Peace Behind Me, War in Front of Me

The communist insurgency in America is not merely a local event. It is intimately bound up with a long-range revolutionary policy, based on an ever-evolving Leninist theory. This is something our experts and pundits have long missed. Communist China’s founder, Mao Zedong, was a Marxist-Leninist. On September 15, 1954, speaking before the First National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China, Mao stated, “The theoretical basis guiding our thinking is Marxism-Leninism.”

In 1948, on the eve of victory in China’s civil war, Mao said: “without a party built on Marxist-Leninist revolutionary theory … it is impossible to lead … the broad masses … in defeating imperialism and its running dogs.” This stance did not change during the intervening 72 years, notwithstanding the deceptive policies of Deng Xiaoping. Deng’s “state capitalism” was a Marxist-Leninist “maneuver” modeled on Lenin’s New Economic Policy (NEP) of the 1920s.

Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping, the current president of China, affirmed his adherence to the “theory” of Marxism-Leninism in his 5 January 2013 speech before the National People’s Congress, when he said: “It is Marxism-Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought that guided the Chinese people out of the darkness of that long night and established a new China….” Xi warned against abandoning Marxism-Leninism. He pointed to the mistaken reforms of Gorbachev, which rendered the Soviet Communist Party dysfunctional. China must not flirt with such reforms, he warned, quoting an ancient Chinese saying to the effect that erasing the past effectively erases a people. Any repudiation of Marxism-Leninism, he added, is “historical nihilism.”

Xi Jinping is a militant communist. The West is confused, said Xi, if they mistake the CCP leadership for capitalists. He quoted Deng Xiaoping: “Mao Zedong thought cannot be discarded. Throwing this banner out negates the glorious history of our party.” Xi then said, “This is the vision of a great Marxist politician.”

Western experts are often dismissive of such statements. They do not grasp the tactical flexibility and pragmatism of Marxism-Leninism. They mistake the rigid determination of the communist for rigid dogmatism. It was none other than Stalin himself who explained, in his Foundations of Leninism, that every idea must be tested. If an idea proves faulty, a proper Marxist discards it. Marxism is not about ideological slogans. It is about the seizing of power. In this context, Stalin wrote:

This is why Lenin said that ‘revolutionary theory is not a dogma,’ that it assumes final shape only in close connection with the practical activity of a truly mass and truly revolutionary movement.

Stalin then proceeded to mock one of the slogans of the Second International, which sought to “make war against war.” This noble ideal of the socialists was ridiculously self-negating. According to Stalin the history of dogmatic socialist pronouncements was “utterly false and utterly rotten.” Dogmatic socialism, he declared, was full of “pompous slogans and resolutions to cloak their anti-revolutionary deeds.”

Violent deeds, in the context of America’s present communist “insurgency,” are facilitated by carefully constructed narratives (utilizing slogans). The revolution, noted Stalin, is not about dogmatic pronouncements. Today’s slogans are tactical contrivances dictated by Lenin’s “theory” of revolution. Remember: it’s a theory, not a dogma. Stalin implies that all slogans are, in fact, deceptive — based on whatever works to win a mass following. What matters is not the slogans per se. What matters is their effectiveness at provoking deeds. It was Lenin who said that bourgeois democracy was addicted to slogans rather than deeds. This helps to explain the weakness of Western democracies confronted by the “specter” of communism. The bourgeois politicians talk big, but they fail to deliver. The typical Western politician covers up his “shortcomings by a deceptive show of well-being,” noted Stalin. It is the communists’ job to annihilate this “deceptive show.” Every communist narrative underscores the alleged “deceptive” nature of capitalism. The communist undoubtedly does this by deceptions of his own (though Stalin passes over this subtlety without comment).

Today’s communist narrative argues that white America is racist. The narrative holds that Trump is an illegitimate president because he is racist, sexist and homophobic. No real evidence of these charges is ever produced. The narrative persuades by repetition, by volume, by intimidation and violence. The violence in America’s streets furthers the idea that America is a failed state. Capitalism has failed, say the communists, to solve its most basic social and environmental problems. Every narrative advanced by the Marxists is calculated to justify revolutionary violence. Each narrative is designed to enrage a subset of the population and thereby intensify what Lenin called “the revolutionary crisis”; to promote “the growth of elements of an explosion on the … internal front in the ‘metropolises,’” said Stalin.

You turn the people of the chief capitalist country against themselves. Meanwhile, you field a heavily armed coalition of anti-capitalist states abroad (e.g., China, North Korea, Iran, Cuba, Russia, etc.). Lenin’s theory of revolution combines the two elements — “the front of the revolutionary proletariat and the front of colonial emancipation” — into a unified attack. In the present instance, Antifa and Black Lives Matter are stand-ins for the “revolutionary proletariat.” The alliance of China and Russia — with Russia’s military buildup in the Arctic and China’s buildup in the Pacific — is readying a war from abroad.

According to Lenin: “Revolution is impossible without a nation-wide crisis” affecting all classes. There should be, tied into this, “a governmental crisis, which draws even the most backward masses into politics.” This is what makes the rapid overthrow of the government possible. [See Lenin’s Collected Works, Vol. XXV, p. 222.]

What do we see on every front? Crisis. Meanwhile, an adroit combination of domestic revolution and overseas war promises to deliver a knockout blow to the United States. The country’s nuclear deterrent is already rotted by neglect, and may be abandoned or neutralized through chaos and demoralization. What follows, then, is the final victory of communism throughout the world.

If this sounds like a remote possibility, consider the following: The leaders of the Democratic Party are plotting to divide the nation by creating maximum confusion over the election results. According to Ben Smith, writing in the New York Times, a group of former government officials gamed a number of scenarios. Everything was done in each case to dispute the election and divide the country into warring camps. Of particular interest was a scenario in which California, Oregon and Washington … “threatened to secede from the United States if Mr. Trump took office.”

Why focus on the secession of California, Oregon and Washington? Think of what Lenin taught. The domestic revolution must be combined with war from abroad. With so many blue states to choose from, the states they are proposing for secession sit on the Pacific Ocean, facing China — exposed to China’s military sealift and airlift capacity. Could this be a coincidence? No, it is not a coincidence. It is pure strategy.

With so many blue states to choose, the logic behind this geographical choice — in a political war game — is as obvious as the half million Chinese troops positioned as if to invade Taiwan. Let us not forget what General Chi Haotian said about this many years ago:

….our military battle preparation appears to aim at Taiwan but in fact is aimed at the United States, and the preparation is far beyond the scope of attacking aircraft carriers or satellites.

It would be plainly stupid to ignore the military logic behind the idea of having California, Oregon and Washington secede from the Union. Add to this Xi Jinping’s public message to the Chinese military in July, telling them to prepare for war. Against who? He did not say. Of course, Marxism-Leninism is pretty explicit in this regard — as if the Marxists in our streets are not telltale enough.

Meanwhile, Chinese social media reveals a population readying for war. Chinese army commanders are telling their soldiers that war is coming. The signs are everywhere. Consider the following RT Segment:



Last but not least, there is this slick advertisement for the Chinese Army which uses the phrase, “Peace behind me, war in front of me.” See for yourself.




Translation of Xi Jinping speech of 5 January 2013 —



Below is a twitter link. The Chinese are storing food in anticipation of war with The United States. Belief in a coming war is widespread.



27 May 2020 – Xi Jinping tells Chinese military to prepare for war. Is it against India, US or Taiwan? – From India Today

27 May 2020 – U.S. Warns of Russian Arctic Military Buildup: “Who puts missiles on icebreakers?”— High North News

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (video below) broadcasts press interview from bunker in April. He is extremely nervous and uncharacteristically uncomfortable when question of the United States comes up. This man is usually very cool. What is making him so nervous? What is going on behind the scenes?



A source, highly placed, in communist government(s), reported in May that Russia and China are planning “aggressive moves” against the U.S. leading to war. Exact timetable unknown.

Russian source, tied to Russian government, alleges plan of coordinated action: source says Iran via Hezbollah has agreed to initiate a war against Israel as a strategic diversion by mass Hezbollah rocket attack. The objective is to draw U.S. carrier groups off of China and into Arabian Sea area so that North Korea and China can begin “operations.” There are no specifics as to what these operations would involve.

China is rapidly deploying a cross-Pacific amphibious capability. Please look at the Type 071 transport — then read

Vostok 18 exercise involved Russian and Chinese troops. Basically, a sensible interpretation is that Russians were practicing an invasion of Alaska, however masked (not very hard to read, actually).

Quote from Chi Haotian’s secret speech comes from the second-to-last paragraph in the speech:


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