Saturday, September 11, 2010

Pink terror? - Three Russians arrested outside Georgia power plant.

Plant McIntosh, thermo electric power plant, primarily natural gas.
981 Old Augusta Rd., Rincon, GA 31326
Latitude, longitude: 32.3519048, -81.1755324 Google Map
By now you may have heard that three Russians (one from Kazakhstan) were arrested outside of a United States power plant on Sunday, September 5th in possession of a machete, shovel, wire cutters and ski masks. It is reported that the men WERE RELEASED after being interviewed by federal Joint Terrorism Task Force members and are said to be - "leaving the country soon".
Here is a link to the media report - Effingham deputies call feds after arresting Russians with shovel, wire cutters outside Georgia Power plant |

Below, I have highlighted two thought provoking reader comments from the savannahnow report.

Not shocked at all
By Pete-tsuMann | 09/11/10 - 04:28 pm
This was predicted by KGB defector Anatoliy Golitsyn. He wrote two books, 'Perestroika Decepton' and 'New Lies for Old.' In them he laid out the Soviet plan to deceive the West and win the world to communism. (by all means possible) He predicted (correctly) the Sino-Soviet split, the cold war, the 'collapse' of the USSR, the fall of the Berlin wall, a period of detante with the west and then the reconsolidation of Russia and China. There are several phases to the Soviet deception, and I believe we are in The Final Phase. It includes, among other things, gray terror, pink terror, and red terror. The first is conducted by third party actors, but with communist influence and support behind the scene. The second, pink terror, is conducted by actors who have more obvious communist ties and allegiances. The third kind of terror attack would be a red terrorist attack. It is just what it sounds like: an attack by the 'reds'. It will be conducted by obvious communist troops or agents. I believe this might have been a 'pink' terror event.

KGB Defector Major Anatoliy Golitsyn
By Dean Jackson | 09/11/10 - 07:58 pm
Pete-tsuMann, you took the wind out of my sails! In 1961 KGB defector Major Golitsyn told the West that the USSR had by 1959 settled on a new long-term deception policy to lull the West into complacency. He said the USSR would liberalize and that the Berlin Wall would come down, and that the Warsaw Pact would disappear. In a July 4 1984 memo to the CIA Golitsyn said: "At this time, the Soviet strategists may replace the old leader, Konstantin Chernenko, who is actually only a figurehead, with a younger Soviet leader who was chosen some time ago as his successor, namely Comrade Gorbachev. One of his major tasks will be to implement the so-called liberalisation." -- A. Golitsyn, 'The Perestroika Deception'. Gorbachev took power in the USSR the next year in March 1985, and as we all know he started the liberalization process! So here we have Golitsyn in 1961 correctly predicting Soviet behavior in 1985! Golitsyn was also correct in naming Gorbachev as the next leader of the USSR, and that Gorbachev would become the new leader soon! This is proof that Golitsyn was a genuine defector. He is also the only KGB/GRU defector that the media never talks about. Also, he is the only KGB/GRU defector who doesn't do the lecture circuit, because he can't. If he did the lecture circuit he'd end up dead. Golitsyn also said in 1961 that the emerging Sino/Soviet split was a fraud. In a 1965 State Department White Paper (Google: 1965 state department white paper) on the Vietnam War, the American government said that the Chinese government was assisting the North Vietnamese in the war. At the time, the Chinese were the enemies of North Vietnam who were allies of the USSR. The fact that the Chinese were assisting a nation that was an ally of the USSR is proof that Golitsyn was correct about the false Sino/Soviet split. Both of Golitsyn's books are free to read on the Internet. They are: 'New Lies for Old' and 'The Perestroika Deception'. Good reading! So for those of you who had doubts about the "collapse" of the USSR in 1991, but didn't know about Anatoliy Golitsyn, good for you. You're brighter than most!

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