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New Zealand-based political commentator and filmmaker Trevor Loudon claims that eerie parallels exist between the Soviet takeover of Czechoslovakia in 1948 and the issues in play in America circa 2020. Instead of using military force in Czechoslovakia, a country which had a strong tradition of democracy, the Soviets created a one-party state using stealth means, including vote fraud among other techniques, he alleged.
“For more than 30 years, he has researched radical left, Marxist and terrorist movements and their covert influence on mainstream politics.” Loudon’s website indicates. In the alternative, the Southern Poverty Law Center has described him as a far-right conspiracy theorist.
In an interview with the pro-Trump Epoch Times, Loudon advanced some controversial assertions about how the USSR took control of Czechoslovakia in the context of what that may or may not mean for the U.S.
“It was done by election [in Czechoslovakia]. They had elections; there were allegations of vote fraud, but they got a few communists into government. Those communists were given key positions in the security and justice portfolios. They used those positions to go after their enemies, like Obama did with the IRS, for instance, and like what we’ve seen in the Russiagate scandal…the security organs were weaponized against the people the government didn’t like…to the point where all opposition was eventually squashed.”
As a result of this power play, the Soviets orchestrated a totalitarian government until the USSR collapsed in the 1980s. But it’s not just the Deep State, or the equivalent, that is a cause for concern, Loudon claimed. Censorship and de-platforming of conservatives and Republicans endanger free speech, he insisted, and there may be no turning back if dissenting views get permanently cancelled.
“We have massive big tech manipulation of our media, shutting out points of view they don’t like. This is revolution. This is tyranny in the brewing. And if this election is not settled, there’ll be no further opposition to this big agenda. And there will be no possibility to unite people to stage a comeback because we won’t have Facebook; we won’t have Twitter…and we will see a one-party state effectively set up in this country.”
Watch the video clip embedded below, which is a segment of a long interview, and draw your own conclusions.
"This is revolution. This is tyranny in the brewing. And if this election is not settled, there'll be no further opposition to this big agenda…We will see a one-party state."@newzealblog on the 'socialist revolution' & connections to #CCPChina.
— Jan Jekielek (@JanJekielek) November 29, 2020
For what it’s worth, the Democrat leader in the U.S. Senate, Chuck Schumer, has vowed to change America and the world if his party wins the two January runoffs in Georgia by flipping the two GOP seats and thus gains control of the chamber.
Parenthetically, back in 2018, historian Niall Ferguson predicted that “Silicon Valley is never going to let 2016 happen again.”
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