WP: According to common perception, a revolution was initiated in Poland in 1989 with historical significance and global consequences. There is copious evidence that this allegedly anti-communist revolt, which swept through Eastern Europe , was indeed planned by Soviet secret services and served the long-term strategy of perestroika. In Poland ‘s case the deception was facilitated by a secret agreement between the communist party, leaders of the Solidarity movement and the Catholic hierarchy – and we still see the consequences of this arrangement. What is your opinion of the Eastern European revolutions? Is it reasonable to claim that the Eastern part of the continent was truly freed then?

Olavo de Carvalho: No, Eastern Europe was not truly freed. But a fake liberation can easily be turned into a genuine one if the secret manipulators are exposed and their power is transferred to the hands of true patriots in due time . The time is now. Read more ->



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WP: According to common perception, a revolution was initiated in Poland in 1989 with historical significance and global consequences. There is copious evidence that this allegedly anti-communist revolt, which swept through Eastern Europe, was indeed planned by Soviet secret services and served the long-term strategy of perestroika. In Poland’s case the deception was facilitated by a secret agreement between the communist party, leaders of the Solidarity movement and the Catholic hierarchy – and we still see the consequences of this arrangement. What is your opinion of the Eastern European revolutions? Is it reasonable to claim that the Eastern part of the continent was truly freed then?

JEFF NYQUIST: My opinion is that the East European revolutions were planned, far in advance, by the KGB and a secret section of the Communist Party Soviet Union, in keeping with a grand strategy worked out in the late 1950s by a committee of Soviet strategists led by Leonid Brezhnev (which included Nikolai Mironov, a KGB general and advocate of Sun Tzu’s “Art of War”). The evolution of the strategy coincided with the realization that the Stalinist system could not survive without carefully prepared reforms led by agents of the secret police, including a controlled dissident movement that would be accepted by the West. It must be admitted, of course, that a certain degree of freedom was granted by these revolutions. At the same time, new control mechanisms were worked out for strategically vital sectors of business and government. From the perspective of Moscow, there would be a period of disorganization and setbacks, followed by the mature development of new control mechanisms, leading to a smoother and more effective system. Read more ->



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