Commies, fooled commies

This time my boundless thirst for knowledge led me to pick up former John Birch Society member Gary Allen’s short book None Dare Call It Conspiracy (published in 1972). It appears to be a decent introduction to the idea that communism (and socialism) are both frauds as neither of them is actually aimed at achieving what most people think and what their proponents claim. And they have been frauds from the very beginning when the so called League of Just Men financed Karl Marx’s work on the commie manifesto. Still, after reading books like The Rothschild Money Trust and Pawns in the Game in addition to various material online, Allen’s book doesn’t contain that much new material to me. Of course there’s for example a good deal of information on the structure of the secret alliance which includes The Council on Foreign Relations in the US and the Round Table Group in Europe and how the Jewish bankers made sure the USSR was made in the US. Though some of the content is still news to me, such as the following regarding the Rockefeller connection to the Soviet Union:

Indicative of this was a strange event which occurred in October of 1964. David Rockefeller, president of the Chase Manhattan Bank and chairman of the board of the Council on Foreign Relations, took a vacation in the Soviet Union. This is a peculiar place for the world’s greatest “imperialist” to take his vacation since much of Communist propaganda deals with taking all of David’s wealth away from him and distributing it to “the people.” A few days after Rockefeller ended his “vacation” in the Kremlin, Nikita Khrushchev was recalled from a vacation at a Black Sea resort to learn that he had been fired. How strange! As far as the world knew, Khrushchev was the absolute dictator of the Soviet government and, more important, head of the Communist Party which runs the USSR. Who has the power to fire the man who was supposedly the absolute dictator? Did David Rockefeller journey to the Soviet Union to fire an employee? Obviously the position of premier in the Soviet Union is a figurehead with the true power residing elsewhere. Perhaps in New York.

I have not had the time to find other confirmation of that item but it wouldn’t surprise me a bit if that turned out to be true.

Obviously, Allen was hoping that the book might have more effect than it so far has had, as the conspiracy seems to have grown only stronger in the last 30+ years (though it is of course possible that without the book and some awakened citizens the conspirators would have been even more succesful.. maybe that’s why we haven’t *yet* had the third world war).

Yet he does offer some decently inspirational words to the reader in the end. It is up to each and every one of us, who are smart enough to see what most others have not yet seen, to do what ever we can to bring down the pyramid scheme the elites have constructed to bring enslavement for the masses below them. Though I have to confess that I have not yet figured out my own battle plan that would offer me a realistic chance of bringing the beast down, the little light inside my head might lit up any day now. And from then on it would be show time.

Update: I just found an intriguing interview with Eustace Mullins in which Mullins makes some interesting claims about the JBS:

On the John Birch Society…

JBS was setup by Nelson Rockefeller. I knew two people at the original meeting. They needed a right-wing, anti-communist organization. NR decided that Robert Welch was the man to run JBS, so he arranged for the sale of Welch’s Candy Co. (where Robert Welch had been working for his brother John) to Nabisco (which was a Rockefeller controlled company) at a highly inflated price and Welch was given an income to run the John Birch Society.

Revilo Oliver was a good friend of mine and he was one of the founders of the JBS. He and I were sitting in his living room once and he told me that he knew Nelson Rockefeller ran the Birch Society because he had a revolving fund at Chase Manhattan Bank, and whenever Welch needed a quarter million dollars to meet the payroll, he’d go to CMB and withdraw the money.

Mullins also slanders Anthony Sutton:

Speaking of Skull and Bones, did you know Anthony Sutton at all?

I knew him well. I traveled with him for years.His scholarship was very good. He was at the Hoover Institution, which was a Rothschild setup. It was setup after WWI to rewrite history. The Rothschilds sent hundreds of people through Europe after the war, through all the war-torn countries, to gather up as many records as they could so they could control their version of history.

Was that Sutton’s take, too?

Well, I always considered Tony to be British Intelligence. He died last year, but I hadn’t seen him in several years because he was on the lam for eight years. He’d embezzled money from several people, promising to write books and never wrote them. What had happened was that he’d married a young Japanese girl and she had very expensive tastes, so he ran up a lot of debts.

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