By: Trevor Loudon
Mikhail Gorbachev was never a reformer.
He was chosen by the Communist Party of the Soviet Union to carry out the greatest political scam in world history.
Glasnost and Perestroika were merely components of a long term strategy to deny the West an enemy (communism), in the hope of dissolving the Western Alliance. Once NATO was destroyed, or thoroughly compromised, the plan was for Russia to ally with a heavily infiltrated Germany to dominate Europe. Russia would ally with China and the always communist and neo-communist countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America, to achieve total world domination.
The Soviet Union’s last leader Mikhail Gorbachev warned Saturday that the world was on the “brink of a new Cold War” at an event to mark 25 years since the Berlin Wall’s fall, the German news agency DPA reported.
“The world is on the brink of a new Cold War. Some are even saying that it has already begun,” the 83-year-old said, amid tensions between the West and Russia over Ukraine.
He complained of a “breakdown of trust” in recent months, adding: “Let us remember that there can be no security in Europe without German-Russian partnership.”
He was attending an event organised by the Cinema for Peace Foundation, formed in Berlin in 2008.
Gorbachev, whose “perestroika” and “glasnost” reforms helped pave the way for the Wall’s fall on November 9, 1989, is attending three days of festivities in the German capital to mark the event.
In an interview with Switzerland’s RTS radio and TV network, due to aired on Sunday, Gorbachev said: “One sees new walls. In Ukraine, it’s an enormous ditch that they want to dig.”
He said NATO was no longer necessary but “wants to prove that it can save the world”.
On Thursday he had said he would seek to defend Russian President Vladimir Putin’s policies when he traveled to Germany and said he was convinced the Ukraine crisis provided an “excuse” for the United States to pick on Russia.
Russia is on the march in Europe, her ally China is on the rise in the East, most of Africa is under Chinese domination and most of Latin America is led by Marxists. And the United States has a pro-communist president.
Other than that, the security situation looks fine.