The Master Plan
The Communist plan for rubbing out all national, religious, cultural and racial lines and submerging the world in formless, characterless chaos for easy domination is grandiose enough. To say that there is still another, more grandiose plan beyond that for which the Communist machine was set up is indeed to challenge the credulity of most of us, especially of us Anglo-Saxons who are too busy with our humdrum routines to pull the propaganda curtain aside and see the giant hiding there.
... Heinrich Heine, German-Jewish poet and Communist youth leader of the 1830s and 1840s (friend and co-revolutionary of Karl Marx) spoke of Communism as temporary.*
Why and in what way temporary? What did this far-sighted master strategist of revolution see as the successor to Communism? Is it not disturbing enough that a machine dedicated to liquidating all opponents, wiping out the nations as such and the best blood of the races and blending the remnants into a faceless brown slob (see picture from a UNESCO book elsewhere herein) — is it not disturbing enough that this the Communist machine already enslaves nearly half the people of the world and is armed with hydrogen bombs? More
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