Thursday, November 29, 2012

Read Reed

My father says I am worthless too... But I am not worried, socialism will take care of me....

The method has many variations, but can be briefly explained as follows: Conspirator 'C' notices some signs of a conflict or opposition of interests between 'A' and 'B'. He places his agents in both camps, losing no opportunity of creating division and confusion in both. The first result is the blurring of the issues which separate 'A' and 'B'. 'C' now achieves his success not from the victory of either 'A' or 'B, but as a third and secret consequence of an indeterminate struggle in which neither 'A' nor 'B' can ever hope to emerge the victor. This method is employed not only in the great political parties, like the Republican and Democratic in the United States of America, but in every imaginable area of activity - cultural, economic, political, scientific and even religious - the tools frequently employed being this century's rootless intellectuals and liberals.....

 Communism's "useful idiots", as Lenin called them.

 After the Second War I went to America as soon as I could (1949) and spent a year traveling the United States from coast to coast. I wanted to find out how American state policy and the power of the American war machine had been diverted to serve the ends of spreading Communism and leaving the Communist Empire a great step nearer to its goal of world dominion.

 I found out, and told the story of treachery in Part Two. Communist spies and agents were creeping out of the American edifice of state on all sides. The American Government, and the British and Canadian Governments, were riddled with these creatures. It was all coming out, now that "too late" had struck. Even the lunatic fringe of credulous and crapulous hangers -on could no longer pretend that no conspiracy existed. The list of proven traitors was as long as that of the dead in two wars on some small town or village war memorial. Alger Hiss, Harry Dexter White, Maclean, Burgess, Philby, Nunn May, Pontecorvo, Klaus Fuchs, Fred Rose: this was only the start, and over the ensuing years, now that Judas was deemed an honourable man, they came to preen themselves at press conferences in Moscow, and with the smile of the villain even to boast of their deeds.

 This was the tale I told in Part Two, in 1950, and it was the end of my writing days. Reviewers unitedly abused the book and in effect it disappeared from circulation. However, a few copies must have remained in circulation, and their readers, as the years passed, checked on Part Two, found it accurate and suggested re-publication. To their efforts is due, in 1976, this "rediscovery" of it. It was true in 195I and is true now. Summing up all I had learned, I pictured America in the grip of "three servitude's".

The first of these is Zionism, to which all American Presidents in the last sixty years have kowtowed like Chinese peasants. No American politician dares challenge its supremacy, and this submission has obviously been achieved through what Theodor Herzl, the founder of Zionism, called " the awful power of our purse". He is responsible for the metaphor of the upper and nether millstones between which the Christian nations are being crushed. The second servitude, I found, was the permeation of American public life at all its levels by Soviet Communism.

This process began in full force with the inauguration of President Roosevelt in 1932, and demonstrably it led to the warping of major courses of state policy. The two foreign ambitions. both deriving from the Jewish areas of Russia, obviously meet in the central ambition of a totalitarian World State, dominated by them. The third servitude was the grip of organised crime on American life, but that does not aspire to world rule, it is only important because of its corruption of political life at its foundations, as distinct from the higher citadels. DOUGLAS REED. Durban, March I976



  1. "Unfortunately, no one can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself". ~Morpheus

    "The problem is not those in power, the problem is right between your ears." ~Larken Rose

  2. Not so sure I agree with either statement for I was led here by others...

  3. Yea; but you had the good horse sense to drink the water once you had been led there. Others will have to be nearly drowning before they ever wet their whistle.

    Rule; meet exception...