Stolen Archives Show the True History of Russia Collusion


Numerous examples are provided in a soon to be released book, Judgment in Moscow, by the heroic Soviet dissident, Vladimir Bukovsky.  He makes use of extensive first hand documents that he personally stole from Russia’s Central Committee (C.C.) archives, which have never before been accessible to Americans.

The media must be tripping over themselves to see what Bukovsky reveals…right?

Well, not so much.  Because the C.C. documents demonstrate, irrefutably, that the American Establishment was the one willingly and repeatedly colluding with Russia — an inconvenient fact.

This is history that the mainstream media don’t want Americans to know.  Bukovsky’s book was actually first published over two decades ago in many languages and countries.  But not in America.

Random House said it would publish it but then demanded that Bukovsky fundamentally alter its content — downplay the infiltration of the West by Russia!  Show how insignificant Russian actions were! — that Bukovsky had to walk away.  Afterward, no American publisher would touch it.

That’s especially remarkable, given Bukovsky’s accomplished life.  He spent over a decade in gulags, psychiatric wards, and labor camps and wrote a worldwide bestseller on it, To Build a Castle: My Life as a Dissenter.  He then went on to be an adviser to President Reagan and a personal friend of Prime Minister Thatcher.

Imagine that!  After such an extraordinary life, American publishers tried to lecture Bukovsky about what ideas on American-Russian relations were permissible.  They really did not want to talk about Russian collusion up until just recently.

The true history of collusion explored in Judgment in Moscow will be accessible only due to the efforts of a tiny independent publisher, Ninth of November, who wanted to get the truth out.

The stolen documents tell the story.  For instance, to cite just one of the many examples, there was collusion between America’s ABC and Russia’s C.C.  A 1966 secret C.C. document explained:  more

12 Comments on Stolen Archives Show the True History of Russia Collusion

  1. Remember when that Soviet “journalist” was on Nightline almost as much as Ted Koppel? I don’t remember his name but many of you should remember him. We were supposed to believe that the USSR could not be that bad if they allowed a propagandist reporter to be on American television as much as he was.

  2. This is just the tip of the iceberg of collusion. Western banksters have been financing both sides of the arms buildup during the cold war and before. Politicians on both sides needed a contrived enemy to control their citizenry through the fear of mutual destruction and that ruse continues to this day. This is the real reason the war-monger establishment fears a truce with Russia. That and both sides would unite against islam.

  3. This seems to look under the bed for monsters and find… dust. It has been dressed up in breathless drama, but taken in context, there really isn’t much there.

    But maybe it’ll make a few million on the market. Surely that’s a plus.

  4. What’s frightening about America’s future is how young people, so poorly educated in these historical matters (if at all), will still reflexively reject any criticism like this as false and refuse to consider giving it a fair hearing because it even LOOKS like it’s coming from a source similar to those they’ve been told to distrust. Not that they’ve tested for themselves and judged them untrustworthy; it’s as if they’ve been brainwashed by proxy, several steps removed.

    That goes way beyond brainwashing–that’s programming. There’s no better word for it.

    Hope for the future is dim when their votes count as much as yours does (or more, depending on where they vote).

  5. And Matt, he had company, Peter Arnett, Walter Cronkite, and Dan Rather. to mention just three.
    Today? Fugetaboutit! you have CNN, MSNBC,ABC, CBS and on and on.

  6. I’m not surprised in the least that Carter and ABC at various times tried to collude with communist to make them seem more moderate and to advance a disarmament agenda.

    The democrats were always way too sympathetic to the Soviets from their beginning and always ready to sell the nation out to advance the cause of global socialism (so long as they remained in charge).

  7. I have actually read this book. My uncle worked with the CATO institute and they had him speak. The author had it self published. It shows how McCarthy was right and other ways USSR did some culluding, particularly in universities and unions.

  8. Americans have been lied to for decades about Communism in the US. McCarthy was so right! So he had to be smeared. That is what is done to stymie truth.
    The Communists were influential members of FDR’s administration. FDR himself was a traitor to America.

    FDR ‘Covered Up Soviet Atrocity to Appease Stalin’
    Monday, 10 September 2012 10:09 AM

    American Reds, Soviet Stooges
    By Harvey Klehr
    July 3, 2017
    “Several hundred American Communists carried their devotion to the Soviet Union even further, working, mostly without recompense, for Soviet intelligence agencies.
    Virtually all of the approximately 500 Americans who served as Soviet spies between the ’30s and early ’50s, including senior government officials like Alger Hiss, Harry Dexter White and Laurence Duggan, were either Communists or Communist sympathizers.
    The C.P.U.S.A. had a clandestine apparatus that cooperated with the K.G.B. and the Soviet intelligence directorate, vetting potential recruits and occasionally suggesting useful sources. Three successive party leaders — Lovestone, Browder and Eugene Dennis — knew and approved of this relationship.

    That the leaders of an American political party always under attack for its Soviet connections would take the incredibly risky step of actually working with Soviet intelligence speaks volumes about the ultimate loyalties of the American Communist Party. ”

    The commie connection – FDR and Stalin
    By ◊ – June 23, 2015
    “Stalin had shown his true colors long before Roosevelt and Churchill took on as their ally the brave, bluff “Uncle Joe.” Had they never heard of the forced famine of Ukraine, the NKVD mass arrests, the Gulag camps, the purges and show trials, the murder of Trotsky, the invasions of Poland (with the Katyn Forest massacre of 15,000 Polish officers),
    Finland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania? All these things, and more, revealed not only the brutality of Stalin
    but the logic of Communism itself, which had begun its reign in Russia with the mass murder of Orthodox priests under Lenin. Communism was in essence a reversion to the principles of primitive warfare, directed not only against external enemies but against its own subjects if they resisted (or were even suspected of a disposition to resist) its tyranny.”

    “Confronting one’s own history is often difficult. The U.S. Presidency is now a repressive dictatorship.
    Much of the blame for setting this trend into motion lies at the feet of Roosevelt and his fellow travelers.”

    There is so much more to know.

  9. There is always so much more to know about history than we have been told. Looking for truth means turning over rocks to see what has been hidden. Then one has to either analyze or blindly reject whatever information gets revealed.

    Exposing Stalin’s Plan to Conquer Europe:
    How the Soviet Union ‘Lost’ the Second World War
    Daniel W. Michaels
    Viktor Suvorov (Vladimir Rezun)
    Poslednyaya Respublika (“The Last Republic”)
    Moscow: TKO ACT, 1996

    Suvorov presents a mass of evidence to show that when Hitler launched his “Operation Barbarossa” attack against Soviet Russia on June 22, 1941, German forces were able to inflict enormous losses against the Soviets precisely because the Red troops were much better prepared for war
    — but for an aggressive war that was scheduled for early July — not the defensive war forced on them by Hitler’s preemptive strike.

    In Icebreaker, Suvorov details the deployment of Soviet forces in June 1941,
    describing just how Stalin amassed vast numbers of troops and stores of weapons along the European frontier, not to defend the Soviet homeland but in preparation for a westward attack and decisive battles on enemy territory.

    History, lies, FDR, and Stalin
    “Contrary to modern mythology Roosevelt’s friendship with Stalin was not a necessity forced on him by war.
    It plainly started before the war started and never ended until Roosevelt’s death.
    The Roosevelt administration ran the Manhattan Project that developed the atomic bomb.
    Roosevelt’s administration allowed communists to spy unhampered throughout the project.
    Uncle Joe and his communist thugs were certainly the beneficiaries of American good will under FDR.

    Greatest president? No. Greatest traitor to the American way of life ever to rule.”

    Did the Roosevelt Administration Send Uranium and Other Atomic Materials to Stalin?
    These uranium shipments, erased from our historical memory but documented by Congress in 1950,
    took place at a time when the atomic development program known as the Manhattan Project was, we thought, our most precious secret.

    Why would Lend Lease, overseen by Hopkins — who was also, not incidentally, FDR’s liaison to atomic research — do such a thing?

    The answer may relate to something else we don’t learn about Harry Hopkins: FDR’s powerful wartime advisor may have been a Soviet agent — and “the most important of all Soviet wartime agents.”

  10. He warned publicly of the Communist threat to this country, so he was kidnapped into Soviet Russia. To never return.

    Did Larry McDonald Survive
    The ‘Shootdown’ Of KAL 007?
    From Dick Eastman

    “The drive of the Rockefellers and their allies is to create a one-world government combining supercapitalism and communism under the same tent, all under their control. Do I mean conspiracy? Yes I do. I am convinced there is such a plot, international in scope, generations old in planning, and incredibly evil in intent.” –Congressman Larry P. McDonald, 1976, (killed in the Korean Airlines 747 that was shot down by the Soviets)

    “The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieve/review by the authorities.”
    — Zbigniew Brzezinski, CFR member, founding member of the Trilateral Commission, National Security Advisor to five US presidents”

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