Sunday, December 06, 2009

Commies control Labour (and our own union movement)

I wrote UAW - Comimes In Our Midst from personal experience. Now, New Zeal points out something that went unnoticed lat month. How the Kremlin controlled the British Labour Party. Details revealed in the diary of a Kremlin insider.

Lancashire blacksmith's son and leader of the Communist Party of Great Britain stood in front of the group of high-flying young Left-wingers at Cambridge University.

Harry Pollitt told them: 'Don't join us. Work hard, get good degrees, join the Establishment and serve our cause from within.'

It was a few years after World War II and they took Pollitt at his word. Within a decade, the Communist Party foundered (its membership peaked at 60,000 in 1945) as Pollitt's bright young devotees infiltrated the Establishment.

They were soon exercising considerable influence in universities, the state education system, publishing houses, the legal hierarchy and the civil service.

But it was in politics that these high-flying members of the Left established their greatest power-base, both in the Labour Party and the trades' union movement.

Just how deep the tentacles of communism reached into the heart of British government has now been revealed with the emergence of an extraordinary diary by Anatoly Chernyaev, the Soviet Union's contact man with the West at the icy height of the Cold War.

Meticulously detailed and written by hand on lined notepaper, the diary has come to light in the U.S. National Security Archive.

It tells the story of a 'special relationship' not between Britain and America - but between the British Labour Party and Soviet communists.

It was a relationship that lasted more than 30 years, right up to Margaret Thatcher's arrival as Prime Minister in 1979 and beyond.

Indeed, one of the most shocking of the diary's many revelations is how Labour leaders Michael Foot and Neil Kinnock colluded with the Soviet communists to try to beat their 'common enemy', Margaret Thatcher.

But more worrying, perhaps, is the fact that the document shows in stark detail how the political ideology of so many of those who govern us today was shaped by the unspeakable communist creed of the Soviet Union.

Now, doesn't that all sound incredibly familiar? The unions, the educational institutions from Pre-School to post graduate, the news media, activist judges, etc. They are all almost completely under the control of the left. The left, which was inspired by communists and dictators.

We must stand and fight. We must get these commies out of power everywhere! If we fail, we are doomed.


wolfie said...

Of course, the rather small number of actual agents of the USSR couldn't have done nearly as much damage had it not been for the large number of "fellow travelers," that is, communist sympathizers who did everything to undermine the West EXCEPT commit overt treason. Then there were the "useful idiots."

Wait! Why am I using the past tense? As you point out, they're still with us, and more widespread than ever.

We still need to fight the Cold War.

Anonymous said...

We could lose our country, but they will still not win. Communism without capitalism will fail.
It will be bloody.
England is facing a very harsh future.