The book shown above outlines the subversive tactics used by the Russian Communists in 1920s to trick Monarchists into believing there was a secret group of people on their side attempting to fight back against the communist threat and install a strong monarchy.
This plan sounds very similar to QAnons promise of removing the ‘deep state’ and replacing it with trusted America First nationalists.
The book states:
“In 1921, as the NEP was being launched, the OGPU created inside Soviet Russia a false anti-Soviet organisation, the Monarchist Alliance of Central Russia”.
“[In the Monarchist Alliance of Central Russia] Czarist generals and members of the old aristocracy who had come over to the Soviet side, nominally led the movement. Their new loyalty to the Soviet regime was not in doubt, for they had betrayed their former friends in the anticommunist underground”.
“These agents confided in their contacts that the anti-Soviet monarchist movement that they represented was now well established in Soviet Russia, had penetrated into the higher levels of the army, the security service, and even the government, and would in time take power and restore the monarchy”.
“They convinced the emigre leaders that the regime had undergone a radical change. Communism had completely failed; ideology was dead; the present leaders had nothing in common with the fanatical revolutionaries of the past. They were nationalists at heart, and their regime was evolving into a moderate, national regime and might soon collapse”.
“Because of this, said the Trust agents, any intervention or gesture of hostility from the European powers or the emigre movements would be ill-advised, if not tragic, since it would only unite the Russian people around their government and so extend its survival”.
“The European governments and the emigre leaders should put a stop to anti-Soviet terrorist activities and change their attitude from hostility toward the Soviet regime to one of passive acceptance”.
“Naturally there were doubters among the emigres, but the prestige of the leaders of the organisation [the Monarchist Alliance of Central Russia] (particularly, of General Brusilov) convinced the majority. They accepted at face value the Trust’s disinformation and passed it on to their influential friends in the European intelligence services. By the time it had been circulated to governments as “secret” intelligence it sounded most impressive, and when as time went on the same story was confirmed by source after source, it became “secret and reliable”.
United States Navy Postgraduate Thesis
To provide further evidence of ‘Operation Trust’ and the tactics used by the USSR, below are screenshots of a thesis created in the United States Navies postgraduate school in 1985:
List of Main Players
The Beginnings of Operation Trust
The above quote sounds awfully similar to something QAnon would say, doesn’t it?
(My statement here does not endorse any level of violence), We can see the similarities between Operation Trust and the Q movement in the outline above. Both movements told their followers to ‘do nothing’ and wait. To let other people, in this case ‘a powerful monarchist party’, to push forward and restore the monarchy. Rather than the individual people or groups do activism themselves.
They told people to put their future into the hands of others, in order to ensure it would be too late once the pro-monarchist population realised what was happening. This seems very similar to QAnon’s ‘trust the plan’. Instead of promoting activism on an individual and group level, Q followers are told to sit back and watch everything unfold.
For further reading you can download the entire thesis below
Examples of QAnon Directing Energy Inline With Deep State Ideology
WikiLeaks released the tweet below showing an inconsistency with the supposed aim of QAnon, to destroy the deep state, and its posts declaring Edward Snowden a traitor because he wanted to harm the NSA.
Another QAnon inconsistency WikiLeaks pointed to is Q’s desire to commit a regime change in Iran. Mirroring a long held CIA, Mossad and Neo-Conservative goal.
Article Last Updated 27/03/2021
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