Tuesday, July 7, 2009

None Dare Call it Conspiracy

A partner at my work told me about how Ezra Taft Benson in the April 1972 conference recommended that everyone read this book. I have placed a YouTube video link at the bottom of this page showing the clip from the April 1972 conference. Here is a link to a copy of the book free online. I started reading the book yesterday and could not put it down; I read the whole thing cover to cover. The book is recommended by Ezra Taft Benson (not only as a General Authority, but as former Secretary of Agriculture), Dan Smoot (former assistant to J. Edgar Hoover), Norman Dodd (Chief Investigator Reece Committee to Investigate Foundations), Dr. Medford Evans (Former Chief of Security for the Atom Bomb Project), Dr. Barney Finkel (President, The Jewish Right), and Dean Clarence E. Manion (Former Dean Notre Dame law school). These people don't strike me as radical conspiracy theorists. The book is well written and has numerous sources to back up its position. If what is written in this book is even partly true, then our political energies shouldn't be necessarily spent blaming either the Democrats or the Republicans for the current mess we are in, but rather we should be blaming the Federal Reserve.

The book sets-out to prove that the Federal Reserve is being used to bring us into capitivity so that a small group of people can amass large amounts of wealth. This group of people use the following lies as weapons (1) Communism is inevitable and (2) Communism is a movement of the downtrodden masses rising up against exploiting bosses. The book asks "How effectively can you oppose anything if you feel your opposition is futile?" Further, it points out that Communism is a confidence game - it is not a movement of the downtrodden masses rising up against exploiting bosses, but a movement by the ultra-rich to consolidate and control the wealth. Another weapon is Federal subsidies - "every field the government attempts to take over it first subsidizes." Yet another weapon is government deficit spending - if their is a debt then the creditor gets to have a say in what happens in government (who is the creditor - the Federal Reserve; who controls the Federal Reserve - a small clique of people wanting to amass wealth)

In addition, we are given two choices (1) on the far left is Communism and (2) on the far right is facism and to stay out of the two extremes is the middle or (3) Fabian Socialism. However, these choices are a prisoners dilemma as it (a) is not inclusive of all forms of government (i.e. you can't place a person who believes in a Constitutional Republic and free enterprise system in this spectrum) and (b) is saying socialism is inevitable. The true choices are (1) Total and complete government (whatever the form - Communist, Socialist, Totalitarian, Facist, etc) and (2) Anarchy or no government. The middle ground here is not a type of government but the amount of it.

None Dare Call it Conspiracy mentions that Karl Marx laid out 10 planks of Communism. It mentions several of the planks in the book so I decided to find out what all the planks are; here they are for your review:

1) Abolition of private property and the application of all rents of land to public purpose
2) A heavy progressive or graduated income tax
3) Abolition of all rights of inheritance
4) Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels
5) Centralization of credit in the hands of the state, by means of a national bank with State capital and an exclusive monopoly
6) Centralization of the means of communications and transporation in the hands of the State
7) Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the State, the bringing into cultivation of waste lands, and the improvement of the soil generally in accordance with a common plan
8) Equal liability of all to labor. Establishment of industrial armies, especially for agriculture
9) Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries, gradual abolition of the distinction between town and country by a more equitable distribution of population over the country
10) Free education for all children in public schools. Abolition of children's factory labor in its present form. Combination of education with industrial production

So what planks are mentioned in None Dare Call it Conspiracy? Plank 5 and straight from the book, "Lenin...said that the establishment of a central bank was ninety percent of communizing a country." Another plank mentioned is plank 2 - a graduated income tax; the graduated income tax supports fiat currency and keeps those not part of the insider clique from amassing wealth.

According to the book, in 1968, George Wallace "maintained that there wasn't a dime's worth of difference between the two parties" - in other words, we have two political parties but only a single ideology (one world Socialism). Sound familiar with our choices in the last election?

In order to bring about their ideals, the small clique wants the (1) elimination of the right to private property, (2) the dissolution of the family unit, and (3) the destruction of religion.

Some interesting quotes from the book:

Quoting Walter Trohan - "Conservatives should be realistic enough to recognize that this country is going deeper into socialism and will see expansion of federal power, whether Republican or Democrats are in power. The only comfort they may have is that the pace will be slower under Richard M. Nixon than it might have been under Hubert H. Humphry..."

Quoting Wright Patman - "In the United States today we have in effect two governments...We have the duly constituted Government...Then we have an independent, uncontrolled an uncoordinated government in the Federal Reserve System, operating the money powers which are reserved to Congress by the Constitution." (Key point: Did you know the Federal Reserve has never been audited?)

Quoting the Washington Star - "Former President Lyndon B. Johnson acknowledges that Richard Nixon, as a Republican President, has been able to accomplish some things that a Democratic President could not have..." (does this seem familiar?)

Quoting Thomas Jefferson - "I sincerely believe, with you [John Adams], that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies..."

Who are the great conspirators?

The international bankers including the Rockefellers and the Rothchilds.

What is the establishment of the great conspirators in the United States?

The Council on Foreign Relations (this organization has staffed almost every key position of every administration since those of FDR; that is why Presidents can change but policies remain the same.)

What foundations and "Think Tanks" are interlocked with the Council on Foreign Relations?

Rockefeller, Ford, Carnegie, Rand Corporation, Hudson Institute, Fund for the Republic, and Brookings Institute. (I guess I need to stop letting the kids watch PBS!)

What organization has the most success in bringing to light the conspiracy?

The John Birch Society (JBS.org)

What did the founders of the United States originally set-up?

A Constitutional Republic with very limited government Our government was to be one of severely limited powers; it was to provide for national defense and to establish a court system.

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