How the Soviet Union saved Arnold Lockshin's life... (11)
To repeat: the anti-Lockshin ploy was designed as a major - to enhance popular acceptance of the Soviet Union's demise and the inevitable economic disaster that would follow — and to greatly ebellish the image of the United States.
But Arnold Lockshin had to be alive and functioning in the critical year 1986; otherwise there would have been no way to use him as psychwar gimmick. If I had been killed, say in the 1960s, I could not have been used – obviously - for anything. Given these circumstances, I had to be kept alive and functioning. That accounts for the “coddling” I sometimes received. That accounts, for instance, for why I was able to reenter science twice, and at prestigious institutions.
The “wife” I had acquired was intended to tide me along and to serve as a permanent reliable inside source to monitor my thoughts, mood, intentions, etc.
In summary: all the conditions were put in place to use me in the manner and for the purposes intended – .
Thus, the Soviet Union saved my life in the United States long before 1986. To be more exact, the insidious plans of the CIA and its fellow fascist collaborators to destroy the USSR determined the decision to keep me alive and “well” up to age 47.
In previous series I have described (in Russian and in English) how the CIA intended to use me (Insights Into The Secret Political Police 6):( Collapse )