The Four Stages of Communist Takeover


Published on Feb 6, 2021

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In this video, you will learn the four stages of communist infiltration and subversion as taught by the late ex-KGB operative Yuri Bezmenov, who defected to the USA in the early 70s.

This is golden content for those trying to make sense of current events in light of the track record of Marxist activism, whether Soviet or Chinese style.

Topics Covered

🔴 Brief bio of Bezmenov and his historic role in educating freedom lovers who see the destruction wrought on western democratic values and the worldview codified in the US Constitution.
🔴 Why he left the Soviet machine.
🔴 Hollywood shows its colors by never portraying heroes who reject communism. If Mr. Bezmenov had defected from the United States to the Soviet Union, Robert DeNiro, or Tom Hanks, or Tommy Lee Jones, or Tim Robbins would have got an Oscar for playing him in a movie.
🔴 What he teaches about psyops of the Communist leadership.
🔴 The Four Stages of Subversion and Domination honed by Stalin and his propaganda arm(s): 1 demoralization; 2 destabilization; 3 crisis; 4 normalization.
🔴 Subversion doesn’t mean blowing up pretty bridges or destroying railway lines. It means a war of ideologies.
🔴 How the oligarchic manipulation and management of the coronadoom “crisis” was predicted 30 years ago.
🔴 Bezmenov’s comments about “benevolent dictator” Walter Mondale apply in spades today with Joe Bijing.
🔴 Why people today are rediscovering the poem “The Second Coming” by William Butler Yeats (1919).

Resources Mentioned

🔴 Sit-down 1984 interview by G. Edward Griffin with Yuri Bezmenov:

🔴 Full poem "The Second Coming" by William Butler Yeats (1919):