Kindred’s Special: A Tale of Knightly Intrigue

It boiled down to how I could muster a close knit of associates abroad to collectively engage in a role of communication without consequence to any or all. Call it a spy network if you wish but the whole operation now seems so amateurish and unbelieveable. Maybe that is why it succeeded and to this day I have remained convinced that such secretive efforts by freedom loving people can make a difference beyond what governmental covert operations achieve. What kept my organization almost totally out of the arm of any justice investigation was to me a brilliant stroke of having read The Scarlet Pimpernel and to some small extent adopting the baffone role of nerd, jerk, playboy, and setting up such an idiotic system that no one could ever decipher without having the code for which only my associates possessed. Only I had the master code index and each agent if you want to call my team by that name (I really prefer it to the term ‘spy’) had been issued one and all communications differed while still using the simplest of devices. It is hard to believe that it worked so well and remains undetected to this day although now retired, I have no need it remain so. My contacts are no longer needed or are engaged being retired themselves or having died meanwhile.

Being a correspondence chess player, an artistic flare for drawing, I was quite determined to infiltrate enemy and neutral territories having had the opportunity of make numerous acquaintenances both by mail and by world travel to distant lands during holidays. Why, might you ask would I even consider such a role independent of any national backing. Point blank such an idea would be shot down as stupid. Yes, stupid is as stupid does. That thought convinced me that no one would ever take anything I did as serious or damaging and so I quite as a practical matter adopted the role as baffone. Hence my organization once in place remained totally out of the loop of those who sought to investigate subversive activities either here at home or abroad and any such inkling would end up in the dust heap as “no action required.” Admittedly there were some close calls as my contacts revealed but the whole system remained intact and undetected as anything but an innocent waste of one’s time with a drawing. Therein lays the element of total brilliance on my part. Something right out in sight is ignored! A system so simple that no one can break the codes because each was established independent of the others with only the leader having the index.

The system code lay in the diagram of a partial board as the base of a chess Knight. The color I used to fill in the outline differed, the lines used to color in the squares actually possessed the instruction to my contact and varied depending upon the nature and whereabouts of the information to retrieve. A number of bookworms had established a network of bookstores from which to carry on their activities and those involved were not directly known to me but the group was kept small and only the most trusted and supportive of freedom had been recruited by my contacts. Of course a mole could always turn up but even in that case no real breakdown could exist since the codes were individual and the main contact possessed it soley. Even if brought in for questioning, what harm was there in a correspondence from America where my artwork was depicted on say an envelope or chess mail card?  That remained my main manner of transmittal. Game play had nothing to do directly with the messages.

The nature of the message codes were naming of various meeting rooms where talks to a close knit of believers in human dignity, national honor and love of freedom often found little outlet otherwise. It is hard to imagine that in America where we have so many freedoms to congregate and express our feelings and beliefs that others around the world lack that same human condition and live in fear that even close friends or family members might turn them in to authorities. From these meetings, each could go forth and did so relating much of the discussion and these found their way into church groups. It amazed me that despite the seemingly open expression, that authorities were never able to unveil the umbrella of secrecy that drew these patriots for free expression and battlement against fascists either at the local or national level.

My main purpose was to work to destroy the ambitious communist attempts throughout the globe. Only by truth can the follies of the communist system where individual incentive is repressed and a capitalistic view is set upon by a socialistic view of collective doctrinatorial reeducation or being hidden away in the gulags to repress freedom of thought, the individual, the family, and the religious beliefs that helped make the United States of America the place most want to emigrate to from around the world.

During our long out of the public eye existence and subversive operational directives there existed much to depress the peoples behind the iron curtain. What happened to Czech GM Pachman, to the many famous players within the motherland of Russia and the USSR in general is well documented today by those very oppressed people who managed to emigrate to other lands where they could practice their art free of intimidation and or because of refusal to sign a Communist Membership Card. That the Soviet government could condemn GM Boris Spassky for his failure to quit the match while leading against Fischer who refused and stayed to do battle with the most feared chessplayer ever to mix it up with communists were such as the meat for our body.

Today we see the result of a sinister and growing menace that communism as described in THE NAKED COMMUNIST written when I was but a child and which gripped me with the iron philosophy of the beauty of our own Land. If one views the nature of Putin, of using oil as a blackmail to Europe, to the bomber flights that peek along our shores and others, of GM Kasparov’s failed efforts to keep Russia a true democracy. As the above book notes, communist philosophy is progress pushing ever forward to its evil ends because it is willing to take two-steps backwards inorder to advance three-steps.


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