Birch Society, Jeanne Kirkpatrick, Phyllis Schlafly, et al 

    It's all starting to come together!  In the excerpt below, Eustace Mullins mentions Jeanne Kirkpatrick as a director of the League for Industrial Democracy.  She is touted by Phyllis Schlafly (Eagle Forum - CNP member) as a Conservative.  Kirkpatrick is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and appears on Phyllis Schlafly's video "Global Governance".  The big hook in that video - which would leave a partially-informed individual with a sense of hopelessness - is the inference that treaties supersede the Constitution. Other than that, the major portion of the information is accurate, so it leads the viewer to believe ALL the information is accurate, including the supremacy of treaties over the Constitution.
    The phony conservatives are much like rat poison when you think about it: 99.5% of the ingredients in rat poison are tasty and nutritious for the rats (otherwise they wouldn't eat it, would they?).  Only 0.5% of the ingredients are actually deadly. 
    Schlafly has been interviewed many times on other radio broadcasts spreading misinformation regarding the 'supremacy of treaties over the Constitution'. On several occasions Bernadine Smith called in to refute the lie, and invited Phyllis to join her in an on-air discussion to clear up the confusion once and for all.  Schlafly refused. Of course she would.       
    When Phyllis was questioned (sometime in 1998) by a caller on an Ohio 'religious' radio broadcast asking why CFR member, Kirkpatrick, was featured on her video, Schlafly literally screeched... her justification was that they can get valuable information from Kirkpatrick.  So, we're supposed to believe that Kirkpatrick would say anything other than that which the Rockefeller controlled CFR would allow. 
     After several astute listeners of Sweet Liberty called, asking pointed question the host asked her if she normally gets questions like this.  Again she screeched... "NEVER!!" A couple of other questions to Schlafly were:
1) "Why are the meetings of the Council for National Policy (CNP) so secret?"  Her evasive response.  "I don't control those meetings.  All of my meetings are open to the public."  She was correct about that.  According to former CNP member, Reverend Austin Miles, who has been a guest on Sweet Liberty on several occasions, Paul Weyrich is the Grand Puba of the CNP.  (Not sure exactly what Weyrich's 'title' is at the CNP, but Grand Puba should suffice.  He's in a league of his own... along with one other famous person;  Fred Flintstone was the Grand Puba of his fraternal lodge, wasn't he?)
2) "Are you a Dame of Malta?"  (that is the female counterpart to the Sovereign Military Order of Malta - better known as Knights of Malta).  Her response:  "Yes. It's a benevolent organization." (I have an audio tape of the broadcast referrenced)
That's what Pat Buchanan said when asked by radio talk show host, Roger Fredenberg, if he (Buchanan) was a Knight of Malta. "It's a benevolent organization that costs me about $5,000 a year for charitable causes" (paraphrased)  -- Jackie -- August 17, 2002
----- Original Message -----
From: Dave
Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 
Subject: The Awful Truth about the John Birch Society

     Well, we heard the rumors, now for the awful truth.  I knew there was something screwy about this outfit. 
     A few years ago I began attending a local JBS chapter.  There was a table set up for people to leave flyers and pamphlets. I left a copy of Jack McLamb's Vampire Killer 2000. The next day I got a call accusing me of distributing copies of the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.
     What a bunch of nincompoops. As for William Buckley, I've always thought there's been something a little strange about him. Something about how he talks. He sort of lulls you into a trance. Now we know.



Excerpted from the book Murder by Injection by Eustace Mullins, chapter 10:

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"The Rockefellers also wielded a crucial role through their financing of the Trotskyite Communist group in the United States, the League for Industrial Democracy, whose directors include such staunch "anti-communists" as Jeanne Kirkpatrick and Sidney Hook. 
     "The Rockefellers were also active on the "right-wing" front through their sponsorship of the John Birch Society.  To enable Robert Welch, a 32nd degree Mason, to devote all of his time to the John Birch Society, Nelson Rockefeller purchased his family firm, the Welch Candy Company, from him at a handsome price.  Welch chose the principal officers of the John Birch Society from his acquaintances at the Council On Foreign Relations.
[This fact was confirmed by Don Fotheringham during a phone conversation in April, 1995. When I mentioned it, Don's casual response was: "Bob wanted the brightest and the best". - Jackie] 
      "For years afterwards, American patriots were puzzled by the consistent inability of the John Birch Society to move forward on any of its well-advertised "anti-Communist" goals.  The fact that the society had been set up at the behest of the backers of the world Communist revolution may have played some role in this development.  Other patriots wondered why most American conservative writers, including the present writer, were steadily blacklisted by the John Birch Society for some thirty years.
    "Despite thousands of requests from would be book buyers, the John Birch Society refused to review or list any of my books.  After several decades of futility, the Society was totally discredited by its own record. In a desperate effort to restore its image, William Buckley, the CIA propagandist, launched a 'fierce' attack against the John Birch Society in the pages of his magazine, the National Review.  This free publicity campaign also did little to revive the moribund organization."

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RELATED ARTICLES: - The John Birch Society and the Belmont Brotherhood - by a former JBS leader. - The JBS and the Council for National Policy - The unholy alliance is documented.

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