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In 1992, long before Curtis Bowers was appointed to the 10th
District of the Idaho State legislature in 2007, he was a graduate
student at the University of California, Berkeley. He was asked by
a writer friend to attend a meeting at Berkeley sponsored by the
Communist Party USA who would be talking about using US public
policy to bring down the government of the United States. Fifteen
years later Bowers was forced to conclude they had virtually
achieved their objective.


When the Soviet Union "collapsed," the Berlin Wall came down and the whole world believed the myth that communism, the failed Marxist political system, had died. In his book, "The August Coup," former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev painted the picture of communist hardliners overthrowing his presidency because he was too close to the West. He said the hardliners, led by Soviet Vice President G.I. Yanayev, launched a coupe on August 18, 1991 as Gorbachev and his family vacationed in a villa on Cape Foros in the Crimea. Around 4:30 that day a group of officials arrived at the villa, and without being invited (Gorbachev said), burst into his office and demanded he issue an emergency decree declaring martial law or surrender his power to Yanayev.

Gorbachev went through great detail in his 1991 book, describing how Soviet hardliners imposed a news blackout to keep information about the coup from leaking until they were in complete control. The only problem with Gorbachev's news blackout is that CNN was broadcasting the attempted coup live from Moscow as the "freedom lovers" were rescuing newly-elected Russian President Boris Yeltsin. CNN broadcasted the failed coup live from outside the Kremlin, with Yeltsin victoriously straddling at Russian tank as he theatrically faced down the hardliners in a made-for-TV docudrama. In other words, the collapse of communism was faked. It never collapsed. It went underground. Why? To accomplish what you will see in this video (or saw in this video). Gorbachev was among a group of Central Committee bureaucrats who suggested, in the early 1970s, that this would be the only way to defeat the West.

 

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