With President Trump executing missile strikes in Syria and radical Islamic terrorism being as big a threat as it ever has been, we need to understand how these oppressive regimes and extremist ideologies got started and empowered.
Working with Dangerous Documentaries, director Judd Saul and conservative commentator Trevor Loudon have compiled a team of researchers who have uncovered the history of the Soviet Union’s meddling in Middle Eastern politics, creating a new enemy for the United States, and learned that Russia’s continuing alliance with Islamists is forwarding a radical domestic threat in America today.
“Soviet Islam” is the second episode in the five-part “America Under Siege” documentary web-series releasing over the course of 2017.
Each episode profiles the influence of radical Marxists on various segments of American society.
It’s not just Marxists and socialists depicted as the puppets below, it also includes many of the progressives legislators in the United States Congress and government.
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What better way could there be to celebrate May Day than the second part of Capital Research Center’s America Under Siege documentary. Soviet Islam.
“Only a coalition of Islamists and Marxists can destroy the United States.”
Soviet Islam is the second episode in the five-part America Under Siegewebseries releasing over the course of 2017.
Each episode investigates the growing influence of revolutionary Marxists and their allies in different sectors of American society.
When the Soviet Union failed to eradicate religion, it quickly changed tactics.
After World War II, Soviet Communists forged alliances with unlikely partners, radical Islamists and Middle Eastern nationalist dictators.
Beginning in the Cold War and continuing through to today, the Kremlin has armed, trained, and supported these Islamists and dictators to advance a frightening goal: subverting their shared American enemy.
Those radicals became a domestic threat in the 1960s.
Religious extremists like the Nation of Islam co-opted Soviet ideology to agitate American institutions and disrupt democracy.
For the Soviets, the intent was to make the U.S. ungovernable through organized protest and violence.
But while the Cold War may be over, the threat from the Kremlin is now more serious than ever.
Today, Putin is the heir to the Soviet strategy of subversion.
The film was written by and stars conservative author Trevor Loudon, was directed by Judd Saul, and produced by Cohesion Films in partnership with Dangerous Documentaries (a project of the Capital Research Center).
(Bombthrowers is a project of the Capital Research Center, as well.)
Trevor’s research into Soviet and modern Russian influence on radical Islamism and Middle Eastern dictatorships is especially urgent given the current conflict in Syria.
Showing that there are still so many influential political actors in America whose ideological roots grow out of the Soviet Union’s past meddling in Islamic society is unsettling, and helps explain Russia’s modern day tactics to subvert its enemies from within.
Why settle for annoying a leftist, when you can infuriate an Islamist as well.