Blueprint for World Conquest

Blueprint for World Conquest

Blueprint for World Conquest

Blueprint for World Conquest

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The theses and statues of the Communist International as adopted by the Second World Congress, July 17th--August 7th, 1920, were received by the Communist Party of America in December, 1920, from the Publishing Office of the Communist International at Moscow. Upon examination of this edition, which was translated into English in Moscow, it was found to contain many errors which led the Editorial Committee of the Communist Party to make a careful analysis of the text. It was compared with the German edition and the original Russian text with the result that many omissions and distortions were discovered, and these were of such a nature as to make the Moscow English edition misleading.

For example: The last sentence of Paragraph 9 of the Statutes of the Communist International (page 7) of the Moscow edition reads as follows: "In the event of necessity the Executive Committee organizes in various countries its technical and auxiliary bureaux, which are entirely under the control of the Executive Committee." The correct rendering of this passage should read (after the word "bureaux") ". . . completely subordinated to the Executive Committee. These representatives of the Executive Committee shall carry out their political tasks in closest contact with the Central Committee of the Communist Party of a given country."

In the Theses on "The Fundamental Tasks of the Communist International," Paragraph 5 (page 13) reads, ". . . But it follows from the above that the duty for the moment of the Communist Parties consists in accelerating the revo . . .

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