Communism Through Gramscian Eyes
"Those who accept uncritically the idea that "Communism is dead" fail to understand the true nature of the enemy. Communism is not an ideology in which one believes. Rather, it is a criminal conspiracy in which one enlists."
"The hard core of the Communist movement consisted of ruthless criminals, clear-eyed in their understanding of the intellectual errors of Marxism, who were willing to employ any necessary means to obtain the power they sought. For such hardened, hate-intoxicated conspirators, ideology is a tactic, a means of mobilizing supporters and rationalizing criminal actions.
The Bolsheviks did not come to power in Russia by any uprising of the workers and peasants, but by a coup d' etat, orchestrated by a tightly disciplined Marxist cadre and ultimately consolidated by civil war. They also received--lest it be forgotten--critical help from Western political and banking elites."
"The only popular revolutionary upheavals recorded in the 20th century have been anti-Marxist "counter-revolutions," such as the revolt in Berlin in 1954 and the Hungarian uprising of 1956."[Actually, concerning the Hungarian "revolt" I'm sorry to say recent information and research in Hungary confirm the fact that this "popular uprising" was in fact orchestrated and planned by the Soviet Communists, to manifacture an excuse not to leave Hungary after the agreed timespan with the West, of 10 years of "control."/Draken]
From the article <a href="http://www.grecoreport.com/gramsci's_grand_plan.htm">Gramsci's Grand Plan</a>
Three things are sacred to me: first Truth, and then, in its tracks, primordial prayer; Then virtue–nobility of soul which, in God walks on the path of beauty. Frithjof Schuon