>Pictured here: Gennady Zyuganov, chair of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (CPRF), and Li Changchun, member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
In his prophetic 1984 work New Lies for Old, KGB defector Anatoliy Golitsyn warned that after staging the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe, a new “post”-communist Russia would mend the potemkin “Sino-Soviet split” by establishing a new strategic partnership between Moscow and Beijing. Such a partnership would have terrified the West into adopting a highly militaristic and–from the communist perspective–undesirable posture during the First Cold War (1945-1991). Golitsyn referred to the new Sino-Soviet rapprochement as “one clenched fist.”
Before long, the communist strategists might be persuaded that the balance had swung irreversibly in their favor. In that event they might well decide on a Sino-Soviet “reconciliation.” The scissors strategy would give way to the strategy of “one clenched fist.” At that point the shift in the political and military balance would be plain for all to see. Convergence [between East and West] would not be between two equal parties, but would be on terms dictated by the communist bloc (pages 345-346).
Fast forward to the 2001 Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship and the first-ever Sino-Soviet military exericses, Peace Mission 2005, which we analyzed last year in this blogsite. Indeed, as Golitsyn predicts, policymakers in Washington DC have taken due note of the Moscow-Beijing strategic partnership. The shift in the “political and military balance” of the world has moved from a communist-infiltrated NATO to the communist-dominated Trans-Asian Axis.
The continuing harmony of interests between the covertly ruling Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) and the overtly ruling Communist Party of China was recently confirmed through the presence of Gennady Zyuganov in Beijing on December 14, 2006. This occurred a few weeks after Comrade Gennady discreetly accompanied President Vladimir Putin to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in Hanoi, where the former conferred with Vietnam’s communist officials. That latter tidbit of news was published nowhere except the website of the CPRF and at Once Upon a Time in the West. Following the 2004 reorganization of the Union of Communist Parties-CPSU as the restored CPSU, Soviet communists deplored the Sino-Soviet split and stressed the importance of a united bloc between Moscow and Beijing to oppose the “unipolar hegemony” (or imperialism, to use old-fashioned communist rhetoric) of the USA. These party documents have been published at our blogsite.
China, Russia pledge to boost party-to-party exchanges
BEIJING, Dec. 14 (Xinhua) — A top Chinese official on Thursday called for more cooperation between China and Russia, including the exchanges between parties.
Li Changchun, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), met with Gennady Zyuganov, president of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation.
The two officials agreed on further deepening the exchanges and cooperation between the two parties.
China-Russia strategic partnership of cooperation has developed “fast and well”, withstanding the test of complicated international situation since its establishment ten years ago, said Li.
The two sides have strengthened political mutual trust, increased economic and trade cooperation, and shared broad consensus on various key international and regional issues, Li said. “China and Russia have become important forces in safeguarding world and regional peace and stability.”
Li also expressed his best wishes for the success of the China Year in Russia in 2007, expecting it will carry on bilateral friendship.
Zyuganov congratulated on the success of Russia Year in China this year.
The year of 2007 marks the 10th anniversary of the signing of the cooperative agreement between the two communist parties. Zyuganov said he and his party will go on intensifying cooperation with the CPC and make concerted efforts for a successful China Year in Russia, lifting the strategic partnership of cooperation to a new height.
According to China Vitae, which publishes the activities of high-ranking Chinese dignitaries, Zyuganov previously met CPC officials in Beijing on April 23 and September 2, 2004.
The Communist Bloc’s long-range plan of deception, subversion, and destruction of the West continues unhindered and unnoticed by the shopping mall regime. That the “ruling” United Russia party is merely a crypto-Stalinist front for the CPRF and restored CPSU is evident in the cooperation protocol that Comrade Czar Putin’s pro-Kremlin party inked with the CPC in 2004. The fact that President Putin’s putative political enemy Zyuganov has the freedom to visit Russia’s primary strategic partner and discuss communist policy with the Butchers of Beijing should prompt one to ask: “Who’s really in charge in the Kremlin?”
In previous blogs we have also noted how the restored CPSU, under the leadership of Stalinist and August 1991 coup plotter Oleg Shenin and his colleague Zyuganov, is carefully monitoring the “red spread” in Latin America. It is evident that Venezuela’s neo-communist dictatorship is likewise carefully monitoring the plans of Soviet communists to restore the USSR by 2010. The Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV), the CPRF, and the restored CPSU–of which the CPRF is the Russian section–coordinate their activities through various components of the Red International, such as the International Communist Seminar, hosted by the Workers’ Party of Belgium. The PCV supports President Chavez and is presently reviewing the possibility of joining Comrade Hugo’s proposed pro-presidential “United Socialist Party of Venezuela.”
The West–including its governments, militaries, intelligence and security agencies, and shopping mall economies–cannot cope with a Soviet communist coup d’etat in Moscow. Indeed, Western morale and the Western worldview is incapable of processing such information. We have been informed that communism is dead, although Latin America is now in the grip of revitalized communist regimes. Had the West heeded the warnings of Golitsyn and other East Bloc defectors 20 years ago, its inhabitants might now be prepared spiritually and militarily to eradicate the communist pestilence. This is unlikely now.
While the Venezuelan state media does not mention the restored CPSU by name, its goals and operations are mentioned within the context of the CPRF.
Russian Communists insist to fight by restitution of the USSR
By: Agency Bolivariana de Noticias (ABN)
Date of publication: 20/01/07
Moscow, 20 Ene. ABN. – The Communist party of the Federation of Russia (PCFR), led by Guennadi Ziuganov, urged east Saturday to compatible organizations continue fighting by the restoration of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), during a regional encounter, according to reported Latin Press.
“We considered that the restitution of the unified mother country must be the key task of our groupings and by that objective we will work of energetic way,” affirmed Ziuganov when taking part in the plenary session of the Council of the Union of Communist Parties of the old USSR.
The appointment, celebrated in the northeast of Moscow, the Russian capital, attended representatives of Bielorrusia, the Soviet Ukraine, Armenia and other ex- republics, according to a news article of the Vesti program, the Rossia channel.
The leader of the PCFR, second political force here, called to the cooperation between all the republics of the postSoviet space, because ‘ without the union of Russia, Bielorrusia, the Ukraine and of other nations sisters we do not have perspective históricá, sentenced Ziuganov.
The adopted resolution east Saturday emphasizes that all the parties formed in territories of the former USSR, continuators of the communist ideas, must be united in the fight by the Soviet power and the socialist direction.
The text formulates votes by the creation of a unified State, similar to which existed between the 15 republics until December of 1991.
Other strategies of the Communists for this year have to do with the coordination of actions and common positions against the manifestations of antiComunism, facist nationalism, the capitalist globalización and the expansionistic plans of the Organization of the Treaty of the North Atlantic (NATO).
For next June, the PCFR glides to celebrate an international conference dedicated to the “Great October and the contemporaneidad”, according to another document circulated between the press.
The Communists of the large stone bench of Ziuganov in the Russian state Duma (House of Representatives) list the partisan machinery in order to assure a vantage point in the regional elections March.
These elections to the parliamentary assemblies in 14 regions of Russia represent a barometer of the mood of the electorate, facing the joust of December for the renovation of mandates in the federal Duma and the presidential ones of 2008.