07 November 2013

Trevor Loudon's The Enemies Within

I have experienced first hand some of the pleasures of living in totalitarian society. Granted, the society was already on its last legs when I left it, but very much alive and kicking during my childhood and youth. And this society was very adept, even in its dying days, in spreading the poison of quasi-communist propaganda. One of the aspects of this propaganda was extensive references to the (alleged or true?) myriads of friends and supporters abroad. Growing up, I have rid myself of belief in that propaganda, together with the stories about international web of support, seemingly empty bragging of an expiring communist behemoth.

One of the new habits I have acquired in my new life, the one outside the communist camp, was to largely disregard the murky streams of information coming from two polarized, but somewhat overlapping in their "findings" sources: the ultra-left and the ultra-right. Each of the two passionately hates the other, both hate the people in the middle of the political spectrum and both suffer from a peculiar predilection to conspiracy theories. The overlap I mentioned, as a rule includes Judeomasons, Illuminati, Bilderberg, Zionist Bolsheviks etc. - you know what I mean by now. Wayne Madsen and Alex Jones serve exceedingly well, each in his own inimitable manner, as examples of this madness.

This is, mainly, why I had some misgivings when starting to read Trevor Loudon's book The Enemies Within (yes, the Amazon link is where you could purchase it). The brief of that book, as declared by the Amazon blurb:

The Enemies Within is designed to show American voters exactly how modern communism works and how it impacts on your life, every single day. Just how do the communists win big on things like Obamacare and immigration “reform,” which go completely against the wishes of the American people?
In my naive first opinion, communists belong in the past, with dinosaurs, witchcraft and horse manure in the streets. While I was aware of continuing existence of communists in the West (even some with hardcore Stalinist views), their numbers, their seeming impotence and lack of influence allowed my hitherto dismissive outlook on that bunch.

Not anymore. I wouldn't offer any spoilers, but I have to say that Trevor's book is a real shocker for anyone who, like I, was ignoring the threat that continues to dig under the foundations of our societies. The book isn't an easy read, don't expect to enjoy it (unless you are a communist yourself, of course), but it is a treasure of documented, meticulously researched evidence on the worms in the woodwork. The book will not leave you apathetic. I, as one who is familiar with the results of the plague called "communism", certainly can't remain indifferent.

To give you an example of what happens when our guard is lowered, here is one Mr Andy Newman (I have chosen a British example on purpose, to avoid spoilers, there are enough similar cases in US to fill a nice jail). Do you want to watch people like Andy Newman rise to key positions in your country? I have bad news for you: such people may already be there...

In short - go and get this book. Read it, but read it good.

And, for an afterword: if you want to know how really painful to the communists is what Trevor is doing, just ask them. Here is a blog post by one Lisa Boucher, from Forest Lake, Minnesota. She describes herself as "a Marxist and member of the small Hardwood Creek Trail Club of the Communist Party, USA with members from Forest Lake and Hugo". To make sure that this classic example of communist poisonous pen doesn't "suddenly" disappear, I am copying here a part of it. The only reason I am doing it is for you, dear reader, to take a look at how revolting is the communists' way of dealing with dissenters and/or ideological enemies. To enjoy click on Read more.

Trevor Loudon is an ex-CIA agent who is instigating an attack on progressives around the world from his hideout in a mountain cave in New Zealand where he is believed to be living off financial assistance received from the British Royal Family and Richard Mellon-Scaife.

For some reason I have become one of Loudon's targets.

Trevor Loudon was fired from the CIA after he was found raping the corpse of a dead 6 year old boy in Iraq in 2006.

The head of the CIA, Leon Panetta describes Loudon as an out of control psychotic. According to Panetta Trevor Loudon was involved in murdering young boys in 17 different countries. In each case he sodomized the young children and then cut off their penis and dried them for a necklace he wore during each murder.

The case of Trevor Loudon has been shoved under the rug by the United States government in order to prevent embarrassment to the CIA.

Trevor Loudon now spends his time compiling information about "leftists" in the United States from his cave hideout in New Zealand.

Loudon has been employed by the Royal Family for the last four years. Richard Mellon-Scaife the wacko right-wing nut job has also contracted for the services of this murdering degenerate who sells his concocted information to Accuracy In Media, an oxymoron if ever there was one.

This is Trevor Loudon. If you see this man around an elementary school or playground in your neighborhood call the police immediately. Do not approach. Loudon is known to be armed and dangerous


SnoopyTheGoon said...

Say WHAT??? You can NOT possibly be serious - I fully understand that the ProgSocCom newsletters are detached from reality, but...

SnoopyTheGoon said...


SnoopyTheGoon said...

I should probably also mention that, when I was familiar with the far left in the seventies, there was almost no one who had a good word to say about the contemporary Soviet Union. There were Trotskyists who considered themselves Leninists but they mostly called for a revolution in the Soviet Union to overthrow the ruling bureaucracy. Some of these people were genuine democrats, others not. There were also various kinds of "Maoists", a minority of whom were hard Stalinists, but these people, whether hard or soft, likewise had nothing good to say about the contemporary Soviet Union. There were a lot of folks who vaguely admired Castro's Cuba and there were admirers of various other third-world communist states, including some that were allied with the Soviet Union. But actual support or admiration for the Soviet Union as it existed at the time, pretty much nothing.

SnoopyTheGoon said...


There is much common between what you say and what I was thinking before reading the book. I don't know whether you will bother read it, but it may be worth your time to give it a try.

Otherwise: I would like to reminds you that the Bolshevik party counted somewhere between 20 and 40 thousands members before the 1917 revolution, that in a country of 150 million people.

If a character like Andy Newman and his electoral prowess don't disturb you, if the whole business of "Occupiers" doesn't ring an alarm bell, you really should look around again.

More - off-line.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Right. I agree with your description of the spectrum. But notice that in such ideological groups the tendency in critical situations is to follow the more extreme voices. This was observed in many ideological and religious gatherings.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

And, re the comments by Lisa B. - I don't think she was 100% serious writing this, I strongly suspect that she was venting steam in what may have seemed to her as humor.

To me, however, there was another side of that dreck: it was eerily like the Soviet era public accusations thrown at various dissidents. And this lady succeeded admirably in conveying the poisonous style of her predecessors.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Just for the record, Andy Newman is awful and it is shameful for the Labor Party to have him as a candidate, even in a seat that he cannot possibly win. The penetration of cultists like Newman into the Labor Party has been a problem that they have had to confront periodically for decades. I do not know the history well but it is my impression that, when the problem has become sufficiently serious, they have generally dealt with it reasonably well.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

"I should say that I was entirely serious when I implied that you simply do not have the personal experience to recognize the worst kind of American "anti-Communist" propaganda."