'The War Is Not Over'

WASHINGTON - President Bush led the nation on Monday in marking the fifth anniversary of the Sept. Full Story
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286408 Jan 31, 2013
Academy, Yale, joined Skull and Bones, graduated in 1948, worked in Ohio as treasurer for subsidiaries of Dresser Industries where his father was a long time board member. 41-43

Unsuccessful U.S. Senate run, 1970 45
Undistinguished UN ambassador, 1971-72 30
Undistinguished Republican Party chairman, 1973-74 31
Chief of US China mission 1974-75 31
Director of CIA December 1975-76 31
Executive chairman of Dallas's First Bancshares and its London merchant banking Subsidiary 1977-78. 279 George 1 was Vice President.


Oil George 1 left Dresser in 1951 and starts Zapatu with $50,000 from dad and $850,000 from friends of George Herbert Walker Jr. He was principally involved with the investment side of the business. 43,125
Zapata Offshore is formed, operates close to Cuba, and some feel it was CIA supported.
Zapatu became Pennzoil and is later tied to Watergate money. 205, 207
After the 1973 Arab-Israel War , the Arabs quadruple the price of oil and cut off deliveries to the US
Another Oil crisis hits in 1970
Ken Lay of Enron fame became involved with George 1 politically and in the oil business. 155
By 1980 US produced under 20% of the worlds oil and imports 30% of its needs. 254 OPIC gave Enron a $56 million loan.
George 1 named Lay to organize G-7 Economic Summit in Huston and later to the President's Economic Council. 157
Military U.S. foreign Military arms sale cross the billion dollar mark in 1968 and really jumped after the the 1970 OPEC crisis when Washington decided arms sales would be a good way to get some of the dollars back that the Middle East oil producers. 263
Zapatu, which provided commercial supplies for the Bay of Pigs invasion, was a CIA part-time purchasing front. 204
Dresser formed Permargo, a Mexican company with CIA ties. 204
As VP, George 1 played a key role in U.S. supplying arms to Iraq. 264 Secretary of Defense Cheney hired Dallas-based Hilliburton's Brown and Roots Services to study how private companies can provide logistics for U.S. military forces around the word. That same year, said company, now Kellogg, Brown and Root, received the first big five-year logistics government support contract. 171
Since 1994, Kellogg, Brown and Root and Virginia-based management and technology consulting Booz, Allen and Hamilton receivd 75% of the 3,000 government support contracts worth $300 billion. 172
CIA Arthur Burr Darling, a known intelligence community agent and George 1's history teacher at Andover, compiled a history of the CIA. 200
Democratically elected Iranian fell because of a 1953 CIA- British intelligence orchestrated coup d’etat necessitated by the nationalization of Iranian oil and closed the very profitable British owned Anglo-Iranian Oil Company. 3 1976 George 1 is director of CIA. 31
Bush promoted many covert operations practitioners, protected agents from indictment by the President Ford Justice Department, and protected former CIA Director Richard Helms who was let off with a fine and suspended sentence for lying to Congress. 280
President Carter abruptly fires 800 of 4,000 CIA covert operations, many had been recently vulnerable to indictment. Bill Casey, with strong ties to the CIA, joined Reagan as his campaign campaign manager and brings along dozens of fired covert operatives. 282
Failed attempts to rescue Iran Hostages was run by CIA operatives who in the mid 1980's became prominent Bush operative. 285
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rider

Gwinn, MI

#286409 Jan 31, 2013
Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brown_Brothers_H... .
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286410 Jan 31, 2013
CHENEY'S HALLIBURTON (ROOT & BROWN) THING LEADS DIRECTLY TO THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION.

After serving as Secretary of Defense for President Bush, Cheney reaped the financial rewards of the revolving money door between the military and industry. Cheney became a member of the board of directors of Morgan Stanley. the Union Pacific Corp., Procter & Gamble Co. and Electronic Data Systems Corp.(Ross Perot company) But, most important, in 1995 Cheney became the CEO of Halliburton (owner of Brown and Root)( Cheney, the chairman of the board, holds a $45.5 million stake as Halliburton's biggest individual stockholder. Brown and Root reaped multi-millions from the Bosnia war.

In 1998 Richard Cheney got the idea that Halliburton should purchase Dresser Industries, for $8.1 billion (creating the world's largest oil-drilling services company) while on a quail hunt with Dresser chair Bill Bradford. Dresser and Halliburton merged. Dresser Industries was owned and operated by Brown Brothers Harriman. Prescott Bush (George H.W.'s father) was a partner of Brown Brothers and on the board of Dresser for decades until he became a U.S. Senator.

http://www.hiddenmysteries.org/conspiracy/cov...
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286411 Jan 31, 2013
Dr. John Mercer Walker, Sr. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_M._Walker
Spocko

Oakland, CA

#286412 Jan 31, 2013
The first victim in Newtown was heavily armed and now she's dead because of it – clearly the argument for more guns is hardly the answer to the problem. An argument can be made that the 2nd amendment is hopelessly outdated and obsolete – every gun needs to be registered on a yearly bases and require liability insurance. The wingnuz clinging to their guns like a baby clinging to its woobie is reminiscent to the creationist nonsense! We know more about nature and its evolutionary continuum than ever before and we know it clearly and without a doubt, yet here are the wingnuz, knowing it better by regression like a bunch of degenerates! Next time you see a member of Congress pushing a pro-gun agenda, ask them why they feel the U.S. government needs to be overthrown. Ask them why they support terrorism. The Second Amendment has been voided by history and was never in place for any of the reasons the NRA, any senator or congressman has given as a reason for opposing sensible gun regulation since Reconstruction. Besides, the 2nd amendment has nothing to do with gun-control in a modern society!
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286413 Jan 31, 2013
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286414 Jan 31, 2013
Something curious is taking place. The nomination of Chuck Hagel as Secretary of Defense came under fire from the friends of Israel even before it was certain that President Barack Obama would name him to the post. Hagel demonstrably has no particular animus towards Israel but he, while senator, refused to kowtow to the Israel Lobby, failing to sign on to letters and position statements, saying that he was first and foremost a United States Senator, not a representative of a foreign power. He also favors negotiations with Iran to end the nuclear standoff, which critics immediately latched onto as a sign of weakness and a further indication that he did not have Israel’s back. Bill Kristol, head of the Emergency Committee for Israel, quickly piled on to the Hagel nomination, followed by the Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin and Charles Krauthammer, convicted Iran contra felon Elliot Abrams, reliably liberal Rachel Maddow, Harvard’s own Israel firster Alan Dershowitz, Mitt Romney adviser Dan Senor, and Johns Hopkins’ Professor Eliot Cohen. Several critics, including the American Enterprise Institute’s Danielle Pletka, accused Hagel of being anti-Semitic and Islamophobe Pamela Geller described him as a “Jew hater.” Transplanted American now-living-in-Israel Caroline Glick somewhat more confusingly wrote that he “hates Jews that think that Jews have rights.” Major Jewish organizations including the Anti-Defamation League and The American Jewish Committee, quickly followed suit, with ADL’s Abe Foxman saying “the sentiments he’s [Hagel’s] expressed about the Jewish lobby border on anti-Semitism in the genre of professors John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt and former president Jimmy Carter” while the AJC’s David Harris added “We’re not in the opposition camp, we’re in the concerned camp. We’re going to count on the Senate to examine, as it must, key issues of concern.”

http://america-hijacked.com/2013/01/17/it-is-...
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286416 Jan 31, 2013
Neocon Nightmare: The Truth Behind the Attacks on Chuck Hagel
If President Obama's second term includes decision making as bold and intelligent as his nomination of Chuck Hagel to be Secretary of Defense, his presidency might finally fulfill the promise of audacity and change that rallied so many to his campaign five years ago. In fact, the more ridiculous the claims being made by Hagel's critics become, the more the real reasons they don't want him -- and the wisdom of the choice -- come into stark relief.
The latest canard is about Hagel's supposed "temperament." The charge was made this past Sunday by Tennessee Senator Bob Corker, appearing on ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos. "I think another thing, George, that's going to come up is just his overall temperament," said Corker, "and is he suited to run a department or a big agency or a big entity like the Pentagon?" Given that this was a new one, Stephanopoulos asked, slightly incredulously, "Do you have questions about his temperament?" Corker replied, "I think there are numbers of staffers who are coming forth now just talking about the way he has dealt with them."
Ah yes, his temperament. It's a modern-day male version of the old dig that used to be directed at women, that they might be "PMSing" and therefore shouldn't be put too close to big boy military equipment. It's also worth pointing out that this line of attack is coming from a party that thoroughly approved of that shrinking violet of a Defense Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld. It's further worth noting that the opposition to Hagel is being led partly by Senator John McCain, the same guy who thought it prudent to potentially put Sarah Palin second in line to the presidency -- and whose own "temperament" has often been called into question.
But if Hagel's temperament is somehow relevant, it puts me in mind of the quote by Lincoln who, when approached by some of Grant's critics about the general's drinking, is supposed to have said: "Let me know what brand of whiskey Grant uses. For if it makes fighting generals like Grant, I should like to get some of it for distribution."
Now, I'm not saying Chuck Hagel is perfect or that I agree with every position he's ever taken, but leadership isn't about conforming to a checklist. Hagel is being nominated for a particular job, and for that job, he has a strong record. And this is exactly why his critics are grasping for straws -- because they don't want to discuss that record, nor what this debate is really about: the Iraq War.
Yes, then-Senator Hagel voted for the resolution to authorize the war. But even before the vote, he expressed more reservations than most of his colleagues. "You can take the country into a war pretty fast," he said in 2002, "but you can't get us out as quickly, and the public needs to know what the risks are." In his 2008 book America: "Chuck has the wherewithal and the ability to speak truth to power. He's demonstrated that throughout his entire career. That is a value that is extraordinarily important to the president." And to the country
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/arianna-huffing...
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286417 Jan 31, 2013
2012 NEW Loose Change 3rd Edition! MUST SEE! 9/11 Truth .
ABs

Atlanta, GA

#286418 Jan 31, 2013
Spocko wrote:
The first victim in Newtown was heavily armed and now she's dead because of it – clearly the argument for more guns is hardly the answer to the problem. An argument can be made that the 2nd amendment is hopelessly outdated and obsolete – every gun needs to be registered on a yearly bases and require liability insurance. The wingnuz clinging to their guns like a baby clinging to its woobie is reminiscent to the creationist nonsense! We know more about nature and its evolutionary continuum than ever before and we know it clearly and without a doubt, yet here are the wingnuz, knowing it better by regression like a bunch of degenerates! Next time you see a member of Congress pushing a pro-gun agenda, ask them why they feel the U.S. government needs to be overthrown. Ask them why they support terrorism. The Second Amendment has been voided by history and was never in place for any of the reasons the NRA, any senator or congressman has given as a reason for opposing sensible gun regulation since Reconstruction. Besides, the 2nd amendment has nothing to do with gun-control in a modern society!
Yes...I can see the long lines in Watts now...re-registering their illegally obtained guns annually....lol...and the gangs of new york...on a cold february day...waiting patiently to annualy register their saturday night specials before heading out to the hood and offing some stupid punk arrrse rival gang muddder fudder...
Francis my friend, you are proof positive you cannot fix stupid...
ABs

Atlanta, GA

#286419 Jan 31, 2013
MUQ wrote:
It seems either this thread is dead ....
Or
The War is over!!
Just taking a break...

beware another 6 day beatdown coming...

Syria today threatened to retaliate for an Israeli airstrike, and its ally Iran chimed in, too, saying there will be repercussions for the Jewish state over the attack. Syria's ambassador to Lebanon said Damascus "has the option and the capacity to surprise in retaliation." He said he could not predict when Damascus would retaliate, noting it was up to the relevant authorities to prepare the retaliation and choose the time and place. In Iran, the semi-official Fars news agency quoted the deputy foreign minister as saying the raid on Syria will have significant implications for Israel.

Syrian ally Russia also expressed concern, saying it appeared to be an unprovoked attack on a sovereign nation. "Whatever the motives, this is not justified," declared its Foreign Ministry. In Israel, a lawmaker close to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stopped short of confirming involvement in the strike, which reportedly targeted a convoy believed to be carrying anti-aircraft weapons bound for Hezbollah. But he hinted that Israel could carry out similar missions in the future.
John_Schuylkill County_Pa

Frackville, PA

#286420 Jan 31, 2013
Fox News Propaganda Liars wrote:
<quoted text>
Bush was warned for 8 months about an al Qaeda attack inside the United States and DID NOTHING TO STOP IT.
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Proof Bush Is Guilty For September 11, 2001
http://tinyurl.com/2mp757
On July 10, 2001, Phoenix FBI agent Kenneth Williams sent a warning memo to FBI headquarters warning that middle eastern fundamentalist men were learning how to fly airplanes. Not learning how to take-off, and not learning how to land.
July 20, 2001 FBI warned Bush about planes being used as weapons in Genoa Italy G8 Summit.
On July 26, 2001, CBS News http://tinyurl.com/9s52o reported that John Ashcroft was warned by the FBI not to fly on commercial airlines.
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2001/07/26/nat...
On August 6, 2001, Ignorant "Iraqi Oil" Bush was warned by the CIA: Usama bin Laden determined to strike inside the United States.
On August 17, 2001, Minneapolis FBI agent Coleen Rowley sent a blistering 13 page letter to FBI Director Robert Mueller warning him the French Intelligence Service confirmed that Zacarias Moussaoui has affiliations with Usama bin Laden and connections with al Qaeda terrorists.
FBI agent Rowley also warned Director Mueller that Zacarias Moussaui took flying lessons in Oklahoma. Not learning how to take-off, and not learning how to land. Just learning how to fly. All Americans should impeach Bush for not protecting America on September 11, 2001.
http://archives.cnn.com/2001/WORLD/europe/06/...
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F.A.A. Alerted on Qaeda in '98, 9/11 Panel Said
http://tinyurl.com/q5nzr September 14, 2005
American aviation officials were warned as early as 1998 that Al Qaeda could "seek to hijack a commercial jet and slam it into a U.S. landmark," according to previously secret portions of a report prepared last year by the Sept. 11 commission. The officials also realized months before the Sept. 11 attacks that two of the three airports used in the hijackings had suffered repeated security lapses.
Federal Aviation Administration officials were also warned in 2001 in a report prepared for the agency that airport screeners' ability to detect possible weapons had "declined significantly" in recent years, but little was done to remedy the problem, the Sept. 11 commission found.
The White House and many members of the commission, which has completed its official work, have been battling for more than a year over the release of the commission's report on aviation failures, which was completed in August 2004.
A heavily redacted version was released by the Bush administration in January, but commission members complained that the deleted material contained information critical to the public's understanding of what went wrong on Sept. 11. In response, the administration prepared a new public version of the report, which was posted Tuesday on the National Archives Web site.
While the new version still blacks out numerous references to particular shortcomings in aviation security, it restores dozens of other portions of the report that the administration had considered too sensitive for public release.
http://www.nytimes.com/2005/09/14/politics/14...
The people that tod Bush did nothing about it
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286422 Jan 31, 2013
By spearheading the gun industry’s extremist agenda, which is not even supported by its own members, the leadership of the National Rifle Association (NRA) is proving itself to be uniquely despicable. And with all the hate groups out there -- groups we’re all too familiar with here at Scripture Institute -- that’s saying something.

Gun violence is a continuing national tragedy. But since the Sandy Hook shooting, NRA leaders have been aggressively, and dangerously, stoking irrational paranoia about attacks on Americans’ freedoms, erroneously conflating common sense policies that could help reduce gun violence with infringements on constitutional rights. In an ad released yesterday -- which they pulled down later the same day -- the NRA accused President Obama of being an “elitist hypocrite” for having secret service protection for his children.


The NRA is a massive organization, with immense wealth and powerful lobbyists. But the American people and even, according to polls, vast majorities of gun owners and the NRA’s own rank and file membership support many of the common sense reforms opposed by the NRA. However, because of the political clout the NRA leadership and the gun industry have with many politicians, particularly in the GOP, it’s going to take a groundswell of Americans demanding action if change is going to happen.

NRA spokespersons have served up a heap of rhetoric aimed at manipulating ordinary people into zealous support of the gun industry’s ability to make as much profit as possible with as little restriction as possible, the safety and welfare of the public be damned. And an unholy alliance of far-right organizations, activists and politicians, including much of the Religious Right, has fallen in behind the NRA in staunch opposition to any common sense reforms that could help stem gun violence.
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286423 Jan 31, 2013
As an actor Heston had a real impact on my life, thrilling me & entertaining me at just about every stage from childhood to teen years to adulthood. So I was particularly discouraged & even a little angry when he became an out-there-on-the-fringe political nutjob. He was not just out there as a gun advocate, which would've been all right even if I disagreed with some of it, but became a speaker for white supremacy.

In 1999 I reported on the NRA's more extremist attributes & how Heston entered the fray. The second ammendment speaks of the right to form militias & though the NRA was founded & long dominated by Democrats, this began to change by the late 1950s. It was not anti gun control until the 1960s, & as years ticked by, the NRA became more & more alligned with white power militias.

I speak of the leadership who directed lobbying activity & selected the guests of honors for national conventions; the larger & largely silent membership still believed in the rights of hunters not the rights to form militias & advocate race wars.

Who were these racists, anti-American militiamen, & white supremecists in charge of the NRA? There's no end of examples. Wayne Stump has not only served on board of NRA but also published his own insane conspiracy journal Operation Vampire Killer & founded a racist anti-immigration organization trying to stop Spanish from being taught in school systems.

Or Leroy Pyle when not advocating for NRA was busy in the racist Illinois Militia, on the list of organizations most apt to bomb federal buildings. Extremist T.J. Johnston was on the NRA board & headed "safety instruction" for NRA as a method of first-contact with the public who might not come if it was overtly admitted to be an opportunity for mind-melds with an instructor who was just as busy organizing a white racist militia in California, the Orange County Corp, all NRA members.
Spocko

Oakland, CA

#286425 Jan 31, 2013
ABs wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes...I can see the long lines in Watts now...re-registering their illegally obtained guns annually....lol...and the gangs of new york...on a cold february day...waiting patiently to annualy register their saturday night specials before heading out to the hood and offing some stupid punk arrrse rival gang muddder fudder...
Francis my friend, you are proof positive you cannot fix stupid...
Wayne LaPierre stood before an American flag and soberly addressed the nation about firearms and student safety: "We believe in absolutely gun-free, zero-tolerance, totally safe schools. That means no guns in America's schools, period," LaPierre said, carving out a "rare exception" for professional law enforcement. LaPierre even proposed making the mere mention of the word "guns" in schools a crime: "Such behavior in our schools should be prosecuted just as certainly as such behavior in our airports is prosecuted," LaPierre said. No this speech wasn't delivered in an alternate universe. The date was May 1st, 1999, at the NRA's national convention in Denver. In the aftermath of the rampage at Columbine in nearby Littleton CO.

The disconnect between the NRA chief's conciliatory address 14 years ago and his combative press conference in the aftermath of the slaughter of 20 first-graders in Newtown CT, could hardly be more jarring. In his now-infamous December 21st tirade, LaPierre ripped the gun-free zones he once championed as an invitation to the "monsters and predators of this world," advertising to "every insane killer in America that schools are their safest place to inflict maximum mayhem with minimum risk."

Shameless LaPierre then offered what he called a "proven" solution to school gun violence – one that would open a lucrative new market for the gun industry while tidily expanding the power of the NRA itself. "The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun," before proposing that armed, NRA-trained vigilantes should patrol each of the nation's nearly 100,000 public schools.
The man is either on medication or he has constructed his own universe completely disconnected from reality!
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286427 Jan 31, 2013
Republican Retard Club
Fighting to oppose assault weapon regulation on a pile of dead elementary schoolchildren
Tax breaks for the wealthiest at the expense of America's middle class & poor
Threatening to not pay for expenses approved by Congress
Denying women control over their own bodies?!?!
Aiming for immigrant “self-deportation”
Distorting reality to achieve goals
“Family values” hypocrisy!!!
Waging “WAR ON UNIONS”
Rigging elections...
http://republicanretardclub.blogspot.com/2012...
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286428 Jan 31, 2013
The CNP's aim is to set the future direction for the conservative movement and for national policy. There are six standing committees, including a committee on law and justice, co-chaired by former Reagan Attorney General Edwin Meese. Members include Soldier of Fortune's Robert K. Brown, congressional representatives Helen Chenowith, R-Idaho, the Stockman, both militia sympathizers, and Armey, GOA chairman H.L. Richardson co-chairs the CNP's committee on institutional reform with right-wing fund-raiser Richard Viguerie.

While Pratt is simply a member of CNP, he is secretary of the Council for Inter-American Security, another well-connected outfit, the president of which was assistant director of the Peace Corps under former President Richard Nixon. CIS supported Oliver North's efforts to fund the Nicaraguan contras. North, who was then a member of Reagan's National Security Council, congratulated CIS for that support. North also received about $2,000 for his unsuccessful Virginia senatorial campaign last year from GOA's PAC.

Pratt has other pet conservative causes as well, such as English First, one of the most radical organizations in the right-wing's campaign against bilingual education and immigration. English First, which Pratt, helped found, has been accused of racism. It maintains a small political action committee that raised $2,400 in 1994. It divided the money among North, Maryland's Rep. Roscoe Bartlett (who also received PAC money from GOA) and seven others. Arizona pol Wayne Stump (now on the NRA's board of directors) served on its advisory board in 1985.

John Stoos, the former Western representative for English First and the former executive director of the Gun Owners of California, has also been an adviser to the California chapter of the powerful Christian Coalition - which is headed by the Rev. Pat Robertson, managed by the charismatic Ralph Reed and courted by every major Republican politician, including the presidential contenders.
THE COUNCIL FOR NATIONAL POLICY




Introduction
The National Center for Privatization
The Mont Pelerin Society
Privatizing Latin America
The Moral Majority

The Religious Roundtable
The Council for National Policy
Wycliffe Bible Translators
The British Eugenics Establishment
CNP Database of Past/Present Officers & Prominent Members

http://watch.pair.com/cnp.html
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286429 Jan 31, 2013
THE COUNCIL FOR NATIONAL POLICY




Introduction
The National Center for Privatization
The Mont Pelerin Society
Privatizing Latin America
The Moral Majority

The Religious Roundtable
The Council for National Policy
Wycliffe Bible Translators
The British Eugenics Establishment
CNP Database of Past/Present Officers & Prominent Members

http://watch.pair.com/cnp.html
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286430 Jan 31, 2013
With the onset of the McCarthy era 50 years ago, any perceived threat to U.S. sovereignty from the British Round Table and its American branch shifted to an obsession with the Soviet Union. Roy Cohn, who was legal counsel to Sen. Joseph McCarthy during the anti-Communist Senate investigations of the 1950s, would later become a member of the John Birch Society and a principle figure in the JBS intelligence gathering operation, the Western Goals Foundation. Out of the latter emerged the core group which, in 1981, formed the present Council for National Policy -- a consortium of high level political, corporate and evangelical leaders which is the primary coordinating body and funding conduit for Christian Right projects.

Sara Diamond's book, Roads to Dominion: Right-Wing Movements and Political Power in the United States, notes: "Before and after the formation of the John Birch Society, corporations played a major role in rallying the public to the anticommunist cause." 1.

In 1947, the Taft-Hartley Act granted corporations the right to distribute literature to counter labor union organizing -- a movement they blamed on the communists. To reduce the cost of producing and distributing anti-Communist materials, corporations turned to non-profit organizations such as the JBS.

By 1963, corporations were spending an estimated $25 million per year on anticommunist literature... Some corporations circulated print and audio-visual materials produced by the John Birch Society; other corporations produced their own in-house literature...By the early 1960s, the Nation magazine reported that there was a minimum of 6,600 corporate-financed anticommunist broadcasts, carried by more than 1,300 radio and television stations at a total annual budget of about $20 million... Leading sponsors included Texas oil billionaire H.L. Hunt and Howard J. Pew of Sun Oil. The corporate sector's massive anticommunist propaganda campaigns created a favorable climate for the mobilization of activist groups like the John Birch Society. 2.

http://www.sweetliberty.org/jbscnp.htm
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286431 Jan 31, 2013
Reed and Norquist, together with their young boss Jack Abramoff, had been put in charge of the national College Republicans (CR) at the outset of the Ronald Reagan Presidency. This trio, Abramoff (CR chairman), Norquist (CR executive director) and Reed (their intern, later CR executive director), formed a covert partnership which has persisted to the present time.

Recently, front-page corruption scandals hitting House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-Tex.), have featured Jack Abramoff's wild influence-selling adventures, and Ralph Reed's bold and profitable manipulations of religious groups, with Norquist's key place in the schemes looming on the edge of news coverage.(See "A Traveling Partnership.")

DeLay's accelerating downfall has put the spotlight on these operatives' roles in building up DeLay's dictatorship over the House of Representatives.

Reed and his close allies have been at the center of an apparatus, used by the current Washington regime to attempt the consolidation of a coup d'état; to impose a dictatorship on the ruins of the lawful government, with the Congress a mere rubber stamp, and the independent judiciary terrorized and taken down. The coup attempt continues, now with an edge of real desperation in the face of more determined opposition.

The Reed-created Christian Coalition (with televangelist Pat Robertson as its public face) has been the most significant element in the Religious Right as the regime's bludgeon. A searching look at that group's background, traced through the career of Reed—beginning in the College Republicans' 1980s leadership trio—yields some useful insights into the true nature of the beast now confronting the republic.
http://www.larouchepub.com/other/2005/3216_ch...

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