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U.S. Invented Soviet Threat

Kurt Nimmo


According to former CIA agents and historians participating in a forum held at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston, in the early 1960s the U.S. government invented the so-called “Missile Gap” and wildly over-estimated the number of ICBMs the Soviet Union had.


A Russian SS-27 Topol-M mobile ICBM

How many ICBMs did the Soviets actually have? Four, according to declassified documents.

The Eisenhower administration used aerial reconnaissance and imaging satellites like the Corona Satellite to discover that the Soviets did not have the advanced technology to threaten the U.S.

As a growing number of historians have realized for years, the so-called Cold War was largely an illusion – known as “policy by press release” – invented by the military industrial complex, the same folks who are selling us new wars and conjured-up threats from the likes of al-Qaeda and now the so-called Haqqani network.

“The study of the Missile Gap period is especially relevant because it relates to today’s situation in Iraq, North Korea, and Iran, said historian and author Fred Kaplan and Timothy Naftali, director of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum and a former Harvard student,” writes Laya Anasu for The Crimson.

The invented Missile Gap – an extension of the supposed Bomber Gap – is part of a larger reality that we never hear about and is not revealed in most history books: the entire Soviet threat was invented by Wall Street and the international bankers.

In Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development 1945 to 1965 written by the late Antony Sutton, we discover that if not for a massive transfer of technology and money to the Bolsheviks in the 1920s and later, Russia would have remained an isolated and backwards rural society. Sutton drew his conclusions after reviewing State Department documents.


Antony Sutton: The Best Enemies Money Can Buy.


“Soviet exports in the late sixties were still those of a backward, underdeveloped country. They consisted chiefly of raw materials and semi-manufactured goods,” Sutton writes in the conclusion of his trilogy. “When manufactured goods were exported they were simple machine tools and vehicles based on Western designs, and they were exported to underdeveloped areas,” he writes.

And yet we were expected to believe at the time that the Soviet Union had developed and manufactured a burgeoning arsenal of sophisticated nuclear weapons.

“In the Bolshevik Revolution we see many of the same old faces that were responsible for creating the Federal Reserve System, initiating the graduated income tax, setting up the tax-free foundations and pushing us into WWI,” writes Gary Allen.

It was “a tiny oligarchical clique at the top” that created the Soviet Union, not because the elite are communists, but because communism is “a method to consolidate and control the wealth” and ultimately build ”an all-powerful world, socialist super-state,” a state we are now beginning to see as the bankers take down the global economy.

We need to keep this in mind as the elite, through their academics and corporate media, try to sell us new threats, for instance the Haqqani terror network recently pushed by the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, Mike Mullen, as he lectured the Senate Armed Services Committee last week.



The corporate media reports that Haqqani is a veritable arm of Pakistan’s ISI, but what they don’t tell you is that the ISI is a creation of British intelligence – shepherded by Major General Walter Joseph Cawthorn, working for MI-6 – and the terror organizations now supposedly threatening the United States (and subsequently replacing the facile threat of the Soviet Union) were created through a collaboration between the ISI and the CIA, beginning in the early 1980s, a fact admitted by none other than the New York Times.

The elite invent scary threats and push them off on us, knowing that we will usually take the bait, as the mass hysteria – and curtailment of our liberties – demonstrated after we were sold the fairy tale that a gaggle of Muslim cave dwellers made NORAD stand down and waved a magic wand that suspended the laws of physics of September 11, 2011.



Sad Cold War Movies


The list below will consist of sad cold war movies featuring the U.S. and U.S.S.R.. The cold war (1947-1991) involved political conflict, military tension and economic competition between Soviet  Russia and its satellite states and primarily the United States and its allies. The cold war never became a military conflict but it did produce proxy wars, the nuclear arms races and espionage. here is a list of must-see sad cold war movies.



Fail-Safe” (1964). Set at Strategic Air Command headquarters, this cold war movie turns sad when a squadron of bombers is mistakenly sent to Russia with orders to drop atomic bombs on Moscow. Without radio contact, and the bombers having passed the “fail safe” point, the world is now on the brink of a nuclear war. The U.S. President (Henry Fonda) phones the Russian Premier to inform him of the coming disaster. All but one of the American bombers crashes after running out of fuel, and the Russian government has sent fighter pilots to shoot the remaining bomber down. Now the U.S. President must figure a way to prevent World War III from happening.
“Collossus: The Forbin Project” (1970). This “computer gone rouge” film is about an electronic brain that controls America’s missile defense system. Collossus’ technicians never conceived of the computer developing intelligence on its own, but it does, and then teams up with its Russian counterpart to take over the world. Although it is sad, this movie reflects the state of world affairs in 1970.

“The Hunt For Red October” (1990). This is one of the last cold war movies that was produced during the cold war era. Marko Ramius (Sean Connery) is a Soviet submarine commander who kills his political advisor, burns his orders and steers his undetectable nuclear submarine towards America. Makos’ plan is to defect, but U.S. intelligence officials believe he is insane and on a mission to start World War III by launching nuclear warheads upon U.S. installations.
“Hostile Waters” (1997). This movie stars Martin Sheen, Rutger Hauer and Max Von Sydow, it was based on an actual 1980s event. After a Russian nuclear submarine collides with an American nuclear submarine off the coast of Bermuda, both crews work very carefully to avoid a nuclear accident while Presidents Reagan an Gorbachev holds sensitive peace talks.
“Thirteen Days” (2000). This sad film was based on actual events surrounding the Cuban missile crisis of 1962. For thirteen days, the U.S and Russia came close to a full scale nuclear war under the administration of President John F. Kennedy. Russian nuclear missiles with the capability of destroying large areas of the U.S. are on Cuba soil. General Lemay (Kevin Conway) wants to invade Cuba, but Kennedy (Bruce Greenwood) after informing the American people, wants to find a peaceful way to reduce the tension between the U.S. and Russia.
“The Sum of All Fears” (2002). Geopolitical warfare is the plot of this cold war movie after Russia gets a new questionable President, Nemerov (Ciaran Hinds). At the same time, a neo-fascist group plots the detonation of a nuclear device that was stolen from a downed Israeli fighter jet at the Super Bowl game in Baltimore, in order to spark a conflict between the U.S. and Russian.

Note: You can find each one of these sad cold war movies on DVD.


China’s spying on U.S.

Editor’s Note:  David Wise is the author of numerous books on national security, intelligence and espionage. His latest book, Tiger Trap:  America’s Secret Spy War with China, was published June 14 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

By David Wise – Special to CNN

China's spying on U.S.

For almost half a century during the Cold War, the world focused on the global espionage battle between the United States and the Soviet Union. The duel between the CIA and the KGB, portrayed in countless books, films and news stories captured the public imagination.


Espionage became a kind of entertainment thanks in no small part to the fictional exploits of James Bond. This fiction masked a cold reality.

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In the actual conflict, spies and their agents died. Lives were shattered. The KGB’s supermoles – Aldrich Ames in the CIA and Robert Hanssen in the FBI – stole U.S. secrets by the trunkful and betrayed agents working for U.S. intelligence. Many of those agents were executed.

A the East-West intelligence battles played out in back alleys across the globe, scant attention was paid to the espionage operations of a rising global power– China. And scant attention was paid to the efforts of U.S. counterintelligence (not always successful) to counter Beijing’s attempts to acquire America’s secrets.


Inside the FBI, Soviet spies were regarded as the principal quarry. Chinese counterintelligence was relegated to a back seat. Yet, China has spied on America for decades with some spectacular but little known results.


During World War II, Soviet spies penetrated the Manhattan Project and stole U.S. atomic secrets. That was not lost on China. In the decades after World War II, Chinese espionage was principally aimed at stealing U.S. nuclear weapons data. By acquiring those secrets, China could bypass years of research and testing and speed its own development of nuclear weapons.

With its modernization efforts devastated by the chaos of the Cultural Revolution, China coveted such shortcuts. So the United States, particularly the nuclear weapons labs at Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore, became its primary target.

The FBI suspected that Gwo-Bao Min, an engineer at the Livermore lab, had passed the secrets of the neutron bomb to China. The case was given the code-name TIGER TRAP by the Bureau. Although the FBI gathered considerable evidence, the Justice Department declined to authorize an arrest.  However, Min was forced to resign from the nuclear weapons lab.


Another priority of Chinese intelligence has been to infiltrate U.S. counterintelligence.  The F.B.I. was penetrated until 2002 by Katrina Leung, a prominent figure in the Chinese American community in Los Angeles who worked as an F.B.I. asset for twenty years under the code name PARLOR MAID.


Leung was having affairs with the bureau’s two top agents on the West Coast responsible for Chinese counterintelligence, James J. Smith and William V. Cleveland, Jr.  She fed F.B.I. secrets to China’s foreign intelligence service, the M.S.S., for years, telling investigators she filched them from Smith’s briefcase during their trysts at her home.


James J. Smith, Top FBI agent

F.B.I. director Robert S. Mueller III assigned his top counterintelligence agent, Leslie G. Wiser, Jr., to go to Los Angeles in 2002 and investigate. Operating with a team of handpicked agents from a secret location in Santa Monica, Wiser broke open the case. Leung and Smith were arrested. Smith pleaded guilty to lying about his affair with Leung. She, too, pleaded guilty to lying about their affair and to failing to report some of her income from the F.B.I. Neither was sentenced to prison. And the government had avoided a sensational espionage trial in which the Bureau’s secrets might have been aired.

The CIA was also penetrated by Chinese intelligence. A mole named Larry Wu-Tai Chin worked for Chinese intelligence for more than 30 years until he was caught by the FBI in 1985.

There have been many more recent examples of Chinese spying against the United States.  Dongfan “Greg” Chung volunteered to spy for China. Chung, a naturalized U.S. citizen, worked in the aerospace industry in southern California for thirty years.


Dongfan "Greg" Chung volunteered to spy for China

At Boeing he was a stress analyst on the space shuttle.  Chung sent twenty-four manuals from Rockwell to China on the B-1 bomber. When the F.B.I. searched his home in California in 2006 they were astonished to find 300,000 pages of Boeing documents hidden in the house pertaining to the space shuttle, rockets and military aircraft.  Some of the documents were in a crawl space underneath the house. Chung was arrested, convicted and sentenced in 2010 to almost sixteen years in prison.

China and the United States have a mutual dependence and a common interest in avoiding conflict.  Without exaggerating the danger of Chinese espionage, it is a fact that China’s spying on America is ongoing, current and shows no sign of diminishing.


Chinese computer hackers have penetrated the Pentagon, the State Department and U.S. companies, such as Google.

Americans should be aware that China, when it can, steals U.S. secrets. The espionage battle is no less real for being largely unseen.

The views expressed in this article are solely those of David Wise.

Adolf Hitler had a British Nephew Who Joined the U.S. Navy During WWII

Hitler’s nephew, who he would come to call “my loathsome nephew”, was originally named William Patrick Hitler, but he later changed it to William Patrick Stuart-Houston to distance himself from his uncle’s name after WWII.  William was born in Liverpool, the son of Adolf Hitler’s half brother, Alois Hitler, Jr., and an Irish woman named Bridget Dowling.

Prior to WWII, William moved from England to Germany where Adolf Hitler got him a job in a bank, which he subsequently left after convincing Hitler to get him a job at an automobile factory, as a salesman. At this point, Hitler began calling him “my loathsome nephew” and began publicly calling him out, stating, “I didn’t become Chancellor for the benefit of my family … No one is going to climb on my back.”

Getting nowhere further with his uncle, William then returned to London for a time and attempted to capitalize on his uncle’s fame there.  He later returned to Germany where Hitler eventually offered William a top ranking position with the Nazis if William would renounce his British citizenship.  William turned down the offer, fearing he’d be trapped in Germany in the coming conflict.

No longer caring to ask for a job or high ranking position, William subsequently began trying to blackmail his uncle, threatening to tell the media stories about Hitler and his family, including threatening to confirm a rumor that Hitler was the illegitimate grandson of the Jewish merchant, Leopold Frankenberger, if Hitler wouldn’t give him money. As you might imagine, this didn’t sit well with Hitler and William was forced to flee back to England, though some reports say he was given a sizable sum before being forced to leave.

Just before the start of WWII, William and his mother were invited to the United States at the invitation of famed publisher William Randolph Hearst.  Hearst then sponsored William on a nationwide lecture tour titled “My Uncle Adolf”, where William would tell stories about Hitler and the Nazis to audiences.

Once the war broke out, William tried to join the British forces, but was denied.  When the U.S. eventually entered the war, William appealed to President Roosevelt to be allowed to join the U.S. forces, stating why he felt he wasn’t being allowed to serve in the British forces: “The British are an insular people and while they are kind and courteous, it is my impression, rightly or wrongly, that they could not in the long term feel overly cordial or sympathetic towards an individual bearing the name I do.”

Roosevelt turned the matter over to the F.B.I. who eventually decided to allow William to join the U.S. navy, despite being a British citizen and the nephew of Hitler.    He served in the navy as a Hospital Corpsman and was discharged in 1947 after three years of service.

Bonus Factoids:

  • After the war, William married and moved to Long Island where he set up his own blood sample analysis business.
  • William had four sons: Alexander, Louis, Howard, and Brian. Three of them live in Long Island today.  The fourth son, Howard, died in a car accident in 1989, two years after William died.  Two of his remaining sons live together and own a landscaping company and the third is a social worker.
  • The apartment William Hitler and his family lived at in Liverpool was destroyed in a German air raid on January 10, 1942.
  • William’s mother, Bridget Dowling, once wrote a manuscript, My Brother-in-Law Adolf, to try to capitalize on Hitler’s fame.  Most of the content of the manuscript has been dismissed by historians including allegations that Hitler spent nearly six months living in Liverpool with her family in 1912 and into 1913.  She also claimed she was the one who convinced him to cut his mustache the way he did, rather than the more traditional handlebar style and claims to have introduced Hitler to astrology, which is something he is said to have taken great stock in while planning some of his military strategies.
  • William’s father, Alois Hitler, left the family to return to Austria in 1914.  Bridget and William did not go with him, though the two did not divorce.  After WWI began, Alois Hitler married Hedwig Weidemann, which subsequently got him in a lot of trouble once authorities discovered he was already married. Alois had a son with his new wife in Austria, Heinz Hitler, who served as a Nazi in WWII and was captured, tortured, and killed by the Soviet Union in 1942.
  • Interestingly, Alois Hitler only managed to escape punishment for getting married while he was already married when his first wife Bridget Dowling intervened with the authorities, claiming she had separated from him before he left for Austria.
  • When Alois Hitler first met Bridget Dowling, he claimed to be a wealthy hotel owner, when, in fact, he was just a waiter at a hotel.  He then eloped with Dowling, despite her father’s threats against him.


Gentlemen’s Spy Set

Kiss of Death

Every good spy story needs a sequel.

Last month, we published a gallery of CIA spy tools that was so popular, we decided to publish a follow-up with more gear.

We’ve expanded the rogue’s gallery of ingenious spy gadgets with a raft of devious tricks from the former Soviet bloc and other countries, including a lipstick gun, shoe bug and a seriously savage rectal Houdini kit (you’ll understand it when you see the pic). We hope you like these as much as you liked the others. All images are courtesy of the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C.


Kiss of Death

For the spy-op gone bad, or simply for any Natscha who found herself out to dinner with the date from hell, this Cold War-era KGB lipstick gun delivered the kiss of death with a single 4.5mm shot.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Button Cam

Button Cam

Ajax was the codename for this hidden coat camera issued by the KGB around 1970. The lens was embedded in the double-breasted jacket’s right middle button.

To snap a surreptitious picture, the spy would squeeze a shutter cable hidden in the coat pocket, triggering the fake button to open for the lens. This was one of several models of buttonhole cameras widely used in the Soviet Union, Europe and North America.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Spy Umbrella

Spy Umbrella

Perfect for a mad Mary Poppins or a gentleman assassin, this KGB-issued umbrella could retard rain or fire a poison pellet. A similar device was used to kill Bulgarian dissident writer Georgi Markov on the streets of London in 1978.

Markov was waiting for a bus to go to work when he felt a sting on the back of one leg and turned to see a man lifting an umbrella from the ground. He died three days later of poisoning from ricin. An autopsy uncovered a pellet the size of a pinhead embedded in his leg.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Seriously Savage Rectal Houdini Kit

Seriously Savage Rectal Houdini Kit

It’s a toss-up which would be worse, getting caught by the enemy or having the cap on this rectal escape kit pop off unexpectedly in a spy’s caboose. The kit was issued by the CIA in the 1960s.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Cyanide Specs

Cyanide Specs

Choosing death over torture, a captured spy in the 1970s could chew on the tip of these CIA-issued spectacles to get at a cyanide pellet hidden inside.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Cyanide Gas Gun

Cyanide Gas Gun

A gas gun similar to this one was used by KGB officer Bogdan Stashinsky to assassinate two Ukrainian dissidents — Lev Rebet and Stepan Bandera — in Germany in 1957 and 1959.

The gun, which Stashinsky concealed in a rolled-up newspaper, exploded hydrogen from a crushed cyanide capsule into the victim’s face, causing him to go into cardiac arrest.

Stashinsky later defected to Germany and confessed to the crimes.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Shoe Bug

Shoe Bug

Spy games weren’t just for the big superpowers. This shoe transmitter was used by the Romanian Secret Service, or Securitate, in the 1960s to 1970s to spy on American diplomats.

Diplomats, reluctant to purchase clothing locally, would have dapper shoes flown in. The spy agency would intercept the shoes at the post office and install a bug and transmitter in the heel to monitor the diplomat’s conversations. The transmitter wouldn’t be detected during an electronic sweep of the diplomat’s office for bugs unless the diplomat was in the room at the time the sweep occurred.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Turd Transmitter

Turd Transmitter

This CIA turd transmitter, issued around 1970, was actually a homing beacon that transmitted a radio signal to pilots overhead to help direct them to bombing targets and reconnaissance sites.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Pipe Pistol

Pipe Pistol

Issued by British Special Forces during World War II, this pipe could fire a small projectile designed to kill a person at close range. The weapon fired by twisting the bowl while holding the stem.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Steineck Watchcam

Steineck Watchcam

This Steineck watchcam, a product of post-World War II Germany, allowed an agent to snap pics while appearing to check the time — no easy feat since there was no viewfinder on the device. The film disk, about an inch across, could produce eight exposures.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Tree Stump Bug

Tree Stump Bug

In the early 1970s, U.S. intelligence agents concealed a bug in an artificial stump and planted it in a wooded area outside Moscow to eavesdrop on radar and communications signals of a Soviet missile system.

The intercepted signals were stored and then transmitted to a satellite passing overhead, then passed to a ground site in the United States. The top of the stump appeared to observers to be opaque, but was actually transparent so that sunlight could filter through and charge the device’s solar batteries.

The KGB eventually discovered the bug.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Fountain Pen Camera

Fountain Pen Camera

When even a pocket camera was too conspicuous, this fountain pen camera did the trick. Issued by the CIA in the late 1970s, this fountain pen was one of three different designs created to conceal a Tropel lens. The others included a key chain and a cigarette lighter.

Designed specifically for photographing documents, devices like this were used by Aleksandr Ogorodnik, codenamed Trigon, who was a senior Soviet diplomat recruited by the CIA in the 1970s. Ogorodnik passed on hundreds of classified documents to the U.S. before he was caught by the KGB. He committed suicide using a poison pill from the CIA before the KGB was able to force him to sign a confession.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Coin Cache

Coin Cache

Issued by the KGB beginning in the 1950s, this hollow coin could conceal microfilm and microdots. It was opened by inserting a needle into a tiny hole in the front of the coin.

Photo: Courtesy of the International Spy Museum

Coal Bomb and Camouflage Kit

Coal Bomb and Camouflage Kit

This lump of coal, issued in the 1940s by the Office of Special Services, precursor to the CIA, concealed explosives that, when shoveled into a boiler fire, would explode.

The accompanying camouflage kit allowed an agent to paint the coal the same color as local coal in order to blend in.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Glove Pistol

Glove Pistol

Issued by the U.S. Navy during World War II, this pistol allowed an operative to take out the enemy without ever removing his gloves. To fire the pistol, the wearer simply pushed the plunger against the victim’s body.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Canteen Bomb

Canteen Bomb

This World War II-era canteen from U.S. Army intelligence concealed explosives that could be used by resistance groups to sabotage encampments behind enemy lines.

Photo: Courtesy of the International Spy Museum

Pigeon Spy Cam

Pigeon Spy Cam

Cameras were used widely to photograph troops and fortifications for the first time in World War I, allowing spies to study enemy weapons and generate topographical maps.

But how to get a camera into enemy territory without endangering the life of a pilot? Enter patriotic pigeons outfitted with tiny cameras that could swoop over military sites and snap photographs without being noticed.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Cufflink Cache

Cufflink Cache

Issued by the KGB in the 1950s, the hollowed base of these cufflinks could be used to smuggle microdot film across a border.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Smoking Kills

Smoking Kills

The Surgeon General was right. Smoking can be hazardous to your health. Particularly when it involves this pack of smokes issued by the KGB in the 1950s, which in reality was an assassination tool.

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum

Fly Button Compass

Fly Button Compass

This button compass, sewn onto the fly of a pair of pants, could help a spy navigate his way to a border. The face of the compass spun on a pin to indicate north (the two dots) or south (one dot).

Photo: Courtesy International Spy Museum



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The Reagan myth is still useful to the Illuminati in duping and misdirecting people who hold traditional values.

by Rollin Stearns
(for henrymakow.com)

The past few days have seen a burst of contrived media celebration of Ronald Reagan. The excuse has been the 100th anniversary of his birth.

The real reason is that Reagan — the Reagan myth — is still useful to the Illuminati in duping and misdirecting people who hold traditional values.

In truth, Reagan was an enemy of these values. He was a highly paid puppet of the Illuminati who let himself be used by those who want to destroy everything he pretended to stand for.

I have to admit he had me fooled too. Back in 1980, people wanted to be rid of the feckless Jimmy Carter. Reagan seemed strong and sincere, upbeat and conservative. To me, he seemed like a man you could trust.

A big mistake. Unfortunately, he’s still got most people fooled. So let’s review the career of Ronald Reagan, and see who the real man was.


First, Reagan was a left-wing Democrat who admired Franklin Roosevelt, the president who revolutionized America by turning the Republic into an Empire. (See Burden of Empire by Garet Garrett.) Even to the end of his career, Reagan was praising Roosevelt.

Later, about the time he divorced his first wife (Jane Wyman) and met Nancy Davis (the daughter of one of Eleanor Roosevelt’s intimates), he underwent a “conversion” to “anti-communism.”  This was the foundation of his reputation as a conservative.

No surprise here, though. In the late 1940s, lots of left-wing liberals were turning against the Communists — many to save their own skins from the revelations of treason that were coming out.

Even when this was not the motive, their “anti-Communism” often meant no more than anti-Stalinism. Trotskyites — who thought of themselves as true Communists — hated Stalin’s guts and hated the Soviet Union. Later, many of them became the so-called “neo-conservatives” who took over Buckley’s National Review, and then, with the election of Reagan, the Republican Party.

But what about Reagan’s opposition to the “evil empire”? What about his big defense build-up that forced the Soviet Union into insolvency? What about his partnership with John-Paul II to free Poland and Eastern Europe?

All this was just part of the Illuminati plan to take the dialectic (capitalist West vs. communist East) to the next level. Gorbachev and Reagan were the appointed leaders to bring about the end of the bipolar world, so that the age of globalization could emerge.

In fact, at their summit at Reykjavik in 1986, Reagan proposed to Gorbachev that America be radically disarmed. Even liberals were stunned by the scope of Reagan’s offer.

But behind the scenes, the American military rebelled, and the accounts of the summit were sanitized and forgotten. The following year Reagan gave his “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall” performance and when the wall did come down, Reagan became “the man who defeated Communism.”


Reagan’s “patriotism” suffered other lapses as well. In 1986 he signed off on amnesty for millions of illegal aliens. You would think as a man of common sense and alleged economic literacy, Reagan would have known that when you reward something, you get more of it. Was the Gipper out to lunch?

And then there was “Iran-Contra.” Reagan was fearlessly fighting the Commies in Central America, but didn’t know that Ollie North was selling arms to Iran to finance this holy war. Out to lunch again?

It was at this point that I ceased to be a “conservative.” All the conservatives I knew seemed to be gaga over North.  Where I come from, his actions are known as treason.

fawnhall.jpg(An aside: Fawn Hall,left, North’s personal secretary — a sensitive position that is carefully vetted — was the daughter of Henry Kissinger’s personal secretary. And Reagan had put Kissinger in charge of Central American policy.)


But what about other Reagan policies? Didn’t he reduce taxes? Didn’ t he reduce the size of government to “get it off our backs,” as he pledged?

Reagan’s career was the triumph of rhetoric over reality. When he ran for President, he promised to put an end to the Departments of Education and Energy. Instead, he strengthened and entrenched them. (He also added a new bureaucracy, the Department of Veterans Affairs.)

As for taxes, he cut them in 1981 — one of his signature accomplishments. But the same year he increased Social Security taxes (excuse me, I mean “insurance premiums”), and in the following years he found other ways to raise taxes without seeming to do so. At the end of his two terms most Americans were paying more in taxes than ever.

After eight years of Reagan the government was larger than ever. The budget was more than 50 percent higher than it was under Carter. And the budget deficit had tripled.

This was due above all to the huge increase in military spending. The military-industrial complex (that Eisenhower had warned against) thrived as it hadn’t since the days of World War II.


Wasn’t Reagan pro-life? A Christian? A family man?  Once again, when it came to things like abortion, Reagan talked a great game. But his Supreme Court Justices gave us Roe v. Wade).

His first appointment was an unqualified woman (O’Connor) with little judicial experience and no discernible judicial philosophy. She was selected for the same reason that Sotomayor and Kagan were: she was a female. And she was no conservative.

In all, Reagan appointed three justices. Later, two of them (predictably including O’Connor) voted to uphold Roe v. Wade in Casey v. Planned Parenthood. (Casey was a critical case: a change in just one of those two votes would have undermined Roe.)

And then there was the Bork nomination. Robert Bork was the most qualified nominee in a generation. But when Teddy Kennedy launched his breathtakingly vitriolic attack on Bork, what did Reagan do?

Nothing. He remained silent. The man who extolled the presidency as a great “bully pulpit” — who might have saved his own nominee if he had just fought for him — instead let him hang out to dry.

So there we have Reagan — the man who as Governor of California signed the first no-fault divorce bill into law; the man whose official schedule was set by his wife according to astrological conjunctions; the man whose whole political career was subsidized by global corporations (GE, Bechtel, etc.) — the man who spent his whole life play-acting a script written by others.

Was he evil? Did he know what he was doing? Or was he truly out to lunch? The latter might explain Reagan’s uncanny ability to seem anti-government even as he enlarged the government’s role.


What was Reagan’s overriding role? And why does it matter now?  Picture two men, one at each end of a cross-cut saw. They’re cutting down a tree.

To the casual observer it looks at first as if the two are working against each other: as one moves forward, the other goes back, and vice versa. But of course they’re working together to achieve a common goal.

In the same way, “liberals” and “conservatives,” Republicans and Democrats, seem to be working against each other. But they’re really working together.

One part will move the country to the left, when the times permit (e.g., because of depression or war). Then, when people become alarmed and resist the move, the other (“opposition”) party will come in.

But instead of restoring the balance, they will merely stop (or slow) the leftward movement. They will consolidate it, until it’s time for the next move left.

In this way the center of gravity moves ever leftward. And what was unthinkable a generation ago becomes mainstream today.

To enact this little dialectic you need some good (or passable) actors, such as Ronald Reagan. That way you control the opposition. You get people who have traditional values to vote for their own destruction.


Rollin Stearns is a former book editor who lives in Maine.

Further reading: Here’s the Rest of Him (1968) and The Counterfeit Candidate (1976), both by Kent Steffgen.

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The USSR was a proxy for the Rothschild banking syndicate. Victor Rothschild was a “Soviet” spy. He was also Churchill’s handler. The Illuminati make war on humanity by instigating war and controlling both sides. War is a devilish dance of suffering which they choreograph.

by T. Stokes
(Edited by Henry Makow)

Winston Churchill’s mother was a high-class whore, and his father was a wastrel who suffered from syphilis.  Churchill was a Jewish stooge for W W One. The sinking of the H.M.S Hampshire [June 5, 1916] was a British false flag operation, a Churchill/Jewish plot to kill Lord Kitchener, who was planning [to convince the Russians to make peace, which would have forestalled the Bolshevik revolution.]

Churchill’s original Sandhurst military file, describes him as a drunken aggressive homosexual, and only his mother sleeping with Prince of Wales, stopped him from being prosecuted for sodomy.

Psychologists understand now that putting same-sex children together in boarding schools for years and hot-housing their development with no contact with the opposite sex, breeds homosexuality. The term “Fagging” meant the younger boys were bullied to do jobs for the older ones, and same sex relations grew from this at a colossal rate,as told in detail by Guy Burgess.

Arthur Ransome (1884-1967), an author best known for his “Swallows and Amazons” stories, was an expert on Russian affairs, having cultivated friendships with both Lenin and Trotsky. He was a high ranking MI-6 operative with the codename S76.

This man, according to Winston Churchill’s nanny, Elizabeth Anne Everest,
knew first-hand from Russia that Churchill was working for Rothschild interests, not Britain’s. Many British intellectuals have suspected this, and Walter Thompson, Churchill’s bodyguard, said Churchill felt more at risk of assassination for betraying his own people in Britain, than from the enemies he made abroad,

Churchill received Jewish banker money paid into a secret account in the name of Colonel Arden. Maxim Litvinov was from a wealthy Jewish banking family, and, according to Constantin Volkov, also paid money to Churchill. It was Volkov’s knowledge of this and his documents tabling it, which caused Kim Philby to silence him.

Churchill comes from a long line of traitors. He was a  descendant of the 7th Duke of Marlborough, the first duke came to fame during the reign of Queen Anne. John Churchill played the prime part in the overthrow of James II, when William of Orange arrived in Britain, John Churchill the first Duke of Marlborough was paid 6000 pounds per year by Solomon of Medina. The other Jewish merchants paid William of Orange 2 million gilders. William III then with John Churchill founded the Bank of England in 1694, for the Jews to run and they still own it and us now,  converting the English people to tax and national debt slaves. Each new born babe in Britain today January 2009 already owes the Jewish banksters, 15,347 pounds each and it’s rising.

So when the Jews call us to war on our Saxon brothers in Germany, or peaceful Muslims in Iraq, we have to go.

A recent 20 pound note had a star of David depicted on it,  showing we are all Jewish property.

T Stokes London

With thanks to;

Richard Porter

K. G. B. Directorate 4 records section

Royal Mint

M.I.5 archives

Stephen De Mowbray M.I 5 corridor gossip

Walter Storch

Jane’s intelligence review

The Rabinovitch speech

Operation Venlo

Henry Makow

Rabbi Teitelbaum

Cold war papers

Jerusalem Post

Abe Levy- wartime Jewish underground

Det. Walter Thompson- diaries

Joan Bright-Astley

Liberal synagogues alliance.

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