Retired FBI Agents: Democrats are Deconstructing America so they can 'Build Back Better' According to Marxist Utopian Ideas

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Retired FBI Agents: Democrats are Deconstructing America so they can 'Build Back Better' According to Marxist Utopian Ideas

Brannon Howse of WVW TV hosted a four-hour special report on Nov. 14 featuring a symposium of distinguished retired FBI agents discussing what they believe is an ongoing Marxist revolution in America.

The reason the revolution continues to plod forward is because so few in politics today are willing to call it what it is, said Terry Turchie, who spent 29 years in the FBI and authored the book, In Their Own Words: The Democratic Party's Push for a Communist America.

"It's time we made our voices heard," he said. "There was a day when they warned in Congress about the perils of communism. You don't see that anymore. And we are concerned about that."

Turchie was one of four retired agents participating in the symposium, moderated by Howse. The others were Cecil Moses, David Baldovin and Brian Shephard.

"We're not from the Democratic Party, the Biden campaign or even the Republican Party," Turchie said. "We are speaking from experience... We saw firsthand what is going on because we were following people and heard what they were saying and heard from counter-intelligence informants so we know what they're up to."

Turchie said the communists worked a completely different strategy on the U.S. than they did in Russia or Cuba. Instead of fomenting violent revolution, they infiltrated the U.S. government, the schools and major institutions to accomplish a revolution using a long-term strategy of attacking the culture.

"People will laugh at that. Certain people will say we're all from the McCarthy era," he said, adding that's just a deflection tactic.

"We don't have to back away from that because in fact McCarthy was right."

He urged those who viewed the symposium, in person or online, to take the information and boldly share it with their friends. Because that's the only way most Americans are going to learn about the infiltration.

"And one of the things is kindergarten through third grade. They're teaching certain things in those grades but not the awareness of communism," he said.

"We're going to show you in their own words going back in time and how this comes together."

Turchie said the FBI is not what it once was.

"We want to highlight for you what has happened in the FBI. One of the perspectives is that, yes, the FBI has kinda fallen. Maybe it's not even a matter of 'kind of.' You'll have to make up your mind on that. The problem is our entire government and institutions have started falling to the critical race theory, the woke crowd. Critical race theory and the whole woke strategy is nothing more than Communism 2021."

The sickness that has infected the FBI has infected the entire U.S. government, he said.

He said the words on the bureau's seal, "fidelity, bravery and integrity," should be replaced by "diversity, equity and inclusion."

Moses joined the FBI in 1957 and served under eight presidents starting with Eisenhower and ending with George H.W. Bush.

"I sat on a wiretap for Gus Hall for months," Moses said, referring to the Communist Party USA leader who ran for president four times in the 1970s and 80s.

Moses said he learned from that wiretap, "How they were planning to infiltrate all of our institutions back in the 1960s. This was the same Gus Hall who [former CIA director] John Brennan voted for a few years later [in 1976]."

Shephard worked for the FBI from 1972 to 2006. He began working cases on Soviet nationals in the United States.

"I ended up working a case involving Archer Daniels Midland in the Midwest, a case that ended up becoming a movie called The Informant with Matt Damon," Shephard said.

Baldovin started his career in the bureau in 1969.  He surveilled Klan meetings throughout the South in the 1970s and later focused on white collar crime.

One of the cases Turchie had been working resulted in an arrest on Aug. 23, 1986, of a Soviet KGB officer named Gennady Zakharov, who was working under the auspices of the United Nations in New York City as a physicist.

"He started to run and we had a scuffle on the subway platform," Turchie said. "That was the last time we actually arrested a KGB officer."

About a week later on Sept. 2, 1986, an American journalist, Nicholas Daniloff, was "coincidentally" arrested by the Soviets while on a Russian subway platform. "He was no spy," said Turchie.

President Reagan responded by deporting at least 65 suspected KGB operatives from the Soviet diplomatic corps.

"And the Soviet Union collapsed a few years later. They underestimated President Reagan," Turchie said. "That decade of the 80s was what we called the decade of the spy."

Flash forward 34 years and the FBI is "taking a knee" to the Marxist Black Lives Matter movement during the summer riots of 2020.

"Agencies that used to fight communism are now promoting it," Howse said. "As I pointed out in my documentary, Siege the Movie, in 1933 a group of Marxists came here from Germany at the invitation of John Dewey."

Dewey, known as the father of modern education, believed education was not about teaching kids academics but rather to help them "find their place in the world" – a place of the government's choosing, Howse said.

"So we have an army of managers and assign every person to their proper place. But when they came here in 1933 they couldn't call it what it was, Marxism or communism, and launch a revolution. So they decided they would attack the culture instead," Howse explained. "Their goal was to infiltrate education and other institutions and turn the values of the culture so that eventually, within the culture of the American people themselves, they would have a cognitive dissonance between the anti-American values they now held and the values of their own country. So the people themselves would call for, be a part of and carry out, the destruction of the nation in open revolution."

Just last week, the FBI raided the home of Project Veritas journalists, hunting for a copy of Biden's daughter's diary.

"What if one of Trump's kids had a diary and it was stolen by CNN, and then Trump uses the FBI to go after the media?" Howse asked. "We saw what the FBI did to Gen. Flynn and to Roger Stone because they wouldn't lie. Now they're going after James O'Keefe [of Project Veritas]."

"Well we can certainly say this," added Turchie. "They went after James O'Keefe a lot faster than they went after Hunter Biden's laptop."

This double standard of justice has become "a real major concern," Turchie said.

"If it happened once, twice, maybe you dismiss it as a mistake. But this has become a pattern, so you have to start asking questions. And if the mistake is always on the side of the Democratic Party you should really be asking questions."

He said the FBI has been veering from its mission for at least 20 years.

"It was always supposed to be independent. And after Robert Muller left, we got James Comey. He at one time had a personal debate with himself as to whether he should be a communist or a capitalist. Then finally Christopher Wray. So we've had 20 years of this. So the first question is: Is it we the people who are the problem? How did we go in one decade from what Tom Brokaw called the greatest generation to the racist generation?"

Howse played a clip from a John F. Kennedy speech in 1961.

"In the long history of the world only a few generations have been granted the role of defending freedom in its hour of maximum danger. I do not shrink from this responsibility, I welcome it. I do not believe that any of us would exchange places with any other people or any other nation. .... And so my fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.  Ask not what America can do for you, but what together we can do for the freedom of man."

Turchie asked: Could you imagine a Democrat president today speaking like that?

Then he pulled a quote from the 1974 pamphlet by the communist Weather Underground movement, which read: "We need a Revolutionary Communist Party in order to lead the struggle, seize power and build the new society."

In 2016 Bob Avakian, founder of the Revolutionary Communist Party of America, told his fellow communists to vote for the Democrat, Joe Biden, against Donald Trump.

Emile Schepers, a leader of the Communist Party USA, said "Biden is no socialist, no anti-imperialist, no consistent friend of the working class... but Trump is more dangerous on all fronts and must be defeated on Nov. 3.... So I'm voting for Biden and urge you to do so too."

This marked a historic change in strategy.

For the first time, the Communist Party in America urged its members to vote for one of the two major party candidates and did not field a candidate of its own in the presidential election. They didn't need to. The values of the Communist Party and of the Democrat Party had now become one in the same.

"Why? Because they're reading from the same script," Turchie said. "They're both reading from the Weather Underground script, thus the name of the book, In Their Own Words.

"I have this feeling, and maybe it’s a good feeling, that people are starting to figure this stuff out."

Turchie asked the audience to think about the Democrats' current slogan, Build Back Better.

Not only does this slogan come from the World Economic Forum, the United Nations and other globalist institutions, but its underlying meaning is a dead giveaway to what they have planned.

"Think about the slogan, build back better," Turchie said. "Building back assumes you've destroyed something before you've built it back. They want this so they can build a new society."

"So you're fine. Your thinking is right," he added. "JFK sounds just like we do... he was a passionate fighter for freedom. They have changed, we haven't changed."

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