THIS 40 Year Old Interview Explains What is Happening Today, on America’s University Campuses!

A former KGB agent named Yuri Alexandrovich Bezmenov claimed in 1984 that Russia has a long-term goal of ideologically subverting the U.S. He described the process as “a great brainwashing” that has four basic stages. The first stage, he said, is called “demoralization,” which would take about 20 years to achieve.

In 1984, Bezmenov gave an interview to G. Edward Griffin from which much can be learned today. His most chilling point was that there’s a long-term plan put in play by Russia to defeat America through psychological warfare and “demoralization.” It’s a long game that takes decades to achieve but it may already be bearing fruit.

Bezmenov made the point that the work of the KGB mainly does not involve espionage, despite what our popular culture may tell us. Most of the work, 85% of it, was “a slow process which we call either ideological subversion, active measures, or psychological warfare.”

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The First Married Couple to Have Sex in Space?

Astronauts Mark Lee and Jan Davis secretly married in January 1991, 9 months before their joint flight to the ISS, and didn’t tell NASA until it was too late to train replacements. They were launched into space together on September 12, 1992 aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour. They deny anything “happened”. They are the only married couple to have ever flown in space together. They divorced in 1999.

NASA denies any sexual activity among humans in space and avoids discussing the subject. Former and current astronauts typically do not like to discuss sex on the space station, and NASA says it does not know if it has ever happened.

According to NASA, astronauts have maintained good conduct while in orbit, despite the introduction of mixed-gender crews forty years ago, in 1983.

NASA does not allow married couples to go to space together. NASA’s official explanation for this regulation is that the presence of a married couple aboard a space mission could potentially become disturbing to the other astronauts.

STS-47 was NASA’s 50th Space Shuttle mission of the program, as well as the second mission of the Space Shuttle Endeavour. The mission mainly involved conducting experiments in life and material sciences inside Spacelab-J, a collaborative laboratory inside the shuttle’s payload bay sponsored by NASA and the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA). This mission carried Mamoru Mohri, the first Japanese astronaut aboard the shuttle, Mae Jemison, the first African-American woman to go to space, and the only married couple to fly together on the shuttle, Mark C. Lee and Jan Davis, contrary to NASA policy.

Pictured within the spacious interior of the Spacelab-J module, astronauts Mark Lee and Jan Davis became the first married couple to fly together on a space mission. Photo Credit: NASA

Rashida Tlaib CENSURED by the U.S. House of Representatives

The House of Representatives is authorized to censure its own members by the scope of United States Constitution (Article I, Section 5, clause 2).

In the House of Representatives, censure is essentially a form of public humiliation carried out on the House floor. As the Speaker of the House reads out a resolution rebuking a member for a specified misconduct, that member “usually” must stand in the House well and listen to it. In this case, Tlaib was not required to do so.

In the history of the House, censure has been used 26 times, (including the censuring of Rashida Tlaib) Most of those cases arose during the 19th century. In the modern history of the United States House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct (since 1966), censure has been used only nine times.