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Old 08-09-2017, 03:35 AM   #1
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Default The Russian formula for destabilization of a nation.

People love to have opinions and care about things. It is how they are so easily manipulated emotionally.

There is an old Soviet intelligence formula utilizing this tactic to prepare a nation for takeover.

1. Demoralization (the overture)
2. Destabilization (undermining of regime)
3. Crisis (collapse of the current regime)
4. Normalization (replacement with new regime)

KGB defector Yuri Bezmenov detailed this process and various implementations thereof in a video from the 1980's below:

Notice his use of the term "Marxist-Leninist social justice" in the context of ideological subversion. Now the term 'social justice' is proffered often as a liberal virtue and moral issue. Yet this KGB operative detailed things like social justice movements and deviant sexual liberation as subversive Soviet espionage tactics to undermine and destabilize western society. As ideological open societies, western countries are particularly vulnerable to this tactic and most don't know it is happening. Closed societies like Afghanistan are too ideologically rigid for Soviet style subversion.

It is not just limited to homosexual or liberal socialist agendas. Russian espionage also focuses on the rabid right along with the loony left. Mass protests of the alt-right are just as easily manipulated as the protests of the radical left. The goal is to utilize extremist movements to create destabilization by targeting different political audiences. Again, this KGB agents described DECADES ago many of the social movements happening today.

Brexit is a great example of the Russian subversion model being implemented to destabilize Russia's enemy, the European Union, without firing a shot. This subversion model is what Khrushchev meant when he said the Soviet Union would destroy America from within without firing a shot. The Soviet Union itself 'collapsed' only to have the single party state subverted by their secret intelligence services. Russia went from being communist to being Checkist. Nevertheless, they are still no different than they were with the exception of being Orthodox instead of atheist.

This is why seemingly antagonistic groups like the Assad regime and the Islamic State counter-insurgency are really working together to counter the groups threatening the Assad regime.

Eventually, some even like the civil war in Syria or a nuclear war with North Korea may be used to implement the 'crisis' phase. With Syria in particular, the 'crisis phase' is being used to help the 'destabilization phase' for the European theater by infiltration of refugees with militants. Russian 'separatists' in Ukraine are another example.

The easy way to spot a Russian agent is by their narrative. They will always support Kremlin talking points and Russian causes in geopolitical affairs. These are the good Russian whores Putin was bragging about. Hence right wingers like Alex Jones or Richard Spencer are just as kompromat as Rania Khalek. Left and right has nothing to do with it. Agents on both the left and right will be used to support the Russian narrative. Richard Spencer was married to his Russian handler. Rania Khalek is a notorious whore for the Russian allied Assad regime that denies the chemical weapons attacks or the extra-judicial executions of civilians ever happened. Russian agents are frequently found in 'affinity action groups' like Spencer or 'alternative media' like Alex Jones or Rania Khalek. Exposing groups and individuals like Alex Jones or Rania Khalek for the Russian dupes they are can even be more effective than killing or otherwise neutralizing them.

The weak point in the Russian espionage model is the 'normalization phase' whereby a Soviet style strongman loyal to Moscow is used to 'restore law and order.' Bezmenov outlines how this was used in Eastern Europe or other theaters throughout the twentieth century. The 'normalization phase' is what the entire model is based around. Therefore, acquisition of the Muscovite strongman like Assad is the solution to the subversion model. Without the front-man like Assad, the Russian support system collapses and implementation of the 'normalization phase' becomes impossible. Hence, western efforts should not be wasted on supporting low-level insurgencies but instead targeting high level operatives. Without such high-level operatives like Assad, the Russian subversion system collapses. Without the Assad regime, there would be no Islamic State or militant refugees helping destabilize Europe. Eliminating the choke-point is the key to eliminating the wider destabilizing political influences.

Again, all of these phenomena happening today like the Islamic state, homosexual liberation, radical right movements, etc. were outlined decades ago by a KGB agent in the above video.

Last edited by jmandalis; 09-09-2017 at 02:37 AM.
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