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The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

“Schools opt for cud­dly over his­toric names” (July 9 edi­tion) is no sur­prise for me. The 55 goals for the Com­mu­nist Party in Amer­ica dic­tated by Stalin’s Soviet pro­pa­ganda ma­chine in­cluded:

No. 22: Con­tinue dis­cred­it­ing Amer­i­can cul­ture by de­grad­ing all forms of artis­tic ex­pres­sion. An Amer­i­can Com­mu­nist cell was told to “elim­i­nate all god sculp­ture from parks and build­ings, sub­sti­tute shape­less, awk­ward and mean­ing­less forms.”

No. 28: Elim­i­nate prayer or any phase of re­li­gious ex­pres­sion in schools on the ground that it vi­o­lates the prin­ci­pal of sep­a­ra­tion of church and state.

No. 30: Dis­credit the Amer­i­can Found­ing Fa­thers. Present them as self­ish aris­to­crats who had no con­cern for the “com­mon man.”

No. 41: Be­lit­tle all forms of Amer­i­can cul­ture and dis­cour­age the teach­ing of Amer­i­can his­tory on the ground that it was only a mi­nor part of the “big pic­ture.” Give more em­pha­sis to Rus­sian his­tory since the Com­mu­nists took over.

All 55 were read onto the Con­gres­sional record on Jan­uary 10, 1963. Af­ter the demise of the Soviet Union, the KGB re­leased doc­u­ments that proved the goals and con­nec­tion were in fact true.

For the com­plete list see: www.uhuh.com/nwo/com­mu­nism/com­goals.htm. John C. Lefton Med­ford, New Jer­sey

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