This story starts like many murder mysteries and so is this, but tragically it is real and it really happened, not like the fiction many read nightly.
On a dark night in May, 1919, two lorries rumbled across a bridge and on into the town of Dusseldorf, Germany. Among the dozen rowdy, singing "Tommies" apparently headed for a gay evening were two representatives of the Allied military intelligence. These men had traced a wave of undiscipline, mutiny and murder among the troops to the local headquarters of a revolutionary organization established in the town.
Pretending to be drunk, they brushed by the sentries and arrested the ringleaders; a group of thirteen Jewish men and women seated at a long table. In the course of the raid, the Allied officers emptied the contents of the safe. One of the documents found in it contained a specific outline of "Rules for Bringing About a Revolution." We present it here to show the strategy of materialistic revolution, and how personal attitudes and habits of living affect the affairs of nations. In them you can see the decline of our beloved America:
"A. Corrupt the young. Get them away from religion (Christianity). Get them interested in sex. Make them superficial; destroy their ruggedness.
B. Get control of all means of publicity and thereby:
1). Get people's minds off their government by focusing their attention on athletics, sexy books and plays (today movies and television), and other trivialities.
2). Divide the people into hostile groups by constantly harping on controversial matters of no importance.
3). Destroy the people's faith in their national leaders by holding these up to ridicule, obloquy and contempt.
4). Always preach true democracy, but seize power as fast and as ruthlessly as possible.
5). By encouraging government extravagance, destroy its credit; produce fear of inflation with rising prices and general discontent.
6). Foment unnecessary strikes in vital industries (UPS's recent strike for instance, as just one example); encourage civil disorders and foster a lenient and soft attitude on the part of government toward such disorders.
7). By specious arguments, cause the breakdown of old moral virtues; honesty, sobriety, continence, faith in the pledged word, ruggedness.
C. Cause the registration of all firearms on some pretext, with a view to confiscating them and leaving the population helpless." (From New World News, February 1946)