RED TED: DEMOCRATS CONSPIRED WITH RUSSIA

Red Ted, hero of the Soviet Union


In a clear case of the pot calling the kettle black, the Democrats and their lackeys in the fake news media have been attacking the God Emperor over his supposed ties to Russia and President Putin. 

It is alleged, without any evidence, that the Russians "hacked the election" and that Trump is cooperating with Putin. These narratives are completely false and just more evidence of what such great minds as Steve Bannon have called "Fourth Generation Politics."

Much more damning is the very real evidence that the Democrats in the past directly sought cooperation with not just the Russians but with the Communist Soviet Union, a state responsible for genociding tens of millions of people, in an attempt to win the US presidential election of 1984.

Although it is now extremely relevant in the light of the fake news attacks on President Trump, this is actually quite an old story that the media at the time simply chose not to focus on, because, as we all know, they are completely biased in whom they choose to attack.

Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Soviet archives were opened up to reveal the shocking fact that in 1983 the top Democrat senator Edward Kennedy had been in communication with the Soviets in a clear attempt to "coordinate" actions between the Democratic Party and the Soviet Government aimed at undermining the popular choice of the American people, President Ronald Reagan.

The evidence of this is included in a letter from the KGB to the head of the Communist government Yuri Andropov. The letter is included in the appendix of Paul Kengor's book "The Crusader – Ronald Reagan and the Fall of Communism."

Dated 14th May, 1983, the letter mentions a visit to the Soviet Union by Kennedy’s "close friend and trusted confidant" John V. Tunney, another high-ranking Democrat senator, who was charged by Kennedy to strike a mutually beneficial deal with the Soviet Union, which was then still trying to take over the World.

The letter gives Kennedy's frank analysis of the best way to defeat Reagan:
"The only real threats to Reagan are problems of war and peace and Soviet-American relations. These issues, according to the senator, will without a doubt become the most important of the election campaign. The movement advocating a freeze on nuclear arsenals of both countries continues to gain strength in the United States. The movement is also willing to accept preparations, particularly from Kennedy, for its continued growth. In political and influential circles of the country, including within Congress, the resistence to growing military expenditures is gaining strength.
However, according to Kennedy, the opposition to Reagan is still very weak. Reagan’s adversaries are divided and the presentations they make are not fully effective. Meanwhile, Reagan has the capabilities to effectively counter any propaganda. In order to neutralize criticism that the talks between the USA and the USSR are non-constructive, Reagan will grandiose, but subjectively propagandistic. At the same time, Soviet officials who speak about disarmament will be quoted out of context, silenced or groundlessly and whimsically discounted. Although arguments and statements by officials of the USSR do appear in the press, it is important to note the majority of Americans do not read serious newspapers or periodicals."
Through Tunney, Kennedy then makes two clear proposals:
"1. Kennedy asks Y.V. Andropov to consider inviting the senator to Moscow for a personal meeting in July of this year. The main purpose of the meeting, according to the senator, would be to arm Soviet officials with explanations regarding problems of nuclear disarmament so they may be better prepared and more convincing during appearances in the USA... Kennedy thinks the benefits of a meeting with Y.V.Andropov will be enhanced if he could also invite one of the well known Republican senators, for example, Mark Hatfield. Such a meeting will have a strong impact on American and political circles in the USA (In March of 1982, Hatfield and Kennedy proposed a project to freeze the nuclear arsenals of the USA and USSR and pblished a book on the theme as well.)

2. Kennedy believes that in order to influence Americans it would be important to organize in August-September of this year, televised interviews with Y.V. Andropov in the USA. A direct appeal by the General Secretary to the American people will, without a doubt, attact a great deal of attention and interest in the country. The senator is convinced this would receive the maximum resonance in so far as television is the most effective method of mass media and information.

If the proposal is recognized as worthy, then Kennedy and his friends will bring about suitable steps to have representatives of the largest television companies in the USA contact Y.V. Andropov for an invitation to Moscow for the interview. Specifically, the president of the board of directors of ABC, Elton Raul and television columnists Walter Cronkite or Barbara Walters could visit Moscow. The senator underlined the importance that this initiative should be seen as coming from the American side."
Note the usual collusion here between the Democrats and the mainstream media. They are clearly in each other's pockets. But even that is only a detail as Kennedy's clear intention was to "arm Soviet officials with explanations regarding problems of nuclear disarmament" so as to drive a unilateral nuclear disarmament agenda in the West that would undermine Reagan politically and weaken the West while strengthening the Soviet Union geopolitically.

In short, Kennedy was conspiring with a foreign power to overthrow the West, of which he hoped to serve as a quisling leader. If successful, Kennedy's plan would not only have been a threat to Western freedom, but it would have revived the power of the Soviet system in the years before its collapse and prolonged the misery of hundreds of millions.

A full copy of the letter can be read here.
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