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The Two Kerry's:
War Hero or

"Men in Black" The Cult of The Judges






By Jon Christian Ryter

June 1, 2004

Hans Blix, the former Swedish diplomat and chief arms inspector for the UN in Iraq who is equally well-known for his pacifist, antiwar views, announced on Wednesday that he was endorsing Senator John Kerry, the presumptive Democratic nominee, as his choice for President of the United States. (Since when do foreigners have a right to "endorse" anyone for office in the United States?) I think someone forgot to tell Blix that this is an American election, not a global government election�and that the American people don't like Europeans or, especially, the leaders of enemy nations like the People's Republic of China, North Korea or the Muslim nations in the Mideast who are financing the Islamic Jihad against the West, telling us who we should place in the White House. (Except, of course, their views pretty much assure us who we can't trust in the White House.) And, by the way, Blix's endorsement doesn't mean squat to the American people�at least not to those who want to keep the walls of national sovereignty high, our borders closed, and who want to protect the sanctity of the Constitution of the United States. And most of all, those who are determined to protect the people of the United States from those who would do us harm...which is just about everyone else in the world except the British.

Blix, in an interview with the Italian newspaper, La Stampa, said: "I place my trust in the multi-lateralism of Democratic candidate John Kerry...In any event, I think the whole world should vote [in the American election] on November 2 because so much depends on the outcome of that vote." Of course, the Democratic Party, which has spent the last 40 years perfecting the technology of voting the dead, would probably like to get a couple million new live bodies into the voting booth�other than the illegal aliens, former convicts (who have lost their voting rights), and whomever else they can find willing to trade their vote for a carton of cigarettes or a bottle of cheap wine.

The Wall Street Journal commented on Blix's endorsement, soberly noting Blix's earlier propensity to "...give Saddam Hussein the benefit of every doubt." The Journal also reminded its readers that "...Mr. Kerry remarked in March that foreign leaders were privately supporting his candidacy. Mr. Blix has now revealed the kind of foreigners he was referring to."

The American people cannot afford to brush off this barely noticed comment in the news that goes directly to the core of the political ideology and character of the candidate who will shortly be asking us to vote for him. In 1992 a handful of conservative pundits warned America about Bill and Hillary Clinton. America did not listen and placed the most morally corrupt, ethically-challenged couple (up to that time) in the White House. (Theresa Kerry makes Hillary look conservative.) The Clintons were so corrupt, they converted the White House into a bed & breakfast and invited those who wanted to bribe the President of the United States to bring their bribes to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue—and stay for coffee and a sleepover.

When presidential advisor Dick Morris warned Clinton, on Christmas Eve, 1994 that if the presidential election had been held during the midterm elections when the Republicans took over both Houses of Congress, Clinton would have been evicted from the White House, he told Clinton that the only way he would win re-election in 1996 was to launch the most massive PR campaign in the history of American politics. The task was to make Newt Ginghrich and the presumptive GOP nominee Bob Dole look like Siamese twins. He also warned Clinton it would be the most expensive political campaign waged in the history of the world.

The Clintons�Bill and Hillary�turned to their old friend, In Indonesian businessman and banker, Mochtar Riady (who reportedly began illegally funding Clinton's gubernatorial campaigns in 1988). Al Gore remembered his own illegal foreign source of campaign funds, Lt. Col. Liu Chaoying of the People's Liberation Army. Her daddy, you will recall, is the head of military intelligence for the People's Republic of China. Liu arranged the Buddhist Temple fundraisers for Gore (that he insisted he did not know were fundraisers even though Gore himself went to Taiwan to set them up). Although he was an Indonesian, Riady was also one of the chief bankers for the People's Republic of China. James Riady, Mochtar's son, was given top secret security clearance and placed in the Commerce Department�which controlled America's nuclear secret labs at Los Alamos, Lawrence Livermore and Johns Hopkins. Even after Riady left the Commerce Department and became a full-time DNC fund-raiser, he was allowed to keep his security clearance�for over a year before the Washington Times discovered it and media attention forced the Clinton White House to cancel it.

I pointed out this slice of history only to remind you that when our enemies champion particular candidates for office (particularly when they are philosophically linked�or if our enemies think having that person inn the White House would give them a military or political edge over the United States), you can bet they have ulterior motives. And because that will always be the case, we�as Americans�need to ask ourselves if the political objectives of the nations that publicly endorse American candidates for public office dovetail with the goals of America. If they don't, we can't afford for that nation's "man" to reside in our White House.

When the enemies of the United States�or even our fairweather allies�endorse John Kerry, we must assume it is only because they believe Kerry's views most closely dovetail with their own. Since their objective is to weaken the United States politically and militarily�which would place the American people more in jeopardy�we must assume they know that John Kerry would do that very thing if elected.

� 2004 Jon C. Ryter - All Rights Reserved

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Jon Christian Ryter is the pseudonym of a former newspaper reporter with the Parkersburg, WV Sentinel. He authored a syndicated newspaper column, Answers From The Bible, from the mid-1970s until 1985. Answers From The Bible was read weekly in many suburban markets in the United States.

Today, Jon is an advertising executive with the Washington Times. His website, has helped him establish a network of mid-to senior-level Washington insiders who now provide him with a steady stream of material for use both in his books and in the investigative reports that are found on his website. E-Mail: [email protected]







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