Thursday, July 12, 2012

The New Communist Bloc, or is it BRICS?

Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS)

The initial BRIC alliance of countries includes Brazil, Russia, India and China. The foreign ministers of these four countries first met at the initiative of Russia on 9 July 2008, during the G8 summit in Japan. South Africa officially became a member nation on 24 December 2010, after being formally invited by the BRIC countries to join the group. The group was then renamed BRICS – with the "S" standing for South Africa.

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The main aspirations of BRICS is to reform the global financial system and to become a diplomatic counterweight to the West (or so they say), objectives that presently appear quite achievable considering that investment inflow into BRICS countries has been growing by leaps and bounds since 2010, and amounted to an estimated $193bn in 2011, a figure which is expected to double this year. These facts were confirmed by the UN World Investment Report 2012, released last week. (Source)

Prior to South Africa's admission, and in the aftermath of the group’s first formal summit in Yekaterinburg, Russia, on 16 June 2009, the group announced a need for a new global reserve currency. The announcement instantly sparked a fall in the value of the dollar against other major currencies. This fact on its own is already an obvious indicator that BRICS poses a threat to western nations and particularly the United States.

In March 2012, during an interview with international TV channel CNN, South Africa’s Trade an Industry Minister, Rob Davies, said that the BRICS countries were questioning whether the governance of global finance institutions, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund were still relevant today. He also announced that trade between South Africa and other BRICS countries had grown immensely by 29 percent. He further performed his ‘communist duty’ quite diligently by attempting to appease negative U.S. sentiments by explaining why the proposal of the BRICS nations to move away from the dollar as a trading currency was not intended to be a slap in the face of the U.S. - (Source) -- And yes, for those who don’t know this – Rob Davies is a member of the South African Communist Party (SACP).

It has been argued that BRICS have little in common besides strong post-Cold War growth and large populations, and that their merger is for economic rather than political reasons. There is even strong sentiments of praise for the BRICS group of nations and their willingness to work together despite their different political systems, which is of course a complete and utter load of bollocks! Has the world completely forgotten about communism?

Has anybody considered the possibility that the driving force behind this group is none other than the old adversary called, Communism, and that these vipers are wearing a different veil -- all singing the same chorus but with a slightly modified tune?

Blade Nzimande, big chief of the South African Communist Party (SACP), and Minister for Higher Education and Training (God help our children) had the following to say about South Africa’s inclusion into the BRICS group:
“This is indeed a very significant development, which the SACP should welcome as a potentially progressive platform through which we can advance the key economic growth and developmental objectives of the national democratic revolution.”
- (Blade Nzimande as published on the Communist University website)

The mere fact that South Africa’s Communist University has made use of Google Groups, a FREE service initially developed and funded in the U.S., to host blabbermouth Nzimande’s drivel is but yet another sign of their hypocritical outlook on life.

Whether it be democratic revolution, economic revolution, or whatever – REVOLUTION is the only thing these bastards ever think and talk about... Have they ever ONCE stopped for a moment to contemplate the barbarity of their crazy philosophy, and the number of unnecessary deaths and human suffering it has caused over the ages?

Here’s a quick reminder:
USSR: 20 million deaths; China: 65 million deaths; Vietnam: 1 million deaths; North Korea: 2 million deaths; Cambodia: 2 million deaths; Eastern Europe: 1 million deaths; Latin America: 150,000 deaths; Africa: 1.7 million deaths; Afghanistan: 1.5 million deaths; the international Communist movement and Communist parties not in power: about 10,000 deaths.
- Courtois, Stéphane. (1999). "Introduction: the crimes of communism" in The Black Book of Communism. pp. 1–32.

So what connection does BRICS have with communism?

Russia, China, and South Africa’s connections with Communism is clearly obvious, but Brazil and India’s are not… This posting will thus point out a few unapparent facts concerning the last named two countries -- as briefly as possible, while at the same time providing links to external sources, which readers can explore at their own leisure. Brazil’s connection is relatively easy to present to readers, but India’s is somewhat complex and hazy, with roots dangling in the teachings and practices of the devil himself… Stay tuned, and you’ll see why!


While the history of communism in Brazil is neatly summarized in a few words in an online article titled, Communism in Brazil, it creates the erroneous impression that the current ‘democratic’ Brazilian political landscape was never seriously infected by this shady philosophy.... until you read the final paragraph:
“As the Communists moderated their positions, the Vargas regime gave amnesty to many of the Communist prisoners who were still being held. The Communist revolution had ended, however, for the time being. The Communists decided to take part in the democracy of Brazil, because they were now allowed to do so. One day, when the proletariat became more developed, they would start the Communist revolution.” Sound familiar?

Dilma Rousseff is the current and first female elected President of Brazil. She was inaugurated on the 1st of January 2011. (See: Ex-guerrilla to be Brazil's first female president). It is widely accepted among political analysts that she was handpicked by the former Brazilian President Luis Jose Inazio Lula Da Silva, or “Lula” - a committed Marxist revolutionary. - (Source)

“Lula” anoints Dilma Rousseff under the banner of the Communist Party of Brazil.
Picture Source: Romanticpoet's Weblog

Rousseff’s father, Pedro Rousseff (born Petar Rusev), was a Bulgarian lawyer and an active member of the Bulgarian Communist Party in the 1920s. He fled political persecution in Bulgaria in 1929, settling in France. He arrived in Brazil in the 1930s but soon moved to Buenos Aires - returning to Brazil several years later, settling in São Paulo, where he succeeded in business.

Dilma Rousseff followed in her father’s footsteps and became a socialist during her youth. Following the 1964 coup d'état she joined various left-wing and Marxist urban guerrilla groups that fought against military rule. She participated in the militant activities of the Comando de Libertação Nacional—COLINA (English: National Liberation Command) and advocated Marxist politics among labour union members. She was captured and jailed between 1970 and 1972.

Reports that Rousseff was apparently tortured while in detention is often exploited by the main stream media in exactly the same fashion Nelson Mandela’s long jail term has incessantly been hammered into people’s heads. I suppose it’s all part of the effective technique that plays on the guilt emotions of the masses, thereby encouraging people to act compassionately.

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is welcomed by South African President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria on 18 October 2011. GETTY IMAGES – Sourced from:


Socialism in India has a long tradition and represents a significant part of the country's historical political heritage… However, groups involved with various forms of communism in India have over the ages fragmented into a multitude of different parties - the most radical currently being the Communist Party of India (Maoist), an underground (banned) movement, which aims to overthrow the government of India through people's war means. - See also: 'Maoists looking at armed overthrow of state by 2050'.

The Indian National Congress is at present India’s dominant political party. Although it is today recognised as the largest and one of the oldest democratic political parties in the world, a socialist pattern of development was set as its goal for India way back in the year 1931. A socialistic pattern of development was again presented as its goal in 1955. A year later, the Indian parliament adopted 'socialistic pattern of development' as official policy, a policy that came to include land reforms and regulations of industries - (Source – PDF file 300k). The word “socialist” was added to the Preamble of the Indian Constitution by the 42nd amendment act of 1976.

Other dominant political parties in India include the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Communist Party of India (Marxist).

Occultist Roots of the Indian National Congress

The Indian National Congress was founded in 1885 by several members of the complex occultist movement, known as the Theosophical Society, a society which was officially formed in New York City, United States, in November 1875, by the Illuminati operative Helena Blavatsky in collaboration with a couple of other weird characters such as: Henry Steele Olcott, a lawyer and writer, and William Quan Judge, a mystic, esotericist, and occultist. In 1878 Blavatsky and Olcott moved to India together and established the Theosophical headquarters there. Blavatsky left under a cloud of suspicion in 1885, having been accused of faking materializations of teachings from her Masters-???  Back in Europe in 1888 she published her major work The Secret Doctrine. The book "is an reconcile science, the Ancient Wisdom, and human culture through...cosmology, history, religion, and symbolism." - (Ellwood, Robert S. "Theosophy," in The Encyclopedia of the Paranormal edited by Gordon Stein (Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1996), pp.759-766.) According to Blavatsky herself, "The chief aim of the...Theosophical Society [was] to reconcile all religions, sects and nations under a common system of ethics, based on eternal verities." – (Source)

The present-day New Age movement is said to be based to a considerable extent on the Theosophical tenets and ideas presented by Blavatsky and her contemporaries. "No single organization or movement has contributed so many components to the New Age Movement as the Theosophical Society. ... It has been the major force in the dissemination of occult literature in the West in the twentieth century." - (Source)

Incidentally, the theory of the Atlantean origins of the Aryan race was also developed by Blavatsky. Her ‘research’ and subsequent theories on the subject contributed to the rise of Nazism… The society's seal incorporated the Swastika, Star of David, Ankh, Aum and Ouroboros symbols - (Click here to view the image). The significance of all this imagery would be well worth exploring, but let’s leave that for another day, shall we?

The vast amount of PRO-Theosophical material available online is truly astonishing… One cannot help but wonder whether the sheer extent of it all was purposefully designed and ‘planted’ to brainwash the masses and further the agenda of the ‘Masters of Darkness’, and whether the growing number of westerners who are delving into Theosophy and other systems of eastern esoteric philosophy (many of whom who call themselves “Christian”) have become totally blind to the fact that Blavatsky was describing God’s adversary in her writings when she said:
"Lucifer is dine and terrestrial light, the 'Holy Ghost' and 'Satan,' at one and the same time."
-- (The Secret Doctrine, Vol. II - Anthropogenesis, H.P. Blavatsky Collected Writings, 1888, The Theosophical Publishing House, 1979, p. 513.)
"[H]e [Lucifer] is the mysterious personage about whom legends are rife in the East, especially among Occultists. It is he who changes form, yet remains the same. He is the Nameless One. . .who has so many names. . .He is the Initiator."
-- (The Secret Doctrine, Vol. I, p. 232. by Helen Blavatsky)

There’s only ONE spiritual entity with many names and whose very nature is unknown, and that’s Satan himself… But – I’d prefer to leave this intense topic for the sister blog, as I’m on the verge of wandering totally off topic.

The bottom line is that the Indian National Congress, who adopted a socialist pattern of development, and who eventually became the largest and oldest democratic political party in the world, was established by a group of Satanists.

The Indian National Congress has to certain extent displayed similar colours as the African National Congress (ANC)... They are anti-Christian, pro-Muslim, pro-Islam, and show an unnatural favouritism to the Indian Muslim community, and focus only on issues of the Indian Muslim community to gain Muslim votes. They have revised history textbooks to present a Marxist bias, and whitewashed the record of Atrocities committed by Muslim Emperors and Kings on Hindus during six-hundred years of Islamic Rule over India. They are soft on Islamic extremism, Islamic fundamentalism, Islamic terrorism and Islamism. They scrapped the Prevention of Terrorist Activities Act (POTA) immediately after winning the elections in 2004. They’ve been accused of deliberately fragmenting Hindus while consolidating conservative Muslim votes. They’ve been involved in numerous corruption scandals, such as the 2G spectrum scam, for example. They’ve also been accused of covering up their scams using state resources.

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Communism is Satanic

and they are regrouping…

The BRICS leaders at the summit venue; (from left) Rousseff, Medvedev, Singh, Hu and Zuma


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