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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 8, September 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 8, September 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date September 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
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  • Dallas, Texas
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  • journals (periodicals)
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Identifier AP2.F146 v. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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Transcript Russia's Universities of Revolution by Montgomery M. Green LT. COMMANDER. U. S. NAVAL RESERVE Perhaps the most closely guarded secret of world communism, cut off from view by the Iron Curtain and shrouded in unbelievable security precautions, is the system of colleges for professional revolutionaries that annually turn out thousands of skilled agitators to bedevil the free world. Although this educational program has been in action for thirty years, and has gradu- eili'il political saboteurs estimated to number a minimum of 100 thousand, its very existence is unknown to most people in the West. Such Communist cold war leaders as Ho Chi Minh, Klement Gottwald, Josip Broz (Tito), Jomo Kenyatta (head of the Man Mau) and many more have attended these colleges centered in Moscow. Other Communist big shots from all over the world are known to have lectured at these schools during visits to the U.S.S.R. and to have sat in on numerous conferences with the Kremlin leaders. These foreign visitors have included Mao Tse-tung. Ii Li-san and Chu Teh of China, Palmiro Togliatti of Italy, W. Pieck of Germany, Otto Kuusinen of Finland, Earl Browder and William Z. Foster of the U.S. The reason for the super-secrecy with which these schools have been surrounded is tbat they constitute the most successful cold war weapon yet developed hv world communism. How did the Chinese Communists learn how to demoralize and disintegrate the superior Nationalist forces and take China with little fighting? How did they know how to organize China in four years to a point where they could fight the United States to a standstill in Korea? Where did they learn the negotiating techniques with which they outwitted first Gen. Marshall, and later our people at Panmunjom? The answer is that for twenty- five years they had been studying these things at the Eastern University, also known as the Institute for the Toilers of the Orient, in Moscow. Where did the Communist leaders of Poland, East Germany. Czechoslovakia. and the Balkan countries learn how to purge and keep enslaved these nations that were seized for them by the Red \niiv? They learned at the Internationa] Lenin University or at the Western University in Moscow. Where did the American Communists learn how to organize fronts to do their bidding? Where did they learn the tricks of propaganda through which they often e-aii induce capitalist newspapers and liberal scientists ami scholars to echo their line? Thev learned all of this at the Lenin I niversity in Moscow. By the waging of political warfare the Communists have expanded their realm 11 ..in less than 200 million people in 1945 to a total of over 800 millions ten years later. Is it any wonder that they do their best to keep these methods secret from their enemies? Nevertheless, partial information has lillereil out. The writer has talked or corresponded with a half-dozen former students of the Lenin School who attended eluring the early thirties and have long since renounced communism. Additional information has been derived from othei sources which will be identified below. As far as is known by leading authorities on communism in this country no Lenin School students have come forward to reveal their stories in the postwar years. There is evidence, however. that the school program continued until the war, and that it has been resumed since the war. ' There are three principal types of schools teaching political or subversive subjects in the Soviet Union. These are, (1) the schools for domestic administration, (2) MVD-MGB or Secrel Police schools, and (3) schools of political warfare. The first of these trains Soviet and satellite bureaucrats and administrators. The second trains saboteurs, terrorists, spies and couriers for foreign operations, and the third specializes in foreign propaganda and organization, or political warfare^The basic difference be- rwecn the MVD-MGB and the political warfare courses is lhat the former deals mainly with physical things like assassination, torture, and secret communications, while the latter deals principally with matters of the mind such as theory- agitation, labor union infiltration tactics- and radio and newspaper work. All three of these types of schools hav« partially overlapping curricula. Thus, the MGB student learns some Marxist-I.eniii ist theory, while the political warfare schools include some work on secret police subjects and on government ailniini- Iration. The MGB college at Leningrad iisneilb had 30 per cent Russians and 70 per cent foreigners. Lenin I niversity had 1" per cent Russians, being trained for foreign service, and 90 per cenl foreigners- There are certain other schools about which little is known beyond the facl "' their existence. One such, described I* the non-fiction writings of Arthur Kocsl- Ier, is the "Sexpol" which sieimls for political sex. At this institution student* were trained in abnormal sex practice* to be used in espionage and political blackmail work. \i the time of the earl) thirties, ivhicb is the period about which we have th1' im.-I information, the known Soviet j»|r litical warfare school Betup weis ;is follows: International Lenin University, i" Moscow. For students from Western E11' Page 2 FACTS FORUM NEWS, September, !'■■■''
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