“The aim of socialism is not only to abolish the present division of mankind into small states, and all national isolation, not only to bring the nations closer to each other, but also to merge them…. The merging of states is inevitable.” V. I. LENIN, ‘Imperialism and the Right to Self-determination’, cited in a paper by the British Communist R. PALME DUTT, published in 1949 by International Publishers, New York.
“[The aim is to] carry forward the ideas of the New World Order.” KARL MARX, cited in ‘Karl Marx and the United States’, JAMES E. JACKSON, International Publishers, New York, July 1983.
“The objective of Communist strategy is [to set up] the New World Social Order.” WILLIAM Z. FOSTER, the late leader of the Communist Party USA, in ‘Toward Soviet America’, Elgin Publications, Balboa Island, California, 1961, originally published in 1932.
“Our vision of the European space from the Atlantic to the Urals is not that of a closed system. Since it includes the Soviet Union [sic: he said this in June 1992, six months after the USSR had ‘ceased to exist’], which reaches to the shores of the Pacific, it goes beyond nominal geographical boundaries.” MIKHAIL GORBACHEV, Nobel Peace Prize Lecture, Oslo, June 1992.
“I look forward to the day when Russia is a fully-fledged member of the European Community .” JOHN MAJOR, the former British ‘Conservative’ Prime Minister, spouting Russian policy in his 1992 New Year’s Day broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
“For the European Union structures are engaged in relentless low-level, but prospectively terminal, secret warfare against their constituent nation states, while posing as their benefactors. Under the guise of open-ended and ever-expanding ‘cooperation’ – the preferred weasel alibi of the penetrated British Foreign Office – the European Union is in practice engaged in wholesale collectivisation via relentless, open-ended regulation: the very essence of Communism. It was therefore no surprise that Mikhail Gorbachev, during a brief visit to London on 23rd March 2000, described the European Union as ‘the new European Soviet’.” Preface to The European Union Collective