Founder of Israel Ben Gurion aided Perestroika deception, predicted Eurasian-led socialist world order

SDE BOKER, ISRAEL—Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sits under a portrait of the first Israeli prime minister David Ben Gurion as he speaks during a cabinet meeting in the southern Israeli kibbutz of Sde Boker on November 10, 2013 in the Negev Desert, Israel. Israel’s kibbutz system is communistic in nature and in membership. (Photo by David Buimovith – Pool/Getty Images)

Jewish Telegraphic Agency
January 4, 1962 Anno Domini

Gradual democratization of the Soviet Union and the abolition of wars by 1987 is predicted by Israel Premier David Ben-Gurion in a statement published in the current issue of Look magazine which carries a number of interviews on the world outlook 25 years from now. Mr. Ben-Gurion’s statement reads:

“The image of the world in 1987 as traced in my imagination: The Cold War will be a thing of the past. Internal pressure of the constantly growing intelligentsia in Russia for more freedom and the pressure of the masses for raising their living standards may lead to a gradual democratization of the Soviet Union. On the other hand, the increasing influence of the workers and farmers, and the rising political importance of men of science, may transform the United States into a welfare state with a planned economy.

“Western and Eastern Europe will become a federation of autonomous states having a Socialist and democratic regime. With the exception of the USSR as a federated Eurasian state, ail other continents will become united in a world alliance, at whose disposal will be an international police force. All armies will be abolished, and there will be no more wars.

“In Jerusalem, the United Nations (a truly United Nations) will build a Shrine of the Prophets to serve the federated union of all continents; this will be the seat of the Supreme Court of Mankind, to settle all controversies among the federated continents, as prophesied by Isaiah. Higher education will be the right of every person in the world. A pill to prevent pregnancy will slow down the explosive natural increase in China and India, And by 1987, the average life-span of man will reach 100 years.”

Ben Gurion (left) shakes hands (masonic grip?) with General Ne Win, the socialist Prime Minister of Burma in 1959.


  1. Ex-Israeli PM David Ben-Gurion met ‘many times’ with famed Kabbalah teacher Rabbi Yehuda Ashlag, also known as ‘BAAL HaSulam.’

    Luke 23:18: Away with this man and release unto us Barabbas

    “David Ben-Gurion visited the Soviet Union in 1923. He described Lenin admiringly as ‘an iron-willed man who would not spare human life or the blood of the innocent on behalf of the revolution.”

  2. A much shortened version of a speech on the Senate floor by Sen Jesse Helms, who understood that the jewish communism [often described as being “Russian”] is centered in Israel and Russia, and was confined there until their communist agents infiltrated to spread it to the US and the West – [The Abortionist, Julius Hammer, father of Armand Hammer, who was the benefactor of both Al Gore, jr, and his father, Al Gore, for instance]..

    Senator Jesse Helms spoke on the Senate floor on December 15, 1987, about the activities of Freemasons and Secret Societies, and their and the US media’s push, for adopting the proposed Russian “glasnost”[, which] in current usage means “propaganda.”:

    Mr. President, who can deny that
    the American people and Congress
    have been subjected to an unprece-
    dented campaign by the major Ameri-
    can news media to portray Mr. Gorba-
    chev as a benign reformer whose only
    desire is openness and restructuring in
    Soviet domestic affairs and normal re-
    lations with the United States? How
    often have we heard about glasnost
    and “perestroika?”

    Why should we applaud a restruc-
    turing which is intended to make com-
    munism work? Why should we rejoice
    in a restructuring which is intended to
    build a better Gulag?

    Mr. President, having heard the
    word glasnost so often on U.S. televi-
    sion and having read so much about it
    in the U.S. press, I asked my staff to
    look up the word in a Russian-English
    dictionary. The media tell us that the
    word means openness which leads us
    to believe that there is a relaxation of
    controls inside the Soviet Union and a

    new friendly attitude with the West.

    The Library of Congress sent over to
    me a page from the Russian-English
    dictionary compiled by Prof. A.I. Smir-
    nitsky and published in Moscow. —-
    These specialists say that “glasnost” in cur-
    rent usage means “propaganda.” – [Ref: 35596 CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-SENATE
    SENATE-Tuesday, December 15, 1987, @ pp. 35612-35613.]

  3. ‘Senator Jesse Helms spoke on the Senate floor on December 15, 1987, about the activities of Freemasons and Secret Societies, and their and the US media’s push, for adopting the proposed Russian “glasnost”[, which] in current usage means “propaganda.”’
    I believe Jesse Helms was a Freemason, so this statement is unlikely to be true. Perhaps Helms was not a sincere Freemason but only joined to be able to have a political career, but the fact he was a Freemason makes it unlikely he explicitly and openly named Freemasonry as a problem.

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