‘As long as I sit here, there will be no barbarism in Red Square‘ the Communist chief quoted Putin as saying at a conference with Russian party leaders.”
“I was not, as you know, a party member by necessity'”he said.”I liked Communist and socialist ideas very much and I like them still.”
Hence, Mikhail Gorbachev, 15th November 1989 – 6 DAYS AFTER THE FALL OF THE BERLIN WALL.
“We are for a Lenin who is alive! In building our future we are basing ourselves upon the gigantic intellectual and moral potential of the socialist idea linked with the theory of Marxism-Leninism. We see no rational grounds to give up the spiritual [sic!] richness contained in Marxism. Through restructuring [i.e. ‘perestroika’] we want to give socialism a second wind and unveil in all its plenitude [meaning: globally!] the vast humanist [i.e. godless] potential of the socialist system.” – In order to achieve this, the Communist Party of the Soviet Union returns to the origins and principles of the Bolshevik Revolution, to the Leninist ideas about the construction of a new society… Our Party was and remains the Party of Lenin… In short, we are for a Lenin who is alive.” – We must seek these answers guided by the spirit of Leninism, the style of Lenin’s thinking, and the method of dialectical cognition.”
November 15, 1989 to a group of Russian students. – Thus, these remarks represent a blatant real-time explanation of the true nature of the supposed ‘changes’ that were all-too-smoothly transforming in those months the Eastern European satellite states into ‘instant-democracies’!
The Soviet Union still exists and again, as says an erudite Traditional Catholic commentator;
The United States is no longer “just” a country utterly divided along partisan lines (courtesy, greatly, of the Great Polariser). Worse, the conservative camp has lost any internal cohesion and thus effectiveness, to begin with. Everybody appears now to be at sixes and sevens, and despite the growing belligerence and hostile rhetoric of both Russia and China (which are now officially allied), hardly anyone appears to have understood that we have reached, literally, on the brink of Communist World October. “
Hence in the ‘Controversy of Zion’, Douglas Reed stated ‘it was only these three movements – Communism, Zionism, and World Government, that profited from the suffering and destruction of the Second World War. The Western Powers helped the World Revolution to entrench itself deep in Europe.