The Invisible Enemy by Edward Abboud
The title tells all. Mr. Abboud writes about the war that we are losing because we do not even know that it is happening, far less who the enemy is. As in any war, truth is the first casualty. This time lies are the main weapon. Conventional wars are noisy, dangerous, expensive and obvious. Even modern guerrilla wars are obvious. The enemy carries out the attack in his own time but the results of an ambush or an explosion are conspicuous. A war of subversion is different. Infiltrate and take over every important organization and you will eventually control everything. Newspapers, books, film, radio, political parties, the legal profession, business, religion, education all of these things are being brought under control. It is a battle for hearts and minds. At first it was not polite to talk about our attackers. Now it is becoming illegal. Mr. Abboud makes a case and gives the facts. Read for yourself. Think for yourself. Decide for yourself.
After 1917 brought us the Bolshevik Revolution a lot of people were worried about them. The agenda was world conquest; a butcher's bill of millions was a matter of indifference. What they failed to do by force they are now doing by treachery. Infiltrating governments has been a major success using the techniques pioneered by Antonio Gramsci, the chief theoretician of the communist party. The infiltrators are Lenin's useful idiots with a judicious mixture of rogues to steer them. Cultural Genocide using a flood of immigrants is the major thrust of their attack. One problem for them is the Internet which by passes the main stream media and threatens their monopoly of propaganda.
Look at the issues and see who is running the attack and you find that is largely Jews. A good start to learning about the problem is in Behind Communism by Frank L Britton. Benjamin Ginsburg, a Jew wrote Fatal Embrace, a book warning Jews that they are a bunch of chancers, cheating people and that they ought to clean up their act.
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