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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

14 Replies to “In 1958 some people knew what was going on”

    • I posted the above video because I was unable to play the Facebook video.
      Here is the entire speech:

      “Look at the Score (1959)”
      federal expression – Published on November 11, 2012

      Robert Welch assesses the advancment of the Communist Conspiracy. He overlays contemporary events over the Stalinist plan for world conquest. 1959

  1. Excellent. Imposing fiscal responsibility with a finite money supply. This will be the greatest step towards a new paradigm, the end of western communism, and peace on Earth.

    • “Saluting the Society”
      by William F. Jasper – October 8, 2018


      Welch fully expected that he and the organization he was founding would be subjected to the same type of vicious smear tactics that had greeted Senator Joseph McCarthy, Congressman Martin Dies, and other anti-communist patriots. However, the sustained intensity of the attacks and the rank mendacity and absurdity of the charges undoubtedly exceeded even Welch’s expectations. McManus deals with all of these underhanded attacks and provides important details that the Society’s critics and their media enablers kept from the American public. Consider, for instance, the oft-repeated smears attempting to link the JBS with the racist Ku Klux Klan. Not only is this charge patently false, but, says McManus, “the Society’s various efforts had diminished Klan influence more than all other anti-Klan organizations combined.” He points, for instance, to the heroic efforts of JBS member Reverend Delmar Dennis, who risked everything, including his life, to infiltrate the Klan for the FBI. He provided the key testimony that convicted Sam Bowers and other top Klansmen in the infamous “Mississippi Burning” case. Reverend Dennis continued to risk his life by going on a speaking tour for the JBS exposing the KKK’s plans for racial warfare, while black JBS members Julia Brown, Lola Belle Holmes, Gerald Kirk, and others went on tour exposing the Communist Party’s similar schemes using black radicals to create racial turmoil.

      McManus also provides a window with a unique view into the historic 1964 Republican National Convention in San Francisco, which nominated Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater, and the malicious media campaign against Goldwater in the presidential race that year. A notable feature of that GOP convention was the KKK-Nazi smear leveled against the JBS from the podium by New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller, who was himself hoping to be nominated. The Rockefeller family, particularly Nelson and his banker brother David, were top targets of the Society for their funding and promotion of communism, socialism, “progressivism,” and globalism.

      • “This is The John Birch Society”
        TheJohnBirchSociety – Published on March 22, 2016

        This lecture was originally filmed in 1969 as a comprehensive introduction to The John Birch Society. The passing of years only serves to make this presentation even more impressive by illustrating that the Society’s principles have not changed.

  2. The Epoch Times: “Chapter Five: Infiltrating the West (Part I)”
    June 14, 2018 Updated: January 2, 2019


    5. The Antiwar and Civil Rights Movements

    Starting from the late 1920s, the communist Workers Party discovered the great potential for revolution among black Americans. They called for the establishment of a Soviet “Negro Republic” in the middle of the South, which was home to many blacks. [32] A communist propaganda handbook published in 1934, “The Negroes in a Soviet America,” proposed a combined racial revolution in the South with the overall proletarian revolution. [33]

    The civil rights movements in the United States in the 1960s received support from the Soviet and Chinese communist parties. When Leonard Patterson, a black man and former member of the CPUSA who received training in Moscow, withdrew from the party, he testified that those leading the insurrection and rioting among American blacks enjoyed the Party’s strong support. Both he and CPUSA General Secretary Gus Hall had been to Moscow to receive training. [34]

    “I Trained In Moscow For Black Revolution – Leonard Patterson” 1965?
    Swamp Yankee – Published on August 20, 2011

    A former communist who trained in Moscow discusses his experience in the Communist party and how the Communist Party inflitrated the Civil Rights Movement. Mr. Patterson was on the Speaker’s Bureau of The John Birch Society.

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