CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE
By Lynn Stuter
November 20, 2007
Recently, neo-con supporter and CNN talk show host, Glenn Beck, made the claim, by insinuation, that people supporting Ron Paul for president were domestic terrorists, a threat to the government of the United States. His recommendation for removing this perceived threat was to use the U.S. military against Ron Paul supporters.
Beck’s inanity is palpable but the American people need to take a close look at what Beck actually said in what he said.
The goal of any good propagandist is to commingle lies with fact. Beck claimed, during his tirade, that Ron Paul had received over $4M in donations in one day. That is true. That day was November 5, 2007. Beck then claimed that Paul set this donation day for November 5, 2007 in honor of Guy Fawkes, a Catholic dissident who sought to blow up the British Houses of Parliament and kill the Protestant King James I in what became known as the Gunpowder Plot. In that Beck lied. Ron Paul had nothing to do with choosing the day for the donation drive; that day was chosen by an individual totally unconnected to the Ron Paul campaign. While that individual is obviously a Ron Paul supporter, whether that individual did or didn’t know the significance of that particular day has no bearing on Ron Paul whatsoever. Beck then went on to state that Guy Fawkes was a British “terrorist;” insinuating that those who support Ron Paul are terrorists. He sealed that insinuation by then suggesting that the U.S. military should be turned on the domestic terrorists supporting Ron Paul.
Beck took one truth, one lie, and by insinuation and innuendo, furthered that lie by proclaiming every individual supporting Ron Paul to be a terrorist who should be rounded up as a threat to the U.S. Government.
To add insult to injury, Beck called the brave men who signed the Declaration of Independence — who fought to throw off the tyranny of King George, who established our Constitution and Bill of Rights — “terrorists.” How ironic that the madman in the White House also considers himself “the decider,” the king, another King George; a man who Beck supports unconditionally. The message in Beck’s words is clear: if you oppose the tyranny of an out-of-control, unconstitutional, rogue government, you are a terrorist. If Hillaroid (thank you, Alan Stang, for such a great descriptor) moves into the White House in 2008, one has to wonder if Glenn Beck will support her communist agenda. To not do so would make Beck a “terrorist” by his own definition.
The Declaration of Independence, makes the charge of the American people very clear:
The American people have been made very aware of one enemy over the years. The Cold War indelibly etched upon the people’s minds the threat of the Allied Forces partner against Hitler Germany during World War II, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics — the U.S.S.R. — headed by Joseph Stalin during World War II and after. Then came the end of the Cold War, marked by the infamous words of President Ronald Reagan, “Mr Gorbachev, tear down this wall.” The Berlin Wall came down. The U.S.S.R. dissolved. Communism, the American people were told, was dead.
But communism isn’t dead. Communism is a philosophy, an ideology that does not die with the death of a communist government. Communism is very much alive and well today. The Clintons, Al Gore, Nancy Pelosi, Dennis Kucinich, Jim McDermott, Patty Murray, Maria Cantwell and many others in the halls of government in Washington DC are communists.
And just as the American people were told at the end of the Cold War that communism was dead, so the American people were told, at the end of World War II, that Nazism was dead. With the defeat of Hitler, the death of Hitler, the people had nothing more to fear from Nazism.
When Richard Butler and his Aryan Nations sprang up in the Pacific Northwest, the group was known as Neo-Nazi, yet they practiced the Aryan proclivities of Hitler. What is interesting about Richard Butler is that he worked as an engineer at Lockheed in California where he came in contact with William Potter Gale, a proponent of Christian Identity (Aryan), who served with and was an aide to General McArthur in the South Pacific during World War II. Is it a coincidence that Major General Charles A Willoughby, born Adolph Tscheppe Weidenbach, Heidelberg, Germany, 1892, was a Nazi agent in the Army Supreme Command and intelligence chief under General MacArthur in Korea?  Is it any coincidence that Lockheed, as well as other aircraft manufactures, benefited from the CIA’s Operation Paperclip?  Can we logically conclude that Richard Butler and his Aryan Brotherhood were spawned by the Nazis brought to the United States under Operation Paperclip?
The American people vowed that the lessons of the Holocaust would not be forgotten. The Holocaust itself, the millions who perished in the concentration camps, the pictures of the tortured and starved victims of Hitler’s quest for a pure Aryan master race, have not been forgotten, but the American people have long since forgotten the semantics of the philosophy, the ideology, which brought about the Holocaust. While Americans protested Richard Butler’s parades through a north Idaho town where swastika patches and the Hitler salute were on display, not one of those same protesters recognized that the system of education being implemented in the government schools in their town, as well as across the United States, is the same system of education used in Germany during the rise of Hitler to power; nor have they openly protested it. Nor do the American people recognize that what happened in Germany during and following Hitler’s rise to power is now happening in the United States.
And, as discussed in my last article, the American people do not know that many of the Nazis who served under Hitler were brought to the United States under the CIA’s Operation Paperclip. Nazism gained new life right here in the United States of America. We should not forget that many American banks and politicians supported Hitler, not the least among them George W. Bush’s grandfather, Prescott Bush . Is it any wonder what we are seeing happening in the United States right now parallels what happened in Germany leading up to World War II? Is it any wonder we are seeing the same Nazi propaganda tactics used in the United States? Is it any wonder the pre-Hitler Germany education system is now the education system of the United States?
Glenn Beck made reference to Islamofascists, a term coined by George W. Bush in his quest to further the aims of the War on Terror, a war not to stop terrorism world-wide but a war — as more than adequately shown in legislation passed and executive orders written, in the failure to make even a miniscule effort to secure the northern and southern borders of the United States — to take the rights of the American people and expand American imperialism to the Middle-East.
Nazism and fascism walk hand in hand. Benito Mussolini, Hitler’s ally during World War II, said, "Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power." That is exactly what the American people are watching happen in the United States with Public Private Partnerships. So, as much as George W. Bush talks about Islamofascists, George W. Bush and the Neo-Cons he represents, are fascists to the bone.
What better proof of that than Beck’s comment that the U.S. military should be used against Ron Paul supporters? This is a page right out of Hitler’s manual of intimidation and oppression. And what better proof of Beck’s fascist leanings than his contention that our Founding Fathers were “terrorists” because they stood up to King George and established a free republic; one I might add that allows the likes of Glenn Beck to shoot his mouth off and expose his fascist proclivities under the First Amendment?
During World War II, the U.S.S.R. teamed up with the Allied Forces to defeat Hitler and Mussolini; the Nazi/fascist axis. Under Hitler and Mussolini, communists/Marxists, even transformational Marxists like Antonio Gramsci, who didn’t flee Germany and Italy were rounded up and exterminated. In the U.S.S.R. Nazi/fascists met the same fate.
In the United States today, we have the communists/Marxists (Democrats) on one side, the Nazi/fascists (Neo-Con Republicans) on the other. Between these two — left and right philosophy/ideologies — we have the bulk of the American people who support a candidate who is neither left nor right but believes in the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
He’s running on the Republican ticket. His name is Ron Paul. He represents the people of America; not the corporations; not the special interests; not the lobbyists; not big money.
And the Nazi/fascists (Neo-Con Republicans) are going to attack him as Glenn Beck of CNN did, as Rudy “drag queen” Giuliani has done, and the communist/Marxists (Democrats) are also going to do if he gets the Republican nomination.
Americans who love the Constitution and Bill of Rights see Ron Paul is the last best hope for America. If he loses, they understand that the way forward will only be through civil unrest and revolution to reclaim our American heritage.
Anyone who makes the claim that people who love the Constitution and Bill of Rights are “terrorists” are themselves guilty of sedition; they are subversives; they are traitors to America. And while these traitors are quick to take advantage of what America has to offer, they work to destroy her from within.
Constantine, Alex; Virtual Government; CIA Mind Control Operations in
America; Feral House; Los Angelos, CA; 1997; p 11.
© 2007 Lynn M. Stuter - All Rights Reserved
Mother and wife, Stuter has spent the past fifteen years researching systems theory with a particular emphasis on education. She home schooled two daughters, now grown and on their own. She has worked with legislators, both state and federal, on issues pertaining to systems governance and education reform. She networks nationwide with other researchers and citizens concerned with the transformation of our nation. She has traveled the United States and lived overseas.
Web site: www.learn-usa.com
And we wonder why we have violent children without a conscience, who take guns to school and kill other children and teachers, who join gangs, who can kill without remorse? And we wonder why, with the implementation of education reform in the schools of the United States since the early 1990’s, we have seen a spike in juvenile violence?