The Making of a Communist Agent in the Most Unlikely of Places

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Since the Monster of North Korea has raised its head in defiance of everything good, we should take a look back at its behavior so we can see more clearly how it operates now to deceive America into a [false] sense of self-blame.  It was in the North Korean War that this beast revealed its true colors which are on open display now if anyone cares to know what’s hidden beneath the mass Communist propaganda aimed at the North Korean people and its neighbor, South Korea.

Charlie Moore provides such a perspective in his Dailymail.com article “Horrifying portraits of American soldiers torturing women with pliers…” [September 28, 2017] seen here.   As you scroll through the portraits of the many false depictions of American soldiers torturing their many innocent victims, don’t let yourself be deceived.  American troops did none of the acts depicted in the paintings.  These pictures are, however true and correct examples of Soviet Communist hypnotic propaganda intended to induce the people of North Korea into believing it is America who are the evildoers, not their own North Korean dictatorship.  The pictures are undeniable examples of the false blame placed on a political enemy, America, in order to deflect blame away from the true perpetrators, the North Korean dictators themselves.

Now I want you to translate these pictures into the modern propaganda imagery thrust on the American people every day by imagining each picture simplified to be much more-subtle, less obvious images and messages.  Imagine, for example, all the constant messages about “victim rights” and the anti-American image of NFL players defying their patriotic obligation to salute the flag of freedom and human dignity for which hundreds of thousands of Americans have died.  The images are of protesters and mob violence in the streets and universities of America, and the constant message in our movies and t.v. shows that America is to blame for being greedy, selfish, and mean.  The graphic images provided by Mr. Moore represent the visible surface structure of the subterranean, subtle, and seductive Communist hypnotic imagery that has been injected into all America’s multi-media of today. These too, like the North Korean paintings, are meant only to deceive. The false and deceptive nature of the 1950s paintings are obvious to us now, but the messages within them still resonate in their place at the much more subtle level of modern Communist propaganda in America. So, when you sense a hypnotic propaganda message in the future, think back to what it really is by comparison to these graphic, but false images from 1950s North Korea.

Let’s take this a step further.  What’s the end result of someone having been seduced and taken prisoner by Communist propaganda?  The short answer is that they begin to act differently.  Consider, for example, the recent Breitbart.com article by Kistina Wong “Exclusive: West Point Professor Who Mentored Antifa Soldier on Leave” [September 28, 2017] seen here.  Wong’s report chronicles the making of a Communist agent at West Point Military Academy, of all places.  The method was for a professor, who was already a Communist agent, to convert one of his student protege to Communism through the seductive use of the power of his authority. Notice the professor apparently teaches “Middle East history…” and he went so far as to “mentor” his subordinate.  Instead of being a genuine professor, however, we can piece-it-together that he is a secret Communist agent who has manipulated his subordinate into accepting, endorsing, and propagating the beliefs and objectives of Satanic Communism. This is the result of the hypnotic seductions using the bait of the lust to have superhuman powers over all others.

How can this happen?  It’s been happening in America for many decades as I suggest in The Hypnotic Communist.  Unlike the graphic North Korean pictures provided by Mr. Moore, however, it’s seductively Satanic in its subtlety and nature. The recruitment of a soldier in the American military to Communism is the most unlikely of conversions, but is an object lesson that shows just how affective the conditioning of human minds and hearts can be by our Communist enemies.