John Kachelman writes that events leading up to 2020 U.S. election bear a striking similarity to events that lead up to the election in Russian in 1917 and the subsequent Bolshevik revolution. That revolution ushered in the reign of the Soviet Communists and into power, Vladimir Lenin.
Historical Discovery…An election in 1917 forecast the election in 2020! Here are the elements from 103 years ago!
- Years of preparatory work were spent in misleading and mis-directional propaganda
- Contested voting results marred the election’s finality and ultimately its dismissal
- Claims that the poor were going to be disenfranchised of their votes
- The scheduled voting was extended by two months
- Division, violence, slander and libel were widespread
- A delusional/cunning/conniving campaign made unrealistic promises to win the population
- Anger and mob violence were deliberately stirred against “privilege,” possessions, and status
- Deceptive claims persuaded the “majority” they were robbed of their electoral victory
- Inevitable civil war was sparked at the election’s end because Lenin’s group failed to win the majority
- The dissolution of the old State and a “transformation” of the new system was promised to lead to true socialism but it brought history’s worst and longest ruling tyrant
He expands on some of the points, specificially and attacks on the Russian legislative body at the time:
1) The election was designed to be held on specific dates BUT some argued that the peasants in the outlying territory needed more time to get their votes counted. So, the ballot counting was extended in some places by TWO MONTHS!
2) Throughout the 1917 campaign Lenin argued that the citizens deserved a government that represented “the proletariat’s interests” because, in his estimation, all other governments represented the “dictatorship of the bourgeoisie.” Lenin argued that the rich would never give up their “privileges” and so the soviets would need to seize power by violence. Lenin’s propaganda fueled the division that would destroy the Russian nation. He urged violence nurtured by envy and jealousy arguing that some had “privileged status” that others did not and this great “inequity” could only be removed with a violent overthrow.
3) Even though the first free election included a number of different political parties, Lenin was confident that his Bolsheviks would win. That did not happen. The final tabulation exposed Lenin as suffering defeat and his Bolsheviks only garnered 23.26% of the vote. The Socialist-Revolutionaries emerged with 37.61% of the vote. Lenin was unhappy and contested the results! Lenin refused to concede protesting the legitimacy of the election.
We have reported on the telegraphing of globalists plans to use mass protests and civil unrest to demand degradations to Constitutional norms.
“In one instance, Team Biden’s strategy – in anticipation of an ultimate loss – was to strengthen its hand [through mass protests] in order to negotiate a package of structural reforms to the democratic system (including making DC and Puerto Rico states, abolishing the Electoral College, and requiring Supreme Court justices to retire at 70),” the Transition Integrity Project writes.
Read Kachelman’s important piece in its entirety here.