AMERICA IN THE BICENTENNIAL YEAR SHOWED MANY OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF RUSSIA IN 1910. The white middle class is working hard, saving money, educating their children, and buying real estate and insurance from their earnings.
On the surface, it seems a comfortable, predictable world, but terrible forces are at work. Like Russia in 1910, America in 1976 has well organized revolutionary groups infiltrating every part of society, and especially into the religious, educational, and governmental institutions.
As for the press, one need hardly mention that journalism has always been one of the most sordid types of prostitution, and American journalists have eagerly allied themselves with what they believe to be the great power of the immediate future, the Satanic powers of international Communism.
Despite the billions of dollars which Americans are spending on insurance, they are not spending one cent on any insurance against the only real threat on the horizon, that is, the certainty that all of their property will be confiscated and that they will be placed in forced labour camps to work and to die.
The following quote stands for itself: “Many camp points were known for executions and mass graves; Orotukan, and Polyamy Spring, and Svistoplyas, and Annushka, and even the agricultural camp Dukcha, but the most famous of all on this account were the Zolotisy Goldfields.