Back by popular demand, Jimmy from Brooklyn once again joined Trevor Loudon on LoudonClear. Tonight, the guys discussed radical influence operators.
Listen to the disturbing revelations about how black Americans and students are targets, as well as how Americans perceive Islam is a direct result of these agents of influence.
Who is behind all this? Communists, of course!
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I used to listen to Bob Grant – just to hear Jimmy from Brooklyn.
but here is some background reading:
TOO BAD FOR COMMIES that Yeltsin opened the Soviet Archives::
** Engineering Communism – How two americans spied for stalin and founded the soviet Silicon Valley.
Steven T. Usdin; (Yale University Press, 2005) (re Barr & Sarant)
>> you thought it was just the Bomb ? Nope – they stole EVERYTHING !
* The Secret World of American Communism, Klehr, Haynes, Firsov; (Yale U, 1995)
* The Soviet World of American Communism, Klehr, Haynes, Anderson, (Yale U, 1998)
** The Crown Jewels, West, Tsarev; (Yale U, 1999)
>> see the chapter on what PHILBY was doing for the NKVD
* The Haunted Wood, Weinstein, Vassiliev, (RandomHouse, 1999)
* Perjury – the Hiss-Chambers case, Weinstein, (RandomHouse, 1997)
* Bombshell, Albright, Kunstel, (TimesBooks, 1997)
* Dossier -The secret history of Armand Hammer, Epstein, (RandomHouse,1996)
* Hollywood Party, Billingsley, (Forum, 1998)
>> the left blabbers about blacklists – guess who was blacklisting actors !
>> and the Script Readers Guild was sending scripts to the CPUSA ‘cultural commissar’ for approval.
* Commies, Radosh, (Encounter, 2001)
* Red Star over Hollywood, Radosh, (Encounter )
* The Venona Secrets, Romerstein, Breindel, (Regnery, 2000)
* Venona, Haynes, Klehr, (Yale 1999)
* Venona – the greatest secret of the cold war, Nigel West, (HarperCollins,2000)
* Clever Girl – Elizabeth Bentley, Lauren Kessler, (HarperCollins, 2003)
** Blacklisted by History, M. Stanton Evans, (Crown Forum 2007)
* Spies – The Rise and Fall of the KGB in America, Haynes, Klehr, Vassiliev, (Yale U, 2009)
* REDS, Ted Morgan, (RandomHouse 2003) – no mention of Richard Pipes work.
** In Stalin’s Secret Service, W.G.Krivitsky, (Enigma, 2000)
* The Man Behind the Rosenbergs, Alexander Feklisov, Sergei Kostin, intro R.Radosh (Enigma, 2001)
* Treason, Ann Coulter, (Crown Forum 2003)
* Red Files – Secrets from the Russian Archives, G. Feifer, (TV Books 2000)
* Roosevelt’s Secret War, Joseph E. Persico (Random House 2002)
** Double Lives, Stephen Koch (Enigma 2004)
** The Sword and the Shield – The Metrokhin Archive, Andrew & Metrokhin (Basic Books 1999)
** The Black Book of Communism.
*** Richard Pipes – The Unknown Lenin – and all other works
>> check out The Frankfurt School – MARCUSE, ADORNO, et al