John L. Guest post by Kachelman, Jr
A historical reminder of false security is that a deeply hostile bureaucrat believes he is protected from his malice. Beria reminds those who are working “behind the scenes”, pursuing their own agendas, that their security is never secure; Their protection is the best; And, their inevitable exposure, degradation and execution by justice cannot be avoided!
All under control is a large group of faceless workers. These are the “chiefs”. And the “main” actually run the operation. Those who are chosen are “faces”; In the background they are “heads”. This is a critical distinction that many do not see. This factor is discussed in our government below.
Here is the reality of governance – faces respond only to the extent that heads allow. It’s not ideal but it’s real. An almost impenetrable wall exists around the elected officials who are guarded by the chiefs. It is not to protect the elected officials but to protect the chiefs and their agenda.
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Elected officials (faces) may have an agenda that is promoted to the public and constituencies but the chief controls all matters. Legislation may pass a vote and its title may sound fancy, but the inextricable operational details belie the title — chiefs have ultimate control as they parse the law (just look at the infamous “Inflation Reduction Act”). The legislation was celebrated as “the American people have won, and special interests have lost.” The “Ministry of Truth” prides itself on the absurdity and imagination of these words written by heads and uttered by faces!
Go to grocery store, pharmacy, gas pump and realize that inflation has been reduced, this announcement of Chief Minister applies to daily life. People who pay their utility bills and repair their vehicles look in disbelief at the faces of the Chiefs uttering unnecessary jargon!
There is a sad truth in the portraits presented of the conduct and face of today’s regime leaders. Faces droop, enmeshed in aristocracy that is fueled and fed by chiefs who will “protect” the Faces from unwanted people and nefarious conspiracies.
Faces happily hand over all authority to chiefs who “know better how to manage things.” And the D.C. beltway becomes a shield that separates the facade from the reality of life in the nation it is sworn to represent. The ideals, ethics, philosophies and legislation emanating from the governing body reflect not the electorate but the philosophies of the scoundrels who see themselves as “how the government should spend the people’s money”.
Thus, it is believed in Congress that the government knows better than the people how to command and control all aspects of every person’s life.
It is believed that the individuality of the citizens is the greatest threat to the chiefs and hence these are the main achievement targets for securing the chiefs’ positions.
Bureaucracy is the greatest threat to individualism and is strangling our republic!
Some of the Chiefs’ positions never face termination-some stick around for thirty years!! These are “as smart as a bug in the rug”! (The origin of this phrase comes from insect larvae that happily feed inside a rolled-up carpet, reflecting the parasitic nature of such people.) Blue Wave or Red Wave This matters little because it is only one condition. from one to another and become permanent influences in the administrative structure. Selected POLS come and go. As the faces move, the heads remain.
Depending on how these chiefs view a person trying to navigate the perils of government red tape, unelected chiefs can be either “salm to the heart or a boil on your butt.”
And, as time passes, these chiefs recognize that they have long served in the shadows and accumulated enough political IOUs to step up and become one of the faces in the political spotlight. And, they foolishly think that they can remain a chief but become a face.
Now, this is where Lavrenti Berea enters the historical stage.
Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria was involved in Marxist revolutionary activities from his teenage years. By his twenties he had risen to the bureaucratic level of head of the secret police in Georgia. He deftly navigated the bureaucracy under Stalin. He oversaw brutal 1930s purges in the region and arrived in Moscow in 1938. He soon became head of the Soviet secret police. As a bureaucrat he ran the Soviet network of slave-labor camps. This bureaucrat of the state was notorious for his sadistic enjoyment of torture and his taste for beating and raping women and violating young girls. By the time of Stalin’s death in 1953, even though he was a certain senior bureaucrat, he was one of the most hated figures in the country. But his incredible ego imagined himself as the ideal candidate to control the USSR.
With Stalin removed, Beria thought it was time to step out of the shadows and become the face of the nation, not just a top bureaucrat manipulating political intrigue. He was given the joint ministries of state security and internal affairs, which put him in control of the secret and regular police, as well as a small private army of infantry divisions. It is instructive for today’s readers to look at the historical example of bureaucrats controlling and manipulating law enforcement divisions to achieve their own diabolical ends. Because of his evil many people feared him almost as much as they feared Stalin.
Although the details are shrouded in the USSR’s complicated past, it appears that Beria’s downfall was orchestrated by Nikita Khrushchev. On June 26th At a hastily called meeting of the Presidium, Khrushchev launched a blistering attack on Beria, accusing him of being a cynical careerist, long in the pay of British intelligence, and not a true communist believer.
Beria was surprised and asked, “What’s going on, Nikita?” Khrushchev told him he would find out soon enough. Molotov and others blamed Beria. Khrushchev motioned for his immediate dismissal. Before voting, Malenkov pressed a button on his desk and Marshal Zhukov and a group of armed officers entered, grabbed Beria and led him away.
Beria’s men were guarding the Kremlin, so the authorities had to wait until nightfall and smuggle him in a car. He was taken to Lefortovo prison and then to the headquarters of General Moskalenko, commander of the Moscow District Air Defense, where he was imprisoned in an underground bunker. His arrest was kept as hush-hush as possible while his leading accomplices were rounded up – some were immediately shot.
The Central Committee spent five days finding themselves guilty of Beria. An experienced lawyer known to Khrushchev was hired to ensure that the police chief was tried, condemned and executed with as much legal visibility as possible. Pravda announced Beria’s fall on 10 July, crediting it to Comrade Malenkov’s initiative and citing Beria’s ‘criminal activities against the Party and the State’. December 17th The prosecutor announced that Beria and six accomplices had been plotting to seize power in the Soviet Union for several years. Beria fell to the floor and on his knees begged for mercy. It was not a quality he had shown to others, and it was not shown to him now. He and his companions were picked up and immediately shot. His wife and son were sent to a Siberian labor camp.
Awaiting this bureaucratic head and face humiliation was a “wind-born storm”! Stalin’s security chief was hanged on 23 December 1953.
Among the many bureaucrats that I have known and struggled to accomplish various tasks, I know of few who were serving not for their own interests but for the ideals of our founding fathers. But it has been few.
In today’s bureaucratic stations, look closely at the lure of perks that the position offers. Know well that everyone will eventually face personal accountability.
There are many who sit comfortably in the tenure of security and fail to be courageous heroes. There are very few who boldly step forward and bravely expose the quagmire of bureaucratic elitism that seeks to eliminate individualism and advance the agenda of an arrogant, elitist statism. The prophet declared judgments such as, “For they sow the wind and they reap the wind (storm)” (Hosea 8:7).
Where are the brave “whistleblowers” whose patriotic courage and inner tenacity inspire them to challenge dominant evil?
Some brave hearts have already stepped forward. The whistleblowers’ move has begun. Others are standing up and speaking. There are others who need to get involved in exposure now before they are destroyed in the soon approaching storm. Where are the heroes?
Who are the bureaucrats reluctant to expose and expose the corruption that is destroying our country? Are you ready to be responsible for our national death? Are you ready to be like Beria and go down in the annals of history as “a cynical careerist”?