Tax-exempt foundations — major branches of the octopus

My bold quest to read whatever books the jews don’t want me to read lead me to W. Cleon Skousen’s The Naked Capitalist which contains some rather interesting commentary on Carroll Quigley’s Tragedy and Hope (which I still have only read partially myself) from a perspective that is not that different from my own.
Skousen is quite naturally mostly interested in Quigley’s insider revelations concerning the secret establishment and his occasionally rather peculiar way of acknowledging the rather treasonous actions of his conspiring colleagues but then acting as if nothing of that sort had been perpetrated or at least that it was all for the good of humanity (like selling out 600 million chinamen to the communists was surely good for the mankind).

Maybe later I’ll write more about other things but today I’ll just note the book also contains a rather good summary of Rene A. Wormser’s Foundations: Their Power and Influence (1958) (I added it to my reading list). I think it may be revealing for newcomers to the idea that no, things don’t happen by chance in the big scheme of things so I’ll include that part of the book here:

A Congressional Committee verifies what Dr. Quigley says concerning the power of tax-exempt foundations

For the sake of brevity, the facts set forth in the Wormser book on the findings of the Reece Committee will be summarized (note: those findings could and should have awoken the masses to the real nature of things and prevented 9/11, the war on terror, ongoing dysgenic development and the displacement of whites etc. if the establishment hadn’t been able to again distract the public – kuromaku). The various references to the specific pages where the details can be read are provided:

  • 1. Political maneuvering to prevent the hearings from being effective. (pp. 341-377)
  • 2. Completely disruptive tactics employed by Congressman Wayne Hays. (pp. 359-366)
  • 3. How rich banking and industrial families give their money to foundations without losing control of their funds. (pp. 11-12)
  • 4. Who actually runs the tax-exempt foundations? (pp. 41-54)
  • 5. How the major foundations are all interlocked into a monolithic monopoly of power to carry out globalist policies. (pp. 57-80)
  • 6. Money of the foundations used to take over the Social Sciences:

    • a. Social Sciences looked upon as a potential political instrument. (pp. 83-86)
    • b. Suppressing social scientists who disagree or criticize. (pp. 86-89)
    • c. Developing an elite corps of social engineers with a compulsive drive to “remake the world” along socialist lines. (pp. 90-100)
    • d. Foundation-sponsored Kinsey report deliberately designed as an attack on Judaic-Christian morality. (pp. 100-105)
    • e. Using social science to sabotage the structure of military services. (pp. 105-110)
    • f. Employing a Marxist Socialist to produce and promote the social science classic, “A Proper Study of Mankind.” (pp. 110-114)
    • g. Importing a Swedish Socialist to produce a study on the American Negro which has created the current climate of revolution and violence. (pp. 114-119)
    • h. Financing The Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences as a vehicle for the spreading of socialist concepts. (pp. 119-125)
    • i. Developing a Marxist elite in academic social science circles. (pp. 125-129)
    • j. Policy of continually emphasizing pathological aspects of American society to discredit its culture. (pp. 129-131)
    • k. Foundation-sponsored research often slanted to conform with pre-conceived objectives. (pp. 75, 131-138)
  • 7. Foundations use their funds to subvert and control American education.

    • a. “Conform or no grant!” (p. 140)
    • b. The birth of Educational Radicalism. ((pp. 143-145)
    • c. Carnegie finances a Socialist charter for education. (pp. 146-152)
    • d. The radical educators. (pp. 152-155)
    • e. The Progressive Education Association. (pp. 155-156)
    • f. Financing and promoting socialist textbooks. (pp. 156-157)
    • g. Financing Left-wing reference works. (pp. 167-171)
    • h. The National Education Association not designed to advance “American” education. (pp. 142, 145, 160, 164-165, 216-217)
  • 8. Tax-Exempt Foundations as instruments of subversion:

    • a. Communist influences in foundations. (pp. 174-177)
    • b. Socialist influences in Foundations. (pp. 177-184)
    • c. Helplessness of the average citizen. (pp. 186-187)
    • d. Ridiculing the American idea of free markets and free enterprise. (pp.187-188)
    • e. The Socialists receive voluminous foundation-support in launching their League for Industrial Democracy. (pp. 188-193)
    • f. Foundations push a long-range program to radicalize American labor. (pp. 193-196)
    • g. Foundations provide Communists, Socialists and similar collectivist mentalities to serve in government. (pp. 196-199)
  • 9. Foundations finance the betrayal of America’s best interest to achieve collectivist internationalism:

    • a. Foundation policies fixed on global schemes. (pp. 200-201)
    • b. Rhodes scholars fed into Government service by foundations. (pp.201-202)
    • c. The Carnegie Endowment for international Peace caught promulgating war. (p. 204)
    • d. International Relations Clubs sponsored by Carnegie to promote socialist internationalism and speakers such as Alger Hiss. (pp. 207-208)
    • e. The Foreign Policy Association as an instrument of opinion-molding to the left. (pp. 208-209)
    • f. History books which keep Americans from learning the truth. (pp. 209-210)
    • g. Promoting the United Nations as the home base for the Socialist-Communist coalition. (pp. 214-126)
    • h. Alger Hiss describes how foundation agencies should be used to affect U.S. policy decisions. (pp. 218-219)

Note that I find it a bit suspicious that Skousen claims that one Kinsey report attacked “Judaic-Christian” morality.

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