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G. Edward Griffin (1968): 'More Deadly Than War: The Communist Revolution in America'



July 26, 2021: Over 50 years ago, G. Edward Griffin presented a lecture for the ages. Titled 'More Deadly Than War: The Communist Revolution in America', Griffin laid out the World Communist playbook in exceptionally relevant and prescient terms. For anyone seeking to understand the world around us today, one must become familiar with a "World Communist System" that has been aimed at the US and the rest of the free world for well over a century.


Assuming a student of modern times can get beyond the black and white video footage and the formal delivery of a scholastic lecture, there is no way to deny that G. Edward Griffin presented a framework for understanding the communist threat that existed in the 1960's and, perhaps even more importantly, the manifestation of a global communist machine calibrated to take down the free world all in plain sight today.


Consider all aspects of the tyranny we see upon us since the Covid "point of inflection" and its transformation into a "perpetual" authoritarian form of control. Not in any particular order, consider the following observations: a justice system applying different sets of rules/laws prejudicially and unevenly, baseless impeachment attempts, a stolen US federal election, bottomless "Deep State" corruption, emergence of racist and violent Marxist anarchist movements like BLM and Antifa, the systemic contamination of academia (most notably via CRT), unhinged fake media, technocratic tyranny, wide open borders, Covid public health fascism, elimination of traditional constitutional and civil rights constructs, endless attacks on civil liberties, terminal government fiscal mismanagement, bloating public sector, frivolous government spending, and conspicuous tolerance of communist and genocidal regimes just to name a few.


The lens into the communist attack on America and the rest of the free world provided by Griffin has proven to be perfectly accurate when we observe the course the free world has tracked over the past 50 years and the point where we find ourselves today. To tease your interest in the 2 videos provided, consider the meaning and application of the following quote extracted from the 7:58 mark of the full-length Griffin lecture:


The racial differences among our people constituted the weakest and most vulnerable point in our social fabric. By constantly probing and straining at this one spot, they [the World Communist System] calculated that eventually the cloth could be torn apart, and that Americans could be divided, weakened and perhaps even set against each other in open combat.” (Source: G. E. Griffin - 1968 Lecture Series)


The words of Griffin in 1968 are both haunting and a dire wake-up call to people capable of seeing through the "fog" of the "communist revolution" against America and the rest of the free world. Today, we face a full-on concerted assault (overt and clandestine) from communist, authoritarian, and genocidal regimes around the world - China, Russia, North Korea, and Iran all have their communist cross-hairs coordinated and fixed on the free world. It is time to assertively address this global crisis before we reach a point of no return. The team at Extremely American also encourages our community to read Mark Levin's book "American Marxism" which provides the most current and thorough update on how to comprehend and fight back against the World Communist System's assault against freedom.


By: Extremely American Colin Wright


G. Edward Griffin - Biography


G. Edwarrd Griffin is a writer, documentary film producer, and Founder of Freedom Force International. Listed in Who’s Who in America, he is well known because of his talent for researching difficult topics and presenting them in clear and thorough terms that all can understand.


He has dealt with such diverse subjects as archaeology and ancient earth history, the World Communist System, the Federal Reserve System and international banking, terrorism, internal subversion, the history of taxation, U.S. foreign policy, the science and politics of cancer therapy, the Supreme Court, and the United Nations.