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The Communist Takeover of America Predicted in the Congressional Record, 1963

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Between capitalist and communist society there lies the period of the revolutionary transformation of the one into the other. Corresponding to this is also a political transition period in which the state can be nothing but the revolutionary dictatorship of the proletariat.

Karl Marx / <cite>https://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1875/gotha/ch04.htm</cite>

It was not until 1847 or 1848, that the Communist conspirators, who had theretofore operated in secret, came out in the open with the Manifesto of the Communist Party, by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, boldly proclaiming against practically everything upon which civilization is based--God, religion, the family, individual liberty, and so forth--the concluding paragraph of the manifesto reading:

"Communists scorn to hide their views and aims. They openly declare that their purpose can only be achieved by the forcible overthrow of the whole extant social order. Let the ruling classes tremble at the prospect of a Communist revolution. Proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win. Proletarians of all lands, unite."

”In issuing this manifesto the Communist conspirators evidently believe the time had arrived when, with the aid of ignorant victims, a world-wide take-over could be accomplished; but there were not enough ignorant victims then, and the expected coup failed.

“The Communist conspirators thereupon conceived the plan, for the future, of supplementing the long-established secret conspiracy, in existence since May 1, 1776, with an unremitting publish campaign for victims among the ignorant of all nations. And, in an attempt to hide from view the underlying hypocritical conspiracy existing since May 1, 1776, it was decided that, in such public campaign, the manifesto of 1848 should be heralded as the founding date of communism, and Karl Marx falsely proclaimed as its author.

1953 California Legislature / <cite>Eleventh Report Senate Investigating Committee On Education</cite>

I think the Communist conspiracy is merely a branch of a much larger conspiracy.

Dr. Bella Dodd / <cite>once a member of the National Committee of the Communist Party, USA</cite>

Now try to substitute for the Junker-capitalist state, for the landowner-capitalist state, a revolutionary-democratic state, i.e., a state which in a revolutionary way abolishes all privileges and does not fear to introduce the fullest democracy in a revolutionary way. You will find that, given a really revolutionary-democratic state, state- monopoly capitalism inevitably and unavoidably implies a step, and more than one step, towards socialism!

Vladimir Lenin / <cite>https://www.marxists.org/archive/lenin/works/1917/ichtci/11.htm#v25zz99h-360</cite>

In 1918, Germany and Russia had become the most striking embodiment of the material realisation of the economic, the productive and the socio-economic conditions for socialism, on the one hand, and the political conditions, on the other.

Vladimir Lenin / <cite>https://www.marxists.org/archive/lenin/works/1921/apr/21.htm</cite>

To make things even clearer, let us first of all take the most concrete example of state capitalism. Everybody knows what this example is. It is Germany. Here we have “the last word” in modern large-scale capitalist engineering and planned organisation, subordinated to Junker-bourgeois imperialism. Cross out the words in italics, and in place of the militarist, Junker, bourgeois, imperialist state put also a state, but of a different social type, of a different class content—a Soviet state, that is, a proletarian state, and you will have the sum total of the conditions necessary for socialism.

Vladimir Lenin / <cite>https://www.marxists.org/archive/lenin/works/1921/apr/21.htm</cite>

It was the Communists that kept insisting that a “New Era for the World” was coming and a surety. The terms that they employed have a striking resemblance to terms sacred to all Freemasons. Terms like perfected, indissoluble, unalterable, equal, real, social, community, communal, egalitarian and probity etc smack of the lodges

James Billington / <cite>Fire In The Minds of Men (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

When the word ("Communism") first appeared publicly in 1840, it spread throughout the continent with a speed altogether unprecedented in the history of such verbal epidemics...It was just after the revolution of 1830 that Socialism came into widespread positive usage for the first time and it rapidly became one of the “sacramental words of the epoch"

James Billington / <cite>Fire In The Minds of Men (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

...it is more interesting to learn...that Karl Marx was not the real founder of Communist world revolution. Its true father was Adam Weishaupt, founder of the freemasonic order of the Illuminati

Louis Marschalko / <cite>The World Conquerors (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

The farcical socialistic rhetoric of the Illuminati and their directed revolutionary iconoclasts was a ploy to engender necessary camaraderie between disaffected men who were no longer able to stomach religious or political affiliation. No less a theocracy, it was a replacement for Christianity and Judaism that were no longer attractive to the newly literate men and women of the lower and middle classes. Communism, Humanism, and Socialism had become a thinking man's new religions.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

Communism is not Jewish, Communism is not Zionist, Communism is Jesuit

Eric John Phelps / <cite>quoted by Michael Tsarion</cite>

Many students of atheistic communism are under the impression that Marx started the movement about the time he wrote the Communist Manifesto in 1848, when actually, the fires of communist revolution had already been smoldering in Europe for at least seventy-five years. Significantly Churchill charged that this subversive conspiracy "played a definitely recognizable part in the tragedy of the French Revolution."

However, Churchill gives first place among communist revolutionaries not to Marx, but to "Spartacus-Weishaupt."

Robert Henry Goldsborough / <cite>Lines of Credit: Ropes of Bondage</cite>
Thomas Sowell / <cite>Dismantling America</cite>

The hard fact is that American taxpayers unknowingly have been making monthly bank payments on behalf of Communist, socialist, and so-called Third-World countries for many years.

G. Edward Griffin / <cite>The Creature From Jekyll Island</cite>

Contrary to the Marxian myth, they [Communists] have never represented the people. They simply have the guns.

G. Edward Griffin / <cite>The Creature From Jekyll Island</cite>

It (the Communist Manifesto of 1848) has expressly abolished, prohibited all rights of inheritance, either by law or by will . . . They have promulgated decrees relating to marriage and divorce which practically establishes a state of 'free life' (abortion). Their effect has been to furnish a vehicle for the legalizing of prostitution by permitting annulment of the marriage bonds at the whim of the parties.

Congressional Record, House, July 3, 1926, page 12,942 / <cite>as quoted by Dr. John Coleman in What You Should Know About the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights</cite>

Does it not seem strange that Communism fell without a struggle? Is it not curious that the system which was born out of class conflict and revolution and which maintained itself by force and violence for almost a century just went away on its own? Communism was not overthrown by people rising up with clubs and pitchforks to throw off their yoke of tyranny. There was no revolution or counterrevolution, no long period of fragmentation, no bloody surges between opposing forces. Poof! It just happened. True, there was blood in the streets in those areas where opposing groups vied for power, but that was after Communism had departed, not before. Such an event had never occurred in history. Until then, it had been contrary to the way governments act; contrary to the very nature of power which never surrenders without a life-and-death struggle.

G. Edward Griffin / <cite>The Creature From Jekyll Island</cite>

When did Communism depart? We are not quite sure. All we know is that one day we opened our newspapers and it was accomplished.

G. Edward Griffin / <cite>The Creature From Jekyll Island</cite>

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