed, choosing to give in to terrorist demands rather than retaliate against, and thereby risk undermining, the so-called “democracies” of the Soviet Bloc. Anatoliy Golitsyn, the highest-level Soviet KGB official ever to defect to the West, revealed that the Soviet high command had planned this strategic deception many years earlier, in order to confuse the West temporarily during a phase of rapid Communist expansion. Golitsyn accurately predicted all of the changes in the Soviet Bloc in his 1984 book, New Lies for Old — five years before the events themselves.39

The goals and methods of Communism

Yet it seems almost incredible that any ideology could lead to well-coordinated deception on such a huge scale. Whenever the word “Communism” is mentioned, most people think of a philosophy, a political theory, an economic system, or perhaps a political party. But Communism is none of these. Before we can understand the Communist role in strategic deception and terrorist warfare, we must answer one critical question: What is Communism?

Karl Marx and V.I. Lenin are widely known as the founders of Communism. However, not everyone who professes the ideology of Marx and Lenin is a true Communist. Lenin himself defined Communism as an international organization, akin to the Mafia, whose members would constitute an elite corps of professional revolutionaries.40 As he described it in 1902, “In form such a strong revolutionary organization in an autocratic country may also be described as a ‘conspiratorial’ organization… such an organization must have the utmost secrecy.”41 Shortly after seizing control of Russia in 1917, Lenin revealed the secret of Communist success in a booklet, declaring that “The Bolsheviks could not have maintained themselves in power… unless the strictest, truly iron discipline prevailed in our Party.”42 Naive believers in Marxist ideology are constantly purged from the Party, for the organization can rely only on those people blindly willing to obey orders.43 Communism explicitly disavows all moral rules, and its members must constantly shift tactics, sometimes even carry out seemingly anti-Marxist actions, as its leadership adapts the revolution to changing circumstances.44 Thus Communists possess the fanatic discipline needed to carry out deception on a scale beyond the imagination of most outsiders, including staging their own alleged “collapse.”

The ultimate goal has been stated openly by every major Communist leader since Karl Marx: a world government dominated by the Communists.45 Lenin described how, to overthrow existing governments, the Communists organize parallel revolutions in each country. Most of the Communist Party structure must operate underground, invisible to the larger population, while it uses both legal and illegal methods, including deception and, in Lenin’s own words, “terrorism.”46 Its secret members, operating under strict orders, infiltrate the highest levels of the target government and its military, as well as the labor unions and other popular movements, the communications media, and even the anti-Communist opposition itself.47 From these positions, the Communists can orchestrate an apparently spontaneous, violent revolution, while paralyzing the efforts of the target government to respond effectively. The confused population, unaware of the well-organized forces behind the crisis, negotiates a series of compromises leading to further instability and finally to the victory of Communism.

As growing numbers of nations fall to the revolution, it becomes possible to reunite them under a Communist world regime.48 This is being carried out in a two-stage process. The transition step to this “new world social order,” as American Communist William Z. Foster called it,49 involves merging the newly captive nations into regional governments.50 The Communists have explicitly worked toward creating a united Europe,51 a united American hemisphere,52 a pan-African regional entity,53 and, for the Middle East, a pan-Arab regime.54

Marxism-Leninism, then, is not an ideology, but a strategy for achieving world revolution. Communists are the disciplined members of an international organization that uses Marxist-Leninist techniques. And terrorism is a key ingredient in the success of such revolution. To see how the entire strategy works, we now turn to an overview of Communist revolutions in action.

Wars of national liberation

Because open warfare against target governments would simply lead to defeat, the Communists always disguise their revolutions as civil wars. They camouflage their intentions by pretending to fight for the liberation of one class of people from another, using a divide-and-conquer technique against a nation’s social structure. This method is referred to as a “war of national liberation,” and it adapts its tactics to the unique circumstances of each country. Such a war can pit industrial workers against capitalists, as in Russia, Catholics against Protestants, as in Northern Ireland, blacks against whites, as in South Africa — or Arabs against Jews, as in Israel. The Communists do not openly identify themselves, acting instead as representatives of the supposedly “oppressed” class of people.

By painting their revolution as a spontaneous uprising of “oppressed masses,” the Communists hope to convince the target population that it faces an unwinnable war rooted in fundamental social tensions. If the government is also paralyzed and cannot stop the terrorism, public morale quickly drops and the weakening government loses popular support. Believing that the revolution must eventually win, the population abandons active opposition to the terrorists and instead sues for peace at any cost. The perception ultimately becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy as the government collapses altogether.

Any “war of national liberation” can be divided into seven steps:

Step 1) To establish themselves in the minds of the target population as a force to be reckoned with, the revolutionaries must first force a heavy-handed reaction by the government. Their tactics are based on a 1969 book by Brazilian Communist Carlos Marighella, the Mini-Manual for Urban Guerrillas, which has been translated and distributed to terrorists throughout the world. Marighella explained how to use such frightening violence that “the government has no alternative except to intensify repression. The police roundups, house searches, arrests of innocent people, make life in the city unbearable… The political situation is transformed into a military situation, in which the militarists appear more and more responsible for errors and violence… The urban guerrilla must become more aggressive and violent, resorting without letup to sabotage, terrorism, expropriations, assaults, kidnappings and executions, heightening the disastrous situation in which the government must act.”55

Step 2) Having provoked a harsh reaction by the target government, the Communists now flood the Western news media with stories of government atrocities, real or fabricated. The goal is to begin isolating the government from Western, primarily American, support. The revolutionaries label convicted terrorists as “political prisoners”; they invent elaborate stories of secret prisons and “death squads”; and they hide among civilians during fighting, causing the government to kill innocent people accidentally. Such heads of state as Chiang Kai-shek of China, Anastasio Somoza of Nicaragua, and the Shah of Iran have been portrayed as corrupt and repressive. The South African government has been painted as being violently racist, while the French colonial administration in Algeria and the British rule in Northern Ireland have been labeled as undemocratic. Similar publicity attacks have been used against South Korea, Vietnam, the Philippines, Rhodesia, El Salvador, Argentina, and dozens of other nations. The news media has always cooperated in these smear campaigns, never allowing the target regime a fair chance to respond to the charges.

Step 3) The Communists can now count on the U.S. State Department to pressure the target government to begin giving in to the revolutionaries, supposedly for the sake of “human rights.” The regime offers compromises, including political reforms, the release of captured terrorists, and military cease-fires, which allow the terrorists to regroup and seize territory. But the revolutionaries also increase their demands, taking advantage of the government’s weakened image.

Step 4) As the government loses prestige, the Communists escalate the revolutionary violence and general unrest. They organize mass demonstrations, which agitators turn into riots. Labor unions go on strike, building toward a general labor strike that cripples the entire economy. Marxist professors in the universities indoctrinate and recruit naive youth, who join the growing ranks of Communists and terrorists. And some Communist agents even infiltrate local religious organizations, masquerading as priests or other clergy so as to neutralize opposition and recruit more people into the revolution. This can be seen, for example, in the Liberation Theology movement in the Catholic and Protestant churches, which teaches that Jesus was a Marxist revolutionary. Liberation Theology is active today in many parts of Latin America, Africa, and the far East.

Step 5) Since the Communists are only a tiny minority of the population, they must create the illusion of popular support. By waging terrorist warfare against the very people they claim to be liberating, the revolutionaries can frighten the people into passive or even active support of the revolution. In China and Nicaragua, the Communists murdered peasant farmers in rural villages; in Algeria, they maimed and killed Arab muslims; in Northern Ireland, they have killed thousands of Catholics while “kneecapping” thousands more with guns and electric drills;56 in South Africa, they have burned to death many hundreds of blacks with “necklaces” — tires soaked in gasoline, placed around the victim’s neck, and lit on fire.57 The revolutionaries accuse the victims of “collaborating” with the government, sending a powerful message to the rest of the population not to resist.

Step 6) Now the Communists are ready to enter the final phase of their revolution. With the target government steadily losing control over the country, the revolutionaries step up general terrorist violence while simultaneously negotiating for a new government. To accomplish this, the Communists often must split their revolutionary movement into two wings: an extremely violent faction pretending to oppose any peace agreement, and a more political faction that projects an image of pragmatism. The two factions secretly coordinate their activities, carrying out a “good cop/bad cop” scenario. Frightened by the escalating terrorism of the revolutionaries, the government makes concessions to the seemingly moderate faction, hoping to discourage the forces of violence. As the Communists tighten the vise, the government bargains away its remaining strength.

Step 7) Finally, in the name of democracy and “human rights,” the U.S. State Department withdraws its support from the embattled regime, using diplomatic pressure to force out the old government entirely and replace it with another. The Communists have by this time maneuvered themselves into position to join the new coalition government. Because this new regime is weak and divided, the Communists quickly move to consolidate total power for themselves. Their naive liberal allies are executed, followed by systematic mass terror against the whole population. A Communist regime has been imposed.

These seven steps describe the pattern of a war of national liberation. This strategy has been used, with slight variations, against almost every nation now under Communism, and is well under way for many remaining non-Communist nations.58 As we have seen, terrorism is a cornerstone of this strategy.

During the first half of this program, we have analyzed the rise of terrorism and the Communist strategy behind it. We have shown how the international terrorist network is being financed and coordinated to bring about world revolution. But now we must turn our attention to the one revolution that is becoming the focus of world Communist efforts — the war to destroy the nation of Israel. The inside story of this impending danger to the free world, how the Communists have brought the revolution against Israel to the brink of victory, and what you can do to stop the terrorists, is explained on side B of this program.

– Continued in Part 2 –


1. Fritz, S. and Jackson, R.C., “Federal authorities expect additional arrests in trade center bombing.” Los Angeles Times, Sat., 3-13-93, p. A16.

2. Goldman, J.J. and Jackson, R.L., “Eight suspects seized in plot to bomb U.N., other N.Y. targets.” Los Angeles Times, Fri., 6-25-93, p. A1; Neumeister, L., Associated Press, “U.S. charges sheik with terrorist plots.” Orange County Register, Thur., 8-26-93, p. 1.

3. Newsday, “Palestinian reportedly questioned in N.Y. blast.” San Francisco Chronicle, Thur., 5-6-93, p. A11.

4. “N.Y. bombing tied to international plot.” San Francisco Chronicle, Fri., 7-16-93, p. A12.

5. Turque, B., Waller, D., Cohn, B., and Beachy, L., “An Iranian connection?” Newsweek, 3-22-93, p. 33; Neumeister, Op cit.

6. “N.Y. bombing tied to international plot,” Op cit.

7. Reuters, “IRA blast injures 27.” San Francisco Chronicle, Wed., 12-2-92, p. A10.

8. “Bomb injures 17 in Northern Ireland.” San Francisco Chronicle, Tues., 7-6-93, p. A8.

9. Schmidt, W.E., “Bomb tied to I.R.A., the 8th in 6 days, injures 5 Londoners.” New York Times, Tues., 10-13-92, pp. A5-6.

10. “8 people wounded by two bomb blasts in Northern London.” New York Times, Fri., 12-11-92, pp. A3, A9.

11. New York Times, “Anti-terrorist roadblocks set up in Central London.” San Francisco Chronicle, Tues., 7-6-93, p. A8.

12. Protzman, F., “Head of top West German bank is killed in bombing by terrorists.” New York Times, Fri., 12-1-89, p. A1.

13. “German official is fatally shot in Dusseldorf.” Wall Street Journal, Tues., 4-2-91, pp. A17, A21; “Berlin city official is killed by letter bomb at his home.” New York Times, Fri., 6-14-91, p. A9.

14. “Turkey says Kurd rebels killed 35.” San Francisco Chronicle, Wed., 5-26-93, p. A14.

15. Hoffman, D., Washington Post, “Gunmen attack Israeli bus — 4 die.” San Francisco Chronicle, Fri., 7-2-93, p. A16.

16. Kelly, D., “Egypt tries to suppress fundamentalists.” San Francisco Chronicle, Tues., 2-16-93, p. A7.

17. New York Times, “South African group vows more attacks.” San Francisco Chronicle, Wed., 12-2-92, p. A12.

18. Shenon, P., New York Times, “Another ambush by Khmer Rouge — 13 die on train.” San Francisco Chronicle, Fri., 5-7-93, p. A10.

19. de Villamarest, P.F., Histoire secrète des organisations terroristes. Famot-Beauval, 1976; Sterling, C., The Terror Network. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York, 1981.

20. Farah, D., Washington Post, “‘Terrorist’ arsenal uncovered.” San Francisco Chronicle, 7-14-93, pp. A1, A15.

21. U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, “Nicaragua Today.” Republican Staff Report, August, 1992, 138 pp.

22. Associated Press, “Czech revolution: A secret police plot?” Los Angeles Times, Fri., 6-1-90, p. A10 (about “Czech-Mate: Inside the Revolution,” aired on BBC-TV 5-30-90).

23. Ellison, B.J., “Behind the facade.” The New American, 5-21-91, pp. 21-30.

24. Micheletti, E. (translated by McColl, A.), “Puppet Revolution,” Soldier of Fortune, July, 1990, pp. 48-55.

25. Golitsyn, A., New Lies for Old. Dodd, Mead & Co., New York, 1984, p. 331.

26. McAlvany, D.S., “Russian strategic deception: The ‘new’ Communist threat.” The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor, Jan., 1994, p. 9.

27. See, for example, Ellison, B.J., “Behind the facade,” Op cit.; Epstein, E., “Spies who still haven’t come in from the cold,” (World Insider), San Francisco Chronicle, 3-30-90, p. A25; Epstein, E., “Some spies won’t quite their old ways,” (World Insider), San Francisco Chronicle, 6-15-90, p. A19; Emerson, S., New York Times Magazine, “Keeping watch on the Stasi machine,” San Francisco Chronicle, Wed., 8-15-90, pp. Briefing 1,4,5; Fisher, M., Washington Post, “Spies keep popping up in Germany,” San Francisco Chronicle, 10-11-90, pp. A1, A22; Tagliabue, J., “Secret-police scandals outlive East Germany,” New York Times, Sun., 10-28-90, International; New York Times, “New links to East German secret police,” San Francisco Chronicle, 3-28-91, p. A19; and others.

28. McAlvany, D.S., “Russian strategic deception: The ‘new’ Communist threat,” Op cit., pp. 7-9.

29. Ibid., p. 12.

30. Ibid., p. 14; Klebkinov, P., “Prizewinner’s ways,” Forbes, 1-7-91.

31. Personal communication with Avraham Shifrin, director of The Research Center for Prisons, Psych-prisons, and Forced-Labor Concentration Camps of the USSR, based in Jerusalem, Israel; Zalman Shoval, former Israeli ambassador to the U.S., confirmed that most Jews still cannot leave the Soviet Union (speech at the University of California, Berkeley, 12-8-92).

32. Sinai, R., Associated Press, “Cold war over? Not for spies,” Contra Costa Times, 3-5-92, p. B1; McAlvany, “Russian strategic deception: The ‘new’ Communist threat,” Op cit., pp. 20-22.

33. McAlvany, D.S., “The rebirth of an empire: What is really happening in the Soviet Union,” The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor, Sep./Oct. 1991, pp. 18-22; McAlvany, “Russian strategic deception: The ‘new’ Communist threat,” Op cit., pp. 15-18.

34. Cheung, T.M., “China’s buying spree: Russia gears up to upgrade Peking’s weaponry,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 7-8-93, pp. 24-26; Washington Post, “Soviets offer to keep sending Nicaragua aid,” San Francisco Chronicle, 2-28-90, p. A13; Collier, R., “Chamorro tries to hold onto Communist aid,” San Francisco Chronicle, Wed., 3-7-90, pp. A13, A15; “Czechs rebuff U.S. on Syria arms sale,” San Francisco Chronicle, 5-9-91, P. A20; Gordon, M.R., New York Times, “Russians flew N. Korea arms parts to Syria,” San Francisco Chronicle, Sun., 12-12-93, p. A15; McAlvany, “The rebirth of an empire: What is really happening in the Soviet Union,” Op cit., pp. 21-22; “Islamic fundamentalism: The threat to peace,” American Jewish News, Thurs., May 6, 1993, p. 7.

35. “Poland won’t allow Red Army through,” San Francisco Chronicle, 1-11-91, p. A21; “Soviet army starts on the long way home,” San Francisco Chronicle, 3-13-91, p. A11; McAlvany, “The rebirth of an empire: What is really happening in the Soviet Union,” Op cit., p. 21; Kinzer, S., New York Times, “A bitter good-by to Germany,” San Francisco Chronicle, 3-4-94, p. A14.

36. Associated Press, “Russia preparing to join new NATO partnership,” San Francisco Chronicle, 3-18-94, p. A16; McAlvany, “Russian strategic deception: The ‘new’ Communist threat,” Op cit., p. 10.

37. “NATO opposes repositioning of Russian troops,” San Francisco Chronicle, 4-4-94, p. A10; Cooperman, A., Associated Press, “Yeltsin OKs bases in ex-Soviet Union,” San Francisco Chronicle, 4-7-94, p. A12.

38. McAlvany, “Russian strategic deception: The ‘new’ Communist threat,” Op cit., p. 10.

39. Golitsyn, Op cit., Chapter 25.

40. Lenin, V.I., “What is to be done?”, 1902, in Connor, J.E., Ed., Lenin on Politics and Revolution, Pegasus, Indianapolis, 1968, pp. 61-72.

41. Ibid., p. 73.

42. Lenin, V.I., “Left-Wing” Communism, an Infantile Disorder, International Publishers, New York, 1940, p. 9.

43. Ibid., pp. 31-32.

44. Ibid., p. 82.

45. Goodman, E.R., The Soviet Design for a World State, Columbia University Press, New York, 1960.

46. Lenin, “Left-Wing” Communism, an Infantile Disorder, Op cit., pp. 12, 18-19.

47. Ibid., pp. 14, 20-21, 34, 37-39, 42-48, 62, 65, 76-77, 80, etc.

48. Stalin, J., Marxism and the National Question, International Publishers, New York, 1942, p. 38, passim.

49. Foster, W.Z., Toward Soviet America, Elgin Publications, Balboa Island, CA, 1961 (originally published 1932), pp. 39-40.

50. Petrenko, F., and Popov, V., Soviet Foreign Policy: Objectives and Principles, Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1985, pp. 285-287.

51. Golitsyn, A., New Lies for Old, Op cit., pp. 341-342.

52. Foster, W.Z., Toward Soviet America, Op cit., pp. 272-273.

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