And So I Go: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

A Promise from the Past that is being Fulfilled today.

Posted on: May 17, 2010

quote from Nikita Kruschev:

We will take America without firing a shot…….We will BURY YOU! We can’t expect the American People to jump from Capitalism to Communism, but we can assist their elected leaders in giving them small doses of Socialism, until they awaken one day to find that they have Communism. “We do not have to invade the United States, we will destroy you from within. – (From an address to Western Ambassadors at the Polish embassy in Moscow on November 18, 1956.)


3 Responses to "A Promise from the Past that is being Fulfilled today."

You know, I always liked Kruschev when he had his little back and forth arguements with Kennedy. Especially the one when he banged his shoe on the desk at the UN I believe it was.

Looking back now, what he said doesn’t frighten me. But the leader we have today does. ss

I liked Kruschev too. I believed him to be sincere and as honest as world leaders can be when dealing with each other. He tested Kennedy with the Cuban Missile Crisis because he considered Kennedy weak and it would have been a real feather in his cap to get missiles so close to the United States as US missiles were close to Russia. And I never felt a fear of Russia using the missiles except that one time with the Cuban Missile conflict because they had missiles in place and could have damaged us terribly at that point. But their aim was never to kill but to take over as he promised Communism would do. You see if you listen to Yuri Bezmenov then Kruschev knew that the infiltration of America had already begun. These infiltrators did their jobs well and we are dealing with the crippled brain washed minds they left behind today starting with our President.

Another reason I guess I never feared the Russians and liked Kruschev: I am of Russian decent on my mother’s side and Kruschev with his Slavic face just reminded me of the grandfathers in my neighborhood. The Russian and Polish and Hungarian older men and women were Grandpaps and Babas (bubba) to all of us kids no matter who we really belong too. There was a lap to sit on, a story to hear a cookies or doughnut to eat and a slap on the behind if we needed it. BB

Yes, Brenda, those were the Good Old Days! Long time passing. (that phrase from a song, just popped into my head).

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