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THEPASTISPROLOGUE -3- "TheImpossibleDream"
Theyallhadmoremoneythantheycouldeverusethemslves,thosemen
whodreamedtheimpossibledreamattheturnofthiscentury .Theyhad
power,eachinhisowncircleofinfluence,butitseemeditwasnot
enough .

Whenyouhaveallthemoneyyouneed - andmorethanyoucould
evencountinalifetime - thereisnotmuchsatisfaction in tryingfor
stillmore . .Especiallysincemoneycreatesmoney .Whenwhatyouownis
incalculable,itsself-enrichmentmakesaddingtoitthroughpersonal
effortanexerciseinfutility .
ButPOWER- thatissomethingelse .Itislikeadrug .Itgivesa
senseofexaltedpersonalworthfarbeyondmerit .Oncetasted,theurge
formorepowerisirresistabletosomepeople .Eachadditional-tasteof
powercreatesadriveformore,untillifewithoutitseemsuseless .
TheDreamwasnotoriginalwiththesemen,norwastheirsthesame
dreamsharedbythegeneralpopulace .
KeepinginmindthatTheDreamhasapparentlybeenaroundaslongas
manhimself,theactualmechanicsofthepresentefforttoturnitintoa
realitycanbearbitrarilydeterminedtohavebeguninthefirstdecadeof
thetwentiethcentury .
Admittedly,itisimpossibletocompileallthepiecesofsucha
mammothundertakingasthisinasingletome,soitissubmittedasa
beginning,thatwhatisreportedinthisbookis"takenoutofcontext" .
Selectionofthesalientinformationhasbeenbasedonthepremiseofthe
public"needtoknow"thatintelligencewhichisvitaltoanyattemptto
regainthefirmfoundationprovidedinthelawfulgovernmentofthese
UnitedStates .
Thebasicstrategyunderlyingallrevolutionarymovesisdeceit .Itis
notnecessarytopointouteachandeveryinstancewherethisstrategyis
used .Itispandemic,andthatfactshouldbecomepartoftheintelligence
consideredinanyconfrontation,onanyfront .Withthatasthepointof
beginning,twovitalareasofstrategywillbetraced .Thefirstis
"re-education"ofthepublic .Thesecond,reorganizationofthe
government .
Sincetimebegan,menhavedreamedofUtopia,and,throughouthistory,
attemptshavebeenmadetoform"ideal"societies .Allsucheffortshave
failed,becauseoftheinherentnatureofman .Partofthecauseoffailure
isthatmenarenotangels,anditwouldtakeangelstorealizeUtopia .A
largepartofthecauseoffailure,though,isthatsomemenarecloserto
satanthantoangels,andthesearewillingtousethatage-olddreamof
heaven-on-earthtotheirpersonaladvantage .
Itwouldseemthatthepowerfulmenwhospearheadedthepresent
movementtoward"universalpeace"madeaconsciousdecisiontoturnthe
dreamofthecommonmanforaworldofcooperation,intoanightmareofa
forcedcollective,managedandcontrolledbyagentsoftheirownchoosing .
WithUtopiaasastatedGoal,thesemodernmachiavelliansusethe
inborndesireswhicharepresenttoagreaterorlesserdegreeinEveryman,
toextendtheirpowerandinfluenceoveralltheworldandallits
peoples .
ThemenwhoframedtheConstitutionoftheUnitedStateshadtried,in
aproductiveway,toprepareaclimatewherethatDreamcouldberealized
byeveryonewiththeinitiativeanddesire,withoutnegatingtherightsof
others .Thosewisemenknewthat,inthefinalanalysis,itwoulddepend
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onthegenerationstocomewhetherornottheywouldrealizethatDream .
Tthasbeenasourceofwonderthat,withtheexceptionofLiberia,no
majorefforthaseverbeenmadetoextendtheinfluenceoftheAmerican
Dream .ThatpathheldrealpromiseofmakingtheDreamarealityforall
mankind .
RECU1MENDEDREADING :
"TheRepublic" - Plato
"Erewhon" - SamuelButler
"LookingBackward" - EdwardBellamy
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THEPASTISPROLOGUE

The Germ ofCorruption
Reactionarieswhowouldtaketheworldbacktofeudalismsubornedthe
sourcesfromwhichtheirintendedvictimscouldexpecttoobtain
information -
theschools,thepress,magazines,libraries,tv,radio
. . .
butthatwasnotenough
.Theyknewitwasalsoessentialthatall
knowledgebeadaptedtodenytheirvictimsthefoundationonwhichthey
couldstandasafreepeople .
Thatfoundationwouldincludeknowingthenatureoftheirheritage,
and,especially,thenatureofthethreattoit
.Itwouldalsoinclude
someconceptionofthe
source ofthatthreat .Thisbeingso,branchesof
themovementtosubvertallgovernmentsunderwhichtherewasanytaintof
'liberty'begansystematicallytoremove
source materialfromthe
libraries,revisehistory,rewritetextbooks,
diminish thetrainingof
teachers,sotheyknew how toteach,butnot what toteach .
Beforeallthiscouldhappen,however,thememoryofwhatwentbefore
hadtobewatereddown .
Consider
: InAmerica,whilethegenerationstilllivedwhichfiredthe
shotheardroundtheworld,therewasajealous,guardianshipoftheir
hardwonfreedomfromtyranny
.ThesecondgenerationofAmericanslearned
fromtheirsires,firsthand,theheroictalesofthestruggle,andgrewto
becitizensworthyoftheirfathers .
BythetimethethirdgenerationofcitizensoftheUnitedStatesof
Americatooktheirplaceinhistory,mostofthegiantsoftheRevolution
hadbecome part
ofhistory,andthestoriesoftheirvaliantfightwereno
longercoloredwithpersonalremembrances
.Libertyhadbecomethenormin
America,andtheoppressionwhichlittheflameofrevoltwasdimmedby
distance .
Buttherewasanotherfactorcontributingtothelesseningofanalert
guardianshipovertheheritagesouniqueinalltime
.
The"nobility"neveracceptedtherevoltoftheirunderlings
.Notjust
intheUnitedStates,butevenmorestronglyintheirownterritories
.The
revolutioninFrance,whichbeganinmuchthesamemannerasthatin
America,withatleastequalcause,wasturnedfromitscourse,justaswas
doneinRussiaacenturylater
.Inboththeseincidents,themovement
becameacarnage,andtherevoltofthepeopletherewasusedtoreinstate
rulebyanelite .
Thegermsofcorruption,whichdecimatedboththeFrenchpatriotsand
theirformeroppressors,grewbywhattheyfedon
.Thenewelitecreated
carriersofthedisease,andsentthemoutalloverEurope,toEngland,and
evenacrosstheocean,systematicallytoattacktheideasunderlyingthe
moralrejuvenationofthenaturalrightsofman .
RobertOwenbeganhiscrusadefor"cooperation"inEngland,andcarried
hisredbannertoAmerica .
OutofthesickmindofIsidoreAugusteMarieFrancisXavierComtecame
thebirthof"socialscience",andthePositivePhilosophy,bothofwhich
undergird"scientificsocialism" .
Theso-calledcommunistmovementbeganinEurope
.Aftersowingthe
seedsofthe1848revolt,KarlMarxwassenttoEngland,theretoprepare
thehandbookdesignedtoensnarethemostunlikelycandidates
- the
workingmenoftheworld - intosupportoftheattackagainstthem .
TnEngland,theFabianSocietywascreatedtoobtainentryintothe
worldofacademe,addingpressurefromabovetopressurefrombelow,as
wellascentralizeddirectionforthestrategiesofthemovement .
Thesearebutafewofthethrustsdirectedagainstthespiritof
independence,justbeginningtosheditslightonadarkworld .Therewere
others,andfromeachofthem,sycophantsspreadout,infiltratingcolleges
anduniversitieswiththeirradicalism,enteringpoliticalarenastocolor
thelawsred,penetratingsocialandreligiousgroups,infectingallwith
whomtheycameincontactwiththeirsickcreed .
Bythetimethetwentiethcenturybegan,thestagewassetforthe
beginningofwhatmaybethelastact,asthe"economicroyalists"beganto
taketheirplacesonstage - or,rather,behindthescenes .Onstagewere
theirpuppets .J ustafew,atfirst,thengrowinginnumber .
Asthisactbegan,thewarwasoninearnest,asonestepafteranother
tookthemtowardtheirgoal,almostwithoutconstraints .
Bymidcentury,though,theybegantomeetsubstantiveresistance,which
continuestogrow,andisbeginningtohaveaneffect .Isitenough?Only
timewilltell .
ADDENDUPI :
'incident'_"somethingdependentonorsubordinateto
somethingelseofgreaterorprincipalimportance" - Webster's
PJ ewCollegiateDictionary/1980
THE,PASTIS PROLOGUE

AYardstickforTruth
Unlessonelivedthroughthestrangeyearswhichhistoryisrecording
asthetimeof'theanti-Communisthysteria',thesituationtoday is
certainlypuzzting .Itisanalagoustobeingdroppedoffonsomeuncharted
planetoutinspace - aplanetoccupiedbypeoplewithanotherlanguage, ,
othercultures,otherhabits,andothergoals .Thoseproblemswouldbe
multiplied,ifsuchavisitorhadbeengivenafalsebriefing on the
conditionstobefoundonthismythicalplanet .
There'dbenowaytotellwhichwere"thegood guys", whichthe"bad" ;
no,yardstickwithwhichtomeasuretruth ; noguideforpersonalconduct .
Iftheinhabitantsofthatotherworldalsowerebentonpreventing
understandingoftheirways,thevisitorfromearthwouldbehardputto
copewithitall .Especiallywouldthisbetrue,ifthereweresomemarked
discrepanciesInwhateverinformationwasmadeavailablebythedenizensof
thatotherworld .Notknowingwhatwastruth,andwhatpropaganda,the
visitorcouldnothefaultedforbeingbesetwithdoubts,andchaosand
confusioncouldbetheexpectedresult .
Theonlyrecourseforsuch a strangerinanalienlandwouldbeto
defertohisownreactiontothemessagesbeingsent,andtosortoutfor
himselfthosewhichwereconsonantwithhisbeliefs,principles,andpast
experience,andthosewhichweredissonant,andusethesetoguidehim .
Thisisthesituationinwhichearthlingsfindthemselvestoday .They
arestrangersintheirownlands .Fortunately,thereisanechoofthe
situationwhichexistedduringthebeginningsofthiscountry .Thereare
thoseamongus - justastherewerethen - whocarrymemoriesofthepast,
somewereevenpartofit,andcankeepwhatwasinfocus .
Someofthesehavekeptcopiousrecordsofeventswhichledto,today's
situation .Theserecordsarenotdependentonappearance,hearsay,or
linguisticproblems .Theyprovideanaccurateandsequentialhistoryof
theinterventionswhichhaveadvancedthisrevolution .

Theserecordsand
memoriesirrefutablyprovideayardstickbothfortruth,andformeasuring
thevalidityofpersonalvalues .
Many ofthese who rememberarestrivingmightilytodispeltheeffects
ofcurrentconstraintsontruthandunderstanding,andtochartpaths
throughthiswonderland of confusion .Evenforthese,though,ittakes
somedoingtobrushthedebrisofthetangledwebofcamouflagefrompaths
whichstillexist,andtobypassthosedestroyed .HardestofallIsthe
choiceastowhichpathpromisestobemostlikelytoleadoutofthe
morasswhichimpedesbothvisionandprogress .
Duringthoseyears,whenthepreponderantvoiceofthepeoplewasheard
throughthevariousdepartmentsofgovernment,many official investigations
oftheproliferatingproblemswereconducted .Atthattimereliable
officialreportswereissuedonsubversiveactivity -identifyingpeople,
movements,strategies,tactics,andideologiesinvolved .
Gradually,asthe'government'assumedasharedinterestwiththe
subversives,thevoiceofthepeople,speakingthroughrepresentatives,has
beenmuted .
Asconflictingmessagesbegantoissuefromthelabyrinthinechambers
ofofficialdom, citizens begantofillthevoidleft,asthevoicesof
their representatives werestilledandthenewsmediafailedtoreportthe
issuesinvolvedintheconflict .Networksofinformationoutletswere
created- somereliable,somenot - whichcoveredthecountry .Withthe
mixedmessagesfrom'government',themedia,andvolunteers, itisnotto
bewonderedatthatthegreatmultitudenotdirectlyinvolvedhavebeen
unabletodifferentiateamongthem .Nowondertheydriftinto'apathy',c
moveinnonproductivecircles!
The mass mediaofferslittlehopeforremedy

contrary,itis
responsibleformuchoftheproblem .Thehandfulofsourcesofreliable
informationcannotwhollymakeupforthat,astheydonothavemass
distribution,norfinancialresourcestoachieveit .
Ofsomeconsiderableimportanceisthefactthatthetruthsometimes
hurts,'andwhenthetruthinvolvesthosewhoareinpositionsofpower,
eitherthetruthsuffers,orthemessengercarryingitdoes .
Thetruthmustbecarefullyandconscientiouslysought,

oneisto
avoidbeingtrappedinthemeshesofthesubversivenetwork .M

ofthe
'remedies'whichgainwidespreadsupporttodayare,infact,ofbenefit tc
therevolutionarycause .Withgeneralknowledgeoftheinterlocking
connectionsbehindtheseremedies',theycouldbepreventedfromdivertin
productiveeffort .
Theworld today needsthecapabilitiesandthecourageofaPatrick'
Henry,toseek"thetruth,andtheWHOLEtruth
prepareforit ."
ADDENDA :
'anti-communisthysteri .thewidespreadresistance the
"NewAmericanRevolution Nixontermed beginning the
early195 0s .
'government' : thisisakeysemanticfiction .of for
subversion,it appliedtotherevolutionaryagents(ortheir
"handmaidens")actingwithingovernmentdepartments ; factually,
the"government"isthe lawfulformoforganization provided' in
theConstitutionandlawsmadepursuanttoit .
'apathy' : thisisaconditionbeing , deliberatelyfostered
throughuseofsystematicsubversionofthepublicmind,applied
byvarioustactics'- createdchaos,appearanceofoverwhelming
odds,contrivedability to retaliateagainstcitizenaction,and
otherelementsof"brainwashing" - all designedtoneutraliz the
willtoresist .
'remedies'Hegeliandialectic : createprobleminpresent
condition, posit alternative,achievingpredeterminedgoal .
knowtheworst, and
THEPASTISPROLOGUE

AGuidetoCrisis
Itwasthemarketcrashof1929,whichpreparedthewayforthesyndrome
ofcentrallizedplanningintheUnitedStates .
Overahundredyearsofivorytowertheory,withmorethanaquarter
centuryofthattimespentinpracticalfieldtesting,werebroughttoa
criticalpointonthatfatefuldayinOctober .
Was itplannedthatway?Thereweresomewhothoughtso,eventhen,
andtheirnumberhasincreasedintheeventfulyearssince .Foritwas
thenthatthechorusbegan ."Withgovernmentcontrols,"thePlanners
chanted,"suchacrashwouldn'thavebeenpossible ."
AgreatmanyAmericansfelttheimpactofthatcrash,andsomelistened
tothesirensongofPlanning-by-Government .
Theyearsofdepressionwhichfollowedthecrashtouchedevery family
inthenation,onewayoranother .Was that planned,too?Somethoughtso
then,andmorethinksotoday .Thelongyearsofcontinuingdeprivation,
andgovernmenteffortsto"correct"theproblemssoftenedthestrong
spiritofindependencewhichhadcharacterizedtheAmericancitizenry .
Lossofthatspiritmadeacceptanceofthefallacyofcentralplanning
possible .
Oppositiontothecontrolswhichmustaccompanyplanning-by-government,
isalwayscharacterizedasoppositiontoplanning .NOTSO!What is at
issueis not "planning",perse,andneverhasbeen .Everyoneplans,every
dayof--their-lives .It is WHOistodotheplanning, and''forwhatpurpose .,
thatisofconcern .
J ustas,inthoseearlydays,-some-citizensrecognizedthatthe'New
Deal'wasnot-asquaredeal,so,today,therearethosewhorecognizethat
centralizedcontrolsdonotprohibitdebaclessuchasthecrashof'29 .
Someevenrecognizethat,with'government'controls,suchsituationscan
he created tofurtherhiddenends .
Occasionally,thereisproof thata created crisisexists .Usually,
thatproofhas to becollectedlaboriously,throughlong,arduous hours of
research .Seldom is therea readily availablepublicrecordwhichopenly
statesthata particular event'wasstagedforaspecificpurpose,orthat
someprojecthasdeepermeaningthan its surfaceappearancewouldindicate .
Rarelyisthereovertevidence'ofadeliberate,calculatedschemeby
governmentofficials, to denycitizenstheirrightsunderthe
Constitution .
Inthecaseofthegas'crisis'ofthe1970s,thereissuchevidence .
Inthesummerof1978,J ames'Schlesinger,federalenergy"czar",
orderedaGuidepreparedbyhisdepartment,tobe"availableforuse,if
neededthiswinter" .Purportedlytodevelopmeansofalleviating
energy-relateddisruptionsrangingfrom"powerblackoutstoanothercoal
strike",theDraftoftheGuidespelledouttherealintentfortheEnergy
Department
"tostageFAKEemergenciesaroundthecountryinthenextthree
yearsasadrilltogauge . . .preparedness ."
Openlystatedintentofthecreatedcrisesincludesafour-day
work-week ; governmentdeterminationofthehoursbusinessescouldoperate ;
anddiversionofthevastamountsofelectricityusedinproducingnuclear
reactorfuels,tocivilianuse .
TheDraftreportstates :
" . . .throughouttheexercises,noparticipantwillhaveadvance
knowledgeofthescenarios,orofthe,,mockemergenciestobe
used ."
OnehastowonderaboutThree-MileIsla

inthelightofthis
information .Onewondersaswellatthefuel' mergency"whichprompted
franticscurryingaroundbymotorists,tofindastationopen,pumpinggas,
andlonglinesofcarswithfrustratedownersresentingthewastedhours .
Thefirstoftheannouncedobjectiveswasputintoeffectalmost
immediately .Withtheacceleratingpromotionof1313s"Business
ImprovementAreas"(BIAs),sincethemid70s,governmentcontrolofthe
hoursbusinessesmayoperatehasbecomeastandardpressurearea
.Other
recommendationsintheGuidewereheldinabeyancewaitingfurther
developments .
TheDraftoftheGuidewhichwasmadeavailabletothePress,was
reportedintheNewYorkTimeson24November,1978rightafterits
release,butboththearticleanditsheadlineseemedsoinnocuousthatthe
admission of creationofcrisisinthebodyofthereportallbutescaped
notice .Absentanyevidenceorsuspicionthatofficialdomwould
deliberatelyexperimentwiththelivesandsecurityofitscitizens ; ; in thi :
fashion,the,statementofintentwhichwasincludedwaseasilyoverlooked .
AtthetimeIfirstreportedonthisincident,inJ une,1979,thereha(
beenanumberofpuzzling,aspectstotheoilsituation .Strangethings
weregoingoninoilproduction,bothhere,intheUnitedStates, as
regards'government'interventioninnewwellstarts,off-shoredrilling,
andtheAlaskanpipeline ; and in theMiddle East . Itwastwoyearslater,
beforeallthesebegantotakeform .
In1981,acourageousman,who'dbeenchaplain ; toworkersonthe
AlaskanPipelineService,wroteabookaboutwhat he knewaboutthe
'crisis' .LindseyWilliams'bookshouldhavecaused a stirgreaterthan
Watergate .Itdidn't .Thequestionmustbeasked : WHYNOT?
TheuseintheGuideoftheterms"scenario" and "exercises"isdeeply
concerning,fortheformerisanelementofthemanagementandcontrol
system(PPBS),,with,nootheridentifiedfunctioningovernment,-while
"exercises"describestheactivationof - aPPB"scenario" ."Exercises"is
termalsoappliedtomilitarymaneuvers,both in training "wargames" and
asbattleisenjoined .
IsitfairtoassesssuchactionsbyagovernmentDepartmentasan
attack -notjust on thesovereigncitizens,butonthefoundationsofthe
governmentitself,,asaconsequence?
Isit safe toassumeotherwise?
RECOMMENDEDREADING :
"OrdealbyPlanning", - J ohnJ ewkes,ProfessorofPolitical
Economy,MacMillan,1948
"TheEnergyNon-Crisis" - LindseyWilliams,WorthPubl .1980
*ACIRPublications : _A31 - "FiscalBalance"'1967),andM39
- "StateLegislativePrograms"(1969)
THEPASTISPROLOGUE

"SocialismorEmpire"
"There is anundercurrentofpoliticalthought in the
UnitedStates today, whichdriftstoward socialism, andthis
unconsciousdriftleadsuptoagrantofpowertoourExecutive
Departmentquitenecessaryunderasocialistgovernment,but
whichcreatesadangerto our institutions .Successivegrantsof
powerto an executivehavealwaysendedinEmpirewithRepublics
ofthepast,andusuallytheadditionalpower has beengivenat
theinstanceofthe"commonpeople" . . ."
- Col .Ed .F .Browne
Formanyyears,theidentity theauthorof"SocialismorEmpire "
hasbeensought,invain .It may wellbethattheauthorusedapseudonym,
forthenameofCol .Ed .F .Browneseems to havebeenblottedfromhistory,
exceptasitappearsonthisrarevolume .
Thiswriterhaslongsincediscountedtheneedtoproveasource,if
theinformationprovidedcanbevalidated

Itisso,withthisbook .
Withtheabovequotation,"Col .Browne"beginstheintroduction ; toa
mostremarkableaccountof a veryseriousmatter ..Iftheabovequote
soundsasthoughitcouldbefromoneofthecurrentcropofpolemicsabout
theproblemsfacingAmericatoday,beadvisedthatatleasthalfofthis
bookgivesthesameeeriefeeling - eerie,becauseitwasactually
publishedin1906!
Col .Browne'sthesishastodowiththebeginningsofthemovementto
destroythelibertyoftheAmericanpeopletomovefreely,bymeansof
governmentcontroloftransportation .
Presenteffortstoobtaincitizensupportforgrantsof"free"money
fromthefederalesforconstructionofroadsandscenichighways,makeit
imperativethatfactsbemadeknownbeforetheinevitableextensionof
power tothefederalExecutiveisfullyachieved .
AsCol .Brownebeginstounfoldhisnarrativeexposureofthewheels
withinwheelswhichwerebeginningtoturnAmericaEmpirewardin1906,it
isdifficulttofathomhowthetrickerywasseen,andrecognized,solong
ago - andthatitseffectonthelivesandthinkingofAmericanscouldbe
soaccuratelydescribed,beforetherewasanyrealimpact .Giventhat
circumstance,itisalsodifficulttounderstandwhythefederaltakeover
oftherailroadswasallowedtocontinue .Eventhoughthen-currentevents
arenowhistory,anddictionaryandencyclopedicdefinitionshavebeen
altered,thepointsCol .Brownemadearestillvalid - andsignificant -
today .
Eventhetitleofhisbookhassignficance ."SocialismorEmpire " is
oneoftheearlybookswhich pinpointed therealdangerstoAmerican
liberty,throughalteredconcept .Thisisdemonstrablebycomparingthe
meaningoftheword"empire",then,andnow .Asdefinedindictionariesof
thattime,"empire"meant"supremepoweringoverning ; dominion ;
sovereignty" ."Dominion"wasdefinedas"therightofuncontrolled
possession ; useanddisposalofsupremeauthority ; thepowerofgoverning
andcontrolling" ."Sovereign"wasdefinedas"supremeinpower ; not
subjecttoanyother" .
Intoday'sdictionaries,"empire"isdefinedas"amajorpolitical
unit,havingaterritoryofgreatextent" ."Dominion"hasbecome"a
self-governingnationoftheBritishCommonwealth"!And"sovereign"alone
stillretainsitsoriginalconcept .Thislastisseldomusedtoday,exce'
inreferencetothe"sovereigncitizen",andthereisareasonforthat .
ItisintendedthatAmericansshouldcontinuetobelievethemselvesthe
ultimate power inthiscountry,asrecognizedbytheConstitution, no
matterhowmuchoftheirinherentpowertheyhavegivenaway,delegated,c
hadusurped .Nomatterthatcommon-sense - andhistory -

showsthatyou
canneverhaveyourcakeandeatit,too,wearetocontinuetobelieve
thatourdestinyisstillinourhandsuntilsomeunhappydaywhenweare
forcedtorecognizethatthethreadsofcontrolhavebecomebandsofsteel
- raw power, immutabletoresistance .
But"Col .Browne"saw,back in 1906,thattherewas even thenan
assaultbeingmade' on theAmericanpeopleandsystem- anassaultsototal
that(aswesuspect)thosewhotriedtowarnofit,hadtoresortto
'fictional'accountsofitsexistence,orusefalseidentityto plead thei
case,--as-webelievewasdoneby"ColonelBrowne" .
Whilethecentralthemeofhisbookistheissueof'government'
takeoverofmassmethodsoftransportation,hisdescriptionofhisfellow
citizensasbeing " . . .so absorbedinbusinesspursuits,orbusywiththeir
ownaffairs,thattheypaylittleattentiontopublicmatters",isan
harmonicthemewhichisstilltruetoday .
Browne'sdelvingintothesocio-politicalsituation ; hisreferencesto
our formof government ; hischoiceofexamplestoillustratehispoints ;
hiscarefulreportingofevents ; andhisexposureofthepower-seekerswho
werethenresponsiblefortheassaultshedescribes - allhavemeaningfor
today .
Mostsignificant,perhaps, is thathelooksahead,downthecorridoro
time,andwarnsagainsttheinevitableresultofsuchtinkeringwiththe
basicprinciplesofself-government,and/ortoyingwiththe mental
processes''ofAmericancitizens .
Thatthisbookneverreceivedtheattention

meritedisatragedy .
IfthelessonsCol .Brownetriedtoimpartarenottakenseriouslytoday,
thereisnoquestionthatitwillnottakeanothereightyyearstomake
themacademic .
RecommendedReading :
"SocialismorEmpire - aDanger"Col .Ed .F .'Browne, "The
mostseriousquestionpresentedtotheAmericanpeople since the
abolishmentofslaveryisnotreceivingdueconsideration" -
KloppandBartlettCompany,Omaha .1906
THEPASTISPROLOGUE

TheGasCrunch
Time was, when"conspiracyw

wordonlya"right-wingextremist"
woulduse to suggestthecauseofaworldconvulsedinturmoil .Fewsaw
thatturmoilasaresultofaplannedassaultonexistinginstitutions .
Nomore .Inthelate1970sversionsof'conspiracy'begantobeheard
onallsides -pouringfromthemassmediaas
well as fromordinaryfolk,
as the "gas crunch"squeezedeveryone .Onlytheoilmoguls - andthe
ResidentoftheWhiteHouseandhisminionsandbosses
-proclaimedthis
'crisis'tobetheresultofeventswhich"justhappened" .
Mostopinionseemedtocenteraroundtheideathatthe"shortage"was
arrangedbytheoilcompanies,justtogethigherprices .This is
unrealistic .Thesamepeople,whostoodto gain monetarilythroughthis
ploy,havebeenplayingforhigherstakesforyears
.Whileattentionwas
directedtowhatthegascrunchwasdoingforMr
.Big,almostnonewas
giventowhatitwasdoing to Mr .Small .
For
manyyears,therehasbeenanapparentattempttoherdthecitizens
ofthiscountryintourbancenters
.Thestatedreasonhasbeenthatitis
easierand"moreefficient"toprovideservices
.suchasutilities,fora
compactarea .(Thisignoresthehistoricroleofgovernment
in thatthisis
abasicfunctionforwhichgovernmentsexist
.)
Thosewitha"conspiratorialviewofhistory"contendedthatitwould
also be easierandmoreproficientto
controlthepopulation . Naturally,
suchpeople alsobelievedthattherewasan intent todo just that .That
therewasreasonforthatbeliefwasnevergivencredencebythoserefuse
toacceptthataPlanwithanidentifiedGoal exists .
Despitetheskeptics,thereisstrongevidencetosupportsucha
belief .
Earlyevidencewas mainly limitedtostatements_of 'radicals', who,of
course,couldnevercarryoutsuchascheme
.Later,theeffortsofthe
Plannerstosurroundthecitieswith"greenbelts" - parklikeareas,where
nobuildingswouldmarthescenicbeauty - exposedfurtherintent .Ecology
freakssupportedthePlanners,butitwasstilltoodifficultthento
ignorethedemandsoftheownersofthepropertydesignatedtoremain
virgin,
.sogreenbeltsweresoft-pedalledforatime
.Emphasiswasplaced,
instead, on gainingacceptanceof the,planningidea, bygradually
increasingcontrolsacrosstheboard
.Alittlehere, more there,and,like
thethreadsofLilliput,thecontrolseventuallybecametiesthatbind .
AlandmarkcaseintheLosAngelesareainvolvedtheWalterO'Malley
stadium
.Inmymind'seyeIcanstillseetheTVreportoftheremovalof
thelastresistorto try toholdherpropertythere - afragile,veryold,
Mexican-Americanwomanwhosefamilyhadownedthat,pieceoflandsincethe
HidalgoContract -
beingcarriedbodilyfromherhomebyahugeburly
'enforcer',herthinarmsandlegsflailing
in protest,whilethe
bulldozerspantedinthebackground
.Thegiveawayofthat land fora
ballparkset
a precedent, and, waslaterusedbycollaborating,state
legislatorstopassbillstotakeoverprivaterights in propertyby
"law"
TheLeslieSaltpeoplemadeastandtoretainuseoftheirsaltflats
intheSan'Francisco area,
butwereoverriddenbycreationof"ABAG" - the
regionalAssociationofBay Area Governments .Tahoewastakenoverby
legislativeaction,andthepeopletherenotonlylostpropertyrights,but
T- 1S
representationaswell .
Piecebypiece,thePlannersworkedtheoldbaloneytrick .Theytook
sliceaftersliceofpropertyrights, until thereisnowlittleleftwort
strugglingtopreserve . Somepropertyowners stillcontinuetofight,
however,asthestrategiesbeingusedtoachievethisobjectivebecomemo
insistent .Aswitness :
Withtheeagercooperationof'conservative'GovernorRonaldReagan,
thePlannersmadetheirbighidtoestablishthethelanduseplanning
(LUP)schemeasgovernmentpolicyusingCaliforniaasatestarea .A
prestigiousTaskForcewascreated,andgiventhemonumentalassignment o
restructuringlocalgovernment tomeetthe'need'forthenewroleof urb
areas .TheGovernorcalled'thisdream - butnottheimpossibledream"
Butitwas .
AfterholdinghearingsallaroundtheStatetoincreasinglyhostile'
groupsofcitizensandlocalofficials,theshamblesoftheGovernor's
"dream"hadtobedroppedbackinhislap,withtheTaskForce
pronouncementthatitwas not onlynotwanted - itwasnotneeded .
ButthePlannersnevergiveup .NewlyelectedGovernorJ erryBrown
lostnotime in offeringReagan's"dream"ashisown - buthewasmore
honest, andcalledita"strategy" .Heboldlybackedthisfreshattack o
propertyrightswithallthepoweroftheGovernor'soffice .
Brown's"Strategy"camerightoutanddrewaphysicalboundaryaround
existingurbanareas,demanded'infilling'(buildingonexistingparcels'
bareland) in thecities,beforegrantingpermitsforuseoflandoutside
theperimeters ; establishedpolicyforstatetakeoverofprivateproperty
whichdidnotmeetStrategystandards ; providedfor State determination o
allowablepopulationgrowth ; andawholeseriesofsimilarusurpations .
TheStrategycalledfor46newlaws,twoamendmentstotheState
Constitution,andanExecutiveOrderbytheGovernortomakeitlegal .
ButBrownranintothesamehuzzsawwhichwokeReaganfromhis"dream
andhisschemewasquicklytakenunderground .Somebillswere quietly
passedinshort order, others waitedanopportunetime,quietlyproceedin ;
tomaketheStrategy'legal',despitewidespreadopposition .
Sothencamethe "gas crunch" .

Woulditsucceed,wheremoredirect
measuresfailed?

Withafuelshortage,whowouldwanttoliveany
distancefromthecity,wherethejobsandretailoutletswere,ifthere
wereapossibilitythattransportationwouldfallshortoftheneed?No
doubtaboutit,onewayoranother,thePlannersexpecttoobtain this kil
ofcontrol,andtheynevergiveup .
No,they never giveup .Inlate1987,WillieBrown,Speakerofthe
CaliforniaAssembly(norelationtoJ erry)issued a Callforthesame
"dream",announcingthathehadawholepackageoflegislation forit,ani
demandingthattheincumbentGovernorcreatea"TaskForce"to lead the
way!Asthisisbeingwrittenthepressureisstillontoachievethis
objective .
Whenthepubliccannolongerdrivetheir cars, orenjoytheremnants
of'publictransportation' - twoelementswhichmadepossible"thegood
life"Americanshaveknown - will theyquietly sit back,andletthe;
noos4
beslipped over theirheads?
Whenthelonggreyhighwaysareemptyandthebrightcarswhichonce
flashedoverthemsitidly in yard,garage,orjunkheap,willReagan's
dream, and Brown'sStrategy and Willie'spowerhavethe final say?
ADDENDA :
'crisis'=acreatedcondition,conduciveto'change' ;
'radical'=anyonewhoisnotasupporteroftherevolution ;
'liberal'=anyonewhoISasycophant ;
'conservative'=anyonewhoactivelyresiststherevolution ;
someoneagainst'change' ;
'change'=TheNewInternationalEconomicOrder,and/orany
ofitselements .
'publictransportation'=masstransportation - onceunder
privateownershipandprivatelyoperated,graduallyforcedinto
governmentcontroland/orownership .
RECOMMENDEDREADING
"ACityless,CountrylessWorld- PracticalCo-operation" -
HenryOlerich,SelfPubl .1893
"UrbanDevelopmentStrategy",CaliforniaStateOfficeof
PlanningandResearch,1977asrevised
THEPASTISPROLOGUE

TheLittleGreenBus
Whileour'government's'interestin how peoplegetfromplacetoplace
reallyhaditsbeginningsbackin1887, as ColonelBrowne'sbook
demonstrated,solidevidenceofthatinterestasathreat

individual
citizenscameafterworldwar2 .
Therehadbeenwarnings,suchas'governmentinterferencewiththe
railroad-companies,-butthatcameatthetimeoftheGreatTrustbuster
("Teddy"Roosevelt),anditwasmadetoappeartobe"inthepublic
interest" .Continuingassaultsgraduallycreatedtheimpressionthat"the
railroadinterests"wereatoddswith"thepublicgood" .Theerror in such
thoughtbecomesclearer, as the"publicgood"suffersincreasinglyfrom
'government'bunglinginmatterswhereithasnorighttointervene .
Asilentwitness

theshiningsteeltracks,whichopenedthiscountry
toprogress - nowliecoveredwithdust,rust,andweeds,'andthe
'government'operatedAMTRAKflounders,evenas'government'preparesto
takeoverorcontrolalltransportation .
Thedangersignalshavebeenraisedforyears,andlogicshowswhy .A
caseinpointinvolvesa"bedroomtown"intheLosAngelesarea .
Onamap,theoutlineofthetownresemblesanhourglass
.Thepinched
centerwassparselypopulated,and the onebuscompanyinthearearefused
toservicethatsection,onthepremisethatitwas"economically
unfeasible" .Instead,itsroutewent from thetop"bulge",throughan
adjoiningcity,andbacktothelower"bulge",leavingtheresidentsinthe
middlewithouttransportation,otherthanshank'smare,formostofthem
didn'towncars - ortheonetheydidownwasusedtotakethe
"breadwinner"towork .
Acoupleofyoungworldwar2veterans,wholivedinthatarea,hada
differentidea .Theypooledtheirresources,obtainedatemporarypermit,
boughtalittleoldbus,repairedit,painteditgreen,andstarted
rolling .Forbiddenbylawtocompetewiththeotherline,theytraversed
onlythe"unfeasible"route .Yet,theyprovidedsuchoutstanding,
dependable,courteousservice,that,beforelong,peoplewhoformerlyhad
usedtheotherbus,nowwalkedoutoftheirwaytotakethe"littlegreen
bus",andthepeoplewholivedalongtheirrouteweremorethanhappyto
findtheventuredoingsowell .
Whenitcametimeforarenewalofthelicenseforthelittlegreen
bus,however,theotherlinethrewalltheirweightintoopposingeven
that,letaloneapermanentgrantofuse .
Ilivedthere,atthetime,andthelittlegreenbuswasaGodsend .We
wereonahill,andtherewerenostoresatallupthere
.Withtwolittle
boys(oneinacarriage,atfirst,andtheninaTaylorTot)tobundleup
andtakewithme,justshoppingforgrocerieswasamajorproject
.Going
downwasnotsobad,butcomingbackupthehill,withtheaddedweightof
thepurchases,wassomethingelse .
Sothelittlegreenbusmadearealdifference
.Then,oneday,the
drivertoldmethatitsdayswerenumbered .WhenIaskedhimwhathemeant,
hesaidthatitlookedlikethepermitmightnotberenewed
.Hetoldme
thattheonlyhopewasforthepeoplewhousedthebustoappearatthe
CityCouncilmeeting,andtrytoconvincetheCouncilthatitwasneeded
.
Thatwasmyfirstattendanceatagovernmentmeeting,anditchangedmy
life!Icouldn'tbelievewhatwenton!ItwasAliceinWonderland,andmade
nonsense .
Thoughtherouteswerenotconflicting,thedifferenceinservicewas
notable,asthepeopletestified,andtheotherlinehadsuffereda
measurablelossofpatronage .'Government'sidedwiththeoriginal
company,andthelittlegreenbuswasnomore .
Whilethiswasgoingon,othersignpostswerevisibleinotherareas
.
InSouthernCalifornia,forinstance,thehistoric"electriccars",which,
forhalfacenturyhadeffectivelytransportedcitizensfromLongBeachto
SanFernandoValley, and fromtheSouthBay-to-Pasadena,Azusaand
Cucamonga,werebeingphasedoutthrough'government'pressure .
Thetimecamewhencitizenswereforced to buyautomobiles,whetheror
nottheycouldaffordthem,justtogetbackandforthtowork
- or
anyplaceelse,forthatmatter .'Therewerenotenoughbusses,andthe
routes'government'setforthemdidnotcovertheneed .Twocarfamilies
becameacommonplace .
Thestreetswerechoked,morningandnight,withcommuters,andLos
Angelesandenvironsalsochoked
- on
exhaustfumes .
So'government'steppedintorelievethe'problem' .Immediately,
backyardincineratorswereoulawed-'althoughnocasewaseverproved
againstthem .(Andthatstartedanother'problem' - butthat'sadifferent
story .)
Freewaysmushroomedeverywhereovernight,itseemed .Asthepopulation
increased,morefreewayswereconstructed,andmorecontrolswereplacedon
people .The'solutions'wereobsoletebefore'theink was dryonthe
regulations .
"Planning"becamethewarcryof'government',butitseemedthatthe
more'government'planned,thelesseffectivewerethe'solutions' .'
Tosolvethisproblem,the-harrassedusersof"thelongestparkinglot
intheworld"wereofferedtheboonofan"expresslane",asaprecious
jewel -to reward thosewhocouldfindtworiderslivingnearthem,witha
proximatedestination,andwhodidn'tmindsharingtheircarwith
strangers .Today,'diamond'laneshavesprunguparoundeverymajorcity
inthecountry .Whatablessingcarpoolscanbe!Tohavethejoyof
speedingpastallthoseclods,whocouldn't(orwouldn't)"sharetheride"!
Astheyinhalethefumesofexhaustfromalltheother"loners"(as
wellasfromthecars in the'diamond'lanes),thoseclodscanlistenon
theradiototheseductivetonesof'government'callingthemto"Comeride
ontheRTDwith us . . ."
Itwouldseemthatsomeday,somehow,somewhere,someoneinauthority
wouldreally look at,thesubstanceofthisproblem,anddecidethatthose
giantsofmenwhobuiltthe government underwhichthisnationprospered
andgrewforsolong,HADsomething,whentheydeniedtheuseofregulatory
agenciessuchashadbroughtrevolutiontotheseshoressolongago .
Perhaps,then,someonewithauthoritytodosomething,mightnoticethat
therevolutionwhichresultedinformationoftheseUnitedStatesisbeing
betrayedbythe"NewAmericanRevolution"goingonNOW .
Itcanalsobehopedthat,someday,somehow,the people canbebrought
torecognizethatthosetowhomtheyhavegiventheirtrustarecausing
thistravail -eitherbywhattheyaredoing,orbyfailingtodowhatthey
should .
THEPASTISPROLOGUE - 10 - NoNeedtoKnow?
Peopleask,"Whyspendsomuchtimedwellingonthepast?Weal :
whathappened ; bettertodosomethingaboutit,thantoalwaysbedigf
upallthisoldstuffthatnooneneedstoknow ."
Aswesaidupfront - everybodydoesNOTknowwhatwentbefore .I
anything constructive istohedoneabouttheproblemsoftoday,thi :
stuff"isvital .Ifthisrevolutionistobereversed,thecounter
revolutionaries - thoseAmericanswhocareenoughto"dosomething"at
it - musthaveknowledgeofthestrategiesandtacticsbeingusedto
achievetherevolutionary ; goal .Thisistheeighthprincipleof<warfe
Inthemilitary,it iscalled "intelligence" .
Takethematterof"humanitarianaid"totheso-called contras . 11
therebeadifferenceinthe public opinionpolls,iftheAmericanpec
weretoldinthe"news"broadcasts (whichis thesourcefromwhichmos
peoplegettheirinformation/intelligence),thatthishasbeenasucce
revolutionarystrategysincethelossofChinatothefreeworld?
HowmanyofyoureadingthisknowthatitwasDeanAchesonwhodev
thisscheme - oratleastputitinmotion?AchesonandhisAssistan
FarEastPolicy,-,OwenLattimore,werepartofthe"China-Lobby",-which
usedthissamepolicy ; topermitChinatogo under communistcontrol .
LattimorewaslateridentifiedbytheSenateCommitteeonInternalAff
as"aconscious,articulateagentoftheCommunistParty")
ItwasSecretaryofStateAchesonwhowentbefore a committeeof
Congress,MONTHSbeforethecommunisthordesswarmeddown - into-Korea,
madeanimpassionedpleafor"economicaid"to"containcommunism"in
ill-starrednation .liedid'notseek - orwant - militaryaid, evenin
faceofthe known threatofinvasionthere .>IlespecifiedONLY"econom
aid(asitwascalledthen)whichsomeinCongresschargedwouldonly
towhettheappetiteoftheReds in thenorth .
Synghman Rhee, Korea'sthen-President,andastaunchallyoftheU
States,wasbeggingformilitaryhelp,andCongress-'saw-themeritinh
position .TheyrepudiatedtheStateDepartmentscheme,andappropriate
millionsforKorean defense, onlytolearnmuchlater,aftertheinvas
thatamere$200hadbeenspent for militaryaid- andthateventhew
purchasedwiththat neverarrived in Korea!
ThestorywasthesameinChina,theShah'sIran,Vietnam,Cambodia
NicaraguaandElSalvador .BillionsofAmericandollarssenttonsof
"humanitarian"aidtoeachofthosecountries, just intimetohavethi
materielappropriatedtothebenefit of thecommunistsuccessors .
ThedevastatingdebacleoftheroutinVietnamwas a repeatofthe
tragedyoftheKoreannightmare .ThehostagesituationinIranisdire(
traceabletothesame'indefensibleploy .
Therecordshowsthattheconsistentpositionofthestrategic
activistsincontrolofUnitedStatesforeignpolicyhasbeenfirmlyrc
incloudsofwishfulthinkingdirectlyrelatedtotheirimpossibledree
anewworldorder,ratherthanonhistorictruths,scientific
probabilities,ormilitarynecessity .
Whenanationisunderattack,andinmortaldanger,thereisnowe
anyaidotherthanthatwhichcanbeusedfordefenseorassaultcanhe
theendangeredpeople .
ThedeadhandofAchesonnowreachesouttofattenthegooseofCer
I- 2n
Americafor the communists - justasitdid live inChinaandKoreaand
Vietnam
.Couldthis'happen'again,ifCongressandthepeopleknewthat
thisstrategywasattheheartofthelossofChinaand those two"police
actions"?IftheAmericanpeopleknew,would ; theyriseinrighteousanger,
andforbidtheirrepresentativestosendbloodmoneytothesepresentday
GhengisKhans?Wouldtheydemandactionmorelikely

beinthereal
interestoftheUnitedStatesanditsallies?
Knowledgesuchasthisisbasictotruly ; corrective action . Atleast
oneUnitedStatesSenatorrecognizedthis, as hetooktheFloorofthe
UpperHouseonthe19thofMay,195 4onaSpecialOrder, todiscuss whathe
describedas
" . . .a devastatingsituationwhichdisturbsmedeeply .The
outcome

maywelldecreetheath, or ensure the life,ofour
freecivilization . . ."
Assistedby a youngattorneyloanedtohimforthispurposebythe
SenatePermanentInvestigatingSubcommittee,theSenatorproceededto
presentbackground for adiscussionofwhatwasthencalled"thecold
war" .
TheSpecialOrderhadbeentriggeredbyapublicannouncementfromthe
OfficeoftheVicePresidentthatAmericanyoungmenmighthavetoobesent
tofightinIndochina .TheSenatorspokeoftheincrediblepoliciesbeing
utilizedinFarEastrelations,andoutlinedknownSovietaims in that part
oftheworld .ThebattleforIndochina,hewarned,woulddultimately
determinecontroloftheentirePacific,andhecitedSovietpolicyand
goalstoconfirmthecauseforhisconcern .
TheSenatorwentontodescribetheincredible policy whichpermitted
theUnitedStatestoshipcrucialmaterielto communist-bloc nations,
despitetheknowledgethatTHEY,inturn,weresupplyingthewarmachine of
RedChina,which,alsointurn,was supplyingthewarcapabilityofboth
forthKoreaandNorthVietnam .
Hespokeoftheequallyincrediblepolicyofpermittingaidfromthese
: ommunistsatellitestoarriveinRedChinese,ports,onships carrying the
flagsofourallies, whowereactuallyreceivingaid from theU . S . atthat
time .Herevealedtheunbelievable policyofour StateDepartment,which
requiredthatthewarsinKoreaandVietnambefought only ontheterritory
affthenationswesupposedlywerebefriending,andnevertakenbeyondtheir
bordersintoenemyterritory -thuslayingwastethecountrywewere
"helping",andprotectingtheenemy'swar-makingcapability!
TheSenatorwounduphislengthycolloquywiththis :
"ThepointIwishtomake is this : thatwemustnoteven
remotelythink of sendingAmericanboystothejunglesof
Indochina,whilewearefinancingtheshipmentofgunswhichwill
killthoseyoungmenaftertheygetthere ."
IfthatspeechbythatSenatorhadmadeheadlinesinthenextmorning's
iewspapers,fiftythreethousandyoungAmericansmightnothavelosttheir
livesinthejunglesofVietnam ; uncountedthousandsofotherAmericans
nightnothavehadtofaceableakfuturemaimedinmindorbody(orboth),
arforeverburdenedwithgriefforthelossoflovedones ; andmanyyoung
Americanswouldnothavehadtofleetheirnativelandtoavoidthat
tragedyforthemselves .
TheVicePresident,in195 4,wasRichardMilhausNixon .Theyoung
attorneywasRobertFitzgeraldKennedy .The-concernedSenatorwasJ oseph
RaymondMcCarthy .
Twoofthesemenwereinpositionsofpowertenyearslater,when .the}
could havereissuedthiswarningasAmericanboysweredeployedfor
Vietnam,andtheydidnot .Thethirddiedtrying,longbeforeawhole
generationofAmericansweresenttofightanddieunderthoseconditions,
whichstillexistedtenyearsafterbeingexposed,andstillexisttoday .
Noneedtoknow?,-Howcansuchpoliciesbechangedifnooneknows
aboutthem?
ItwasjustsuchpolicieswhichcausedevenanoldsoldierlikeGenera
DouglasMacArthurtotestifytoCongress :
"Ihaveseen,Iguess,asmuchbloodanddisasterasany
livingman,butthisjustcurdledmystomach . . .AfterIlookedat
thosethousandsofwomenandchildrenandeverything,Ivomited .
- areyou(Congress)goingtoletthatgoon?Oncemore,I
repeat, whatisthepolicy ' Korea?"
MacArthurdidn'tlivetoseeVietnam,muchlessNicaragua .

Noris
therearecordofhiseverlearningofanarticlewrittenbyOwen
Lattimore,'inwhichthat"expert"onFarFastpolicydisclosedthatthe
StateDepartment'sbigproblemwas"howtoallowChinatofalltothe
Communists,withouthavingitappearthatwepushedher .

Indiscussing
Koreain thatarticle,thisStateDepartmentmolewrote,
"Thethingtodo,therfor,ist

tSouthKorea
notletitlookasthoughwepushedit ."
MacArthurandMcCarthyare

theirgraves,andLattimoreandAcheson
arelong_gone,fromtheirpositionsofpower,buttheeviltheydid
continuestoplaguetheworld .Thiscouldbedue,inpart,tothe
continuingpresenceinthelabyrinthine State Department of manyhidden
persuaders,holdingthesameviewstheyheld .
Amuchlargerpartoftheproblemlies in thefactthattherecan benc
correctionofsuch situations theexistenceofwhichisnot known .
Noneed to know?Gentle'reader, thepastisprologue!
RecommendedReading :
"TwentyYears'ofTreasonSenatorJ oeMcCarthy,19March
195 4,Plankinton Hotel, Milwaukee,Wisconsin,Printed in the
CongressionalRecord,14J anuary,195 5 ,p299 .
THEPASTISPROLOGUE-11-ItDoesn'tMakeSense
Let'sfaceit .Manyoftheactivitiestakingplacetoday,don't'make
sense' .Neitherthosebeingcarriedoninthenameofgovernment,normany
whichtoallappearanceseemtohavenoconnectionwithgovernment
.SoI
maybeforgivenifIsuggestthatthereisanoverallpatternwhich
providesreasontobelievethereisaconnection,evenifnoneisvisible
.
Wheneversomethingdoesn't"makesense"fromacustomarypointofview,
logicwouldindicatethatthereisapoint,somewhere,fromwhichcauseand
effectwouldbecomedemonstrable .
Forinstance .Sometherearewhostillruminateoverthegovernment
programinthethirtiesinwhichthousandsofpigletsweredestroyed,
mountainsofpotatoeswerepoisonedandburied,andoceansofgoodmilk
werepouredinthestreetsofAmerica'sheartland .Allthis,atatime
whenAmericansweresellingapplesandpencilsonstreetcorners,tryingto
getanoughcashtofeedhungryfamilies
.Eventhestatedreasonsfordoing
thesethingsdidnotmakesensetomostAmericans .Buttheycertainlymade
sensetoHenryWallace,then-SecretaryofAgriculturewhoinstigatedthe
program
.
Thingsbeingdonetodayareinthesamecategory .
Doesit"makesense"
*for'government'toforceacitizentogiveupsomeofhis
lawfullyacquiredproperty,inexchangeforpermissiontobuild
onwhatisleft?
*todenypermissionforacitizentobuild'anythingonhis
property,untilunitsinanotherjurisdictiononlandownedby
othercitizens,havebeenbuilt?
*tocontinuetosend"aidandtrade"totheSovietUnion,,
whenweareprotectingothercountriesfromtheSoviet'evil
empire',bysending"aidandtrade"tothem?
*tocommingletheessenceofsuchvastlydifferentcultures
asthetotalitarianUSSRandtheUSA'freesociety'withstudent
andeducationalexchanges?
Thesearebutafewoftheridiculositiesinacontinuingprocessof
overt'government'initiation .-Considernow,afewwhichdonotevidence
'government'asasource
:
*Thewidespreadilliteracyamongyoungadults
;
*Thedramaticdecline-of-moralstandardsnationwide
;
*Theincessant,unendingexposureof'incidents'asserting
theperfidyofelectedofficials ;
*Theastronomicalsuiciderateamongteenagers
;
*Theappearanceofthe"streetpeople"
.
*Theproliferating'incidents'ofchildabuseandmass
murder .
Doesit"makesense" :
*toignoretheeasilycheckedfactthatthefirsttwoof
thesesadstatswerepredictedatthetimewouldresultfromthe
"innovations"initiatedineducationinthegovernmentschools
morethanfortyyearsago?Or
I- 2 3
*thatthethird'hasatwentyyearhistory,_oaplanned
assault?Or :
*thatthefourthwasnotconsideredasapossibility, until
abouttwentyyearsago,when'deatheducation'begantobecome
partofthecurriculuminthegovernmentschools?Or :
*thatthefifthcanbetracedtotherevisions
fthe'mentallyill'?Or :
*Thatnoseriousattempthasbeenmade

determine

cause
forthesixth?-
Yearafteryeaaformanyyears,Americansfromborder order
andcoasttocoasthavewrestledwiththeseridiculosities,anathousa
more
.Whencecomethesenonsensicalsituations?Whysomany?Howhave
theycontinuedtoplaguethecitizen

inthefaceofconstantresistanc
thisgovernment

operatingundertheConstitutionthecitizens
havethelastword .Iitdoesn't"makesense"thatthoseelectedto
officewon'tlistentothatword - whyDOESN'Tit?
Letus,then,createapositionfromwhichallthemyriadseeming
idiociesDOmakesense .
Insistently,overtheyears,therehasbeenanundercurrentofopini
in
.thiscountry,particularlyamongtheupperechelonofsociety,which
speaksofanintenttocreateaworldauthorityinwhichtheUnitedStat
ofAmericawouldbecomeoneofmany'states'inaUnitedNationsofthe
World - asmallvoice,lostinthebabbleofthirdworlddemands .
WhileitmayseemanewdevelopmenttomanyAmericans,theeffortst
establishthatworldauthorityhavebeenactivelypursuedsincebefore
worldwar1 .Strangeasitseems,manyofthestrategiesbeingdescribe
inthisbookhavebeenSOP(standardoperatingprocedure)allalong .Tt
'peace'-at-any-pricemovement
; thefeartacticsoftheanti-nukemovemer
theinternationalorganizationto"keepthepeace"have loomed largefrc
thebeginning .
IntheExhibitsSection'ofthisbook,thereisaphotocopyofsomec
fromanissueofthestudentquarterlymagazineofPasadena,(California
;
HighSchoolforNovember,1923 .Thosewhohavesuccombedtotheideatt
"nowthatthereis an atombomb,weMUSTNOThaveanotherwar"willfine
theleadarticleinthatquarterlyinteresting, at least .
Entitled"ThePreventionofWarbyMeansof a, UnitedNationsofthe
World",thearticlebegins :
"Wearetoldthatthenextwar_willlastonythreedays,
possibleaweek .Attheendofthattime,allthepeopleonthis
planetwillbedead ."
Itcontinueswithargumentspromotingthe"UnitedNationsoftheWoi
forthreeanda'-halfpagesofaveryslimmagazine, building -apicturec
"theonlyhopeforpeace" .Someoftheseargumentsareonlytoofamilif
today,likethis :
"Nationalsovereigntyshouldexistonlysofarasitdoesnot
interferewiththefunctionoftheUnitedGovernment"
Thearticleendswith :
" . . .the UnitedNationsoftheWorldwillnotbeacomplete
treatment
T- 2 4
success,untilallthenationsoftheworldhavejoined .Inthe
meantime,educationofallthepeopleoftheworldwilldomore
thananyotherthinginhelpingtorealizethisideal ."
SkepticthatIam,Iquestionedwhetherastudentactuallywrotethis,
propaganda .Myskepticismwasjustifiedatalaterdate,whenresearch
revealedthesourcefortheseunusualquotes(seeDocumentsSection) .For
thepurposeofthisdiscussion,thesourcereallydoesn`tmatter .Whatis .
importanthereiswhatcanbelearnedfromthisalmost-70-year-old
document .Thatlessonincludesexploringtheevidencethatitis
MISeducationwhichismaking

possibleforthisdreamtoberealized
.
Considerthesestatementsofrecord
:
*AUnitedNations-in1923?
*Anendtonationalsovereignty-n1923?
MAsuperwarwithoutsurvivors
Yes .
in1923?
Andeversincethen,thecryofpeace,peace-whenthereisnopeace
.
Almostthreequartersofacenturyofpromotinginternationalism ; of
emplantingconceptsinstudentsminds,insteadofgivingthemthetoolsto
createtheirownconcepts
; ofattacksoncitizenswhowantonlykeep
bringinguptheConstitutionandits'horse-and-buggy'methodsof
governing,ofdeliberatepromotionofpromiscuity,pornographyand
prurience
.
AmericaFirsters,theywerecalled-allthose'whoopenlydecriedthese
aberrations .(AsthoughputtingAmericafirstwasa'-badthingfor
Americanstodo!)SuperPatriots .Hundredpercenters .Rightwing .
Extremist .Isolationist-ultra-right-radical .Whatiswrongwithbeing
patriotic?
Whatiswrongisthatpatriotsareinclinedtoexposethesoft
underbellyofdeceitandtrickeryneededtochangethecourseofhistory
.
TheyareapttoinsistonFACTS,truthfullypresented
.Theyareproneto
arguethatitisnotthepeoplewhocausewars .Theyarepronetogetin
thewayof"progress"-progresstowardthatoneworld'dream',whichthey
seeasanightmare .Theydonothesitatetopointoutfallaciesand
deceit,andthosewhousethesetodestroytriedandtruemethodsof
governing
.
Itistoallowthemostpowerfulmenintheworldtocontinuegarnering
evermorepower,thatpatriotsarepurposefullystrippedoftheir
respectability .Itisforthesamereasonthathumanlivesarecallously
sacrificed,whetherbywastingawayintheGulag,orblownapartin"wars"
manufacturedbythepowerhungry .
Dreamsofpowerhaveeverendedinpoolsofblood .Ambitionmostoften
leadstoaprematuregraveforthe"dreamer",aswellashisvictims
.And
yet,theDamocleanswordcontinuestobeignored,despitethelessonsof
history .
Inmostpersons,thereisaninnatesomethingwhich,evendespiteyears
ofsubordinatingpersonaldesirestoenforcedobediencetotyranny,despite
deprivation,suffering,calculatedpressuresforamantobelievethathis
countrywasresponsibleforhistravail,causeshimtothrowhimselfface
downonthegoodearthofhisnativelandashestepsofftheplanewhich
I- 2 5
borehimbackfromagoniessufferedatthehandsoftodays'barbarians,a
tokissahandfulofdirt .Thisisthebasicinstinctofwhichthepoet
wrote,
"Breathesthereamanwithsoulsodead,
"thatnevertohimselfhassaid,
"Thisismyown,mynativeland'?"
ThereAREsuchbeings(undeservingofthenameof"man")
consciouslynegatethisbasichumanurge .Theyridiculethosewhosesi
cryoutagainstwillfuldestructionofacherishedheritage .Forsuch,
poethadwordstoday'spower-maddeceiversandtheirminions
lickspittlecooperatorsshouldheed :
"Ifsuchthere be . . .
"highthoughhistitle,proudhisname,
"boundlesshiswealthaswishcanclaim . . .
"thatwretchshallgodowntotheviledust
"fromwhichHEsprung--
"unwept,unhonored,andunsung ."
Unless,ofcourse,thehundred-yearwaragainsthonor,duty,cou
succeedsinitsstatedpurposeofchangingthenatureofman .Inw
case,theworldwillfinallyhavebeenmadesafefortyrants,andto
alonewillbetheglory .
Thenitwillallmakesense,becauseBigBrotherwillseethatitd
Anyfactswhichdonotsupportapprovedofficialdictawillqui
disappeardownthememoryhole,andeveryhumanbeingnotclonedfrom
BrotherwillbeageneticduplicationofWinstonSmith .
RecommendedReading :
"1984"GeorgeOrwell - Harcourt/Brace - 1949
"Breathesthereaman" - SirWalterScott
b
TheMythsofCommunism
"Democracy"
I
ch : p a :
12TheMoreThingsChange . . .
PartOne

I I 1
TheMoreTheyStaythe
PartTwo
Same
I I 3
13 TheCommunistMyth I I 5
14m-o-n-e-y&Consp iracy I I 7
15 "Op erationAbolition" I I 10
16TwoWorldsforOne I I 13
17 Josep hRaymondMcCarthy
Part1190 8 - 195 7 I I
2TheExorcists I I 18
3 TheLegacy I I 21
4TheCensure I I 23
5 TheBrightFlame I I 27
18NoMoreHeroes I I 29
19Soviet I I 3 2
TechnicalSup eriority
20 I ncident I I - 3 5
inTienanmenSquare
21I ntheNameof I I - 3 6
THEMYTHSOFCOMMUNISM - 1 2 -
TheMoreThingsChange . . .
PartOne
Col
. TomHuttonhadbeenapublicrelationsofficer,workingoutof
FlyingTigersHQinKunming,China,duringworldwar2
. Fromthatvantage
point,heobservedthatsomethingnewhadbeenaddedtothearsenalofwar .
Untilthemiddleofthe2 0thcentury,9basicprinciplesofwarfarehad
beenutilizedbymilitaryforces
:anobjective(goal) ;theinitiative
(offensive) ;movement(flexibility)
;mass(consolidationofforces) ;
economyofforces(minimumeffectiveneed)
;surprise ;securityand/or
intelligence ;cooperation ;simplicity
.
WhenCol . Huttonrecognizedtheuse by theSovietsofwhathelater
termed"thedominantprinciple"(dominant,becauseitcanpervadeallthe
others),hedubbedit"SPX" - SovietPrincipleTen) - andheidentifiedit
as'paralysis',inparticular,
paralysisofthewilltoresist . His
researchfoundithadbeenactivatedbytheSoviets,andused
experimentallyontheirownpeoplebeforebeingintegratedintoofficial
Sovietmilitarypolicy .
Inhismilitarycapacity,Col . Huttonregularlyreportedto . his
superiorsontheactivationanduseofthisnewprincipleinthepressures
totoppletheanti-communistgovernmentofChiangKai-Shek . Hedocumented
theparticipationoftheUnitedStatesStateDepartmentintheuseofthis
newstrategyagainstanally . Forthiscontribution,Huttonwasawarded`the
LegionofMerit,whichwaspresentedtohimbyGeneralsChennaultand
Wedemeyer .
Afterthewar(asaprivatecitizen),Col . Huttonformedanexternal
alliancewithotherex-intelligencepersonneltostudythistechnique,and
toexchangeinformationaboutit
. Intime,thegrouptookthenameofSPX
ResearchAssociates(SPXRA),andbegansendingintelligencereportsto
militaryandotherofficialpersonnelwithaneed-to-know .
WhentheBerlinblockadewassetupbytheSoviets,Col . Huttonwas
recalledtodutyandorderedtoGermany,toserveasChiefofIntelligence
inthemilitarygovernmentwhichhadbeencreatedtoguidethatbenighted
countrybackintocivilizationandself-government
. Duringthatservice,
hesawfurtherevidenceofSPX,whichconvincedhimthatSPXRAshouldbea
continuingex-officiobody,anditwasregisteredassuchwiththeOffice
ofExternalIntelligenceResearch .
Forseventeenyears,SPXRAcompetently,quietly,andunofficiallydida
jobwhichshouldhavebeentheresponsibilityoftheWarDepartment,orits
successor"Defense"Department . SPXRAdidthatjobthoroughly,well,and
atnocosttothetaxpayers .
In1 958,thecontinuingadvancesofthecommunistoffensiveforglobal
conquestseemedtomakeitimperativethatnotonlyofficials,but
concernedcitizens,aswell,shouldhavetheinformationSPXRAwas
developing,andtheyauthorizedreleaseoftheirreportstopatriotsknown
tothemtoberesponsibleandreliable .
Col . HuttonbegantolecturepubliclyonaspectsofSPXwhichwere
consideredtobeinthepublicinterest,andofpublicconcern
.
ThefirstbigoffensivemoveSPXRAtookagainstSPXwasastaffReport
on"TheSupremeCourtasanInstrumentofGlobalConquest",whichwas
presentedataHearingoftheSenateSubCommitteeonInternalSecurity
. In
thatReportthestaffofSPXRAdocumentedtheSPXpresenceinrecent
decisionsofthat"guardianoftheConstitution"inrelationtotheimpact
ofthosedecisionsinaidingadvancesofthecommunistmovement . That
Reportwasimmediatelysuppressed
. Itwasbroughttopublicattentiononly
throughaprivateorganization,whichprintedanddistributeditfor
SPXRA .
ItwasCol
. Huttonwhofirstbroadcastthefactsaboutthecommunist
natureandSovietsupportoftheCastroforcesinCuba,onanationwide
hookup
. ItwasCol
. Huttonwhodraftedthereportwhichtoldthetruth
abouttherebellionoftheFreedomFightersinHungary
. ThatReport
inspiredaCongressionalResolutionthatwouldrequire
freeelections
in
theslavestatesbehindtheIronCurtain,asaprerequisiteforfurther
cooperationbetweentheUnitedStatesandtheSovietUnion
. (Thateffort
wasscuttledbytheStateDepartment
. SomuchforCongressionalinfluence
inmattersinvolvingtheunholyalliancebetweenthelandofthefreeand
thehomeoftheslave!)
Theseitemsarebutasamplingofthenumerouscounter-attacksbySPXRA
againsttherevolutionaryassaultontheseUnitedStates
.
FollowingreleaseofsomeoftheirReportstothoseselectedfew
patriots,officersinSPXRAbecameconvincedthattherewasaneed-to-know
byamuchlargersectionoftheAmericanpeople,andaseriesofstudy
coursestobringpublicattentiontobearonthisphenomenonwasbegun . A
quadrilogyintheformofaseriesoftapedlectureswasplannedtodivulge
thehistory,strategy,tactics,pressurepatterns,objectivesand
techniquesinvolvedinSPX . Eachsegmentoftheseriesaddressedspecific
areasofenemystrategieswhichweretakingthiscountryatanaccelerating
paceintowhatthenwasdescribedas"thecommunistorbit",withno
knowledgeableresistancetothisessentialelement . Thehopewasthat,
withknowledgeofthosestrategies,theAmericanpeoplewouldbeableto
effectivelyrespondtoenemypenetrations,andthusforestalltheforced
marchintoservitude .
Onlytwoofthesegmentsofthedocumentarieswerecompleted("KNOW
YOURENEMYand"REDEMPIRE"),whenColonelHuttonbecameseriouslyill,and
hadtodisbandSPXRA
. Hediedshortlyafterthat .
Asrecenteventshavedeveloped,Col
. Huttonandhisworkhavegained
addedimportance . Withthe installationinourgovernment,
ofthePlanning,
ProgrammingandBudgetingSystem,thethreatSPXholdsforthefuturehas
becomecrucial
. ThisSystemistheovertembodimentofSPX,andthereis
nooneofstaturetodaywhoisputtingthemeaningofitsuseintothe
frameofglobalconquest,asCol
. HuttonandSPXRAdidforsolong .
ThisbookhasthesamecoreconceptaspromptedSPXRA'squadrilogy,but
thatisthelimitoftheresemblance . Thosereaderswhomayhavebeen
amongthosewhoreceivedtheSPXRAbriefingswillrecognizethat
immediately
. ButifanystillhavethebriefingpapersputoutbySPXRA,
andreviewthemnow,theywouldbeamazedtofindhowrelevanttheyare
today .
AstheFrenchputitsoaptly
:"Lapluscechange,lapluscememe
chose"!
ADDENDA :
SPXRABriefings ;"KnowYourEnemy" ;"RedEmpire" ;"The
SupremeCourtasanInstrumentofGlobalConquest" .
THEPASTISPROLOGUE - 1 2 - . . . the MoreTheyStaytheSame
PartTwo
WhileSPXRAidentifiedtheEnemyasSovietcommunism,thatfactdoes
notinanywaydetractfromtheworktheydid . Inthe40s,50sand60s,
thepreponderanceofevidencevalidatedthatthesis .
InformationavailabletodaywhichindicatesthattheSovietsareas
muchcontrolledasthepuppets
they control,doesnotchangetherecordof
communistactivities
. Somehow,itseemstoplumbthedepthsofdepravity
evendeeper,toknowtheremaybehiddenpuppetmasters,pullingthe
communist strings .
TheEnemy,calledcommunismthen,stillexiststoday,stillpullsthe
strings,stillcontinuesitsinexorableadvancestowardthegoaldeclared
bythecommunistleaders
. ThatgoalisthesameonepursuedbyAdolph
Hitler . Itisthegoalofsocialistsofeveryhue,fromtheFabianstothe
InternationalWorkersoftheWorld(IWW)
. Like-mindedelitists,wishful
thinkers,collaboratorsandself-appointed'do-gooders'wrap itintheir
ownbrandofideology,butmarchtothesamedrummer .
TheInternationalcabaloffinanciersandmonopolycapitalistshave
thatsamegoal
. Fromtheevidence,thereisreasontobelievethatthese
arethe power
behindalltheothermovements .
Thefactsaboutthatgoalareasvalid,regardlessofthegerminal
source,whetheritbetheKremlin,TheCity in
London,BilderbergPalace,
theplushofficesoftheinternationalbankers,orthepanelledhallsof
theUnitedStatesStateDepartment
.
Communistlackeys,whetherskulkinginthebackalleysofPaloAlto,
'coiningoutoftheclosetinSanFrancisco,paradingredflagsthroughthe
StateCapitolofCalifornia,ormassedinthestreetsofTehran,havebeen,
andarenow,doingthejobsneededtoreachthatgoal
.
Noonehasidentifiedthosejobs,andplacedtheminglobal
perspective,betterthanSPXRA
. Noone(except,perhaps,thejunior
SenatorfromWisconsin)camecloser,inthe1 950s,toexposingthereal
puppetmasters,thanSPXRA,astheyrelatedtheinvolvementofofficial
departmentsofourgovernmenttotheactivationofSovietPrincipleTenin
thiscountry .
AsademonstrationofthedepthofSPXRAanalysis,letmeparaphrase
foryoutheclosingstatementsinthatfirstcourseoftheunfinished
quadrilogywhichSPXRApreparedin1 961
. Indoingthis,onlythedateis
changed(to1 989),andthenamesofsomeofthelocales
. Thisdemonstrates
theidenticstrategystillongoing .
"Ifyourstrategymapsareproperlyposted,youknowhow
gravelytheglobalsituationhasdeterioratedsincewebegan
thesebriefings .
"Thefirstquarterof1 988wastypicalofintangibleEnemy
gainsnotmeasuredbylandsconquered,orpopulationsenslaved,
butbypreparationandmaneuveringforsuchgainslater
.
"Thesepressures . . .
arenotentirelyexplainedbythefact
thatStateDepartmentforceswhichengineeredthefallof
NationalistChina,1 945-50,areagainincontrol
.
"Thereismoretoitthanthat
. Asdemonstratedbythe
farcicalSALTtalks,andproposedtreaty,Enemyisoperatingfrom
positionsofpowerandassurance .
"liecountshisgainseverywhere,notexceptingtheAmerican
zoneofPanama,andtheturmoilinanumberofSouthAmerican
II -3
countries ;
theleverageunderSouthAfricaanditsproWest
government
;theCubantroopsinAngola ;thepressuresinallof
Africa
;thetragicpreludetodisasterinIranandits
aftermath .
"Enemy'sgainsdonotendthere
. Heiswatching,with
satisfaction,StateDepartment'smovesintheFarEast,andthe
disbursementofhisvictimsinIndoChina
.
"Enemyisnowcertainhecanfinalizehisgoalatanytimeof
hischoosing
. HeisconfidentofthereactionfromtheAmerican
President . Itishisconvictionthat"BeKindtoMoscow"isthe
themeoftheAmericanExecutive,nomatterwholivesintheWhite
House . "
MayGodrestthesoulofCol
. TomHutton,whogavefullmeasureof
devotiontothecountryheloved,andsetanexampleofcourageand
objectivityandpatriotismwhichcanonlybenefitallwhotrulytreasure
individuallibertyandopposecommunismandallitshandmaidens,for
exposingthefraudulentpremisesonwhichitsgoalisbased
.
THEPASTISPROLOGUE -
1 3 -
TheCommunistMyth
Sporadicinvestigationsofradicalmovementsofeveryhueoccupied
officialbodiesintheUnitedStatesforoversixtyyears,reachingapeak
afterworldwar2
. Thevoluminoushearingsandreportswhichresultedhave
exposed'communist'theory,tacticsandstrategies,andcreatedan
indisputablerecordofperfidywhichalmostdefiesbelief
.
Whilelesserco-operatorsinthiscountryhavebeentheusualtargetof
suchhearings,occasionallylargerfishhavebeencaughtinthenetsof
committeeschargedwithprotectionofthesecurityoftheseUnitedStates
.
TheinvolvementofsuchluminariesasJamesT
. Shotwell,OwenLattimoreand
Algerbliss
in
thisofficialrecordofsubversionareindicatorsofahigher
levelofpowerandinfluencethanhaseverbeenofficiallydocumented,and
ofthepresumptionofacabalbehindthem,whichhasremaineduntouchedin
official
recordstothisday .
Generally,thoseinvestigationsacceptedthe'communist'movementasan
alienconspiracy,withglobalconquestasitsgoal,andtheirworkwas
limitedbythatconcept
. Threeinvestigatingbodiesinthe50swhich
attemptedtopursuethepossibilityofanAmericanconnectionof
substantiveimportancewithinthe"oneworld"movement,weresummarily
halted
. Thosemembersofsuchcommitteeswhoinsistedonfindinganswersto
thequestionsraised,wereviciouslyattacked,theirintegrityimpugned,
theirfundswithheld,andtheircareerseffectivelydestroyed
.
WhenAmerican citizens
attemptedtodothejobtheirrepresentatives
wereunabletocomplete,theviciousattackswereturnedon
them .
TheinfamousFulbright/ReutherMemorandakickedofftheofficial
beginningof"anti-anti-communist"governmentpolicy,whichbroughtanend
tolegislativecommitteesoninternalsecurity,andmarkedas"extremists"
-
irresponsibleandnotrespectable -
thosecitizensinvolvedin
researchingandreportingonthepower,influenceandextentofsubversive
activity
behind surfaceevents . (See(h . 1 7
. ,Pt . 2 )
Even
in
the2 0s,'communist'subversionwasanestablishedfact
in this
country
. ThevoluminousLuskReportoftheNewYorkStateLegislature
documentedthepenetrationofradicalsinto'government'positionsinthat
Statebefore1 92 0
. Itwasaraidonasecret'communist'tacticalmeeting
atBridgman,Michigan,inthemid2 Os,whichcatapultedJ
. EdgarHooverinto
hislongcareerasheadoftheFBI
.
Giventheacceptedthesisthatthatsubversionstemmedfrom,andwas
directedby,thepowerstructureintheKremlin,whichhadsubvertedthe
revoltagainsttheCzarinRussia,whatcouldpossiblyhavemotivatedthe
Rooseveltadministrationto"recognize"thecollectionofinhumanbrigands
inMoscowasthelegitimategovernmentofthatbenightedcountry?
Eveninthe2 0sand30s,theRussianpeoplewere"votingwiththeir
feet",aswavesofrefugeesbravedthedangersofapolicedborder,
desperatelytryingtoescapethemostcrueloppressionknownuntilthat
time
. ThereisnoconceivableexcusefortheAdministrationinWashington
nottohaveknownthattyrannywasofficialpolicy
in
theSovietUnion,and
thatagentsofthoseSoviettyrantswereactivelyengagedinsubversionin
thiscountry .
Thereisnorationalexplanationforbestowing"respectability"onthat
illegitimatehandofscofflawsbysuchrecognition,unlessonepositsthat
therewasalinkagebetweenthemandthesupereliteinthiscountry
.
Ithasbeenestablishedthattherewasinvolvementofthe'elite'
financiersintheUnitedStatesandLondon,
in theLeninistabortionofthe
Kerenskyrevolution .
Thegoalsof'communism',andthoseoftheEstablishmenthere,are
compatible
. Thestrategiesandtacticsofbothareinterchangeable . By
placingAmericanforeignpolicyintheframeofanintent,asacknowledged
bythethen-headoftheFordFoundationtoNormanDodd,Counselforthe
U . S
. SenateCommitteeinvestigatingthefoundations,to"somanagethe
affairsoftheUnitedStatesthatitcancomfortablybemergedwiththe
SovietUnion",itispossibletodiscernthelogicof"recognition" .
Giventhesefactors,andthatmutualgoal,thequestionmustbeasked,
"NowandwhenwerethegoalsoftheUnitedStateschanged -
andbywhom?"
Officially,theyneverwere . Factually,ithappenedintheearlypart
oftheTwentiethCentury,buttheAmericancitizenswerenotinformedof
it,untilDwightDavidEisenhower'sEliteCommitteewasgiventhetaskof
enunciatingtheNewGoalsforAmerica . (SeeCh
. 2 9)
ItwasinresponsetothoseunannouncedGoalsthatthisnationwas
programmedforthemanagedandcontrolledfutureplannedsolongago
.
OnlyafterthoseGoalswere inplace
couldthePlanning,Programming
andBudgetingSystem(PPBS)beactivated
. ThatSystemhasnowbeen
installedthroughoutthevariousgovernments -
Federal,State,Local,and,
ofcourse,intheschools
. Asof1 990,ThePPBSisalreadyoperationalon
amassivescale,withonlyacomparativefewruralareasyettobebrought
online .
Itisamootpointwhetheritscapabilityisnotalreadytooentrenched
inthis"battleforthemind",topermitareversal
. Thatcannotbe
determineduntilamajorattemptismadetoshortcircuitit
.
Timeisoftheessence
. Witheachpassingday,exponentialnumbersof
citizenssuccombtothissystematiccontrol
. Everyday,inroadsarebeing
madeintothosefewremainingnon-conformingenclavesofgovernment
.
Attemptstobringattentiontothistrulyvitalmovementintototal
controlarebeingsuccessfullydivertedinthesamewayamagiciandiverts
hisspectators - bycenteringattentiononunrelatedmovements
.
Internationally,theissueofthe"communistthreat",andits
multi-facetedactivities,withtheaddedconfusionofso-called
"democratic"movements
;thequietlyexecutederasureofthe
Canadian/Americanborder
;theproposalfora"buffer"onthe
Mexican/Americanborder
;thecontinuingfocusoncentral/American"unrest"
;
nationally,theNSC/Irangate
;thehydra-headedpoliticalissues,including
thequadrennial'election'
;thepayofftotheJapaneseinternees,the
~
. -~ 'travailsoftheAttorney-General,theprobesofelectedofficials,the
radicalchangesinSupremeCourtdecisions,theso-called"drugwar",and
onandon
;locally,theflamesoflong-burningissuesarefanned,ornew
issuesarewhippeduptodistractattentionfromtheinstallationof
computers,replacementof"outdated"accountingandbudgetingpractices,
hiringofsystems"experts",etc
.
Thehardrealityofaclearandpresentdangerisobfuscatedbythe
lingering"threat"ofthecommunistmyth
.
THEMYTHSOFCOMMUNISM
- 1 4 -
M-o-n-e-y&Conspiracy
Theworldinwhichfinanciers,bankers,accountantsandtaxprotestors
moveanddotheirthing,isaforeigncountrytome
.
It'snotthatIhaven'ttriedtounderstand,northatIdon'trecognize
thecrucialroleof'legaltender'insuchmattersasIDOunderstand,such
asconspiracy,treason,andsuchlikelibertiesofsin
. Idoknowthatthe
loveofmoney,andthepoweritbrings,areattherootofallour
troubles
.
ButIgetlostinthemazeofsemanticswhichsurroundthem-o-n-e-y
issue,soIdon'twriteaboutthatareaoftheproblemsbesettingmankind
usually
. Ieventrynottothinkaboutit
.
Despitemyblindspot,Iamabouttomakeanexception(forcause,as
youwillsee) .
Possiblythefirstexperttotrytoexplainforsuchasme,togetus
topryopenthemoney-made-mysteriousconundrum,andfindthehoaxinside,
wasoneW . H
. Harvey,whocreated"Coin'sFinancialSchool",afictitious
establishment,backin1 894
. Harveydedicatedhis'school'tothecauseof
makingm-o-n-e-yUNmysterious
.
Itisnotmyintentheretodiscusshisbooksonfinanceandrelated
matters,whichIhaveread,buttoreportononeIhaven'tread
. Ifthere
areanycopiesaroundtoday,theymustbebeyondprice
.
Thissubjectbookisalsoaboutm-o-n-e-y,butits
main themeisthe
relationofmoneyto " . . . a
giganticconspiracy,internationalinscope,
conductedwithvastresources,indomitableinpurposeanddaring,and
resulting .
. ,inendstowardwhichthedestructionofthepeople'smoneywas
butaninitialstep . .
. "(QuotefromareviewbytheChicagoTimes,included
asasupplementinCoin'sFinancialSchool"UpToDate",1 895
. )
Now,asIsaid,"conspiracy"IDOunderstand
. MrHarveyapparently
did,too
. Hemusthavehadsomeinklingofsuspicionthathis"TheTaleof
TwoNations"(TheBookinquestion)mightbeconsignedtothenon-book
department,evenashewroteit,forhetooktheunusualstepsofincluding
theTimesreviewofitinoneofhism-o-n-e-ybooks,andinsertingtwo
chaptersofTheTaleinanother!
TheTimesreviewnotesthat,whileTheTaleisa"romance",someofthe
charactersinitare(were)realpeople,andsomeoftheeventsreally
occurred
. Theauthorinextricablytangledfacttogetherwithfiction,and
eventhinlydisguisedsomeoftherealpeople,soastomakethemappear
fictional .
Someof my
contemporarieswillbeconvinced(asIam)thattherewas
evenlessfictioninTheTalethanwasnotedbytheTimesreviewer
. I'm
surethatthefollowingselectedquoteswillmakethepoint
:
"TwobankersandfinancialoperatorsmetinLondonone
evening . . . BaronRothe,thehost,wasaportly,well-fed,brainy
diplomatandfinancier .
.
. Hisguest,SirWilliamT . Cline,
likehimself,wasverywealthy . . . Bothbelievedinthepower
ofmoney . . . "
TheBaronbegan
:
"Iwishtotalkwithyou
. . . aboutsomethingbigger . . . than
eitherofus,orallofustogether,haveeverundertaken
. . . For
morethanayear . . . Ihavebeentryingtosatisfymyselfasto
theeffectasinglestandardofmoneywouldhave,ifadoptedby
thewholeworld . .
. Iknownowexactlywhattheresultwouldbe,
andthat itisfeasible
. . . "
Atthatpoint,thetwowentintoalengthydiscussionaboutsilverand
gold,bimetalism,andlegaltender-
suchthingsasyourpoorscribecannot
discuss
. TheBaronwoundupwiththestatementthat,unlesshercoursewere
altered,theUnitedStateswouldsupplanttheBritishEmpireasthe
creditornationoftheworld,
andwindup"richerthanallEurope"
. He
saidthePlanhehaddevisedwoulddestroythatpotential
;that,by
demonetizingtheU
. S
. currency,therestofhisgoalswouldberealized
.
Thesecondchapterbeginswithmorediscussionaboutm-o-n-e-ytheory,
butquicklyturnstothemechanicsofstrategyandtacticsforactivating
ThePlan
. andthat'swheretheplotthickens .
SirWilliamprotestedthattheYankeesweretoosmarttoallowsuch
manipulation,buttheBaronsmuglyreplied :
"Thisisaoneman'sworld . ONEMANontheFinanceCommittee
intheSenate,andONEMANonthesameCommitteeintheHouse,
andonehundredthousandpounds,andthejobisdone"
.
Again,SirWilliamprotested,
"Ithinkyouhaveunderestimatedtheintegrityandsagacity
oftheAmericanCongress
. Thepropositionwillbecombatted,and
itwillraiseastormthroughouttheRepublic,andyouragents
willbepowerless
. "
TheBaronpatientlydealtwiththisremonstrance :
"Butyoudonotunderstandtheconditions
. . . . A Billcanbe
presentedtoreformthecoinagelaws . . . . Thisbill, onitsface,
wouldNOTdemonetizesilver,but asenrolled, itwould . . . The
interdelineationofaline,orthechangingofaword,andthe
Bill, asfinallyrecorded, wouldbeaswedesireit . Idoubt
whetheritwouldbecomeknownforseveralyears . . . "
Again,SirWilliaminterposedanobjection :
"Yes,butwhentheyDOdiscoverit,acrywillgoup,and
repealwillbeinevitable . Thepublicwill . . . "
TheBaroninterrupted :
"Thepublicbedamned!OnceENACTEDintolaw,itCANBE
MAINTAINED . EverymoneylenderandbankerinAmericawill
arraignhimselfonthesideofthenewlaw . . . Moneyhasno
patriotism . Thecombinedwealth in theUnitedStateswill
supportthelaw-they
will notseethegeneralwreckand
bankruptcythat
will ultimatelycome,pullingmostofthemdown
with it . . .
"TorepealthelawwouldrequireBOTHHouses,ANDthe
President . . . YoucanriskourfriendsinWallStreettotakecare
ofoneofthosethree . . .
1
SirWilliam,Iwouldnotundertakeit,wereInotsosureof
thewoefulignoranceofthemasses(alas!yourpooreditor!)on
thesubjectofmoney .
II-8
"Whentheeffectsof(ourPlan)setin,theywillactlikea
nestofrattlesnakesindogdays . .
. theywillwriggleandtwist
andbiteeachother
. Theywilllayitoneverythingbuttheright
thing . . .
"ITWILLESTABLISHTWOCLASSES
- THERICHANDTHEPOOR . THE
FIRSTTOENJOYTHISWORLD,ANDTHEOTHERTOLIVEBYWAITINGON
THEFIRST
. Wemustcrushtheirmanhoodandindependenceby
makingthempoor -
theythenmakegoodservantsandgentle
citizens . "
Inthatstatementisthekernelofthegoaloftheconspiracywhichhas
devastatedthiscountryinfact -
writtenalmosttwentyyearsbeforethis
Planwasmadeoperativein1 91 3!
Later,theBarontoldhowhewouldprotecttheco-conspiratorsinthe
AmericanCongress :
"WhenCongressisabouttoadjourn,thingsaredoneina
greatrush . Inrareinstances,billsarevotedon withoutbeing
read - anexplanationbeingaccepted(instead) . . . Itisusualto
grantaMembertherighttohavehisspeechprintedinthe
Record, withouteverhavingdeliveredit . Inthisway,wewill
havenotroubleinshowing afterward thattheBill,aspassed,
wasexplainedtobejustwhatit was . . . "
NowIaskyou,gentlereaderwhounderstandsm-o-n-e-y,wasthatwhat
"happened"inDecember,1 91 3,whenamajorityof a minorityofCongress
approved"theAldrichPlan",andpassedtheFederalReserveAct?
(Allemphasesadded-ed)
Addedum :
Shortlyafterthischapterwaspublishedasaregularcolumn,
Ireceivedapackageinthemailinaplainwrapper,withmyname
asreturneeaswellasaddressee . InitwasapaperbackcopyDf
"TheTaleofTwoNations" . NowthatIhavereadit,Iwouldn't
changeawordofthecontentofthischapter .
THEMYTHSOFCOMMUNISM
- 1 5 -
OperationAbolition

TherewerefourdaysinMayin1 960whenthecitizensofthiscountry
mighthavereceivedvitalinformationnecessarytomountacampaignagainst
thecommunist/socialistadvanceswhich,eventhen,werecausingdisruption
ofthesocial,politicalandeconomicfunctionsofoursociety
.
Theopportunitytolearnofsomeoftheforcesandprogramswhichwere
taking
. thisnationfurtherandfurtherfromtheAmericanbirthright,came
inSanFrancisco
. TheHouseCommitteeonUnAmericanActivities(HCUA)was
lookingintothefunctioningoftheCommunnistParty(CPUSA)invarious
areasofthiscountry,andwasholdingaHearingontheNorthernCalifornia
unitoftheCP .
WhilesomedoubtsarejustifiedaboutthetruenatureofSoviet
communism,thereisnoroomforquestionastothethreattointernal
securityofthisnationembodiedintheCPUSAunitoftheCommunist
International(Comlntern) .
The"comrades"whometunderdisciplineinsecretcellsinvarious
areasofthiscountry,tookdirectionfromacentralauthority,andplotted
againstAmericaninterests,wereveryreal . So,too,werethoseindividuals
called"sleepers"
. Sleeperswerecommunistsunderdisciplinewhonever
carriedcards,paiddues,attendedcommunistmeetings,noropenlysupported
identifiablycommunistcauses
. Thesewereinstructedtostayundercover,
untilatimeof'need',whentheir'respectability'couldbeusedtoserve
theCause
. Aidedandabettedbythemassnewsmedia,andusingthe
ConstitutionalguaranteesintheBillofRightstoprotecttheirsabotage,
thesededicateddomesticrevolutionariesfunctionedasafifthcolumn,
withinthesocietytheyintendedtodestroy .
Itwastheevidenceofthisfifthcolumnwhichpromptedacomprehensive
investigationbytheHouseCommitteein1 959 . Throughoutthewinter,the
Committeehadheldhearingsinmajorcentersaroundthecountry,wherever
therewasevidenceofcommunistpenetration,andSanFranciscowasa
fittingenvironmentforthefinale,becausetherewasaplethoraof
evidencetosuggestheavypenetrationbytheNorthernCaliforniaDistrict
CP .
Underorders,communistcadresplacedasmokescreenaroundCityHallin
SanFranciscothatMay,andeffectivelyhidtheimportanceofthose
Hearingsfrompublicview
.
Communist-ledriotsbystudentsfromtheCaliforniaStateUniversityat
Berkeleybecamethecentralfocusofthemediaduringthosecriticaldays,
andAmericanpatriotswereseducedintoapositionofdefenseofthe
Committeeandthelocalpolice,insteadoflearningwhatwentoninside
Cit ,rHall .
Asaresult,whilemanycitizensrememberedtheriots,andthepolice
turningfirehosesonthe'students',washingthembodilydownthestairs
ofCityHall,few,indeed,couldtellwhythoseHearingswereheld,orwhat
importancetheyhad .
"OperationAbolition"(so-designatedbytheCommunistParty)wasa
concertedeffortoftheCPUSAtodestroythesecurityagenciesofthis
government,andtargetonewastheHouseCommittee . Thiswasayearbefore
ReuherandFulbrightissuedtheirMemoranda(whichwillbediscussed
late-) .
CheSanFranciscoHearingsbroughtadualsuccesstotheCommunists,
for,whilehelpingtoattacktheHCUA,theriotsalsocloudedtheissueof
theCommuniststrategyplannedforOperationAbolitionofourlegal
government .
KarlPrussionwasaprincipalwitnesscalledto"surface"bythe
CommitteetomakehispersonalwitnessofCPactivityinNorthern
Californiapublic,butofequalimportancewasa'silentwitness'
- the
officialdocumentsoftheproceedingsofthe1 7 thConventionoftheCPUSA,
whichweresubmittedinevidenceattheHearing
. Thosedocumentslaidout
theCPUSAplansfortheirfutureactioninthiscountry
. HadtheCPUSA
programreceivedtheattentionitdeserved,atthattime,thehistoryof
theinterveningyearssincecouldwellhavebeendifferent
.
Inhistestimony,Prussion(acard-carryingCPmemberfor2 6years,1 2
ofthemasanundercoveragentfortheFBI)describedfromhisown
experiencesincommunistcellsinNorthernCalifornia,andparticularlyin
PaloAlto,theactualworkingsoftheCPinlocalareas,throughParty
functionaries .
Tietoldofcommunistpenetrationofcivicgroups,political
organizationsandeducational,socialandbusinessinstitutions,andCP
abilitytomovesuchgroupstowardcommunistgoals
.
HedescribedtheCPdirectivesforPartymemberstomoveintothemajor
politicalparties(especiallytheDemocraticParty),andtoldhowthey
shouldfunctionthere,supporting"forward-looking"candidates(read,
"communist-supporting"),andsettingthegoalsofthepoliticalclubsto
furthercommunistends
.
Iletestifiedaboutthose"secret"communists,whoarenotpartofthe
regularPartyapparatus,butwhowork,wherevertheyare,forPartygoals
.
These,saidPrussion,are"usuallyadoctor,alawyer,apoliticalofficer,
orinsomeotherprofessionalfield"
.
Prussion'stestimony,takeninconjunctionwiththeConvention
documents,showsclearlyhowandwhythiscountryhasarrivedatits
presentprecariousposition
.
Foritwasatthat1 7 thConventionthattheCPUSAcommitteditselfto
workwithintheframeworkofourConstitutionalgovernmenttoachievetheir
socialistgoal
. Insodoing,theywererespondingtotheCallissuedby
NikitaKhruschevtothe2 0thCongressoftheCentralCommitteeofthe
CPUSSRin1 956
. ThatCallwasforworldcommunismtocreatetheconditions
intargetcountries,bywhichitwouldbepossibletotakethemto
"socialism"byparliamentarymeans
. Itwasthroughthisverystrategythat
theCommuniststookoverCzechoslovakia"withoutashotbeingfired"
.
Theparliamentaryroadtosocialismwasnotnew
. TheFabian
strategistshaddevelopedsophisticatedtechniqueswhichwereused
successfullyinEngland,andwerebroughttothiscountrybycrusading
socialistslongyearsago
. Joinedbyotherleftistorganizationswithno
knownconnectionwitheithertheFabiansortheCP,aUnitedFrontwas
formedtoassuresuccess .
TheCPUSAdocumentspresentedtoHCUAinSanFranciscocalledfor
"workingclassrule"(read,"electionofcommunists")inthelegislatures
atfederal,stateandlocallevels,toextendtheirpowerwithinthe
government .
ItwasalsoatthatConvention,thattheCPUSAdeclaredtheirintention
toforma"transitionalgovernment",buildingtheframeworkoftheirbrand
ofsocialismWITHINTHEEXISTINGSYSTEM,bysociallegislation,andby
changesinthesystem,itself
. Thatframeworkisnowinplace
. Itisknown
todayas"regionalism" .
TheConventioncalledforanumberofspecificprograms,manyofwhich
arealsofaitaccompli .
Mostimportantwastherefrainrunningallthroughtheirprogram,of
thetakeoverofrepresentativebodiesthroughthepoliticalprocess
. That
thishasbeeneminentlysuccessfulisdemonstratedbytheincreasing
evidenceofaCongressunresponsivetothecitizens
;byStatelegislatures
workingtheirwilldespitecitizenprotest
;andbylocalofficials
subservientlyacquiescinginsocialprogramsimposedfromabove .
Theutterfutilityofappealingto'representatives'whoseloyalties
arealreadyassignedtoanothergoal,mustbeobvious . Howcancitizens
EXPECTredressofgrievances,fromideologuesdedicatedtothecauseofthe
difficulty?
Thehandwritingisonthewall . ItisnottoolateforAmericansto
turnthissituationaround,butitwillnotbedonewithoutattackingthe
problematthesource .
"OperationRestoration"mustbeginbyreplacingthoselegislatorsat
everylevelwhohavecontributedknowinglytoOperationAbolition ;,with
localcitizens,whosesupportofAmericanprinciplesisagiven
. Those
legislatorswhohave"gonealongtogetalong"mustbeshowntheerrorof
theirways .
InformingthosewhoaresupportingtheprogramsoftheCPUSAs
"transitionalgovernment"(whetherdeliberatelyorthroughignoranceofthe
goalsand/orobjectivesofthat"overlay"government),thatsuchaction
willnolongerbetolerated,isamust .
Addenda :
SeeFICUAHearings,"NorthernCaliforniaDistrict,CPUSA"May1 960
RecommendedReading :
"AndNotaShotisFired"JanKozak,LongHousePublishing,1 962
THEMYTHSOFCOMMUNISM - 1 6

TwoWorldsforOne
WhenKarlPrussionsurfacedattheHCUAHearinginSanFrancisco,after
spendingmostofhisadultlifeintheshadowworldoccupiedbycommunists
inthiscountry,helearnedsomethingtoolittleknown
. Henotedthat,in
thedarkworldoftheCPUSA,therewasnoknowledgeofanevendarkerworld
ofinfluence,behindcommunism .
LikeallwhoservetheComintern,hehadthoughtthepushforoneworld
stemmedfromtheKremlin
. OncefreeofcommunistdisciplineandhisFBI
obligation,hebegantorecognizeahiddenhand,evenmorepowerfulthan
thePolitboro,operatinginsidetheseUnitedStates
. This,hesaid,he
foundexemplifiedintheCouncilonForeignRelations(CFR) .
Surfacing,ashedid,beforetheHouseCommitteeonUnAmerican
ActivitiesinSanFrancisco,Prussionwasconcernedthatthecommunist-led
efforttoabolishsecurityagencieswouldsucceed,andhefeltcontinued
oversightofthecommunistmovementbyofficialbodiesinthegovernment,
wasessentialtooursecurity .
Andyet,onemayquestiontheeffectivenessofthoseinvestigations
.
Certainly,today,thecomplexionofCongresswouldalmostbeaguaranteeof
non-productivehearings .
Returning,atthislatedate,tomustyreportsoftheCommittee,and
itscounterpartintheSenate,oneisstruckbyanincompletenessinthem .
WeretheMembersawareofthatotherworldbehindcommunism?Ifso,itis
notapparentintheirrecords .
Oneisledtowonderwhethertheemphasisofthoseinvestigationswas
somehowdeliberatelykeptoncommunism,topreventprematuredisclosureof
themanyparallelsbetweenitandtheinvisiblegroupswhoseemtocontrol
boththeKremlinandthegovernmentoftheUnitedStates . Theonly
investigationswhichbegantoreachoutintothatdarkerworldwere
abruptlyterminatedbymeansofanumberofassortedstrategies .
Solongascommunismwastheonlyconcern,onlycommunistsandtheir
sympathizersmadewavesaboutinvestigations . Whenthoseprobeswent
beyondcommunism,adelugeofvituperationpouredfromthehighestlevels
ofourgovernment -
andevenoriginatedwithintheCommittees,themselves .
Theevidenceoftheinfluenceofthisdarkerworld,inthosetimes,was
almostintangible
. Itexistedmainlyinsuchareasasthe"recognition"of
theSovietUnion
;in"cultural"exchanges ;andinsuccessive
administrationshereconstantlysupplyingtheSovietswitheverythingthey
neededtoremainathreattoour"security" . Thechancesofthis'just
happening'areastronomical
.
Thishasvitalsignificance,andnowheremoresothanineducation .
AugustinRudd,longtimeheadoftheSonsoftheAmericanRevolution,
alsoheadedanearlygroupofconcernedcitizens,formedtoprotestthe
"BuildingAmerica"seriesoftextbookswhichwereplacedinAmerican
schoolsinthethirties
. Inhisbook,"BendingtheTwig"(1 940),which
resultedfromtheresearchhedidtopreparethecaseagainstthetexts,
RudddocumentedSovietmanipulationofeducationafterthecoupsin
Russia .
AccordingtoRudd,Sovietinterventionsineducationincluded
destructionoftheformermethods
ofinstruction,andreplacementofthem
by"progressiveeducation"(spawnedintheUnitedStatesbycomsympJohn
DeweyandhiscoterieoffellowsocialistsatColumbiaUniversity) . The
resultwasagenerationofSovietyouthwhich,whentheyleftschool,could
notread,write,orcipher . Juveniledelinquencybecameamajorproblemin
theSovietUnion,andtherewerebandsofnon-productiveyoungpeople
roamingthesteppes,robbing,lootingandusingviolenceagainstanywho
gotintheirway
.
AfterthatgenerationofRussianchildrenhadbeenthoroughlyperverted
bythissystem,theSovietschoolswerereturnedto"traditionaleducation"
-
butcompletelycontrolledbytheState,andnolongerdesignedtoproduce
individualswhocouldthinkforthemselves
. Theynowproducedthevaunted
"Sovietman" .
AsSovietschoolsbecamemodelsforproduction-lineindoctrination,
Americaneducators(someofthemtrained
in
Moscow)begantodirect
Americanschoolsintothesystemwhichhadprovencapabilityfordestroying
nationalcultureandheritage,throughconditioningthemindsofthe
children .
WhenAmericanchildrenhadbeenleddownthesamepath,forthesame
purposeasintheSovietUnion(butforTHISNATION),thepowersthatbe
herebegantopreparethetransitionbackto"traditionaleducation"
-
withadifferencefromOURtradition,butnonefromthatapplied
in the
SovietUnion .
ThemindcontroltechniquesofPavlov,mademoreeffectivethroughthe
useofcomputers,werenowreadytoturnAmericanchildrenintocompliant
"Citizensforthe2 1 stCentury"
.
Thisbeingagiven,itisincharacterfortheadministrationin
WashingtonwhichidentifiedtheSovietUnionasan"evilempire",tobegin
"exchanging"ourchildrenandtheirs,ourteachersandtheirs
.
Ithastakenlongerhere,thanitdidinRussia,tocreateageneration
unabletoreadandwrite,oradjusttoadulthood,mainlybecauseofour
diversifiedculture
. Itwasn'tpossibletoturnAmericaovernightintoa
policestate,aswasdoneinRussia
. Itwasn'tpossible,here,tomurder
millionsofpeople,and,insodoing,"eradicatethepoisonousinfluence"
oftheoldergeneration**
. Itwasn'tpossible,here,tophysicallydestroy
thosewithleadershipqualities -
theircapabilitieshadtobedestroyed
in
otherways
. LikeJosephMcCarthy . Andotherswewillname
.
Thepointintimehasnowbeenreachedwhenanythingispossible
. The
transitionhasbegun
.
THE"ONEPARTY"CONTROLLEDECONOMICPLANNINGSYSTEMISAFACTOFLIFE
HERE,NOW
. ItoperatesthroughAmerican'soviets'designedbyagentsof
the"1 31 3"planningconglomerate,andknownas"CouncilsofGovernments"
.
Thecontrolsystemisalsoinplace,alreadyinstalledintheeducation
system,beingf
. nallizednowinallgovernment,operationalthroughthe
regionalplanningstructure .
Oldercitizens,whoknewthewayAmericaoncewasgoverned,havebeen
isolatedbymeansofacontrived"generationgap"
. Theyears,too,have
takentheirtoll„assurelyandinexorablyastheSovietmurderers,
althoughnotsoswiftly
. Manywhorecognizedthesechangesandresisted,
arenowgone,'~ ortoooldtobeactive
.
Themachineryforthecentrallycontrolledpolicestateisinplace,
andouronce-proud"thinblueline"
- ourlocalpolice - hasbeen
conditionedtocontrolthecitizenstheywerehiredtoprotect,shouldany
besoboldastostartacounterinsurgencymovement,whentheylearnthe
truthabouttheir"government" .
Representativegovernmentatanylevelisnolongeraconstrainton
thisrevolution,aathoseelectedtoCongressvotefor"revenuesharing",
andpresentirncumbentsinlocaloffices(withoutregardtoPartyor
promise)grabfor'federalfunds',andacceptthecontrolswhichaccompany
them .
Onlythegrassrootsremainasathreattothefinallizationofthe
Elitist"impossibledream"
. Butthoserootsarestirring,andevidenceof
theirstrengthisabundant
. Theymayyetdemonstratetheirabilityto
stranglethedespoilerswhowouldmakebarrenourlandandremoveforever
thelastbastionofhopeforaworldwhereeverymancanreachhisown
potential .
Itcanbedone,butthereisonefundamentalnecessity .
TherearenotenoughAmericansYET,whoknowthatitneedsdoing!
ThosewhoDOknowhavetheirworkcutoutforthem!
RecommendedReading :
TheWilliamAlansonWhite"LecturesonMentalHealth",Brock
Chisholm,"EnduringPeaceandSocialProgress" -
1 945
"BendingtheTwig",AugustinRudd, S . A
. R . , N . Y . Chapter,
1 957
Addendum :
"Comsymp" - communistsympathizer
THEMYTHSOFCOMMUNISM
- 1 7
-
JosephRaymondMcCarthy
PartOne
( 1 908
- 1 957
)
"Whostealsmypursestealstrash
"'Tissomething,nothing
-
"'Twasmine,'tishis,
"Andhasbeenslavetothousands
.
"Buthewhofilchesfrommemygoodname
"Robsmeofthatwhichenricheshimnot,
"Andmakesmepoor,indeed
. "
(Shylock
- MerchantofVenice)
Theoldestchildbornafterworldwar2 wouldbe45yearsofagein
1 990 .
Honeofthese"postwarbabies"or,astheyhavecometobecalled,
"BabyBoomers",couldhavehadanyawarenessofthecareerofSenatorJoe
McCarthyatthetimeheservedthem
in
Congress,yetallofthemprobably
knowhisname
.
Mostcitizenstodayprobablyequatethatnamewith"evil",andaccept
themodificationof"McCarthyism"
. Few,
in allprobability,havefound
reasontogototherecord,anddiscoverforthemselveswhat'McCarthyism'
wasallabout
. Weretheytodoso,theywouldassuredlybepuzzled
.
Thosewhowouldseekouttherecordmightbeinclinedtoponderhow
theirworldwouldhavebeen,hadJoeMccarthy'sfindings,asChairmanof
theSenatePermanentSubCommitteeonInvestigationoftheExecutive
Departmentreceivedcontinuingexamination
. Hadthosefindingsbeengiven
thecarefulconsiderationtheydeserved,thereisnowaytoknow,now,
wheretheywouldhaveled
.
Aseekerfortruthmightquestionwhymanyofthemenwhowere
responsible(asMcCarthywas)forthesecurityofthisnation,turnedon
him,andhelpedtohoundhimtoanearlygrave,whilethosewhomhewas
chargedtoinvestigatecontinuedoninpositionsofpowerandinfluence
.
Tostudentsofsubversivemovements,
itis aknownfactthat,
in this
totalwaragainstestabllishedinstitutions,littleeffortiseverexpended
ondenyingchargesagainstcollaboratorsorcooperatorsinthatsubversion
.
Instead,theancienttacticof"Ifyoudon'tlikethemessage,killthe
messengerisactivated
. Thefullforceoftacticalwarfareisbroughtto
bearonthosewhoexposespecificsubversiveacts,orspecificsubversive
individuals,anditisimpossibletopinpointthesourceofthevolleys
.
NoonewasmoreawareofthisthanthejuniorSenatorfromWisconsin
.
Duringworldwar2 ,asanairforceofficer,hehadbeentrainedin
"Intelligence",andhehadcommentedonthistacticbeforehe,himself,
becanethe"messenger" .
Whenhewaswarnedbyanaidethatitwasn'tpoliticallyexpedientto
publiclyexposethoseinhighplaceswhosecoattailsweretainted,the
Senatorreplied,"Look,thatisoneargumentIneverwanttohearagain
. . .
Theluestionisnotwhetheritisgoodfor
me,
orbadforme,butwhether
iti, ; rightorwrong,
asthatistheonlythingthatmatterstomeinmy
life,"
OerhapsthatonestatementsumsupthecharacterandstrengthofJoe
McCarthy,morethanallthewordseverusedinallthetalkabouthim,pro
orton .
l'orJoeMcCarthywasaman
. Hisfondestadmirersmightnotcallhima
"gentleman",butevenhisworstenemiesadmittedthestrengthofhis
character .
Hewasaman,andanAmerican . Andastrangethinghappenedafterhis
death .
Thisman,thisSenator,this American, who, in life,hadbeenthe
targetofthemostvicious unjustifiable verbalattackeverrecorded
againstahumanbeing,wasgivena"StateFuneral",withallthatthat
implies . HiscasketwascarriedintothesameChamberwhere,soshorta
timebefore,hiscolleagueshadvotedtocensurehim .
There,ontheFlooroftheUnitedStatesSenate,thememorialservice
washeldforthisman,whosolovedhisGod,hisCountry,andhishonor,
thathecouldnotturnhisbackonanyofthem - noteventosavehimself .
Thiswasararetribute,thisStateFuneral . AmajorityoftheSenate
hadtoapprovesuchaservice . Ithadbeenseventeenyears,atthetimeof
McCarthy'sdeath,sinceanySenatorhadbeensohonored . ManySenatorswho
joinedintheattackonMcCarthy,havegonetotheirfinaljudgementsince
thatday . Notoneofthemreceivedthistribute .
JoeMcCarthylovedhisCountry . Hevolunteeredtoserveitinworld
war2 ,andvolunteeredagain,when,asaUnitedStatesSenator,hesawit
endangeredagain
. Neithertimewasheeverknowntogiveaninchtothe
enemy .
Allthe30monthsheservedintheacknowledgedwarwerein
Intelligence,whichundoubtedlypreparedhimforthejobhefound
necessary,whenhebecameChairmanoftheCommitteechargedwith
investigatingtheExecutiveBranchofthegovernment .
Intheacknowledgedwar,JoeMcCarthyearnedaDistinguishedFlying
CrossandfiveAirMedals . Intheunrecognizedwar,shameandabusewere
heapedonhimwhilehelived,and,exceptforthatshorttimeafterhis
deathwhenhereceivedthehighesthonortheSenatecouldbestow,hehas
notbeenpermittedtorestinpeace
Hisenemiescontinuetokickhiscoffin,asthoughtoassurethemselves
thatthespiritofJoeMcCarthyshallnotriseagain .
Afterthe"shivering,quakingpatriots" in
theSenate - whowouldnot
standbyhimwhenheneededthem-
proclaimedhimindeaththeherothathe
was,itbecameveryapparentthattheymighthavecreatedamartyrdomfor
JoeMcCarthy,makingofhim,indeath
;therallyingpointwhichhadbeen
forstalled,whileyethelivedbythesmokescreenofvituperation . Sothe
attacksbeganagain,andtheycontinuetothisday
.
Theepithet'McCarthyism',coinedbythecommunistsinthiscountry,
hasfounditswayintothehistorybooks,thedictionaries,the,textbooks,
andthemindsofsucceedinggenerationsofAmericans
.
Thesizeableblackboundvolume,privatelyprinted,whichcontainsthe
eulogiesgivenattheSenatefuneralserviceforthisindomitablefighter,
shouldbeontheshelvesofeveryschoollibrary,forstudentstousein
comparisonwiththeirhistorybooks
. There,initspages,inthewordsof
hiscolleaguesintheSenate,bothfriendandfoe,"P-icCarthyism"glows
throughinitsreality -
astheepitomeofpatriotism .
Recommended
:
MEMORIALSERVICES,RemarkspresentedinEulogy of Joseph
RaymondMcCarthy -
Publ :NationalWeekly,Inc . 1 959(These
RemarkswereculledfromthepagesoftheCongressionalRecord,
andmaystillbefoundthere) .
THEMYTHSOFCOMMUNISM -
1 7 -
JosephRaymondMcCarthy
PartTwo
TheExorcists
Eachyearsince1 957 ,aroundtheIdesofMarch,thecurtaingoesupona
roundofweirdrituals
. FewAmericansrecognizesignificanceinthe
sequenceofevents -
if,indeed,theyconsciouslyrealizearelationshipin
them
. Butsignificanceexists
. Itissubliminalinnature,butthese
ritualsservetokeeptheAmericanpeoplealerttowhathappenstothose
who,likeJoeMcCarthy,refusetocompromisewithevil
.
Theritesbeginwithsaturationreportingbythemediaofarashof
'rightwingextremist'or'terrorist'activities,whichrangefrom'racist'
incidents,throughpseudo-nazieruptionsorconfrontations,tothe
resurrectionofsomedodderingoldman,identifiedasaformeragentof
Hitler
. Hauledfromobscurityinsomestrangehalfworldwherehehas
managedtoeludedetectionthroughtheyears,this'criminal'isthen
exhibitedatashowtrial,foratrocitiesallegedlycommittedhalfacentury
before .
Alloftheseincidentsleadtotheannualgravekickingceremonies,
culminatingonMaysecond(theanniversaryofthedeathofonewhohasbeen
madetoappeartheepitomeof'rightwingextremism' .
ItisvitalthatAmericansrecognizethiscampaignforwhatitis
-a
classicexampleofmassbrainwashingandmindchanging
.
MinimalresearchintoMcCarthy'scareerdisprovesthe"facts"abouthim
whichhavebeenemplantedinthepublicmind . Thecreaturecalled"Joe
McCarthy"todayistheequivalentofavoodoodoll,createdtoserveasan
effigy,bymeansofwhichthedartsofhatecanbeaimedatthevitalsof
everypatriotboldenoughtowalkinMcCarthy'spath .
Thegravekickerswhoannuallyperformthisritualaredeterminedto
destroythelastvestigeofthatinnatespiritinMcCarthysuchasprompted
thepoet'squestion :"Breathesthereaman,withsoulsodead,whoneverto
himselfhassaid,'Thisismyown,mynative,land'?"

Forthem,that
spiritmustbeexorcised,topermitthefinallizationoftheNew
InternationalEconomicOrder(NIEO)withitsendtonationhood .
Solongasthereisatraceofthatloveofcountryleftintheheart
ofAmericans,thepossibilityexistsofzealousdevotiontoapriceless
heritagepromptinganeffectivecounterforcetotherevolution . That
thoughtsowsseedsofterrorintheranksoftherevolutionaries .
Howeffectivethisbrainwashingcampaignhasbeencannotbefully
realized,untilthepagesoftimeareturnedback,andthetemperofthe
forcesonbothsidesofthepoliticalspectrumareexamined . Soletus
turnback,tothepointintimewhensupportofthispsychopolitical
strategywas officially incorporatedintoadministrativepolicyofthe
UnitedStatesgovernment .
Itwas1 961 . JohnKennedywasintheWhiteHouse . RobertStrange
McNamarahadmovedbackintothePentagon,wherehewasslippinga
managementandcontrolsystemintotheDepartmentofDefense,"likea
torpedointoatube",asRoseMartin(talentedauthorof"FabianFreeway")
describedit
. GeneralEdwinWalkerhadbeencashieredoutoftheArmyfor
implementing ;anadministrationdirectivetotraintroopsunderhiscommand
inthevirtiesoftheirgovernmentandinthestrategiesofpsychological
warfare(psywar),toprotectAmerica'ssonsfromanother"Korea" .
OnthesecondofAugust,SenatorStromThurmonddroppedabombonthe
flooroftheSenate,whichrockedtheShipofState
. Heenteredintothe
CongressionalRecordthetextofasecretmemorandum,whichhadbeengiven
onlytotheResidentoftheWhiteHouse,andtotheSecretaryofDefense
.
Somehow,ithadbeenpartially'leaked'totheWashingtonPostandtheNew
YorkTimes,andtheSenatordidnotrestuntilheobtainedacomplete
copy .
ThecontentofthatMemorandumgaveAmericanstheirfirstintimation
that"we,thepeople"wereconsidered,byatleastasegmentof
officialdom,as"theenemy" .
Thatsecretdocumentbecameknownas"TheFulbrightMemorandum",after
theSenatorwhofinallyadmittedauthorship
. Itwasbasedonthepremise
that :
"Inthelongrun,itisquitepossiblethattheprinciple
problemofleadership(inthe U . S . A . )willbe,if itisnot
already, torestrainthedesireofthepeople tohitthe
communistswitheverythingwe'vegot,particularly
if thereare
moreCuba'sandLaos' . "
WithVietnamalreadyonthebackburnerin1 961 ,theadministration
movedquicklytoimplementtherecommendations in theMemorandum,which
dealtmainlywiththeinvolvementofthemilitary in "coldwar
informationalactivity",rousingthepublic"tothemenaceofthecold
war",resultinginpublicoppositiontobothforeignanddomestic
administrationpolicies .
TheMemorandumnotedthattheadministration'ssociallegislationwas
beingequatedinthepublicmindwithsocialism,andthelatterwith
communism . (Norecognitionwasmadeofthetruepurposeofadministration
policy,whichisareturntofeudalismonaworldscale . )
TheMemorandumrecommendedthe"muzzling"ofmilitaryofficers
;
clampingciviliancontroloverseasonedmilitarypersonnel ;diminishingthe
roleofthemilitaryinhighlevelpolicy,commandandstafffunctions ;
requiringciviliancontrolofthecontentofsuchactivityasGeneral
Walker's"ProBlueProgram" . Whatthat"civilian"controlwouldbeis
suggestedbythefurtherrecommendationthatmilitarypersonnelberequired
tocompletegraduatestudiesinhistory,government,andforeignpolicy
under"civilianeducators" .
Thedusthadhardlysettledfromthatbomb,whena second Memorandum
surfaced,whichextendedtheconcerns in theFulbrightMemorandumtotheir
logicalconclusion . THISMemowasdistributedtotopKennedy
administrationofficials,and"certainsympatheticSenatorsand
Congressmen"byWalterReuther,anditbecameknownasTheReuther
Memorandum .
ThissecondMemoconsistedofspecificrecomendationsfor"immobilizing
theradicalright",whichwascharacterizedas"anunknownnumberof
millionsofAmericansofviewpointsboundedontheleftbySenator
Coldwater,andonthe,rightbyRobertWelch",who,itsaid,were"probably
strongerandalmostcertainlybetterorganizedthanatanytimeinrecent
history" .
Reuther'sMemocalledfor :
*deliberateadministrationpoliciesto contain those
'millionsofAmericans',andtoreducethemtoa lunaticfringe,
nolongerableto"obstructtheaccomplishmentsofthe
administration" ;
*thepress,television,church,labor,civic,political,
andothergroupsweretocarrytheprimeburdeninthiseffort,
withaffirmativeadministrationpoliciesandprogramstosetthe
backdropagainstwhichthisprivateactivitycouldsucceed
;

ashiftfrom
defense
ofgovernmentresponsetothe
FulbrightMemorandumindeactivatingtheprogramtotraintroops
in patriotismandpsywar,toan
offensive
whichwouldinclude
determininghowwidely'radicalright'infectionhadspreadin
thearmedservices ;

eliminationoftheAttorneyGeneral'slistofsubversive
organizations,or,atleast,inclusionof'rightwing'groupsas
alsobeingsubversive ;

dammingtheflowofmoneytothe'rightwing',
including,butnotlimitedto,eliminatingtheuseoftax
exemptionsandcorporatefundsinadvertisingthe"threatof
communism"
;

apositivecampaigntominimizethethreatof"domestic
communism",andthusreducetensionandexistingconceptionsof
thecommunistthreat" .
Tomyknowledge,thiswasthefirsttime"millions"ofAmericansloyal
totheircountrywereidentified(officiallyorotherwise)asa"lunatic
fringe"and/orthe"radicalright",butitsoonbecamepolicyforevery
activistsupporteroftheadministration,andtheadministrationitself
.
Thearroganceofthislabor'leaderinassumingthatthepress,
television,church,civic,laborand"othergroups"would"carrytheprime
burden"ofthisattackonmillionsofAmericanscanonlybeunderstoodto
implythathehadthemeanstoensuretheirparticipation
.
Toimplementtheseproposals,afteryearswhenofficialpolicyhad
"maximizedtheCommunistproblem",itwasnecessaryfortheadministration
todoahundredandeightydegreeaboutface,andtakeawhollydifferent
attackonthatproblem . Itdidso,withoutmissingabeat .
Suddenly,thepressuretodoawaywithofficalcommittees
investigating"communist"activities
;suddenly,thenewdriveagainstthe
anti-communists ;suddenly,eliminationoftheAttorneyGeneral'slistof
subversivesandtheirorganizations
;suddenly,theCPUSAnolongera
threat
;suddenlytheSovietswere"mellowing" ;and,gradually,theghost
ofJoeMcCarthybecameavehicletoreducethose"millionsofAmericans"to
a'lunaticfringe'
.
Onebyone,militantpatriotsfoundtherewasnoroomforthemin
"respectable"society
. Moreandmore,lessmilitant,butnoless
patriotic,Americansretreatinto'apathy'
. Evermoreobviously,thereis
anincreaseintheparalysisoftheAmericanwilltoresist . Evermore
insistently,administrationafteradministrationmovesthiscountrytoward
thedaywhenitcancomfortablybemergedintothatNewInternational
EconomicWorldOrder
.
Nothreatfromwithin?
Bah!Humbug!
Recommendedreading :
TheFulbrightandReutherMemos -
atyourPublicLibrary
THEMYTHSOFCOMMUNISM
- 1 7 -
JosephRaymondMcCarthy
PartThree
THELEGACY
Eachyear,astheMediabeginsitsprofanelitany,whichrisestoa
crescendoastheanniversaryofJoeMcCarthy'sdeathapproaches,itwould
bethebetterpartofwisdomforAmericanstolookbeyondwhat
is being
said,andseekoutwhatisnot
. YoumaybesurethatwhatisNOTtold
-
notwantedknown -
iswhatisimportant .
"McCarthyism"wasinventedtocreateafalseimageofthemanwhose
namestillcomestomind,whenever"thejuniorSenatorfromWisconsin"is
mentioned
. ThatmanhadthepotentialtoleadAmericabacktoitsrightful
course
. fiewas
" . .
. genuinely,patriotically,devotedtotheNation,toits
flag,toitsinterestsashesawthem,toitswelfareashefelt
it,toitsfutureasheinterpretedit-
withallthestrengthof
hisconvictions . "
Thatquoteisfromtheeulogygivenathisfuneralbythe
other
Senator
fromWisconsin,whosenameisallbutforgottentoday
.

AlexanderWiley
wasnotasupporterofMcCarthy's,butifwhathesaidabouthimafterhe
diedwasn'tadescriptionofadedicatedpatriot,whatIS?
AndthatisthelegacyofMcCarthy
.

Patriotism .
Itwasn'tthespeechhemadeinWheelingwhichsparkedtheget-McCarthy
movement
. ItwaswhattheEstablishment
made
ofthatspeech(andwhy)
.
Theyplayedthenumbersgametodivertattentionfromtherealissues
McCarthyraisedthatnight
.
Whatdiditmatter how
manycommunistsMcCarthysaidwereintheState
Department?ONEwastoomany,andonehadalreadybeenexposed
-andnot
byMcCarthy
. Thatone(AlgerHiss)hadbeenprotectedbyhiscolleagues,
includingtheSecretaryofState,DeanAcheson,himself
. No . Theissueof
communistsatStatewastheleastofwhatMcCarthyspokeaboutatthat
LincolnDaydinnerinWheeling,solongago
.
Hespokeofhowgreatitwouldbe,tobeabletotalkaboutpeacewith
thosewhocametheretohonorLincoln
-
buttherewasnopeace
.
Hesaidtheworldwassplitintotwoincreasinglyhostilecamps
. He
said ;
"Youcanseeit,andfeelit,andhearit
-
allthewayfrom
IndochinaandFormosa,totheheartofEurope
. "
AndthiswastenyearsbeforeVietnam
. Hesaidthecoldwarwas
" . . . a
warbetweenourwestern,Christianworld,andthe
atheistic,communistworld",andthatitwasnotpolitical,but
moral
.
Andthatwashistheme,thatnightinWheeling
.
HesaidtheMarxianideaofconfiscatingthelandandfactories,and
runningtheentireeconomyasasingleenterprisewas"momentous",butnot
OURway
. HesaidtheLeninistone-partypolicestatewasnot
our way .
But,hesaid,ifthatwereall,wecouldstillliveatpeaceinthesame
world .
Thereal,basic,difference,heasserted,layinthe"religionof
immorality"whichwould"moredeeplywoundanddamage
all mankindthanany
conceivableeconomicorpoliticalsystem"
. Andheproceededtodelineate
thefactsaboutcommunismwhichleadinexorablytothisconclusion
.
ItwasthosefactswhichledMcCarthytodenouncethose
inthis,
country
" . . .
who,blessedwithallthegoodthingsoflifewhich
derivedfromoursystem -
wealth,thebesthomes,thefinest
education,prestigiousjobsinourgovernment
- usedthepower
andinfluencethesethingsbrought,toperformtraitorousacts
. "
McCarthytoldthecrowdwhichpackedthehallinWheeling
:
"Onethingtorememberisthatwearenotjustdealingwith
spies,whogetthirtypiecesofsilverforstealingblueprints
.
Wearedealingwithafarmoresinisteractivity,becauseit
permitstheenemytoguideandshapeourpolicy
. "
Hespokeofthehundredsofmillionsofpeople,andvastareasofthe
world,whichhadsuccombedtocommunistdomination,andsaid
: .
"Todayweareengagedin(that)final,all-outbattlebetween
communisticatheismandChristianity,and
. . . thechipsaredown . "
THATwaswhatthespeechatWheelingwasallabout
.
TheissueofcommunistsintheStateDepartmentwasjustusedto
demonstrateonearenaofthatall-outbattle,and
McCarthydidnot
originatethatissue!
OurofficialIntelligenceagencieshadalready
certified300peopleinStateasprobablesecurityrisks,butonlya
handfulhadbeendischarged
. McCarthywasnot'exposingcommunists'
. He
wasonlycitingpublicinformation
. Whatimportancedidthefigureshave
thatwerethrownathim -
2 05,7 9,2 85,57 ?Theywerediversions
-
nothingmore
.
ButMcCarthywasdestroyed,theSenatediminished,theinvestigative
functionofourgovernmentemasculated,andthecoldwarisallbutover,
now
.
TimehasvindicatedthejuniorSenatorfromWisconsin,butheisstill
notpermittedtorestinpeace .
Theamoralityofcommunismhasinfestedthewholeworld,reachedinto
everyAmericanhome,permeatedourgovernmentateverylevel,andthis
man,whoonlywishedwithallhisgreathearttorousetheAmericanpeople
tofacethatdanger,hasbeenmadetoappeartobeinthesamecategoryas
BenedictArnold .
OnlyarekindlingofthesparkMcCarthylitintheheartsofthosewho
sawthroughtheMediablitztotherealissues,settingablazethe"bright
flameofpatriotism"inallmenof
goodwill-
onlythatsparkcansave
thiscountryanditspeople,and,insodoing,theworld
.
Then,thelegacyofMcCarthywilloncemorebehonored,andthejunior
SenatorfromWisconsincanfinallyrestinpeace
.
1 1 -2 2
THEMYTHSOFCOMMUNISM
- 1 7 - JosephRaymondMcCarthy
PartFour
TheCensure
TheConstitutionoftheUnitedStatesofAmericaprovidesforeither
HouseofCongressto"punish"oneofitsMembersfor"disorderly"
behavior .
Inarareexerciseofthatprovision,SenatorJosephMcCarthywas
censuredin1 957 .
Intheinterveningyears,hisverynamehasbeenmadeasymbolof
shame .
Thequestionmustbeasked - andanswered
-
WHY?
WHYwashecensured?
WIIYhassuchcontumelybeencontinuallyheapedonhimforallthese
years?
WHYmustthesemodern-dayFrankensteinskeepbreathinglifeintothe
monsterthey,themselves,created?
JoeMcCarthyexemplifiedtherighteousindignationanypatriotwould
experiencewhenfacedwiththechallengeofatyrannousintenttotransform
agovernmentconstructedspecificallytoprovideandprotectindividual
liberty,intoonedesignedtomanageandcontroleveryfacetofthes lives
ofitscitizens .
Oncethisisunderstood,manywilljoininthefighttorestorethe
heritageofallAmericans
. Somewillbemotivatedbytheneedtodefend
theircountry . Somewilljointoforfendthealternative . Diehard
ideologues
will
beinspiredtostepuptheiroffensivetomeetthe
challenge,and"summersoldiersandsunshinepatriots"willopttoimitate
theostrich,astheyalwayshave,whentheheatofbattlemakesits
demands .
Anotherpartofthereasonthosequestionsremainunansweredhastobe
thatJoeMcCarthyinallinnocencehadstumbledintothemoststrategic
areaofenemyactionwithinourgovernment . Thatareawasalsothemost
unlikelyplacetofindanenemyredoubtcreatedandfunctioning
- within
themilitarydepartments-
theverycoreoftheprotectivearmof
government .
AseldomnotedfactintherecordoftheMcCarthyyearsisthat,upto
apointintimetheattacksonhimwerenogreaterthanthoseaccorded
anyone boldenoughtoidentifycommunismasanevilforceandaclearand
presentdangertothiscountry,andtobendtheireffortstowardits
eliminationasathreat .
ItwasonlyafteraninsignificantyoungarmydentistnamedPeress
becamethefocalpointoftheinvestigationsoftheSubCommitteeofthe
SenateInternalSecuritySubcommitteewhichMcCarthychaired,thattheroof
fellin .
Thedetailsof"WhoPromotedPeress?"*areamatterofpublicrecord,
andfartoocumbersometoreporthere . SufficeittosaythatMcCarthydid
notaccidentally,deliberately,normaliciouslyselectoutPeressfor
scrutiny
. NorwastheArmyHISselectedtarget .
InformationcametohisCommitteefromahighrankingGeneralofthe
Army,ofapossiblebreachofsecurityinhiscommand . McCarthy'sreaction
tothisintelligencewasnomore - andcertainlynoless - thanwas
required of himasChairmanoftheSenateinvestigationintopossible
I1 -2 3
subversioningovernmentdepartments
. Buthisresponsetriggeredthe
viciousassaultonhimwhichcontinuestothisday .
Aninterestingfacetofthatassaultisthattherewasneverenough
"on"McCarthyforthefactstospeakforthemselves . Itsperpetratorshad
nocompunction - andcertainlynomercy - aboutcreatingchargesagainst
himoutofwholecloth,evenincludingfringebenefits,suchasthecharge
thathewasresponsiblefortheinvestigationsintosubversionin
Hollywood
. McCarthyhadnothingtodowiththat . ThoseHearingswerenot
evenaSenateproceeding - theywereconductedintheHouse!
AfterPeress,theassaultonMcCarthycamefromeveryencampmentwhere
anti-anti-communistscouldbelodged - evenfromthehighestofficeinthe
land .
Again,thelogicalquestionhastobe"WHY?"
IftherewasevenapossibilityofsubversionwithintheONEDepartment
ofgovernmentinwhich,aboveallothers,subversionwouldbeaclearand
presentdanger- thesecurityforceitself - thenormalreactionwouldbe
totriggeraredalert,andanall-outinquiry . WHYdidtheadministration
theninoffice notdemand acompleteinvestigation,andprovideevery
facilityofassistance?Whydidit,instead,turnitswrathonthe
investigator?
McCarthyneverlearnedtheanswertothatquestion . NorhastheSenate
asabodyeverhadananswer - northeHouse - norconcernedAmericans .
But,ofcourse,thereISananswer . Partofitmaybefoundinthe
followingstatementmadebyDeanAcheson(inhisautobiography"Presentat
theCreation") . IndiscussingthereplacementbyCongressoftheWar
DepartmentwiththeDepartmentofDefense,Achesonhadthistosayabout
theExecutiveOrder(NSC-68)whichimpactedthenewlymergedservices,and
alsocreatedtheNationalSecurityCouncil(NSC) :
" . . . The
purposeofNSC-68wastosobludgeonthemassmindof
"topgovernment"thatnotonlycouldthePresidentmakea
decisionbutthattheDECISIONCOULDBECARRIEDOUT
. . . NSC-68,a
formidabledocument,presentsmorethanaclinicinpolitical
science'slatest,mostfashionable,andmostboringstudy,the
"decision-makingprocess",foritcarriesus
beyonddecisions to
whatshouldbetheirfruits, action . . . "
(NSC-68wasasecret
executivedirective,asAchesonmakesclear-
emphasisadded)
Acheson'sbookwaspublishedjustmonthsbeforecitizens(in1 969)
uncoveredtheevidenceofTheSystemwhichemanatedfromthebowelsofthe
unifiedservicedepartment . HadthatbookbeenpublishedAFTERknowledge
oftheexistenceofthe"decision-makingprocess"(euphemismforTheSystem
-
PPBS),thatstatementwouldprobablyhavebeendeleted,forthose
carefullychosenwordswererecognizablethen,asahallmarkofThe
System .
TheNationalSecurity(sic)Actof1 947 wasdebatedunderfalse
pretenses
. Themainfocusinthedebateswasthesemanticsof"War"versus
"Defense",andtheissueofasingledepartmentinsteadofadiversified
servicewasdebatedonthebasisof"efficiencyandeconomy"
. Nowhisper
washeardofa unified
commandbeingessentialtothestructurefor
managementandcontrolofthe"decision-makingprocess",nor,indeed,that
thiswasthetruereasonforreorganizationofthemilitary .
NSC-68createdthatsecretunitwithintheDepartment,which,fromthe
record,wasintendedtolaythegroundworkfortheSystemonceknownas
II- 2
4
Planning, ProgrammingandBudgeting
. Anditdid - butthatfactwasnever
officiallydisclosed
. Thisunitwashidden in theunendinglabyrinthof
theunifiedcommand,andistherecipientofunlimitedfundsCongress
appropriatesfor"defense",forwhichnoaccountingispermitted . (See
DoDChart,Exhibits)
Becauseofthisplannedevasionofaccountability,TheSystemwasable
toincubatesightunseen,unmonitoredexceptbytheadeptschosento
developit
. Thoseadepts,inturn,weresentouttocreateprototypeunits
ofTheSysteminselectedtargetareas
.
RobertStrangeMcNamarawassentfromthatunittoFordMotorCompany,
whereheusedTheSystemtodesigntheEdsel
. Afterthat,hewasreturned
tothePentagontoheadtheteamdesigningTheSystemforthemilitary
.
CharlesHitchwassentfromthatunittoCaliforniatotakeoverasCEO
oftheStateUniversitycomplexthere,toformataskforceforcooperation
ininterstatesystemsinitiation,begincreatingthestructurefor
systematiccontrolintheeducationsystem,aswellastodevelopthe
skilledsystemspersonnelwhichwouldbeneededtooperateTheSystem
.
Alittle-knownfactofHitch'soccupationoftheOfficeofChancellor
ofthecolossalUniversityofCaliforniawashiscreationofaTaskForce
todevelopacomprehensivemanagementandcontrolsystemfor"twelve
WesternStates" . *
RoyAshleftthatunitandwasgivenagovernmentcontracttouseThe
Systemtodesign"modern"submarines
- acontractwhichresultedina
disastroussituation,withastronomicalcostoverruns,andasubmarineeven
lesseffectivethantheEdselwasinautomotivedesign,whichalsohadto
bescrapped
. Whentheflapfromthatexperiencediedaway,Ashwas
appointedheadoftheBureauofManagementandBudget,tooverseethe
constructionofsystematicstructurefortheentirecountry
.
Undertheunifiedmilitarycommand,thatSpecialUnitcreatedaSpecial
StaffSectioninDoDonPsychologicalWarfare(psywar)
. Spinoffsfromthis
SectionweresetupineachoftheServices,andtheinterlockisobvious
whenthechartsuppliedbytheDefenseDepartment,whichshowsthechainof
command,iscarefullystudied(seeExhibit) . InthatChart :
*TheArmyclaimedGeorgeWashingtonUniversity(GWU)as
oneofitspsywarunits
. GWUwastheagencywhichchanneledThe
SystemintoStateandlocalgovernments,asapilotproject
.
TheNavyclaimedRANDCorporationasoneofitsunits .
RANDwastheinstrumentalityforpracticalappplicationofThe
System .
*TheAirForceclaimedtheMedicalResearchInstituteat
BethesdaasitsPsywarDivision . Bethesdahasposedproblemsfor
theresistanceforoverthirtyyears .
Fromthissecretactivityhavestemmedthestrategiesbywhichthis
greatnationisbeingsubornedtoacceptthe"pieceful"transitionintoa
completelymanagedandcontrolledsociety,peopledwithautomatons,
conditionedtorespondpredictablytoeverycommandoftherulingjunta,
preparatorytoamalgamationoftheUnitedStatesofAmericaintotheNew
InternationalEconomicOrder .
And McCarthy
wascensured!Canyouimaginehowthecourseofevents
wouldhavebeen,hadMcCarthybeenpermittedtofollowthethreadof
subversionwhichthePeressmattercouldhavedisclosed?
ButMcCarthywascensured :
1 1
-
2 5

for"failuretocooperate"withasubcommitteewhich
didn'texistwhenthedecisionwasmadeto"punish"him .

for"abusingthesubcommitteeanditsmembers",whenthat
subcommitteewasstackedwithpartisanopponents,whoconstantly
baitedtheSenator .

for"obstructingtheConstitutionalprocessesofthe
Senate",whenhehadneverbeenknowntoviolateevenaRULEof
theSenate,beforeitwasdecidedto"punish"him .
TheoriginalchargesagainstJoeMcCarthyhadtobedropped
for lackof
substance . Theresolutionwhichwasfinallyvotedonconsistedofcharges
againsthis reactions AFTERthemovetocensurebegan!
ButthecharadeofMcCarthy's'censure'haltedtheinvestigationwhich
beganwithaninsignificantyoungdentist,whichmighthaveexposedthe
mostvitalissueofthiscentury .
Whowillbringchargesagainstthecooperatorsinthisdemonstrable
assaultonthelibertiesoftheAmericanpeople,andonthecitadelof
libertyitself?
JoeMcCarthydiedonthesecondofMay,1 957 ,atBethesdaHospital,of
"Hepatitis,acute,causeunknown" . ItwasatBethesda,too,thatthefirst
SecretaryofDefense,JamesForrestal,fell(orwaspushedorthrown)from
awindowatthehospital,tohisdeath .
ThereissubstantiveevidencethatForrestalwaswrestlingwitha
"momentousdecision" ;thathewastakentoBethesdabyofficialsinthe
Administrationagainsthiswill ;thathisdiarieswerespiritedto
Washingtonwithouthisconsent,andmeticulouslyexpurgatedbeforebeing
released . Couldthatdecisionhewasconsideringhavebeentoexposewhat
helearnedaboutTheSystem,afterhebecameSecretaryofDefense?
Is'itstrangethat,whenRichardNixonwasillafterbeinghoundedout
ofthePresidency,andrefusedtobetakentoBethesdasayinghewould
nevercomeoutalive,thatsomeAmericansrememberedJoeMcCarthyandJames
Forrestal?
IsitstrangethatsomeAmericansstillwonderwhynoautopsywas
performedtodeterminethatunknowncauseofMcCarthy'sdeath,sohecould
belegallyinterred?
Isitstrange,then,thatsomebelievetheassaultonMcCarthyhada
farmoreimportantimpetusthanisevidentfromthepublicrecord?
Isitnotstrangethatthepredictionsmade,intheeulogiestothe
juniorSenatorfromWisconsin(thathewouldbemorehonoredinthefuture
thanwhilehelived)arecomingtrue - atleastintheheartsofAmericans
wholovethelandheloved,asdeeplyashedid,andwhoarelearningthe
truthabout"McCarthyism"?
RecommendedReading :
"WhoPromotedPeress?"LionelLokos,Bookmailer,1 961
"TheStrangeDeathofJamesForrestal",CornellSimpson,
WesternIslands,1 966
"TheForrestalDiaries"VikingPress,1 951
"WhereGovernmentsMerge",Reportofthe(California)
InstituteforGovernmentalAffairscirca1 969
"PsychologyintheWorldEmergency",Lectures,Universityof
PittsburgPress,1 952

II - 2 6
THEMYTHSOFCOMMUNISM
- 1 7
-
JosephRaymondMcCarthy
PartFive
TheBrightFlame
InEverymanthereisalongingfortherespectofhisfellows
. None
feltthismorekeenlythanJoeMcCarthy
. Hewasaperfect
target
onwhich
tosmearthetarofdisrepute,forhewasacaringman
. Hewasapatriot,
anddeeplyreligious
. Hepossessedstrongtraitsofcharacterwhichare
mostadmiredinnormalsocieties
: honesty ;decency
;kindness
;loyalty ;
forgiveness
;honor ;duty
. Evenhisenemiesadmittedthisinthetributes
paidtohimashelayinhiscoffin
.
HewasaUnitedStatesSenator,withthepowerandinfluenceofthe
Officetogiveweighttohiswork
. Additionally,hewasChairmanofthe
SenateSubCommitteechargedbyhisfellowSenatorswiththeresponsibility
ofinvestigatingpossiblepenetrationbysubversivesofthefederal
ExecutiveOffice
. McCarthy'scommitteewasbringingtolightthescopeand
nature,thepersonnelandforces,atworkpromotingthetransitionofthis
countryintojustaunitinaworldconglomerateofotherunitswhichonce
weresovereignnations
.
Theremusthavebeengreatgleeamonghisenemiesastheyplottedtheir
courseinplanningthedestructionofsuchaman
. Theychosetoattackhim
wherehe,himself,wouldmostkeenlyfeeltheblows
-
andwhereeverytrue
Americanwouldalsobevulnerable
. Ifpatriotismcouldbemadetoseem
baseinTHISman,whoburnedwithanunquenchablefiretoprotecttheland
ofhisbirthandtopreservetheunalienablerightsofhisfellow
Americans,numerousobjectivesofthewould-berulersoftheworldwouldbe
served
.
Asamatteroffactandrecord,mostoftheobjectivesofhisattackers
wereobtained :

removalfromthebattlefieldofthemosteffectiveopponent
theyhadeverencountered ;

destructionofthesecurityprogramsingovernment
;

diminishingthepoweroftheSenateasapreliminary
emasculatingit ;

creatingfearofreprisalamongotherswhowouldresistthe
revolutionaries
Onlytwoobjectiveswereleftalmostuntouched
. LoveofGod'-and'love
ofcountry . Thesediehard
. So,annually,theenemiesofthemancalled ,
Joe(whoarealsotheenemiesofeveryfreedom-lovingindividual)bringout
thespecterof"McCarthyism"
-
aspectercreatedforthepurpose - to
remindAmericansofthepowertheywield,andtoimbedinthepublicmind
theconceptofthefutilityofopposition
.
Alongwiththeperiodiccoffin-kicking,thereisalwaysaspateof
'rightwing'insurgenceofsomeobnoxiousnature
as wedescribedearlier
:

cachesofarms'discovered' ;

'Nazi'activitysteppedup
;

asurgeof'racism' ;

attemptstotielegitimateprotestagainst'government'
oppressiontothesephantommaneuvers ;
1 989wasnoexception
. InmidFebruaryitbegan,withanhour-long
"documentary"aboutthe'McCarthyyears',followedbyarashof"news"
II -
2 7
storiesonactivitiesofneo-Nazi"skinheads"
;anotherhourlong
"documentary"inmidMarch,titled"AnAmericanISM
- McCarthyism",scenes
from . theMcCarthyyearsinterspersedbetweenderogatorystatementsby
reconstitutedradicalsofthetime,now'respectable'citizens ;anall-out
confrontationinCaliforniaoverguncontrolandtheSecondAmendment ;and
atwo-hourlong"documentary"about retrieving treasurespurportedtohave
beenconfiscatedbytheNazis . 1 990wasacarboncopy .
TheFulbright/ReutherMemosrecommendingdestructionofthe
"conservativerebellion"arestillbeinghonored!
HisenemiesrememberJoebecausetheymust . Destroyinghim - overand
over
- isthebestweapontheyhavetobeatdownthecontinuallyrising
oppositionto'theimpossibledream' .
Patriots,too,shouldrememberMcCarthyforwhathereallywas - the
symbolofthefightforfreedom . ItisrightandproperthattheAmerican
flagshouldbeflownbythemonMaySecond - theanniversaryofhisdeath
-asasymboloftheunalienablefreedomswhicharetheirbirthright .
Thegovernorsandthoseincontrolofeventstodaysoilthatflagby
usingittocommemoratethedeathofaDeanAchesonwhoseactivitieswere
oneoftheearlytargetsoftheworkofJoeMcCarthy . Whilethebattle
whichdidnotendwiththedeathofJoeMcCarthywageson,citizenscan
cleansethatstainbydisplayingtheflagonthesecondofMayinhonorof
onerealAmericanwholiterallygavehislifeinsupportofallitstood
for .
Recommendedreading :
"TheFightforAmerica"JoeMcCarthy,DevinAdair,1 952
"America'sRetreatfromVictory"JosephMcCarthy,Devin
Adair,1 951
THEMYTHSOFCOMMUNISM
- 1 8 - NoMoreHeroes?
ItisanAmericantragedythatpatriotswhocanseethatMcCarthywas
notwhathewaspaintedtobebythemedia,areblindaboutthepowerof
thepressinothermatters
.
ThepowerofthePresshadbeenincrementallypurloinedsinceearlyin
thiscentury,butitwasonlyafterworldwar2 thattheeducationists
succeededincapturingenoughterritoryintheschoolstobegingeneral
redirectionofthethinkingofAmericansthroughthemindsofchildren
. It
isdifficulttodeterminethebeginningofactivationofGoalNo
. 7 in
Eisenhower'sprogramfortransformingAmerica'sfuture(seeChapter2 9),
butthereis
no
problemindocumentingthatitisnowdefacto
. Combined,
thesecircumstanceshavethecapabilityofdeterminingthecourseofthe
futurethroughcontrolofindividualdecision-making
.
UptonSinclairmaybeforgivensomeofhissinsinconsiderationofhis
contributiontounderstandingtheElitisttakeoverofthesourceswhich
supplymostofthiscountry's"news"
. Forgivenessforthosewho
participatedinrobbingAmerica'schildrenoftheirbirthrightwouldbe
hardertomuster
.
Priortomidcentury,emphasisintheschoolsgenerallyhadremained
muchthesameasitalwayshadbeen
-
factualmaterial,objectively
presented,andindividualresponsiblityand
initiative -
asafoundation
forresponsiblecitizenship
. "Progressiveeducation"hadhaditsfootin
theschooldoorsinceearlyinthiscentury,butitwasthedisruption
causedbyworldwar2 ,whichmadepossiblefullimplementationofmind
conditioningoffuturecitizensastheywentthroughthereoriented
schools,sotheywouldbecomegoodmembersof'thegroup',and'followthe
leader',insteadofstrikingoutontheirown,withthecompetenceto
handlewiselythelibertyguaranteedthembytheConstitution
.
ItwasaboutthatsametimethatAmericanheroesbegantobedefiled,
and'leaders'offeredassubstitutes
. Justwhenthatcampaignbegan,along
cameJoeMcCarthy,withalltheattributesofarealAmericanHero
.
Destructionofanincipientherowasanessentialpartoftheassault
onJoeMcCarthy .
Thebuildupbeganforcharismatic'leaders'
. DwightDavidEisenhower,
AdlaiStevenson,JohnKennedy,andnumerousother,lesser,
acceptable
'leaders'weregiventhe'redcarpet'treatmentbythePress
. Charles
Lindbergh,DouglasMacArthur,JoeMcCarthy,anddozensoftrueheroes
receivedtheblackball
.
This'buildup'isacontinuingstrategy,exemplifiedtodayinthe
personsofMikhailGorbachevandNelsonMandela
. Attemptsto"create"
heroes,weretofillthevoidleftbythedowngradingoftherealthing
.
The1 00thanniversaryofthebirthofHerbertClarkHooversparkedonesuch
movement .
Whileitmaybetruethatthenatureofmaninsistentlyurges
recognitionoffigures"largerthanlife"asexamplesofconductaboveand
beyondthepettychallengesoftheworkadayworld,heroesofthepast
earned
theirplaceinhistorythroughsomegreatdeed,oralifetime
of
dedication
. Itwasn'teven'thinkable'to"buildanimage",asisnowbeing
done .
AswithRichardNixon,HerbertHooverhasbeenthesubjectof
dastardly,non-relevantattacks,whichareregrettable
. AswithNixon,the
attacksagainstHooverdidnotaimatsubstantialtargets,butwere
personalabuse,andunwarranted .
LikeNixon,Hoovergavelipservicetotheprincipleswhicharebest
decribedas"Americanism",butwhichonlyservedtoshieldfromviewacts
whichservedanothercause
. Whileboththesemengaveittheirbestshot,
thatstrategycametoitsultimatepotential in thepersonofRonaldWilson
Reagan .
Inacceptinghero-figures,Constitutionalistsmustdeterminethatthe
objectoftheiradmirationcarriesthesametorchwhichlightsTHEIRpath .
DEEDS,notWORDSaretheguaranteeofthat
.
Sometimeago,Iattemptedtodemonstratethestepstakenthroughthe
yearswhichhavebroughttheseUnitedStatestotheirpresentprecarious
position
. Inmyresearchforthat,Ifoundlittleknownfactsabout
Hoover'spartinthedestructionofbasicAmericanconceptsalreadyonthe
record .
Mystudy*pointedoutthatPresidentTrumanhadchosenHoovertohead
hisCommissiononReorganizationoftheFederalExecutive,onthebasisof
whathadbeendoneduringtheHooveradministrationalongthoselines . It
wasHoover,riotFDR,whofirstutilizedtheconceptof
commissions, not
onlytostudyissues,buttoSETPOLICY
. FDRactuallyscoredHooverfor
thisradicaldeparturefromtraditionalgovernmentalprocedures,
in kicking
offhiscampaignagainstHoover
.
Thistransferoffunctionsfromelectedrepresentativestoappointed
officialswasdonesoskillfully,thatmostcitizenstodayareprobably
stillunawarethatitoccurred
. IknowIwasshockedwhenIfirstlearned
ofit .
Inadditiontoinstitutingthebeginningof"managerial"or
"administrative"governance,HerbertHooverinitiatedatechniqueof
executiveaction,whichisattheheartofmanyofourproblemstoday
. It
maywellhavedonemoretodestroycitizencontrolofthegovernmentthan
anyothersingleactofanysingleperson . Asanexample
:
WhenthecitizensofCaliforniatookthequestionofthelegalityof
thePlanning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSystem(PPBS)totheStateAttorney
General,theopinionfromthatOfficestatedthat"intheabsenceofdenial
bytheLegislature,thePPBSisbeing legally implemented" .
WhatdidthatopinionhavetodowithHerbertClarkHoover?Simply
this
: ItwasHooverwhoconceivedtheplanwhichhasbeendescribedas
"puttinginertiaandindecisiononthesideofchange" . WhentheCongress,
on3 0June,1 93 2 ,passedtheLegislativeAppropriationsActofthatyear,
probablyfewMemberswereawareofthesignificanceofasectionofthat
Act(iftheyevenknewitwasthere!),whichgaveanewanddangerouspower
tothePresident
.
ThatsectionpermittedtheExecutivetoINITIATElegislation
-a
ConstitutionalandhistoricdutyoftheLEGISLATIVEbranch . Itallowedthe
Presidenttoproposegovernmentaction,which,entered
in theFederal
Register,
ifriotVETOEDbytheCongressinastipulatedtime,assumedthe
forceoflaw .
THISwasthebeginningofthenon-lawsnowknownas
"ExecutiveOrders",anditoriginatedwithHerbertHoover
. ANDitwasthe
basisfortheCaliforniaAttorneyGeneral'sopiniononthePPBS
.
WhileExecutiveOrdershaveexistedsincetheConstitutionbecamethe
lawoftheland,never,beforeHerbertHoover,weretheyanymorethan
'housekeeping'directives .
ThissingleactshouldprecludeforeveranyacceptanceofHerbert
HooverasanAmerican"hero" .
TheCourtshaveacceptedthisaberrationaslegitimate,eventhoughit
fliesinthefaceofArticle1 ,SectionI,oftheFederalConstitution,and
makesashamblesofourhistoricsystemofrepresentation . ItisNOT
"pursuant"totheConstitution,anditslegalstandingisquestionable .
Itshouldalsobenotedthatitwasthe"HooverCommissions",appointed
bybothTruman(D)andEisenhower
(R), whichrecommendedthe"budgetingand
accountingsystem"sometimesknownasPPBS
.
Ifthelegalgovernmentofthiscountryisrestored,someoftheheroes
fortomorrow'sgenerationsofAmericans
will certainlybefoundamongthe
II - 3 0
electedofficialswhocourageouslyleadthewaytodismantlingthis
unAmericanSystem,notamongtheranksofitsprogenitors
.
ADDENDA :
*"SoDesperate
a Step",K . M . Heaton1 967 . (AvailableinACIR
ReportA-43 a,1 97 4 .
THEMYTHSOFCOMMUNISM - 1 9 -
SovietTechnicalSuperiority
Therewasatimewhenthemotleycrew in theKremlinwasrecognized(by
mostpeople)asthegangofcriminalstheyare - moralandethical
bankrupts - terrorists - capableofanyr„bestialityinpursuitofpower .
Flowwasitthatsuchcreaturesbecamerespectable',tobeacceptedas
'legitimate'leadersofalargepartoftheworld(nomatterthe
illegitimacyofthemeansusedtoextendtheironcurtain),andfearedfor
thepotentialcontainedinawarmachineclaimedtosurpassthatofthe
restoftheworld?
TherearethosestilllivingwhocanrememberthebetrayalofPoland ;
therapeofAustriaandHungary ;thefreedomfightersinHungarywhowere
promisedhelpfromthe U . S . , anddidn'treceiveit ;thedominofallingof
EasternEurope ;thecreationofthe'ironcurtain' ;thecelebrationshere
oftheofficiallydeclared"CaptiveNationsWeek" ;andtheprotestsover
thefirst"culturalexchanges" .

ThearrivaloftheBolshoiBalletduring
theKennedyyearswasacueforAmericansofeveryethnicderivationto
stageprotestdemonstrationsoutsidethetheaterswheretheBallet
appeared,allacrossthecountry . Other"Americans",however,filledevery
seatinside,pushingpasttheprotestors,castingdisdainfulglancesat
them,andtossingtothefloor,unread,theflyersexposingtheperfidy
involved .
HowcouldtheBallet,relicofa great country,beacceptedas
representativeofsofouladictatorshipasthatintheKremlin?
ThatwasatimewhentheUnitedStateshadawarmachinewhich,without
question,surpassedthatoftherestoftheworldcombined
. TheBalletwas
akeyelementinreversingtheAmericandominanceinworldaffairs,justas
"pingpong"diplomacyopenedthedoortoacceptanceofcommunistChinaasa
legitimatefactorintheworldcommunity .
ThesemattersMUSTbeconsidered,astheCarnegie-funded,
administration-approved'cultural'exchangeofteachers,studentsand
educationisescalated ;asUSTEC(UnitedStatesTradeandEconomicCouncil)
increasesitseffortstointerfaceSoviet/Americanbusinessinterests
;and
astheofficialWashington/MoscowaxiscontinuestodiscussSALT(Strategic
ArmsLimitationTalks),evenwhilea"kinder,gentler"occupantofthe
WhiteHouseproclaimsacceptanceofSovietmovesinto'democracy' .
TherecordshowsthatthesuccessionofSoviet'leaders'sinceLenin
hasbeenmarkedlydeficientinanyoftheattributesessentialtoeffective
conductofeventhemostmundanemattersinvolvedingovernment
. Inthe
main,theyhavebeenrecruitedfromanilliteratepeasantry
. Nonehave
been"intellectuals" ;fewhavehadabackgroundpreparatorytoguidingeven
alocalsoviet,letalonethecourseofanation
- muchlesstomake
decisionsbindingontheworld .
Certainly,thereisnothingintherecordtosuggestthat air ofthe
Sovietbrasspossessedthecompetencenecessarytomountaworldwide
assaultofthenatureandscopewhichhasoccupiedtheKremlinthroughout
itshistory
.
TherecordDOESshowthatSoviettechnicalsuperiorityisamyth -
createdinAmerica,anddependentontransferofAmericanexpertise,
materiel,moneyandtechnologytotheSovietUnion . Therecordalso
clearlymanifestsexistenceofacapabilityforrefinedtechniquesof
strategyandtacticsunmatchedinhistory .
IfthepowerwhichexistsintheKremlinisnotnativeinorigin,what,
then,ISitssource?
T
. I- 3 2
TheincongruityofofficialpolicyoftheUnitedStates,visavisthe
seriesofscofflawbrigandsintheKremlin,hasbeenacontinuingsourceof
bewildermenttothoughtfulpeopleeverywhere . Unjustifiablesupportby
Americanadministrationsfor,andcollaborationwith,criminalscumwithan
unbrokenrecordofcataloguedatrocities,andaself-proclaimedmissionto
"bury"us,isunprecedentedinhistory . An unceasingbarrageof
disinformationemanatingfromadministrativeoffices in thiscountry,
transparentlydesignedtorationalizesuchanindefensibleposture,has
restrainedopposition,butfailstoexplainsuchpolicy
. Thereisnosolid
foundationforbeliefthatthattheSovietgoalhaschanged
.
Thereisstrongevidencetosuggestthatanotherstrategytoachieve
thatgoalhasbeeninitiated .
ItisanestablishedfactthatLeninandcompanywerefinancedbya
cabalofwealthheadquarteredinNewYorkandLondon . Aidedbythecabal,
thosesovietradicalsobtainedentryintoRussia,penetratedthe"people's
revolt",andsubvertedthatrevolttoanothercause . That'cause'usedthe
nameof'communism',butnotitssubstance . Again,avarietyofapologia
triedtobridgethegapofcredibilitybetweenwhatwas,andwhatwas
acclaimed .
BeforeanotherSALTroundisratified,thatcredibilitygapmustbe
spanned . Pastexperiencedemonstratesthatsuchagreementsonlyfurther
jeopardizethecapabilityoftheUnitedStatestoprotectthenational
interest,anddonotreduceSovietcapabilityorpurpose . Logicsuggests
thatthe cause ofrepeated'failure'mustbeexamined,pasterrorsof
judgementcorrected,andmorepromisingalternativesfound .
Suchanexaminationmightdisclosethattheparticipantsinthese
roundsdonotsharethesameexpectationsfortheoutcome . OR,theymight
sharethesameexpectation,anditnotbetheonepubliclystated . It
couldevenbethata hiddenagenda creditsSALT failure as"success" .
Toclarify,consider
:
KnowledgeableAmericansarefamiliarwiththepresenceinevery
administrationhere,ofan"invisiblegovernment",whichdirectspolicy -
foreignanddomestic - toserveaninternationalpurpose . Assume,for
discussion,thatthepresententities in that'invisible'grouparethe
heirsandassignsofthecabalwhichfinancedLenin,andthat they havea
GoalwhichiscompatiblewiththeSovietgoal,towardwhichtheirefforts
aredirected . AssumethatthatGoalistheestablishmentofanelite
superstructureaboveallexistinggovernments,throughwhichcontrolofall
theresourcesoftheworldwillbetheirs
.
SupposethiscabalviewedeventsinRussiaasanopportunity,andLenin
asanagent,tosecurethatopportunityforthem . Anagrariansociety,
maderudderlessbythecoups,andleaderlessbyassassinationand/orexile,
couldheaninvaluableacquisitiontofurthertheirGoal .
Apseudo-government,actingundercontrol,couldconductexperiments
notpossibleotherwise . Strategies,tactics,andtechniquescouldbe
initiatedandtested,withoutconstraints . Especially,ifthewhole
territorywasisolatedfromtherestoftheworld,sonoknowledgeofwhat
wasbeingdonecouldleakout .
Sucha'government'couldbeginassimilationofcontiguouscountries,
andbecamouflageforthepenetrationofothers . Itcouldclaim
invincibility,fornonecouldproveotherwise . Itcoulddevelopwaysand
meanstocontrolitspeoplewithouthavingtoanswertoworldopinion
. It
,_couldbeacenterfortrainingnationalsfromothercountriesinstrategies
ofsubversion,whichtheycoulduseontheirreturntotheircountriesof
origin . Itcouldsendagentsprovocateurtootherareastobegin
developmentofthemachineryforcontrolwhichhadbeenproveneffectivein
internalpilotprograms
.
Ofstrategicimportance,sucha'government'couldcreatetheillusion
ofinvincibility,since,becauseofstrictlimitationsonaccesstoits
secrets,nonecouldrefutetheclaimthatitwasorprovethatitwasnot
.
Itthencouldprovidetheimpetustoinducefreepeopleto-'voluntarily'
uniteina"one-worldgovernment"underthethreatofannihilation
. What
strongerstimuluscouldtherebetothatend,thanthe"either/or"choice
betweenanendtonationhood,versusanendtoexistence?
Facedwiththeultimatuminherent
in thethreatofapurportedSoviet
nuclearcapability,theworldhasbeenbroughttothemomentoftruth
.
WillSALTbethecatalysttobringabout"coexistence"?
Orisitpossiblethat"friendlycoexistence"will
. bringfruitiontoa
mutuallyacceptable"peacefulworld",withawaragainstpollution
replacingthe"perpetualwar"amongpeoples?
OrwilltheAmericanpeopledemandthattheadministrationnowin
Washingtonrecognizethat"Sovietnuclearcapability"wasmanufacturedin
theUnitedStates?Canthisadministrationbemovedtoformulateapolicy
whichrecognizesthat90to95percentofSoviettechnologyhasbeen
transferred - directlyorindirectly -
fromthiscountryand/oritsallies?
Canthisadministrationbemovedtounderstandthata"democraticworld"of
peaceisanimpossibledream,andthatthepeoplesoftheworldwillnever
accepttheforcewhich will
berequiredtoprovidetheirGoal?
IfnotTHISadministration,canthepeopleelectenoughtrueAmerican
representativestorequirethatcommitmentfromtheNEXT?Isityet
possibleforAmericanstoforcethosewhoholdthepublictrusttobeginareal
liberationofthecaptivenations
- includingtheirown
- andstartthe
returnto"theseparateandequalstationtowhichthelawsofnatureand
ofnature'sGodentitle them . . . "?
Recommendedreading :
The"WallStreet"seriesonSoviet/Americanrelationsby
AntonySutton -
StanfordUniversityPress
RichardLandkamer,

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THEH'IYTHSOFCOT1 UNISH -
1 9 -
TiananmenIncident
ItisalmostfortyyearssinceHerbPhilbrick("ILedThreeLives")and
EdwardHunter("BrainwashinginRedChina")broughttopublicattentionthe
existenceofafrighteningcapabilityofmindcontrol . Duringthoseyears,
anacceleratingintelligence of
justhowmuchathreatthatcapabilityis
tothecivilizationtheworldhasknown,hasfailedtocreateanyorganized
oppositiontouseofsuchcontrol .
NoneofthereportsoutofChinaaboutthetragedywhichoccurredin
TiananmenSquarehaveincludedrecognitionofthefactthatthepowersthat
behaveusedcyberneticstocontrolthatbenightedcountryeversince
HunterfirstexposeditsusetotransferChinatoredrule .
Thefactisthatthose"students"havebeenmanipulatedsincebefore
theywerehorn . Ifthatdoesnotmakesense,itisbecause,despitethe
evidence,peopledonotrecognizestatecontrolofpopulationasanelement
ofsystemsdecision-making .
Those"students"havebeenconditionedalltheirlivestodothe
biddingoftheirpuppetmasters . Their"revolt"couldnothave"happened",
unlessthepowersthatbe(fortheirownpurposes)decideditwasneeded
.
Onecanonlyextrapolatescenariostosuggestwhatthepurposescouldbe
.
Onesuchscenariocouldindicateadissidentelementinthepower
structureaimingtoestablishaNewInternationalEconomicOrder . Another
couldbecreationofaclimateforchangetoexpeditethatNIEO
. Otherscan
beconstructed
. Whilethisisimportant,itpalesinsignificancewhen
juxtaposedagainstthefactthattherehasbeennopublicrecogitionofthe
useofsystematiccontrolasthecausativefactorunderlyingwhat
"happened"inTiananmenSquare .
Therewillneverbeaneffectiveresistancetotheworldrevolutionnow
speedingtowardfinallization,unlesssystematiccapabilityisfactored
in
toanyefforttocounterit .
THEMYTHSOFCOITIUNISM - 2 1 - IntheNameof"Democracy"
"Asregardsthenationalquestion,theproletarianmust,
firstofall,insistonthepromulgationandimmediate
realization of full freedom andseparationfromRussia
ofall
nationsandpeoples
. . . whowereforciblyincludedorforcibly
retained within
the boundariesofthestate . .
. i . e .
annexed . . . "(1 )
"Thesocialrevolutioncannotcomeaboutexcept
in theform
ofanepochofproletariancivilwaragainstthebourgeoisiein
theadvancedcountries,combinedwith
a WHOLE SERIES
of
democratic and
revolutionarymovements,includingmovementsfor
nationalliberation,
intheundeveloped,backwardandoppressed
nations . . . "(2 )
"Justasmankindcanachievetheabolitionofclassesby
passingthroughthedictatorshipoftheproletariat,somankind
canachievethe
INEVITABLE
MERGINGOFNATIONSonlybypassing
throughthetransition period
of complete liberation of all
;oppressednations . . . "(3 )
V . I . Lenin
Aboutthirtyfiveyearsagoanexpertoncommuniststrategyandtactics
wroteabooktitled"YouCanTrusttheCommunists"*,
in
whichtheauthor
attemptedtodemonstratethat'communists'hadbeenveryopenininforming
theworldexactlywhattheirgoalsandobjectiveswere
. Theproblemwas
thatnooneinauthorityintheso-called"freeworld"seemedtobelieve
anythingthe'communists'hadwrittenorsaidintheirinstructionsto
theirco-conspirators -
the'communists'wereonlybelievedwhentheywere
facetofacewiththosetheywereintentondeceiving
.
Astheworldiswitnessingthepresentdayactualityofthe
"promulgationandrealizationoffullfreedomandseparationfrom
Russia"(l)ofthecaptivenations,itwouldbethebetterpartofwisdomto
viewwhatishappeningunderthebannerof'democracy'inthelightofthe
statedplan,plannedstrategy,andcarefullydevelopedtactics,whichhave
madetheseincidentspossible .
Weignoreatourperilthattheeventsbeingwitnessedinthesatellite
countriesarepartofthemachiavellianplanlaidoutsolongago
. When
Lenin,StalinandCompanygaveinstructionsonthevariouscomponentsof
theworldrevolution,theywerespeakingto,andforthebenefitof,those
whoweretocarryouttheirschemes
. Itcouldbefatalnottorecognize
thattheywouldnotlietotheirsubordinatesonsuchseriousmatters
.
Itisalsoperilousnottorecognizethatthemassivemovementsbeing
"promulgated"todaycannotpossiblybea
voluntary rebellionagainst
'communism'astheyarerepresentedtobe
. Themostobviousevidencethat
thisissoliesintheexistingpowertodestroywhichtheSoviethierarchy
stillpossesses,andwhichituseswhenSovietpurposeisservedinso
doing
. Ifthepowerbehindthe'communist'movementwereopposedtothe
"wholeseriesofdemocraticandrevolutionarymovements"(2 ),itcouldput
anendtothemsummarily
. Therecordshowsthatwhatisoccurringispart
ofthePlandevisedsomanyyearsago
.
Moreevidenceexistsinthemassusebythethrongsof"dissidents"of
the'communist'"salute"
- theclenchedfist
. Thisisarecurrentsignal
4
bec%dia I I I
O n t h e R o ad t o R ev o l u t io n
ch :
22 Get First Un derst an din g
p a :
I I I 1
23 I 'd R at h er be R igh t I I I 4
24 Al l t h e Wo rl d a St age I I I 6
25 A Co n sp iracy o f Sil en ce I I I 9
26 Th e Po l it ics o f Ch an ge I I I 1 1
27 Th e Wret ch ed R efu se I I I 1 4
28 Th e Pan ama Affair I I I 1 7
29 "Go al s fo r American s" I I I 21
30 Th e Su p reme Co u rt I I I 26
31
as an Agen t o f Ch an ge
Time Bo mbs I I I 28
32 Po st -Co n st it u t io n al I I I 31
America
I I I 34 33 Fift h Est at e -
o r Fift h Co l u mn ?
I I I 36 34 CO NTR At emp s in t h e NSC .
35 Twist o ry o f Hist o ry I I I 39
36 Keep Ch ip p in g Away I I I 4 1
ONTHEROADTOREVOLUTION
- 2 2 - GetFirstUnderstanding
"Takenoman'swordagainstevidence,norimplicitlyadopt
thesentimentsofotherswhomaybedeceivedthemselves,ormay
beinterestedindeceiving u s . . . "
-JohnAdams
BostonGazette,1763
Thematerielpresentedinthistomeisonlyafractionofthe
informationneededtobegintomeetthehercu leanchallengesconfronting
anywhowou ldimmobilizetheforcesbehindthedestru ctionofcivilization
astheworldhasknownit . Whatisofferedhereisintendedtoprovidea
startingpointforamoreprodu ctiveoppositiontotherevolu tion .
Whilewecanofferou revalu ationofthesitu ation,andpresentsomeof
thestepswebelievemu stbetaken,onlyyou ,fellowAmerican
- , canbethe
arbiterandthecatalystforanycou nteroffensive .
Inanycase,thefirststeptowardanysu chobjectivemu stbe
recognitionofthetru enatu reofthestru gglewhichhasconvu lsedthe
worldatanacceleratingpacethispasthu ndredyears .
Amajorerrorpromotedbytheprotagonistsoftherevolu tionisthe
natu reofthebattle . Itisnotagainst'commu nism',nor'socialism',nor
anyoftheseveralconceptswhichhaveengrossedthepu blicinthepast .
Thisbattleisagainstamachiavellianschemeto u su rpdominion -toalter
theveryessenceofthelivesofallmankind . Itis,in'fact,abattlefor
themindsofmen . Omittingthatfactfromanystrategycreatedtomeetthe
challengedoomsanyhopeofrealizationofsu ccessagainsttheforcesnow
engagedinsweepingeveryvestigeofself-determinationoffthefaceofthe
earth .
Thefirstorderofbu sinessmu stberecognitionofthealmost
u nrestrainedpenetrationofestablishedconcept . Whiletheproblemsloom
largeonaworldwidefront,recognitionofthesou rceofthosepenetrations
willinevitablytracebacktomanipu lationwhichhasdisru pted
neighborhoodseverywhere,sothenextstepisforeachindividu alto
examinetheevidencesofthatpenetrationinhisowncommu nity,become
familiarwiththeprogramsbeingimplemented,andthen,begintospreadhis
u nderstanding .
Solongasthereisacceptanceofanypremisethattheroadaheadleads
toanyformofpoliticalorganizationotherthanserfdom,thereisminimal
possibilityofrou singsu fficientresistancetotheschemefortransferring
dominiontothisself-appointedcabalnowru shingtowardtheirgoal .
TheworldaspaintedbyGeorgeOrwellinhisdefinitivebook"1984"is
theworldasitwillbe . Theformofthatworldisalreadytakingshape,as
theexamplescitedheretru lyshow
. Weignoreatou rperilthewarning
Orwellgave .
Controlmu stbewrestedfromtheexistingpowerstru ctu re,andthe
eradicationofthatcontrolmu stbegininthemindofeveryhu manbeingwho
treasu resindividu alliberty . Recognitionthatthesemegalomaniacsdohave
aweaponmorepowerfu lthananyconventionalarsenalsprovideisofthe
essence .
Defu singthatweaponhastobeginwitheachindividu al . Oncepersonal
recognitionofthealteredconceptwhichpermitsu seofthatweaponis
achieved,thenextstepmu stbetospreadthatrecognitiontoeveryperson
inone'sorbitwhosharesthebasichu manu rgeforself-determination .
IntheUnitedStates,thegoalmu stbetoretu rntothepolitical
systemprovidedintheConstitu tion
. Thatwillnotbeeasy,bu titcanbe
doneifthereisenou ghresistancetoholdtheaggressorsatthepresent
lineofbattlewhile
itis beingaccomplished . Untilthatobjectivecan,be
achieved,itisvitalthateveryAmerican*nowinofficewhocanbereached
ismadeawareofhisresponsibilitytopreserveanddefendtheelementsof
thatpoliticalsystem .
Abasicrequ irementisrethinking,individu ally,one'spolitical
responsibility . IntheUnitedStates,everycitizen,nativeorvolu ntary,
isapoliticalbeing,simplybyvirtu eofthatcitizenship
. Whenpolitics
arelefttopoliticians,thesilvercordtyingthecitizentohis
birthrightissevered
. Whenthebestpossiblecandidatesfor
representationrejectpu blicservice
- forwhateverreason -thevoidcan
be(andu su ally is)
filledwithpeoplewithavestedinterestnot
necessarilysu pportiveofthegovernmentprovidedintheConstitu tion
- nor
oftheinterestsofhisfellowcitizens .
Thatthereisstillroomformovingincu mbentswasproveninthe
matterofincreasingthesalariesofCongress . EventhoseAmericanswhodo
notyetknowthelongrangegoaloftherevolu tionariescanbeenlistedto
opposesu chacynicalmove
. Theidiocyofclaiming,afterhavingspent
billionsofdollarstowinseatsontheWashingtonmerry-go-rou nd,thatthe
victorscou ldnotaffordtositthere,rou sedahornet'snestwhichcou ld
notbedenied .
Manyofthesearethesame"legislators"whovotedtoconfiscate
seniors'COLAs(costoflivingallowances) topayfortheincreasedcosts
oftheirmedicalneeds
. Istherenoshameamongtheperpetratorsofthis
frau d?Itwou ldnotbetoohardtofindou t,ifthevictimsoftheMedicare
scamimitatedthestrategyu sedtostopthepayraise
. Bu toncemore,the
determinationtoachieveestablishmentobjectivespermittedtheraise
anyway
. Itwasbrou ghttotheflooragain,andpassedsanshearings,sans
objection,sansanyvisibleconcernthatthepu blicwillmakethem
accou ntablewhentheycomeu pforelectionagain .
Thissitu ationgoestotheheartofthepoliticalsystemofthis
cou ntry
. UndertheConstitu tion,Congressiselectedtorepresentthe
nationalinterestsofthepeopleintheirdistricts
. Bybecomingresidents
oftheWashingtonarea,thosepeoplewe'elect'movetheirinterestfrom
thelocaldistricttothedomainoftherevolu tionaries
. Theybecome
visitors in theirdistricts,withlittletimeoropportu nitytokeep
abreastofthewishesofthepeoplewhoelectedthem . Theybecome,
instead,minionsofthecliqu enowdirectingtheiractivity . Tosome
degree,thisisalsotru eofthosesenttoStatecapitols .
Infartoomanycases,thepeoplewhoseekofficearefinancedby
ou tsideinterests,becau setheydonotreceivecapaignfu ndsfrom,nor
enjoytheconfidenceof,thosewhowillbevoting
. Thisishowthe
situ ation,constantlydecried,developswherethechoiceofcandidatesis
"thelesseroftwoevils" .
Pressu resfromtheseou tsidesou rceshaveatellingeffectonthose
electedatthelocallevel
. Unlessthosewhoofferforofficedosowith
thesu pportofthosetheyshou ldrepresent,theresu ltispredictable .
Atsomepointintime,theremu stbeginarollbackofthetimeelected
officialsspendawayfromthegrassroots . Untilthattimecomes,howmu ch
betteritwou ldbetorequ irelegislatorstomaintaintheirfamiliesamong
theirownpeople,evenifitmeansseparationfromthemforperiodsof
time .
Themoneyrequ estedto"maintainhomes"inWashingtoncou ldbetterbe
appliedtoprovidingtravelbacktotheirdistricts . Thiswou ldgive
MembersofCongressasmu chtimewiththeirfamiliesasmanytraveling
salesmen,forinstance,have ;encou ragecontactwiththeirconstitu ents ;
anddiscou ragecontinu ingthelongsessionsofCongresswhichpresently
providetheopportu nityforextendingtherevolu tionthrou ghmanipu lation
ofthedecision-makingprocessbytherevolu tionaries,whopresentlyhave
moreaccesstoelectedofficialsthanthosetheyareclaimingto
represent
.
ThisconceptalsoappliestothoseelectedtoStateoffice .
Thenextstepistoencou ragethoselocalofficialswhoarereceptiveto
thepleasofthosewhoelectedthem,tocu toffsu pportfromthe
revolu tionaryagentsofchangewhopresentlyarereceivingpu blicmoniesto
continu etheirrevolu tionaryactivity . Thismeansthedu espaidtoanyand
every1313body,aswellasremovingtheopportu nitygivento1313to
brainwashlocalofficialswhonowattendtheirschoolsforsu bversion
called"meetings"todiscu ss'localproblems' . Howmu chbettertheirtime
wou ldbespent,discu ssinglocalproblemswiththosebu rdenedbythe
problems!
Whilethisisbeingdone,citizensshou ldbemakingplanstoobtainthe
consentofthebestmenandwomenintheircommu nitiestoru nforofficein
thenextelection . Itcannotbestressedstronglyenou ghthatthegreatest
pu blicserviceAmericancitizenscanperformistorepresenttheirfellow
citizens . Servinginappointedpositionsforwhateverpu rposedoesnot
comparewithbeingtheofficialvoiceofthecommu nity
Whenthisisdone,twoyearsisallitwilltaketobegindestru ction
oftherevolu tionaryreplacementsforou rfederalstru ctu re,andto
immobilizethemachineryofforeignpolicywhileitisbeingreconstru cted
tofortifytheinterestsoftheUnitedStates .
Simplistic?Yes . Bu tcomplexproblemsdonotnecessarilyrequ ire
complexsolu tions .
Unlesssu chsimplestepsasthesearetaken,thereisnowaythe
revolu tionaryassau ltcanbemetwithanyrealistichopeofreversingits
progress .
Addenda :
"Americans" -
citizensoftheUnitedStatesofAmericawho
holdtheConstitu tiontobethearbiterofallpoliticalaction
inthiscou ntry,asopposedto"internationalists",citizenswho
wanttheConstitu tionrevisedtoprovideentryintoaWorld
Government .
Foradditionalinformationon1313seeSectionV - "Conqu est
byConsent"
ONTHEROADTOREVOLUTION - 2 3 -
I'dRatherbeRight
Americansarereelingfromthebarrageofwordswhichdailyassau lt
themoneveryfront
. Anever-mou ntingwaragainsttradition istakingits
toll,aschaosfollowsconfu sion in thewakeoferroneu ou sinformationand
alteredconceptswhichassu methemantleoftru thbysteadyrepetition . In
theconfu sion,eventhosewhodoknowbetterfindthemselvesaccepting
strange"democratic"formsofgovernmentfu nction .
'Democracy'isservedbyopinionpolls,citizenscommitteesand
commissions,protestandsu pportactivities,andahostofother
techniqu es . Allaredestru ctiveofrepresentation .
Opinionpollsarethecu rrentpromotion,ju stashoolahoopsonceswept
thecou ntry
. Pollsmakeabou tasmu chsenseastoolsfordeterminingthe
directionanationshalltakeasthehoopswou ldhave .
Whatshallbedoneabou tnu clearpower?AsktheMan in theStreet
. Iie
hasreceivedhisvastknowledgeofthesu bjectfromsomehalfvastradical,
whohasbeenlionizedintoanationalfigu rebythekeptnewsmedia,so,of
cou rseHEisan'expert' . Su bstitu tefornu clearpoweranycomplicated
problemoftoday,andtheansweristhesame . AsktheManintheStreet .
Legislativepollsareaspinoff,andanimportantone,oftheopinion
gatheringstrategy . Itisararecongresspersonorsenatorwhodoesn't
demonstratehisdeep-seateddesireto"represent"hisconstitu encybya
more-or-lessregu larqu estionnaire . Nomatterthatthequ estionsare
mass-produ ced,manyequ ivocal,mostdesignedtoelicitapredetermined
response . Noneaddressthetru lyvitalissu esinvolvedinou rdailylives .
Nomatterthat facts abou tthesu bjectu nderscru tinyarenotinclu ded .
Thou sandsofdedicatedAmericansdu tifu llypondertheweightymattersfor
whichtheirreactionissolicited,and,witharighteou sconvictionthat
theyareperformingacivicresponsibility,theyfillthelittleboxeswith
appropriateX's,andfiretheiropinionofftothesou rceofthequ iz .
Littletheyknowoftherapaciou scompu ters,scientificallyprogrammed
toacceptthesefreelygivenresponses,tou seforotherthanthestated
pu rposes .
AsacaseinpointofthewillingnessoftheAmericanpeopletoaccept
thelegitimacyof"polls",this : Arecentpu blicopinionpollpu rportedto
showthatfu lly45%ofthosepolledconsideredthemselvestobe"rightof
center",politically . Ofthis45%,16%claimedtobe"su bstantially
right",and8%allowedthattheywere"farright" .
Thepolldidnottellthemwhere"center"was,anditdidnottryto
determinewhetherornotthatwasknown . Bu t,ofcou rse, everyone knows
what"right" is, right?Well,no . Everyonedoesnot,becau semanyhave
acceptedthepropagandizedconceptof"right",andtheequ ated
"conservative" .
Itwou ldbemoretothepointtobeginsu chapollbyaskingAmericans
where"center"was . Havingdonethat,theresu ltofthepoll,which
conclu dedthatthiscou ntryisexperiencinga"shifttotheright"wou ld
havesomevalidity,andtheeffortsoftheDailyBrainwashcou ldbe
neu tralizedtosomeextent,asthepoliticosshiftedintohighgearforthe
qu adrennialpersonalitycontesttoselectMr . America .
Wasthat"shifttotheright"fromthelefttowardthecenter?Orfrom
thecentertowardtheright?Theanswertothisisvitaltothe47%
mentionedinthepoll,tothe16%,andthe8%,bu tequ allytotheother
53% . Andthegreatglobe,itself .
Because, myfriendsandfoes,ifthecenteristhelimitedgovernment
suppliedbytheConstitutionoftheseUnitedStates,andthatshiftisfrom
thelefttowardthatcenter,then itis right .Butifitisfromthe
centertotheright,that'swrong .
Because"farleft"istotalitariandictatorship,towardwhichthe
self-proclaimedenemiesofourlegitimategovernmenthavebeensteering
thisShipofStateforthesemanyyears,andthe"farright"isanarchy
.
Movingfromtheforcedmarchintoaproposedtotallymanagedandcontrolled
society,towardthesanityofbalancedpowerscarefullymaintained,isa
rationaldirectiontotake
.Movingawayfromthatlegitimatecenteris
lessthansane .Itismoreliketreason .
Wouldn'tYOUratherberightoncenter?
ONTHEROADTOREVOLUTION
- 2 4 -
AlltheWorldaStage
Thosewhoreadonlygeneralcirculationoutletscannotknowthe
specificsoftheworldwiderevolution
.The"massmedia"makesnoattempt
toprovideeitherin-depthorsequentialreportsoneventswhichare
transformingtheUnitedStatesofAmericafromaConstitutionalRepublic
intoanadministrativedictatorship,letalonethoseeventsaffectingother
countries .
Onewouldneverknow,fromnewsreports,thatthoseeventsare
preparingtheamalgamationofaworldconglomerateofequalizedstates
-
oncesovereignnations
-
meldedintoasingle,manageableunit .
Thisisrevolution,onascaleneverevenenvisagedbeforenow
.
Haditnotbeenforthefewremainingindependentlocalpapers
;even
fewerspecialtyweeklyormonthlyoutlets,createdtofillthegapleftby
thedemiseofnonconformingmajornewssources
;adwindlingnumberof
radioandTVprogramsdedicatedtohardnews
;andasmatteringof
pamphleteers,carryingoninthetraditionofThomasPaine,therevolution
wouldhavebeenoverlongsince,andtheworldwouldneverhaveknownwhat
happened .Asitis,ahandfulofhardysouls,undauntedbytheodds,have
keptthespotlightturnedoncharactersandactivitybehindthecharade
holdingcenterstage,andthedramaisnotyetover .
AdultAmericans,whoseonlybackgroundinpolitico/socio/economic
mattershasbeensuppliedbythepublicschoolsandthemassmediaduring
thepastfiftyyearshaveadistinctdisadvantageinseekinganswers,for
theyhavebeendeniedvitalinformation,andgivendistortedversionsof
muchofhistory .
Toanuninformedpublic,baffledbyeventswhichmakenosense,a
seemingcontinuityexists,butashadowofunrealityhangsoverthe
socio/politicalscene
.Thatshadowisevidencedinproblemsneversolved
;
in'solutions'whichcreatemoreproblems ;inaperceiveddeteriorationof
alltheprovenvalues,methodsandinstitutions .
Representativegovernmentappearstobefunctioning,but,behindthe
scenes,a"scientificbureaucracy"hasbeencreated :"adisciplined
organizationofofficials . . . appointedbyrepresentativebodiesof
diminishingimportance,andcomingatlasttobethe workingcontrol" ( of
theState) .*
Examplesofthe"workingcontrol"aboundinthereportsofthose
limitedcirculationpapersjustmentioned .Thelinksbetweenlocalmoves,
andstateaction ;betweenbothoreitheroftheseandthefederal
initiatives,areexposedandexplainedthere
- but not
inthe'massmedia'
.
Knowledgeofthisinformationaboutthecollaborationbetweengovernment
departmentsisvital,inanyattempttodefusethisrevolution .
Occasionally,the"disciplinedorganizationofofficials"* movesin
waysthatdefydetection,evenbythemostwatchfulmonitors .Itwasso,
.whenthecontrolsystem,designedtomanageandinstitutionalizethe
programsofthe'scientificbureaucracy',waswrittenintothescript .
InitiatedinthelatesixtiesbyagentsoftheRockefeller-created
"1313"conglomerate( ofwhich,morelater),aprogramtosubornthe
sovereignStatesofWisconsin,Vermont,NewYork,MichiganandCalifornia
intoactingasstandinsfortheother4 5States,whilestrategies,tactics
andtechniqueswereperfectedtopenetratetherest,wasincubatedat
GeorgeWashingtonUniversity,underablanketofsecrecy
.Thiswasthe
infamous"5-5-5Project"
.Subtitled"ImplementingPPB in
FiveStates,Five
CitiesandFiveCounties",theProjectwasnotdoneunderlegislative
approval
.
Legislatorswerenottold ( in
California,atleast)thattheirState,
byExecutivefiat,wasactingasa"pilotproject"inanunprecedented,
untriedexperiment
.Theyweremanipulatedintoapprovinga"management
system",bypassingseeminglyinnocuousbills,purportedlymandatinganew
methodof"budgetingandaccounting",whichwere,
in fact,mandatingThe
Planning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSystem( PPBS)
.ThePPBSisthe
revolutionarystrategytoassuremanagementandcontroloftheworldwide
hegemony .
Whatisclearnow,butwasn'tthen,isthatthis"project"wasstaged
likeoneofHollywood'sspectaculars
.Thelegislatorswerehandedthe
script,andreadtheirparts,asdirected
.Ifanyofthemrecognizedtheir
newroleassubordinatestothe"disciplinedorganizationofofficials",
nonerosetoprotest - and,inCalifornia,onlyonedissentinglegislative
voicewaseverheardbeyondtheconfinesoftheStateCapitol
.
Andthemassmediamadenowavesaboutthisperversionoftheirvaunted
"democraticprocess" .
AtthelocallevelinCalifornia,trainedchangeagentswerealready
jumpingthegun,preparinglocaldistrictsforthenewagewhentheywould
bethebattlelinetroops,handlingthetransitionintosystematic
control .
Thescriptcalledfor"dataprocessing",toprovide"fiscal
accountability"fortheState,andan"advisorycommission",toformulatea
"budgetingandaccountingsystem"fortheschools .Thelegislatorsin
California,forexample,withonlyonedissent,obedientlypassedtheir
responsibilitytoprotecttheintegrityoftheStateintothewaitinghands
ofthe"scientificbureaucracy" .InthebillwhichrequiredtheStateto
install"dataprocessing",therewasalsoamandateforthePPBSystem .In
likemanner,thebillcreatingtheAdvisoryCommissionforeducationalso
carriedthatmandate .
ThesetwobillsemanatedfromtheExexcutiveOffice -
thenoccupiedby
RonaldWilsonReagan-
withamandatory"dopass" .Andpasstheydid - in
arecordthreeweekstime .
InthebillfortheStategovernmentinCalifornia,thelegislature
delegated allauthority
todevelopTheSystemtotheeagerstandins,
waitinginthewings .IntheSchoolbill,theyextendedthe"scientific
bureaucracy"beyondthegovernment,andintounidentifiedprivatehands,by
givingtheCommissionauthoritytohireunspecified"consultants"todothe
work .
Hadtheyplayedthepartforwhichtheywerehired,the
legislators
wouldhaveconductedthehearingstheCommissionheld in theirstead,and
thisplaywouldneverhavebeenstaged,forthenthelegislatorswouldhave
knownwhatwasplanned,andsurelywouldn'thaveapprovedit
.Asitwas,
theydelegatedtheir lawful
rolestoappointedsubstitutes,andillegally
gaveTHEMauthoritytohireanexternalagencywhichjusthappenedtohave
avestedinterestinTheSystem!
MarilynFerguson,inher"AquarianConspiracy"identifiedtheChairman
oftheCaliforniaAssemblyEducationCommittee,JohnVasconcellos( who
playedaleadingroleinimplementingthePPBprogramfortheschools),as
aNewAgecollaborator .
Tobringanendtothistragicfarce,thecurtainsmustbeopenedwide,
theprosceniumbared,andtheentirestrategyexposedforwhat
itis -a
carefullystage-managedproduction .
Toaccomplishthis,anumberofthingsmustbedone,withallpossible
speed .
First,andmostimportant,isforallresistorstobesurethatthey
knowandunderstandthestrategiesbeingusedbythemanipulatorsofthe
"scientificbureaucracy"
.Thisbookisintendedtobearefreshercourse
forthosewhoalreadyunderstandstrategiesandtactics
;aprimerforthose
whodon't
.Hopefully,thiswillencourageexaminationofwaysandmeansto
makethosestrategiesworkfortheresistance
.
ADDENDUM :
'solutions'=hegelianstrategy
:determineagoal ;
createaproblem ;offerthenewgoalasa'solution'
.
RECOMMENDEDREADING :
* "NewWorldsforOld" - H .G .Wells,MacMillan,1908
"ExperimentinAutobiography" - ibid,192 5
"ImplementingPPBinState,City,County
- AReporton
the5-5-5Project" - GeorgeWashingtonUniversity,State,
LocalFinanceProject,1969
.
"TheBrassCheck" -
UptonSinclair,self-pub .1917
"PrejudiceandthePress"
- FrankHughes,DevinAdair
1950
ONTHEROADTOREVOLUTION
- 2 5 -
AConspiracyofSilence
Gradually,withageneralawakeningoftheAmericanpeople,acornerof
theblanketofconspiracywhichhashiddenthehandsresponsibleforthe
redirectionofworldaffairsforalmostacentury,isbeinglifted
.
Theevidenceofaseditiousconspiracyhasbeenatissueforalmost
thatlong,as,fromtimetotime,oneoranotherofitsmanifestationshave
causedarippleofalarm
.
TheEstablishmentimageofFranklinRooseveltwassoeffectiveit
precludedacceptanceofthevalidityofchargesmadeagainsthimthroughout
hisseveraladministrations
-
includingthemostseriousone,thathe
plannedtoinvolvethiscountryinworldwar2 ,and,infactdidso
.
ThesamewastrueofWoodrowWilson,andthefirst"worldwar"
.Strong
evidencethatboththesewarswere
arranged
tofurtherthedesignofan
integrated"worldorder",plannedbyagroupofidentifiableconspirators,
hasneverbeen satisfactorily
researched,examined,reported,anddealt
with .
DeterminedAmericans,atgreatpersonalrisk,haveconsistently,over
theyears,decriedthemanifestationofaclearandpresentdangertotheir
lawfulgovernmentandtheirindividualliberties
.
ThePress,withasinglevoice,leadsthepackbayingattheheelsof
thosesobrashastoattempttoresisttheconspirators'Plans .
"Obstructionist"and"extremist"aresomeofthemilderepithetsappliedto
patriotswhofightback .
Astheconspiracyhasflourishedandbornefruit,ithasbeenevermore
difficultforitspromoterstodenyitsexistence
.Evidencecontinuesto
multiplywhichsupportsthetheorythat"thecommunistthreat"is,infact,
anotherfabricationoftheEstablishmentschemers
.Certainly,"communism"
hasservedtheircausewell,inmanyways .
TheoverthrowoftheRussiangovernmentin1917providedonecountry
afteranotherinwhichtoinitiatepilotprogramstotesttheoriesof
control
."Communism"becameanexcuseforextendedandescalating
distributionofAmerica'sbountyallovertheworld
.Inthiscountry,
"communism"producedscapegoatsonwhomtoplacetheblameforthe
treasonousmovesnecessarytotakecontrolhere .
Theincrediblesituationvisavistheexecutionforsubversionofthe
Rosenbergs,viewedagainstthewitnessofGeorgeRaceyJordantothe
actionsofthegovernmenttheRosenbergs"betrayed",givesahorrendous
perspectiveoftheconspiracy .Ontheonehand,theRosenbergssent
militaryinformationtotheSoviet"enemy" ;ontheother,Jordantestified
thatthegovernmentwhichfoundthemguiltywassendingmilitary
informationandmateriel( includingthatneededtomakeuseofthe
informationsentbytheRosenbergs),tothesame"enemy" - ongovernment
planes,atpublicexpense!
Equallyincredible,andevenmorehideous,istherecordoftheVietnam
obscenityinwhichAmerica'ssons,husbands,andfatherswereslaughtered
andmaimedbythehundredsofthousands,whilethegovernment,whichsent
themtothatbloodbath,suppliedthemwithfaultymateriel,deniedthemthe
goalofvictory,andsentweapons,tools,foodandtechnologythroughthe
Sovietaparattothe"enemy"theyfought .
Withthecapabilityforsuchcrimesagainstajustgovernmentand
mankind,itself,canitbesuccessfullyarguedthatthepresentincumbent
oftheUnitedStatesPresidencycouldnotplaceambitionabovethe
interestsofthoseheissupposedtoserve?IsitsafetoassumethatTHIS
( oranyfuture)incumbentisincapableofsuchtreachery?Orthat
conspiratorswouldnotusesuchagutissueasthat,tofurthertheir
goal?
TheonlypossibleprotectionforAmericansnow,istorejectthe
conspiratorsstrategy,and repudiate ANYwhoaspiretotheExecutiveOffice
ineitherofthemajorParties .Concentrationontakingbacktheseatsin
governmentoverwhichcitizenscanexercisecontrolistheonlyrouteto
frustratingtheconspirators'Plans .
BydenyingsupporttoaspirantstotheExecutiveOffice,andpresenting
amassiveresponsetoConstitutionalrepresentatives,Americanscanbest
demonstratetheirdeterminationtosupportanddefendtheirlawful
government .
RecommendedReading :
"FromMajorJordan'sDiaries"GeorgeRaceyJordan,USA'ret .
Bookmailer,1959
ONTHEROADTOREVOLUTION
- 2 6 - ThePoliticsofChange
Inanyproduction,behindtheactorsseenonstage,thereisacrewof
'hands' -
the"advanceman",inchargeofpropaganda,promotionandrelated
matters ;theproducers
;scriptwriters ;setdesigners
;sceneryhandlers ;
costumers
;stagehands ;electricians ;"props"
;andtheubiquitous"backers"
or"angels"
- themoneypeople .
Inthereallifedramaontheworldstagetoday,parallelpositions
areknownaspublicists ;consultants
;planners ;aides ;directors ;
facilitators ;changeagents,andgenerally,"experts" .And,ofcourse,the
ubiquitousfinanciers - whomayormaynotbeYOU .
Sometimes,thecurtainspartenoughtoallowafleetingglimpseofthe
'hiddenhands'behindthesceneswhichpreparetheproductionforpublic
viewing .Whenthis'happens',well-trainedstagehandsquicklyclosethe
curtain,andanywatcherswhonotetheactionandattempttodescribeit
aregiventounderstandthattheydidn'tseeit,becausetherewasnothing
tosee .Intherealworld,thisisknownasa"coverup" .
SuchwasthenatureoftheexposureofthePlanning,Programmingand
BudgetingSystem .Itsexistencewasdenied,itsnamewaschanged,its
capabilitywasdisguised,andtherestwassilence .
Such,too,wasthepolicypaperknownasThePoliticsofChange
( TPOC) .
Oneofthetacticsoftherevolutionariesistorespondinsilence,
whentheyreceiveatellingblow .Itsometimesworksagainstthem,when
theydothat,andthematterofthisdocument"TPOC"wasonesuch
incident .
IhadbeenreceivingtheoutputfromtheCaliforniaCouncilon
IntergovernmentalRelations( CCIR)forsometime,whenIwentbeforethe
Governor'sTaskForceonLocalGovernmentReform,topresenttestimony
againstCCIRandtheStatemeddlinginlocalgovernmentaffairs .Aftermy
appearancethere,theCIRreportsstoppedcomingtomymailbox
.I
complainedtotheirstaffaboutit,butcouldnotgetthemtoreinstateme
asarecipient
.SoIwenttoaStateSenator,andtoldhimmyproblem
.He
calledtheCIRoffice,andtoldthemIwastobereinstatedasarecipient,
andthatIwouldbeovertopickupthedocumentsIhadn'treceived
.When
Igotthere,Iwasusheredintotheofficeofthepersonincharge,who
apologizedprofuselyforanyinconvenienceIhadsuffered,andtoldthe
secretarytoseethatIhadwhateverdocumentstheyhad,whichIhadnot
received
.
Theywerejustmovingintoabignewoffice,andtherewerehugeboxes
ofmaterialstillnotputaway
.Thegirlstartedshowingmewhatwas
there,goingtoeachboxinturn,andhandingmeacopyofitscontent
.I
selectedthosewhichIhadnotreceived
.Inoticed,though,thattherewas
oneboxnearherdesk,whichshestudiouslyavoided
.Whenwehadfinished
checkingtheotherboxes,Iaskedherforacopyoftheminutesofthelast
CIRmeeting,andshehadtogointoanotherroomtogetthem
.Whileshe
wasgone,Iidlypickeduponeofthedocumentsfromtheboxshehadnot
lookedinto
.Itwastitled"ThePoliticsofChangeinLocalGovernment
Reform"( betterknownnowasTPOC)
."LocalGovernmentReform"wasthename
ofthegameatthattime,soIaddedittomystack
.( Iwassupposedto
haveanythingIhadnotreceived,andIsurehadnotreceivedthat!)
Sothatwasonetimewhentheywouldhavebeenbetteroff,iftheyhad
justcontinuedsendingmethepublicmaterial
.ForTPOCwascertainlynever
intendedtobeseenbysuchasme
.Itwasatextbookonmindcontrol
techniques -
anappallingnegationoftheprincipleofself-government,as
ittold'publicservants'howtouse"thepoliticsofchange"toobtain
programswhichthecitizensdidnotwant
.
AfterIhadstudiedthatdocumentwhichhadcomeintomyhandsso
fortuitously,Iwasatalossastowhattodowithit
.Thefirststepwas
suggestedbythedocumentitself,becauseitincludedthree"casestudies"
ofsituations in
Californiawhereuseofthestrategiesitprovided"to
bringaboutchangeinlocalgovernmentstructures"wasdiscussed
.Twoof
thosecaseswerealreadyhistory,butthethirdconcernedamatterof
SacramentoCityandCountyConsolidation( C/C/C),wherethesetechniques
werethenbeingusedtocreateasingleentity,neithercitynorcounty,
butahashofboth .
Nowlistenup,allyouwhomightthinkIpresstoohardforelectionof
representatives .
Itjustsohappenedthattherewasonerepresentativeon
theSacramentoCityCouncil,SandraSmoley,whohadbeenfightinga
courageousbutlonelybattleagainstconsolidation
.Ididnotknowher
personally,soIarrangedfortheTPOCdocumenttobetakentoherbya
mutuallytrustedally,andsheblewthewhistleonthe'hands'usingTPOC
toreconstructhercity
.ThankstoSandraSmoley,Sacramento
City-County-Comsolidated( C/C/C)wasdefeatedforthattime
.
SupposeSandraSmoleyhadnotbeenelectedtothatseatontheCouncil
.
Wouldtherehavebeenadifferentresult?
Let'slookatanotherelectedofficial,thisonea'politician',
sometimemayorofOakland,California,JohnC .Houlihan .AsMayorof
Oakland,HoulihangaveaninterviewtotheOaklandTribunein1966, in
whichhestatedthathewouldbereadytostepasideasMayor,if
"fullblowngovernmentreform"wasimplementedstatewide .Such'reform , he
said,woulddoawaywithMayors ;itwouldalsodoawaywith"cities,
counties,districts,andboardsofsupervisors",andhepredictedthatthis
wouldcometopassbeforetheturnofthecentury- possiblybythe1980s .
MrHoulihandidnothavetowaitforhispredictiontocometrueto
"stepaside" .Laterin1966hewastakentocourt,forlootingtheestate
ofanelderlywidow,forwhomhewasconservator
.Staunchlymaintaining
hisinnocence,heresignedhisofficeunderfire .Butwhenheappearedin
court,heenteredasurprisepleaof"guilty",andwassent`toprison .
Nowtheplotthickens .JohnC .HoulihanwasExecutiveDirectorofThe
InstituteforSelfGovernmentatBerkeley, in January,1974 ,whenTPOCwas
issued .OnNovember17,1974 ,theSanDiegoUnionreportedthathehad
beengranteda"fullandunconditionalpardon"byGovernorReaganforhis
crime .

Soapparentlyhewasoutonparole,atthetimeheparticipated in
theproductionofthisdocumentwhichwasdesignedtobeatooltobuild
thatgovernmentalstructurewhichhehadpredictedalmosttenyears
before!
Houlihanisaclassicexampleofapolitician,asopposedtoa
representative .
ThesecondstepItookregardingTPOCwastoaskfortimeatthenext
.meetingoftheCIR,tochallengetheMemberstorepudiatethisdocument,
whichlistedtheCIRasasponsor .
WhilewaitingtohearfromCIR,ItooktheTPOCdocumenttomyCounty
Supervisor,andheshareditwiththeElDoradoBoard,withtheresultthat
theypassedaResolutioncondemningsuchpracticesgenerally,andTPOCin
particular .ThatResolutionwassenttoeverypersonofinterestinvolved
at
theStatelevel,everyCountyBoardofSupervisorsinCalifornia,and
eventuallywasreprintedinanumberofnewslettersandafewlocalpapers
andthusfoundnationaldistribution
.Tomyknowledgenootheractionwas
evertakenagainstthestrategiesrecommendedinTPOC
.
InmytestimonytoCIR,Ireadportionsofthattextbookforchange,
suchastheonewhichcalledfortheuseofchangeagentstomanipulate
publicopinionandto"mislead,coerceandinhibittherightsofcitizens"
todecidewhatchangestheywantintheirlocalgovernment( quotefromthe
EDCoResolution)
.IaskedforaresponseastowhetherornottheMembers
oftheCIRBoardwereawarethatthisdocumentwasputout in theirname,
andwhethertheyapprovedoftheuseofsuchtactics .Theresponsewas -
silence .NotoneofthetwentyorsoMembersspokeup .
WhenthenextCCIRminutesarrived,theysimplysaidthatIhadspoken
againstlocalgovernmentreform .Iwroteanddemandedacorrectionofthe
minutesfromtheChair,andaminorcorrectionwasmade,butnomentionof
thenatureofthematerialIprotestedwasincluded .Iwroteagain,and
repeatedmydemandforanaccuratereflectionofmytestimony,andreceived
anoncommittalreply .IthenwrotetomyStateSenator .Noreply .Ithen
wrotetothegovernor( Reagan),andsenthima copy ofmytestimony,copies
ofthelettersmentionedabove,andrequestedactionfromhim .Noreply .
Silence .
Itisofinteresttonotethat,whenacitizenwrotetotheInstitute
inBerkeleyforacopyofTPOC,theresponsewasthatthatreporthadbeen
'compiled'attherequestoftheCaliforniaCouncilonCriminalJustice,
andwasnot'published',buthadbeensenttothesuccessoragency,the
OfficeofCriminalJusticePlanning( OCJP) .Thecitizenwastolditwould
cost$8
.00toreproducethemanuscriptandmailit .
Now,therearetwointerestingthingsaboutthat .ONE - in the
ForewordtoTPOC,itstatesthatitwascompiledunderacontractwiththe
OfficeofIntergovernmentManagement,incoordinationwithCCIRandthe
Governor'sOffice .Makeofthatwhatyouwill
.AndthenthereisTWO -
theboxwhichcontainedtheTPOCdocumentswasintheCIRoffice,NOTOCJP .
Thecontainerwashumongous -
anditwashalf full .Or halfempty,ifyou
like
.Makeofthatwhatyouwill .
Itis
importantforallcitizenstoknowthatCalifornia'sTPOCisnot
anisolatedinstance
.Therearethinktanksalloverthecountry,applying
themselvestomassbehaviormodificationtechniquessuchasthis,andthe
evidenceoftheuseofsuchstrategiesisincreasing
.Itis
simply
amazing
thatsolittlenoticehasbeentakenofwhatthesewould-bemanipulators
aredoing
.UncoveringTPOCwasapureandsimplehappenstance
.But
thousandsofchangeagentsarebeingpreparedinourinstitutionsofhigher
educationtocontinuedevelopingthispsywartechnique,andthatisno
accident .
Whydoyousupposenoneofthosebeingtrainedtocontroltheir
fellowmanprotest?
Whynorecognitionofthedangersinherentinchangeagentry,whichhas
becomeanintegralpartofgovernmentaction,withelectedofficials
attendingseminarsatpublicexpensetolearnhowtogettheirconstituents
toacceptprogramsneitherwantedorneeded?
RecommendedReading :
CityCountyConsolidationJohnA
.Rush,Selfpublished,
194 1
.
ONTHEROADTOREVOLUTION
- 2 7 -
TheWretchedRefuse
EmmaLazaruswasborninNewYork,ofsephardicJewishparents
.Early
inlife,shefellawayfromthefaithofherfathers,anddisplayedno
interestinreligionfortherestofherdays
.
WhentheSovietpogromsbeganandfoundanecho
in thestreetsofNew
York,LazarustookuptheCause,andbecamearadicalmilitant
.Shewas
advocatinganationalJewishStateinPalestine,tenyearsbeforethe
modern'Zionist'movementbegan
.Itwasatthistimethatsheauthored
"TheNewColossus",fortheCausewhichbroughttheStatueofLibertyto
NewYorkHarbor .
Saveforoneshortpassagereferringto"slavetrade",theUnited
StatesConstitutionwassilentonthematterofimmigration,properly
leavingthisissuetotheCongresstoworktheirwill,asneedmight
require
.Formanyyears,freeimmigrationwasencouraged,andtheUnited
Stateswasthedebtortomenandwomenofcourage,whosoughttherewards
promisedtogoodcitizensunderitsgovernment
.
Bymid-nineteenthcentury,theradicalmovementsonthecontinentbegan
tomestastasize,andAmericanlibertybecameamagnetforthosealien
ideologies
.Whilesomenativeshere,likeLazarus,abusedtheirprivileges,
nothingcouldbedoneaboutthat,undertheFirstAmendment
.Theradical
influxfromabroad,however,wasopentointervention,whichwasnotlong
incoming .
WithLazarus'pleato"send"moreofthehuddledmassesthroughthe
"goldendoor",anewdimensionwasneededforpolicyonimmigration,and
thequotasystemwasdevised,tolimitthewavesofhomeless,feckless,
foreigners .Healthexaminationswerenowrequired,andstandardshadtobe
metforentrance .A"sponsor"hadtoguaranteethattheimmigrantwould
notbecomeapubliccharge .
Fromthebeginning,immigrationlawswereacenterofcontroversy,
whichmounted in
intensityasthebeginningsoforganizationfor'one
peacefulworld'becamereality,aroundtheturnofthe2 0thcentury
.
Theengagementknownas"worldwar1"providedthestaginggroundfor
thefirstmassiverearrangementoftheworldmap .ColonelHousewasready
withhisextendedgroupof'socialscientists',toallotterritory,devise
governments,andprovidehumanresourcestobeginthereconstruction .
Concurrently,theEstablishmentcreatedex-officiogroupshereandin
England,topenetratebothgovernments,withtheintentofdirecting
"foreignpolicy" .
The'American'group,theCouncilonForeignRelations,lostnotimein
beginningtheworkofthemasterpuppeteers,inpreparationforalloting
territory,devisingalternativegovernmentforms,breakingdownboundaries,
givingthenewstatesnewidentities,dividingthespoilsofthewar"more
equitably",andprovidingthehumanresourcesnecessarytoimplementthis
partofthePlan .
BreakdownofnationalboundarieswasnotintendedtoexcludetheUnited
States .So,whentheFederalCouncilofChurchesmetattheirhistoric
gatheringinOhioin1932 ,toissuetheirCallforworldgovernment,among
theultimatathedelegatesweresubornedintoacceptingwasaCallfor
"worldwidefreedomofimmigration" .
AsPatriotFrankKirkpatrickputit,indiscussingthatconclaveonhis
radioprogrammorethan4 0yearsago :
"What it
meansis,thattherewouldbenolimitationonwho
couldcometoAmerica,andtakeoverthiscountry
.Inother
words,theonlylimitationwouldbethenumberofshipsavailable
tobringtheteeminghordesofothercontinentstothis
U
.S .A ."
Theclamortovoidtherestrictionsonimmigrationbecameeven
morestrident,afterworldwar2
.WithKoreabehindus,theCall
becamelouder,andevermoreinsistent
.Servicemenwhohadbecome
involvedwithforeignnationalsbedeviledtheirCongressmenfor
specialdispensations .
Backinthe50sseveral"unthinkable"conceptsemergedas
peripheraladjunctstotheNIEOPlan
.Theseconceptswereso"far
out"itwasn'tpossibletoincludetheminlogicalargumentsaboutthe
Plan - then .
Someofthese"farout"schemesarebeingadvancedsoopenly,now,
thattheyhavebecomeroutineinourdailylives
.Soitiswiththe
issueof"immigrationreform"
.Thatportionofthe1982 Immigration
ReformActwhichproposed"universalemploymentverification",
however,wasoneoftheunthinkableschemeswhichsurfacedmorethan
thirtyyearsago,andonlynowisbeingbroughtstagefrontand
center .
A"universalidentificationcard"( UIC),justasproposedinthat
Act,isanaturaladjuncttothecontrolsystemwhichisnowin
operation .
WhiletheearlyintimationofaUICwasnotconnectedwith
immigration,itisinterestingtonotethatthepressuresto
"liberalize"UnitedStatespolicyonimmigrationbegantomountat
aboutthesametimethatcontrolsonemploymentwerefirstsuggested .
In1963,JohnKennedycalledforrevisionoftheimmigrationlaws .
Uponhisdeath,andintributetohim,Congressrespondedwithaspate
ofbillswhichculminatedinanemasculatedprotectionfromforeign
invasionthroughimmigration .Eventheinadequatecontrolswhich
remainedarenowhonoredinthebreach .
UndertheMcCarran/WalterActof1952 ,the
qualitative controlsof
quotaandnationaloriginwereextended,butnotcompletelyneutered .
IttooktheKennedy/Johnson/Hart/Cellerbillin1963todothat -
openingthedooronthetroubleswhichwillresultfromthis"job
verificationsystem" .
ThereisacryingneedforCongresstore-examineU
.S .policyon
immigration,buttotietheproblemsnowinvolvedinthe"openborder"
policies( whichhavebecomeamountingthreattoour
national
identity),toarequirementfor
citizens tohavegovernment
authorizationasaprerequisiteforworkorevenexistence,isan
ominousstep .
Surprisingly,itwasSenatorAlanSimpson, ( R
.,Wyo .)whoblewthe
whistleonthePubicWorksandEconomicDevelopmentActof1979,yet,
in1982 ,wastheidentified'author'andlegislativewhipforthe
ImmigrationReformAct
.Itwasashocktolearnthatheintendedto
"plowrightaheadwithimmigrationreform",despitethe"hueandcry
churningupinsomequarters"
.Sincealltheotherprovisionsofthe
billtogether,didnotgeneratetheconcernsthesectiononuniversal
IDdid,itseemsclearthat"immigrationreform"wasnottheissue
.
,Itwas thatelement - theUIC - whichwas .
Thiselementshouldnotevenbedebatable,because
itisnot
withinthepowersanddutiesofCongress,
undertheConstitution,to
legislateonsuchamatter
.Ifitwere,itwouldstillbe
controversial,foritimpingesontherightsandprivilegesevery
Americanisendowedwithatbirth .Itisthedutyandthe
responsibilityofCongresstoprotecttherightsandprivilegesof
native-borncitizens
.
ItistheresponsibilityofCongresstorecognizethatcitizenship
inthiscountryisa
privilege forthoseofforeignbirth -
andnotan
"alienright"
.ItisCongress'dutytoprotectthenational
integrity,throughdiscreteselectionofthosepermittedentry
.
AmericawelcomedtherefugeesfromCastro'sCuba,buttherewas
morethantheissueofsanctuary,eventhere
.The"bracero"program
forMexicanswasrenegedonbyCongress,resultinginthe"illegals"
swarmingacrosstheborder .Foreignexchangestudentsswelledthe
flood,bringingalienideasrightintotheAmericanhome .Pressures
for"adopting"foreignchildrenbyproxy,escalatedintooutright
adoptionsbynonethnics .Then,thetragicendtotheVietnamese
nightmare,andthe"boatpeople" .Anew,strongerprospectofan
unendingstreamfromLatinandSouthAmerican .'revolutions'increases
thethreatfromthatquarter,andnowtheChina'revolt'holds
additionalpossibilitiesofhordesofrefugees,inadditiontoChinese
nationalsholdingtemporaryvisashere,seekingasylum .
And,allthewhile,nativeAmericansareencouragedtolimittheir
families,aborttheirunbornchildren,andwelcomethesehuddled
massesintheirplace .
Underthecircumstances,itwouldbelessthanhuman,notto
empathizewiththeseunfortunatepawnsbutonewouldhavetobemore
thanmortal,nottoresentandresistthethreattheyholdto
continuanceoftheAmericandream .
EventheFederalCouncilofChurchesdidn'tasktheUnitedStates
toadoptfreedomofimmigration unilaterally . Ithastaken
muddle-headedliberalsinCongresstoleadthewaytoamodern-day
TowerofBabelhere,despitetheabsenceofacceptanceofsucha
patentidiocybyothercountries .
IfthereareanystatesmeninCongresstoday,thequestionof
"immigration"willbebroughtupagain,andaddressedonitsDEmerits
.
Ifthereisnoneboldenoughtobuckkthiscurrentnow,thatcanbe
remediedatthepolls .
ONTHEROADTOREVOLUTION - 2 8 -
ThePanamaAffair
Arguably,themostimportantactoftheCarteradministrationwasthe
agreementitmadeaboutPanama
.Intime,thedecisionmadethenassumedan
evengreaterimportthanwasapparentin1977
.Althoughmanyfactswhich
werepresentedinoppositiontotheadministration'sproposedabrogationof
thehistoricrelationsbetweenPanamaandtheU
.S .werenotconsidered
germanetothedecisionmadethen,eventshavejustifiedthewidespread
concernsexpressedatthetime .
InreviewingthestepsleadingtothesigningawayoftheAmerican
presenceinPanama,itisevidentthatmattersdirectlyaffectingthe
actiontakenwerecalculatedlypushedaside .
Perhapsthemostimportantsuchmatterwasthedeliberatedenialbythe
Carteradministrationofthe"democratic"idealsitsopiouslyproclaimed .
Notonlywasthe"treaty"notinresponsetothedesiresofeitherthe
AmericanpeopleorthosewholivedintheZone,butpollafterpollshowed
that70to90%ofAmericansopposedabrogatingtheoriginalagreementon
Panama .
Ofprimeimportance,too,andnottakenintoaccount,wasthe
revelationintheofficialSovietmilitaryorgan,"RedStar", in Juneof
1977,whichidentifiedtheCanalZoneasa"priority"territorymarkedfor
Sovietconquest,continuingthehistoricSovietpatternofinternational
subversion .BreakingthetiesbetweenPanamaandAmericanotonlygave
greateropportunityforaMarxisttakeoverthere,itlefttheTerritoryat
themercyofthelikesofNoriega
.
IntheSovietblueprintforglobalconquest,Panamahasalwaysbeenan
essentialelementintheLenin-plannedencirclementoftheUnitedStates,
which,combinedwithinternalsubversion,would"eliminatetheneedfor
armedaggression"
.AmericawouldfallintotheSovietorbit"likearipe
fruit" .
The"laundering"ofpoliticalfunds,whichthemassmediatakesdelight
inexposing,issmallpotatoes,comparedwiththe"laundering"of
reputations,longsincestainedbytheirpossessors
.
Onesuchreputationwhichreceivedacleansinginthemid-70shad
directrelationtothePanamasituation .ItbelongedtoAlgerHiss
.
Treatedbythemediaasalongoverduecorrectionofamonstrous
injustice,theHiss'reinstatement'echoedthe"respectability"being
bestowedontheSovietUnionthroughdetente,glasnostandperestroika
.It
wasofsomeimmediateimport,becauseitwasfollowedinshortorderbythe
debatesoverPanama
.AmongAlgerHiss'deedswasonemonstrousbetrayal
whichlaidthefoundationfortheCanalproblem
.Thatbetrayalis( andwas
then)anon-issuetothepress,butitwasavitalelement
in UnitedStates
history .
TheHiss-Chambersconfrontationhashadextensivecoverageinbooksand
articles,but,tofindthekeytothePanamaproblem,mustygovernment
recordsmustbesoughtandstudied
- adifficultjob
.So,fortherecord,
abriefsummary :
Havingrealizedunimaginedadvantagesasaresultofworldwar2 ,the
Sovietshadsteppeduptheirsubversiveactivitiesworldwide,neverlosing
sight,however,oftheirdesignatedprimetarget - theUnitedStates
.
PenetrationofMexicowasongoing,andagitationinLatinAmericawas
insistentovertheyears
.SuccessinCubawasaninvaluablevictory
.But
PanamaheldahighpriorityintheSovietschemeforworldconquest
.
ThestrategicSovietthrustatPanamahadbeentochallengetheright
oftheUnitedStatestohaveapresencethere
.Basictovalidatingthat
rightaretheprovisionsofthe1903treaty( qv)
.
In194 6,thenewlyformedUnitedNationsconductedasurveyofthe
nationsoftheworld,preliminarytobeginningtofunctionunderits
Charter
.TheRepublicofPanamapresenteditsofficialstatementtotheUN
authority,includingthefactsaboutU
.S
.involvementthere
.That
statementhasneverbeenchallenged,exceptbythecommunists,andthat
unofficially .
ThePanamadelegationreported
:
"ThestripoflandknownasthePanamaCanalZonehasbeen
neitherpurchased,conquered,annexed,cedednorleased,norhas
itssovereigntybeentransferredtotheUnitedStates
. . . .
"Thereisnonativepopulation
.Thereisnopermanent
population . . .
.thelandissolelyinhabitedbyofficials,
employees,andworkersofthePanamaCanal,andbythefamilies
ofthese . .
.TheyliveintheZonewhiletheyareworkingforthe
Canal . .
.WhenapersonhasstoppedworkingfortheCanal,hemust
departfromtheZone
.Inconsequence,thepopulationofthat
territorychangesconstantly . .
.ithasnointerestthere,nor
political
aspirationsforindependence
. . ."*

( Emp .added-ed .)
"Self-government"isthecriticalissue
.ItwasunderArticle73( e)of
theU .N
.CharterthatAlgerHissplacedtheZoneinjeopardy,andlaidthe
groundworkfortheturmoiloverPanamatoday
.
Article73( e)callsonU
.N .MemberStateswho"
. . .haveorassume
responsibilitiesfor . .
.territorieswhosepeoplehave
notyet attaineda
fullmeasureof
self-government . . ."
tomakeregularreportstothe
SecretaryGeneral
."notyet"istheoperativephrase
.
InhispositionasanUnderSecretaryofStateforPoliticalAffairs,
butwithoutauthorityoreventheknowledgeofhissuperiors,AlgerHiss
secretlypreparedanddeliveredtotheUNSecretariatapaperwhichplaced
theUnitedStatesrelationshipwiththeCanalZoneasoneoftrust,
awaitingthetimefor"afullmeasureofself-government"
.
OfficialsatState,learningofthispaper,triedfranticallytodivert
delivery,buttheperpetratorofthefraudwasnowheretobefound,andno
oneelseknewhowthepaperwasbeingdelivered
.Thedamagewasdone,and,
bythismeans,Panamawasidentifiedfortherecordasbeingdeniedfree
politicalexercise( bytheUnitedStates)
.
SpruilleBraden,whowastheSecretaryinChargeofLatinAmerican
AffairsintheStateDepartmentatthattime,testifiedtotheSenate
InternalSecuritySubCommitteeabouttheHissaction
.Hepointedoutthat,
sofarastheRepublicofPanamawasconcerned,theZonewas,andhadbeen
since1903,"self-governing",andthatHisshadnotonlyexceededhis
authoritybymakingthatreporttotheU
.N .withoutapprovalofhis
superiors,buthad"openedaPandora'sboxoftroubles"fortheUnited
States
.
TheHisssubmissiontotheU .N
.causedafurorinWashington
.Mostof
officialdomfirstlearnedofitbyreadingtheWashingtonPost
.
Asaresultofthatoneact,by-amanwhowasofficiallyfoundtobe
"anundergroundagentoftheUSSR",thefriendlyPanamanianswereoutraged
;
anumberofotherLatin-Americannationswerealienated
;theSoviets
receivedconfirmationfromahigh-rankingAmericanofficialthattheir
contentionaboutAmerican'imperialism'wastrue ;and,mostimportantly,
theU .N .receivedavalidclaimtoastakeintheoperationsoftheCanal
.
ThatiswhythereistroubleinPanamatoday
.ItcouldhavebeenAlger
HissthatJoeMcCarthyhadinmind,whenhetoldthataudienceinWheeling,
" . . .we
arenotjustdealingwithspieswhogetthirtypiecesofsilverfor
stealingblueprints
.Wearedealingwithafarmoresinisteractivity,
becauseitpermitstheenemytoguideandshapeourpolicy ."
CommunistagitationinPanamahasaccelerated,withincreasingsuccess,
untiltheSovietobjectivetherewasgrantedsanctionbythemaninthe
highestofficeintheU .S .ofA .
APandora'sbox,indeed
.
TheinroadsmadebytheSovietsingovernments
all
overtheworldare
perceivablygreatertoday
.ThedeepeningredhueintheCarribean ;
increasedactivityinMexicoandothercentralAmericanStates,the
problemsinNicarauguaandElSalvador
.Inviewofthesefacts,the
insistenceoftheCarterStateDepartmentandtheWhiteHouseonthenew
"treaty"spelleddisaster .
The"newtreaty"withPanamarealignedourpositionthereintotheold
communistblueprint
.
Butthequestionofwhetherornotthedocumentbroughtbackfrom
Panamaby"our"negotiatorisatreatyatall,shouldbeexamined
.Sol
Linowitz,namedbytheResidentoftheWhiteHousetoactfortheUnited
StatesinthePanamasituation,wasnotconfirmedinthatcapacitybythe
Senate,asrequiredbytheConstitution,sohewaswithoutportfolio,and,
therefor,withoutauthority .
PossiblybecausetherewasconcernlesttheSenateactuallyrejectthe
appointment,duetotheadversenatureoftheinformationavailableabout
Linowitz,theso-callednegotiationswerecarriedonwithunduehaste,ina
seemingefforttogetthejobdonebeforethedamascanswordofSenate
disapprovalfell
.Thathasteraisedlegitimateconcern
.Thepublicwas
continuallybeingsoothedwiththepromiseofalong-rangetargetdate,
suchastheyear2 000,comfortablydistantfrom1977,butfactually
irrelevanttothetotalsituation
.
Thepaperwhichwassignedon7September1977withallpompand
ceremony,ifanything,wasnomorethananagreementongeneralprinciples,
madebythosepromotingit -
and noneother .
Apeculiarquestionofinternationallawwasraisedbecauseofthe
Carteradministrationaction
.TherewasnocountryofPanamain1903
.At
thattime,PanamawasacityinColombia,and,despitesomeobscure
machinations,thetreatywasmadewiththeRepublicofColumbia
.How,then,
canthatcountrybebypassed,inanyrenegotiation?Atreaty,toall
intentandpurpose,isanequivalentoflaw,andalawcanonlybemodified
bythesamebodywhichcreatedit .
Anothervitalfact,whichhasbeendeliberatelyobfuscated,isthat
theremostdefinitelyisa'communist'conspiracyforworldconquest
.From
worldwar1untilthemidl960s,UnitedStatessecurityagencieswere
continuouslyengagedindocumentingthatconspiracy,itsstrategies,
tactics,andpersonnel
.
Itispassingstrangehowthenewsmedia,sofiercelyrighteousin
oppositionto"rightwing"governments,finds"leftwing"militantcoups
completelyacceptable
.Thus,thenewshoundschokedonthe"rightwing"
Chileanrevolt,buteasilyswallowedtheMarxisttakeoverinPanama,and
activelypromotedcooperationwiththatillegalregime
.
InsteadofplayingGodwiththefutureofthisgreatglobebyvotingto
approvetheCarterinitiativeforPanama,theUnitedStatesSenateshould
havebeenpreparingAmericancitizenstocopewiththeproblemscausedby
theExecutiveactionwhichsetupPanamaforthetroubletheretoday
.
Reference :
1954 AnnualReport,83rdCongress ;2 ndSession :SubCommittee
toInvestigatetheAdministrationoftheInternalSecurityAct
andotherInternalSecurityLaws,2 January,1955 .
ONTHEROADTOREVOLUTION
-
2 9 - "GoalsforAmericans"
AcommitteeofCongressoncepublishedareportontheCommunistuseof
languageasasubversiveweapon
.Today,practicallyeverythingpublished
-
bygovernment,bythemedia,andgeneralinformationinbooks,magazines,
onradioandTV -
mayfallintoa"subversiveweapon"category,shouldbe
viewedassuspect,andexaminedwithaquestioningmind
.Thisisequally
trueofmuchoftheso-called'conservative'literature
.
Thefirstquestion( whichshouldbeconstantlyaskedofoneselfon
everyissueorsituation)is,whatpurposeisbeingserved?Onlywhenthe
truepurposehasbeendeterminedcanonesafely
relax
thevigil,andaccept
thatpurposeasaguidetoevaluatingthemessage
.
Itisaconstantsourceofamazementtofindhowthoroughlylanguage
canbeperverted,sothatitseemstobesayingonething,but,actually,
isgivingadeliberatelyfalseimpression
.Asregardssomeofthe
apparently'conservative'material,thereareadditionalproblems
.The
languagemayclearlyandcorrectlystatethecase,butsuggestedaction
sometimesisdiversionary,sometimessupportsthehegelianpredetermined
'solution'
.Increasingly,booksandpamphletsareappearingwhichpurport
tobe'conservative',butstemfromeithertheso-called"newright",
or
evennewage",whichhaveademonstrabledivergencefromthegeneral
outputoftraditional'conservative'writing
.
Oneofthemostflagrantexamplesoftheuseoflanguageasa
subversivetechniqueexistsinthebillswhichwerepassedinCaliforniato
introducethemanagementandcontrolsystemintogovernmentdepartments
.
Thosebillswereaclassicinthistechnique
.Evenwhenonebecameaware
thatthosebillscreatedthepermissionforTheSystem,ittookcareful
examinationtodetermineHOWtheydidthat
.Onlyonelegislatorin
Californiaapparentlysawthetruepurposeofthosebills,andheonly
votedagainstoneofthem
.Ofcourse,othersmighthaveknown
.Onewho
mightcouldhavebeenthe'author',butthatdoesn'tnecessarilyfollow
.
Socarefullywerethosebillswordedtomislead,thatitiseasyto
understandthateventhelegislatorwhosubmittedthemmightnothaveknown
whattheyreallywoulddo
.Theymighthavebeen'slip'bills,preparedin
oneofthenumerousincubatorsoftheRockefeller1313conglomerate
.Wedo
knowthatthosebillsweresenttotheLegislaturebytheGovernor's
Office,andthe'legislativeauthor'wassimplytheconduittodropthemin
thehopper .
Whenwebegantotrytotracethedevelopmentofthatmanagement
system,oneofthefirstofficesweapproachedforinformationwasthatof
theCommitteecreatedbytheCaliforniaLegislaturetodevelopTheSystem
.
AswewaitedforsomeonetocomeoutanddiscussthePPBSwithus,we
notedasmallbookshelfbesidethefrontdesk,withadozenorsobooks
neatlyarrangedontopofit
.Beinga'bookworm'itwasalmostinvoluntary
formetowanderoverandexaminethem
.Severalhadunfamiliarterminology
intheirtitles,butonewasquicklyrecognizedasabookwhichhadpuzzled
metenyearsearlier
.Itwascalled"GoalsforAmericans",andsubtitled
"TheReportofthePresident'sCommissiononNationalGoals"
.Ifound
myselfwonderingwhythatReportofsolongagowasofinterestinan
officeinwhichamodernmanagementsystemwasbeingdeveloped
.
IrememberedwhenIfirstreadthatReportonNationalGoals,the
impressionitleftwithmewasthattheCommissiononGoalswasapparently
III -
2 2
anotherboondoggle( whichwaswhatexercisesinbureaucracyusedtobe
called) -
muchsoundandfury,andlittlesignificance
.Icouldnot
understandwhythousandsofcopiesofpamphletswhichgaveasynopsisof
theReportweredistributedgratis,whenitwaspublishedinpaperbackat
nominalcost,whichanyoneinterestedcouldafford
.Seeingitnow,herein
thatoffice,promptedmetodigoutmycopywhenIgothome,andreadit
again .
Thistime,Iunderstood
.
Thislittlebookisaconsummateexampleoftheuseoflanguageto
deceivetheelectorate -
andthosetheyelect
.
WhenDwightDavidEisenhowerappointedthePresident'sCommissionon
NationalGoals,hechoseEstablishmentpeopletomanthepanel
.Ofthe
elevenMembers,sevenwerealsomembersoftheelitistCouncilonForeign
Relations
;twowereuniversityprofessors
;onewaspresidentofthe
AFL/CIO
;andthelastwasaretiredjudgeoftheU
.S
.CourtofAppeals .
TheCommissionwasprivatelyfunded,whicheffectivelydenied
Congressionaloversight
.ThepresenceofthoseEstablishmentpersons
assuredcontrolofanyGoalstheymightdetermine
.
ShouldyoudoubttheabilityofsuchaCommissiontodevelopasetof
Goalssupportiveofelitistprograms,whichwouldhaveaprayerofbeing
implemented,thesourceoftheCommission'sfundingshouldleavenodoubt
.
CreditisgiveninthePrefaceoftheReporttotheCarnegie,Ford,
RockefellerandSloanFoundations,amongothers
.
Ifthatisn'tenoughtodemonstratesomethingmorethanbureaucratic
funandgames,thewholeeffortwasproducedundertheauspicesofthe
AmericanAssembly,anotherEstablishmentfront .
But,yousee,whenIfirstreadthisreport( circa1960),Ididn'tknow
thesethingswereimportant
.NeitherdidIknowthatthiswasastrategy
whichhadbeensuccessfullyusedin1930toproduceHerbertHoover'sReport
onRecentSocialTrends,whichwaspreludetothePlannedSociety
.SoIhad
nofoundationforbelievingthat"GoalsforAmericans"wasthepreludeto
anotherphaseoftherevolution
.AndIdismissedit,as,Idobelieve,
mostwhoreaditthendid,withnoinklingofitspotential
.Unlikeme,few
peoplearelikelytohavehadanexperiencesuchasthis,whichcausedthem
tostudyitagain,later,wheneventshadgivenitimportwhichwasnot
visibleatfirstreading .
TheReportopenswithanIntroductionwhichappearstobearinging
saluteto"theparamountgoaloftheUnitedStates",asthatGoalwasset
bytheFoundingFathers .Interlacedinthepraisewasan
implication that
thatGoalwasalsothegoaloftheCommission
.Butwithadifference .
For,astheyexpoundedonthatoriginalGoal,theselatter-dayfounding
fathersincludedtheconceptthat
government isresponsibleforensuring
thewelfareofthecitizens,theirdevelopment,andtheiropportunities
.
TheCommissionalsopresumedto enlarge
theoriginalgoalofthisnation,
to"anevenbroaderandbolderdeclarationthanthosewho( createdthat
Goal)knew" .
That"expansion"oftheoriginalGoalisthebasisformanyofthe
interventionscausingsomuchtroubletoday
- includingthecontrol
system
.
InthatIntroductiontothese'new'goals,thisgroupofelitistsalso
statedthatthelegalgovernmentofthisnationrestsontwo"fundamental
principles" :electionofrepresentatives,andconstitutionallimitationof
power ofthoseelected .
WhilemanyAmericansmightwellacceptthosetwo
"principles"asvalid,thetruthisthatNEITHERofthesewereGoalsasput
forthintheDeclarationofIndependence,noraretheymajorthrustsofthe
Constitution .Separationofpowersof
government ; limitationofpowerof
the centralgovernment
- thesewerethemajorgoalsexpressed-the
first
in theConstitution,itself,thesecondintheBillofRights
.
TheIntroductionoftheReportalsostatesthat"Thewaytopreserve
freedomistoliveit",aquestionablepremise,buteasilyaccepted,if
thereisnoreasonfordoubtingwhatisbeingsaid
.ButtheCommission
leapsfromthattorevealthattheiraimisto"buildaNEWnation,and
helpbuildaworld ."
AndTHATiswhatthesenewGoalsweredesignedtodo,astherecord
shows
.
WereitnotforthefactthattheseGoalshavebeendiligentlypromoted
eversincetheywereannouncedinthisReport,itwouldbeoflittlevalue
todiscussthem,now .Buttheyhavebeen insistently pursued,soitIs
vitaltodaytoknowwhattheyare .Notknowingaboutthesenewgoalsis
thebasicreasonwhyAmericanshavedifficulty"makingsense"outofthe
programsbeingimplementedtoday
.
GoalNo
.1isofparamountimportance,forinitisrevealedthemain
thrustoftherestoftheGoals .
.GOALNo .1isaimedatthetakeoverby'government'ofeveryfacet
ofthecitizen'slife .
Government'isto :
* enhancethecitizens'dignity ;
* promotemaximumdevelopmentofthecitizen'scapabilities ;
* stimulatehispersonaldevelopmentand
* provideopportunitiesforitsuse .
GOALNo
.2 istoeliminatediscrimination ;
GOALNo .3isto"preserveandprotectdemocracy"
;
GOALNo
.4 isfortotalinvolvementofeducationinbuildingthat
"newworld" :
* newtechniquesandstrategiesinteaching( globaled ;
behavioralmodification
;systemsprogramming,US/USSReducational
exchange,etc .) ;
* more"federalfunds"tofacilitatethesechanges( ESEA'65,
etal)
;
* provisionofastandard"norm"
GOALNo
.5isto"realize"
:
* fullunderstandingoftheworld
;
* highpriorityfor"artsandsciences",withincreased
federalfundingforboth
;
* initiationof"manpowerdevelopmentreform" ;
and,finally,ofallthings
:
* reformoftelevisionperformance!
( JustLOOKatthechangesinTVsince1960!WasTHISwhatwasmeantby
"reform"?)
GOALNo
.6istoprovidegovernmentparticipationintheeconomy
( knowntodayas"privatization") ;
GOALNo
.7isanopenCallforgovernment management
ofthe
economy( PPBS
;'stagflation' ;supply-sideeconomics)
III - 2 3
GOALNo
.8callsfor"technologicalchange"( appearstobethe
impetusfortotallanduseplanning( LUP)bygovernment,
"PWEDA'65,EOsetal)
;
GOALNo .9callsforinterventionsinagriculture
:
* "Toavoidshocktotheeconomy,thisgoalshouldbe
approachedingradualstages"
( eventhen,
itis
shocking,asanyfarmercouldtestifytoday,and,
specifically,farmersKaulandKirk,whowerekilledtryingtoresist)
GOALNo
.10addresses"livingconditions"
;
* LandUsePlanning( LUP),again
;
* urbanrenewal
;
* "containingurbansprawl"( Reagan's"dream"/Brown'sStrategy
q .v .later) ;
* withholdingfederal"aid"toresistantareas,orareaswhich
donotcomplywithfederalstandards
;
GOALNo
.11specifiesprogramsforHealthandWelfare
:
* "identifyproblems-inorderthat'government'may
formulatewiserpolicies
ofregulation . . ."
Number11isthekeytoitall
: regulation -
andtheconsequentneed
formanagementandcontrol,asacknowledgedinGoal±7
.
HavingrereadthisReport,Ifounditperfectlyclearwhyitwasonthe
deskintheofficeoftheCommitteedirectedbytheCaliforniaLegislature
todevelopthecontrolsystemforthatState
.
Beforeanyonecries"Foul!",andchargesthisIsoutofcontext,letit
proudlybeadmittedthatit is,
indeed,outofcontext
.Itisonlyby
takinganutoutoftheshellthatthemeatisdigestible
.

Itisonlyby
takingthemeatofthese"goals"outofcontextthattheycanbeviewedby
theaveragepersonintheiressentialnature
.IKNOW!Ireadthisonceas
youraverageAmerican,andallIsawwasnuts
.
Readagain,withknowledgeofensuingevents,thetruenatureofthese
Goalsisnolongerobscure .
SimplyreadingthisdeliberatelyobfuscatedprogramofGoals,as
preparedforpublicconsumption,wouldnotmakethecaseagainstthem
.
Remember,theywereprepared
byexperts toproduce
publicacceptanceofnew
goalsforAmerica,
disguisedassimplyextensionoftheoriginalGoal
.How
muchthislittlebookhashadtheintendedeffectcannotbedetermined,but
publicresistancetotheseunAmericanconceptsisatalowebb
.
Thewholedocumentwaswrittentoobtainsupportfromthegrassroots,
anditseemsthathasbeenachieved
.Tobeagainstsuchsweetsounding
GoalsasthesearemadetoseeminthecontextofthisReport,wouldbein
therealmofrejectingapplepieandmotherhood
.Orlesemajeste
.Or,at
theleast,againtprogress
.
Asfor"foul" -
ifall'sfairinloveandwar( andpolitics,remember,
isanotherformofwar),'foul'isanonsequitor
.Ifitisfoultoexpose
wrongdoing,sobeit .
Thereisnolegaljustificationforwhatisbeingdoneinthisprogram
bythesemattoids .
Theyfattenatthepublictrough,whiletheirintendedvictimsgo
broke,tryingtodefendtheirheritageandthemselvesdirectly,against
III -
2 4
thisabuseofpower .
These,whodeliberatelyandfraudulentlyconcealtheirtruepurposeand
goal,areworsethanprostitutespeddlingtheirillicittradeto
'consentingadults',whoseeonlythesurface'favors',anddonotknow( or
whosublimatetheirknowledge),thattheyareriskingeverythingworthwhile
formomentarygratification
.Thisisnot"momentarygratification"
.This
programismeanttobetotalandforever .
Evilmenhavealwaysattemptedtoperformevildeeds
.Ithasbeenso
sincetheworldbegan
.Becauseitisstillso,thedebauchingofAmerica
isproceedingwithoutlet
.Thosewhoshouldbeonguard,arenot,and
thereisnoonetoraidthepremiseswheresuchdeedsareschemedand
planned .
RecommendedReading :
GoalsforAmericans
- AmericanAssembly,1960
"TheBrassCheck",UptonSinclair,selfpublished,1919
ONTHEROADTOREVOLUTION - 30 - TheSupremeCourt
asanAgentofChange
WhentheConstitutionoftheUnitedStateswashammeredoutthathot
summerinPhildelphia,everyeffortwasmadetoavoidthepitfallswhich
historyhadshownledtountimelyendsforothergovernments .
Havingexperiencedtyranny,thesettlershereweredeterminedto
preventonceandforalltheforgingofshacklesforthecitizenssuchas
tyrantshadeverdevisedforsubjects
.Instead,ourforebearsplacedthe
shacklesonthe
government, leavingthecitizensincontroloftheShipof
State .
TheSupremeCourtwascreatedtoheabulwarkagainstusurpation,and
toensurethatthegovernmentprovidedwouldbecontinuedunderlaw,or,if
altered,that,too,wouldbebylaw
.TheSupremeCourtwasdelegatedthe
responsibilityofguardingthegenerallibertiesofthepeople,beinggiven
theauthoritytoexamineanyandallactswhichmightnotbeconsonantwith
theintentoftheConstitution
.Duringthetimewhenitperformedinthe
mannerintended,theSupremeCourtserveditspurpose,andtheseUnited
Statesgrewandprospered -
andthecitizenrydidlikewise .Thefabled
opportunitieswhichexistedinthis"landofplenty"werethedirectresult
ofaninspiredgovernment,monitoredbyanhonorableCourtfollowingtried
andprovenproceduresandprecedents .
Throughtheages,though,therehadbeenthiselitistdreamtoplay
God,anddirectthedestiniesofallmankind .TheFoundingFatherswere
wellawareofthistendencybysomementowantdominionovertheir
fellows,andspecificallyrecognizeditbyattemptingtobuildeffective
restraintsagainstanyusurpationofpower
.Buttheycouldnotenvisiona
timewhenconnivingmenwouldpossesstheultimatepowerattainableinthis
world - ameansofdirectingthementalprocessesofmankind .Howcould
theyguardagainstsomethingwhichneitherexistedatthetime,norcould
possiblyhavebeenforeseen?
Duringthelastcentury,anassortmentofelitistgroupsemerged,each
holdingavariantofthe"impossibledream"asanunholygrail .Eachdrew
recruitsfromamongsttheirownstrataofsociety,andfromthedregsof
humanity,butthegreatmiddlesectorofmankindwasnotdrawntomisty
dreams,especiallyintheUnitedStates .
Opportunityunlimited- thatwastheAmericandream
.Deeplyreligious,
mostAmericansknewthatUtopiawasnotofthisworld - theBibletoldthem
so .
Religionwasthegreatestobstacletotheelitistdream,andthe
revolutionarieshaveclearlyrecognizedthatfact .Thechurchesbecamethe
primaryobjectivefortheirmachinations
.Infiltrationtherebeganalong
timeago,andhasneverceased .KarlPrussiontoldofthecommunistplan
tosendhimintotheministry,tocarryouthissubversionthere .Hewas
takentotheheadofthelargestseminaryintheUnitedStates,andofhim,
Prussionsaid,"Ishookhishand,andcalledhimComrade ."Internal
agentssuchasthatwereabettedbyexternalattacks,creatingapincer
movementagainstorganizedreligion,withdevastatingeffectonall
faiths
.
Oncemasteryofcontrolofmen'smindsbyscientificmethodswas
assured,allpolitico-socio-economicavenuesleadingtorealizationofthat
ages-olddream,becametargetted .Politicalstructures ;education,and all
III - 2 6
relatedmatters
;transportation,andtherestfollowedinsuchswiftforays
thatdeterminationoftheirsuccessionisdifficulttoascertain
.
But,somewherealongtheway,theSupremeCourtwasdrawnintoorbit,
andbegantotakeitsplaceasanagentofnationaldissolution
.
ProbablynothingtheCourthasdonebringstheirroleintofocusmore
clearlythantheinfamous"separationofchurchandstate"decision,which
laidthegroundforallrelatedlatercases
.Thatdecisioninvolvedacase
wherealocalschoolboardhadencouragedchildrentosayagracebefore
snacking,atschool
.TheSupremeCourt,respondingtoachallenge,finally
determinedthatthisviolatedthefirstamendment,thussettingaprecedent
whichhascircumscribedallreligiouspracticeswhichinanywayimpinge
governmentinvolvement
.
ThattheCourtdidnotbasethatdecisiononthefact,
is implicitin
theFirstAmendmentitself,whichtheycited .
Thefirstamendmentclearlyandconciselystatesthat"CONGRESS( nota
localschoolboard!)"shallmakenolaw"( notaboutprayer,but)"respecting
theestablishmentofareligion"
.
Freedomofreligiouspracticewasthelodestar-whichbroughtthe
Pilgrimstotheseshores,anditwasthekeystoneofourgovernment
.So
thattheywouldbefreetoworshipastheychose,withouta
government-establishedreligion,this
vital
issuewassettled( forall
time,theyhoped)bytheFirstAmendment
.
ThenextclauseintheFirstAmendmentconfirmsthatbyprovidingthat
therebeNO"prohibitingthefreeexercise"ofreligion
.Alocalschool
board,actingastheagentoftheparentsoftheirwards,wasNOT
"establishingareligion"withthatprayer
.Theywereallowingthefree
exerciseofworship .
Intheirholdinginthiscase,theCourtviolatedthe9thand10th
Amendments,andthe1st,itself
.
Thisprecedent-settingcase,therefore,foundtheSupremeCourtclearly
rejectingtheirConstitutionalroleofguardianofthepeople'sliberties,
andassumingtheroleofagent-of-change
-
openingafloodgateofattacks
onthepeople'srighttopracticewhateverreligiontheyadhereto,in
whatevermannertheychoose
.
RecommendedReading
:
"UnderminingtheConstitution"ThomasJ .Norton -
DevinAdair
- 1950
"TheConstitutionoftheUnitedStates"ibid
- 192 2
"NineMenAgainstAmerica"RosalieM
.Gordon,DevinAdair,1960
"SpecialReportonProblemsCausedbyRecentSupremeCourtDecisions"
HaroldKennedy,L .A
.CountyCounsel19August,1969
ONTHEROADTOREVOLUTION
- 31 - TimeBombs
HiddenawayintheCaliforniaConstitution,2 1st
in aseriesof2 5
Articlesonavarietyofsubjects,isatimebomb,approvedbythepeople
ofthatState60yearsago .
Whatillusionwascreatedtoobtainpassageofthatsectionislostin
themistoftime,butallthiswhileithaslaindormant,unuseduntil
1966,whentheLegislaturelitthefusebypassingenablinglegislation
.
Notthatthe1966legislatorsnecessarilyknewthattheywerelighting
afusewhentheypassedthebillswhichactivatedthebomb
.Unlessthey
haddoneagreatdealofhomework,theywouldn'tbelikelytoknow
- and
whatlegislatorsdotheirownresearchthesedays,with
all thoseaides
andconsultantstodoitforthem?
IFtheyhad,however,theywouldhavefound,inSection2 1ofArticle
XXV,theConstitutional"authority"forthatlegislation,andtheyMIGHT
nothaveapprovedit
.TheyMIGHT,even,havetakenthatSectionbackto
thepeopleforcorrectiveaction .
ThatSectionbegins :
"Thelegislatureisherebyexpresslyvestedwithplenary
power,unlimitedbyanyprovisionsofthisConstitution,to
create,andenforce,acompletesystemofworkers'
compensation . . ."
" . . .unlimitedbyanyprovisionsofthisConstitution
. . ."isthetime
bomb .
In1970,theStateConstitutionRevisionCommission( CRC)considered
revisingthisSection,but,bya"narrowlydividedvote"restrained
themselves
.Thoselearnedcitizensrecognizedwhatitwouldmeantohave
sovitalamatterbroughtupindebatebeforethepeople
.Theynotedthat
anychange"woulddisturbthe( workman'scomp)system",andthat,
"obviously"thewordsdidn'tmeanwhattheyappearedtosay,since"noone
wouldthinkthatitintendedtoeliminatetheprovisionsofthe
Constitutionwithrespecttoequalitybeforethelaw,orwithmakinggifts
ofpublicmoney"andtheCRCquietlypassedoverSection2 1
.
Veryinteresting,thesectionstheCommissionchosetociteasbeing
beyondbelievingthatanyonewouldintendtonegatethem
."Equalitybefore
thelaw"waswhattheCourtfoundexisted
in theoppressiverulingsofthe
TahoeRegionalAgency,since,theCourtsaid,the sametreatment
wouldhold
in anyotherregional area .
Anycredibilitythat'disbelief'expressedbytheCRCwasmademootby
thelegislativeactionwhichhadresulted
in 1966fromthisunlimited
delegationofplenarypowergiventhestampofapprovalbyhandslonggone
beforethedamagetheypermittedwasdone
.Inthatlaw,an appointed Board
isgiven"fullpower,authorityandjurisdiction
. . .withalltherequisite
governmentalfunctions" -
overALLworkmen'scompensationdisputes .Butthe
CRConlylookedattheConstitution
- nottheenablinglegislation .And
so,alargegroupofAmericancitizenslosttheprotectionsoftheBillof
Rights .
Rightofredress,ostensiblyprotectedbybothStateandFederal
Constitutions,iseffectivelydeniedtoanycitizenofaveragemeanswho
gets',caughtupinthisnightmareofnonjustice .
III -
2 8

ONEMANdetermines,first,jurisdiction
;

ONEMANbecomesjudgeandjury
;

ONEMANdeterminesthedecision
;

ONEMANmakestheaward
;

ONEMANdecidestheamount
;andthatsame

ONEMANisempoweredtoenforcehisownjudgement
.
Hemayplaceliensagainsteverythingthe
.victimowns,uptotheamount
oftheaward
.Thevictimmaynotturntotherealcourts,andajuryof
hispeers,noreven
challengejurisdiction - withoutpostingabondDOUBLE
theamountfoundagainsthim -
animpossibilityfortheaveragecitizen,
whentheamountoftheawardcanbeequaltoallhisassets
.
DespitethecomfortingdeterminationoftheRevisionCommission,the
unlimitedplenarypower
delegatedinthisSectionoftheCalifornia
Constitutionshattersthecarefullyprovidedprotectionfromgovernment
eachcitizenisentitledtohave
.
ButthatisatimebombinonlyoneState
.HowmanyotherStateshave
suchprovisionslyingdormant,waitingforthefusetobelit?Haveyou
studiedYOURStateConstitution?Canyoubesurethereisnosuchprovision
waitingtodestroyyoursecurity?
Thosewhowoulddenythe"conspiracytheory"ofplanneddestructionof
ourgovernmentwoulddowelltostudythismattercarefully
.Lookatyour
ownStateConstitutions,andthenchecktheamendmentstothe
federal
Constitution,whichhavefollowedtheBillofRights .
TheFederalConstitutionisagrantofpowersfromthepeopleandthe
States
;theBillofRightsplacedrestrictionsonthosepowers
.Both
appliedtotheFederalGovernmentONLY
.
Nineofthesixteenamendmentswhichwerepassedafteradoptionofthe
BillofRights,grant
additional
powertoCongress( thefederal
government)
.Thesearefederaltimebombs,whichhavebeendetonating
regularly
.Smallexplosions,mainly,butsomeofgreatmagnitude
.ALL
tracebletotheseadditionalgrantsofpower
.
Butalltheseareminorbombs,comparedtothenuclearforceembodied
intheproposedso-called"EqualRights"amendment
.Insistentlyproposed
sincethe192 0s,theEqualRightsAmendmentwouldbepreciselythat
- equal
rightsforallcitizenstoenjoythe"equalitybeforethelaw"whichthe
citizensatTahoehave,andwhichareavailabletoanycitizenof
CaliforniawhorunsafouloftheWorkmen'sCompensationBoard
.Equalright
tohavenoBillofRights
.
FortheERAislimitedONLYtothosematterswheremale/femaleare
involved,anditisinthoseareaswheretheBillofRightsapplies
.
Male/femaleareallthecitizenswehave
.TheBillofRightsprohibitsthe
federalgovernmentfromexercisingthosecertainpowersagainstthe
citizens
.TheERAgivestheFederalgovernmentthose reserved
powerswhich
wereinsistedonasaconditionofacceptanceoftheConstitution
.
TheERAhasbeencalleda"people'samendment",becauseitmandates
equalitytobothsexes
.Itdoesn'tdefineequality,however
.Equal
tyranny,asatTahoe?
Only color
oflawwasgrantedinthatamendmenttotheCalifornia
Constitutionofsolongago
.Plenarypowergiventoanappointed
'aritrator'isatravesty
.PlenarypowerisgrantedbytheERAtothe
Federalgovernment,anditwouldbeexercisedbyappointedminions
.It
,
=wouldnullify,notjusttherightsofthecitizens,butoftheStatesas
III
-
2
9
well,
becauseinitthatpowerisgrantedtothefederalgovernment,
bypassingStates'rights
.
ThewordsofaschoolsuperintendentinPalosVerdes,California,echo
downtheyears,asproponentsof"equalrights"continuetopressfor
passageoftheiressentialrevolutionaryweapon :
"Weshallhaveanotherelection,andanother,andanother,
untilwewin ."
Therevolutionariesdedicatethewholeoftheirlivestotheircause
.
Unlessthatdedicationismetwithequalstrength,theendispredictable
.
Watchmen - whatofthenight?
RecommendedReading :
"ThePlanforLakeTahoe"documentedbyKMH,availablefrom
JohnHartLibrary
ThecompleteseriesofFederalConstitutionalAmendments
ONTHEROADTOREVOLUTION -32 - Post-ConstitutionalAmerica
Asthecyberneticsocietybeginstotakevisibleform,eventhe
man-in-the-streetbeginsto"viewwithalarm"theevidencethatthebody
politicissufferingconvulsionsfromsomemassiveinternaldisorder .An
excellentdiagnosisoftheillness afflicting oursocietyappearedtwenty
yearsago,intheFebruary,1970issueof"Trans-Action"aslickelitist
magazine
.
Thewriterhadimpeccablecredentialsasaresearchassistantat
BrookingsInstitute( a'thinktank'operation) .Hewasaformer'RAND'sman
( RANDisanother'thinktank'),andhadotherpresitigiousconnections
.
AllenSchickwrotewithconfidenceabouttheCyberneticSociety,aswellhe
might,beinginthethickoftheinnercirclewhichwaseventhencreating
it
.Hisarticlewasfrighteninglyaccurate,asitrelatedtheevents
leadingtotheCyberneticSociety
.Itbecameevenmoredisturbing,ashe
movedfromwhatWASin1970,towhatIS -
twentyyearslater .Especially
sincehewroteasthoughthecyberneticsocietywaseventhensolidly
in
place .
ItisregrettablethatMrSchickwasstudiouslynon-criticalofthe
mattershewroteabout,forgivenhisevidenttalents,hecouldhavebeen
aninvaluableallyforliberty
.Ashecalmlyreportedonthesequential
incidentswhich'happened'totakethisnationonthepathitfollowed,the
impressionwascreatedthat"C"followed
"B",
whichfollowed "A", as
morningfollowsnight,whichfollowsevening
.Oneisleftwiththefeeling
thatitwasaninexorableprogression,followinganaturalcourse,not
subjecttoalterationorintervention
.
TermingthegovernmentprovidedinourConstitutiona"political
state",Schickpositedthattheso-calledindustrialrevolutionandthe
growthofhugecorporateconglomeratesledtounrestrainedregulationby
'government'andtotheemergenceofthe"administrativestate" .Thereis
nosuggestionthattheadministrativestatewasinfact,astherecord
shows,aplanneddevelopment .
NewDealactivities,Schickavers,openedthedoortothe"bureaucratic
state",whichinevitablyledtothe"cyberneticstate"
.Again,no
recognitionoftheextensiveevidenceofaplannedprogramtoachievethese
"states" .
SchickdidnotquestioneitherthelegalityortheConstitutionalityof
thesechanges
.Hesimplyviewedthemasnaturalphenomena
.Hepointedout
that,beforeadministrativegovernance,theConstitutionalrulesof
representationstillapplied,butwiththeemergenceofregulatory
agencies,advisoryboards,andotherappointiveoffices,Congresswas
"liberated"fromrepresentation,forCongress"cannolongerexercise
closesupervisionoftheiraction
."( MrSchick'sarticlewaswrittenabout
thetimethattheCourtswere'finding'thattobealegalprinciple
.)
Astheonlyestablishmentfiguretomyknowledgewhoadmitsthatthe
roleoftheSupremeCourt,duringthetimehedesignatedas"thepolitical
state",wasinfactinterpreterofeventsrelativetotheConstitution,it
isdisappointingtofindthatMrSchickfoundnofaultwhentheroleofthe
Courtchangedtobeingarubberstampforadministrativegovernance,with
nolawfulauthorityforthatchange,andthathenoddedapprovinglyatthe
Court'sincreasedemphasisonseparationofpublicandprivateaffairs,and
ofadministrativeandpoliticalmatters
- allwithoutchangingthe
Constitutiontopermitthem .
Schickpointedoutthatthe"bureaucraticstate",whichfollowedthe
administrativephase,beganthechangefromgovernment regulation of
businessandcitizenaction,togovernment operation ofbusinesses,and
control ofthecitizens .AccordingtoSchick,atthispoint,
"participatorydemocracy"becameimportant,ascitizensfoundtheycouldno
longercontrolthebureaucracythroughtheirelectedrepresentatives,who
hadforfeitedtheirConstitutionaldutiestoappointedadministrators .
Schickdescribeshowbureaucratsusedcitizenactiviststosupport their
demandsonCongressandthePresident ;howCongresslookedtothecitizen
groupsforapprovalofwhatwasbeingdoneintheirname( seenanygood
opinionpollslately?) ;andthepresidencyusedsuchgroupstomobilizethe
apatheticvotersortoactasgo-betweenforhimandthemasses .Schick
ignorestheessentialelementof'representation',whichisthat government,
respondstothewillofthepeople . Obtaining'consent'bysuchcontrived
meansasgroupdynamicsorDelphiisNOTwhattheConstitutionisabout .
MrSchickalsodidnotdiscussinthisareahow,oncethecybernetic
statewasinplace,particpatorydemocracywouldhavetobephasedout .
Neitherdidheexpoundonhowitcouldoperatetofurtherthemarchinto
thecyberneticsocietyonitsowninitiative,oncethepeoplelearnedhow
democracycouldbeusedtoachieveagoalnotsharedbythemajorityofa
constituency .
Developmentofcrowdcontroltechniquessuchasgroupdynamics,Delphi,
sensitivitytrainingandnumerousothervariants,openedthedoorfor
"democracy"toperformentirelyapartfromtheofficialpoliticalmoves,
allthewhilesupportingtheofficialgoal .
TheseeventsalsoaffectedtheCourt,wheredecisionsturnedfrom
passiveexaminationofimpactontheConstitution,toactiveparticipation
inthepoliticalprocess .TheCourtupheldnationalizationofhumanrights
( asin'civilrights'),applyingfederalstandardstoanever-broadening
policepower in
theStates,indefianceofthe9thand10thamendments .As
thecyberneticagedawned,Schickpointedout,theCourtfunctionagain
changed
.Fromtellingthegovenmentwhatitmustnotdo,itbegan
instructingthegovernmentinwhatitMUSTdo
.
MrSchickfocussesonthefactthatthelinesbetweenpublicand
privatesectorsbegantodiminish,asgovernmentalregulationbecame
endemic .'Government'alsobegantochange
.Froma'doer'ofpublicacts,
itbecamea distributor and
withholder ofpublicbenefits .Schicknoted
that,in1970,cyberneticprogramswerestillembryonic ;governmentlacked
thecapabilityofcontrollingandmonitoringallthefactorsthesystem
demanded
.Twentyyearslater,'government'hasachievedasubstantial
capabilityinallelementsofcybernetics .
Aspublic/privateboundariesdisappear,asimilardisintegrationtakes
place in
thepolitical,bureaucraticandadministrativespheres .
Administrativeactionbecomespoliticized,politicalactionbecomes
bureaucratized .AsSchickstated,"Thesupremepoliticalactionof
determininglegislativedistrictshasbeenturnedovertocomputer
specialists
." ( Wecouldn'tagreemore .Wethinkyouwillalsofinditso,
whenyoureadinthisbookthesadtaleoftheCaliforniaexperiencewith
"reapportionment"
.)
Policydeterminationshadbecomedependenton"theinternaldynamicsof
the( political)organization",Schickreported
.Inmakingdecisions,
publicofficialsnowrelyonreports,pastbudgets,data,moneyavailable,
staffexpertsandthecyberneticgoals,insteadontheneedsanddesiresof
III -
32
thecitizens .
Americanow,inthelastdecadeofthe20thcentury,isintheultimate
cyberneticstate . Proformarepresentationstillexists,buttheelected
officialsarelisteningtoadifferentdrummerthanthatwhichbeatsout
thesongofAmerica . Electionsarestillheld,buttheyhavenomeaning .
Theonlyrealissuesarenon-issuestotoday'scandidates
. Thecaliberof
mostofthepeoplewhoofferforelectionissuchthatmostofthemaccept
thisersatzmeansofgovernancewithoutquestion .
Itwilltakeacalculated,strenuous,courageousefforttoreplacea
majorityofthosenowholdingofficewithpeoplewhounderstandthese
things,andarewillingtoplacethemselvesandtheirreputationsonthe
linetosupport,defendandrestoreourConstitutionandthegoodlifeit
provided .
Thatisthe-onlywaypost-ConstitutionalAmericacanhenullified
.
ONTHEROADTOREVOLUTION - 3 3 -
FifthEstate -
orFifthColumn?
liewasoneofthemoreobscureestablishmentpersons,andthesubject
hadnoapparentpertinencetoanythingbeingreportedatthattimeonthe
'news',sotheimmediatequestionhadtobe,"WhywasTomBraden,erstwhile
smalltown,Californiapublisher/editor,longtimesupporterof
-
'liberals'
andtheircauses,viciousanti-'conservative',broughtintoprimenational
TVnewstime,todiscusswhathecalledTheFifthEstate?"
Thefactthatthisinterviewtookplaceatall,lendsmoreimportance
tothemattersdiscussedthantheymightseemtohave
.
Thefirst"ThreeEstates",are,ofcourse,thelawfulgovernmentofthe
UnitedStates -
legislative,judicial,executive
. Tothose,intime,was
addeda"FourthEstate" -
thepress
. Butnow,herewasBraden,assistedby
NBCsDavid1iartman,gratuitouslypointingoutthatthereisnowaFifth
Estate -
thearmyofnameless,faceless,personswhodomuchofthework
forwhich"representatives"areelected
.
Wasthisanotherattempttoquiettherestlessnatives?(Bradenmadea
pointofsayingthat"nothingcouldbedone"aboutit
. )Wasthesubject
somehowtiedtothethen-current"investigations"aboutsecurity?(Braden
saidthatitwasimpossibletoprovideprotectionforconfidentialmatters,
duetotheFifthEstate
. )Hisopenreferencetothesetwopossiblereasons
forhisappearance,probablyeliminatesthemascausefortheinterview
.
Pastexperiencehasshownthatthe"insiders"usuallyhavesomeoblique
motiveforthemovestheymake,andtheyneverbutnevergivethetrue
reasonsfortheirmoves
.
Bradenspokeofthemorethan3 0,000secretaries,assistants,and
otherstaffinWashingtonD . C
. alone,whodevelopthepositionpapersfor
electedofficials,writetheirspeeches,answertheirmail,andotherwise
relievethemofthelaborsofpublicoffice
. Thesearedulyonthe
payroll,so,presumably,theyaresubjecttosomekindofcontrol .
Inadditiontothese,Bradensaid,thereareabout3 ,000unpaid
"volunteers",withaccesstoeverythinginacongressionalorsenatorial
office
. Theseare"brilliantscholars",collegestudents,orpolitical
supportersoftheincumbent,identitiesnotnecessarilymutuallyexclusive .
ThesedonothaveIDcards,noraretheyaccountablefortheirbackground,
activities,orintent .
Whilenotinanywayimpugningthoseamongthemwhohavenoulterior
motive(andtherearesurelysomeofthose),thedangersinvolvedinthe
equivalentofamilitarydivisionofunauthorizedvolunteerssupposedly
doingthe"people'sbusiness",cannotbeoverstated .
OneremembersBeria'spsychopoliticianswithacoldshiver . These
swarmsoftheunelectedaboundintheStates,aswellasinWashington . In
thelightoftherecordofonce-staunchAmericanswhoheldoffice,andwho
betrayedthetrustgiventhembytheirconstituentsthroughpersonal
degradation,psychopoliticsbecomesmorebelievable .
Onecannot,forinstance,imagineJohnSchmitz,longtimeCalifornia
Senator,effectiveCongressman(withanunexcelledvotingrecordinboth
seats),sometimecandidateforPresident,devotedhusbandandfather,loyal
friend,devoutCatholic,dedicatedfoeofaberrantsexualbehavior,casting
offallhislifelongprincipalsandqualitiesofcharacteronhisown
initiative,betrayinghiswifeandhiseightchildren(nottomentionthe
thousandsofhissupporters),and"shackingup"withoneofhiscampaign
workers
. Butasaresultofpsychopoliticalmanipulation,suchbehavioris
III -
3 4
preciselywhatcanbeexpected
.
WhenTomBraden's"volunteers"areviewedinthecontextofformal
governmentalprecautions(resumes,jobapplications,securitychecks,
closedcircuitTV,andthelike),itispassingstrangetofindthatthese
peoplehavetherunoftheCapitolofficebuildings,sansaccountability
.
Referencedto a
speechmadeintheHouseatthisproximatetimebuton
adifferentsubject,thisarmyofvolunteerscouldwellassumetheaspect
ofaFifthColumn,ratherthanMrBraden'sFifthEstate .
Whilebringingoutsuchinformation,asMrBradendid,is . anadmirable
endeavor,itiscounterproductivetoassertthatnothingcanbedoneabout
it,unlessthatwasthegoal - tohavenothingdone . ANYTHINGthe
governmentispresentlydoingcanbechanged,ifthepropercorrective
stepsaretaken . Thisisnottosaythatthedaymaynotcomewhenthat
willnolongerbetrue,unlesssuchstepsarebegun - andthatsoon .
Over50yearsago,then-CongressmanSamuelPettengill(D-Indiana)put
thissituationinperspective,whenhewrotethatitbegsthequestionto
saythatitishardtotellwhentwilightends,andnightbegins . ThereIS
apoint,hestated,"beyondwhichitisnight
. Thereisapoint,where
freedomends,anddespotismbegins
. . . "
Perhapsitwouldbemoreapplicablehere,tosaythattheshadowsof
despotismforetelltheendoffreedom
. Therethesimileends,however,for
nightMUSTfall,andourgovernmentneednot .
Attheheartoftheproblem,asinsomanycasestoday,isthe
burgeoningbureaucracy,bywhichdecisionsformerlymadebyelected
officialsbecomethepurviewoftheseappointedexperts
. Themorecontrol
putintotheirhands,themorehandsareneededtoexercisethecontrol .
Itisfutiletopasslawstocloseloopholeslikethis
-
evenwhen
thoseholesarebigenoughtodriveaherdofbuffalothrough
. Onlya
solutionwhichincludeseliminationoftheunelecteddecision-makerscan
correctsituationssuchasthis
.
RecommendedReading
:
"SMOKESCREENS",SamuelPettengill,"America'sFuture"
.
193 9
ONTHEROADTOREVOLUTION
- 3 4 -
TheCONTRAtemps
intheNSC
Thelongawaitedmomenthadarrived
. AshestrodeintotheHearing
Room,hiswholemienwasoneofconfidence
. Hewashandsome,erect,
assured-
aprototypeofwhataresponsibleyoungofficialintheExecutive
OfficeofThePresidentshouldbe
.
Inhisposition,hehadbeenoneoftheselectfewwithaccesstovital
informationessentialtonationalsecurityandadministrationofthe
affairsofstate
. Inhisofficialcapacityhehadtheresponsibilityof
helpingtoformulatepolicy,andofdevelopingwaysandmeansofcarrying
thosepoliciesforward .
Now,hewasbroughtbeforeaCommitteeoftheCongresstoanswertothe
manner in
whichhehaddischargedhisduties
.
AgroundswellofsupportfromhiscolleaguesintheExecutiveOffice,
aswellasfromthegeneralpublic,grewashefacedhisquestioners,and
parriedtheirthrustswithremarkableskill
. Hewasarticulate,calmin
thefaceofanevidentbiasintheinterrogation,andsupportforhim
intensifiedasthedaysofhisordealpassed
.
HisnamewasAlgerHiss
.
Theparallelofthatlong-agoHearingtothematterofOliverNorth
appearstotrailoffatthatpoint
. Exceptthattheimpactofthesetwomen
intheperformanceoftheirofficialdutiesmustcontinuetoaffectthe
courseofthisNation
.
Theremaybeyetanotherparallel
. Ifso,itisexceedinglyunlikely
thatitwilleverbeofficiallydisclosed,especiallyasitmightapplyto
OliverNorth
. IfsuchaparallelasIamabouttosuggestexists,itwould
beofsuchextremeimportancethattofailtoincludeitasapossible
cyberneticexercisewouldbeaderelictiononmypart
.
ItisanestablishedfactthatAlgerHisswasundercommunist
disciplineallduringthetimethathewasanofficial
in theState
Department
. OliverNorth'stestimonyabouthisactivityasamemberofthe
groupselectedtoadvisehisCommander-in-ChiefonNationalSecurity
matters,andthemannerinwhichhepresentedthattestimony,strongly
suggestthathe,too,mighthavebeenunderdiscipline . Not"communist"
disciplinetobesure,butacontrolevenmoresinister
.
WhentheUnitedStatesCongresspassedtheNationalSecurity(sic)Act
of194 7,awholenewspectrumofproblemswascreated - problemsfarmore
inimicaltothesecurityofthiscountrythanthoseNSA-4 7wasstatedto
cure .
Anongitsprovisions,NSA-4 7reorganizedtheseparate,autonomous
militarydepartmentsintoone,integrated,unifiedcommand,creatinga
structureideallydesignedtohousetheultimatecybernetic
servo-mechanism . Inthedebatesonthebill,thisfactwasnevermentioned .
Itwasnotaconsiderationbecauseatthattime,onlyaselectfewknew
thattherewasaschemeafoottorevolutionizetheconductofthepublic
business
. Onlythatsmall,selectgroupknewthenthatsystematic
managementwasthewaveofthefuture - butalmostnooneelseexceptthose
directl3 involvedincreatingTheSystemdid .
Absenceofthatinformationpermittedafatalflawinthedecision
CongressmadeontheNationalSecurityAct . For,asaresultofNSA-4 7,the
DepartmentofDefensebecametheincubatorforthesystemofmanagementand
control,andacancerouslesiononthebodypolitic .
III - 3 6
SowhatdoesallthishavetodowithOliverNorth?
Simplythis
: thereisaclearrecordofactivitywithintheranksof
theeducationalEstablishment,ofcomplicity
in
developmentofmethodsof
controllingpeople,placesandthings
. Inthesectionofthisbookcalled
"TheCommonMind",thatsituationisexploredmorethoroughly,butforour
purposehere,weofferthefollowing
:
OliverNorthisofthegenerationwhichhadthefirstelementsofThe
Systemappliedtothem
in thepublicschools
.

Hewouldhavebeenin
elementaryschool
in
thefifties,whenradicalconceptswererapidly
replacingtriedandtrueteachingmethods
. Indoctrinationwasreplacing
education -
towhatpurpose?
Inlatergradesinschooltherewere"sociodramas",groupdynamicsand
otherpsychologicaltoolstoconditionfuturecitizenstoacceptdirected
reactiontoanygivensituation
. Allthroughtheyearsinpublicschool,
thereweretheubiquitous"cum(ulative)files",whichchronicledthe
conductofthestudentsequentially,allowingtrackingofhis/herreaction
totheschoolexperience,aswellasacademicprogressorlackthereof
.
Then,inhighschool,the'counselor'becameafixture
. Counselors
couldchannelthestudentintofutureoccupationbyreviewingthe"cum
file" . But in
additiontotherecordofacademicprogress,therewasalso
thatrecordofhowcooperativeorotherwiseastudentwas
. Thosewhowere
morecooperative,moresusceptibletocontrol,couldbechanneledinto
occupationswheretheycouldbestservethecauseoftheEstablishment
.
Thosewhodemonstratedstrongpersonalconvictionorrebelliontoauthority
couldbehandled in otherways
.
Throughouttheschoolyears,Americanhistoryandgovernmentwere
downplayed
. Disinformationandmisinformationwereintroducedintotexts
.
Triedandtruevalueswerereplacedwithanewmorality
. Thecontinuityof
oursocio/politicalheritagebecamedisjointedbyredirectingthewaythese
futurecitizenswouldviewtheworldanditsproblems
.
Ithasbeensaidthat"inpoliticsnothingever'justhappens'
- ifit
'happens',itisbecauseitwasplannedthatway
. "Isn'titsimplytoo
muchofacoincidencethatallthesethingswhichwerebeingintroduced
intotheschoolsinthe50sjust'happen'tofitaspreparationsfor
introductionofTheSysteminitstotalimplementation?
AstheymightapplytoOliverNorth,consideragainhisappearance
beforeCongressasacareerofficerservingintheOfficeofthePresident
.
Allhisadultlifewasspentinthemilitary,whereTheSystemhadbeen
perfected
. Didhisschoolrecordshowhimtobealikelycandidatefor
servicetoahighercausethanrunofthemillgraduates?
Therehavebeennumerousaccountsof'experiments'performedonservice
personnel,withouttheirknowledgeorconsent
. Documentedexamplesofthese
experimentsviewitheachotherfortheircallousdisregardofthe
consequencessufferedbythevictims,or,indeed,theirrightsunderthe
Constitutiontobesecureintheirpersons
. Mostwidelyknownofthese
experimentswasprobablythedeliberatetestingofnuclearfallouton
unsuspectingGI'sintheNevadadesert
. Isittoofarfromrealityto
suggestthattheneedforsubjectsonwhichtotesttheeffectivenessof
systematiccontrolhadalimitlesssupply
in themilitarywhereitwas
developed?WasOliverNorthprogrammedforwhathewasdoing
in theNSC?
tiemayneverknowforsure .
WhatwedoknowisthatOliverNorthpubliclyadmittedtoperforming
actswhichwerenot
in characterforanyonewithhisbackground,stated
beliefsandintelligenceandhetestifiedtothoseactswithaconviction
whichgavethemavaliditytheydidnotwarrant .
Whatwemustknowisthatcyberneticsasaconditioningagentisa
clearandpresentdangertonationalsecurityinthecontextofourlawful
government,aswellasadamocleanswordovertheheadofeachandevery
citizenwhocanbeusedtofurthertheschemesofthemattoidswhowere
abletopenetratethemostsensitiveredoubtinoursecurityarmor - our
armedforces .
OliverNorthmayindeedbetheholeinthedikewhichcanbecomethe
floodofresistancetoPostConstitutionalAmericasodreadedbythe
Elitists .
ONTHEROADTOREVOLUTION -
3 5 -
TheTwistoryofHistory
Asitistoday,soitwas,backinthedayswhenthewhisperingwinds
ofchangebegantoincreaseinforceandvolume
. The"publicpress"hada
noticeablebiasagainstinvestigativereportingofthewho,when,where,
whatandwhyofsubversion,justasitdoestoday
.
Americanistcolumnistswereavanishingbreed
. Withfewexceptions,
newspaperswhichtoldthetruthwithoutfearorfsvorwereisolated,
generallyknownonlyinalocalarea
.
Thenumberofpublisherswhowouldprintbooksdetailingtheattackson
theAmericandreamcould,eventhen,justaboutbecountedononehand
.
Aslongagoas1919,subversionofthepresswasdocumentedbyradical
UptonSinclair,whobelieveditwasdonetopreventpropagandizingfor
socialism
. Whateverpromptedhisresearch,itwasthorough
-
andaccurate
.
hisrevelationsofthewaysandmeansbywhichthepresswastakeoverare
morebelievabletodaythantheywerethen
.
Thisvoidhadtobefilled by
othermeans .
Citizenswhoscenteddangerinthecomingstorm,voluntarilytookon
thetaskofalertingtheirfellowAmericans . Privatenewslettersbeganto
obtainwidereadership,andmultiplecopiesweremadeavailableforfurther
distribution
. Individualsbegansendingmessageswiththeirpaymentsfor
bills
. Patrioticbusinessmenrespondedwith"envelopestuffers"intheir
monthlystatements,andsometimesevenspeakingoutonpublicissues
in
theiradvertising . Inexperiencedentrapreneursbecamepublishersofbooks,
toassurecontinuedavailabilityofthefactsoncurrentevents
.
Fortheiroutspokendevotiontocountry,someofthesepaidahigh
price,inboycotts,propertydamage,orevenmoredrasticretaliationfrom
thepromotersofchange .
The"bumperstrip"wasinvented,andsometimestargettedthecarsof
patriots
. Theshort,pointedslogansoftenbroughtreprisals
- radio
aerialstornoff,slashedtires,windshieldsbroken .
Evenvandalism,however,didnotdampentheardoroftheoppositionto
themovementwhichthreatenedthefreedomofallmankind
. Itonly
sharpenedthefocusonthekindofmentalitysupportingthatmovement .
Oneofthose"envelopestuffers"read,simply
:
"Historiansofthefuturewillmarvelatthenon-resistance
ofthosewhohadthemosttolose" .
Whiletherewasanobviouspointinthatstatement,therewasa
secondarynoteofoptimism,for'historiansofthefuture'wouldonly
marveliftherealresistancewassuccessful . Theestablishment
revisionismwhichwaseventhenreplacinghonestreportingmadeTHATa
certainty!
Today,historyisbeingchanged,evenwhileitisbeingmade
. The
'rehabilitation'ofthosewho,earlyon,assistedinthesubversionofthe
Americangovernment,isbutonemanifestationofthe new
revisionism . Many
ofthesewere"victims"oftheworkofMcCarthy
. Thoseknown
collaborators,theirreputationslaundered,nowworkunderacloakof
respectability,whiletheverynameofoneofthegreatesttwentieth
centurypatriotsisreviled,andusedasasynonymforevil
.
Unlessanduntilthereisareversalofdirection,favorablehistoric
III - 3 9
recognitionofHenryKissinger'speripateticdiplomacytsassured,despite
theinhibitionsofsomeofhismostardentsupportersoverthemanipulation
oftheinternalaffairsofRhodesia,SouthAfricaandAfghanistan,visavis
hislackofsimilarpostureconcerninghumanrightsandapartheidinthe
SovietUnion .
ThebloodydictatorofRedChinaisreveredindeathas"HERO
-
STATESMAN -
POET"
Thepatheticpuppetsbeingofferedaspresidentialtimberbythetwo
majorpartiesinthiscountry,areunabletoreachtheheartofAmerica,
despitetheirprogrammedpresentationswhichproclaimtheirdedicationto
theprinciplesmostdeartothatheart
. WhattheyAREcomesthroughtoo
clearlyforAmericanstohearwhattheysay
. Effortstodestroywhatever
credibilityeithercandidateforthepresidentialnominationmighthavehad
bodesnogoodfortheirpartsinhistoryifthetruthprevails
.
Perhapsthemostinterestingtwistoryinvolvesthedownplayingof
establishmentissueswhichareunacceptabletotheAmericanpublic
. Acase
inpointisthesimultaneousdisappearancefromthefrontpagesofPanama,
afterthenegativereactionfromthecitizensoverthegive-away
. Makinga
non-issueofanyefforttoexposeestablishmentactivityisanother
example
. Yetanotheristheeasewithwhichtheentiremediaswitchesfrom
oneleadstorytosomeentirelyunrelatedincident,asifoncue
. Vying
withthattwistorymustsurelybethecapabilityforcontinuing"talks"
withwhateverpuppetsitsasHeadSpokespersonfortheKremlin
- talks
whichwindupwithtreatysigning,despitethe50yearhistoryofSoviet
failuretoperformonTreatyobligations
. Overandovertheyprove
Krushchev'sdictumthat"promisesarelikepiecrusts
-
madetobebroken" .
SurvivalofourConstitutionalRepublicisthenumberonenon-issue
today
. The"non-people"who,throughgreatsacrifice,haveoffered
alternativecandidatesonthirdorfourthPartytickets,areinvisible,so
farasthemassmediaisconcerned
. Aswiththeoneman,onevote
'principle',whichonlyapplieswhenitbenefitsplanned'change',"equal
time"isnotforthosewhoopposethePlan
. Theirplace in historyis
obvious,unlesstheysuccessfullyopposeit
.
ThereismountingevidencethatthePavlovian"conditionedresponse"
techniquehasbeenwidelyusedontheAmericanpublicformorethana
quarterofacentury -longbeforeTheSystemsurfacedasgovernment
policy .
CongressandtheExecutivehavebothacceptedthistotalitariantoolas
anofficialoperatingprocedureinourgovernment
. Stateandlocal
governmentshavequietlyacquiescedtoit . Publiceducationisnow
directedandcontrolledbyit
. Privateeducationisbeingpenetratedwith
it
. *Reapportionmentbroughtitintothepoliticalsystem,where
itis now
arealthreattofreeelections
. Thereisagrowingwillingnessamongsome
segmentsofthepublictousemind-changingtechniques,suchasgroup
dynamicsand/orDelphionanunsuspectingtargetgrouptoachievethe
establishmentgoals .
Nooneshouldmarvelatnon-resistance
. Themarvelousthingisthat
thereissomuchresistance,andthat
itis visiblygainingstrength
.
WiththehelpofGod,thismomentousyearinhistorywillseearevival
ofthespiritwhichbegantheAmericandream,andabeginningofareturn
totheidealsandmoralswhichmadethatdreamareality
.
*Forsystemspenetrationofreligiouseducation,contact
"CatholicsforTruthinEducation",104 1East16 8Street,South
Holland,Illinois,6 04 73
P o l i t i c a l S u b v e r s i o n
c h :
37 Th e Ne w Impe r a t i v e
pa :
IV 1
38 A V i gn e t t e o f Hi s t o r y IV 3
39 Th e Ne w Br e e d IV 7
40 Ma i n t a i n i n g t h e Tu r f IV 9
41 A S t r a t e gy o f Fr a u du l e n c e IV 1 4
41 Wh e n i s a La w No t a La w? IV 1 6
43 No n e S h a l l Es c a pe IV 1 8
44 P i t y t h e Ge n t l e ma n IV 2 0
fr o m Oh i o
45 Wh o s e Ox Is Go r e d? IV - 2 2
46 On t h e Jo b Tr a i n i n g IV - 2 4
47 Ho w S o o n We Fo r ge t IV - 2 7
48 De ja V u IV - 2 9
49 Al l Is No t Go l d IV - 32
50 Th e Il l u s i o n o f Ho pe IV - 35
51 Re a ga n V o ws t o IV - 37
Ro o t Ou t V e n a l i t y
52 Wa t e r ga t e - a n d Aft e r IV 39
53 Wi n t e r gr e e n fo r P r e s i de n t IV 44
54 Th e Ti me s De ma n d S ke pt i c s IV 47
POLITICALSUBVERSION
-
3 7 -
TheNewImperative
Towardtheendofthelastcentury,unabletomoverepresentative
bodiestoacceptthechangestheyneededtomodifygovernmentalprinciples,
policiesandpractices,radicalsbegancajolingthecitizenryinto
supportingthe'democratic'additionoftheinitiative,referendumand
recall(IRR)toStateConstitutions
.
BeginningwithsparselypopulatedStates,andbackedbyincreasing
supportinthepress,thisalienconceptmovedfromreceivingstrong
resistancein1890,toattainingbroadbasedsupportby1918,when22States
hadadoptedoneormoreofthesedemocraticdevicesforfrustratingthe
legislativeprocess
. MoreStateshavedonesosince,untiltodaythereare
onlyafewwhichhavenot
.
Intendedtoserveradicalcauses,andinitiallyusedonlybLradicals,
IRRhascomefullcircle,untilnowit
is usedincreasinglyby
'conservatives'toneutralizeevermore'liberal'officialsandprograms,
usuallywithlessthanoptimumresults
. Whichisnomorethancouldbe
expectedofademocraticintervention
.
Onlymonthsafter'conservatives'employedtheinitiativein
California,andpassedtheJarvisamendmenttotheConstitution
(Proposition13 )toforceamorefrugalattitudeontheirofficials,the
recordshowsthedisastrousnatureofIRRasatool,andofdemocracyasa
meansofgoverning
. Therehasprobablyneverbeenamorepersuasive
exampleofthewisdomoftheframersofthelegalgovernmentofthis
country,thanthistestof"participatorydemocracy"
.
Dwindlingknowledgeofthenatureoflaw(andofthisgovernment),even
by a constituencyinvolved
in
publicissues,makesIRRadangerousservant .
Admittedly,thereislittlereasonforoptimismshouldsuchameasurebe
takentoCourt
. PerversionoftheCourtfromajudicialtribunaltoa
kangaroocourt,createsaclimatewherethevoiceofthepeoplecanbe(and
hasbeen)found"unconstitutional" . Andyet,Proposition13 wasaclassic
exampleofthewisdomofthefoundingfathersinprovidingrepresentation .
Ifelectiveofficeshadbeenheldby"menalmostgodlikeintheir
abilitytoholdthescalesofjusticewithanevenhand"*,Proposition13
wouldneverhavebeenseenasanecessaryadditiontotheCaliforniaState
Constitution
. Suchmenwouldbeabsolutelynecessarytocarryoutthe
provisionsin13 intendedbythepeoplewhosupportedthatinitiativeto
protectthemfromgovernmentexcesses
. Sincetherearefewsuchmen,and
evenfewerofthoseinpositionsofpower,itshouldcomeasnosurprise
that13 wasused,bothopenlyandcovertly,todestroyrepresentation,and
replaceitwithadministrativegovernance
.
Thescreamsofpainfromthe'liberals',andthecriesof"We'renot
goingtotakeitanymore",from'conservatives'diedaway,asthelatter
wenthacktotheirnormaloccupations,secureinthepassageof13 ,andthe
formerdiscoveredthebenefits forthem whichwerebuiltinto13 . Butthe
abusesperpetratedinthenameof13 setcitizenagainstcitizen ;citizen
againstofficial,andofficialagainstcitizen,causingchaosand
confusion,thoseessentialconcomitantsofchange .
InNovember,1978,theValleyRegionalTrainingCenterinCalifornia
issuedaCallforaconferencetobeheldthenextmonthatFresno,to
"providepublicofficialswithnewideasandopportunities"toachievethe
objectiveofsubstatedistrictsunderregionalumbrellacontrols(UMJOs)
.
CitingProposition13 asthecatalystwhichtheCallstated"compels
IV -1
change",
itcitedprevious,abortedattemptsto"modernizeandreform
localgovernments"as"academickeepsakes",forwhich,itwasnowadmitted,
therewasnorealneed,andwhichbroughtvociferousoppositionwhereverit
wasproposed .
ButthentheCallproclaimed
:
"ThepassageofProposition13 ,changesallthis
. forethan
anillusionarydreamofthemostvisionaryofourlocal
practitioners,modernizationandreformoflocalgovernmentis
nowanabsolutenecessity . "
Staffedwithastableofsuch"visionaries"astheformerMayorof
Oakland,Johnlloulihan(who,asflavor,calledforanendtocitiesand
counties),RogerAnderman,(then-GovernorBrown'schiefstaffperson
onGovernmentReform),andLeeDrake,(formerDirectorof13 13 sLeague
ofCaliforniaCities),theFresnoConferenceofferedattending
officialsplanningexpertise,newargumentstouseinpromotingthe
"newimperative",thenittygrittyofimplementation,andgroup
dynamicstokeeptheconfereesoncourse
in theirdiscussions
.
'
. Thosewhostillbelieveinthetoothfairymightinsistthatthis
conferencewasjustanotherboondoggleatpublicexpense,andthatthe
followupConferenceinSacramentoinJanuary1979"justhappened",but
whenthelegislativepackagepreparedbytheLeagueofCalifornia
CitiesbeganmovingthroughtheStateLegislature,theymighthave
recognizedasystematicseriesofevents,and,perhaps,eventhe
handwritingonthewall
. Especially,sincethatpackagecontained
guarantees
thattherewouldbe"predictable,reliablefunding"forall
theregionalists'petprojects - andanendtoanyremnant'liberal'
concernaboutthemandateof13 .
Althoughnotimewaslostinitiatingthemoveto"modernizeand
reform"localgovernment,the"package"stillhadheavygoing,andthe
itnevermadeittotheGovernor'sdesk .
Neartheendof1987,thepowerfulSpeakeroftheCalifornia
AssemLl . y,WillieBrown,announcedthathewouldleadacrusadefor
localgovernmentreform,asthoughitwerehisownidea .
SoWilliemadeheadlinesagain
in January,1990,witha4 0-page
b ill. t o placeallofCaliforniaunder"umbrellamulti-jurisdictional
organizations(13 13 sU1IJOs),aschemedevisedinthe70s,promoted
nationwidebyACIR,andnow,broughtoutofthecloset,brushedoff
andheraldedwiththecryof"Modernize!"
Somuchforthevoiceofthepeople!It will continuetobe
ignored,untiltheSpeakeroftheHouseisoneofthosevoices,andis
backedbyfiftyonepercentoftheMemberswhoarealso
representatives
. Untilthathappyday,dependontheWillieBrown's
tocontinuetopromoteTheDream .
Addendum :
QuotefromFDRfamous"States'Rights"speech,kickingoff
hispresidentialcampaignagainst'lerbertHoover - 2March193 2 .
PoliticalSubversion -
3 8 - AVignetteofHistory
In1976 asmallweekly
in
theOzarks(AmericanSunbeam -
Seligman,
Missouri)reprintedapageofhistoryunderthetitle"TheReportofMy
DeathisGreatlyExaggerated"
. Thestorywasavignettewithcontinuing
valuetothoseinterestedinknowingtheinnerworkingsoftheshadowy
worldwhichlurksbehindthepoliticalscene
.
TheiteminTheSunbeamconsistedmainlyofaletterwrittentothe
late,great,SenatorWilliamJennerofIndiana,bythefirstknownvictim
ofasubversionofthepoliticalprocessinAmericaknownas"ThePurge"
.
Therewasmuchmoreinvolvedthanwasrevealedbytheletterthough,and
thisisabout"
. . . the RESTofthestory" :
Backinthe20s,anobscureteacher
in thepublicschoolsinIndiana
learnedofaRockefellerFoundationgrantwhichwasavailableforan
"innovative"programwhichwouldhelp"bringtheschoolsintothetwentieth
century"
. Beinganambitiousprogressive,theteachersubmittedaPlanhe
hadbeendeveloping,anditwasacceptedforfundingasapilotprojectby
theFoundation .
Asthingsturnedout,WilliamWirt'sPlanwaseventuallyadoptedbyall
theschoolsinGary,Indiana,andbyanumberofotherschoolsystems,even
inotherStates .

Hiseffort isstill
recognized,today,as"The'Gary
Plan" .
Whatachangeitmade,inthatteacher'slife,tohavehadthat
opportunity!liereceivedadoctorateandpromotions . tiewaslionized,and
askedtolectureonhisPlan . Hiscupwasfull - untilonesunnySunday
afternooninSeptember,193 3 .
Dr . WirthadgonetoWashington,toparticipate in oneofthe
'seminars'oneducationwhichareroutinelyheld . Onthatafternoon,he
hadbeeninvitedtothehomeofAliceBarrows(oncehissecretary
in Gary,,
butnowanofficial
. in
theDepartmentofEducation)
.
Present,inadditiontoDrWirtandthehostess,werefourother
officialsintheRooseveltadministration,andaseventhperson . Oneof
thegroupwasheadoftheBureauofEconomicsintheAgriculture
Department
;another,aneducationalexpertintheDepartmentofthe
Interior
;thethirdwaseditor-in-chiefofthepublicationofthe
AgricultureAdjustmentAdministration ;andthefourthwasakeyofficialin
theNationalRecoveryAdministration
. Theseventhpersonpresentwas"one
oftheforemostpropagandaagentsoftheSovietgovernmentinAmerica"*
.
Fromthisstrangeassortmentofpeople,DrWirtheardanastoundingset
ofproposals . Apparentlythegroupacceptedhimasoneoftheirown,for
theywerenotatallreticentabouttheirdiscussionsinhispresence
. But
theymisjudgedthisman .
WhileDrWirthad,indeed,furtheredtheschemesoftheRockefeller
GeneralEducationBoardasmanyhavedone,hedidnothaveanyulterior
motive,norwashe,apparently,awarethattherewasoneinvolved . lle-was
aneducator,interestedonlyinwhathesawasanopportunitytofurther
publiceducation . And,hewasanAmerican
.
OnthatsunnySeptemberafternoonhelearnedthatthosepeopleat
Barrow'shouse(andothersinhighposition)feltthattheUnitedStates
systemofpolitical,socialandeconomicorganizationwasnolonger
adequateto"ensurethewellbeingofthepeople"**
. Initssteadmustbe
erectedaplannedeconomy,whereintheeverydayactivitiesofthecitizenry
IV -
wouldberegimentedandcontrolledbythegovernmentfunctioningthrough
bureaus(justasisnowbeingdoneby13 13 's"CouncilsofGovernment")
.
Theythought,DrWirtlaterreported,thatremunerationforwork,and
investmentinproperty,shouldbeundergovernmentcontrol,
evenifthe
titletotheproperty
remainedInprivatehands
.
DrWirtlaterchargedthatthesepersons(whomhenamed)were
using
theirpositions
intheAdministration,andtheirofficialauthority,to
changethefreeenterprisesystemintoaregimentedPlan,whichwouldbe
underfederalcontrol .
Thatday,Dr1
,
!irtlearnedthatitwasplannedthatitshouldbe
believedgenerallythatthemeasurestheywereinstitutingintheNewDeal
weretemporary,tofacilitaterecoveryfromthedepression,butthat,in
fact,theywerefurtheringtheregimentedEconomicPlan,andtheir
penetrationofthegovernmentwasintendedtobepermanent
.
Shockedandprofoundlydisturbed,DrWirtapproachedaCongressmanhe
knew,andtoldhimwhathadbeendisclosedatthatmeeting
. The
Congressmandiscountedthewholething
. DrWirtthenwenttoseveralother
Congressmen,noneofwhomseemedtoaccepthistaleastruth
. IIekepton .
Ilewroteapaperonthematterwhichwaswidelydistributed,and,
eventually,hemanagedtoobtainaCommitteeHearingofhischarges
.
AllsixofthepeoplenamedbyDr
. Wirtdeniedunderoaththattheyhad
discussedsuchmatters . ThemajorityoftheCommitteeoffive
Representativesupheldtheaccused,butaMinorityReportwasissued,which
heldthat,notonlydidtheminorityfindDrldirtaccurateinthosematters
inhisstatementwhichcouldbechecked,butthattheyfoundTHEMAJORITY
?IE11?3 TRSHAD PARTICIPATED in"whatwasapparentlyadeterminedeffortto
discreditDrWirt,andtosuppressthetruth" . ***
Much,muchlater,oneofthemajoritymemberspubliclyadmittedhis
partinthistravesty . ItwasthisCongressmanwhowrotetheletterprinted
intheSunbeam .
CongressmanJohnJ . O'Connor'swastheswingvoteindiscreditingDr
Wirt,permittingthecontinuationofthetreasonousscheme - aschemewhich
plaguesAmericatoday .
Inawrittenstatementadmittinghispartintheconspiracyto
discreditDr1
• l
irt,CongressmanO'Connortoldhiscolleagues,andthe
Americanpeople,whosefuturewasjeopardizedbyhisperfidy :
"Onthesixthanniversaryofthe'purging'ofDrWirt,before
aCongressionalCommittee,ofwhichIwasanactivemember,I
desiretorelievemyconscienceofamatterwhichhaslong
burdenedit . DrWirthadassertedthattherewasadeliberately
conceivedplanamongtheflewDealleftiststoOVERTHROWVIE
h3 TABLISIIET)ORDER, and substituteaplannedeconomyinour
country . . . SomeofhisinformantshadboastedthatPresident
RooseveltwouldbetheKerenskyofthecomingrevolution
. . .
171iilehenamednames,andquotedhisinformants,Itookaleading
partas'prosecutor~ . r. ndinquisitor' . . . Littledidweknowthat
mostofthehappeningswhichDrWirthadsaidtheplottershad
predicted wouldcometopass . . . Manytimes,privately,Ihave
apologizedformypartinturningthethumbscrews,andItake
thisoccasionto(1oItpublicly .
"MayDrW1irt'shonest,patrioticsoulrestinpeace!Hiswas
thevoiceofonecryinginthewilderness . . . "
Herewasaclassiccaseoflackofunderstanding,which permitted
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participationintheplot
.
WhatatragedyforAmerica,
as well
as forDr
Wirt,thatJohnJ
. O'Connor-didnotseefit,sooner,toadmitthesefacts
aboutthiscriminalconspiracytodenyafairhearingtoDrWirt,because
HISvotewouldhavemadethemajorityoftheCommittee
aminority,
andDr
Wirtwouldnothavediedabrokenman-
disgraced,discredited,forhaving
triedtowarnoftheenemywithinthecitadeloffreedom
. Andthecovert,
collectivistplan,whichcouldhavebeencheckedeasily,then,wouldnot
havespreaditsshadowsoverthelengthandbreadthofAmerica
-
andevery
countryoftheworld,aswell
.
In1954 ,Senator
William Jenner(R
. Ind)madeaspeechontheSenate
floor,whichincludedpartofDrWirt'sstory
. Inthatspeech,he
mentionedJohnO'Connor,whichbroughtareply,partsofwhichareworth
includinghere
:
"MydearSenator,
"Twodaysago,intheCongressionalRecord . .
. youreferto
meandastocertaininformation"RepresentativeO'Connortoldus
beforehedied
. "
"Icanassureyouthat,atlatestreport,Iamverymuch
alive
. Iamwillingtowaitonmyepitaphsuntiltheturnofthe
century
.
"Itwasveryinterestingtome,however,thatIcouldread
yourfinespeech -
inwhichyou"speakmefairindeath"onthe
ramificationsoftheCommunistsandtheirentourage
- thefellow
travelers,thepinks,theliberals,theradicals,andmanyofthe
NewDealers .

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"InMayof193 8,asChairmanoftheRulesCommittee,I,
personally,broughtontotheFloor . .
. theResolutionwhich,-when
passed,resultedinthecreationoftheCommitteetoInvestigate
Un-AmericanActivities . . .
suchasaregoingontodayfromall
outpostsoftheanti-Americanmovement - fromtheWhiteHouse
downtotheCommunistcellshereandabroad .
"WhennewsgotoutthatIwouldbring in
thatResolution,I
wasspecificallywarnedbytheleadersofcertainsocieties,
groupsandprominentnewspaperheads,thatIwouldlivetoregret
mycontemplatedaction,whichwouldexposecertaingroupsinthe
UnitedStates . Inthatfallof193 8,Iwasthesolevictimof
the"Purge",undertheleadershipofthePresident,butactually
accomplished - votewise - byturningintomyEastsideNewYork
District,alltheCommunistgroupsthatcouldbemarshalledin
NewYork,andasfarwestasChicago,withhundredsofthousands
ofdollarstopurchasethevotes . (Despitethat)Ionlylostbya
fewhundred .
"Thedriveagainstmewasnotdueto(that)alone,(nor)to
mynationwideradioattackson"TheMenaceofCommunism" . There
wasalsochargedagainstmemyleadershipindefeatingthePlan
ofthePresidentto"reorganize"thegovernment,withhimselfas
Dictator,andalsotomyoppositiontohisSupremeCourtpacking
plan
. Inhis"reorganizationbill",heinsistedonretainingone
provision,topossessthepowertochangethetitleofhisoffice
ashemightseefit .
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"AsforDrWilliam!dirt,yourstatementsinreferencetothe
treatmentaccordedhimaresubstantiallyaccurate . Hebecamea
IV - 5
.
like victim,
becauseheexposedthecellofNewDealCommunists
whichconspired
in
"thelittlegreenhouseonKStreet"tomake
thePresident"thenewKerensky"ofthecomingAmerican
"revolution" .
Someofusoldtimers,however,whohavebeencarryingonthe
fightagainsttheseAmericansturnedtraitors,feeldisheartened
attimes,attheturnofevents,andwonderwhetherornotthe
cardshavebeenstacked,andthatthosepatriotswhowoulddefend
andpreservetheircountryarenotabouttobesmearedtothe
bottomoftheheap,andthesubversiveslandsafelyontop
.
"WhileIdonotknow,norhaveIevermet,SenatorJosephR
.
McCarthy,Idoknowwellmanyofthose . . . whoareleadingthe
mob,bentonlynchingtheSenatorfromWisconsin .
"Pleaseyou,Senator,keepupthegoodfight
.
"Sincerely,
"JohnJ . O'Connor .
Andnow,youknow - therestofthestoryofDrWilliamWirtandJohn
J . O'Connor .
Buttherestofthepoliticalstoryisnotyetavailable,foritisa
serial,continuingmonthaftermonth,yearafteryear . Howitwillendis
uptotheAmericanpeople .
Ultimately, you willberesponsiblefortheoutcome,whetheryoutake
upthetorchlitbyDrWirt,orwhetheryoudonothing
. Ineithercase,it
willaffecttherestofthestory .
Addenda :
*"InvestigationofCertainStatementsMadebyoneDr .
WilliamWirt*,HouseCalendar24 4 ,Report±14 3 9,73 rdCongress,
193 4
.
*Ibid .
*IbidMinorityReport .
POLITICALSUBVERSION -
3 9 - TheNewBreed
Fromthebeginning,theUnitedStatesofAmericahavefostered
individualliberty . Itwasplannedthatway,andguaranteedbythe
Constitution .
Oneformofthatlibertywasfreedomforcitizenstomovetoanylevel
theircompetenceallowed -
socially,educationally,politically . "Social
climbing"wasaphenomenonofthat
. TheeraofHoratioAlgerknewitas
"ragstoriches"
. Alwaysithasbeenrecognizedasaninnatepart of the
libertiesoffreemenguaranteedbytheConstitution . Regardlessofbirth,
anyonecouldrisetoanyheightstowhichhistalentsandindustrycould
takehim . Nothing
inthegovernment stoodintheway . Tothecontrary,
thegovernment protected thisright .
Itwasthisrebirthofman'sinalienablerighttodirecthisownlife
whichheldsuchhopeforpeopleinothercountries,whosenaturalgifts
werestultifiedbyoppressivelawsandcustoms in theirnativecountries .
Therewas,ofcourse,thematterofofficiallyacknowledgedservitude
atthebirthofournation . Atthattime,slaverywasanintegralpartof
manycultures,andnotallslaveswereblack . Butthat'sanother,story,
anditendedhereahundredyearsago . Nobarbedwires,nolaws,have
prohibitedorlimitedfreedomsincethen,foranyone . Untilrecently .
Recently,anewbreedof"climber"hasappeared . Thisnewbreed
proposestochangethisdefinitionoflibertyforeveryone -but
themselves
. Andtheyarealreadywellalongtotheirgoal .
Wealth,perse,isnotthatgoal . Nordothe new breedlooktomoney
tobuildtheladdertotheirgoal
. Theirsisamuchmorequestionable
tool
. Thisnewbreedareideologicaldemagogues,reachingfortheheights
fromthebacksofthosewhosupportthemfinanciallyandwhoarethe
intendedvictimsoftheirambition .
Theirgoal is
notself-oriented,althoughthereisapparent
gratificationwitheachplateautheyachieveonthewaytothatgoal
.
This"newbreed"arethepromotersandimplementers'oftheschemes
dreamedupbythosewhopeopletherarifiedatmosphere
ofour shadow
government-in-waiting
.
Whilesomeofthenewbreeddoholdelectiveoffice,thegreatmajority
arenoteveninoffice,andthosewhoworkwithinthegovernmentstructure
areusuallyinappointivepositions
. Fromtheirseatsonlocalplanning
boards,ascityorcountyadministrators,asappointeddepartmentheads,as
aidestoelectedofficials,orwherevertheycanfindaspottousetheir
talents,theylooktotheirconfreresinotherlocalgovernmentpositions ;
totheircounterpartsattheStatelevel
;to13 13 s"professional
organizations",andto"volunteers"inthecommunitywheretheywork,for
direction,support,andhelpwhenneeded
.
OntheStatelevel,thenextechelonofthenewbreedlooktoanarmy
ofideologuesinallkindsofparallelpositions in
theirsphereof
operation
. Theyreachoutacrossthenation,tootherStategovernments,
tolocalgovernments,toregionalagencies,to13 13 ,andtocollegesand
universities,whicharenurturingbothschemesandschemers
for thefuture .
Theyfindreenforcementsinconsultingfirms,inthinktanks,
in the
educationalcommunity,andevenintheprivatesector,andallofthese
looktothefederallevel,andtheircounterpartsthere
.
Theirclonesatthefederallevelhaveotherconceptualaffiliates,
IV- 7
includingthefederal13 13 cells
. These,inturn,looktointernational
groupsoftheirbreed .
It is,
asII . G
. Wellsoncedreamed,an"openconspiracy"ofa
brotherhood,whomaybefarapartinlifesituations,butaresiamese
clones,indedicationtotheirCause .
Withsuchcollaboration,andthepublicpursetofinancetheirschemes,
isitanywonderthatcitizensaremetwithasolidflankofdenialwhen
theyattempttorightthewrongsthisnewbreedareperpetrating?
Thetax-supportedpublicschoolsaretheincubatorsforthisnewbreed,
andthepublicandprivatecollegesanduniversitiessupplythemwiththe_
ideologytheyprofess,thetechniquestheyuse,andthefellowshipof
likemindedindividuals
. Coursesin"socialengineering" ;languageasa
toolforchange ;managementasacontrolsystem,andotheresoterictools
oftheirtrade,aredailyfareforthe
new breed,astheymatriculate .
Bolsteredbythepoetic"marchtoadifferentdrum"theme,theyignore
theflaktheyreceiveastheybreakthroughtriedandtruelegalbarriers,
intheirclimb
.
Theirhaughtydisregardofcitizensandlegislatorswhopresumetotry
tofrustratetheirpurpose,knowsnobounds . Withsupportfromradical
groupsofeveryshadeofpinktored,theyholdthepowerofofficefor
electedofficials .
Thoseofficialswhovaluethepublictrustgrantedthembythe
electorate,areforcedtocompromisethemselves,falltothisnewbreedat
theballotbox,orfacedestructionbydefamationorlegalattackswhen
theyattempttofulfilltheiroathofoffice .
Americanswhotreasuretheirlibertycanchangeallthis . Onlya
housecleaning,fromthegroundup,willstopthisnewbreed . Putnonebut
Americansonguardatthecityhall,countycenter,statelegislature,and
inCongress,andwatchthenewbreedgetoldfast!
Donotwatchtoolong,however . Therearehundredsofthousandsof
childrenatrisk - beingpreparedrightnow,tojointhenewbreedclan .
Thatisyourotherjob -- seeingthattheseyoungsoulsareprepared,
instead,forfreedom .
RecommendedReading :
"TheOpenConspiracy"11 . G . Wells,DoubleDayDoran1926
POLITICALSUBVERSION -40-
MaintainingtheTurf
liewasanAmericanstatesman .
He'dbeenamemberofbothContinentalCongresses
;asignerofthe
DeclarationofIndependence
;aMemberofthefirstCongressoftheUnited
StatesofAmerica
;aUnitedStatesCommissioner ;Governorofhisnative
State
;andVicePresidentoftheUnitedStates
. While his nameis
immediatelyrecognizedtoday,heisnotrememberedforanyofthese
illustriousservicesheperformedforhiscountry
.
ThereisevidencetosuggestthatElbridgeGerrywasavictimof
"faction",andnotdeservingoftheopprobriumwhichhasbeenattachedto
hisname . Itmaywellbethatjusticewouldhavetaggedthepartisanevil
whichhisnamebringstomind"Danamandering",forhisopponent,insteadof
"Gerrymandering" -
butthatisreallypasthistory,becauseit'isofno
momenttoday .
WhatwasdoneinthatredistrictingsolongagoinMassachusetts,which
added"gerrymander"toourvocabulary,hasremainedasahorribleexample
oftheevilsoffaction,eversince .
Until1981 .
1981wastheyearCaliforniawaschosentobethevanguard in yet
anotherassaultonthelibertiesofAmericancitizens .
Citizensreceiveshortshrift,whenprofessionalpoliticiansspinthe
wheeloffortune . "Humanresources"areofvalueinmakingthewheelsgo
round,andtheyarethestakewhichsweetensthepotinanydeal . Whenit
comestofreeexpression,however,especiallyatelectiontime,theycanbe
troublesome .
Buttherearewaystogetarounddissent,ashasbeendemonstrated in
theSovietUnion . ThemenintheKremlinhavelonghadtheassistanceofa
secretweaponwhichguardstheirprecariouspowers . Thatweaponhasbeen
knowninthiscountryasthePlanning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSystem .
Thankstoanunbelievablecover-up,politiciansintheUnitedStatesare
beingservednowbythatsamemechanism . Tobefair,wemustadmitthat
mostofthemprobablydonotknowthatthispowerfultool isavailableto
them .
Tomakemattersworse,this,themostawesometooleverdevisedto
assureachievementofagoalisinthehandsofthosewhodreamthe
impossibledreamofamanagedandcontrolledworldorder . Thatisthe
decision-makingtoolwhichisbetterknownasjust"TheSystem",becauseof
thedeliberateefforttodisguiseitbyusingothernamesthantheone
originallygivenit,onceitsnaturewasgenerallyknown .
TheSystemmovedintotheelectionarenathroughaCourtdecisionin
California,extendingaConstitutionalprovisionto
all
governmentwhich
wasmeanttoapplyonlytoCongress . Insodoing,theCourtviolatedthe
9thand10thamendments,andsuppliedtheopportunityforapragmatic
applicationoftheone-man,one-voterubric,whichperpetuatesincumbency .
WhenthelegislatorsinCaliforniaattemptedtousethistoolandto
thatendissuedarequestfordevelopmentofareapportionmentsystem,the
responsesfromanumberofcompaniesinthefieldwereenthusiastic .
Fromthoseresponses,theabout-to-bedisenfranchisedcitizencould
haveseenthehandwritingonthewall,iftheybutknewaboutthem . Which,
ofcourse,theydidnot .
AtleastinCalifornia,(andperhaps in YOURstate),legislative
IV - 9
reapportionmentwheelinganddealingwasunsuccessful,asincumbentsfought
tomaintaintheirownturf,andthehasslewassentbacktotheCourt
.
TheCourtshavinglongsincecastoffjudicialrestraintinfavorof
ideologicaladvocacy,itwasassumedthatthedeterminationwouldcertainly
favorthoseincumbentswhotoedtheestablishmentmark .
WhilepracticallynobodybelievedthattheCourtwouldretireto
Chambers,andemergewithareapportionmentplanengravedonstone,there
wasageneralfeelingthatwhateverwasdetermined,thedecisionwould
benefitthe'liberals'
-boththosein,andthoseseeking,office
.
WhatmostdidnotrealizewasthattheCourtwouldhavetodoexactly
whatthelegislaturehaddone,
. andturnto"systemsspecialists",towork
outanyredistricting
. Thedifferencewas,thatwhen
theCourt issuedits
ukase,therewasnoroomforargument
. It hadthepowertobackupits
decision .
InviewofwhatpoliticiansdidtotheConstitutionalprincipleof
"equalrepresentation"inCalifornia,Massachusetts''gerrymander'wasa
poorfish,indeed
. InCalifornia,onedistrictwasdivided,andaportion
leftontheCoast,withtherestlaidoutalongthefoothillsofthe
Sierras!
"Honorable"menandwomen,electedtoconductthepublicbusiness,have
elected,instead,toconspiretocarveuptheirconstituenciesforpersonal
gain,andacceptedpublicfundstodoit
. Thescheduledbusinessof
governmentwasshuntedaside,asirate
victims ofredistrictingstruckback
attheconnivingadeptsofupsmanship,andviceversa,bydenyingeach
otherpassageofneededlegislation .
"Redistricting"isNOT"reapportionment"withinthemeaningofthe
Constitution
. Theintentofapportionmentisclearlystatedinthat
document,anditsimportanceisemphasizedbyitsbeingplacedinthevery
firstsection
. Itspurposewastoassure"equalrepresentation"
-
nothing
more,and,surely,nothingless
.
REDISTRICTING,ontheotherhand,isexactlywhatthattermimplies
-a
changingofdistricts
. Itspurposeismanifest
. Primarily,itisto
"maintainturf" -
to
assurereelectionofincumbents,
ortoprepareaberth
forpredeterminedoccupantsofan"elective"office
. Theotherfaceof
thatpurpose,ofcourse,istoremove,orpreventelectionof,opposition
.
Noneoftheaboveisethicallyormorallyjustifiable
. ALLofthempervert
andsubverttheelectiveprocess
.
Indesigningpoliticalboundaries,TheSystemiscapableofferreting
outeveryareaofsupportordissent
;ofclassifyingthoseareas,and
placingthemwheretheycandothemostgood-
ortheleastharm -
interms
ofthegoal .
Thereisacomparativelylimitednumberofcompanieswiththeexpertise
toprogramasystemforreapportionment
. Theheadofoneofthemajor
companies,whichhadbeenhiredbytheCalifornialegislature,toldthem
thatredistrictingwasa"taskthatisinherently,inevitably,explosively,
politicalinnature",andhespoketruly
. TheCourtwould,ofnecessity,
havetoturntojustsuchspecialists
. The'justices'COULDNOTdoit
themselves .
Thefewcompaniescapableofsuchanundertakingareingreatdemand,
andtheirexperienceextendsintomanyfacetsofAmericanlife
. Oneof
thesewasArthurYoung,Company,laterinvolvedintheBeating/S
. andL .
caseinCalifornia
.
AProfessorofLawatGeorgeWashingtonUniversity(thefountainhead
whichmastermindedthe5-5-5PlanforimplementingthePPBpilotprojects),
outlinedtheneed,asabasicrequirementinredistricting,for"all
relevant
factorswhichcouldpossiblyinfluenceelections"
.Thosefactors
include,butarenotlimitedto,pastvotingbehavior,partyregistration,
andsocio-economicandpoliticalprofilesofthepeopleinthedistricts
.
Byvirtueofthecomprehensivedatanowavailable,theusual
constraintsofpoliticalboundariescaneasilybecircumvented,inplanning
futurevotingpatterns .Forthesamereason,thesystemsupposedly
preparedforreapportionmentcanaseasilybereprogrammedtocontrol
outcomeofANYelection . Thatcapabilityispresent,now
.
WiththepresentcapabilityofTheSystem,combinedwiththe"hit
lists"oftheradicalgroupswhicharedeterminedtopreventreelectionof
incumbentswhostruggletoholdthelineforAmericanprinciple,itis
evidentthatthegrowingmovementto"reelectnobody"isnotaproductive
waytotrytosetourShipofStatebackoncourse
.Itisfarmorelikely
toadvancethe'liberal'cause,thantoopenopportunityforConstitutional
candidates .
Likesomanyoftherevolutionarythrusts,'redistricting'benefitsare
notlimitedtothesurfaceeffect
.Becauseacontractwithaprivate
companyfordesignofsuchasystemreceivesapprovalofalegitimate
governmentbody,thatcompanyhasaccesstothenumerous'government'files
ofeverykindofdata,includingthosefileskeptonindividualcitizens
.
Thisfactprovidessubstantiveevidenceofthefraudinvolvedinthe
so-called"righttoprivacy"legislationorconstitutionalamendments .Not
onlyisthatdataunlimitedintype,source,andlocation,butprivacyis
violatedbeforeacitizencouldKNOWofit,letalonechallengeit .
Aprivatecompany,suchasArthurYoung,Co .,withunscreened
employees,thushasauthoritysupposedlydeniedelectedofficials)
Inredistricting,politicalandcensusdata,publicagencyrecords,
DualIndependentMapEncoding(DIME),disclosurerequirementsforpublic
officials,pastvotingpatterns,previousredistrictingactivity,andother
information(data),areencodedin a
geographicfile,whichcanbebalanced
againstadesiredcandidate(oranundesirableincumbent) .Resultingdata
isanalyzed,evaluated,cross-referencedtonon-homogenousareasofthe
districttobedefined,andtheSystemprovidesaboundaryreadoutmost
suitedtoachievethegoal
.
Theresultisadistrictwhichassuresthattherearen'tenoughvoters
tokickoutofofficethosewhohaveprovedtheydon'tdeservetobethere,
orreplacethemwithothers,whomightrocktheboat .Thisisonemore
indicatoroftheimpossibilityofeffectiveuseofthe"reelectnobody"
movement .CertainseatsvitaltotheNIEOmovementarealreadysecured
pastanyhopeofsuccessfulassault,becausetherearenotenoughqualified
votersintheirdistrictstotoppletheincumbents .
Evenifthevotersinthosedistrictswereawareoftherealintentof
"redistricting",thereislittlechancethattheymightgetangryenoughto
throwtherascalsoutbeforeTheSystempreventsremedialaction,since
theirbenefitscomefromtheincumbents,andtheyareneverallowedto
forgetthat .Sothemajorresultofthe"reelectnobody"campaignmustbe
removalfromofficeoftheremnantConstitutionalincumbents .
Andthatisnottheleastoftheproblem .Theprocessofredistricting
byuseofpoliticalprofilesofthevotingpublic,cannotonlyconsolidate
supportingareasforagivencandidate,itcanalsoisolatepocketsof
dissent,andmakethemtargetsformanipulation,orcanneuterthem
.
BymeansofthetechniquesofTheSystem,thedatacanbeorganizedand
evaluated,andthensubjectedtocontrolsdesignedtoobtainmaximum
positiveresponse,evenfromantagonisticvoters .Thus,apocketof
'conservatives'canbeisolatedinanoverwhelmingly'liberal'district,
andeffectivelyneutered .
An identified 'conservative'
strongholdcanbecorralledbycuttinga
blockoffa'liberal'districtwhichcanspareit,andredistricting
it
intothetargetarea
.Or,ashappenedinCalifornia,thedistrictsof
threestaunch'conservatives'canberedistrictedtogether,thusassuring
twolostincumbentseats,andleaveonlyonedissentingvoice,wherethere
hadbeenthree .
WhenwefirstwenttotheCaliforniaLegislaturewithourconcerns
aboutTheSystemwhichcoulddosuchthings,oneSenatortoldus,"You'll
nevergetsupportforyourpositiononthismatter
.There'snoemotional
appeal
."Surelyinformationsuchasthisshouldrouseviolentemotion,
consideringallthatisinvolvedhere!
Inonewayoranother,the"campaignreforms"nowbeingpromotedor
alreadyapproved,havetremendoussupportivecapability
in systems
subversionoftheelectiveprocess .
Everycitizenshouldbemadeawarethat
thisSystemisnowoperative
.
Whatit cando
isnolongerspeculation
.Wearenowreportingonwhatis
beingdone
withit .
Tryingtoalertthemajorityofvoterstothatfactisanunlikely
immediateobjective .Inlieuofthat,
everyconstitutionalincumbent
shouldbebriefedonthesefacts,andhelpedtoprepareacampaignwhich
willleadtotowardsupportforacomprehensivesetofhearingsonthe
System
.Stepsshouldbetakentominimizethepossibilityof
systems-controlledelectionsintheyearsahead
.
Asofnow,apoliticalsystemsstrategycanbecircumvented
.Howmuch
longerthat will
betrueisnotdeterminable
.Ifthe"reelectnobody"
movementattainsitsobjective,thereisaveryshort-termtimeframe
.
Unlesscitizensareabletoreplacetheprofessionalwheeler-dealers
withrepresentatives,andretainthosetrueAmericansnowinoffice,the
Soviet"elections"mayportendthefutureforwhatwasoncethelandofthe
free .
Chaosandconfusionareintegralingredientsofthe"politicsof
change",andtheyarenowrampant,inAmericaandworldwide
.
Primafacieevidenceof"adeliberate,calculatedattempt"tobring
aboutchangesinourgovernmentwhicharenotwantedbythecitizens,by
creating
a"climateforchange",wasuncoveredinCaliforniain1974,in
"ThePoliticsofChange"
-
whichwehavediscussedelsewherinthisbook
.
EvidenceoftheintenttousherinaNewInternationalEconomicOrder,
bydisenfranchisingeverylivingsoulwhoisnotaparticipant,
collaboratororcooperatorinthenefariousscheme,iscreatinganarmyof
alarmedpeople,nationwide
.SomeAmericansareseeingthethreathanging
overthefutureoftheircountryforthefirsttime
.
Allaroundthecountry,citizensarerousingfromtheirinduced
'apathy',todemandthat"somethingbedone"torelievetheconditions
beingcausedbythisunprecedentedrevolution
.Theproblem is, the
conditionsweredesignedandcreatedto
produce
thatclimateforchange,
andthosetowhomthenewlyalarmedunwittinglyturnforhelp,areoften
willingagentsofthecabalbehinditall
.
Theneedforthe"loyalopposition"tofindtheirownmeansof
short-circuitingthisprocess,andprovidetheirOWNleadership,is
self-evident
.Thenecessityforthatleadershiptoknowthe
political
realitiesislessobvious,butequallyvital
.
Theworldhasarrivedatthisstateofaffairsbecausethoseopposedto
thisschemehavetriedtowinsupportfromtheirfellowcitizenswith
logic,truth,argumentandpersuasion
.Theproblemwiththat
is, the
revolutionariespossessthat'secretweapon',whichcontrolsthewaypeople
think -
andreact
.Thesituationiscomparabletoonesidepossessingthe
A-andH-bombs,whiletheotherfightsbackwithfootsoldiers,riflesand
handgrenades
.
Bymeansofsystematicmanagement,everyexistinggoalisbeing
altered,and,bythesametoken,peoplearebeingsubornedtoacceptthe
alteredgoals .
Itiscriticalthattherebeanexaminationofthepresentsituationby
everycaringindividual,andsomeeffectiveinterventiondeveloped,to
returntheinitiativetothosewhoshouldrightfullywieldit
.
Anareaneedingimmediateattentionisthevotingbooth
. Alreadyina
shambles,byvirtueofearlierinfringements,ourlawfulpoliticalsystem
isthreatenedbytheultimateusurpation- directeddecisionsatthepolls .
Withredistrictingreplacingreapportionment,combinedwithremovalfrom
officeofeveryincumbentConstitutionalistthrough"reelectnobody"
campaigns,theendofanysemblanceof'representation'isinsight
.
RecommendedReading :
"DemocraticRepresentation
: ReapportionmentinLawandPolitics"
RobertG . Dixon
POLITICALSUBVERSION
-
4 1-TheStrategyofFraudulence
OnthedayRonaldReaganwasconfirmedasthesuccessortoJamesEarl
Carterbytheelectoralcollege,hereallyblewhiscoverasa
'conservative'
.
ThepublichadswallowedhisselectionofGeorgeBushtobehisvice
president
. Withgrowingdismay,knowledgeableAmericanshadreceivedhis
pronouncementsforcabinetposts
. ButthenamingofAlexanderHaigas
SecretaryofStatereallygavetheshowaway
.
Itwasn'tjustthefactthatHaigwasEstablishment
;northemannerin
whichtheannouncementwasmade ;
. noryetthegrowingconcernaboutthe
possibilitythatreorganizationoftheStateDepartment(whichhadbeen
clearedlegislativelytenyearsbeforebutputonicewhenitrousedan
avalancheofprotest)wasalreadyintheworksfortheReagan
Administration .
Whatidentifiedthisstrategyasfraudulentwasthestatementinthe
releasenamingHaigSecretaryofState,thathe"enjoyedtheconfidenceof
theleadersofothercountries" . Nothingwassaidorimpliedthathe
enjoyedtheconfidenceoftheAmericanpeople . Tothecontrary,the
releasewasaccompaniedbyastatementfromtheSenateMajority
leader-to-be,thatHaig'sappointmentcould"bepushedthroughfor
confirmation"despiteobjections .
ThesecircumstancesunderwritetheimportanceoftheneedforAmericans
tobeinformedaboutthestrategiesbeingusedtofurthertheconquestof
theworld . Americans mustknow
thatthe"imperialpresidency"hasno
concernfortherightofthepeopletodeterminetheirowndestiny
. It
evendeliberatelywithholdsknowledgeofwhatisbeingdoneintheirname
.
That knowledge
isessentialinanyefforttoengagetheusurpersin
confrontationsaimedatrestoringtheRepublic
.
ConsiderationofappointmentofanymilitaryfiguretotheState
Departmentisalarming . ThatAlexanderHaigshouldbeselectedwasominous
.
Ilaig,likeEisenhower,wasanobscuremilitaryofficer,untilshortlyprior
tothismove . LikeEisenhower,hewasselectedoutforrapid,unscheduled
advancesinrankandposition
. Eisenhower'sadvancementputhiminplace
tocampaignfortheexecutiveoffice
. Haig'sputhiminpositionforthis
plum .
Tounderstandwhythisisimportanttakesmorethancursoryknowledge
ofthescenariobeingplayedontheworldstage .
Thecharadeswhichaccompaniedthecreationofworldwar1(to"make
theworldsafefordemocracy")hidfrompublicviewthefactthatthat
statedgoalhadlittletodowiththetruepurposeofthatwar
. Thetrue
purposeofourentryintothatwarhadnothingtodowiththeincidents
which'provoked'ourinvolvement
. Officialinformationfromthattimeto
thepresentdoesnotdisclosethetrueintentandpurposeofthatwar .
Thatcanonlybejudgedbywhatresultedfromthatwar .
Theresultwasthatthewar
alignedtheAmerican'government'withthe
conspiracytocreateaninternationalhegemonyintendedtodestroynational
sovereignties . Thatwaralsobegantherearrangementoftheworldmap
-a
necessarypreliminarytotheplannedcontroloftheworldandallits
peoples .
America'sinvolvementinworldwar2wasneededtofurtherthesame
scheme
. ThetestimoniesofAdmiralsKimmel,ShortandTheobaldconcerning
IV - 1 4
PearlHarborwereadevastatingindictmentoftheEstablishment(whicheven
thenhadpenetratedtheExecutiveDepartment)
. Thecourageouseffortsof
anAmericancodeclerkinGreatBritainatthebeginningofthesecondwar
exposedthetrickerywhichwasusedtoinvolve
us in theEuropeantheater .
CreationoftheDepartmentofDefenseafterworldwar2wasanother
phaseofthisstrategy
. TheNationalSecurityCouncil,anotherpage in the
scenario
. So,too,wascreationoftheDisarmamentAgency
.
In1970,JimTownsend,publisherofthe"NationalEducator"
editorializedintheJanuaryissueofhispaper :
"LegislationispendingtomergepartsoftheExecutive
branchofthefederalgovernmentwiththeUnitedNations,through
anall-powerfulcabinetposttobeknownastheDepartmentof
Peace . . .
TheproposedDepartmentofPeacewouldabsorbthe
AgencyforInternationalDevelopment
;theArmsControland
DisarmamentAgency ;thePeaceCorps
;theInternational
AgriculturalDevelopmentServiceandothers . . .
"tindertheproposedlegislation,thefunctions,powersand
dutiesoftheSecretaryofStateandtheDepartmentofStatewill
hetransferredtotheDepartmentofPeace
. . . "
THISwastheproposalwhichwasintroducedin1970toreorganizethe
StateDepartment,and ithasneverbeenvoteddown . Ithashungover
AmericalikeaDamocleanswordeversince . Withtheappointmentofa
militaryofficertoState,thethreadbywhichithangscouldbequickly
severed
. RememberingHaig'sbrassyassumptionofauthorityafterthe
shootingofReagan,onemayspeculateastohowsecurethatthread is .
ANationalPeaceAcademywaspartofthatlegislation,andinAugustof
1980,BillCook,ofLibertyNationalLifeInsurancebroadcast a reportofa
'volunteer'efforttoactivatethe'PeaceAcademy' . Quietly,without
fanfare,agroupcalledtheCommissiononProposalsforaPeaceAcademyhad
preparedaReporttoCongress,urgingaction .
Allofthesescenescoalesceinthesituationwhichgerminatedin
CaliforniaunderthestewardshipofRonaldReagan,mergingthemilitary
withcivilian'peace-keeping'agencies,andthecreationofthe
civil
emergencyfacilityatSanLuisObispo
.
Actualcombatis
a fluidsituation,andsometimesthegameplanhasto
bechanged,foranyofanumberofreasons . Keepinmindthatwhatis
beingdiscussedhereisaformofwarfare
. Haigwasconfirmedas
Secretary,buthedidnotlastlong
. HewasreplacedbyGeorgeSchultz,
whobeganpromotinganotherwayto'peace' -
the'peace'ofamalgamation
withtheworldcommunity - notably,the"evilempire"
.
ThePeaceAcademyisstillonthebackburner
. Itissafetoassume
thatsoistheDepartmentofPeace
.
Meantime,theFederalEmergencyManagementAgencycontinuestoprepare
forthedaywhenitsserviceswillbeneeded .
RecommendedReading :
"AdmiralKi . mmel'sStory",HusbandE
. Kimmel - Regnery,1955
"TheFinalSecretofPearlHarbor",RearAdmiralRobertA .
Theobald,DevinAdair,1954
"The -
CaseofTylerKent",JohnHowlandSnowLongiouse
Publishers
IV- 1
5
POLITICAL SUBVERSION - 4 2
-WhenIsaLawnotaLaw?
Thatis • abasicquestiontoday . IntheUnitedStatesthereareseveral
answers,allofvitalimportancetothefuture .
One is,
whenitisnotinpursuanceoftheConstitution- or,ifyou
will,whenitisunConstitutional
. Anotheranswer is, whenitisanorder
issuedbytheExecutive
. ThisisalsounConstitutional,forunderthe
Constitutiononlylegislativebodiescanpass'laws' .
Anotheransweris,
whenitresultsfromjudicialdecision . Yetanother : whenitisa
regulation,mandatedbyanappointedbody . Noargumenthere!
NOTHINGin
theConstitutionallowsforthat!
Anotherquestion : Whenisacensusnotacensus?Answer : Whenthe
processisusedtoacquireinformationfromthecitizenryotherthanthat
requiredbytheConstitution .
Itisofnomomentwhichoftheabovelawsornon-lawsareusedto
mandatethatadditionalinformationbesupplied,beyondasimpleheadcount,
asprovidedinArticleI,Section2,Part3 ,ofthe Constitutionofthe
UnitedStates .
NONEoftheabove'laws'arevalid .
The"enumeration"requiredbythatSectionwasspecificallytoensure
thateverycitizenwouldbeadequatelyrepresentedintheCongress,by
limitingthenumberofconstituentsofeachcongressman,andfornoother
purpose . '
Asthiscountryisbeingguidedfurtherandfurtherfromitslegal
base,indefianceofcontractualguarantees,theneedforinformationon
whichtodeterminesocialpoliciesgrows,andthenatureoftheinformation
changes
. Privatedecisions,basedonthecitizens'needsanddesires,have
alwaysbeenmadebytheindividual,withonlythecitizens'own
considerationoftheirpersonalcapabilitiesandprospectsascriteria
.
Whenthegovernmentusurpsthosedecisions,itmustalsousurpthefactson
whichprivatedecisionsweremade
.
Thirtyyearsago,whenthePlanning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSystem
wasinitsinfancy,andstillunderwraps,theravenouscomputerswere
alreadybeingprogrammedtoacceptthechallengeofmanagingand
controllingthelivesandactionsofeverycitizenfromthecradletothe
grave
. Itwasthenthatthefirstseriousfederalgrabfornationwide
centrallizationofinformationwasmadebyissuingtheextendedcensus
.
Atthattime,onlyaninsigificantnumberofcitizenswerefacedwith
suchquestionsashowmanybedroomstherewereintheirhomes,howmany
baths,howmanytousethem,andanextensivelistofequallyprying
questions .
That'limited'censuswasconductedforanyofanumberofreasons
. It
preparedthecitizenryforacceptanceofthe"extendedcensus",gavethe
bureaucratsapracticerunoncollectionofinformation
;andbegan
preparationofthecitizenstoaccepteventualtotal'government'coverage
oftheirpersonallives .
Ofprimeimportance,thatcensussuppliedabroad-basedsamplingofthe
dataneededtodothetrialrunsonthesocialprogramseventhenbeing
preparedforanunsuspectingpublic
. Itgaveimpetus,too,tothemovement
foracentral"databank"tobereadyfortheoperativeSystem,intendedto
changeourrepresentativeRepublicintoa
socialized,totally managedand
controlled,administrativegovernance
.
IV- 1 6
Itisreasonabletoassumethatallofthepreliminariesarenow
complete,andthetimehascomewhenthePlannersarereadyto"leavethe
hardissuesofphysicalplanningandpolicy,forthesoftshouldersof
socialpolicy
. "*Themajorlegislationforamanagedandcontrolled
societyhasbecomelaw
;thedatabanksareinplace
;theprogrammersand
analystsaretrainedandhired,andallthatisneedednowiscreationof
"aclimateforchange",thecurrentdata,andonemorepieceof
legislation,toputitalltogether
.
Thatfinalpieceoflegislationwasintendedtobetheintegrated
Bill
called"ThePublicWorksandEconomicDevelopmentActof1979"
. Itwas
abouttocomeoutofCommittee,expectedtobeapprovedbybothHouses,and
signedbytheExecutive,whenSenatorAlanSimpson(R,Wy)initiateda
floorfightagainstitsTitleV
.
SenatorSimpsonstatedthatifCongressweretopassthatbill(S83 5)
aswritten,itwould"declaretheAmericansystemofgovernmentnulland
void,abolishthestates,andestablishanewpoliticalmishmash"
. One
apparentresultofSenatorSimpson'soppositionwasactivationofthe
"climateofchaos",andastrategywhichhasbeensuccessfullyusedover
andoverwasbroughtintoplay
.
S83 5waspassedintheformofanamendmenttoanotherbill(S914 ),
andwassenttotheHouseforagreement,butwasn'tactedonbeforea
recessadjournment
. WhenCongressreconvened,theS83 5companionHouse
bill,HR206 3 ,wassenttotheSenate,debated,amendedandpassed
. Thetwo
billswerethensenttoajointcommittee,forresolution
. Therethe
recordbecomesobfuscated
. WhetherTitleVremained in
thebillasfinally
passedisunclear
. Thatbillwasamasterfulexampleoftheuseof
languagetodisguiseapurpose
.
TryingtoobtainatruehistoryofthePWEDAasitexistsinthe
statutesisnexttoimpossible
. TheevidencesuggeststhatTitleVhasbeen
approved,whetheratthattime,orlater,asanamendmenttosomeother
bill,butthesubstanceofitisclearlybeingimplemented
.
TherehasbeennoConstitutionalchallengetothepalpably
unConstitutionalprovisionsofthatTitle
. Ifthepeoplesupinelypermit
thattocontinue,andaccepttheunConstitutional'census',obediently
bowingundertheoutrageousinvasionoftheirprivacywhichbothrepresent,
thetimewillindeedcomewhenBigBrothertakesover,asthePlannerswork
theirwillwith"consent"fromthepeople's'representatives' .
Noneedtowriteyourcongresspersononthisone . Congresshasalready
spokenonbothissues
. ItisdirectlyinYOURhands . Disguised,true
.
Butforthefirsttime,thepeoplearebeingaskedno,TOLD
- tovote
directlyforBigBrotherandhiscontroloftheirlives
. Penaltiesare
providedifthat"consent"isnotgiven .
Youwantit,youanswerallthosequestions,andmeeklygiveHimwhat
heneedstomakethecontrolwork .
Youdon'twantit,youreadtheFourthAmendmenttotheConstitution,
andletyourconsciencebeyourguide
.
Asforme,givemeliberty
. . .
Addenda :
# Quote : politicalscientistVictorJones,quondam
collaboratoronRoosevelt'sNationalResourcesPlanningBoard ;
sometimeprofessoratUCBerkeley
;and"expert"advisortothe
ACIR . FromhistestimonytoACIRon'localgovernmentreform',
1973 . (ACIRHearingsonSubstateDistrictingVolumeA4 3 a)
IV- 1 7
POLITICALSUBVERSION
-
4 3
-NoneShallEscape
Thereisatale(whichmaybeapochryphal)ofaclergymaninGermany,
who,whenaskedlaterforanaccountingofhisnonresistancetotheNazis,
isquotedashavingsaid,ineffect,that
"First,theycamefortheJews,andIwasn'taJew,,soIdid
nothing
. ThentheycamefortheCatholics,andIwasn'ta
Catholic,soIdidnothing
. Thentheycamefortheenemiesof
theState,andIwasn'toneofthose,soIdidnothing
. When
theycameforme,therewasnoonelefttodoanythingtohelp
. "
EveryoccupantofaseatinCongresstodaywoulddowelltoponderthe
implicationsofthoseremarks,apochryphalornot
. EvenJimWright,but
.
recentlytwoheartbeatsawayfromtheOvalOffice,couldhavebenefitted
fromthisinformation .
WrightwasintheCongressonthe19thofApril,1972,whenaMember
roseonapointofpersonalprivilege,andcarefullydocumentedastoryof
harassmentagainsthim,whichstemmedfromtheperformanceofhisdutiesas
aCongressman
. Theincidentshadtakenplaceoveraperiodofsevenyears,
andweresequential,ashisrecitaldefinitelyshowed
. Ifhiscolleagues
heardhisremarks,thereisnoevidenceofitintheCongressionalRecord
forthatday,norinthedayswhichfollowed
.
ThatCongressmanwasCorneliusGallagher (D . ,N . J . ),
Chairmanofthe
HouseSelectSubCommitteeonPrivacy
. ItwasatGallagher'sinstigation
thatthefirsthearingswereheldontheuseofthepolygraphasatoolof
control
. Theinformationelicitedfromthosehearingsdemonstratedthe
needforcontinuingsuchexaminationsofmethodsbeingintroducedby
'government'toobtaindatapreviouslyconsideredoutsidetherealmof
government's"needtoknow"
. Andso,thecontinuingSelectCommitteewas
createdtooverseesuchproposals .
Hearingsintopsychologicaltesting,anditserosionoftheBillof
Rightsresulted,andtheywerefollowed,inlogicalsuccessionbyhearings
on'theproposedFederalDataBank,anditsthreattoindividualliberty
;on
thefilesmaintainedbycreditbureaus,andtheirusebyfederalagencies
;
andonthedruggingofchildreninthegovernmentschools
.
Inthespring,theSubcommitteewasfightingforitslife,tocontinue
investigation(alreadybegun)intobehavioralmodificationasamethodof
control
. Despiteanunprecedenteddemandfromthepublicforthis
investigation,CongressdefeatedthefundingfortheSubCommitteebyavote
of216 to16 8
.
ByAprilofthatyear,theharassmentofCongressmanGallagherhad
reachedapointwhererumorsandreportswerebeingpublishedwhichnot
onlyreflectedadverselyonhischaracterandintegrity,but,iftrue,
couldpossiblyhavebeengroundsforcriminalindictment
. Instead,the
'government'broughtintrumpedupchargesoftaxevasion
;hisDistrictwas
apportionedoutofexistence
;hewasdefeatedintheprimarybyhisown
Party -
and,eventually,wassenttoaFederalprison
.
Beforeallthat'happened',though,thiscourageousmantookthattime
ofpersonalprivilege,toinformhiscolleaguesofhistravails
.
,LikemostAmericans,untilhe,himself,wascaughtinitspolitical
arm,CorneliusGallagherhadbeen a
supporteroftheFBI . Thereisno
IV - 1 8
1 . /
question, fromtherecord,butthatitWAStheFBI
which initiatedand
encouragedtheharassmentofthisgallantfighterforindividualliberty,
anymorethantherewasinthematterofABSCAM . Who instigated themoves
againstGallagher -
orthoselatervictims - isnotproven .
Whennoneofhiscolleaguesrosetosupporthiminhisdarkesthour,
CongressmanGallaghercontinued,alone,topressforactiontoneutralize
thecapabilityoftheFBItointimidateMembersofCongress
- orcitizens -
whomightbeinclinedtoresisttheforcedmarchintoamanagedand
controlledsociety . Forhewasconvinced,andwithcause,thatthepurpose
ofhisharassmentwastoforcehimtodrophisinvestigations .
OnintroducingtheBillwhichhehopedwouldlimitthepowersofthe
FBI,Gallagherpointedoutthat
" . . . whenItoldthefactsofmyblackmailbytheFBIto
responsibleMembersoftheHouse whileitwashappening, backin
196 6 and196 7,eachrespondedasifIwerealeper,askingto
holdhishand . . . "
Gallagherwascertainlyavictimofreverseserendipity,for,onthe
firstofMay,1972,justafterhehadintroducedhisBilltoinvestigate,
J
. EdgarHooverwasfounddeadonthefloorbesidehisbed . Itwasnotthe
bestoftimestoobtainanobjectivelookattheFBI!
Inhisremarksonthatanniversaryofanotherpatriot'smorefamous
warningofenemyattack,thismodernPaulReveretriedtowarnhis
colleaguesthatitwasn'tjustCorneliusGallagherwhowas in jeopardy,but
eachof them, aswell,or any
citizenoftheseUnitedStates . Hepointed
tothecasesofSenatorsLong,Brewster,FongandTydings
;Congressmen
Dowdy,McCormackandBoggs
. HecouldhavenamedO'Connor,McCarthy,Dies,
Thomas,etal
. Buthewarnedagainstthedangersto
anyone in"standingup
totheelite",from"facelessmenwhointimidateus,preciselybecause
whathappenedtomecanhappentoanyone . "
AtleasttwoCongressmen,thenhiscolleagues,whodidnothing,later
facedsimilarchargesunderABSCAM
. Werethey,too,treatedaslepersby
theircolleagues?
Thelistofvictimsofthisinquisitionsteadilygrowslonger
.
WillCongressevertakealookatthe"surveillancesubcultureandthe
policestatementality"which,byitsveryexistence,intimidates,and
silencesopposition?
"Nomanescapes,whenfreedomfails .
"Thebestmenrotinfilthyjails,
"Andthosewhocry,"Appease,appease,"
"Arehangedbythosetheytriedtoplease . "
-
Authorunknown .
POLITICALSUBVERSION
- 4 4 -
PitytheGentlemanfromOhio
If"uneasytheheadthatwearsacrown",considertheplightofthose
whoservethe"royalcause"
. Notonlyaretheyinconstantjeopardyfrom
the"peasants",justforimplementingroyaledicts
;theymustalsobeware
thedispleasureoftheir"liege",shouldtheyfailtosatisfactorily
fulfillhiscommands .
Foroveraquartercentury,theCongressmanfromOhiohadservedthe
"cause"ofthepowersbehindthegovernmentoftheseUnitedStates,
protectedandpromotedforhisservice . Imagine,then,hisinnerturmoil
onSunday,the23 rdofMay,1976 ,whenhefoundthat,afterallthose
years,he,too,wasexpendable .
Whatdidhedo,tofallfromgrace?Couldithavebeenthereversalof
hispositionontheAtlanticUnionConvention?Perhaps
. ForWayneHays
didnotvotealone,andthatwastheyearthatpassagewasscheduledfor
thatlong-soughtmajorstepintoaworldhegemony
. Instead,althoughthere
weremoresponsorsthanever,themarginoflossonthefinalvotewas
greaterthanthelasttime,bysixteenvotes .
Whateverthereasonforhisimmediateproblems,Hays,himself,
apparentlydidnotknowforsure,atleastinthebeginning
. Hisdisbelief
thatitwas'happening'wasevidentinhisdesperateeffortstowardoff
disaster .
HisspeechonthefloorofCongressontheTuesdayaftertheSunday
headlinesinthe"WashingtonPost"
;thehurriedconferenceswiththe"best
lawyersintheHouse",andoneofthebest"intown" ;thequicktripback
toTheDistricttodemonstratetheconfidence"hispeople"hadinhim
;then
hispatheticappearancebeforetheEthicsCommitteeathisownrequest,
whenhefinallyrealizedhecouldnotstopthesteamroller
. Hewas
obviouslytryingtosalvagesomethingforthefuture . Alltheseactions
speakofhisinabilitytounderstandtheattackonhim .
WayneHayswasnottheworstCongresmanWashingtonhadknown . Hewas,
rather,typicalinmanywaysofthepragmaticpoliticianwho"goesalongto
getalong" . Nowthathehasgonetohisfinalreward,therealreasonfor
theorchestratedattackonhimmayneverbepubliclyknown,butitwas
transparentlynotbecauseofhispersonalconduct
. Suchconductisonlytoo
frequentinthevicinityofournation'sCapitol
. TolearnthatMrHaysdid
notspendhissparetimestudyingofficialbusinesswouldnotsurprise
MembersoftheEthicsCommittee
. Theirdebatesonthevariouselection
reformactsdiscloseasureawarenessofhumanfrailty . Eventhe
possibilitythattheothercharge(ofusingthepublicpursetofinancehis
privatepleasures)mightprovevalid,isnotTHATbigadealintoday's
"post-Constitutional"politicalworld
.
ThosewhoplacethemselvesatthecalloftheEstablishmentsoonlearn
tosublimatewhateverethicalstandardstheytaketoWashington,inthe
interestofthe"supermorality"whichallowsthe"endtojustifythe
means" . Giventhatclimate,it'sashortstepfromofficialblindnessto
personalblindness .
ItisnotclearjustwhenWayneHaysbecameanEstablishmentman .
Obviously,hehaddoneyeoman'sserviceforthemovertheyears . Perhaps
hisriostimportantcontributioncameintheearly50s,whenhewasassigned
totheReeseCommittee,whichwaschargedwithexaminingtheinfluenceof
tax-exemptFoundationsonAmericanlife
. Hiswillingnessmusthavebeen
knownbeforethat,however,forhewentontheReeseCommitteewithablank
IV - 2
0
checkfromCongressionalDemocrats,andaboastedsupportfromthe
RepublicanWhiteHouse . Certainly,neithersideoftheaislesawfitto
blowthewhistleonhisanticsinCommittee,whichwere"calculated"to
crippletheinvestigationofmisuseoftax-exemptfunds .
AlthoughatthetimeoftheHearingsintotheFoundations,
EstablishmentnewspaperswereavidlyengagedinthedestructionofSenator
JoeMcCarthyandseekinganendtohiscourageousbattlewithinternal
subversion,theyfoundfrontpagespacetolaudtheGentlemanfromOhiofor
hissuccessfulefforttostymietheReeseCommittee,andfrustrateits
purpose . Theverypaperswhichdetailedthepecadillosofthissame
Gentlemanin1976 ,werethenflashingstop-the-pressbulletinsabouthis
"heroicefforttoinjectsomesanityandfairness"intotheHearingswhich
threatenedcontinuationofFoundationsupportforEstablishmentcauses!
ThedegreeofMrHays'"sanityandfairness"atthattimeisclearly
shownintheCommitteeprintsoftheHearings,whicharestillavailablein
manyStatelibraries .
MembersoftheEthicsCommitteewerekindertoMrHaysthanHEwasto
thewitnessesbeforetheReeseCommittee . Perhapstheyremembered
Shakespeare'swarning,"Treateverymanafterhisowndeserts,andwho
shall'scapewhipping?",andconsideredtheirownfutures
.
TheGentlemanfromOhiosoundedlikeanechooftheGentlemanfromNew
JerseyinhisremarkstotheHouse,afterthenewsbroke :
" . . . any MemberofthisHouse,oroftheotherbody,iswide
opentoanyonewhowantstomakemaliciousstatements . . . "
Unfortunately,thatistrue,iftheystandinthewayofEstablishment
goals,whetherornottheyhaveeverservedtheEstablishment
.
POLITICALSUBVERSION - 4 5 -Whose Oxis
Gored?
Itmakesadifference
. Ithascomeongraduallyovertheyears,but
thereisnowanestablishedpatternwhichdemonstratesthatOrwellwas
right
. InthelandofBigBrother,someAREmoreequalthanothers .
AsthehighlypaidminionsoftheEstablishmentPressbored in onthe
candidateforsecondplaceontheRepublicanticketfor1988,itwouldhave
beenniceifjustonevoicewereheardsaying"itseemstomeI'veheard
thatsongbefore" . Nonewas,sopleaseletmeremindyou :
*OncetherewasaResidentoftheWhiteHousewhoappointeda
cronytohighoffice,whothenacceptedavicunacoatasa
"gift"
. TheensuinguproarfromtheNewshoundswassomethingto
behold . .

OncetherewasaResidentwhowasguiltyofnepotism,
appointinghisbrothertohighoffice . Did you expect,maybe,a
tenonthescaleofoutrage?Whatyougotwasazerominus .

SomerecentResidentshavehad extra-maritalassignments
whileoccupyingtheWhiteHouse,evenbringingassigneesintoits
hallowedhalls . ThePresswasprivytotheseillicitaffairsat
thetime butnotawordwasspokenorprintedaboutthem
.

Thentherewasonewho hoped toliveintheWhiteHouse,who
tookacruisewithawomanwhowasnothiswife . Isanyreminder
neededastowhatwasdonetohim?

OncetherewasaResidentwhoseclosefriendandappointee
wasinvolvedinpayola . ThenationalNewspersonswere
surprisinglycircumspectinreportingthat .

AnotherResident(neverafavoriteofthemedia)washounded
outoftheWhiteHouse(andmostofhisstaffwithhim),overa
politicalfluffnoworsethansomeofwhichhe,himself,hadbeen
avictim . ThePresshadtreatedtheincidentswhenhewasthe
victimaspecadillos . Thistime,theyledthepackinbayingat
hisheels .
• YetanotherResidenthadaclosepersonalfriendwhowas
accusedofusinghisfriendshipwithTheMantoobtain
governmentalfavorsforaprivateventureintoaskiresort
.
AgainthePressledthewayinthevendetta . Doesanyone
remembernowthataCongressionalinvestigationclearedthis
man?
Thislist,ofcourse,isincomplete,forthestrategyisnotonly
comprehensive,itisunending
.
ButwemusttakeamorepenetratinglookatBertLance,abusedfriend
andappointeeofanotherResident,forcause
.
Oh,yes,hedidresign . Butthepointhereishowthisaffairwas
handledbythePress . Nopantingafterthemanwhoappointedhim
. No
dailyhammeringfordetails
. ThePresswasalmostapologeticinreporting
theallegationsagainsthim
;withgreatdelicacywithheldcommentonthe
staunchsupporthereceivedfromJimmyWho
.
MorethanequaltimewasgivenLancetoexplainawaythechargesbeing
made . SenatorThomasEagleton (D . Mo . ,
whoknowssomethingaboutthepower
ofthepressindestructionofapublicimage)jumpedintothefracas,and
wasfeaturedextensivelyonthe'news',ashetriedtopreventwhathe
apparentlybelievedwasaninquisitionasunjustashisown
.
Unfortunately,theLanceaffairwassomethingquitedifferentthanthe
Eagletonaffair .
Notonlywerethereshadowydealings(slightedinthePresscoverage),
suchasquestionsinvolvingtheCarterpeanutempirewhichhadatouchof
quidproquo,butthereweresubstantivequestionsinvolvingthe
Rockefellerinterests .
ThenatureoftheofficetowhichLancewasappointedalsohad
relevance .
ThatofficenowholdsthekeytothepoweroftheExecutiveOffice
. No
longertheOfficeoftheBudget,asthePresscontinuedtorefertoit,its
importancewasinfinitelymagnified,whenitwasredesignedandrenamedthe
"OfficeofManagementandBudget"(withtheaccentonmanagement) . With
that'alteration,thepositionofDirectordemandedaveryspecialkindof
officialtofillitschair . Onewiththeveryqualitiesofthemanwho
resignedfromitunderacloud . Therecouldn'thavebeenabetterchoice
forthatseatthanBertLance,consideringtherequirementsofthat
Office .
TheOfficeofManagementandBudget(OMB)istheheartandsoulofthe
Planning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSystem,whichhasbeeninstalled
secretlyineveryelementofourgovernment . Itspurposeistomanageand
controleveryfacetofAmericanlife
-
political,social,ethnic,
religious,legal,economic - everything . AndOMBiswhereitallcomes
together,tobeorchestratedintoharmonybythesingleheadwhichthePPB
requires .
SuchapositionrequiresthattheChiefExecutiveOfficerpossessthe
veryqualitieswhichLancehaddemonstrated,bothinhispriorexperience
andinhisresponsetotheexposureofallegedmisconduct . Hisfacility
forbluffwouldservewelltheneedsofthePPBS - forbluffhasbeenthe
hallmarkofPPBfromthebeginning . Bluffhasbeenthemajorattributeof
thepromotersandprocurersofTheSystem .
Lance'sfinancialacumenwasalsowell-suitedtotheprocessof
budgetingforcontrolpurposes . Hisobviouscapabilityformanipulation
madehimanaturalforthejob
.
Whythen,thechargesbroughtagainsthim?
Perhapstherealquestionshouldbe"Whoseoxwasbeinggored?"Wasit
reallyLance -
orthemanwhoappointedhim?Isitpossiblethatthemixed
signalsfromtheEstablishmentmediaresultedfromasubstitutetarget?
CoulditbepossiblethatCarter'sloyaltytohiscroniesfromGeorgia
interferedwithhisallegiancetotheElitistswhocreatedtheopportunity
forhimtositintheOvalOffice?CouldthepowerofthePresidencyhave
befoggedhisviewofhisduties?CoulditbethatLancewasreallyafall
guy,simplybecausehewassoqualifiedforthatjobthathisremovalwould
provideamessageCartercouldnotignore?
DidthisfinetuningsoconfusethePressthattheydidn'treallyknow
whoseoxwasbeinggored?
RecommendedReading :
"ItDidn'tStartwithWatergate",VictorLasky,DialPress,1977
POLITICAL SUBVERSION
- 4 6 - OntheJobTraining
Whenthemanwiththeredphoneonhisdesk,andthebuttonathis
command,isasignorantofthepurposesandcapabilitiesoftheheadsof
statewithwhomhemustdeal,asJimmyCarteradmittedlywas,onerealizes
theenormityoftheclearandpresentdangerfacingthiscountryandthe
world .
Ifhereallydidn'tknowthenatureofcommunism,asherelatedinthe
debatewithhisopponent,whereinthenameofcommonsense
was he,whenthe
SenateandtheHousesetupspecialCommittees,which,painstakingly,
thoroughlyandintenselyinvestigatedSovietaimsandactivities,backin
thefifties?Ifhe really
didn'tknow,whywashenotbriefedbeforethe
campaign,sohecould
intelligentlydiscuss foreignaffairs?Reamsof
hardfactsaboutcommunistintent,method,practices,tacticsand
strategies,hadbeenpublishedbyCongress,fortherecordandforpublic
consumption .
Sovietgoalsandtechniqueshavenotchangedfromthebeginning
.
ANYONEwhoaspirestopublicofficehasa
duty toknowthenatureofour
legalgovernment,aswellasthenatureofanythreat,existingor
potential,toit .
WilliamC . Bullitt(no'conservative',he),firstU . S . Ambassadorto
theSovietUnion,gavedevastatingtestimonyaboutthenatureofcommunism .
HetoldofatopSovietofficialwhobraggedtohimofhispartin
directingthefirstSoviettakeoverofanothercountry .
In1919,GPUagentsweresentintothetargetcountry(OuterMongolia),
topreparethewayforittobecomethefirstSovietsatellite . Agitation,
propaganda,andinfiltrationofthepoliceandarmy,madethecoupd'etata
"verysmallaffair",hesaid . TheofficialtoldBullitt :
"Afterall,inacountryofnomads,thereareonlyabout3 00
or4 00peoplethatcount,andallIdid,onagivennight,wasto
haveabout4 00peopleseizedbyGPUagentsinthearmyandpolice
forces,andIhadthemshotbeforedawn,andinstalledthepeople
thattheSovietgovernmentwishedtohaveinstalled . . . "
AsitwasinMongolia,soitwasin

Albania,Armenia,Austria,
Byelorussia,Bulgaria,Estonia,Georgia,Hungary,Latvia,Lithuania,
Poland,Ukraine,Yugoslavia
. Exceptthat,inthecasesoftheEuropean
satellites,thecrimeswerecommittedwitheitherthetacitconsent,or
activesupport,oftheUnitedStates
.
"OperationKeelhaul"willeverbetheultimateingovernmental
depravity
. Foragovernment"conceivedinliberty"toaidandabet
enslavementofpeoplebornfree,issurelymoreheinousthanforadictator
torisefromwithinanationandenslavehisfellownationals
. Whenthe
SupremeCommanderoftheforcesinEuropeattheendofworldwar2
receivedtheordertorepatriateallnationalsinFreeEuropetotheir
countryoforigin,he
hadtoknow
thatmostofthemwerebeingsentto
certaindeath -
afteralmostcertaintortureanddepredation
.
WhydidEisenhowernotprotestthatorder?Whywastheordergivenin
thefirstplace?
Americansarenotpermittedtoforgetthe'holocaust'ofHitler's
Germany
. Fromthepast,hearthevoicesofwitnessestootherholocausts
IV - 2 4
inthecountriesinthewayofSovietexpansionism,asdescribedin sore wf
thoseCongressionalReports :
ARMENIA :
" . . . Communists
(here)werealmostneglible . afew
instructorsattheReligiousseminary . .
. asprinklingof
professors . .
. somemisguidedstudents,andafewrailroad
workers . . . Communismwastotallyalien . . .
totheArmenianpeople . "
Asecretmeetingwasheldbythosefewcommunistsin1920,wherethe
tacticstoachievethe'revolution'weredecidedupon :
"After(theSoviets)tookoverArmenia, . .
. theformermembers
ofthegovernmentwerethrownintoprisons,wherethe
slaughtering . . . wasstarted . "
BULGARIA :
Afterthedeadlycombinationofaggressionandcamouflagedcoupd'etat,
so-called"people'scourts"weresetup,and :
" . . . almosteveryprominentBulgarianpolitician,officer,
civilservant,judge,teacher,journalist,businessman . . . "was
sentenced . 2,580wereexterminated .
BYELORUSSIA
:
In193 0-
3 1,massarrestsoftheByelorussianswerestaged .
Allwerecondemned,senttoconcentrationcamps,andall
perished .
GEORGIA :
Inademocraticelectionin1920,thecommunistsdidn'tgeta
singlevote . So'democraticprocess'wasby-passed,andan
attemptatarmedtakeoverwasseverelydefeatedbythecitizens,
soopenaggressionwasdiscarded
. Thensubversivestrategieswere
activated
:
" . . . literallythousandsoftheiragentspenetratedGeorgia,
agitatingandstagingriots . . . "
In1921,thegoalwasattainedinGeorgia,bydeceit,subversion,
treatyviolation,andrioting :
" . . . theRussianreignofterrorbegan
. . . membersofthe
governmentandthelegislativebody (fled) . . .
over7000
Georgians(were)executed . "
Between1921and194 1,morethan6 0,000werekilledinGeorgia
.
LITHUANIA
ThehorrorsinLithuaniaweretoonumeroustorecounthere
.
UKRAINE :
"Itwastheusualcustomofthebolsheviksnottotake
prisoners . . .
Allwhoweretakenwereshotonthespot

At
IV - 2 5
least five
thousandpeoplehadbeenexecutedwithinaperiodof
fivedays . . . "
EvenJimmyCartershouldrecalltheanguishofHungary
. Astheworld
witnessedtheagonyofthe"students"inthePeople'sRepublicofChinain
1989,howmanyAmericansrememberedthatthesamehorrorswerevisitedon
theHungarian'students'whorebelledagainsttheirtyrannousmasters
- and
recordedonTVfortheworldtowitness?
Eachcountrynamedabove - andalltherestoftheSovietblocknations
- sufferedthesameinhuman,viciousfateasthese,justashasbeen
witnessedinAfghanistanrecently,andwhichnowthreatensLithuaniaagain
- andLatviaandEstoniaaswell .
Carter'sridiculous"ultimatum"totheSovietstocleanuptheiractor
wewouldnotpermittheOlympicstobeheldhere,wasworsethanuseless .
Itwasobscene . ArgumentaboutwhetherornottheOlympicsshouldbeheld
istrivialanddiversionaryanddemonstratesthecallousnessofthosein
thiscountrywhocooperateinmanipulationofworldpolitics . Thetruth
is,that,evenasCarterspoke,anotherSoviet-directedmassextermination
wastakingplace,inviewofthewholeworld - andnothingwasdonebythe
administrationhere - noranyoneelse,exceptthetargetpeople - tostop
it!

SowhatcouldbeexpectedfromGeorgeBush,inreactiontothe
massacreofthe'students'inChina?OrfromhisSecretaryofState,who
showedhisirritationwhenreportersstoppedhimonhiswaytolunchtoask
howtheUnitedStateswouldrespondtotheexecutionofthreeofthe
'student'leaders?
SupportersoftheUNmightwellaskhemselveswhythatpeacekeeping
organizationisn'tkeepingpeace
.
ItwasofnosignificancethattheSovietswithdrewfromAfghanistan
.
Thebloodbathwasoverbythetimetheydid,andAfghanistanwillneverbe
thesame .
ThePresidencyoftheUnitedStatesisnoplaceforon-the-job
training
. ThesehorrendousaggressionsbytheSovietsarebutintermediate
objectivestotheirstatedgoal - worldconquest
.
Americaneedsrepresentativeswhoknowwhat'sbeengoingon,whoare
dedicatedtostoppingthesemurderousmattoids,andwhocanforce
redirectionofadministrationpolicy
.
SuchrepresentationwouldobtainthesupportoftheAmericanpeople
-
andmostoftheworld - todowhateverisnecessarytoputanendtothe
"Sovietthreat" .
RecommendedResearch :
HouseReportNo
. 26 84 ,83 rdCongress,Partsnumbered1
through17,1953 ,4 .
"TheSovietEmpire
- PrisonhouseofNationsandRaces",
SenateInternalSecurityCommittee,Doc . 122,85thCongress,1958
IV
- 2 6
POLITICALSUBVERSION
-4 7- HowSoonWeForget!
Thehypedpropaganda all
butobscuredtheinstallationofthefortieth
ResidentoftheWhiteHouse . Bumpingregularlyscheduledprogramsfor
longwindedspielsabouttheoffagain,onagain,travailsof52American
citizens,whoseliveswereviolentlydisruptedinthewakeoftheIranian
revolution,thepurveyorsofpreparedpapbleatedconflictingstoriesof
theimminentreleaseofthe'hostages',hourafterlonghour,nightand
day .
Lackinganysubstantiveinformation,thepersonalitieswhopassfor
reportersthesedays,spentexpensiveairtimequotingeachother
;
interviewingvariousminorgovernmentofficials
;and,atonepoint,the
lameduckfromPlains,whodeliveredanon-earth-shatteringannouncementof
nosubstance
;andotherwiseusedtheairwavestopreparethepublicforthe
obviouslystaged'release' .
Themediablitzservedtopreventreasonedconsiderationofthe
consequenceswhichcouldbeexpectedfromthisincident,andtoevaluate
waystoavoidfutureconfrontationssuchasthis
.
AswasthecaseintheCuban"tractorsforhostages"exchangetwenty
yearsearlier,theexorbitantdemandmadebytheterroristshadpiddled
downfromtheoriginalfiguretooneabouthalfasexorbitant,andthe
finalfigureseemedalmostconservative,asaresult .
Notonceinallthehooplawasthereanymentionthatthiswasnotan
unusualactofbarbarism,letalonethatitwasacontinuingstrategy
eatingawayattheAmericanstatureinworldaffairs . Not,that is,until
CaptainBuchermanagedtobreakthroughthepreparedscripttopleadthat
the'hostages'notbeputthroughthe"debriefing"plannedforthem(ashe
andhismenhadbeen),wasthereanymentionofformerhumiliationsvisited
onthiscountrybythirdratelittleenclaves . WhateffectCaptain
Bucher'spleahadonreturningthosevictimstotheirfamiliesimmediately
onreturnwasnotmadeclear .
AlthoughitwasinevitablethatreferencetothePueblowouldfollow
asaresultofBucher'ssurfacing,otherequallydegradingcircumstances,
whichhavebroughttheonce-greatUnitedStatescontemptfromother
civilizedcountries,andsorrowandshametoitscitizens,weregivenno
chanceofexposure .
ThehorrorofOperationKeelhaulwasleftinthecryptofhistory . The
shameoftherejectionofthecriesforhelpfromthefreedomfightersin
Hungary ;thedisgracefulroutinChina,leavingAmericanmeninprison
campsthere
;theyearsofenslavementandtortureaffordedAmerican
servicementakenprisonerintheKoreanaction
;theblackmailbythe
beardedbarbarianofCuba,whichwascalled,amongotherthings,"Tractors
forRansom",butdwindleddowntogovernmentpressureonprivate
pharmaceuticalcompaniestosupplytheransomin their productsinstead,as
a"humanitarian"gesture ;thedishonoraccompanyingtheU-2incident ;the
attackontheLiberty ;thelossofface,whentheU . S . wasnotallowedto
wininKorea ;theservicemenstillleftinthehandsoftheNorthKorean
communists,andthebrutalitytheyhavesuffered(physicalandmental)
;
therepriseofKoreainVietnam ;theuncountednationalsofthosesoutheast
Asiancountries,wholookedtotheUnitedStatestorescuethem,but,
insteadmettortureandmurder
-
noneoftheseenteredthediscussions
aboutthereturnoftheIranianhostages .
IV- 2 7
Buttheyshouldhave,forthese'incidents'arepartofacontinuing
plantoreducetheinfluenceandstatureoftheUnitedStatesofAmericato
alevelwhichwill
permititsamalgamationintoa'peaceful'world
-a
cityless,countrylessworld,underthecontrolofthemostconscienceless
bandofscofflawsthatworldhaseverknown .
Their powergrowswitheach
additionalhumiliationvisitedonAmerica .
Ofcourse,therewasn'tawhisper,inallthosetedioushoursofhype,
ofthefactthatthetopofficialsofthiscountryknew(orhadreasonto
know)beforetheShahofIranwasbroughtherefortreatment,that,ifhe
wasallowedentry,theembassywouldbeinvaded,andAmericancitizens
threatened . No 'reporter'askedwhy
thestaffwasn'tevacuated,too,when
otherAmericans were . No
oneaskedwhytheenteringoftheembassywasnot
regardedasanactofwar,sinceAmericansoilwasinvaded
. Noone
questionedcallingthestaff"hostages",insteadof"prisonersofwar"
whichwashistoricallycorrect
. Noonesuggestedthattheso-called
"rescueattempt"wasreallyanactofwar,andproperlyso . Nooneasked
whysuchapaltry,obviouslydoomed,attemptatrescuewasmadebythebest
militaryforceintheworld .
NorwasthemattereverbroughtbeforeCongress,andanultimatum
deliveredtoIran .
Itwasyettobedeterminedwhetherthechangingoftheguardin
WashingtonwouldresultinareturntothestandardraisedbytheFounding
Fathersofthiscountry,asthepeoplesopatentlyexpected
.
Thechargesbeingleveledin1988thattheReaganteammadeacompact
withthecriminalsholdingthosehostageshadnotsurfacedatthetime,but
iftrue,itsuggeststhatthechangingoftheguardinWashingtondidnot
resultinareturntothestandardraisedbythefoundingfathersofthis
country,asthepeoplesopatentlyexpected,whentheyvotedforRonald
Reagan .
Theremustbeanopeninvestigationofthosecharges
. Iftheyare
ralid,itwouldgoalongwaytowardshowingthedegradationofthemindof
anadministrationwhichwouldpermitthedevelopmentofthearms/Contra
scandal .
ItwasthestandardwhichearnedtheUnitedStatestherespectit
receivedthroughsomanyyears,thatAmericanslongedtoseerestored
. It
wasthatstandardwhich,forallthoseyears,protectedAmericancitizens
wherevertheytraveledaroundtheglobe
.
Lestitbeforgotten,itwasthatstandardwhichwasthemajorfactor
inachievingthegreateststridestowardtrue civilization theworldhas
known . Itserosionispermittingunimaginedevilstonowthreatenever
greaterindignitiestobevisitedonthisnationanditspeople
.
Degradationistheessentialelementinconquestthroughpsychopolitical
strategies .
AndnothingwasdonebytheReaganAdministrationtomodifytheworld
viewofAmericacreatedbythisunbelievablerecordofshamefulincidents
.
Rather,thatimagewasreenforcedbythesurfacingofInformationofthe
activitiesoftopReaganofficialsintheso-called"Iran/Contra"affair .
Addendum :
Itwastheoriginalofthischapterwhichtriggeredthe
cancellationofmycolumnbytheValleyTimes . Thenewownersof
thatweeklypaperusedthephrase"purveyorsofpreparedpap"as
theoffendingelementwhichcausedthecancellation . Nomention
wasmadeofthesubstantiveinformationcontainedinthe
article .
IV
-
2 8
POLITICALSUBVERSION
-4 8-

DejaVu
WatchingGeorgeBushstandonthepodiuminAtlanta,espousingthe
planksoftheRepublicanPlatformof1988,andferventlyexpressinghis
supportofthetreasuredpreceptsofAmericanpoliticalphilosophy,brought
asenseofhavingexperienceditallbefore
.
Mymemorytookmebackeightyears,andIwaswatchingRonaldReagan
standontheRepublicanPlatformof1980,ferventlyexpoundinghissupport
ofthetreasuredpreceptsofAmericanpoliticalphilosophy
.
Suddenly,Iwassteppingbackintimetothe193 2presidential
campaign,andhearingoncemorethedulcettonesofFranklinRoosevelt,as
hesupportedthe'conservative'DemocraticPlatformofthatyear
.
Itisnaturaltowanttobelievethatthesemenmeantwhattheywere
saying
. Thefutureoftheworldmaywellhangonthetruthorfalsityof
theirwords . Yetthereislittleinhistorytorecommendsuchtrust
. With
theexceptionofthehonorablemenwhowerethefirsttoserveinthe
OfficeofthePresident -
statesmenwhomadealivingdocumentoutofthe
Constitutionbytheiradherencetoitsprinciplesastheycreatedthe
machineryofgovernmentwhichitdirected
-therehavebeentoomanyin
thatOfficewhohavenotbeenboundbytheirword
-orthe"chainsofthe
Constitution" .
AmericansdesperatelywantedtoaccepttheapparentsincerityofRonald
Reaganin1980,justastheassuranceRooseveltofferedin193 2wasneeded
then,andthehopethattheringingspeechBushgaveinAtlantawassincere
wasdesperatelyneeded
. ButthespuriousnatureofRoosevelt'spromises
wasnotlonginsurfacing
. ShadowsofhispastbeliedReagan'spromises,
andrealisticallyportendedasimilardisillusionment
. Bushhasbeen
Establishmentthroughouthiscareer,whichdoesnotbodewellasfar
as his
wordsareconcerned .
ItwasnotReagan'srecordasGovernorofCaliforniaalone,which
warnedofbetrayalofthephilosophyhesoeloquentlyenunciated,whenhe
wouldbecometheoccupantoftheWhiteHouse . HischoiceofBushashis
runningmatesoundedatocsintothosefamiliarwithInsiderpolitics
. The
closeadvisorsReaganchose ;hisselectionsfortheSecretarieshe
appointed ;thephilosophicalbentofhisWomen'sAdvisoryCouncil
- all
wereportentsofthefuture
.
Iftherewasonethingabovetheothers,whichexposedReaganasa
"counterfeitcandidate",itwassurelythecommercialheusedinthe1980
campaign,whichpurportedtobeaclipoftheformerGovernorsigningatax
reformmeasure, which wasactuallythesigningofthemostliberalabortion
billpassedinanyState .
Theevilmendodoesliveafterthem,butRonaldWilsonReaganis
hauntedbyhispast,whileyethelives
. HerodetotheStatehousein
Californiaonthestrengthof"TheSpeech",inwhichhecastigatedthe
forcesdestroyingAmerica -
unelectedbureaucratsmakingdecisionswhich
wererightfullythedutyofelectedofficials
. Yet,oneofhisfirstacts
asGovernorwastoappointamammothgroupof"experts"tomakejustsuch
decisions - aCommissionforwhomthepeoplehadnotvoted,andoverwhom
theyhadnocontrol . Later,heappointedanothersuchCommission,todofor
theschoolswhatthefirstdidfortheState .
HisOffice,overwhichheDIDhavecontrol,participatedinproducing
,
. themostheinousdocumentofanyputoutby'government'whichthiswriter
IV
- 2
9
hasseen
. "ThePoliticsofChangeinLocalGovernmentReform",wasabasic
textinmassmindcontrol
. Reaganwasgivenanopportunitytorefuteit,
anddidnot .
Reaganpersonallyinitiatedandledthemassiveattempttoreplace
localelectedgovernmentwith"substateredistricting" - aeuphemismfor
installingregionalmachinerythroughouttheState . Hereorganizedthe
Governor'sOfficetoaccommodatetheregionalsuperstructureandthe
managementandcontrolsystemrequiredtoregulatetheregionalauthority .
ThatreorganizationbecamethepilotmodelforotherStatestofollow
.
Asgovernor,Reagancausedthereorganizingofthelicensingdepartment
intothemassivebureaucracyknowntodayastheDepartmentofConsumer
Affairs . liereorganizedan auxilliary oftheDepartmentofFinanceinto
anothersuperagency,ateemingbureaucracynowcalledtheOfficeof
PlanningandResearch(OPR)
. TheformerCaliforniaCouncilon
IntergovernmentalRelations(CCIR),whichbecameatargetforcitizen
resistancebecauseofitsradicalprograms,wasquietlyfoldedintothe
vastrecessesofOPR,whereitsnefariousactivitiescouldnolongerbe
monitoredandprotested . SubmergingoftheCIRwastriggeredbyexposure
oftheReagan/Houlihanprogramforcreating"ThePoliticsofChange"
textbook(TPOC) .
EvenbeforehiselectioninCalifornia,CandidateReagansupportedthe
oppressive13 13 ConstitutionRevisions . ManyCaliforniansvotedforthose
revisions,becausetheybelievedRonaldReaganwasaconservative,and
therefor,therevisionsmustbeallright,orhewouldn'tsupportthem
.
PropositionA,farfrombeingtheboonReaganrepresentedittobe,was
a
necessarypreliminarytocentralization,andthesocializationwhich
;acceleratedwithhiselection .
Oneofthefirstbillshesignedaftertakingtheoathofoffice
approvedtheinfamous"sexeducation"programintheschools . His
appointmentstotheStateBoardofEducationwerepredominantly'liberal' .
HismostconservativeappointeetotheStateSchoolBoardresignedin
protestagainsttheReaganpolicyof"makingtheBoardarubberstampfor
progressivesocialism"(quotefromClayMitchell'sletterofresignation) .
NotonlydidReagannotresistthefederalOmnibusCrimeControlActof
196 8,heencouragedfullimplementationofitsoppressiveprovisions . The
CaliforniaCouncilonCriminalJustice(CCCJ)becametheprototypefor
otherStatestoinstallthemostdangeroustamperingwiththesystemof
jurisprudenceeverwitnessedinasupposedlyfreecountry . TheCCCJ
mushroomedintothemostexpensiveandexpansivebureaucracy in
theState -
untilitwassurpassedbythecontrolcenterknownasOPR .
TheprogramsCCCJinstitutedrangedfrompromotionofguncontrol
(whichReagan says heopposes),totheincredible"EarlyInterventionand
PreventionProgram"(EIPP),whichpresumestodeterminewhichinfantswill
growuptobecriminals,andwhichencourageddevelopmentofstrategiesto
divertCalifornia'schildrenintoplannedandprogrammedpaths,astheir
cataloguedprofilesidentifiedtheirpotential
.
Threatenedbywidespreadandvocaladversecitizenreaction,theCCCJ
wasallowedtoquietlyexpire,butnotbeforeReaganhadprepareda
substitutebureaucracytoreplaceit
. (Thissamestrategywaslaterused
tobypassmassiveoppositiontotheFederalRegionalCouncilsunderhis
WashingtonAdministration . )Withoutfanfare,,hehadcreatedyetanother
unelectedbody,theSelectCommitteeonLawEnforcementProblems(SCLEP),
to"identify,analyze,andexamine"anothercourseofactionforcriminal
justice
.
IV-
3 0
WhilecitizenswerestillstormingtheCCCJmeetings,theSCLEPwas
alreadydevelopingthefutureof"lawenforcement",andnotjustfor
California . Programsinstitutedtherefrequentlybecomemodelsforother
Statestoemulate,andthisonecanbedemonstratedtohavebeena
prototype- notjustfortheotherStates,butforthefederalstructureas
well .
ItwasReagan'sSCLEPwhichoriginatedtheStateOfficeofCriminal
JusticePlanning(OCJP),andpreparedthewayforthe"prestigious"
CommissiononProjectSaferCaliforniaandthePublicSafetyAgency,which,
again,servedaspilotsforotherStates . Thistamperingwiththeso-called
justicesystem,alsospawnedtheindoctrinationcenterfor'peaceofficers'
atSanLuisObispo,whichgrewintothemachineryforimplementingthe
FederalEmergencyManagementAgency(FEMA) . TheprogramintheCivil
EmergencyManagementCourseatthatCenterbeganthemergingofall
"peace-keepingforces",includingthemilitary . (SeeTID/VIII

"The
AuthoritarianState) . Thatprogramhassuppliedtroopsnationwide,whoare
preparedphysically
andmentally toovercome"insurgents"whomightattempt
toresistthedefactogovernmentwhichisreplacingthedejuregovernment
oftheUnitedStatesofAmerica
.
WhenReaganwenttoWashington,hetookwithhimLouisGuiffrida,
directorofthetrainingcampatCSTI- theCalifornia
SpecializedTraining
InstituteatSanLuisObispo,andmadehimheadofMIA .
This(necessarily)limitedlistoftheduplicitiesoftheReagan
recordisofferedinsorrow,andwithoutmalice,asanattempttoprepare
Americansforthefuture,whateveritbrings
. Unlessthecitizenry
.
recognizethat,whenitcomestocandidatesfortheExecutiveOfficeof
whateverParty,"theconservativesgettherhetoricandtheliberalsget
theaction",thehelixofdisillusionmentwillinevitablyresultina
diminishingofcitizenparticipationintheelectionprocess,tothe
detrimentoftheRepublic .
TherestorationofConstitutionalgovernmentliesinthe
representative
offices -
notintheadministration
. Itistothosecontestsforseatsin
local,stateandfederalofficeswhichareresponsibletothosewhoelect
them,thatthepeoplemust
apply theirenergies,theirtime,theirmoney,
andtheirconcerns .
Thepromisescandidatesmaketoobtainexecutiveoffices,even
grantingsincerity,require legislation
tobeimplemented . Andonly
representativeofficescanlawfullysupplythat
.
POLITICALSUBVERSION
- 4 9 -
AllIsNotGold
ThereisafearfultendencyamongAmericanstoascribetootherstheir
ownvaluesandstandards,andtoaccept'goodwill'asautomaticallyasthe
airtheybreathe
.
While"innocentuntilprovenguilty"isapreciouspartofour
heritage,itsimplyisn'tvalidinabattlesituation
. Whenthereisgood
andsufficientreasontoacceptthatwarhasbeendeclaredonthelegal
institutions,andtorecognizethatopenattackisbeingwaged,itis
foolhardytotrusttheenemytoabidebyruleswhich
apply
inpeacetime
.
Anythinggoesinwar,foritisthemostfoulactivityinwhichmankind
endulges .
Inthiswar,therevolutionarygoalisvictoryoverallmankind
- by
'peacefulmeans'ifpossible,byforceandviolence,whennecessary
.
Itisatruismthatwarisanextensionofpolitics,or"politicsby
othermeans",but,inthiswar,thecustomarypursuitsoftraditional
politicsarebutincidentalaspectsoftheover-allbattleplan
.
Thevisiblemovesinthiswararebeingwagedmainlyinwhatisusually
thoughtofasthepoliticalarena,althoughnotinthesenseof
partisanship,buttheyalsoragethrougheveryfieldofhumanendeavor
.
ThetwomajorPartieshavebeenusedasasortof"specialforces"inthis
country,andsupportersofbothhavebeen,inthemain,unwitting
collaborators
. ItwouldbeperiloustoascribetotheParty
leaders,
however,anythinglessthanknowledgeablecooperation,anditwouldbefar
safertoconsiderthemwillingparticipants,unlessthey
prove themselves
otherwise .
Thecoverttacticsarenoteasilyidentified,buttheyconstitutethe
mostdastardlyassaulteverlaunchedagainstatargettedpopulation
.
Itshouldalwaysbekeptinmindthatwarisnotconductedonamoral
base
. Itisimmoralbyitsnature
. Thegoalsofwarareeverthosewhich
cannotbeattainedbymoralmeans
. Whatistakingplacetodayisa
worldwiderevolution
. Notrecognizing - ornotaccepting
-thatfactforces
decisiononlessthantotalunderstanding
.
Itisimpossibletoarguethemeritsofanissuewhichdoesnotrelyon
itstruesubstance,butis,infact,atacticorstrategyofwar
. When
confrontedwithanenemyobjective,onecannotrelatetoiteffectively,
withoutfirstdeterminingwhetherornotitisaredoubtinenemy
strategy
.
Valuabletimeiswastedindebatesoverwhetheraspecificprogramis
goodorbad,orwhatitslevelofpriorityshouldbe,whentherealissue
iswhetherornotitissupportingtheenemy'sgoal
.
Thesameistrueofindividuals
. 'Conservative'and'liberal'as
definitionsofaphilosophyareonething
;ascodewords
inrevolutionary
jargon,theyaresomethingelse
. Then,theybecometriggersofconflict,
andtoolsfor'change' .
Asacaseinpoint,considerformerCaliforniaGovernorRonaldWilson
Reagan,probablythemosthighlyregarded'conservative'toattainstature
onthenationalscene
. HespokeoutonalltheissuesdeartoAmericans,
andsaidexactlythethingstheylongtohearfromaleader
. Butwhatdid
hedotodeservetheirtrust,otherthanmakingeloquentspeeches?
RonaldReaganwaspubliclya'liberal'Democratuntiltheearly6 0s,
evenwhilehebeganmakingTheSpeechwhichidentifiedhimasa
IV - 3 2
'conservative'
.
HewasstilllistedontheletterheadoftheWorld
Federalistsin196 1,buthecrisscrossedthecountry,makingTheSpeech
overandover,andAmericans,starvedforapoliticalfigurewithwhich
theycouldidentify,tookRonaldReaganintotheirhearts
.
TrueconservativesinCaliforniapracticallyforcedhimtorunforthe
governorship
. Butwhathappened,aftertheelection?
LetaCBSnewscastertellitlikeitwas
:
" . . . he
cameintothatelectioncarryingtheimageofBarry
Coldwater
. lieemergedattheendofthecampaignbearingthe
imageofNelsonRockefeller
. . . "
ItwasintheformerIMAGEthatReagangovernedtheStateof
California,butitwaswiththePROGRAMSofthelatter
. Sotrueisthis,
that,whenheranforthesecondtermasgovernor,hehadtorelyonthe
wilesoftheRockefellerpeopleandtheHollywood"ratpack"tosupporthim
.
Californiaconservativessatthatoneout
.
Regionalismnevermademoreprogressthanundertheguidanceand
supportofRonaldReagan
. EvenRockefellerwasnotabletoconstructthe
firstcompleteregionalgovernancecrossingstatelinesscheduledforhis
StateofNewYorkandNewJersey,butReaganpushedfor,andobtained,
finallizationoftheTahoeRegionalAreaPlan(TRAP),erodingthe
California/Nevadastateline
.
InTheSpeech,Reagantoldof"aninvisiblegovernment",runby"people
forwhomwehavenevervoted,forwhomwewillnevervote,andwhomwe
cannotrecallbyourvote",which,hetrulysaid,would"leadtothemost
oppressivetyranny" . Ilewasright
- andheprovedit,whenhebecame
governor,andsecretgovernmentbecametheorderoftheday .
AsGovernorofCalifornia,ReaganservedontheFederalAdvisory
CommissiononIntergovernmentalRelations(ACIR),thebeachheadofthe
regionalforceswithinthefederalexecutiveoffice,untilpressurefrom
thecitizenrymadehimresign . Underhim,theCaliforniaCIR,theState
armofACIR,rushedheadlongintoregionalactivities . Whenitsplans
boggeddownincitizenresistance,theCIR,inconjunctionwiththe
Governor'sofficeandathinktankinBerkeley,preparedapolicypaper
whichcalledfortheuseofsophisticatedtechniquestocontrolmass
opinion,includingtheuseof"changeagents"todirectthethinkingofthe
citizenry . (SeeTTn/TTT
- 11,TPOC)
TheCalifornialegislaturedidnotknow,whentheGovernorgavethem
twobillswithanurgencyclause,thatthosebillsweregoingtoopenthe
doortoatotallycontrolledandmanagedsociety,andtheywerepassedina
recordthreeweekstime,withbutonedissentingvote . Someofthe
legislatorsneverknewthatthosebillsweretheenablinglegislationfor
thePlanning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSystem .
FourpagesofdocumentedReaganactivitysupportedthelargest
volunteerRepublicangroupinCalifornia,whentheyrepudiatedaReaganbid
forthePresidencyin1976 . *
Asforbeingafiscalconservative,Reagan'sStateBudgetsgivethelie
tothat . Hisfirstbudget,sharedwiththeformer'liberal'governor,was
for$6 . 5billiondollars
. ThenextbudgetwasallReagan's,anditwas
$7 . 5billion . Thenextwas$8 . 8billion,thenext,$9
. 85billion,In1970,
Reagan'sreorganizationturnedtheStateovertothenefarious,
,experimentalPlanning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSystem(PPBS),andthe
followingbudgetstakeanexperttoread,sincetheyareprogrammed
IV - 3 3
budgets,buttheycontinuedtoskyrocket .
ThisreportisnotintendedtocastigateReagan,butis,rather,
presentedasprobablythemostobviousexampleofthefactthatallthat
glittersisnotgold
. Nothing - andnoone -
canbeacceptedatface
value,inanationandworldatwar
.
Intheirhearts,Americanslongforanendtohostilities,andsome
dreamofamanonawhitehorse,whowillmakethenightmarevanish
. It
willneverbelikethat
. Whenthiswariswon,andtheenemyrouted,it
willbebecauseenoughAmericanscaredenoughforeachtocarryhisown
assigneddutytofulfillment .
ThatdutyisassignedtoeachindividualbyGodatbirth,and,inthis
nation,bythelawsoftheland .
Nothinglessthanthatwillsuffice
. Nothingmoreisneeded .
Addenda :
'revolution' _"Aradicalchangein . . . governmental
conditions ;theoverthrowofanestablishedpoliticalsystem,
generally
accompanied byfar-reachingsocialchanges"
(Prerevolutionarydictionary)
'peacefulmeans'=conquestbyassent,throughdeceit ;
misinformation ;disinformation ;cheating ;trickery ;entrapment ;
creatingconfusion,chaosandaclimatefor'change'
RecommendedReading :
*UROCResolution . (qv)
POLITICALSUBVERSION -
50 -
TheIllusionofHope
Toonedegreeoranother,mostAmericansarenowawareofacontrol
exercisedoverthemassmedia
. Despitethat,thereappearstobelittle
acceptanceoftheeffectthedoctored'news'hasonthethinkingofthe
generalpublic
- themselves
. Eventhosewhoknowenoughaboutcurrent
eventstoberesistanttothemanipulationofinformationdonotappearto
realizewhateffectthatmanipulationcanhaveontheindividual
decision-makingprocess .
Noone
isimmunetotheplannedassaultonthemind,regardlessofthe
depthorbreadthofone'ssearchfortruth
. Evenrecognitionof"overt"
thrustsatobtainingcredenceforwhateverpremiseiscurrentlybeing
promotedisnoproctectionfrom"covert"orsubliminalsuggestion
.
Themystiqueof'conservatism'isconstantlybeingreenforcedinthe
mediabybothovertandcovertmethods
. Nowhereisthismoreevidentthan
inrelationtothequadrennialcontesttoselect"themanwho"willoccupy
theWhiteHousefortheensuingfouryears
. Onecandidateisidentifiedas
'conservative'(whetherheisornot),theotheras'liberal'(whetherhe
isornot)
. ItisonthatbasethatAmericansareaskedtodecidewhogets
thenod .
ThoseofuswhomonitoredthepoliticalcareerofRonaldReaganin
California,areconstantlyamazedatthegeneralacceptanceofhisreported
'conservatism',bythosewhocouldbeexpectedtohaveamorejaundicedeye
injudginghisperformance
. Ifthosewhohavemorethanasurface
knowledgeofthepoliticalscenecanaccepthispublicimage -
whatcanbe
expectedfromthosewhoseonlyknowledgeofthemanisderivedfromwhatHE
says,andwhattheMEDIAsaysabouthim?
Thesethoughtsgainedadditionalpertinence,asGeorgeBushstoodon
thepodiuminAtlantain1988,andgaveamostcredibleperformanceofa
'conservative'seekingthevotesofthegreatbodyofAmericanswhoreally
areconservative .
Thisisnotanewstrategy
. Ithasworkedwellinthepast . The
electionofFranklinDelanoRoosveltin193 2wasatextbookexample
. The
electionsofRonaldReaganinCalifornia,andhis1980nationalcampaign
andelectionareclassic .
IntheForewordto"TheRooseveltMyth",JohnT . Flynn,apolitical
analystwhoknewfirsthandtheessenceofboth'liberalism'and
'conservatism',wroteof :
"animageprojectedonthepopularmind,whichcametobe
knownasFranklinRoosevelt . Itistheauthor'sconvictionthat
thisimagedidnotatallcorrespondwiththemanhimself . "
Flynnwentontodemonstratefromtherecordthatthepublicviewof
FDRwascreatedby"highlyintelligentpropaganda,aidedbysomeillusions,
enlargedandelaboratedoutofallreason
. . . "
Asjustoneexampleofthatillusion,thiswriter(likemost
Americans),neverknew,duringalltheRooseveltyears,thathecouldnot
walk . Sometherewerewhoapparentlybelieved,asaresultofthe
propaganda,thathecoulddoitonwater .
Flynn'sdescriptionoftheRooseveltimagecouldaswellbeappliedto
RonaldReagan . Thisisdemonstratedintwobooksresearchedandwrittenby
IV
- 3 5
KentSteffgen,aCaliforniapoliticalanalyst
. Thefirst,"Here'stheRest
ofHim",isareportonReagan'sfirstyearintheGovernor'sOffice
. The
second,"TheCounterfeitCandidate",waswrittenin1976 ,andcarefully
documentstheReaganrecordovertheeightyearsheoccupiedthatOffice
.
ThesetwoslimvolumesconstitutedevastatingproofoftheReagan
"illusion"created,acceptedandpromotedbythemedia
.
ThemythogenesisofRonaldReaganiswithoutparallel
. EvenRoosevelt
wasunabletoinvadethepublicconsciousnessasReaganhas
. Ofcourse,
therewasamuchlargersegmentofthemediastilloutsidethe
Establishmentorbitthen
. Itisnomyth,however,thatReaganopenedthe
backdoortosocialismbothinCalifornia,andinWashington,whileorating
fromthefrontbalconyonAmericanistprinciples
.
Itisalsonomyththatonlythosewhocannotfaceuptotherealityof
whatReagandidinofficestillrefusetocometogripswithhisrecord .
Whileunderstandable,thisbodesillforthefuture .
RonaldReaganwasoneofthemostcharmingpeopleinoroutofpolitics
-
orinthatotherworldofmake-believethroughwhichhepassedonhisway
tohistory . liewaspersonable,handsome,andagreatactor
. Thathenever
becameastarinHovielandissurelynotduetoanyflawinhisacting
ability
. Proofofthatabilityliesintheperformancehegavewithout
let,fromthetimeheannouncedhiscandidacyforGovernorofCalifornia .
Hebecamethenumberonetopbananaonthepoliticalscene,surpassing
thepreviousholderofthattitlebyacomfortablemargin .
GiveRooseveltcredit . Oncehisactionsbeliedhiswords,heshrugged
offpretenseandstoodfoursquarebehindtheprogramshespearheaded
. Not
RonaldReagan
. HEshruggedofftherealityofhisactionswithasupreme
abilitytodissemble . Withhiswell-modulatedvoice,hiswinningand
disarminghalf-smile,andhisaptitudeforthebonmot,Reagancouldface
thecameraspubliclycondemningtheevilsofprogramshe,himself,slipped
throughelectedrepresentativebodies,orquietlypromulgatedasExecutive
Orders .
Thosecitizenswhorememberwhatthemediadid,toBarryGoldwaterin
196 4 ,andwhoacceptedReagan'svaunted'conservatism',mightbewell
advisedtoaskthemselveswhytheGreatCommunicatordidnotreceivethe
sametreatmentGoldwaterdid . Theymightbesurprisedtofindtheanswer
hastobethatGoldwaterwassincerelyconservative . liemeantwhathe
said,and,intheirhearts,Americansknewhewasright . Thathemade
mistakesonlyproveshisfallibilityasahumanbeing . Reagan'srecordin
officeexposeshistrueplaceonthepoliticalspectrum .
Reaganwas,asSteffgenidentifiedhim,"TheCounterfeitCandidate"
.
RecommendedReading
:
"TheRooseveltMyth",JohnT . Flynn,DevinAdair,1951
POLITICALSUBVERSION -
51 - ReaganVowstoRootOutVenality
AttheendofthefirsthundreddaysoftheincumbencyofRonaldReagan
intheadministrativeofficeofthePresidentoftheUnitedStatesof
America,thecontentoftheFederalRegister(FR -
repositoryforexecutive
action)duringthatperiodrequiredthreeandahalffeetofshelvingto
containhisdailyoutput,standingonend,backtofronttoback
. (Thiswas
byfarthemostextensiveuseoftheFRwehaveseen
. MostFRsareless
than1/4 ofaninchthick
. )IntheseRegisterswereallthenewrulesand
regulationsinstitutedbytheadministration,andalltheExecutiveOrders
(EOs)Reaganhadissuedsinceheassumedoffice .
AnAPdispatchdated26 March,1981,heraldedoneofthoseOrders
.
Thetitleofthischapter(above)wastheheadlineontheAPstory
. TheEO
inquestionwas
fl123 01 .
Inannouncingthecreationofyetanotherbureaucracy,Reagan's r
script
usedalltheappealingrhetorichesoablydeliverstocapturethesupport
ofthepeopleforanewassaulton"governmentwasteandfraud"
. Thenhe
proclaimed :
"TheAmericanpeoplearedemandingaction -
andtheyare
goingtoget it . . .
Wearegoingtofolloweverylead,rootout
everyincompetent,andprosecuteanycrookwefindwho'scheating
thepeople . "
AndsowasbornthePresident'sCouncilonIntegrityandEfficiency
.
Thereisalegitimateconcerninvolvedinthequestionof"efficiency"
ingovernment . Afterall,Mussolini'sfascistregimemadethetrainsrun
ontime!But,surely,"integrity"issomethingelse .
Severalproblemsareimmediatelyevidentasregardsa committee
directedtorekindle"integrity"ingovernmentagencies,which,bytheir
nature,areantithetictothemoralprincipleswhichthatwordconnotes
.
Theimmediateproblemisself-evident . "Integrity"isapersonalquality,
andiftheholderofanofficedoesnothaveit,nohordeof"watchdogs"
cansupplyit
. Notgenerallyrecognizedisthefactthatappointed
committeesarenotgenerallyrestrictedbytherequirementoftakingan
oathtosupportanddefendthelawfulgovernment .
Sometimeback,theCongresshadmovedinthedirectiontakeninthis
EO,byprovidinglegalityforacorpsof"InspectorsGeneral"(IGs),
supposedlytopolicetheinternalaffairsoftheovergrownShipofState
.
InresponsetotheCongressionaledict,JimmyCarterappointedsixteen
IGs,eachtooverseeaspecificdepartmentofthefederalgovernment .
Reagan,inoffice,firedallofJimmy'ssixteen,butthenhecreatedthis
Council,andrehiredfiveofthem,appointedonenewhand,andsoughtten
moretogoonthepayroll
. (Theone"new"handwasAlexanderHaig's
'politicaladvisor',whenHaigwasSupremeCommanderofNATO . )
ThisCouncil,anditsIGs,weretodevelopa"coordinated,
government-wide"attackonfraudandwasteingovermentprograms
. Since
mostgovernmentprogramstodayarefraudulentinconcept,andwastefulby
nature,thatwasatallorder .
OnthesurfaceitappearedthattheCouncil,asa
federalbody, would
beinvolvedinfederalmattersonly
. Itwouldbeagrievouserrorto
acceptthattobethecase
. Therearefewfederalprogramstodaywhich
IV - 3 7
don'tinterlockwithStateand/orlocalgovernments,soANY
"government-wide"attackmustimpactonareasexpresslydeniedtothe
FederalgovernmentbyArticleTenoftheBillofRights
. Section2(b)of
EO123 01actuallypointsthisout!
TheCouncilwasdirectedtodevelopacorpsof"welltrainedandhighly
skilledauditorsandinvestigators",andtocreateprogramsandprojectsto
dealeffectivelywith"problemswhichexceedthecapacityorjurisdiction
ofanindividualagency" .
IfanyonefleetinglythoughtoftheDeclarationofIndependence,
Reagan'sCouncilshouldhaverousedsomeresistanceto"creatinga
multitudeofnewoffices,andsendingswarmsofofficerstoharassour
peopleandeatouttheirsubstance",butthatdidnothappen
.
TheChairmanappointedtothisCouncilwasaDeputyDirectorofthe
OfficeofManagementandBudget(OMB),thatvenalseatoftheinfamous
Planning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSystem(PPBS)
. Thepersonnamedby
ReagantobeChairmanoftheCouncilwasoneEdwinHarper
. Despitea
seriouseffort,ithasnotbeenpossibletoconfirmordisprovewhetheror
notthisisthesameEdwinHarperwhodiligentlyservedReaganin
California,intheimplementationofthePPBthere
. Itwouldseem
implausiblethattherewouldbetwoEdwinHarperswithacompetencein
managementandcontrolgreatenoughtomeritsuchauthoritativepositions,
andbothservingReagan,butitcouldbe .
ThePPBSisafraudulentprogram,deceitfullyimplemented . Ifthe
ReaganAdministrationwantedto"wipeoutvenality"ingovernment,there
couldbenobetterplacetostartthanwiththisSystem,andtheagentswho
broughtitintoourgovernment .
ThereisatapeexistingofameetingoftheCaliforniaCommissionon
EducationalManagementandEvaluation,oneofthePPPimplementingagencies
there,onwhichCalifornia'sEdwinHarper,asdirectoroftheproject,
expressedthehopethattheworktheyweredoingwouldbe"keptlow-key,in
termsoftalkingaboutit,orholdinghearings" . Theclearimplicationof
hisremarksverifiedwhatcitizenshadalreadydiscovered -- that
implementationofthePPBSwas
known,
bythoseinvolvedinadaptingitto
themanagementofsociety,tobeunacceptabletothepublic
. Theseagents
hadtoknowthatTheSystemhadtobesubrosa,demonstratingaclearlack
ofintegrity .
Wouldn'titbesomething,ifsuchapersonasCalifornia'sEdwinHarper
wereappointedintegrityczarfortheentirecountry?
hannouncingReagan's"assaultonvenality",PressSecretaryJames
Bradydescribeditas"theunspokenfifthlegofhis(Reagan's)economic
program",andsaidthattheInspectorsGeneralwouldbe"meanerthanjunk
yarddogs" .
InviewoftherecordthatReaganhadturnedtheStateofCalifornia
aroundtoservethepurposesofthePPBS ;thathepersonallyendorsedthe
billswhichlegallizedtheSystemundertherubricof"dataprocessing" ;
thatheurgedtheirpassageas"emergencymeasures" ;andthathistenancy
oftheGovernor'sOfficetherewasmarkedbyfullimplementation'ofthe
SysteminCalifornia,aswellastremendousadvancesofperipheral
projects,thelikelihoodofthis - oranyotherCouncilhemightappoint
-
rootingouttherealsourceofcorruptionandvenalitywouldseemremote,
indeed .
Butthat'sthewayitwas,threeyearsbefore1984 .
IV- 3 8
POLITICALSUBVERSION -
52 - Watergate -andAfter
Noonehaseversatisfactorilyansweredthequestion,"WhyWatergate?"
Itwassuchastupidact .
Orwasit?
ThebasicpremisedescribedinChapter11ofthisbookappliestojust
suchsituationsasWatergate
. Thatpremise is
essentialtounderstanding,
andabilitytocounter,currentandfuturemoveswhichendanger
Constitutionalprinciples . Thepremise
: ifasituationdoesn't"make
sense"fromausualpointofview,itshouldbeexaminedusingother
postulates,todeterminewhetherthereisarationalpositionfrom
which it
DOES"makesense" .
Watergateissuchacase .
Herewereavailablethemostskilledoperativesintheworld,withthe
powerofthegreatestexecutiveofficeofthegreatestnationintheworld,
andthemostefficientmanagementsystemintheworld,supposedlybehind
them .
Yetthese"experts"bungledasimpleburglary,whichanytwo-bit
habitualcriminalcouldhaveperformedblindfolded .
Ourhomewasburglarizedbyadrugaddict,anditwasdonemore
skillfullythanthat . Ididn'tevenknowithadbeenentered,untilI
startedtogetsupper,andmissedthecoffeepot,theelectricfryer
. . . the
kitchenclock . . .
HowcouldWatergate"happen"?
Customaryexplanationsfade,orbecomeasridiculousasthoseaccepted
withoutquestionbythemassmedia,thattheburglaryattheWatergatewas
justastupid,clumsyact .
Examine,then,'thepossibilitiesfurtherfromnormalpatterns :
Suppose,intheinterestofobtainingasolution,therewere
agroupofpersonswhowishedtoeliminatethegovernmentofthe
UnitedStatesofAmerica
. Accept,tomakethispoint,thatsome
ofthemwereinhighpositions inside
thatgovernment - positions
oftrust .

Supposethisgrouphadaccesstothemostpowerfultoolfor
decision-makingintheworld-
thePlanning,Programmingand
BudgetingSystem-
withitscentralcontrolintheExecutive
OfficeofManagementandBudget
.

Supposethattoolwereusedtodeterminethemostlikely
routetoaccomplishtheirdesires .

Supposethereadoutindicatedjustsuchanattackonthe
presidencyasWatergatecouldhavebeen(andindeed,turnedout
tobe) .
Thenconsideragain-"WhyWatergate?"
Whenyouexplorethislineofthinking,youarefacedwithawhollynew
premise . WatergatewasNOTbungled . Itdidpreciselywhatitwasintended
todo .
Tobeawareonlyofwhathasbeenrepeatedendlesslybythemassnews
media,istomisstherealsignificanceofWatergate,andtheeventswhich
unfoldedAFTERthat'incident' .
Thecentral,overweeningissueofWatergateanditsaftermathisthe
overtdestructionoftheformsofourgovernment
. Watergatewasonlyan
incidentinthatdestruction .
Thecreationof"theimperialPresidency"providedaclimateinwhich
suchcloakanddaggerschemesasTheBurglarycouldoccur
.
IV -
3 9
The
televised"hearings"ontheproposedimpeachmentofRichardNixon
didnothingtoremedythesituation
.
WhatfollowsisNOTadefenseofNixon
. Ithasbeenalongtimesince
aConstitutionalistsuchasyourscribecouldfindarationaletosupport
him
. Despitethat,thosewhoacceptRichardMilhausNixonasthesupposed
'mastermind'ofWatergatemisstheessenceofthetragedyofWatergate,
whichisnotMr
. Nixon's,butthatofthenation,itself,andallofits
citizens
.
Althoughsomeofthisdestructionisassuredlycovert,forthemost
partitisbeingdoneopenlyandwithawrapofvirtue,bypeopleinboth
electiveandappointivepositions,financedtoagreatdegreebythepublic
purse,andwiththeassistanceofasubservientPress .
Inalesstroubledtime,MrNixon,himself,describedthisas"theNew
AmericanRevolution",andparticipatedactivelyasaleaderinit
. Itmay
bethatheisstillparticipating evenafterWatergate .
Whilemuchremainstobesaidaboutthebreak-inattheWatergate,it
istowardtheattempttoimpeachthatattentionshouldbedirected,forit
wastherethatthechippingawayatthefoundationofourgovernmental
systemtookplace
.
Withoutenforcementofthebasichumanrightsrecognizedinour
DeclarationofIndependence,andguaranteedbyourConstitution,tyranny
becomestheorderoftheday . Itis"tosecuretheserights(that)
governmentsareinstituted" .
AfterWatergate,tyrannybecameareality .
Ourlegalsystemisbasedonpresumptionofinnocence,andnowherein
therecordsofthatsystemcanitbefoundthatthemanintheWhiteHouse
isdeniedthatpresumption .
Thefactthatsome - notablyCongressmen - werewillingtowaiveMr
Nixon'srighttothispresumptionofinnocencemight,perhaps,notbeof
toomuchimportance . Except thatSOMEofthoseCongressmenwereaboutto
sitas"judges"onabillofimpeachment,andthe"newshounds"quotedand
requotedthesehitleriandisciples,untiltheirOPINIONSassumedthe
statureofFACT . ManycitizenswereasupsetaboutMrNixon's"guilt"as
thesecongressmenwerecomplacentaboutit .
Anotherbasicpremiseofourjuridicalsystemistherighttoremain
silent,whenaccused . Needitbepointedoutthattheconstanthoundingof
MrNixonmadethisrightseemwrong,whenhetriedtDavailhimselfofthis
pr»tection?
Closelyalliedtothatrightistherightnottobecompelledto
testifyagainstoneself . Thisisgermanetotheissueofthetapes,which
MrNixonwasforcedtosubmittotheCommittee, evenbeforedetermination
ttathemustgototrial .
WhichbringsustoyetanotherviolationofAmericanjurisprudence
therighttoanimpartialtrial . Surely,thisincludesanimpartialGrand
Jury,whichistheclosestcomparisontothefunctionassignedtotheHouse
JudiciaryCommittee . ThebiasofthemajorityofthatCommitteewas
clearlyexposedduringthedisclosurestageofWatergate . Anumberof
M{tubersopenlyexpressedtheirbeliefthatNixonwasguilty,, beforethey
r*,ceivedanyevidence . Thespeciousnatureofsomeofthechargespressed
T theCommitteedebatesunderscoredthatbias .
Allwhichbringsustoasoberreflection :
IfthemanintheOvalOfficecanbesubjectedtosuchabuse,
withoutprotestexceptfromhispartisans,whatprotectioncan
theaveragecitizenexpect,inlikecircumstances?
IV - 4
0
Ifitweretheleastamonguswhoreceivedsuchtreatment,howsafe
wouldtherestofusbe?
NOONEescapes,whenfreedomfails .
NotonlywastheHouseJudiciaryCommitteeclearlyoverweightedwith
"prejudice"(initsoriginalmeaningof'prejudgement')
in advanceof
evidence,inthematterofpreparingabillofimpeachment,butnoconcern
washeardfromanyofitsMembersoverastrangelegalprecedentwhichhad
beenestablished .
Thefactthattheresponsiblitytoinitiatesuchaction,whichis
rightlyvested in
theHouse,waspreemptedbytheSenateSelectCommittee
Hearings,wascompletelyignored
. "Solepowertoimpeach"isthechargeto
theHousebytheConstitution
. Thus,quietly,anotherportionofthebasic
lawofthelandwasbroken .
Senators,whowouldsit asajury,
shouldtheHousevoteimpeachment,
hadalreadyreceivedevidence,whichwouldcertainlycolortheirjudgement,
ifa bill ofimpeachmentcamebeforethem . That"evidence"included
hearsay,andothermatterswhicharenotadmissableinanycourttrial .
RepeateddenialsthatNixonwasa"defendant"
in theSenateproceedings
seemedamootpoint,asthequestioningofwitnessesconstantlyledtothe
possibilityofpresidentialinvolvement .
InconsideringthedamageswhichtheaftermathofWatergateinflicted
onourhistoricformofgovernment,itisimportantalsotoconsiderthe
matterofthe25thAmendmenttotheConstitution . Whilethe25thwas
legally adopted,itmustbeaskedhowmanyofourcitizensknewaboutit,
whenitwasbeingconsidered?Howmany,evennow,couldsaywhatitadds
totheConstitution?Mostimportant,howmanyknewwhatitseffectwould
heonourformofgovernment,whenasituationarosewheretheultimate
effectofitsuseoccurred?
That ultimate usebecameoperative,whenRichardNixonwasforcedto
leavetheWhiteHouse .
Passedunderthesuppositionof'presidentialdisability',this
Amendmentprovidedforthe
appointment ofavicepresident,shoulda
vacancyoccurinthatoffice(asresultedfromtheresignationofSpiro
Agnew) . WhenRichardNixonleftforSanClemente,the
appointed vice
presidenttookovertheOfficeofthePresident .
Inviewoftheextremepressuresforappointivegovernmentofficials,
onemustwonderaboutthisconvenientlypreparedprovisionfortheOffice
ofthePresidenttoheoccupiedbyanappointee
. Whenthatoccurred,those
devoteesofappointivegovernmentachievedtheircrowningsuccess - an
appointed"President"!
Unlikelyasitisthatitcouldbebelievedthatsuchdestructionas
resultedfromWatergateandthesubsequentattacksonRichardNixonwere
plannedthatway,thereisanotherpieceofevidencewhichmakesevena
strongercase
. ThatevidenceliesinthefactthattheattacksonNixon
followedatechniquewhichwasperfectedaquartercenturyago,andhave
beenpolishedbyusesincethen .
Then,asintheWatergatematter,theoriginalchargesfaded,
astheywerefoundtobewithoutsolidbasis
.
Then,asthiscase,themassmediapoundedawayatthe
contrivedissues .
Then,aswithWatergate,NEWchargesweremade,basedon
reactiontotheoriginalcharges .
Then,thecrywas,"Giveusthenames!"
AfterWatergateitwas"Giveusthetapes!"
.
IV
-
4 1
Somewhowereleadersintheattackallthoseyearsagowereleadersin
theattackonNixon .
Then,as in Watergate,itwasmorethanamanwhichwasthetarget
.
Then,itwasaconceptwhichhadtobedestroyed .
InWatergate,itwastheveryOfficeofthePresident
.
Makenomistakeaboutit
: thehueandcryover"TheBurglary"heldthe
potentialtodestroy,notonlythemanwhoheldthatoffice,butthe
office,itself .
WhathappenedwhenRichardNixonsteppeddownfromthePresidencywas
preciselywhathadbeendisclosedastheintentofsomeMembersofthe
HouseJudiciaryCommittee,inthefinalhoursoftheimpeachmenthearings
.
FromstatementsmadebyMembersoftheJudiciaryCommitteeinthelast
hoursofthe"hearings",itwasclearthattheintendedimpeachmentof
RichardNixonwasalsointendedtorestructurethewholerelationshipof
theexecutivetotheother,untilnowcoequal,branchesofgovernment
.
TheSenatorsactuallydiscussedredefiningthefunctionsofthe
executive,throughthelanguageusedinthearticlesofimpeachment!
ThestructureoftheExecutive was redefinedwhenGeraldFordtookthe
oath . lierecognizedithimself,inhisfirstremarkstothecitizensafter
hetookoffice . ThePresidentisnolongertherepresentativeatthe
federallevel,of
all thepeople . liedoesnot,infact,representanyof
thepeople
. WhoDOESherepresent?
InthematterofGeraldFord,herepresentedRichardNixon,who
appointedhimtothevicepresidency
. ButFordwasnotaccountableto
Nixon . lierepresentedtheHouseandtheSenate,whoconfirmedhis
appointment . Ifhewasaccountableto
them, itwasaviolationofthe
intentoftheConstitution,whichprovidesforthreeseparate,distinct,
COEQUALbodies . Ilemightbeconsideredaccountabletothosewhodevised
the25thAmendmenttotheConstitution . Atthetimethatamendmentwas
passed,therewererumorsthatitwasthebrainchildofNelsonRockefeller .
liecertainlypromotedit . IfFordwasaccountabletohim,hemighthave
beenaccountabletohisownappointmenttothevicepresidency!
Theseareserioussuggestions,whichdeserveseriousconsideration
.
Butthereisatleastoneother .
Earlyin1973 ,aneminent(andconsistentlyaccurate)columnist,Paul
Scott,reportedascenariobeingwhisperedaboutin ;influentialcirclesin
CapitolCity - evenbeforeSpiroWhowasforcedtoresign . Thewhispers
hadRichardNixonforcedoutofoffice,andsucceededbythevice
president,whowouldthenappointNelsonRockefellerinsecondplace . This
countrywouldthenhavethatappointedpresident,andanappointedvice
president
. It'scertainsure,that,withNelsonjustaheartbeataway,a
GeraldFordwouldnotbeindispensable
.
Sowhatdoyouknow!NixonWASforcedoutofoffice,andguesswhat!
TieappointedvicepresidentDIDreplacehim,andwhatdoyouknow!lieDID
nametheformergovernorofNewYorkashis"heirapparent"
. Coincidence?
Perhaps . Itis,howeveramatterofsuchseriousimport,thatitMUSTbe
thoroughlyexplored,and proven, eithertrueorfalse . Eitherway,it
tirectly affectsthefutureofthisnation .
Surely,theAmericanpeoplewillnotsitidle,whentheyknowthat
officialselectedtoservethem,andto"protectanddefend"their
government,themselvesservesuchacauseasthis,andinfullviewofthe
nation!
Surely,theAmericanspiritoffairplayshouldhavedemandedfor
RichardNixonthesamejusticeeveryAmericanhasarighttodemand - and
IV - 4 2
receive -
himself, evenifnowitmustbedoneretroactively
Itisvitalnowthattherebeenoughred-bloodedAmericanselectedto
serveintheCongressoftheUnitedStatestotakebacktheinitiativefrom
thosewhosemotivesarenecessarilysuspect,andcorrectthisdamage,
withoutfear,favor,ORprejudicesothat"thisnation,underGod,shall
haveanewbirthoffreedom,andshall . . .
notvanishfromthisearth . "
ThatCongressmustbemandatedbythepeopletheyrepresent,to
investigatethoroughly,withoutfearorfavor,thefactsorthe
fiction
containedinthequestionsraisedhere
.
Thescenarioplayedoutinthe1988campaignsvisavistheselectionof
DanQuayleasv
. p
. candidatesuggeststhattheremayyetbeanotherexercise
forthe25th
. Itwouldbethebetterpartofwisdomtocloseoffthat
possibility,beforeitwouldmaterialize
.
FOOTNOTETOTHE
STRATEGY OFDESTRUCTIONOF
CAREER
POLITICIANS :
ItispassingstrangethatonlyJoeMcCarthytriedtoraisethe
questionofcausativefactors,whentheadministrationthen
in office
turnedonhim
. Thatunansweredquestionhauntsthepoliticalscenetoday
.
14 1IYwouldapowerful"President"orSpeakeroftheHousenottryto
protecthisplaceinhistorybyrevealingthe"menandforcesatwork"
whoseGoalrequiressuchdestruction?
POLITICALSUBVERSION - 53 - WintergreenforPresident
InAugust,1980,RepublicansgatheredinDetroitforthequadrennial
farceofapparentlyselectingsomeonetocarrytheirbannertotheWhite
House . Shortlyafter,theDemocratshadtheingatheringoftheirParty
faithfulforthesamepurpose
. Howmanyofthoseinattendanceatthe
ConventionHallortheJoeLouisArenaknewthatthefightwasfixedisa
mootpoint .
AnunconscionablenumberofAmericansseemblissfullyunawareofthe
factthattheyhavenovoiceinselecting"themanwho"willoccupy16 00
PennsylvaniaAvenue,

"Themanwho"hasalreadybeenchosenbeforethe
rollcall,andthecitizenryhasbeenmanipulatedtoacceptthatchoiceby
thetimecaucussesandprimariesareheld .
WiththepossibleexceptionofCalvinCoolidge,whogottherebya
fluke,noonesinceWoodrowWilsonhasputhishandontheBibleandsworn
thePresidentialoath,whohasnotbeen tapped bythecabalwhich,today,
allbutrulestheworld .
Atfirst,the"divideandconquer"techniquewasenoughtoassure
electionofthechosen"manwho" . WhenTeddyRoosevelt"bolted"the
RepublicanParty,assuringthedefeatofanelectedPresident,andthe
victoryofthefirstPuppetPresidentoftheinternationalists,the
strategyachievedtheelectionofWoodrowWilson . Wilsonwasthefirst
candidate,too,tousethe"promisethemanything,butgivethemthePlan"
strategy .
Therestlessnativesarekeptincheckthroughthehooplaattending
conventions,andtheruseofprovidingtheappearanceofa"choice"
.
ToapersonwhotreasureshisUnitedStatescitizenshipasapriceless
heritagetobejealouslyguarded,theconstanterosionofhisgovernment
hasmuchthesameeffectastheChinesewatertreatment
. Helivesinthe
hopeofsomeonecomingtotheforewiththeformulatoavoidthestringsof
thepuppetmasters,andstillgetelected .
Witheachadditionalincursion,someofthehopeofsuchacitizen
erodes
. Itismostdisheartening,whenacandidatecomesforward,who
seemstoholdapromiseofdoingthat,andisdefeated
. Mostdisheartening
-
except,perhaps,whensuchacandidategetselected,butthen,safelyin
office,assistsintheerosion
.
Eitherway,thePlannerswin .
Thus,in1952,AmericanssupportedacharismaticGeneral,whoselong
publiccareerseemedtogiveassurancethat,asPresident,hecouldlead
thewaybacktotheRepublic
. Buthewasdefeated'byanequally
charismaticGeneral,whocharmedmorevoters,andthentootapathinthe
oppositedirection .
Itwas196 0,beforetherewasanotherchance . RichardMilhausNixon,
whohadbuilthisreputationonhisexposureoftherecordsofHelen
GahaganDouglasandAlgerHiss,seemedtomanyvoterstoholdthepromise
theylongedfor
. Buthiscampaignwassidetracked,andtielosswasthe
greater,becausethemarginofdefeatwassoslim,andNixonrefusedto
challengethecount,inthefaceofwidespreadevidenceoffraud
.
In196 2,Californianshada
real opportunitytoelectaGovernor . The
radicalincumbentseemedalostcause,sincehefacedastalwartopponent
aStateSenatorwithaprovenrecordofAmericanism . Butsomehowthe
challengerlost,andtheranksofactivistswhohadworkedtheirheartsout
IV - 4 4
forJoeShell,thinnedagain .
Grownmenweptonthatelectionnight
.
Thenitwas196 4
. ThehopeoncemorecenteredonWashington,anda
choicenotanecho
. Theheartbreakfollowingthatdefeatwasdevastating
.
Whenthesmokecleared,largecontingentsofGoldwatersupportersjoined
thelegionsofnon-voters
.
196 6 ,andRonaldWilsonReaganrodeintotheStatehouseinCalifornia
throughthecheersoftheold-line,dedicatedworkhorseswhohadlivedfor
thatday
. Thesewerethepatrioticfaithful,whoseeffortswereaugmented
thatyearbyawholecoterieofneophytes,wakenedtotheurgentneedfora
returntotheRepublic,byProAmericanrallies,andanti-communist
"schools" .
Howsweetthatvictoryseemed!ButthepeoplewhohadbeenReagan's
supportinthatcampaignwerenotpartofhis'team'whenpatronagewas
handedout,andtheonlynoticeabledifferenceinthegovernmentwasthe
speedwithwhichthePlanadvancedunderhisadministration
.
Iwasoneofthose'workhorses',havingbeenPrecinctChairmanforthe
CentralCommitteeinElDoradoCounty
. Forthefirsttime,afterthat
resoundingvictory,IwenttoaRepublicanWomen'sConventionwithhigh
hopesthattherewereenoughofusnow,tomakeadifference
in the
incomingadministration
. HownaiveIstillwas,then!
OurguestofhonorwasournewlyelectedRepublicanGovernor
.
Traditionally,thevictoriouscandidatecirculatedthroughtheroom,
thankinghissupporters,shakinghands,exchanginggreetings
. Notthis
time
. OurCandidatewasanoshowuntiltimefortheDinner
. Aswedrifted
intothediningroom,tovieforplacesneartheheadtable,wewere
nonplussedtofindthehalfdozentablesaroundthepodiumropedoff
. Word,
waspassedaroundthatthiswasfor'security'purposes
.
Whenourcandidatearrived,heandMrsReaganweresurroundedby
securitypeople,andmarcheddirectlytotheirplaces,acknowledgingthe
tumultuouswelcomebyarmsraisedinthevictorysalute
. Whataputdown!
OurnewGovernorandhisconsortweretobeprotectedfromthewomenwho
hadputthematthatheadtable!
Asthingsturnedout,itmightwellbethatthatwaspreciselythe
case
. Notfromanythreatofbodilyharm
-butthedangerthatexistedif
wewereallowedtodiscussourhopesforhisadministrationdirectlywith
him .
Wehadhada"testrun"ofthisstrategyattheStateconventionbefore
theelection,whenallClubPresidentsandPrecinctChairmenwere
photographedwiththecandidateforpublicitystills
. Itseemedstrangeat
thetime,thewaythatwasdone . Itwassummer,andHOT
. Allofthoseto
beshotwiththecandidatewereherdedintoaroomtogetherrightafter
lunch,towaitaturnwiththephotographer
.
Onecorneroftheroomwashiddenbyaheavydrape,andinthatcorner
thecamerawassetup
. AseachCountywascalled,thetwoofficerswent
behindthecurtain,tohephotographedwiththecandidate
. Theyweregiven
nonoticetofreshenup,combhairormopofftheglow
.
Idon'tknowabouttheothers,butIhadamessageforthecandidateona
paperinmytightlittlefist .
Inevergottogiveittohim
. liewasn'ttherewhenwewentbehindthe
drape
. Wewerepositionedforthelightsandthecamera,andtoldtohold
it
. Adooropenedbehindus,thecandidateslippedintoplace,the
camerablinked,andthecandidatewasbackthroughthedoor,beforeIeven
realizeditwasover,letalonerememberedthenote
IV-
4
5
In196 8,NixonfinallymadeittotheWhiteHouse,anditwasReaganall
overagain,onanationalscale . "Theconserativesgottherhetoric,and
theliberalsgotthejobs . "
1970,andReaganhadtocallintheHollywood"ratpack"tomakeitback
toSacramento,and,again,morepatriotsoptedout .
Andthenitwas1980,anddisillusionedCalifornianstriedtowarn
thenationthatReaganwasnotwhatheseemed . Whiletheydidn'tknowthe
scenariotobeused,thosewhomonitoredwhathehaddoneinCalifornia
knewthat,insofarasRonaldWilsonReaganwasconcerned,therewasno
possibilitythathewouldpositanyproblemstothe"Insiders",oncehewas
insidetheWhiteHouse,norofferanyhopeofareturntotheoriginal
goalsforAmerica,fortherestofus .
Only representatives, chosenbythepeople, fromamongthemselves,
replacingpoliticianswho,iftheyarenotInsiders,atbestare
cooperators,canmakethechangeAmericanswant .
Wintergreen,Nixon,Carter,Reagancannot .
NeithercanGeorgeBush .
11. 01
POLITICALSUBVERSION
- 54 - TheTimesDemandSkeptics .
ThealmosthypnoticacceptanceofRonaldWilsonReaganastheepitome
oftheleaderneededtoguidethiscountrybacktotheRepublichasalways
beenconcerning,whenthewayheperformed in
theGovernor'sofficein
Californiaistakenintoaccount
. WithGeorgeBushpickinguponthe
ReaganrecordinWashington,itisdownrightdisquieting
.
Thereisanoverweeningneedforahealthyskepticisminconsidering
GeorgeBushandhisplaceinhistory,forhispastactivitiesequal
Reagan's,incontraveningthepoliciestheybothenunciatefor
public
consumption
.
Assoonasthe1980electionwasassured,preparationsbeganforThe
Reaganadministration
. Itshouldberememberedthatthechangingofthe
guardinWashingtonwasheraldedbythemostintensiveandextensive
"transition"activityeverwitnessedinthiscountry
. Itwaspatently
intendedtounderlinehiscampaignpromises,andtoraiseevenhigherthe
hopethathisadministrationwouldleadthecountrybacktoabalanced
norm
.
'Reagan's'proposed"EconomicRenewalPlan"receivedamassivepublic
relationstreatment
. Possessingthemeritthepropagandaascribedtoit,
suchassiduousapplicationofadroitpressuresforacceptancewouldnot
havebeennecessary
. GiventheextraordinarypopularsupportforReagan's
candidacy,anytruly meritorious
programheofferedwouldhavesurelyfound
irresistableenthusiasmdemandingitspassage
. CongresswouldhaveHADto
respondinfavorofvoxpopuli .
T
heinevitablequestion,again,is"WHY?"
3 i
thisMadisonAvenue
hype,forsomethingwhichReagan,himself,saidthepeoplewanted?Come,
letusreason .
Evenbeforethedebrisfromtheinauguralhadbeensweptaway,agents
ofthenewadministrationbeganamajorlobbyingandsaleseffortfor
Reagan's'plan'
. (Let'snotquibbleoverwhetherornotit
was Reagan's -
itWASaPlan
. )Therewasplentyofevidencethatthemajorpartofthe
"transition"activitywasdesignedtodevelopstrategiesandtacticsto
assureacceptanceofthePlan
.
OnceReaganmovedintotheWhiteHouse,notimewaslostingetting
downtobusiness
. TheOfficeofManagementandBudgetjoinedwith
personnelfromtheTreasuryDepartment,andbeganbriefingMembers,of
CongressonThePlan
. CoveysofRepresentativesbrokebreadattheWhite
House,andwerebriefedontheurgencyofThePlan
.
PacketsofpropagandawerepreparedfortheWashingtonPressCorpsand
foreditorsandpublishersandcommentatorsacrossthecountry,extolling
thevirtuesofThePlan
.
Meetingswerescheduledwithleadersoflabor,business,farmand
ethnicgroups,designedtoobtaintheirsupportforThePlan
.
An"independent,privatesalescampaign",initiatedbyReagan's
"kitchencabinet"oflongtime(wealthy)supportersmountedamassiveblitz,
saturatingthecountrywithsupportivearguments
. Thiscampaignincluded,
butwasnotlimitedto,TVadvertising,anationalspeakers'bureau,and
directmailadvertisingpromotingThePlan
.
Allthis,mindyou,insupportofsomething"thepeoplewanted"!The
skeptichastoassumethat,likeafishinglure,there'sahook
.
And,ofcourse,therewas .
IV - 4 7
ThePlanwasfraudulent .
Thisskepticoffersthefollowinginsupportofthatcharge
:
ECONOMICPLANNING BY
GOVERNMENTIS SOCIALISM .
ThiswasaneconomicPlan,conceivedandofferedby'government'
.
Thatitwasdisguisedasaremedyfortheillscausedbyprevious
economicplansonlyservedtohighlightitsfabiannature
.
Thatitdidnotaddressthe real
causesofthoseillsonlyservedto
highlightitsfraudulence .
AlltheelementsofthisPlanwhichhavebeensequentiallysubmitted
throughouttheReaganyears,totallyignorethebasiccausesofour
economicdisability .
TheguaranteebyReaganthattheFederalReserveBoard(TheFed)would
remainasacredcowwasonemoreassurancethatitreallywouldnotmatter
howmuchThePlanshiftedthingsaround,insofarasthestatedgoalwas
concerned
. Theeconomywouldstillbegovernedbyunelected
money-changers,whowerethefirsttobenefitunderReagan's'new
economics',byvirtueofafiftybilliondollarinterestbearingloanfrom
TheFed,tofloatThePlan
.
Theabsenceofanyrealreformofthe'incometax'onlyservesto
remindAmericansthatthatmarxiantaxremainsacanceronthebody
politic,whichcanbemodified,butnotcured
. Thatcancerhastobe
excised,alongwithitssisterinsin,"TheFed",foranyrealeconomic
renaissancetotakeplaceinAmerica .
PerhapsthemostglaringdefectinThePlanwaswhatwasNOTincluded
init
. Therewasnoprovisionforclosingoffthebottomlessrathole
knownas"foreignaid"
. Americansweretotightentheiralreadypainful
beltsstillmore,andgroupwastobepittedagainstgroup,tofightover
thebones'government'deignedtothrowtothem,whileunendinghandouts
beyondourshorescontinuetobleedoureconomy
:
thegrants-in-aid
;
thesupplylinesforrevolutionariesoneverycontinent
;
thefavoredtreatmentforforeignmanufactures
;
thelowinterest"loans"tobloodytyrants,neverrepaid ;
thecontributionstotheWorldBankanditsmyriadshoots
;
supportforuncountedgovernmentsalreadyindebttous
.
NONE
OFTHESEwerethreatenedbyReagan's"voodoo"economics
.
Theonethingwhichcouldreallymakeadifferenceinendingthe
devastatingdeteriorationoftheAmerianeconomy -
areturntosolidmoney
-
wasneveranypartofReagan'sPlan
.
WillallthoseAmericanswhohavebelievedthatThePlanworkedto
theirbenefitpleasetellusHOWitdid?
-Vj - 4 8
~ J ( ~ f i L G d y Z v
C o n q u e s t b y C o n s e n t
ch : p a :
55 Fre e d o m f ro m Ty ra n n y V - 1
56 Pro lo gu e t o Pla n n i n g V - 6
57 Re s t ru ct u ri n g Ame ri ca V - 9
58 Who Are t he Ext re mi s t s ? V 13
59 "Ou r C i t i e s - The i r Ro le
i n t he Na t i o n a l Eco n o my "
V 15
60 Re co gn i zi n g a Me n a ce V 18
61 Di s ma n t li n g Bu re a cra cy V 2 2
62 A Ma n 's Ho me V 2 4
63 Ho w t o Su b ve rt
Re p re s e n t a t i ve G o ve rn me n t
V 2 8
64 Es t a b li s hi n g
In t e rgo ve rn me n t a l Re la t i o n s
V 3 0
65 G ro u p Dy n a mi cs a s a
Su b ve rs i ve Pro ce s s
V 3 3
66 "The Who le Thi n g
i s f o r Pla n n i n g . "
V 3 6
67 Tre a s o n a n d Ot he r Tri vi a V 3 9
CONQUESTBYCONSENT
- 55
- FreedomfromTyranny
Oncetherewerenewfrontiers,whereasylumcouldbesoughtwhen
tyrantsstolemen'sfreedoms
.
Oceanscouldbecrossed,orborders,tosomepeacefulplacewhereanew
lifecouldbebegun
. Itwassuchanexoduswhichmadepossiblethe
foundingof"anewnation,conceivedinliberty"whichbecametheUnited
StatesofAmerica
.
Theproblemwithsuchescapeisthatitdoesnotstoptyranny
. For
thosewhoseekasyluminsuchamovetherecanbeameasureofrelief
- but
tyrannyisleftbehind,tocontinueitsmalodorousoppression
. Unchecked,
tyrannycanspreaditspoisonacrossbordersandevenoceans,untilit
circlestheglobe .
Unlessanduntilitisdirectlyandsuccessfullyconfronted,sometimes
atterriblecostintermsofhumanlifeandsuffering,tyrannyremainsan
evergrowingthreat
.
Thenewtyrannynowvisiblyshacklingtheentireworldmustbeopposed
.
Therearenonewfrontierstoofferasafehaven .
WhenthisnewtyrannybeganinAmericaaroundtheturnofthecentury,
thereweremanyplacesthePlannershadnotbeenabletoinfiltrate,and
movingawayfromthestricturesplacedononecommunitytoanotherareawas
stillpossible . Thatisnolongertrue . Nowthenetworkofcentral
planninghascoveredtheentiremapofAmerica,andtoagreaterorlesser
degreecontrolseverysquareinchoftheland
. Ithasalsoreachedacross
bordersandoceans,threateningallmankind .
Thisnewtyrannycamefromthesamesourceasthatwhichmovedthe
Pilgrimstoseeksurcease - themindsetwhichholdstothe"divinerightof
kings" . Itisbeingimposedbyacomparativelysmallgroupwithworldwide
interests,whoseplansembraceeverycountryandeveryinhabitantthereof .
Aidedbyhordesof'experts'(trainedbyagentsoftheconspirators),these
moderntyrantsnowhaveusurpedmajorpowerofdecisiononprivateproperty
ineverystate,cityandcountyinthisland,andtheyaremovingacross
UnitedStatesbordersintoCanadaandMexico . Theirpresenceisbeingfelt
inalmosteverycountry . Unlesstheyarestopped,andthatsoon,the
perpetratorsofthistyrannywillhaveanirreversiblecapabilityof
controlovertheentireglobe .
Thereisstillthepossibilityofadeliberatechoicebetween
submissionandconfrontation . Neitheralternativeiseasy . Theformermay
giveasemblanceofrespite,butintheendthenonresistorswillsuffer
equallywiththosewhostanduptobecounted . Forthisparticulartyranny
mustcontroleverylivingbeing-
eventhosewhohavehelpedtoachievethe
endssought
.
Thewould- betyrantsknowthatanywhoarenotundercontrolremaina
constantthreattothem . Afterall,iftheircollaboratorscouldnotbe
truetothetrustgivenfreelybythosefromwhomtheywrestedcontrol,how
couldsuch'experts'betrustednottousethetoolstheyunderstandso
wellagainstthosewhowouldhavetorelyonthemtokeepthehuman
resourcesunderrestraint?Thistime,nooneescapes
.
Itisanexerciseinfutilitytobemoanthenumerousobstacleswhich
seemtoblockanyefforttostopthesetyrantsnow :
*
theseemingapathyofaseemingmajority
;
• theperfidyofpublicservantswhofalselysweartosupport
aConstitutiontheydonotappeartohaveevenread,letalone
understand(or,worse,understandanddespise)
;

theshabbymachinationsofunelectedbureacrats
;

thedisintegrationofthemoralfiberofthisnationand
itspeople ;
9E
themyriadpenetrationsofthestructureofthelawful
government ;
and,perhapsmostdishearteningofall,thefailureofthemanynoble
attemptstorepelandunarmtheserevolutionariesinthepast
.
Itisnowonderthatsomanyquestionwhetheritispossibletostop
suchanall- encompassingcoupsasthis
. Somegosofarastosaythatmost
peopledonotcareaboutlibertyanymore-
allpeoplewant is ahandout .
Theevidenceisabundantthatthisisnotso
. Onepositiveproofisthat,
untilnow,nocandidatehasgonebeforethepeopleandtoldthemhe
intendedtousetheofficesoughttodestroytheirfreedomandtheirnation
- andbeenelected
. Nomatterwhatelsehepromised,eventhattheirevery
otherwishwouldbegranted,theireverywantcaredfor,hewouldn'tbe
elected .
NeverhasthisbeenmoreevidentthaninthecampaignbetweenGeorge
BushandMichaelDukakisin1988 . Eachtriedtooutdotheotherinwaving
theflag,andexpressingsupportforindividualrightsandfreedom
. Never
mindthedismalrecordoftheirpast"publicservice"andwhatthat
portends . Ignorethevitalmatterstheydidnotdiscuss . Listenonlyto
theirexpressionsofsupportforthethingsmostAmericanscherish
.
Megalomaniacshavebeenreturnedtoofficetimeandagain,butitisby
aratioofadecliningmajorityofadecliningminority . This is NOTdue
to'apathy',butrathertoanincreasedawarenessbythecitizenrythat,no
matterWHOgetstheoffice,the people arenotbeingrepresented .
KnowingthatthisisnotTheAmericanWay,butdeprivedofthe
knowledgeoflegalwaystocopewithit,Americansarevotingwiththeir
feet,asrefugeesfromtheclassicaltyrannyintheUSSRdo,butina
differentway- ourrefugeesdonotmovetheirfeet
-
theystayhomeon
electionday . Themostdesirablecandidates
- citizensofsubstance,with
aprovenrecordofhonor,integrity,capabilityandpatriotism - rarely
offertoserveinelectiveoffice
. Toooften,whentheydo,theyare
victimizedbystrategiessuchasaredescribedinthepagesonPolitical
Subversion,andinthefinalSectionofthisbook .
JohnQ . Citizen,seeingtheevilsperformedinthenameof"partisan
politics",optsoutentirely
.

Thisisnotaconstructivemethodof
dealingwiththisvitalissue
. IfthisarmyofdisheartenedAmericanscould
bemobilizedtousetheConstitutionalpowerstillavailabletothem,to
electrepresentativesinsteadofpoliticians,victoryoverthesemattoids
isnotonlypossible - itisinevitable .
Everytyranthasoneoverridingfear . Thatis,thatthemasseswill
resistbeforetotalcontrolsareestablished . Thesetyrantsknow(ifthe
peopledonot)thattheydonotyethavethattotalcontrol . Iftheydid,
theywouldhaveusedit,andyouwouldnotnowbereadingthisbook
.
Thisisbeingwrittenbecausetherehasbeensolittlenoticeofthe
strategies bywhichtheUnitedStateshavebeenbroughttothisstageof
destruction
. Knowing howitisbeingdone canprovideaninsightintothe
waysandmeansbywhichAmericanscanreversethetyrannouscoursebeing
followedtoday .
V- 2
InthisSection,thestrategiesinvolvingtheusurpationofprivate
rightsinpropertyarebeingexamined
. Atthispointintime,itison
thisbattlefieldthatthebiggunsarebeingbroughtintoaction,andthose
gunsaretrainedonMainStreetandyourownfrontyard
.
CongressmanCharlesLindbergh(fatherof"LuckyLindy"therenowned
aviator)reportedinhisbook"TheEconomicPinch"thathehadseenan
Establishmentdocumentlayingoutthelongrangeplansforthisrevolution,
whichhadbeendistributedto'Insiders'beforetheturnofthecentury .
Lindberghstatedthattheplanningincludedspecificallytheremovalof
privaterightsinproperty,because,thedocumentpointedout,people
withouthomeswillnotquarrelwiththeirleaders . Ifthose'leaders'have
controlofallpropertythroughcentralplanning,theycandecidewhoshall
havehomes,andwhoshallnot - andthuscontrolopposition .
Whenthemattersdiscussedherecenteronaparticularareaofthe
country,itisbecausewehavedocumentationforthemovestakenthere . It
mustnotbeassumedthattheexamplesareisolatedincidents . Thatthere
hasbeenadeliberateefforttopreventrecognitionofa"comprehensive
plan"whichembracestheentirecountryisdemonstrable
. Byfocussingon
localarea"compplans",andprovidingthesemblanceofthoseplansbeing
preparedbythecitizensinthearea,itispossibletoplaceasmokescreen
aroundeacharea,whichpermitsfadeoutoftheinterlockingnatureofthe
myriad'local'compplans,whichcomprisetheoverallPlan .
ItmustbeemphasizedthatthemovesbythePlannerswhichwedescribe
aretypical,andnotlimitedtotheonebeingdiscussed . Theplanning
objectiveistohavethisentirecountryunderacentrallizedcontrol - a
controlintendedtoextendoveraworldwideregionalnetworkatsome
undeterminedpointintime .
Onceastrategyisperfectedwhichservestheobjectivesought,
Plannersinthiscountryusethatstrategyoverandover,whereveritis
needed
. Itispassedthroughthenetworkofplanningorganizations,to
localcollaboratorsinCalifornia,Louisiana,Illinois,Wisconsin,Florida,
Indiana,Washington
.
Whereveritisneeded .
Justbecauseaproblemisbig,though,itdoesnotfollowthatthe
solutionneedbecomplex
. Theveryfactthatthosewhoinsiston
convolutedsolutionsareusuallyinapositiontohavepreventedthe
probleminthefirstplace,sayssomething
. Theseareoftenalsothesame
peoplewhocondemn"simplesolutions"
. Citizensattemptingtomeetthe
problemsoftodayaredivertedfromproductiveresponsebyslicksemantics,
andbecomedisheartenedbybeingrepelledwhentheytrytodosomething
abouttheproblems .
Onedoesnothavetohavealltheanswersbeforeattackinganobvious
problem
. Sometimessimplecommonsenseisallthatisneeded
. That"one
candle"canlightamultitudeofothers
. Sometimesallthatisneededis
forsomeonetolightthefirst .
Thereisnotenoughrecognitionthatmanyoftheproblemsoftodaywere
createdtoobtainpredetermined
r esults . NO
'solution'forthemshouldbe
accepted,unlessitclearlysupportstheprinciplesonwhichourlawful
governmentrests
. Somanyoftheproffered'solutions'arefarfromdoing
that
. Most,infact,areantagonistictothoseprinciples
. Inaless
criticaltime,noseriousdiscussionwouldhavegiventhemcredibility
.
Today,lawsarepassedtoensuretheiracceptance
.
Fartoooften,citizensaresilent,thinking,perhaps,thatthereis
somethingtheyhavemissed,somethingvitaltounderstanding,whichthey
V- 3
alonedonothave . NOTSO
. Ifsomethingseemsinaneitprobably
is, and
noamountofinformationisgoingtomakeitrational
. Ifothersare
silent,itisprobablybecausetheydonotwanttoadmitthatitalsoseems
inanetothem,wheneveryoneelseseemstounderstand
.
Therewasapopularbumperstripsomeyearsback,whichcried,"Please,
UncleSam,I'dRatherDoItMyself!"Evenwhilethousandsproclaimedthis
preference,theirelectedrepresentativeswereencouragingUncletocome
intotheircommunitiestodothingswhichtheycouldhavedonethemselves
-
orwhich - morelikely - shouldnothavebeendoneatall
. Asaresult,
'problems'havegrownlikeweeds .
Forexample : trash . SinceUncletookoverthehandlingofrefuse,
citizenshavefacedrawpoweroverrawsewage,butsolutiontotheproblem
isasdistantasiteverwas . Somepeopleevenseemtobewillingto
disposeoftheirgovernmenttosolvethisproblem . Thismaycomeasa
shocktothose,buteveniftheydodestroythelawfulgovernment,erase
countyandcitylines,putonallkindsofcontrols,andvoluntarily
surrendertheirownresponsibility,theeffluviawillcontinueto
accumulate,andaplacewillcontinuetobeneededtodisposeofit
. The
maindifferencewillbethatwhenUnclehastotalcontrol,hecanputit
anywherehechooses,andthepeoplewillhavetoacceptit,fortheywill
havenorecourse .
TheAmericanwayofdoingthings
in thepastwasagoodone . Itmade
possibletheaffluentsociety,bymeansofwhichtheentireworld
benefitted,without in
theleastdiminishingthegoodlifeitsuppliedits
ownpeople . EventhePOOR in
Americahavehaditbetterthan95percentof
alltherestofthepeopleintheworld
. Ifthatseemsanexaggeration,
takealookattheinformationsheetsenttoprospectivecontributorsto
theWaronWorldPovertysentbytheInfernalRevenuers
. Notethe
beginningleveloftheFederal'income'tax
. Theofficialpovertylevelis
$8000
. Andin1989,UnclebegantorequireSocialSecuritybeneficiaries
-
many(most?)ofwhomarenearthatlevel
- topaythefullamountoftheir
"COLA"(costoflivingallowance)tooffsettheriseincostofhealth
care
. Insomeinstances,recipientsofwelfaremustturnintheircash
registertapesforgroceries,asaconditionoffurtheraid
. Evenmore
thanthat,Medicarerecipientshaveapercentoftheirservicecosts
withheldforUncle!QED .
Unlesssomewayisfoundtomotivatethosemillionswhosepittancesare
takentopaytheirwayintobondage
; somewaytoobtaintheirhelpin
gettingUncleoffthebacksof
productive citizens(whoaretheirreal
allies),thedaymustcomewhenUnclewillhavetotakeoverallthe
remnantfunctionsofsociety
. Heispreparingforthatday,andcreating
theconditionsforthetakeover .
Allareasmustbe"equal"intheBraveNewWorld,oronlytheshiftless
andfecklesswouldremainunderthestagnationofcontrol
. Ifthesamesad
situationexistseverywhere,thereisnorefugefortheenergetic
.
Whatalossfortheentireworlditwouldhavebeenhadtherebeensuch
controlsasnowexist,whenHenryFordorThomasEdisonwerepursuingtheir
Dreams!Imaginetheirneighborsrunningtotheauthorities,complaining
aboutnoiseortheirviolationofaprohibiteduseofresidentialproperty,
ordamagetoenvironment!
Thereisnowaytocalculatewhatlossesthefuturewillsustaindueto
suchinterventionstoday
. Whatundiscoveredgeniusmayforeverbe
preventedfromcontributingtothequalityoflifethrougheconomic,
ecologicorexotericpressures!
V-
4
Ifevertherewasatimewhenindividualinitiativeneededassertion,
thattimeisNOW
. Theplacetobeginisineverycommunityinthenation
.
Theproblemsareimmense
. Thesolutionsarenot
. Thegrassrootsrebellion
,hasbegun
. Helpitgrow!
Peopleneedtoknowwhatisgoingon,butonlythecomparativefewwho
readsuchbooksasthis,orthefewremainingpublicationswhichtellthe
truthwithoutfearorfavor,aregettingtheunvarnishedfacts
.
Everystrategysupportingthisrevolutionhashadexaminationbysome
electedbody -
insomecasesbymanyofthem . Scheduletimetoattend
everymeetingofanyelectedgovernmentswhichyoupossiblycan
. Youwill
besurprisedatwhatgoesonthere!Thentellyourrelatives,neighborsand
friendswhatyoulearnthere,andencouragethemtoattend,too
.
Thisisasimplesolutiontoamajorproblem- supplyingthe
informationaboutwhatisbeingdone"withtheconsentofthepeople"to
thosewhowouldneverconsent
- iftheyonlyknewthefacts!
RecommendedReading :
"TheEconomicPinch"CharlesLindbergh
. 192 3 -
Reprint,Omni,1968
CONQUESTBYCONSENT
- 56
- ProloguetoPlanning
LongbeforehewastappedforthePresidency,HerbertHooverhadbeen
makingplansforhisoccupancyoftheWhiteHoue
.
AsChairmanofthePresident'sCommissiononUnemployment
in 192 3 ,he
beganbringing"socialscientists"intothegovernmentandgatheringdata
forfutureuse .
WhenhewasappointedSecretaryofCommerce in
192 4,Hoovertookboth
theseadjunctsoftheplannedsocietywithhim
. Duringhisyearsthere,
theDepartmentofCommercewasadepositoryforcollectingandcataloguing
theinformationwhichwouldbeneededtoextendthe"managerialrevolution"
throughoutthewholeofgovernment .
Nograssgrew,onceHooverbecameChiefExecutive,before the
transitionintoadministrativegovernancebeganinearnest . HisPlanfor
theGreatSocietywasthePlanofallelitists . Itwastheevidenceof
thisPlanwhichFranklinRooseveltscoredinhisjustlyfamous"State's
Rights"speech
in
193 0,whenhekickedoffhiscampaigntounseatHoover .
Forsure,theechoesofHoover'soathofofficehadbarelydiedaway,
when'heappointeda"ResearchCommitteeonRecentSocialTrends"todothe
studiesnecessarytoimplementThePlan . Thatthiswasnotyetgovernment
policyismadeclearinseveralways :

ThisCommitteewasnotapproved norfunded - by
Congress .

ItwasanExecutiveaction,andwasunderwrittenbythe
RockefellerFoundation .

NoReportwasmadetoCongressorthepeopleduringthe
wholetimeitfunctioned .
TheworkofthatCommitteehasbeencalled"amonumentalachievementby
thelargestcommunityofsocialscientistseverassembledtoassessthe
socialconditionofanation" . *Monumentalitwas . WhenaReportwas
finallyissued,its1568pagesfilledtwohugevolumes,nearlysixinches
thick .
Apartfromitssubstance,thereareseveralremarkablemattersinvolved
inthisReport .
BarryKarl, in
hisbiographyofCharlesMerriam(knownas"TheFather
of13 13 ",firstandlongtimechairmanoftheACIR - 13 13 s"federal
beachhead"**)remarkedthatHooveraddedanafterthoughttothePrefaceof
theReport,whichidentifieditas"acooperativeeffortonaverybroad
scaletoprojectintothefieldofsocialthoughtthescientificmood
and- method . . . . andconstructiveremediesofgreatsocialproblems
. "
ThatstatementwasnotinthecopyoftheReportIexamined
. Thathas
somesignificance,becauseitunmasksthepiousdisclaimersinsertedinthe
Report,thattherewasnoefforttooffersolutionsforthe"socialills"
theReportdelineated
. Whatpossibleexplanationcouldtherebeforthat
"monumental"task,ifno"remedies"wereintended?
InthePrefacetotheReportIstudied,HooveraverredthattheReport
was"acomplete,impartialexaminationoffacts"
. Allowthatitwas
complete,impartialitwasnot
. Plainlythecollaboratorswerechosenfor
theirbias,andnotonedepartedfromthesocialscienceline
. Therecould
benomorepositiveproofthatfiguresdon'tlie,butliarsdofigure,than
V- 6
isfoundinthese1568pagesofselectedstatistics
.
Unfortunately(orotherwise,dependingontheviewpoint),theCommittee
didnotcompleteitsworkuntilthefallof193 2 ,andHooverwasn'tslated
tobearoundthefollowingyear .
Whichbringsupanotherremarkablematter
: ThejacketoftheAdvance
ReviewCopycarriesthewarning :
"CONFIDENTIAL : NottobereleaseduntilJanuary,193 3 . This
Reportisgiventoyouinstrictconfidenceinadvanceofthe
publicationdate . . . Itisoftheutmostimportancethatno
materialcontainedinthisbookordiscussionsofsuchmaterial
bemadeavailable tothepublic
beforeJanuary193 3
. Magazines
andotherperiodicalsshouldwithholdcommentinissueswhichare
mailedorexposedforsalepriortoJanuary2 ,193 3 ,irrespective
oftheirstateddateofissue
. "(Emp . added)
Now,isn'tthatinteresting?Howmuchbeforethatmagicdate,doyou
suppose,wasthisReporthandedout?Towhom,doyousuppose,wasit
givenorsent?Flowtrusting -
ifitwassenttoperiodicals,whowerethen
askedtoholdrelease!Doyousupposeitcouldhavebeendistributedas
muchas twomonths beforeJanuary,193 3 ?Whatdifference,doyousuppose
itwouldhavemade,ifthe"public"knewaboutitbeforetheNovember,
193 2 ,election?
Howmanygovernmentreportshavecarriedawarninglikethat?(But,of
course,thiswasn'tagovernmentreport . Congresshadn'tapprovedthe
study,Rockefellerfinancedit,anditwaspublishedbyMcGrawHill,not
theGovernmentPrintingOffice . )
Itismorethanhalfacentury,now,sincethisReportwaspublished,
butthemattersinitareofanaturetomakeanyAmericanlividwith
anger,eventoday . Theyearsofsilenceaboutitmakeitevenworse,for
the"issues"itraisedareatthecoreofevery"problem"facingustoday
.
Itisn'tjusttheseditiousintent,implicitintheconceptofthis
Report,ortheequally
seditiousconspiracytotakeoverthefunctionsof
representativegovernment,
althoughGodknowsthoseareenough
. Butboth
thesepaleinthefaceofthearrogantassumptionofauthorityoverevery
livingthing,everyinanimateobject,andeverymovementoract
conceivable .
Here,inthismustyReport,istheembryooftoday'senvironmental
movement
; zeropopulationgrowth ; abortion,sexeducation
; immigrationand
miscegenation ; theBlackrevolution
; themoralcrisis
; childcareby
government ; theERA
; the"civilrights"CourtdecisionintheSerranocase
;
thesocialgospel -
younameit,it'sthere .
BasictotheCommittee'sFindingsisthisbaldstatement :
"Ofthetwoways(onlytwo?- ed
. )ofimprovingthequalities
ofapeople,thefirst,mutation,maybedismissed,sinceour
knowledgeistoolimited(itisn'tanymore,is
it?- ed . ) ; the
second, selectionandbreedingfor
desirable qualities, offers
possibilities . "
Isthatclearenough,myfellowcattle?Nowyouknowwhattheymeanby
"humanresources"
.
Withthisknowledge,someunderstandingofthereasonforthe
proliferatingstudiesofgeneticengineeringmaybeengendered
.
V-
7
Withthisknowledge,perhapsenoughAmericanswillget"madashell",
andletthesemattoidsknowthattheyareNOTGOINGTOTAKEITANYMORE
.
Recommendedreading
:
#""ReportofTheResearchCommitteeonSocialTrends"
- your
publiclibrary,orUniversityRepository
*BarryKarl
: "CharlesMerriamandtheStudyofPolitics"
;
UniversityofChicagoPress,197 4
.
JoHindman,"Terrible13 13 Revisited",Caxton,1961
CONQUESTBYCONSENT
-
57 - RestructuringAmerica
Whentherichestmenintheworlddecidedaroundtheturnofthe
centurythattheworldandeverythinginitshouldbetheirs,itwas
naturalthattheyturnedtoeducationasthetooltoopentheiroyster
.
CecilRhodesandhisDream
; AndrewCarnegieandhis
; JohnD
. Rockefeller
andhis
; ahandfulofsimilarfinancialgiants
; eachbegananassaulton
civilization
. AllwereaimedatthesameGoal,butthemosteffectiveof
thesewasRockefeller,whousedhisnativeacuity,hispowerandinfluence,
todrawotherpowerfulandinfluentialmenintohisorbit
. Hefurthered
theirschemes,andtheyreciprocated .
FrederickT
. GateswasanearlyRockefellerrecruit
. Gateshadalready
provedhiszealfortheDream,whenhemetRockefeller
. Almost
singlehandedly,hehadlaunchedtheUniversityofChicago(ChiU)forthe
Pillsburyfamily,withfundsfromtheflourfortune
. Gateswasseeking
additionalfinancingforChiU,andRockefellerwashighonhislistof
potentialdonors
. Gatesnotonlygotwhathesought,buthealsoearned
Rockefeller'sadmirationforhisabilities
. Thatadmirationblossomedinto
anassociationwhichmadehistory - albeitnotpublicly
. Gatesbecamea
Rockefelleragent,and,insteadofhavingtobegformoney,hesoonwasin
apositiontodispenseit .
Together,heandRockefeller"cultivatedthevineyardsofAmerican
education - incities,ruralcounties,gradeschools,highschools,
colleges,medicalschools,andotheradvancedtraining"(quotefroma
friendlybiographerofJDR) .
Fromtheirassociationcamethepenetrationoflocalschoolsthrough
theGeneralEducationBoard,andthepenetrationofChiUbythePlanners .
Intheearlyyearsofthiscentury,Chicagobecameamagnetforleading
lightsinvariousradicalmovements,anditwasaperfectsettingforthe
headquartersfortheregionalarmyonlythenbeginningtoshapethe
strategiesforrevolution . ItwasanaturalforthebuddingPlannerstobe
drawntothecenterofradicalism,andtosetupaGHQ(general
headquarters)nexttotheivycoveredhallsofChiU - at13 13 East60th
Street .
Fromtheearliestassociationsformedtofurther"theplanningidea",
oncetheyhadapermanentaddress,theplanningmovementrapidlygrewinto
aninternationalconglomerate,whichcalleditself"13 13 ",probablyto
signaltonewinitiatesthattheadditionalunitswerestillpartofthe
combine,regardlessofanyidentityofconveniencetheyassumed .
JaneAddamshadbuiltBullHouseinChicago,ostensiblyasarefugefor
thehomeless,butitalsoservedasarendezvousforanassortmentof
visitingradicals .
CityClubinChicagowashabitedbysuchluminariesasCharlesMerriam,
HaroldIckes,andJuliusRosenbaum
. Merriamwasa"socialscience"
professoratChicagoU,whowaschosentoheadthe13 13 combine
. Ickeshad
servedascampaignmanagerforMerriamwhenheranforMayorofChicagoin
1911,andtheyremainedcloseassociatesuntilMerriam'sdeath . *
WhenIckeswenttoWashingtontoserveintheRooseveltcabinetas
DirectorofPublicWorks,hebroughtMerriamintohelpsetuptheNational
ResourcesPlanningBoard(NRPB),theagencycreatedtobring"social
science"intofullparticipationinthegovernment
.
SendingforMerriamwasmorethanjustfortuitous,forMerriamhad
V- 9
helpedtocoordinatethe13 13 setup,andwas- thefirstdirectorofits
activities .
As13 13 beganitspenetrationofgovernment,itspawnednumerous
ancillarygroups,liketheintricatefilamentsofaspiderweb,themore
effectivelytoentraptheunsuspectingprey
. Atfirst,allofthese
headquarteredat13 13 ,butastheyproliferated,itbecamenecessaryto
relocatesomeoftheminotherareas
.
Inshortorder,afterthe"RooseveltRevolution"began,theexecutive
branchofthegovernmentwasswarmingwith13 13 agentsofscientific
management
. ItwassomeofthesewhomettogetherwithDr
. WillimWirt,
andexposedtohimtheirplansforAmerica'sfuture
. Remember,oneofthem
wasfromPublicWorks?RememberhowJohnO'Connormourned"Littledidwe
knowthatmostofwhattheplotterspredictedwouldcometrue"?Littledid
heknowtheywerenotpredicting
-
theywerediscussingthenewveryreal
scientificrevolution,onlythengearingupforactiononanational
scale .
Whereweretheinvestigativereportersthen?Herewasagroupof
governmentemployees,chargedwithheinousabuseofthepublictrust
. It
wouldhavebeenacinchtoproveDrWirtwasright,becausethosepeople
werebeingpaidtodowhattheyweredoing,andtheyweredoingwhatthey
saidtheyweredoing,andwhatDr
. Wirthadsaidtheysaidtheyweredoing
.
Butnoonebrokethestory
.
TheNRPBdidnothavetostrikeoffintounchartedterritory,asit
begantomovetherevolutioninsidegovernment
. Itsjobwastoinsert
strategiesandtechniquesintogovernmentwhichhadalreadybeentriedby
'volunteer'groups -
withoutlegalauthority .
Thefirst'volunteer'experimentincomprehensiveplanningwasbegunin
192 4,whenanunofficialpilotprogramwasformedasa"TriStateRegional
PlanningFederation"whichincludedPennsylvania,NewJerseyandDelaware
.
Asimilargroupdidthesamething,aboutthesametime,forNewEngland
.
AthirdwasdesignedforNewYork,RhodeIslandandConnecticut
. The
lattergroupfoundfavorwiththeGovernorofNewYork,andwithhis
blessingacontinuingPlanforthatStatewassparked
. It'sasafebet
thatthestatisticscompiledbythese'volunteers'foundtheirwayintothe
filesoftheNRPB
.
Amongthecontributorsofthesestats,almostsurely,wouldhavebeen
thePublicAdministrationService(PAS)anditsaffiliate,theNational
?MunicipalLeague(NAIL) . Formanyyears,thesetwogroupshadbeenthe
vanguardof"citymanagergovernment"
. In1940,PASpublishedareviewof
thecitymanagermovement, in whichtheyopenlystatedthattheintentof
themovementwas"anewformofgovernment"unhamperedbysuchantiquities
as"separationofpowers"and"checksandbalances" . ItwasalsoPASand
NAILwhichparentedtheinitiative,referendumandrecall(IRR)to
facilitatetheirassaultonrepresentativegovernment .
WhentheNRPBwascreated,itsfirsttaskwastosurveytheprogressof
the'volunteer'planningmovement
. Itfoundsome7 00cityplanningboards
alreadyatwork,mostofthem'volunteer'
. Mostofthesewereinthe
easternpartofthecountry
. TherewasonlyoneCountyplanningboardat
thattime
. ItwasinWisconsin .
Oneyearlater,theNRPBreportedthattherewere3 9morecityplanning
boards,and7 17 ofthetotalwerenow"official"
. Bythentherewere61
CountyBoards,2 3 regionalboards,and3 0"municipal"boards
. TheNRPB
reportedthatalmostallofthesewere'nonpolitical'andhaduniversity
professorsonthem . 'Nonpolitical'meansthattheywerenotofficial
. "Not
V- 1 0
official"meansthattheywerenotapprovedbyrepresentativesofthe
people(thatmeanstheywereoperatingwithoutconsentofthepeople
-
outsidethelaw)
. Thepresenceofprofessorswasnotedinthereport,but
notexplained
. These'volunteer'boardsassumedthepowertobeginthe
restructuringofAmerica
.
TheNRPBreportedthatithad"stimulatedinterestinplanning"by
offeringassistancetoencourageStateplanningboards
. Theassistance
was,ofcourse,conditional
. Alloftheconditionsrestedonguarantees
fromthe
stateexecutive
NOTfromtherepresentativesofthepeople
.
Togetthatassistance,thegovernorhadto
:

promisetopressforlegislationtogivethestateboard
legalstanding ;

appointNRPB- approvedmemberstotheboard
;
*guaranteeofficespaceandstenographicservice
;

guaranteeatenyearplanningprogram,andastudyfora
transportation
plan (an
interesting
requirement,
transportation)
;

appointa'planner'todirecttheBoard
;
TheGovernorofNewHampshirewasthefirstapplicant
.
Bytheendofthenextyear,thirtyninemoregovernors(outofthe48)
hadcompromisedrepresentativegovernment
in
theirstates,andstarteda
processwhichthreatenedrepresentationforallAmericatoday
.
TheNRPBReportcrowed :
"Stateandinterstateplanningisalustyinfant
. . . butthe
criticaltestwillcomewhenbillsarependinginlegislatures
fortheestablishmentofcontinuingplanningorganizations
. "
Onebyone,theelectedbodiesinAmericahavesuccombedtothe
Planners . Thatisunderstandable,
in theabsenceofpublicprotest
. The
problem is,
thatwhileallthiswasgoingon,thepublichadnoknowledge
ofit,sohowcouldtheybeexpectedtoprotest?(WHYdidn'ttheyhavethat
knowledge?)Thelegislatorsdidnotknowthattherewasaschemeafootto
trapthemintogoingalong . (WHYdidn'ttheyknow?)
Therationaleforcentralplanningseemedlogical,theattractionof
"freemoney"fromWashingtonsogreat,howcouldtheybeexpectedto
resist,absentanycompellingreasontodoso?
Justincasetheydidresist,13 13 waspreparedtoneutralizethat
resistance,throughanyofthemyriad'associations'setup
in
Chicago
.
TheBoardofSupervisorsinElDoradoCounty,California,foundthis
out,whentheimpositionoftheregionalgovernmentatTahoeforcedthemto
searchfortherootoftheproblem
. Amongtheshockingdisclosuresthat
examinationrevealedwasthefactthattheCountywaspayingduestomore
than6013 13 agenciessetinmotionbypreviousBoards,androutinely
approvedbythemselves!Thetwocitiesinthecountywereequallyinvolved
inpayingfortheirowndestruction .
Tounderstandhowdeepthepenetrationwas,thefollowingareafewof
the13 13 bodieswhichwerebeingsupportedwithCountyfunds!
TheStateAssociationsofCounty :
Supervisors,Assessors,DistrictAttorneys,

Clerks,
Counsels,DataProcessors,DataProcessManagers,Planning
V-
1 1
Directors,PublicDefenders,Sheriffs,PeaceOfficersandonand
on .
Supportoftheseorganizationsbypayingduesisnottheonlyproblem
theypresent
. Localgovernmentspayfortransportationforlocalofficials
whoarepaidfromCountyfundstoattendthese13 13 meetings,wherethey
aregiven13 13 'solutions'tolocalproblems,touseintheirofficial
capacities . Itistheseassociationswhichseetotheacceptanceof13 13
schemesatthelocallevel .
Thefactthatlocalelectedofficialsrubberstampthe13 13 programs
doesnotconstituterepresentation . Thisisusurpation .
RecommendedReading
:
"TheRedNetwork"biblio -
acomprehensivelistofChicagoradicalsin
the192 0s,ElizabethDilling,selfpubl
. 193 4
"CityManagerGovernmentintheUnitedStates",HaroldandKathryn
Stone,DonPrice,PAS,Chicago,1940
CONQUESTBYCONSENT -
58 - WhoAreTheExtremists?
"Ifthisprogramproposedbyourso- calledNationalResources
PlanningBoard,wereputintoeffect,itwouldwreckthis
Republic,wipeouttheConstitution,destroyourformof
government,setupatotalitarianregime,eliminateprivate
enterprise,regimentourpeople,andpileontheirbacksaburden
ofexpendituresthatnonationonearthcouldbear
. "
Thesearenotthewordsofsome'right- wingextremist'
. Theyexpress
thereactionofacredentialed'liberal'afterheexaminedacopyofthe
NRPBPlan
in 1943 . JohnRankinevenprefacedhisremarksbystatinghe
foundsomegood
in ThePlan,buthedecrieditstotality
.
Itwas'extremists'oftheleftwhocreatedthisblueprintfor
restructuringAmerica . AsthisPlanbecomestheoperationalgovernmentof
theUnitedStates,itsdevelopersbecomethefoundingfathersofthenew
orderofsociety
. Permittedtocontinue,thissubversionwillfindthe
reputationsoftheAlgerHisses,theDeanAchesons,theMarshalls,the
Trumbos,theFaulks - 'laundered'
. Thedarkdaysoftheiractivismwill
emergeasatimeof'persecution'andtherevisedstandardversionoftheir
roleswillbeallthathistoryrecordsofthem . Topostponethetruthof
participationinthereconstructionistoparticipateinthecover- up
.
FredericDelano,agingmaternaluncleofFDRwasthenominalheadof
theNRPB,buttherecordshowsthatRoosevelt,himself,wasthedominant
figureinitswork
. Hehadfullknowledgeofitspurposeandpotential,
andwaskeptinformedofallitsactivities . Itwashisdelegated
authoritywhichpermittedittofunction . Athiscommand,allExecutive
Departmentheadswerecooperators,andtheyservedathispleasure
.
RooseveltpresentedthelastofficialreportoftheBoardtoCongress
ashisPlanforaPostwarAmerica,andheurgedtoppriorityforit .

Ina
statementinoppositiontothatPlan,CongressmanNoahMasontoldhis
colleaguesthatiftheydidthat,theywouldbeputtingthis"socialistic
scheme"aheadofthewareffort .
ItwasNoahMason'sprobingwhichdisclosedthattheDirectorof
ResearchfortheNRPBwasoneEvelineBurns,recentlyaBritishsubject,
andanactivistintheradicalmovementinEngland
. Sheandherhusbandhad
been"theconduitfortheundergroundrailroadoperatingbetweentheUnited
StatesandGreatBritain,throughtheofficesofFelixFrankfurterand
HaroldLaskioftheLondonSchoolofEconomics
. "(NoahMason,Remarksto
CongressonpassageoftheNRPBPlan) .
TheLondonSchoolofEconomicsistheFabian- foundedBritish
counterpartofChiU . Masonnotedthatithad"specializedinturningoutof
braintwistorswhoareexpertinproducingcalculatedfrustrationonamass
scale,bymeansofplannedconfusiondesignedtoendupinregimented
chaos" . Ifthatisn'tafitdescriptionofthesocialsciencecommunity
here,what
is?
BothDrsBurnswereimportantfiguresinbuildingtheplannedsociety
forBritain,whichcontributedgreatlytothedeclineandfallofthe
BritishEmpire,andapparentlytheywerewillingtodoasmuchforAmerica .
MsDrBurnsbeganherservicetoherhostcountrybyhelpingtowritethe
SocialistPartyPlatformfor193 2 ,whichcalledforthesamekindof
programsshelaterhelpedtoincorporateintotheNRPBproposals
.
OtheracknowledgedcollaboratorsontheNRPBPlanwere :
V-
1 3
ALBERTLEPAUSKY,whosurfacedinthe1960sasanadvisor
ontheTahoeRegionalAreaPlan
;
VICTORJONES,

professorofpoliticalscienceat
UCBerkeley,andadvisortoACIR
;
BEARDSLEYRUML,deviserofpay- as- you- go
withholdingtax
; sometimeexecutive
directoroftheLauraSpelmanRockefeller
MemorialFund ;
A . A .
BERLEJRdevelopedabankingactinthethirties,
strikinglysimilartotheonepassed
recentlybyCongress
;
REXFORDTUGWELL,longtimerevolutionarysocialist(Lusk
Com . Report),andchiefscribe
fortheWorldConstitution
;
PAULPORTER FieldSec . forthe L . I . D
. ,
,
whohadwrittenataxplan
fortheSocialistParty ;
ALVINHANSEN

Harvardprofessor ;
CHARLESMERRIAMDir . AmericanSocietyforCultural
RelationswithRussia,193 4(formedto
breakdownantipathytowardtheSoviet
government) ;
LOUISBROWNLOWorganizerandfirstdirector,Public
AdministrationClearingHouse(PACH),
mastercoordinatorof13 13 associations ;
andanassortmentofsuchleftistfiguresasLOUISWIRTII,
CLARENCEDYKSTRA,LEONHENDERSON,andWILLIAMOGBURN
.
Ofthe2 9paidstaffatthetimeCongresscutofftheNRPBfunds,all
butsevenweretransferredtootherexecutivejobs,someatincreasedpay
levels ; fiveofthesevenwereplacedonotherplanningboards,wherethey
wereinpositiontoaidinthenewphaseofimplementingthePlan . That
newphasewasthecreationofademandforplanningattheStateandlocal
levels .
TIIESEaretherealextremists,notthepatriotswho"havenowishbut
foragoodgovernment"underwhichtheycanliveinpeace,andnothaveto
risktheirjobs,theirreputations
-
eventheirlives - towarnofthis
threatfromwithin .
RecommendedReading :
"OrdealbyPlanning"JohnJewkes,London,1960
"APassionforAnonymity"LouisBrownlow,Universityof
ChicagoPress,1958
V- 1 4
CONQUESTBYCONSENT
-
59 - OURCITIES
- TheirRole
intheNationalEconomy
ThediscreditedNationalResourcesPlanningBoard(akaNational
ResourcesCommittee),conceived,nurturedandsupportedbyagentsofthe
infamous"13 13 "conglomerate,siredtheprogramswhichhavebecomeavery
clearandpresentdangertotherightsofcitizensregarding"acquiring,
possessingandprotecting"privateproperty(rightsguaranteed
in most
StateConstitutions,aswellastheFederalConstitution)
.
The193 7 NRPBReport,requestedbysuch13 13 organizationsasthe
NationalConferenceofMayors,theNationalMunicipalAssociation(now,the
NationalMunicipalLeague),andtheSocietyofPlanningOfficials,
identifiedthecitiesofthisnationastheprimarytargetforbeginning
reconstructionoftheseUnitedStates
. ThatReportdidmuchmorethanthat
-
itofferedpoliciestoachievethegoalofreconstruction,andmade
recommendationsforthestrategiestobeusedindoingso
.
Twentyonepolicies
; twentyonesetsofstrategy .
Therecordisnotclearwhetherthosepoliciesbegantobephysically
implementedbeforeCongresswasaskedtoapprovethem
six
yearslater .
Theymayhavebeenusedjustasguidelines,tofendoffconflicting
activity
. Itis,however,beyondtheshadowofadoubtthattoday's
Plannersarefaithfullyfollowingthat193 7 blueprint
. Presidential
Orders,HUDdirectives,andCongressionalprogramsallembracetheconcepts
embodiedinthatPlan - andsomenotevenimaginedthen
.
ItisabundantlyclearthatthereisanarmyofofficialsinWashington
(andineveryState)whoarewilling -
no,anxious - toexchangethe
libertiesofthecitizens(whopaytheirsalaries)forfederalhandouts,
withwhichtoenhancetheirownpowerandinfluence,evenastheyfortify
thepowerandinfluenceofthecabaloffinancierswhosettheGoal
.
Yousee,theStatesarenotrequiredtocomplywiththosedirectives .
TheninthandtenthamendmentstotheConstitutionmakethatclear . Only
ifelectedofficialswishtocontinuetoswillatthepublictroughmust
theyacceptfederalplanning . AndthePlannersseetoitthattheydo
continuetoacceptthecarrotandthestickofcentralplanning . For40
years,thestandardapproachtowardacceptingfederalfundshasbeen :
"Themoneyisjustlyingthere . Ifwedon'tgetit,someone
elsewill . "
That50- plus- year- oldNRPBReportrevealsasureunderstandingofthe
possibilitiesinvolvedinlocalneeds,aswellasthesourceandintentof
theprogramsitproposed . Thereisnoroomfordoubtaboutthatasthe
Reportcomparesthefreeandindependentcitiesofthiscountry,withthe
controlleddevelopmentofcitiesinEurope :
"TheconceptionofgovernmentinEuropeancountriesled . . . to
greaterconcernonthepartofgovernmentforthewelfareof
individualsandcommunities . "
Yes,butyousee,OURgovernmentwasdifferent . Here,individualsand
communitiesweretostandorfallontheirown . Theyweretoprovidefor
theirownwelfare . Thoseelectedtoserveinthefederalgovermentwereto
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overseethatITfunctionedundertheConstitution,andtoremoveobstacles
whichhinderedproperuseofthelibertiesitprovided
. Itwas"verboten"
forWashingtontoactivelyinterveneinindividualorcommunitydecision
making . .
"ThecitiesofEurope,incontrasttothecitiesofAmerica,
aremuchmorecloselyconnectedwiththenationalgovernment
. "
Yes -
butHEREitwasdifferent
. THOSEgovernmentsinEuropehadno
legalconstraintsseparatingthemfromthecities
. UnderourConstitution,
thedemarcationisclear,andclearlystatedintheninthandtenth
amendments
.
"Thefactthat,ingeneral,Europeancountrieshave
centrallizedgovernmenthasledtotheemergenceofanational
policy . . .
reconcilinglocalneedswiththoseofthenationasa
whole . "
Yes
. ButinAmericatherewasa
Constitution
whichseparatedpowers,
andfrustratedattemptstoset"anationalpolicy"
.
"Throughlargermeasureofsocialcontrol,European
municipalities
. . . havebeenable
. . . tomitigatetheblighting
influencesofrapidgrowth,andoftheunsoundconversionofland
fromoneusetoanother
. "
Soundfamiliar?Itshould,forthePlannershavespentthelasthalf
century'educating'Americanstoyearnforthecontrolovertheirlives,
theregulationoftheirenterprises,theinterdependenceoftheir
relationshipswitheachother-
inshort,for"socialcontrol"
- thevery
triggerwhichpromptedthePilgrimstoleavetheirnativelandsinsearch
ofaplacewheretheycouldcontroltheirowndestiny!
Allacrossthelengthandbreadthofthiscountry,'government'is
reshapingthelivesofAmericanstoconformtothePlan,andthe
reconstructionhingeson"theroleofthecitiesinthenationaleconomy"
.
Thus,inCalifornia(whichdoesnotdifferinanysignificantdegree
fromotherstates)forinstance,thePlannerscanpubliclyrevealthatfor
everyhundredcitizensthere,94liveinexistingurbanareas,whileinthe
samebreaththeydeplore"urbansprawl" . Theycan- anddo -
castigate
thosecitizenswhowishtoescapefromtheasphaltjunglestothepeaceand
quietofthecountryside
. TothePlanners,theseareselfishlyattempting
togetsomethingforthemselvesattheexpenseofsociety
. ThePlanners
chargethatsuchcitizensarepollutingthenaturalbeautyoftheland,
denyingaccessbyotherstoanationaltreasure,threateningtheecological
balance,orcausingfiscalproblems - especiallyiftheywanttouse
'publicutilities'suchaselectricityorphones .
InCalifornia,thePlannershavepointedoutthatonly2
. 5%oftheland
intheStateis"urban"incharacter,and94%ofthecitizensare
concentratedinthesmog- riddencities
- onthatminiscule2 . 5% . They
neverblinkaneyeastheydemandthatthosesmallparcelsoflandinside
cit)boundariesyetundevelopedmustbe"infilled",beforecitizensare
permittedtomigrateto"contiguousland",outsidethecity,evenwhile,
withforkedtongue,theydeplorethecrowdedconditionsinsidethecities
.
Theyexactcontributionsofprivatelandinreturnfortheprivilegeof
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buildingahome,anddemandthatwhatever
isbuilt
mustmeettheir
standards
. Infact,Plannersdonotseemtorecognizethatthereissucha
thingas"privateproperty"
.
ItisofnomomenttothePlannersthatJohnQ
. Citizenwantsto
build
ahomeonthat"contiguous"landbecauseheownsit,andhedoesNOTown
thepieceinthecitywhichmustbe'infilled'
. Privateinvestmentin
propertymeansnothingtothesepresentdaypharoahs,astheyboastof
courtdecisionswhichhavecostprivatecitizensmillionsofdollarsand
untoldheartbreak,and-
amostvaluedpossession
- liberty .
As"thegoodofsociety"beginstotakeprecedenceover
individual
rights,anAmerican'sabilitytoplanthefutureforhimselfandhisfamily
becomesananachronism
. "Profit"isafourletterwordtothePlannersas
appliedtotheindividual
. However,theycanthinkofathousandwaysfor
'government'to'profit'attheexpenseofthecitizen,andnotjust
fiscally
. Thereisnodollarvaluewhichcanbeappliedtothelossof
powerwhichresultsfromtheplanneddiminutionofrightsinproperty
.
The193 7 NRPBPlanforourcitiesmakesitperfectlyclearthatthe
verythingswhichmadetheseUnitedStatesuniqueweretobesystematically
modifiedto"soalterthegovernmentoftheUnitedStates"thatitcouldbe
mergedwithalltheworld,inan
administratively
controlledstructure
"outsidetherealmofpolitics"
.
Thisiswhy,today,Americansarefinallyfacetofacewiththereality
ofthat'impossibledream' .
RecommendedReading
"OurCities - TheirRoleintheNationalEconomy",andother
ReportsfromtheNationalResourcesCommittee - yourlocal
federaldepository
CONQUESTBYCONSENT - 60 -
RecognizingaMenace
"Tome,itistrulyalarmingthatsuchadestructiveforceas
thiscouldgrowtoitspresentsizeandpower,withoutthe
Congressandthecountrybecomingmoreawareofitsdangersthan
itapparently
has . . . "
ItWAStrulyalarmingthattheNationalResourcesPlanningBoardhad
beenpermittedto"workitswill"onthegovernmentoftheUnitedStates
fortenyears,withoutMembersoftheCongressmakingaconnectionbetween
thereportsoftheNewDealprograms,andthesourceoftheprogramsthey
werebeingaskedtoapprove
.
Itwasonlyin1943 ,whentheNRPBpresenteditsblueprintfora
politicallyplannedeconomytothemforapproval,thattheMemberstook
noticeofwhattheBoardhadbeendoing . Whentheydid,even
died- in- the- woolDemocratshaddifficultydefendingit .
Lookingback,itisalmostbeyondbeliefthatCongressshouldsetupa
unitsuchastheNRPB
- evenwiththelimitedpowersitwasoriginally
given -
andthenturnitloosewithnooversightbyanycommitteeofeither
HouseorSenate .
FrederickC . Smith(R . Ohio)madetheaboveremarktohiscolleaguesin
1943 ,asaprefacetoreportinghisfindingsonwhattheNRPBhadbeen
doing,andhowandwhy,duringthosetenyears .
HaditnotbeenforthefactthattheNRPBreleaseditsfinalReport
forapprovalofCongressjustbeforethatbodyreceivedtheexecutive
budgetfor1944,theNRPBmighthavefinisheditsjobwithoutinterference .
Asitwas,whenthefundingoftheBoardcameupforconsideration,andthe
Reportbecameanissue,CongressmanSmithhadfinallydoneastudyofthe
Board,andhadareportofhisowntopresent .
HisstaffhaddoneathoroughresearchintotheBoardandits
activitiessinceitscreationbyCongressintheEconomicStabilizationAct
of193 1(ESA- 3 1) . ThatActresultedfromrecommendationsmadebytheHoover
Administration'sCommissiononUnemployment,"inresponsetotheproblems"
whichfollowedthestockmarketcrashof192 9
.
OneoftheimportantissuesCongressmanSmithuncoveredwashow
legislativebodiesareusedtosupplythenecessarypermissiontoobtain
publicmoniesforprojectswithundisclosedpurposes
. Thestrategyusedto
embedtheNRPBwithintheframeworkofourlawfulgovernmentisimportant,
forthatstrategyhasbeen,andisbeing,usedasacontinuing
revolutionarytool .
Amongotherthings,ESA- 3 1providedappropriationsforaseriesof
publicworks to"gettheeconomymovingagain"
. The"publicworks"
consistedof structures tohousetheproliferationofbureausneededto
planinterventions,forthestatedpurposeofheadingofftheexpected
'depression' . ESA- 3 1calledfora6- yearplanofacquiringsites,
constructingbuildings,andsimilarmatters .
Afterstudyingthestatute,CongressmanSmithstatedcategorically
:
"Thereisnottheremotestpossibilityofreadingintothat
Act any authoritywhatsoever forperformanceofthewholerange
offunctionsthatarenowbeingcarriedoutbytheNational
ResourcesPlanningBoard . Certainly,thereisnothinginthat
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ActwhichgivesthisfederalAgencyANYauthoritytoplananew
socialandeconomicorder,asitsactivitesclearlyindicateit
isundertakingtodo
. "
SomuchforCongressionalconsenttotheNRPBPlan
. Itsimplydidn't
exist
. Weshallseethisstrategyinactionagain,aswelookatthe
creationoftheFederalAdvisoryCommissiononIntergovernmentalRelations,
andattheprocessusedtoobtainamanagementandcontrolsystem .
CongressmanSmith'sreporttohiscolleaguescontainedmanyfactsof
greatimportance today
. CallingtheBoard"aninstrumentalityof
Roosevelt",Smithsaid,"HEreferstoitas'theplanningarmofmy
ExecutiveOffice'
. "
TheCongressmandescribedtheplanningumbrellawhichtheNRPBhad
constructedoverStateandlocalgovernments,andtheregionaloffices
locatedinBoston,Baltimore,Richmond,Va . ,Atlanta,Indianapolis,Omaha,
Denver,PortlandandSanFrancisco,withAlaska(notyetastate)asa
separateplanningunit . Belowthese,andundertheirdirection,werethe
Stateplanningunits,and,underthem,thelocalplanningagencies .
Specialplanningcommitteeshadbeensetupnationwideunderthe
directionoftheDepartmentofAgriculture . Intotal,nearlyahundred
planningcellswereactivelypursuingtherevolutionaryobjectivesin1943
- allwithoutthesanctionofCongress - ortheknowledgeofthecitizens .
. Norwasthatallwhichwasintheworks . HarvardProfessorAlvin
Hansen,a'specialadvisortotheNRPB'was"workingincooperationwith
ChairmanEccles,oftheFederalReserveBoard,onproblemsoffiscal
policy"relatingtoregionaldevelopment
.
Inshort,thiswasaPlan"whichspreadsoverandinvolvesthe
cooperationofpracticallyalloftheagenciesofgovernment",accordingto
CharlesMerriam,inanarticlein1941
. (PublicAdministrationReview,
Vol . 1,#1) .
InmakingourNationover,CongressmanSmithremarked,thePlanners
"plannedto razeourcitiesandconstructthemanew"
.
Whichbringsupsomethingwhichhaspuzzledusforalongtime
. Malls
.
Thequestionofwhatwassoimportantaboutthemthat,almost
simultaneouslyallacrossthecountry,everycityandtownseemedtofind
"malls"necessary . Here,inthis1943 report,istheanswer
. Themalls
werenotimportantinthemselves
. Theywereameansofmovingexisting
businessesoutoftheway,sothePlannerswouldhavefreeaccesstothe
centralcoreofthecities,to"constructthemanew"
.
NowthatstrategyisprovidinganotherbonustothePlanners
. For
'government'totakeoverdowntowndevelopmentthroughurbanrenewalis
costly,andnotcost- effective
. SonowthePlannersaregently - but
firmly -
persuadingthecitizenstodoitforthem
. Outoftherecessesof
oneof13 13 s"lawfactories"hascomea'modellaw'whichhasbeenplaced
inStatestatutebooksbycompliantStatelegislators
. Itallows
activationof"BusinessImprovementAreas",knownasBIAS
.
BIAshavebecomethepreferredmethodof"downtownrenewal",because
theynotonlykeepwell- intentionedcitizenstoobusytoconcernthemselves
aboutlargeraspectsoftherevolution,butthestatelawspassedto
'legalize'suchpoliticalshenanigansencourage'volunteertaxation'
-
businessesinitiatingtaxesonthemselvestoobtainservicesthelawful
governmentcannotprovide,becauseitisspendingthemoneyonsocial
programs
. Fuzzyheadeddecisionsonlandusehaveerodedthelocaltax
base,andpushedthelidoffcityandcountybudgets
. Fundstopayforcore
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projectsareoftennonexistent
.
UsingtheBIAtactic,localbusinessmenandwomenareenticedinto
wantingthe"improvements"enoughto"assess"themselvestopayforthem
.
Wherelocalbusinessesresistthetemptationto"improve"thedowntown
area,changeagentsareavailabletoassistlocalprogressivesinusingthe
mindcontroltechniquesof'thepoliticsofchange'tobringthe
recalcitrantsinline .
ThisiscompatiblewithwhatEleanorRoosevelt,inabooktitled"This
TroubledWorld",called"ourrealandultimateobjective"
-
achangein
humannature,tofitusallintotheplannedfutureworld
. AndtheNRPB
Plancalledforasystemofmanagementandcontrolwhichwoulddoprecisely
that .
AwareoftheimportanceofcominggenerationsincontinuingthePlan,
theNRPBencouragedinvasionoftheschoolstoteachAmerica'schildrenthe
blessingsofbureaucraticplanning
. AlsoencouragedintheNRPBPlanwas
educationin'familylife' -
tohelpthechildrenworkouta"functioning
personalphilosophy"-
whichwasnotatallpersonal,butwasanechoof
thebureaucraticphilosophywhichundergirdsthe"planningidea"
. Nowonder
somanycitizensnow,after40yearsofindoctrinationinthepublic
schools,arejoininginpromotionoftheplanningrevolution!
Fortwelvelongyearsaftergivingitspermissionforconstructionof
publicbuildings,Congressremainedunawarethatits'consent'hadbeen
stretchedtoincluderestructuringoftheentiregamutofsocial,political
andeconomicactivitiesofthe'government'anditspeople .
Twelveyears,duringwhichpowersthepeoplehaddelegatedto
representativesweretransferred,onebyone,totheexecutive,to
bureaucrats,andeventototallyunaccountable"citizens'advisory
committees" .
Itwasthis transferofpower whichmadepossiblethecontinuanceof
the"scientificrevolution"evenafterCongressrepudiatedThePlanand
dissolvedtheNRPB .
ItismorethanpossiblethatsomemembersofCongressknewwhatthe
NRPBwasdoing,andevenassistedit . Somemaywellhavebeenawarethat
thenatureofitsdutieswaschangedbytheExecutivein193 3 . Ifso,their
silencedemonstratedtheirconsent .
ForwhenFDRcreatedtheNationalIndustrialRecoveryAct(laterknown
simplyNRA -
theBlueEagle),andgotitapprovedbyCongress,Harold
Ickes,byasleightofhand,recreatedtheNRPBasanadjunct
of
NRA,but
withawholenewmandate . Amongitsdutiesnowwerepreparationof
"comprehensiveplans"forregionsaswellasstatesandlocalgovernments ;
surveystodeterminepopulation,existinglanduse,industrialsites,
housing,andnaturalresources ; researchintothehabits,trendsandvalues
ofthe"regions"(read,'people') ; coordination,cooperation,and
correlationofFederalprojectswithlocalinitiatives
.
Thereisanexistingrecordofoneofthose"surveys"takingplacein
ElDoradoCounty,Californiain1959,inwhichtheplannersfoundthatthe
horriblepossibilityofproliferatinghousingforcitizensoftheseUnited
StatesthreatenedthenaturalbeautyoftheCounty,anddemandedaplanned
programtocontainthegrowthoftheCountypopulation!
Sobeganactualizationoftherevolution . Itisnotonlyalarming . It
ispatentlyunConstitutional . ItdeniestheChristian/Judaicethic,which
holdsthattheLordgavemandominionovereverylivingthingonearth -
excepthisfellowman
. Itreducestheindividualtoaunitof"resource" .
Onecanimaginetheheadyspiritoftheserevolutionariesas,atpublic
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expenseandwithfullapprovaloftheWhiteHouse,theychargedacrossthe
nationmobilizingtheiragentsinthefield,andstimulatingsympathizers
intoactiontobeginthereconstructionofsociety . Therapiditywith
whichtheywereabletopenetrateStatesandlocalgovernmentswasnot
happenstance . Theacademicsocialscientistshadbeenassiduously
preparingthewayANDtheneededcooperators,andtheywerereadyforthe
Callwhenitcame .
ThatCallwasissuedbytheNRPBinaseriesof17 meetingswithlocal
Plannersatselectedpointsaroundthecountry
. Thatwaswhenthesignal
wasgiven,andbriefingsheldonwaysandmeans .
Canyouimaginetheconsternationofthatarmyofcollaboratorswhen
Congressblewthewhistleontheirheadquarters?
ButthePlannersnevergiveup,andthoseinWashingtonimmediately
pickedupthepieces,andmovedtoPlanB
.
RecommendedReading :
"TheSecretDiariesofHaroldL
. Ickes"3 Vols . ,Heidenfeld& .
Nicholson,England,1955
CONQUESTBYCONSENT
- 61 -
"Dismantling"Bureaucracy
WhenCongressdissolvedtheNationalResourcesPlanningBoard,rejected
itsPlan,andaddeditsstafftotheranksoftheunemployed(however
temporarily),CongressmanSmithremarkedthatheanticipatedfurther
problemswiththeplanningmovement
. Hisconcernwasquicklyjustified
.
TheNRPBstaffwasimmediatelyputbacktowork,aswehaveseen
. Anda
cabalofMembersoftheSenateputtogetherapackageoflegislationto
implementtheNRPBrecommendations,despitethemajorityvoteagainst
them .
That"package"wasnotpassedthen,butovertheyears,onebyone,the
wholeprogramhasbeenputonthebooks,someofitmodified,someineven
moreradicalform,until,today,toallintentandpurpose,theseUnited
Statesandtheirpeopleareundertheadministrativegovernanceproposedby
theNRPB .
In1948thepeopleoftheStateofNewJerseysentoneRobertC
.
Hendrickson(R)totheUnitedStatesSenate
. SenatorHendricksonhadbeen
aNewJerseyStateSenator
. Assuch,hewasinstrumentalinforming,and
wasappointedaMemberof,theveryfirstStateCommissiononInterstate
Cooperation(CIC)inthecountryin193 5
. TheCICsweretheforerunnersof
today'sStateCommissionsonIntergovernmentalRelations(CIRs)
. Onlythe
namewaschanged
.
OneofHendrickson'sfirstactsinWashingtonwastointroduceabill
(S810)tocreateaFederalbodyonIntergovernmentalCooperation
. Hearings
wereheldonitduringthatentiresessionofCongress,butitnevergot
outofCommittee .
ButthePlannersnevergiveup
. ThenextsessionHendricksonentered
thesamebill,revisedandamended,andnownumberedS1946,whichreached
afloorvote,butdidnotpass
. Inthe82 ndCongress,heintroducedit
again(S43 7 ),andseveralsimilarbillswerealsointroducedthatyearby
otherSenators . Allfailedtopass . ThenSenatorHerbertR
. O'Connor(D,
Md)introducedS1146,whichdidpasstheSenateandwassenttotheHouse,
butforsomeundisclosedreasonitwascalledbackbeforeanyactionwas
taken
. Aswehavenoted,thePlannersnevergiveup,amdso,finally,in
the83 rdCongress,in1953 ,anewversionwasintroduced . Thisbill(S
52 6) vas
rewrittentofitthecircumstancesofthattime .
ThosecircumstancesincludedanumberofMemberswhowerethereand
votedagainsttheNRPB,andstillremembereditsproposals . Thefactthat
therehadbeengrowingrestivenessthroughoutthecountryagainstthe
"alphabetsoup"leftinWashingtonbytheNewDeal,wasafactor
. Men
returningfromworldwar2 werefedupwithhavingtotakeorders
. On
theirreturn,theyfoundthattheywerefacedwithstillmoreordersfrom
Uncle,andtheydidn'tlikeit
. Representativeswerebeingsentto
Washingtonwithamandatetogetthiscountrybackoncourse . Sothe
climatewasnotrightforanotherversionoftheNRPB
.
Tomeetthesenewcircumstances,thislatestbillfora
CommissiontoreplacetheNRPBwas"forthepurposeofstudyingandmaking
recommendations"aboutfiscalpolicy ; waysandmeansofeliminating
duplicateandoverlappingservices
; allocationofgovernmentalservicesto
increaseeconomy
; thedevelopment"withintheexistingconstitutional
framework"ofpoliciesandprocedurestoovercomeobstaclestoefficiency .
NowTHISsoundedlikewhatthepeoplebackhomeweredemanding .
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Andso,inthenameofeconomy,efficiencyandeliminatingbureaucracy,
CongressapprovedthereplacementfortheNationalResourcesPlanning
Board,andtheycalledittheAdvisoryCommissiononIntergovernmental
Relations
. ButafunnythinghappenedonthewaytotheGreatSociety
.
ThefirstchairmantobeappointedtotheACIRwasDeanClarence
?union,whobelievedinallthereasonspubliclystatedforcreatingthat
Commission
. liealsobelievedintheConstitutionalRepublic
. Hewasalso
aprofessorofConstitutionallaw
. AformerDemocrat,hebecamean
EisenhowerRepublican,andhadbeenanactivecampaignerforIkeinthe
1952 election
. Heenthusiasticallybegantofulfillthemandateshe
understoodwererequiredforthenewCommission,fromthelanguageinthe
statute
. Forayear,heworkeddiligentlywiththeCommissionMembersand
stafftounscramblethemishmashofpowersanddutieswhichhaddeveloped
duringthe2 0yearsofNewDealactivism . Hewas r
eady . t o presenthis
remediestoCongressinsuchaconvincingReportthattheywouldbe
impelledtoimplementthem
.
ButbeforehecouldpresenthisReport,hewasfired
- ignominiously
removedfromajobhewashiredtodo - becausehedidittoowell
. Dean
Manion,Constitutionallawyer,andteacherofConstitutionallaw,was
preventedfrommakinghisrecommendationsonpoliciesandproceduresto
correcttheproblemsofgovernment"withintheexistingconstitutional
framework",andwasreplacedbyMeyerKestnbaum,clothingmnufacturerfrom
Chicago,andFellowoftheCouncilonForeignRelations
ThatfirstCommissiononIntergovernmentalRelationshasgonedownin
historyasthe"KestnbaumCommission",anditperformedtheservice
expected . Straighteningoutthetwistedlanguageofthebillthatcreated
it,theKestnbaumCommissionfollowedthe intent ofthestatute,insteadof
thestatedrequirements .
Immediately,thepressuresmountedtohavetheCommissionmadea
permanentfixtureinthefederalgovernment . WithelectionofnewMembers
ofCongress,whonotonlyknewnothingoftheyears- longeffortitoavoid
thepitfallsoftheplanningidea,butalsowerelessknowledgeableofthe
Constitutionalissues,theroadaheadwasclear
.
In1959theplannersachievedtheirobjective - apermanentfederal
AdvisoryCommissiononIntergovernmentalRelations,newimprovedversionof
theoldNationalResourcesPlanningBoard
.
Nolongerrequiredtooperatebystealth,theACIRiscarryingonits
workinfullviewofthepublic
. Mannedbyanimpressivelistofelected
federal,stateandlocalofficials,staffedbydedicatedPlanners,ACIR
regularlyissues'reports'whichareavailabletoanyonewhoasks
. Inthose
reportsmayhefoundthegerminationofthe"suggested"legislationwhich
seesthelightfdayintheCouncilofStateGovernments'(CSG)rosteras
recomendationsforstatesandlocalgovernmentstorubberstamp,strategies
forobtaining'consent',andtechniquestoovercomeresistance .
Theassortedgovernors,congresspeople,andstatelegislatorswho
'preside'overACIRmeetings,receivethedictafromthePlanners,and
dispersetosub- meetingswiththeircounterpartsinthe13 13 network,such
astheNationalGovernor'sConference,theCouncilofStateGovernments,
theStateAssociationsofCountiesetal,andprovidethelatestwordfrom
Olympusonthenextstepsintotheplannedeconomy . HavingreceivedThe
Word,thesecollaboratorsthenfilterbackintotheircommunities,and
beginimplementationoftheACIRdirectives .
Whencitizensbegintoelectrepresentativesinsteadofpoliticians,
thedeathknellforACIRwillbesounded
. Untiltheydo,theconquestof
AmericabypitchmenforthePlannerswillcontinue
.
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THEPASTISPROLOGUE
- 62
- AMan'sHome
SamuelCompersisquotedashavingexpressedhisdissatisfactionwith
theadministrationofthegovernmentoftheUnitedStatesbackinthe2 0s,
bysaying,"Theinmatesarerunningtheasylum
. "Judgingbythetalkshows
onradio,theletterstotheeditorinthepress,andcasualconversation
withtheman(pardon,Gloria)inthestreet,thatisnowthegeneral
opinionoftheaverageAmericantoday
.
Theseriousstudentofcurrentevents
-
theircauseandprobableeffect
-
mightwellcometoadifferentconclusion
. For,ifthisbemadness,it
mustbeofthemattoidvariety
-
themadnessofpersonswhoseideasand
aimssimulatethoseoftalent,andevengenius,butmarkedbyradical
absurdities,difficulttofathom
. -
Puttingsomeofthose'absurdities'underthemicroscopeof
common- sensebringsintofocusthegeniuswhichisabletomakeidiocy
acceptabletothe sane
mind .
Takethematterofhousing,forinstance .
Timewas,whenthedreamofahomeofone'sownwasnotanimpossible
dream,inAmerica
. Then,adeterminedyoungcouplecouldfindan
affordablelot,andbuildtheirdream,themselves
. Iknow
. Myhusbandand
Ididjustthat .
Wehadasmall'nestegg'(thankstosaving'warbonds')andavery
sizeabledream
. Wepaidforthelotwiththebonds,and,onthestrength
ofthatequity,purchaseda"prefabricated"house,whichweputtogether
ourselves . (Nevermindthatnonails -
whichwereinshortsupplyafterthe
war - wereincludedinour'package'
. AtriptoSanDiegoandbackfrom
RedondoBeachwherewelivedatthetime,stoppingateveryhardwarestore
ontheway,suppliedenoughtoputthehousetogether!)
Whenthepartswereassembled,aroofoverourheads,alivingroomand
kitchen,twobedroomsandabathwereours - foraboutseventhousand
dollars,includingthelotandthetriptoSanDiego .
Youngpeopletodaycan'tdothat .
Evenifsuchalotcouldbefoundtoday,itwouldcostmorethanthe
averageyoungcoupleshouldspend,andtheywouldn'thavebeenabletosave
enoughtopayforit,anyway
.
Ourlitlehousewouldn'thavehadtheapprovalofa"planning
commission"
. (Fortuitously,therewerenoneinthosedays!)Itdidn'thave
enoughfloorspaceforonething(wethoughtitdid)
. Wemovedinbefore
theinteriorwallswereinstalled,becausetheydidn'tcomewiththe
package,either,andwedidn'thaveenoughmoneythentobuythem
. (The
Plannerswouldn'tletusdothat,today
. )Iusedthefirebreaksbetween
thestudstodisplaymy'treasures',andmissedthem,whenthewallswere
finallyinstalled .
Wedidn'thaveagarage,orevenacarport,andthelotwassonarrow
wehadtoturnthehousesidewaystogetittofit
. Asaresult,thefront
doordidn'tfacethestreet . (Wouldthatbepermittedtoday?)
Afewyearslaterwebuiltanadditiononthebackformyfolks
. There
wasno'zoning'then,tosaywecouldn't,andnoneighborsrantothecity
fatherstoobject .
Therewereotherwaysaswell,foryoungfolkstogettheirdream
house,then . Maybetheoldfolkshadmorepropertythantheyneededor
wanted,astheyleftyouthbehind,andwouldcutoffapiecefortheir
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kids .
Manydidthat .
Butthosewerethehappydays
-
foritwasjustaboutthenthatthe
radicalabsurdities
:
began,and,surprisingly,foundsupportamongthe
generalpopulation
.

Justaboutthen,thePlannersmovedintoOurCity
.
Theirpresencewasnotannounced,butitwasobvious
-
onlywedidnotknow
itthen .
Thefirstanyofusknewtheyweretherewasthenightthecitycouncil
mettodecidethefateofthelittlegreenbus(seeChapter9)
. Looking
backtoday,onehastowonderifthebusissuewasnotdeliberately
provoked,tocausethechaosneededtoprovideaclimateforchange
. For
thatwasalsothenightwhenthefirstdiscussionofa"cityplan"was
held
. Inshortorder,OurCityhada"citymanager",whoquicklyproduceda
Plan,and
a "hearing"washeldtopresentittothecitizens
.
Thecitizenreactionwasmixed
. Disbeliefwasprobablythestrongest
responsefromthosepresent,becausethePlanwassofarremovedfromthe
projectedlayoutofthecitythathadgrownovertheyears
. You couldn't
callthoseearlyprojectionsa"plan"
- theyweresimplylogicalextensions
ofexpectedgrowth,sensiblypreparingforaneedwhichwasalready
visible .
ButwiththisPlan,thewholeareawithintheCityboundarieswasto
bemetamorphosed
.
ThevisionarymapsofareconstructedCityshowedthatthesecondhigh
schoolplannedforNorthCityhad,asifbymagic,becomeapublicpark .
Thathighschoolhadbeendeemednecessarybecausethatareawasmostly
undeveloped,andthelandwasdirtcheap . Thethinkingwasthatveteransof
worldwar2 ,onlythenreturningfromtheiryearsofsacrificeforthe
preservationofliberty,wouldbethemostlikelycandidatesforhomes
there,andtheschoolwastoaccommodatetheirchildren,sotheCity
Fathershadwiselypurchasedthepropertytohavewhenneeded .
Aroundtheexistinghighschoolstoodsubstantialhomes - silent
witnessestothecompetenceofthosewhohadpioneeredtheCity . Onthe
Plan,thoseweregone . Intheirplace,additionstotheoldhighschool
spreadoutlikeauniversitycampus .
CityHail(wherethismeetingwasheld),alovelyrelicofapastera,
wasmissingfromthemap . Itwasreplacedbya"governmentcenter",which
wasshowninanareathenoccupiedbyhundredsofsmallhomes .
Theheartofthebusinessdistrict,situatedatthewaterfront,became
autopiandreamof
a
marina -
thebusinessesmiraculouslyremovedto
outlyingareasoftheCity,wheresmallclumpsofstoresweresurroundedby
hugeparkinglots .
Someoneaskedwhatthereasonwasforallthistransformation
. The
answerwasalmostmechanical
: "Wemusthaveplanning . "WHY?thecitizens
wantedtoknow
. "Youdon'twantapigfarmnexttoyou,doyou?"wasthe
response . Well,ofcoursenoonedid
. Butnonehadbeenproposed,either
.
Howitwouldhappenthatapigfarmmightbesetdowninthemiddleofan
establishedcitywasneverexplained .
Theyearwas1948
. Despitestrongoppositionfromthemajority
citizens,despitegrowingfearsaboutwhatwouldresultfromallthis
planning,despiteanattemptedrecallofthreeofthemembersoftheCity
Council(which,sadly,wasunsuccessfulbyaslimmargin),thePlan
seeminglybegantotakeonalifeofitsown,andTheCitywasneverthe
same .
AboutThanksgivingtime,itsuddenlybecame'necessary'toputnew
sewersinthedowntownarea
. MainStreetwasblockedoff,andmerchants
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whohadalreadyput in
theirstocksforChristmas,foundthemselves
isolatedfromtheircustomers,whohadtoparkoutsidethebusiness
districttodotheirChristmasshopping
. Itwasalongwaytowalk,
especiallygoingbackuphillwitharmsfullofpackages,andmanyoftheir
regularcustomersfounditmorecovenienttoshopatstoreselsewhere,

'"WO,
whichhadparkingcloseby
.
SeveralmerchantsclosedtheirdoorsaftertheHolidays,andnever
openedthemagain
. Someofthebusinessesmovedtotheplanned"shopping
centers" .
Awaitingthe,pleasureofCongressand"federalfunds",itwas2 0years
beforethe'marina'becameareality
. Bythen,mostofthedowntownstores
stoodempty,orwereoccupiedbyfortune
tellers,
shadypromotional
entrepreneurs,tealeafreaders,andsimilarenterprises
.
AndgrassgrewinthesidewalkcracksonMainStreet .
(TherestofthatstorycametopassjustbeforetheFourthofJuly,
1988 . TheeveningTVnewshaddramaticpicturesofthatmarinagoingupin
flamesandsmoke . Itwasreportedcompletelydestroyed
. Somuchfor
Planners'plans!)
Thehomesaroundtheoldhighschool(grandrelicsofahappierpast,
withtheirbeveledglasswindowsanddoorlights,beautifullyplanted
yards,andhugegracefuloldtrees),andthoselittlehomesinthewayof
the"governmentcenter"werecondemnedanddemolished .
Gradually,theformerownersdisappearedfromtheirusualhaunts
. So
manyofthesewereoldfolks,whohadlivedtherealltheirproductive
lives,closebyschoolsandshopping . Mosthadpaidofftheirmortgages,
andwerelookingforwardtotheir'goldenyears',withonlytaxestoworry
about
. Itwasnotpossibleforthemtofindhousingtheycouldaffordfor
anythingnearwhatthegovernmentpaidfortheirhomes
. Somewenttolive
withtheirchildren,disruptingtwofamilies'lives
. Somefound
apartments,andsomejustupanddiedofbrokenhearts,frustration,or
sheerangeratbeingputoutoftheir"own"property
.
ThiswasthebeginningofaneweraforCalifornia -
andtherestof
theworld,thoughfewknewitthen .
ThiswastheactivationoftheNRPBPlandevelopedduringtheRoosevelt
era .
Resistancewasminimal,becauseofthelackofknowledgeaboutwhatwas
beingdone
. Thecitizensinoneareadidnotknowthatwhatwasgoingon
therewasbeingrepeatedalloverthecountry
. TheresistancethePlanners
met in
thepilotareaswasusedbythemasalesson,togaincontrolin
otherareas .
Therewasagrowingacceptanceofthe"planningidea"
. Therewasa
growingbodyofopinionwhichwasreceptiveto'government'takingcontrol
ofsuchmatters
. Therewasagrowingbeliefthatnoonecould'live'ina
oneroomhouse -
unlessithadbeentherelikeforever . Whytheolder
one- roomcouldbeallowedandtheotherproposedstructurenot,wasnever
explained
. Toaninnocent,itseemeditshouldbetheotherwayaround
. A
newone- roomhousewouldsurelybebetterthananoldone!
EvenaoneBEDroomhousewasnottobecountenanced,unlessithadan
arbitrarysquarefootage
. Nowtherehadtobesomanywindowsperroom ;
thedoorshadtobeaminimumheight,andtheceilings,too
. Thentherooms
hadtobesobig
; thebedroomcouldn'topenoffthekitchen ; therafters
hadtobesofarapart
; therehadtobesomuchyardareatosomuchhouse ;
sofarbackfromthestreet,sofarawayfromthelotline
; andsoonandon
andon
.
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Allthesethingsaddedtothecostofahouse,andtheAmericandream
movedthatmuchfurtherfromrealityforyoungpeoplejuststartinglife
.
Thencamethepressuresfor"urbanrenewal"and"modernizingthe
cities" . Littlehousesfromthepastwereinthepathofthebulldozers
everywhere - nomatterthattheywerealltheoccupantscouldafford ; no
matterthattherewasnoplaceforthosewholivedinthemtogo . Alrady
planningandzoninghaddriedupmostoftheopportunityforreplacement .
Theinevitableresultofalltheseinterventionsintheuseofprivate
propertyhasnowbecomeamuchlargerproblem - nohomesfortheyoung
folksjuststartingoutinlife ;
no
placefortheoldsterstogo,whenthe
childrenmoveaway,andtheirhomesbecometoolargeforthem ; the
emergenceofthe"streetpeople",withthealsoinevitable'necessity'for
'government'to'solve'theseproblems .
Thelistofradicalabsurditieshasgrownexponentially
. Witheachone
accepted,newridiculositiesareconcocted
. Theyaremadetoseemso
practical- no, desirable -
thatitwouldbeconsideredquixotictooppose
them
. Itwasallforourowngood,youknow .
Well,today,thebirdshavecomehometoroost
. Thewaythingsare
going,thebirdsmaywellbetheonlycreatureswithahometocometo
.
Ihavenoideawhatthatfirsthomeofourswouldbringonthemarket
today
. I'veheardthatthe"veteran'shousing"whichwasbuiltacrossthe
streetfromusayearorsolater(whichsoldnewforfour,five,andsix
thousanddollars),wassellingintheneighborhoodofseventythousand
dollarsseveralyearsago
. That'saniceneighborhood,ifyoucanafford
it
. Certainlywewholivedthereafterthewarcouldn'thave
.
CentrallizedplanninghastodayallbutreplacedthehistoricAmerican
methodofindividualplanning,whichisbasictothelibertiesprovidedby
ourlawfulgovernment
. Allowedtocontinuetoitsfullpotential,
'government'planningwill
- must -
usurpallinitiativeforplanningby
thecitizens .
Notjustforproperty,butforthewholeoftheirlives
.
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HowtoSubvert
aRepresentativeGovernmentwiththeConsentoftheCitizens
.
Theprocesswehaveshown
in
thelastchapter is
aclearexampleofa
strategywehavefoundusedrepeatedlyinthisrevolution
.
Sometimesitseemsthatthesemattoidsnevermakemistakes
. Notso
. It
canbeverydiscouragingwhenattemptsaremadetostoptheiradvances,
whichneverseemtosucceed,buttherehavebeenmanytimeswhentheyhave
madeill- advisedmoves,orhavemisjudgedthestrengthofaredoubt
.
Severalfactorsenterintotheappearancetheyhaveof
'invincibility' .
Perhapstheirbasicstrongpointisthat,fromthebeginning,theyhave
knowntheywereatwar,andtheirtargetsdidnot
. Anotherpointworking
forthemisthattheyhavecarefullyplannedtheirgoalsandobjectives,
andeverymovetheymakesupportstheirpurposes
. Theopposition,in
contrast,hasbeenforcedtoresistratherthantaketheoffensive
. Not
realizingthataplannedassaultwasbeingmade,theyhaverespondedto
suchassaultswithoutacoordinatedplan,takingeachnewforayasit
came .
Ofgreatimportance,now,arethefactsthat,one,theassaulthasgone
sofarthatthebattleisbeingwagedtodayfrompositionsofpowerwithin
thegovernment,and,two,isbeingfinancedwithpublicfunds
.
Whentherevolutionariesmakeill- advisedmoves,theysimplytakea
stepback,regroup,andmoveforwardonanalternateroute
. Thishasbeen
arepetitivestrategy
. ItwasusedinmeetingthesolidoppositiontoThe
SysteminCalifornia,whena"replacement"wasprovidedforthePPBSwhich
was,infact,thesameSystemdisguisedasan"alternative" . Thisisknown
as"onE: stepback,twostepsforward" . Whenanyadvancerousesopposition
strongenoughthatitthreatenstobecomeapoliticalliability,a
semblanceofwithdrawalismanufactured,andthetargettedmoveisplaced
undercamouflage . Whenthefireitcausedisextinguished,itisput
forwardagain,usuallyunderanewidentity,andisbackonline .
ThisisamajorstrategyindenyingthecitizensoftheUnitedStates
theabilitytodefendtheirrightofself- determination
. Itincludesan
apparentconsent,for,althoughthereismassiveresistancewhenthese
movesarefirstmade,whentheyarepulledbackandtakenthroughona
differenttacktheyusuallybecomefaitaccompliwithoutthecitizens
knowingitwasdone . Ergo,nodissent . Nodissent=consent . Selah .
Thisstrategywasusedagain,whentherecreatedFRCswererenamed
COGs,anddroppedbackovertheStatesandlocalgovernments .
Toexaminethenextstepforwardinthestudyof"howtosubvert a
representativegovernmentwiththeconsentofthegoverned",wemovetothe
StateofWashington .
Whenthen- GovernorDanEvansissuedanExecutiveOrderon6August,
197 9,dividingWashingtonStateintothirteensubstatedistricts,hewas
notactingonhisown(althoughfromnewsaccounts,onewouldthinkso) .
PreparationsforthatOrderhadbeenmadelongbefore,andonly
incidentallyinWashingtonState . Asamatteroffact,apparentlyin
anticipationoftheNixonEO11647 ,thepreliminarieshadbeenongoingin
everystateforsometime . EvanshimselfhadjoinedwithGovernorsof
sevenotherStatesin197 8to"discusswaysandmeanstocreateand
coordinatesubstateredistricting"(newsclip) . ALLofthe50Stateswere
beingsodistricted,andthatlongbeforethepublicortheirelected
representativeswereinformedofit .
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Inmostcases,substateredistrictinghadbeensuccessfullykeptlow
key,whilethe"supportiverelationships"werebeingformed
. Whenthetime
wasripe,thecharismaticgovernorofCalifornia,whoservedontheACIR,
wasgiventhedubioushonorofmakingpublicthecomingengagement
.
"Ihaveadream,"RonaldReaganechoedanothercharismaticleaderin
hisannouncement :
"Ihaveadream . .
. ofgovernmentreformthatwillmake
possibleefficiencyandeconomyingovernmentatalevelnever
beforerealized
. "
ThatdreamwasofalevelofgovernancenotpermittedbytheUnited
StatesConstitution .
ForReagan's"dream"wasnothis . Althoughhemadeapointinhis
announcementthatitwasnot'theimpossibledream',helied . Itwas,and
theparticularreformheenvisionedinthisdreamwas
- substate
redistricting . Substateredistrictingisaeuphemismforregionalizing .
Reagan'sdreamwasthesamedreamdisclosedbyRockefeller'sGeneral
EducationBoard,inits"OccasionalPaperNumberOne",promotedbythe
NRPB,andbyJohnCHoulihanwhenhecalledforamergingofcitiesand
countiesbackin1965 .
WhenthemediareportedReagan's"dream",therewasimmediateand
massiveoppositioninCalifornia,bothofficialandunofficial
. Yousee,
thepeopleofthepilotstateforregionalexperimentationalreadyhad
experiencedthreesuchlevelsofgovernance,andafourthwasthenbeing
foughtbitterly
. Thosefourareasencompassedthegreatmajority of the
citizensofthatState,andtherewasstrongresistancetoanyfurtherr
depredationsofthatnature .
InWashingtonState,underDanEvans'EO,theStatewasarbitrarily
dividedintothirteensubstatedistricts,withnopriornotice
. Therewas
immediatereactiontheretoo,butmainlyfromtheelectedCounty
Commissioners
. Theissuewaskeptsolowkeythatfewcitizenswereeven
awareofthemove,andthosewhoweredidnothavethebitterexperience
Californianshadhadforcomparison
. ButtheCommissionersinWashington
recognizedthethreatthosedistrictsheldforthemandtheirOffice,and,
almosttoaman,theybackedtheirconcernwithamandatedrejection
- and
theyused13 13 sownWashingtonAssociationofCountyCommissioners1tosend
themessage!
TheythoughttheyhadachievedtheirobjectivewhentheFRCswere
dissolved
. TheyconsideredtheCouncilsadeadissueandreturnedto
businessasusualWhenthedusthadsettled,theylearnedaboutEO12 3 7 2 ,
whichmandatedtheStatestocreateCouncilsofGovernment
. Therewasnot
muchconcernamongthemabouttheCOGS,becausethatOrderdidnotdisclose
thehiddenagenda,itallowedtheCommissionerstodeterminetheboundaries
oftheCOGs,andtheywereledtobelievethattheCOGscouldbeusedby
theCountiesornot,astheychose
.
TheexistenceoftheCOGswasSOlowkeythatittooksevenphonecalls
tovariousofficesinOlympiatoelicittheinformationthateventhe
DepartmenttherewhichdesignedthenewsubstateDistrictsfortheCounties
reporteditwasnotawarethattheystillexisted
. Theonlysourcewhich
providedanysubstantiveinformationwastheofficeofthePugetSoundCOG,
whichisalsotheonlygunghoCOGintheState!
InmostoftheCounties,theCOGs- havebeenallowedtorestquietly,
timebombstickingawayuntiltheywouldbeneeded .
That"need"cametoSanJuanCountyin1987
.
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CONQUESTBYCONSENT
- 64-
EstablishingIntergovernmentalRelations
The2 0thofJuly,197 9willgointothehistorybooksasthedayof
JamesEarlCarter's"CabinetMassacre"
. OnthatdayJimmyplayedmusical
chairswihhis"carefullyselected"andpresidentially- proclaimed"bestmen
forthejob"appointees
. ThePresshadafielddayreportingaboutthat,
before,duringandafterthefact
.
OnthatsamedayafarmoreimportantofficialactofJimmyCarter's
tookplace,whichtothebestofmyknowledgereceivedabsolutelynonotice
bythatsamePress .
TheacceptanceoftheresignationsJimmycalledforwasdulynotedin
theFederalRegisterasrequiredbylaw
. Heed,now,whatelsewasinthe
Registerforthatday,whichThePressignored
. Bytheauthoritywhich
Jimmyaverredwasvestedinhim"bytheConstitutionandstatutesofthe
UnitedStates",ExecutiveOrder±11647 wasrevoked
.
SomemaywellwonderwhatEO11647 wasabout
. Forthosewhodonot
know,EO11647 dividedthisnationinto10'regions'superimposedoverthe
States
. ItplaceddulyelectedofficialsunderanumbrellaofFederal
RegionalCouncils(FRCs)mannedbyappointeddevoteesof13 13 ,which,in
turn,wereresponsibletoanappointedfederalregional"czar"in
Washington
. ThisEOwasissuedundertheauthorityvestedinRichard
MilhausNixon"bytheConstitutionandstatutesoftheUnitedStates"
.
ByastrokeofNixon'spenthesovereignStatesofthisnationbecame
wardsofthefederalgovernment,theirelectedofficialsminionsof,and
supplicantsto,anappointedbureaucracy . Thustheimpossibledreamofthe
Elitistswhohadlaboredmightilytoachievethiscoups,wasmovedone
giantstepnearertofinalization
. TheGoalofoneworldofamalgamated
nationsandpeoplesdemandstheobjectiveofanAmericawithamore
manageablestructurethan50sovereignStatespoliticallyoperatingunder
electedofficialswhomustanswertothosewhoelectthem .
SorevocationofNixon'sEOwhichhadtransferredtheelective
authoritytobureaucratsshouldhavebeenworthnoting
. However,any
positivereactionwhichmighthaveresultedfromthatinformationwould
havebeenshortlived,forJimmythenexecutedEO12 149toreplace11647
" . . . inordertoprovideastructureforinteragencyand
intergovernmentalcooperation . . . "
ThuswasestabishedthenewrevisedstandardversionoftheFederal
RegionalCouncils
.
Why,then,thecharadeoftakeaway,iftherewasareplacementready?
TheanswertothatisthatNixon'sFRCshadreceivedmassiveadverse
reaction
; Jimmy'sFRCsweredesignedtorelievethatpressure,although
theynowprovidedfortheveryfirsttime,a totalstructure for
intergovernmentalcooperation . Areplacementwouldbelessapttobe
subjecttoscrutinythanwouldmodifications,whichwouldinvite
comparison .
AsVictorJones(sometimecollaboratorontheNationalResources
PlanningBoard)toldtheACIRattheirhearingonsubstateredistrictingin
SanFranciscoin197 3 :
V-
3 0
"Onlyaftertheorganizationhasjelled,andsupportive
relationshipshavebeenestablished,isitsafetoleavethehard
issuesofphysicalplanning,forthesoftshouldersofsocial
policy . "
By197 9,theissuesofphysicalplanningwereallbutcomplete,andE0
±12 149providedthesupportiverelationshipstopermitsocialplanningto
begin
. AmechanismwasprovidedinE012 149toensurethattheelected
minionsintheonce- sovereignStateswouldcarryouttheprescribedfederal
programs .
Aspecialmethodwasprovidedin12 149forattentionto"tribal,
regionalandlocalconcerns"(andnotewhichislast) .
Jimmy'sRegionalCouncilshadamuchbroaderbasethanNixon's
. In
additiontohirelingsfromthevariousCabinetdepartments(withspecial
dutiesfortheOfficeofManagementandBudget),Jimmy'sEOincluded
ecologicalspecialists,environmentaladvocates,businesspeople,
minoritiesandplannersofallkindsasmembersoftheCouncils
. The01IB
wastoestablishpolicy,providedirection,andoverseetheactionsofthe
Councils .
Softshoulders,indeed!Morelikesoftinthehead . Jimmyjumpedthe
gunonthisone,forhisFRCswereintendedtobeinresponsetopassageof
thePublicWorks and EconomicDevelopmentActof197 9,whichhadrunintoa
snagnamedAlSimpson,andwasstillincommitteeinCongress . Sohis
CouncilswerewithoutCongressionalauthority .
ButmoretroublewasaheadfortheFRCs,when,withthefinalversion
ofthePWEDA'7 9,theymovedouttochangethefaceofAmerica . Thebroader
baseandnewstringencieswhichhadbeenaddedraisedthelevelof
visibilityoftheFRCs,andelectedofficialsandcitizensalikeoncemore
becamealarmedatthe -
problemscausedbytheFRCsastheywentintoaction .
SeveralStatesbeganto look
intothesituationofficially,butonly
Illinoisfollowedthroughwithafulljointlegislativeinvestigation,
chairedbySenatorGeorgeRayHudson .
WhentheIllinoishearingswerecompleted,theJointCommitteeissueda
reportwhichconcludedthat :

thereisasubstantialbodyofevidencewhichindicatesthat
theFederalGovernmentisencroachingonthetraditionalrights,
powers,anddutiesoftheStatesandoflocalunitsof
government ;

thisintrusionbytheFederalGovernmenthasnotbeen
accidental,butispartofadeliberatepolicytoincrease
federalpowerattheexpenseoftheStatesandlocal
governments ;

theregionaltrendisbutoneaspectoffederalinvolvement
inStateandlocalmatters
;

theFederalGovernmentisusingpublicmonies,laws,
programs,requirementsandregulationstoalterthestructureof
localandStategovernments
;

theFederalRegionalCouncilsareathreattothe
sovereigntyofthefiftyStates,andconstituteanewstructure
V- 3
1
whichprovidesforthemergerofthefiftyStatesintoten
regionalunitsofgovernance
.
TheIllinoisReportalsopointedoutthat,priortothepushfor
regionalizing,therewerelessthan100federalaidprograms(atacostof
lessthan2
. 2 billiondollarsannually),andthatatthetimeofthose
hearings,thenumberofaidprogramshadzoomedtomorethanathousand(at
theastronomicalcostofmorethan85billionperyear!)
. Thisincrease,
accordingtotheJointCommittee,wasduetotheenlargedfederaldominance
in
Stateandlocalaffairs .
TheReportconcludedwitharecommendationthattheStateofIllinois
shouldcreateapermanentLegislativeCommitteeonStateSovereignty,which
wouldbeassignedthedutiesofinvestigatingsuchFederalintrusions,and
makingrecommendationstotheStateLegislatureonwaysofguardingthe
sovereignrights,powersanddutiesoftheState
. Italsorecommendedthat .
theIllinoisdelegationtothefederalCongressshouldintroduce
legislationtoabolishtheFRCs
. (Neitheroftheserecommendationswas
implemented . )
ThatReport,andcitizenandofficialconcernsthroughouttheStates
sparkedanantagonismtotheFRCswhichculminatedinaReagan
administration'sstrategytotaketheheatofftheCouncilsinparticular,
andtheregionalmovementingeneral . InhisEO±12 407 Reaganrescinded
theE0whichrecreatedtheFRCs in 197 9,justasJimmyCarterdidwithEO
11647 .
In12 407 ,Reaganpointedoutthathewasmerely"eliminatinga
mechanism . . . whichwasnolongerneeded" . Butthatdidnotmeanthatthe
FRCSystemnolongerexisted
. Fartoomuchhungoncontinuanceofthe
structure,andfartoomuchtime,energy,moneyandplanningwereinvolved
insettingupthesystem,tovoluntarilydissolveitnow . ANDitwasan
essentialcogintherevolutionaryplan
.
No!ReadReagan'sstatementagain . liewasmerely"eliminatinga
mechanism" whichwasnolongerneeded . ThemechanismoftheFRCswasno
longerneeded - had, in fact,becomealiability
. WhatReagandidNOT
reportwasthatinanticipationoftheneedtoquiettheclamoragainstthe
FRCsbyeliminatingthis"mechanism",hehadissuedE0#12 3 7 2 theyear
before,creatinganother"mechanism"tokeepallthefunctionsoftheFRCs
withoutthestigmawhichtheyhadaccrued . Allowingayeartoputthisnew
"mechanism" in placewithouthavingtodealwithoppositionwasundoubtedly
planned .
Thenew"mechanism"wastobeknownas"CouncilsofGovernment" . They
weretobeformedvoluntarilybytheStates(underpenalty)andwould
developotherchannelstoreceivefederaldirectives,underpenaltyofloss
offederalfunds .
Thisstrategyshowshowyoucanhaveyourcakeandeatittoo! Italso
clearlyshowsoneoftheprocesseswhichareamenabletoeffective
resistance .
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GroupDynamics
AsaSubversiveProcess
DrivingeastfromSacramento,CaliforniaonHighway50,alargesign
greetedthetraveler on
theroadtoNevada,whichread,"Welcometo
BeautifulSouthLakeTahoe,whereFreedomEnds,andDictatorshipBegins"
.
Apparentlyplacedtherebycitizensofthearea,thesignwasaninsistent
reminderoftheunrelentingattackontheConstitutionalgovernmentof
theseUnitedStates .
TheoverlaygovernmentatTahoewasimposedbygovernmentedict,with
thecomplicityofspecialinterestgroups,thelegislaturesofCalifornia
andNevada,theOfficesoftheGovernorsofbothStates,theUnitedStates
Congress,andtheResidentoftheWhiteHouse
. TheTahoeRegionalArea
Plan(knownbyitsacronym,TRAP,untilitsprogenitorsrealizedthetool
theyhadgiventoopponents,whenitwaschangedtoTahoeRegionalPlan
Area -
TRPA!)wascreatedbyalongtermeffort,operatingthroughlegal
channels .
TRAPwasabout10yearsinthemaking,beforetheoutlineofthePlan
becamegenerallyrecognized . Onceithadbeen,itwasmetwithstrong
resistancefromboththecitizensandthelocalofficials,butits
developmentcontinueddespitethatfact,untiltoday,bycourtedict,the
protectionsoftheConstitutionsofneitherStatenorFederalgovernments
anylongerapplytothatarea
.
MuchhasbeenmadeofthefactthattheTRAPhadbeencreatedthrough
legitimateavenues - eventhoughitwasdoneagainstthewillofthe
citizensandthelocalofficials .
DuringtheBicentennialyearoftheDeclarationofIndependence,a
movementbegantoobtainasimilardistinctionfortherestofElDorado
County,buttobypassthelegalchannels
. Thistime,itwasplannedto
obtaindirectconsentfromthecitizens,bymeansofastrategyknownas
"groupdynamics" .
InAugustof197 6,representativesofaChicago- basedgroupcontacted
officialsinthelocalbranchoftheBankofAmerica,toobtainsponsorship
foraseriesof"townmeetings"tobeheldinElDorado
. Itwasn't
surprisingthattheyweresuccessful,sincetheBankofAmericahadbeena
primesponsoroftheparentorganization,theInstituteforCultural
Affairs(ICA) .
ICA'smainthrustiscreationofa"newman",whowillchangethe
originalgoalsofthisnation,topermititsintegrationinaworldwide
socialorder
. And so,
on18June,197 7 ,afirststepwastakentoleadthe
restofElDoradointothesamekindofcontrolsasthoseoverTahoe,only
thistime,theyweretobeself- imposed,bythecitizens
.
Aslickbrochurewashandedtoeachoftheparticipantsinthe"town
meeting"astheyarrived
. Itshowedacopyofa"socialprocesschart",on
whichallhumanconcernsfitintolittleboxes,asaresultofcommunal
decision
. Aroundtheroom,therewerelargeeasels,withpadsofbrown
wrappingpaperstandingonthem
. Themeetingopenedwithanannouncement
ofanalready- determinedpurpose,andaschedulefor'discussion' .
Thoseattendingweretodivideintosmallgroups,eachwitha'leader'
.
Eachgroupwastodiscussoneofasetofprojects,whiletheleaderwrote
downallsuggestionsonthebrownpaper,inlargeletters,soallcould
see
. Afteradeterminedperiod,eachcirclewastomovetothenext,and
V-
3 3
takeupthesubjectdiscussed
in
it,addinganynewsuggestions
. Thiswas
toberepeated,untileveryonehadparticipatedineachcircle
.
Atthatpoint,thegroupswerereunitedasawhole,andtheresultsof
thecirclesuggestionswerereadtothem
. Thoseresultsthenbecamethe
basisforfuture'townmeetings'
.
Thecomparativehandfulofcitizenswhoattendedthat'townmeeting'
surelydidnotexpressthedesiresofthemajorityinthatcounty,asthey
optedformoreandmorecontrolsovertheirlives,underthedirectionof
the'facilitators'(asthegroupleadersarecalled)
.
Theonesuggestedconcernthat
electedrepresentatives
shouldbemaking
suchdecisions,waspassedoverasthoughitwasnevermade
.
Canitlegitimatelybesuggestedas'causeandeffect',thattherest
ofElDoradoCountyisnowundermostofthesamestringentcontrolswhich
promptederectionofthatsign?
On2 5May,1988,thebusinesscommunityofEastsound,onOrcasIsland,
inSanJuanCounty,WashingtonState,answeredacalltoameetingatthe
OrcasCenterbuilding,"topursuethefeasibilityofestablishinga
BusinessImprovementArea,ataxdistrict,forEastsound
. . . ",accordingto
anannouncementinalocalpaper
.
WhenthecitizenswhoansweredthatCallarrivedattheCenter,they
weregivenashortprogressreportontheorganizingactivityofagroup
desiringtocreatethe"BusinessImprovementArea"(BIA)
.
A"communityplanner"fromSeattle'sKingCountywasintroduced,and
theimplicationwasthatthisPlannerwouldbe(ifshewasn'talready)the
resourcepersonforthecreationoftheBIA
. Nomentionwasmadeofthe
costofherservices,orevenwhyalocalvolunteergroupwouldfeelthe
needforthem
.
Thenthefacilitatorsofthethreealreadycreatedcommitteeswere
introduced,andgavereportsontheirseparatedeliberations,conductedat
interimmeetingsofparticipantsinthedecision- makingmeeting,afterthe
determinationbythatoriginalgroupto"pursueaBIA" .
Afterthereportsofthefacilitators,theassemblageattheCenter
wasaskedtoforminthreeequalgroupstodiscussthreepredetermined
objectives- one, structure ;
one,budget ; andone,revenue - eachbeingled
bythethreelocal
. citizenswhohadbeenchosenpreviouslytoheadthe
committees
- oneofwhomwasCEOofalocalbank
.
Therewerewoodeneaselsforeachgroup,holdinglargesheetsofbrown
paperreadytorecordthesuggestionsfromeachcircle .
Afteraspecified
time,eachcirclewastomoveuptothenext,andrepeatthediscussion,
andaddtothewrappingpaperrecord,andetc
. andetc .
Whatwasgoingon,inboththesecases,wasanexerciseingroup
dynamics . Groupdynamicsisa"scientificmethod"forbringingabout
'consensus'inanotherwisediversegatheringofpeople,withoutthe
knowledgeoftheparticipantsofwhatwasreallybeingdone
.
"Groupdynamics"wasastrategydevisedbyaRumanianimmigrantwho
cametoAmericaintheearly192 0s
. Althoughhedidnotbecomeacitizen
oftheUnitedStatesuntil193 5,hewaspermittedtoperformhis
experimentsinapublicschoolwhilestillanalien
.
J . L
. Morenoandhisworkhavebeenwidelycitedinprofessional
journals,andhistechniquesstronglypromotedbyeducationistsand'social
scientists'
. His'groupdynamics'wasthefirstroundedsystemof
behavioralmodificationusedonagrandscale,anditisstillinuse
today,asthetwoexamplescitedheredemonstrate . Moreno'soriginal
strategywascalled"sociometry",andgroupdynamicsisbasedon
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sociometricprinciples .
Inhisbook"WhoShallSurvive?"tlorenodescribedhisworkas"a
creativerevolution"andclaimeditcouldbeusedfor"indoctrinationof
anysetofvalues -
religious,communistic,orfascistic
- " Fromhis
originalpremisestemsuchlaterstrategiesas"sensitivitytraining".
and
Delphi,aswellasgroupdynamics
.
WhileMorenoacknowledgedadebttoKarl Marxin
developmentof
sociometry,heneverapparentlymentionedPavlov,towhomhisdebtwasfar
larger
. Advocatesofhisstrategieswouldpreferthatnoconnection
betweenthesethreeberecognized
- forobviousreasons
.
Inatextbookwrittenforprospectiveteachersofpublicschools
. ,the
purposeofMoreno'ssystemisbaldlystated :
" . . .
theeducationalpsychodramaisconcernedwiththecontrol
anddirectionof
normalbehavior
towards
desiredgoals . . . itisa
groupprocess,bywhich
weseektomodifyexistingbehavior
. . . "*
(emphasisadded)
Otherofficialsourcesmakeitclearthatthereasonformodifying
behavioristoshapethefuturebymoldingthemind
- particularlythe
mindsofchildren
.
OnemantowhomMorenogavetopcreditforthesuccessofhis
strategieswasDr
. WilliamAlansonWhite("father"ofthe"mentalhealh"
movement)
. ItwasatamemorialserviceforWhitethatG . B
. Chisholmmade
hishistoricremarksonchildtrainingandmentalhealth,concerning
" . . . the
poisonouscertaintiesfedusbyourparents",suchasconceptsof
rightandwrong,andthe"moralchains"suchideasplaceonpeople
.
Itisevidenttodaythataverylargesegmentofourpopulationhave1)
notbeenfedthosepoisonouscertaintiesbytheirparentsor2 )the
certaintiesdidnot"take",or3 )somewherealongthewaytheirbrainshave
beenwashedwiththehelpofsuchluminariesasPavlovand/orMoreno
.
Howelsecansomanypeoplebesounconcernedabouttheabuseswhich
arebecomingadominantfactor
inAmericanlife today?
RecommendedReading
:
"PsychodramaandSociodramainAmericanEducation"byRobert
llaas .
"GroupDynamics -
ResearchandTheory"
- Cartwright/Zander
(Textbook)HarperandRow,1953 /60
.
CONQUESTBYCONSENT - 66 -
"TheWholeThing
isforPlanning"
WashingtonState'sSanJuanCountyconsistsofagroupofislandsin
northernPugetSound
. IntheoriginalFRCsetup,SanJuanformedaCouncil
withtwonorthwestmainlandcounties
. SkagitandWhatcomarejustacross
theSound,butbyferryandcaritisafullday'sjourneytomakearound
trip .
WhentheshakeupinWashingtonStatecameovertheFRCs,SanJuan
CommissionerselectedtobeasinglecountyCOG
. Oncecreated,theCOG's
veryexistencewasallbutforgotteninmostoftheState
. Onlythemajor
COGinvolvingSeattleandenvironsbecameanactive13 13 pipeline,under
thedirectionofaprofessional13 13 "manager"
.
ThepopulationoftheSanJuanIslandsisaninterestingstudyin
itself . Inthesummer,thetouristsallbuttakeover
. AfterLaborDay,
theislandshavetheappearanceofalmostanysmallcommunity .
Therearesomeresidentswhohavelivedtherealltheirlives,andmany
ofthoseareintheirseventiesandeighties . Youngpeopleseenofuture
forthemselvesontheislands,andmostofthemleaveearlytoseektheir
fortuneselsewhere
. Someofthosehavemadetheirfortunes,andreturnedto
oneoranotheroftheislandstoretire .
Someresidentswhocameastouriststhoughttheyhadfoundaplaceto
escapefromanyofanumberofproblemswhichmainstreamAmericaknowsonly
toowell,andreturnedtotheislandstolive .
TheNewAgershavehadafootholdonOrcasIslandformanyyears,and
recentlyafloodofnewdisciplesseekingtocommunewithnaturehave
filteredin . ThereisaCatholicnunneryonShawIsland . Indianshave
beguntoclaimtheislandsasahomeland,althoughfewhaveremained
residentthroughtheyears .
ItissaidtherearemoremillionairesintheSanJuansthanonany
comparablesizepieceofrealestateinthecountry,butmanyoftheseare
onlysummerresidents . hostoftheislandersbelongtothegreatmiddle
class,thedirectobjectofmajorattentionfromtherevolutionaries .
Thereisahardnosedenvironmentalgroupwhosecompositionseemstoinclude
someofmostoftheotheridentifiablesegments . Thereisanapparent
professionalleadershipoftheenvironmentalmovement
.
ThePlannersmovedinabouttenyearsago
. Andnothinghasbeenthe
samesince
.
SanJuanhashaditsproblemswithplanning . Thefirsttentative
comprehensiveplan(compplan)triedtoavoidconfrontation,offeringonly
whatthePlannersapparentlythoughtwouldbeacceptabletothecommunity
.
AlasforPlanning!Thecompplanseemedtopleasenoone - noteventhe
Planners
. ThatoriginalPlanwasmodifiedpiecemealovertheyears,adding
arestrictionhere,anotherthere,untilitbegantotakeonastandard
appearance .
TherewasanunusualdifficultywithplanningforSanJuanCounty,
becauseofthedistancebetweentheislands
. TheCountyseatinFriday
Harborisanhourormoreferrytripfromanyoftheothermainislands,
andferriesarefewandfarbetween . Therearesomeislandswhicharenot
servedbytheferryatall,andrecentlytheferrieshavebeeninadequate
foranyofthem .
Therealproblemwithcentralplanningontheislandsisthatthereis
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3
6
nogeneralagreementastotheroleofthePlannersinislandlife,and
minimalunderstandingamongthecitizensoftheplanningidea . Thereisa
separate"planningreviewboard"onOrcas,composedofactivistvolunteers,
whichissupposedtosupplytheCountyPlanningCommissionwithanoverview
ofthe'desiresoftheresidents'thereasregardsgovernmentplanning . In
pointoffact,theonlycitizenswhosedesiresitreallyrepresentsare
thoseontheBoard,whoarealsousuallytheonlycitizenspresentattheir
meetings
.
Therehavebeenmajorconfrontationsover'planning'betweenindividual
citizensandthePlanners,aswellasbetweenthePlannersandthegeneral
publictheysupposedlyserve . Ittakeslikeforevertogetplansfor
privatepropertyapproved(inonecase,sevenyears,anotherhasbeen
ongoingforfiveyearsandcounting) . Inthelastfewyearsthese
confrontationshavecausedcitizensfinanciallossesinthemillions,and
heartbreaksbythescore . Thesepeoplehavelosttheedgeofftheirdreams,
uncountedhoursoftime,andavisiblesliceoftheirliberties .
SoitwasnotsurprisingthatthePlannersandtheCommissionersran
intodifficulty in planningtheareaaroundtheSanJuanairport . After
yearsofindecisionandattemptsatbargaining,theownersofthatproperty
remainedadamantintheirdesiretodevelopit,andtheCountyrefusedto
makeconcessionswhichcontravenedThePlan .
EntertheHegeliandialectic .
AsituationexistswhereTheSystemdemandsthepresenceofa
decision- makingbodywhich
will notbeswayedbylocalpropertyowners . A
COGispresent,butnotinforce
. Allthatisneededtoactivate itis
thatitbemanned . Therepresentativegovernmentinthiscaseisunableto
obtainconsenttotheirPlan . Anadministrativebodyisnotboundbythe
samelawsandregulationswhichholdforelectedbodies . Thesolution?
MantheCOG,andtheairportproblemwillbesolvedthroughadministrative
mandate,withnorecourse .
So,latein1987 ,oneCommissionertookituponhimselftoputSanJuan
CountyundertheCOGumbrella . Rushingtoachievehisobjective,that
Commissioner,withoutahearingonhisintendedaction,madethe
appointmentsnecessarytoactivatetheCOG
. Aswordofhisintentgotout,
anattemptwasmadetowarnhimoftheconsequencesofhisproposedaction .
lierefusedtohearthecitizenpetitionagainstit,anddefendedhis
positionwithastatementtothelocalpaperthat"Thewholethingisfor
planning" . Andsoitwas .
AndSanJuanCountyisnowanAmericanSoviet .
Itisnotgenerallyrecognizedthatcentrallizedplanningbygovernment
asnowbeingimplementedintheUnitedStateswasfirstpracticed in the
SovietUnion,The"sovietsystem"wasthemeansdevisedinLenin'stimeto
controltheRussianpeople,andkeeptheminlinebycontrolof all aspects
oftheireconomic,politicalandsocialactivity,throughlocallysituated
toadiesforthecentralestablishment .
WhilethefirstRussianSoviet"fiveyearplan"wasstillonthe
drawingboard,radicalsinthiscountrybeganpreparingtoinstitutethat
systemhere .
Theirnefariousplotwascarriedonwithoutofficialsanction,at
first . "Volunteer"planninggroupssprang
up in the2 0s,gunghofor
regionalizationof"standardmetropolitanareas" . TheareafortheNew
York/NewJerseyborderwasapilot,rapidlyfollowedbyothersaround
Philadelphia,Chicago,andmanysmallereffortsaswell .
Publicknowledgeoftheextenttowhichsoviet- mindedAmericanshad
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penetratedthefederalgovernmentdidnotcomeuntilthe1940s,when
CongresswasaskedtoapprovetheschemeoftheNationalResourcesPlanning
Board
. ByrejectingthatPlan,Congressbelievedtheyhadsettledthe
matter
. But,again,itwasonestepback,andthentwostepsforward
.
WiththecreationofthefederalAdvisoryCommissonon
IntergovernmentalRelaations,anotherCongressgavethegreenlightto
activationofThePlan
. Eversince,theACIRhashadplansforyou
. Andit
hashadalotofhelp .
In1964,ACIRissueditspublication#M- 17 ,whichrecommended
"interagencycoordination"fora"unified(federal)urbandevelopment
policy"
. ThiswentfarbeyondACIRsmandateddutiesofpolicingthe
ExecutiveDepartment
. M- 17 wasthefirstmajorACIRpolicypapertoward
establishingasystemofsovietsintheUnitedStates,andACIRhasledthe
wayeversince .
In1963 ,theDepartmentofAgriculture,insteadofitsusualreport,
issuedanupdateoftheNRPBPlan,urgingimplementationofit
.
In1965,LyndonJohnsonrailroadedthePublicWorksandEconomic
DevelopmentAct(PWEDA)throughCongress
. Asoriginallysubmitted,this
billwasablankcheckforfullimplementationoftheNRPBPlan
. Thisthe
Congresswouldnotaccept,but,inpassingtherestoftheAct,authority
wasdelegated(unconstitutionally)fortheExecutivetodealdirectlywith
localgovernments
. RegionalCouncilswereprovidedtochannelfederal
directivesintothelocaldistricts,andforlocalacceptanceofthe
directives .
AswithACIR,PWEDAwas'sold'asameansofbreakingupthepower
whichhadbeenaccumulatinginWashingtonD . C
. Instead,PWEDAprovided
'thecarrotandthestick'toassurethatlocalgovernmentswouldbowto
federalmandates . (Thecarrot='federalfunds'
; thestick=withholding
thosefunds)
WhileACIRledtheway,theactualbreachoffaithherewascommitted
byExecutiveOrder#113 86,whichestablishedaFederalAdvisoryCouncilto
controltheFRCs
. GeraldFordaddedamandateforStatecompliancewith
federalpoliciesandprograms .
TherewasonesmalldetailaboutCarter'sEO12 149,whichwesavedto
fitinhere,becauseitisoftheessenceinthematteroftheCOGs
. This
EO mandates
theFRCstocooperatewithStateadministrativeandregional
agencies
. FRCsnowareCOGs . ERGO
: COGsaresomandated
. Thereisnosuch
mandateforrepresentativebodies
. SowhentheSanJuanCommissioner
activatedtheCOGthereto'solve'theairportproblem,heputjurisdiction
ofthatproblemintheotherWashington
. THATishowthedisputewillbe
settled
.
ButthisisonesmallpartoftheCOGissue
. Thewholethingisthat
theCOGsareessentialtothecontrolsdemandedbycentralplanning,and
theyflaunttheintentoftheConstitution
.
Makenomistakeaboutit
. ThatCommissionerneverspoketruerthan
whenhesaidthewholethingisforplanning
.
Centralplanning
.
Economicplanningby"experts" .
SOVIETstyleplanning
.
RecommendedReading :
"APlacetoLive",1963 Report,FederalDepartmentof
- - Agriculture .
V- 3 8
3ect+,~4z VI
TheUltimateWeapon
ch :
68TheGoalSettingProcess
pa :
VI -1
69ForbiddenTerritory VI -3
70"TheBattlefortheMind" VI -7
71InvoluntaryServitude VI - 10
72Cybernetics VI - 13
73TheSmokingGun VI - 16
74RemovingtheLid VI - 10
onSpending
75BuggyWhips VI - 22
andSpaceTechnology
76TheLastHurrah VI - 25
77MentalTrojanHorse VI - 28
78UnwittingAssistants VI - 31
79The 5-5-5Project VI - 34
80The
of
Shibboleth
LocalControl
VI - 36
81Brainwashing VI - 39
82SecretAgenda VI - 42
83ThePragmaticApplication
ofDeceit VI - 45
THEULTIMATEWEAPON
-68-
TheGoal-SettingProcess
Whenschoolsacrossthecountrystartedoutinthelate60stoset
"goalsandobjectives",fewvoiceswereraisedtoquestiontheintent
.
Parentseverywhereweredisturbedoverthemanyprogramswhichwere
beinginserted in
theschoolcurriculum,steadilydepartingfromthebasic
educationtheywantedfortheirchildren
. Someparentswerewornoutby
thehassleoftryingtoprotecttheirchildrenfromprematuredisclosures
aboutsex,andtheequallyalarming"behaviormodification"
. Manyhadcome
toacceptthattheschoolpeopledidnotwanttoheartheirconcerns
.
So,whentheywereaskedtohelptheirdistrictssetnewgoals,they
jumpedatthechancetohaveavoiceonthe"inside"
. Theyeagerly
acceptedappointmenttothe"BlueRibbonCommittees"whichwereto"work
outthesolutions",andset"newgoals"foreducation .
Ifthoseparentshadbeenawarethatthe"goalsettingprocess"was
devisedbythePlanners,tosilencedissent,NOTtoobtain"input",they
couldhavebeensavedthetimetheywillinglygave,andtheheartbreakof
thedisappointmentwhichfollowed .
Whattheyhadbeentrickedinto,wasaformof"participatory
democracy" . Bygettinginvolvedinthe'process',theyopenedthemselvesto
beingmanipulatedintomodifyingtheirclearlyperceivedpersonalgoals,to
reacha"consensus"withamajorityoftheminoritywhoparticipated .
"CONSENSUS"NULLIFIESINDIVIDUALGOALS .
Theparticipants in theBlueRibbonCommitteeshadlenttheirpersonal
credibilitytotheproductwhichissuedfromthoseCommissions,without
regardtothecommitmentwhichhadpromptedthemtoacceptappointment .
THE GOAL-SETTING PROCESS
EFFECTIVELY TAKESTHE
DECISION-MAKINGCAPABILITYFROMTHEPARTICIPANTSINTHESE
COMMITTEESANDCOMMISSIONS,ANDPLACESITINTHEHANDSOFTHE
PLANNERSWHOCAUSEDTHEPROBLEMSINTHEFIRSTPLACE .
Ittookpracticallynotimeforsomeoftheparentstoquestionthe
valueofthisnewtactic . Onemotherprotested,
"Wewereaskedtohelpingettingtheschoolstodirecttheir
programstowardourgoalsforourchildren,butallthewhile,we
werebeingpressuredtoacceptthingswedidn'twantat
all . . . "
Anotherexplained,
"Thoseofuswhoservedonthese"BlueRibbonCommissions"
workedlongandhardtosetgoalswecouldallagreeon,andfelt
wehadsucceeded . WhentheGoalswereprintedforthepublic,
however,ournameswereonthedocument,butthatwasaboutall
thatwasleftofourwork .
"Wewereleftholdingtheresponsibilityforwhatwasnoneof
ourdoing . "
InatleastoneCaliforniadistricttheparents'goalswereprintedon
asinglepageoftheCommission'Report',followedbytwoandahalfpages
ofadditionalgoals,writtenbytheschoolsuperintendent!
WhenalltheGoalsforCaliforniaschooldistrictswerefinallized,
therewaslittletodistinguishoneschool'sgoalsfromanyother . They
couldhavebeenfollowingablueprint
. Innocasewasthereevidencethat
theparentsweretoldthatthe"goal-settingprocess"waspartofalarger
program,andthattheprocesswasmoreimportantthanthegoals
.
DisclosureoftheexistenceofthePlanning,ProgrammingandBudgeting
Systemprovidedknowledgeofthe"largerprogram",ofwhichthe
goal-settingwasapart .
Thegoal-settingandthePPBSarecomponentsoftheleastunderstood,
moststronglypromoted,andexpensivelyimplementedprogrameverinitiated
inthiscountry
. Itisalsotheonlyprogramwhichhasbeenaconsistent
failureinobtainingitsstatedobjectiveswhichhascontinuedtoreceive
solidsupportbyallitsproponents .
"Participatorydemocracy"waswhattheFrontierThinkersoftheNew
Dealeracalledthegoal-settingprocess,anditisafarcryfromthekind
ofrepresentationguaranteedbythenationalConstitution . TheNewDealers
calledfor"citizensadvisorygroups,workingwithelectedand
administrativeofficials"thus(theysaid)openingup"opportunitiesfora
largenumberofcitizenstoparticipateingovernment(directly)" . Atthe
sametime,andwithstraightfaces,theycouldcallfor"truedemocracy" -
whichtheysaidhadnothingtodowithmajorityrule,butwhichcould
operatethroughtheprocessof"consensus - agreementreachedthrough
discussionsinsmallgroups . "
Thoughatfirstglancethesemayseemcontradictoryconcepts,they
reallyarenot . The"largenumbersofcitizens"are,infact,asmall
groupcomparedtothecitizenryeligibletovotefreeofsuasionotherthan
factandlogic . The"largenumber"incitizenparticipatorygroups,thus
enabledtomakethedecisionsfortheentirecommunity,werewithout
precedent-
andarewithoutconstitutionalauthority
.
Bymeansofthisprogram,unlessitisstopped
- andthatsoon - these
UnitedStates
will
becomeonevastprisonforeveryonelivingwithintheir
confines
. Thatthreatofa"prisonnation"isveryreal,unlessanduntil
thestillsovereigncitizensregaincontroloftheprocessesoftheir
governmentbyrevivingthemethodsprovided
in theConstitution .
THEULTIMATEWEAPON
-69- ForbiddenTerritory
Theconceptofoutsideinterferencewithprivatelivesissoaliento
Americanthoughtthatmostcitizensofthisnationstillfind
it
repugnant,despitethecontrivedsituationswhich,increasingly,encourage
it,asin
centralplanningforprivateproperty
.
Extendedtoexternalcontrolofpersonaldecisionmaking,asin
psychologicalwarfare("psywar"),wagedtobreakdownmoralsandvalues,
suchinterferencebecomesunbelievable
. Itviolatesthemostpriceless
possessionwithwhichmanisendowed
- hismind .
AmericanswereshockedaftertheKorean"policeaction"byrevelations
thatasizeablecontingentoftheircapturedsons"elected"tostaywith
theircaptors,insteadofcominghome
. Becauseofthesizeofthatmass
defection,andbecause,atthattime,therewas still asubstantiveremnant
ofpoliticalcontrol in thehandsofthesovereigncitizen,thecauseof
thisunusualsituationhadtobedisclosed . Enoughofthefactswere
broughtoutthatitwaspossibleforthepublictounderstandthat
systematicerasureoftheloyaltiesofthesesoldiershadbeeneffected -
loyaltytobothfamilyandcountry- by psychopoliticaloperatives . They
were,infact,"brainwashed" .
Nomorewasrevealedintheofficialreleasesthanwasnecessaryto
answertheinsistentdemandfromfamiliesandotherconcernedcitizens .
Therewasnopublicmentionofthethen-establishedfactthatthesame
techniquesaswereusedonAmericanservicemeninKorea,hadbeenusedten
yearsbefore-to
facilitatethecommunisttakeoverofChina .
The public presswasnotinspiredtomakeaRomanholidayofasearch
forthat'bigstory' . ItremainedforEdwardHunter,themanwhocoined
theword"brainwashing",toexposethefactsaboutthatearlyuseofThe
System
. Inacarefullydocumentedbook,titled"BrainwashinginRed
China",Hunterhadshowntheextensionofthetechniquesusedoncaptive
AmericansinKorea,asappliedtoanentirenation,
in China .
Unfortunately,hisbooknevermadeittothebest-sellerlists,andit
wasreadbyacomparativefew
. Unfortunately,becausetodaythosewhoread
thatbookcanseethesametechniquesaswereactivatedtoconquerChina
nowbeingusedonthepopulationoftheUnitedStates
. Unfortunately,
becausewithoutsuchareferencepointacasualobservercannotpossibly
relatewhathesees'happening'here,inAmerica,toasystematic,
scientificuseofmindcontrol
. Unfortunately,becausewithoutthe
brainwashingconnection,itisapracticalimpossiblitytointerruptthe
process .

WithEdwardHunter'stestimonyaboutthe"brainwashing"
techniquesused in
Chinaforcomparison,theveriesttyroisableto
recognizethepatternofTheSystem,asitisbeingusedinthiscountry .
TwentyyearsafterHunterreportedwhatwasbeingdoneinChina
; an
interimofanothertwentyyearsduringwhichelementsofTheSystemwere
perfectedandinstalledinthestructureoftheAmericangovernment
; and
twentymoreafterthePlanning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSystemwas
exposedinitstruenature,anditsimplementationintheeducational
arena,thereisstillalmostuniversalignoranceofitsexistence
. If
Americansknewwhatreally'happened' in China,theywouldhaveless
troubleunderstandingwhatisbeingdoneintheUnitedStates
.
Thereisalmostuniversalofficialresistancetoare-examinationof
PPBSanditsfailures
- andpotential
. IfourofficialstodayknewwhatEd
VI - 3
Hunterknewthen,mostofthemwouldsurelybe"viewingwithalarm",at
least,andmaybeevencallingforheadstoroll .
ThealmostuniversalunconcernaboutTheSystemhastobeduetolack
ofunderstandingofitscapabilities .
EventhosewhohaveenoughinformationaboutTheSystemtobeconcerned
aboutitbeinginourgovernment,cannotseemtounderstandjusthowit
operates .
Theprogramsareconfusedwiththeprocess
. Programswhichseemto
containPPBcomponents,areactuallybeingachievedbyPPBtechniques
.
Whileitisunderstandablethattheonecouldbemistakenfortheother,
unlessTheSystemismadevisible,thereisminimalhopethatitcanbe
deactivated . Itreallyisn'tallthatcomplicated .
ThePPBS(bywhatevernameitispresentlybeingcalled)isan
adaptationofthegoal-seekingservo-mechanismofthespaceprogram,
appliedtothehumanmind . Initsapplicationinmindcontrol,the
stimulus-responsetheoriesofPavlovareusedtoachieveitsgoal .
Basically,theGoalispredetermined,andaprogramisdesignedtoreach
thatgoal .
TheessentialelementsofaPPBSare :
1)ApredeterminedGoal ;
2)AbasicunittodirecttothatGoal ;
3 )Objectives
4)AProgram
5)Information(data)
6)Evaluation
7)Cyclingand/orRecycling
8)Re-evaluation
TheGoalissetforanygivensubjectasthebasicunit,tobe
manipulatedasneededtoreachtheGoal
; aProgramisplannedtofulfill
thatmission
; allavailabledataareenteredintotheProgram,to
determineObjectives,whicharesetaspartoftheProgram
; onreachingan
Objective,Evaluationdetermineswhetherthetrajectoryismaintained,and
themissionisstillontarget
; ifit is,
thecontrolsremainuntilit
reachestheGoal
; ifitisnot,thecontrolsaremodified,andthesubject
isrecycledtothatsameObjective,untilitismet,andsendsthesubject
ontotheGoal .
BudgetingandAccountingareNOTessentialadjunctstotheBasic
Process,butarealock-infactorinadefinedProgram
.
Itisimportanttoknowthatallthesecomponentsmaybepresent,yet
notvisible,andthePPBSstilloperative
. Thisispatentlythecasewith
useofthispsychologicaltechniqueformassapplication
.
Anessentialquestionrequiresananswer
:
"Ifthisisbeingdone in
thiscountry,1JHOISDOINGIT?"
Abundantevidenceplacesalargepartoftheresponsibilityonthe
educationalestablishment,beginningasfarbackastheearlypartofthis
century .
Unelectedpeoplebothinandoutsidethegovernmenthaveprovidedthe
breedinggroundsandtheclimateforgrowthofthegermoftheSystem
.
Duringthetwenties,datacollectionforsystemsfunctionswasbegun
.
'-Inthe193 0s,theMoscowSummerSchoolsissuedtheCallforthe
VI - 4
teachersofAmericatousepsychopoliticsintheirdailywork,andthe
embryo"planningmovement"pickeduptheCause
of systematiccontroland
beganconstructingthechannelsthroughwhichitwouldoperate .
WhentheArmedServicesweremeldedintotheDefenseDepartmentin
1947,bytheNationalSecurity(sic)Act(NSA-47),aspecial,super-secret
unitwascreated,todevelopthetechniquesofTheSystem
. Thisunit,in
turn,createdresearchanddevelopmentunits
outsidethegovernment, toaid
inthisprocess
. NSA-47restructuredallmilitarydepartmentsintoa
single,unified,command
-theessentialformatforanoperativePPB
System .

By1958,unknowntoallbutTheElitists,TheSystemwas
"GO", and
Congress,encouragedbythePresident'sCommissiononReorganizationofthe
ExecutiveDepartment,passedaresolution (H . R . 8002)whichmadeit
possibletooperateTheSysteminthegovernment . Reorganizationofthe
ExecutivewasanessentialelementofanoperationalSystem,justasthe
reorganizationofthemilitaryhadbeen
.

In1960,the"extendedcensus"wasinitiated,ostensiblytoobtain
updateddataonthe"socialhealth"ofthenation . Actually,thedatawas
tobeusedtofeedthecomputerstheinformationneededtokeepall
elementsoftherevolutionaryProgramsontarget .

In1961,JohnKennedyorderedTheSystemtobeinstalledinthe
militaryframeprovidedbyNSA-47
. TheVietnamwarwasoperatedbysystems
analystsandcomputerexperts,whileseasonedmilitarypersonnelcooled
theirheels,andwerestone-walledoutoftheirresponsibilitytotake
charge .

In1963 ,extensiveeffortswerebeguntoprovide"databanks"as
repositoriesfortheintelligenceneededtooperateTheSystem .

In1964,LyndonJohnsonorderedTheSysteminstalledthroughoutthe
now-restructuredExecutiveDepartment
.

In1965,twolandmarkbillswereapprovedbyCongress,oneforstate
andlocalgovernments,andoneforeducation,whichprovidedfundingfor
localimplementationofTheSystem
. ThefirstwastheinfamousPWEDA
(PublicWorksandEconomicDevelopmentAct)
. ThisActprovided"federal
funds"tostepuptheregionaltakeoveroflocalgovernments,whichhadrun
intotrouble,becauseofcitizenresistance
. Atthesametime,sparkedby
theElementaryandSecondaryEducationActof1965,federalandstate
operativesineducationwerepreparingeducationalplannerstoinstalland
operateitintheschools .
TheStrategyofPWEDAandESEAwas"thecarrotandthestick"
. Local
officials,dazzledbyallthatmoney,andbesetbydrainsonlocaltax
basesduetodemandsfromStateandfederal'mandated'programs,wentfor
it -
ignoringthefactthatnew"sticks"wentwiththis"free"money
.
Itwasinthemid60s,too,thatinsistentpressuresbegantoreplace
old,smallcountyofficebuildingswithnew,large"Governmentcenters"
-
eachwithgenerousspacefor"dataprocessing" .
Inthelate60s,ConstitutionalrevisionbeganintheStates,
accompanied,orfollowed,byreorganizationoftheGovernor'soffices,
followingthepatternestablishedinthefederalExecutiveOffice
. This
'reorganization' ,
too,createdthesinglelineofcommandnecessaryfor
themanagementandcontrolsystem .
Alsointhelate60s,someofRockefeller's13 13 agencies,operating
throughGeorgeWashingtonUniversity,targettedfivecompliantstates,five
citiesandfivecountiesaspilotprojectsforinstallationofTheSystem
withintheregionalstructureoftheentirecountry
.
TheSystemrequiresasingledecision-makingunit,tobefunctional
.
TherewasnowayourConstitutionalgovernmentcouldbeusedforSystems
purposes
. Thisiswhyourentirepoliticalsystemhasbeenrestructured
throughtheregionalplanningprocessandExecutivereorganization,to
providethechannelswhichallowtheSystemtobeactivated
.
IntheBudgetActof1921,CongresshadsurrendereditsConstitutional
responsiblityfortheBudgettotheExecutive
. Inthelate60s,theBureau
oftheBudget(now in
theExecutiveOffice)wasdesignatedasthe"single
head"oftheSystem,renamedtheOfficeofManagementandBudget,and
organizedtobeginthemanagementandcontrolofthisentirenation
.
rEvidencesuggests
:

thattherehasbeenknowledgeableparticipationonthepart
ofelectedandappointedofficials,thinktanks,hirelingsinand
outofgovernment,schoolpersonnel,andthenewsmedia,in
keepingTheSystemunderwraps ;

thatthiswasdeliberateobfuscation,toavoidpremature
disclosure,whichwouldhavecertainlyactivatedamassive
counter-revolution ;

thatsomeelectedofficialsknewoftheintenttoinstall
TheSystem,andcooperated ;

thatmostlegislatorsweretotallyunawareofanyofthis
;

thatschoolpersonnel,whetherknowledgeableornot,
collaboratedinpreparingfuturecitizensofthiscountrytobe
willingsubjectsofamanagedandcontrolledworld
.
Recommendedreading :
"LecturesonConditionedReflex"
- IvanPavlov,(Trans . by
Gantt)InternationalPublishers1928
"BrainwashinginRedChina" -EdwardHunter,VanguardPress,
1951
"PresentattheCreation" - DeanAcheson,W . W . Norton
publishers,1969
"Psychology
in aWorldEmergency"-Lectures,Universityof
PittsburgPress,1952
U . S . NewsandWorldReport,"WillComputersRunWarsofthe
Future?",23 April1962 .
"AMetropolitanAreaFactBankfortheGreaterLosAngeles
Area",preparedfortheFordFoundation,1963 .
"The5-5-5Project -ImplementingPPB in States,Citiesand
Counties" ; StateandLocalFinanceProject ; GWU1969
VariouspublicationsonSystemsfromRANDCorporation .
THEULTIMATEWEAPON
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"TheBattlefortheMind"
"Politicians,priestsandpsychiatristsoftenfacethesame
problem
: howtofindthemostrapidandpermanentmeansof
changingaman'sbeliefs
GreatBritainandtheU
. S . A .
thereforfindthemselvesatlastobligedtostudyseriouslythose
specializedformsofneurophysiologicalresearchwhichhavebeen
cultivatedwithsuchintensitybytheRussianssincethe
Revolution,andhavehelpedthemtoperfectthemethodsnow
popularlyknownas"brainwashing"or"thoughtcontrol"
. . . "
(emphasisadded)
ThosewordsarepsychiatristWilliamSargant'sopeningsalvoina1957
book,"TheBattlefortheMind",originallyproducedbyamajorpublishing
company,reissuedinthe1970sbyGreenwoodPressinpaperback .
In"TheBattlefortheMind",DrSargantrevealstheX-factorinthe
politicalequation,withoutwhichtherecanbenoidentificationofthe
processbywhichworldrevolutionhasbeenadvanced
. Withoutthat
identification,noeffectiveconstraintcanbeplacedontheconspirators
whoaremastermindingthestepsintowhathasbeencalledaNewWorldOrder
- nowdesignated"TheNewInternationalEconomicOrder"(NIEO)byits
progenitors .
ThatX-factoristheuseofmindcontrolasatooltodirect"the
decision-makingprocess" . Disregardingallprotest,politiciansare
incrementallyalteringalltheinstitutionsbywhichmenaregoverned,and
that,bydictionarydefinition,isrevolution .

Priestsandpastorshave
acquiescedintherestructureofreligiousinstitutionsandpractices .
Thatisarevolutionwithinestablishedreligiouspractices .
Psychiatristshaveledtheassaultsonthemindsofmen,forthepurposeof
modifyingthebehaviorofmankind . AndTHATisrevolution .
AsDrSargantdescribesthislatterengagement :
"Thepolitico-religiousstruggleforthemindofmanmaywell
bewonbywhoeverbecomesmostconversantwiththe . . . functions
ofthemind,andis
readiest tomake use of theknowledge
gained . "
Thequietconquestofthemindhasbeenanunrecognizedadjuncttothe
politico-religiouspenetrations,almostfromtheinitiationofthe
revolution .
EvenhadDr
. Sargant'slittlebookfounditswaytothe'bestseller'
listwhenitfirstappeared,it'sunlikelythatyour'averageAmerican'(if
thereissuchathing)wouldhaveplacedmuchcredenceinthecontent .
Theresimplywasnotenoughvisibleevidence,in1957,tosupportthe
thoughtthat'thegovernment'*could - orwould - attempttoobtain
involuntaryconsenttoanundisclosedgoal,bypracticing"brainwashing"on
anunsuspectingcitizenry
. Therewasminimalevidencethen(andthatnot
generallyvisible),thatthestrategiesofpsychopoliticshadbeenongoing
inanofficialcapacity,formanyyears
.
Onecanonlyspeculatewhy"TheBattlefortheMind"wasproduced,and
thennotpromotedthroughtheusualchannels . SinceDrSargantwas
subsidizedbytheRockefellerFoundationfora"valuableyear"atHarvard
,University,"observingtheteachingandtreatmentof
. . . moderntechniques
ofconversionandbrainwashing",(quote,DrSargant,'Foreword',fromthe
book),andsincehisbookwaspublishedbyan"inside"firm,itwouldseem
suchpromotionwouldhavebeenaforegoneconclusion
.
Speculationaboutthatcouldincludeapossibilitythatthisbookwas
never
intended
forthe"averageAmerican"
; thattherewasa'need'fora
textbook,easilyobtainableandreadable,forthosealready
inpositions
wheretheycouldbecalledupontocollaborate
in officialactivationof
thestrategieswhich,eventhen,hadreachedademonstrablelevelof
effectiveness
. Aswereportinanother
.
chapter,itwasHerbPhilbrick(I
LedThreeLives")whofirstbroughttopublicattentionthatthisstrategy
wasbeingappliedintheseUnitedStates
. Philbrickreportedthathe
couldn'tfinda
singletextbook
onthesubject,in1954
.
Publicationofa
textbook,
whichcouldbeidentifiedasatooltotrain
governmentemployeesinpsychopoliticalstrategies,would,almostsurely,
haveraisedaneyebrowortwo,in1957
. Buta"resource"bookforgeneral
consumptioncouldbepromotedtothoseingovernmentwholackedthe
expertiseneededtoperformthereaspsychopoliticalagents,whileits
apparentnon-relativity,andthe"silenttreatment"wouldmakeitinvisible
tothegeneralpublicandbusybodiesinCongress
.
Inviewoftherecordofduplicitywhichhasbeendocumentedby
numerousresearchersintothisquietrevolution,anyreasonableperson
couldacceptacausalrelationshipbetweenseeminglyunrelatedincidents,
andtheresultstheysupport,withorwithoutproof
.
Sointhecaseofthisbook
. Thescenariosuggestedabove
was usedto
promoteablueprintforpenetrationofthepublicschools,devisedand
disseminatedbytheEducationalPoliciesCommission15yearsearlier
. As
youwillfindinourchapter"GoalsforAmericans",thisstrategywasalso
usedinpromotingthetheproductofthe"President'sCommissionon
NationalGoals"
. soitisnotillogicaltoassumethatitmighthavebeen
usedonthisoccasion .
Bethatasitmay,hadgeneralknowledgeofthecontentof"TheBattle
fortheMind"beenavailableatthetimethemanagementandcontrolsystem
becamevisible,itwouldmostcertainlyhavemadethecaseforvalidityof
thechargescitizensmadeagainstthePlanning,ProgrammingandBudgeting
System
.
"TheBattlefortheMind"isclearlyandconciselywritten
. Its
subjectisaddressedbyaqualified'expert',andtheproductistotally
understandable
. Therearealsoanumberofbonusses - peripheralsnot
directlyinvolved in themaintheme,butadjunctstoit
. Onesuchisan
outlineinSargant'sbookofthestrategynowknownas"ThePoliticsof
Change" .
Byincluding historic
examplesof'operantconditioning',thecasefor
practicalapplicationofpsychopoliticsasaninstrumentforinvoluntary
change,ismadeplausible
. Theimportantdifferencebetweenpreviousand
proposeduseofconditioning(whichisnotmentionedinthebook),isthat,
formerly,applicationwashaphazard,unorganized,andwithoutknowinghow
itworked
. Today,thestrategieshavebeendevelopedintoan"artand
science"
. Theyarebeingappliedsystematically,withpredictableresults,
AND now, withtheorganizationof'government'
.
Anyattempttocorrectthe"problemsoftoday",withouttakinginto
accounttheexistenceanduseofthismethodofcontrolling,notjustthe
beliefs
ofthecitizens,buttheir reactions, isdoomed
. Justknowinghow
theSystemworksisnotenough
. WhatevercountermeasuresaremountedMUST
utilizesomeoff=thecapabilitiesoftheSystem,or,asDr
. Sargantstated,
VI - 8
thevictorywillgotothosewho are usingit
.
Anythinglessthanmeetingstrategywithstrategyisliketryingtoput
outaforestfirewithaglassofwater .
THISiswhywearelosing . TherevolutionariesachieveTHEIR
objectivesbycreating conditionedacceptance . WEtrytofightbackwith
reason,logicandfact .
There'snocontest!
Addendum :
'thegovernment' - ifthereisasinglewordmostdamagedby
alteredconcept,thishastobeit . Inacountrysuchasours,
witha written Constitution,thatdocument,lawsmade pursuant to
it,andthedepartmentstheyestablish,arethegovernment .
Today'sdictionarieshavecopiousexplanationsof'government'
referringtothepeopleoperatingthegovernmentmachinery .
Today,evensomewhoshouldknowbetterblame'thegovernment'
foralltheillsplaguingthecountry,when,
in fact,itisthe
"scientificbureaucracy",working within
governmentdepartments
toeffecttheirrevolution,whichshouldbefaulted
.
RecommendedReading :
"TheBattlefortheMind"WilliamSargant,HarperandRow,
1957
THEULTIMATEWEAPON
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InvoluntaryServitude
Withtheincreaseintheproblemsexperiencedbyteenagerstoday
-drug
abuse,promiscuity,isolationfromfamily,violence,suicide
- Americans
arebecomingawarethattherehasbeenadamagetotenderyoungmindsso
universalthatitcouldonlystemfromonesource
-
thepublicschools .
Someoftheevidenceofdamageisovert -
inabilityofsomanystudents
toreadandwrite
; failureoftheschoolstoprovidebasichistoricalfact
;
theeliminationof
. trueliterature
; theintrusionintofamilialareas
.
Butthereisadamagewhichisnotsovisible
. and,consequently,not
receivingtheattentionitdeserves
. Itinvolveseliminationofthe
boundaryofself .
Itisnotjustcompetence,norracial,sexual,religiousandnational
characteristicswhichthewould-bemastersoftheworldintend
to neuter .
Itistheindividual,himself
. Thisobjectiveiswellonitswayto
accomplishment .
Throughouttheiryearsinschool,childrenareimbuedwithaphilosophy
whichdeniesuniqueness,andpromotestheorwellianconceptof"oneness"
.
Gettingalongwiththegroup,sharing,rejectingexcellence,allfoster
sameness . Theconceptspromotedintheschoolstendtoencourage
acceptanceoftheideathatachilds'mindisnomorehisownthanthetoy
heisrequiredtoshare .
Thisphilosophyundergirdsthe'planningmentality',whichdeniesthe
principleoftherighttoown,useandenjoy,privateproperty
. Extended
tothementalprocess,thatconceptresultsinthemostperniciousexercise
ofmindcontrolimaginable . Itisaformofslavery,whichisnotonly
involuntary,butitsexistenceishiddenfromthesubjectperson,andthe
slavedoesn'tknowhismaster
.
TheprogressofthePlanning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSystemhasbeen
markedbymilestonesofsuchmindcontrol,and,justrecently,another
facetofithassurfaced .
Beforeexaminingthat,itiswelltorecognizethatthebrightyoung
peoplewhohaveparticipatedinthechange-agentryforthePPBSwere
trainedsomewhereforthejob .
Somewhere :
*thehiddenpersuaderswhomovedtheprestigiousProject
SaferCaliforniaCommissiontoacceptanceofapredeterminedplan
forallaspectsofthelegalsystem,usingthesophisticated
manipulativetechniquecalled"Delphi",weretrainedforwhat
theydid .
Somewhere :
*thedirectorsoftheCaliforniaSpecializedTraining
Institute,whichprepares"peace"officerstoassumecontrolof
thepublictheyaresupposedtoservebypreconditioningthem
throughsensitivitytrainingtoaccepttheirroleascontrollers
ofthecitizenry,weretrainedforwhattheydo .
Somewhere :
VI -
1 0
*
the perpetrators
ofthepernicious"PoliticsofChange"
thetextbookforneutrallizingcitizenresistancetoimposed
schemes,werepreparedtodevelopthetechniquesofchangefor
useonthemasspopulation
.
These,andothersuchactivities,wouldnotbeperformedbypeoplewho
valuedtheintegrityofanotherperson'smind
. Beforesuchtrainingcanbe
applied,thatvaluemustbedestroyed
. Andmostoftheseyoungpeoplehave
beenthroughtheindoctrinationmillsknownas'publicschools',where
alternativevaluesareinstilled,allowinglateracceptanceofsuch
premisesasthese
.
OneaspectofthestruggleoveracceptanceofthePPBSwhichdefied
explanationrelatestothe"invisibility"ofTheSystem,asasystem
. That
hasbeenremarkedonmanytimes
. Ithasbeenattributedtothedeceitand
duplicitywhichwerepalpablyanintegralpartofThePlanforimplementing
TheSystem,butthatwasnotareallysatisfactoryexplanation
. Another
facetofthePPBconfrontationwasthelegislativeresistancetoacceptance
ofthetruenatureofTheSystem,evenwhentheevidenceofthatnature
becameoverwhelming
. Allowanceforthenaturalproclivityofavoiding
publicadmissionoferrordidn'tfullyexplainthat
.
Now,newlightisshedonthatbothersomearea
. A"socialscience"
principle,firstpropounded20yearsagobyanobscureprofessorwas
apparentlybroughtintoplay .
TheTheoryofCognitiveDissonance(TCD,q
. v
. inyourpubliclibrary),
isbasedonanothersocialtheory,thatof"congruity"
. AccordingtoTCD,
themindtendsinvoluntarilytoblockoutinformationnotinline
(consonant)withpreviousbeliefsand/orexperience
. Congruityhastodo
withanexperienced,orunderstood,relevance,whichcanbeeither
consonantordissonant .
Whenthingsareconsonant,astateofmentalequilibriumexists,and
equilibriumisasubliminaldesireofthemind .
Ifthingsaredissonant,theyareincongruous,andthemind
involuntarilyattemptstorejecttheincongruity
.
Again,ifthingsareconsonant,themind,alsoinvoluntarily,attempts
tofortifythecongruity,andavoiddissension
.
Anyonefamiliarwiththesetheorieswillrecognizethatthisis
oversimplification,andincompleteaswell
. Superficialasourresearchon
thesetheorieshasbeen,asappliedtowhatwehavelearnedaboutthePPBS,
consonancKanddissonancearemorethanivorytowertheories
-theyhave
beenmadetoolsforsubversionofthemind . Teststoadaptthemto
predictionandreactionwereconductedaslongagoas1966,andcollege
studentswereparticipants -
andguineapigs - inthosetests .
Electedof fi cialsareprime targetsof_ _ y psychopolitical
operatives, for
obvious reasons . Whencitizensattemptedtowarn
of dangersperceived in
theso-calTed-
Planning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSystem,legislators
displayedanalmosttotallack of co ncern
. Logicaldeductionsuggeststhat
such-indifference-HAD
tostem -fromsomethingmorethantheusualdiffidence
metwhencitizensrequestedactiononpreviousnon-represent
ative programs,
suchassex-ed,forinstance
.

~_
Eventhoselegislatorswhohadbeenreceptivetocitizeninputinthe
pastwereunreachable,inthematterofthePPBS .
WithTCDinmind,consider
: theproponentsofthePPBSinCalifornia
hadspentsixyearsgainingmentalacceptancebylegislatorsofwhatwas
,_ offeredasaprogramforaccountingandbudgeting
. Thelegislatorshad
acceptedtheattributesclaimedforit,by"experts"
. Theyconsideredita
'space-age' boon ;
a 'budgetingsystem'
; anewmethodofaccounting
. Not
justonce,butoverandover,theyhadvotedapprovalofit,asitsmany
componentswerebroughttothem,forstudy,forfunding,formodification,
forextension
. Theirreputationswerenowtiedtoit
; theirminds
understooditasabenefit
; theiracceptanceofithadbeencontinuously
re-enforcedby"experts"
.
Ontopofallthat,inCalifornia,forexample,theelectedState
SuperintendentofEducation,whoauthorizedallthedocumentsforthePPBS
ineducation,wasidentifiedasa'conservative',aswasthemandirectly
underhim,whowasatrustedsourceofinformationbyconservative
legislators
. Boththesemenwouldbesoughtoutbylegislatorstohelp
untanglethedivergentviewsofPPBproponents,vscitizenopponents
. It
waslaterlearnedthatthesecondmanactuallyheadedthePPBproject
in
theEducationDepartment
. Thus,themanlegislatorswouldnormallyseekout
forhelpandexplanations,was,unknowntothem,actuallythecoordinator
ofPPBactivityintheschools!Wouldthesetwotrustedofficersofthe
Californiaschoolslietolegislatorsaboutanythingsoimportant?
Whencitizensaskedforrecognitionbythelegislatorsofadifferent
capabilityforthePPBthanthatclaimedforit,notonlywasTCDworking
againstsuchrecognition,but,anyadvicethelegislatorssoughtfor
verificationofthecitizens'charges,fromsourcestheybelievedthey
couldtrust,HADtobenegative .
And,allthetime,legislatorswerebombardedwithdenialsofcitizens'
chargesbytheirpaid"experts"
. Theiroriginalbeliefswerereenforced ;
theirpreviousactionssupported
. UsingthefulcrumofTCDonelected
representatives,promotersofthePPBSwereabletoover-ridethecitizen
rebellion .
AnyefforttoturntheSystemaroundnow,MUSTtakethisnewly
recognizedtechniqueintoconsideration
.
Addenda :
TheTheoryofCognitiveDissonance - Checkarticlesbyname
orunder"LeonFestinger"(whodevelopedthetheory) ; yourpublic
library
"ThePoliticsofChangeinLocalGovernmentReform"
CaliforniaCommissiononIntergovernmentalRelations,1974
1. 000
THEULTIMATEWEAPON
- 72 -
Cybernetics
Likeoldtimevaudevilleacts,performing"magic"infullviewofthe
audience,which,divertedbyasteadystreamofpatter,andinsignificant
butobvious,unrelatedmovements,encouragedanillusionofreality,the
newsmediamanipulatesanentirecitizenryintoacceptingthetricksand
schemesofthemastermagiciansperformingcenterstage
.
IfthemediawerereallyconcernedaboutthestateoftheState,its
operativeswoulddosomeinvestigativereportingaboutthereasonwhyso
manycitizensarecontinuallyrousedtodowhatthose
in chargeshoulddo,
butarenotdoing
. If"communism"issuchathreatthat
we need "security
agencies", why_ areweTiaving
"friendlq
relations
withtheSoviet anion and
RedChina?
/~Anevenmorevitalquestion
: WHYareSovietagentsgoingthroughthe
mostsecretsecuredareasofourmilitary,checkingourstockpilesof
,,most

withnooutcryfromthemedia(whichisnotallowedinside?)
Instead,thepressmengointoamassfrenzyovermuchlessserious
matters,divertingpublicattentionfromthosereallyneedingexamination
.
(Thisisastrategyofdeception .
ItwasHerbPhilbrick,of "I
LedThreeLives"fame,whofirstbrought
`intofocusthecommunistuse, intheUnitedStates,
ofaspaceage
technologyasatoolfortoday'smagicians
. ThecommunistsPhilbrickknew
calledit"cybernetics" .
Cyberneticshasalegitimatefunctionasascientificmethodfor
improvingelectroniccircuitry -
conduitsandcables,logicandmemory - in
computers
. Itsapplication'asamethodfor'government'touseto"improve"
thementalprocessesofthecitizenryisquiteanothermatter!
AtthetimePhilbrickservedasanundercoveragent in
theCPUSA
(sometimearound1950),hefoundthe localfunctionaries
describing their
deviousmethods of Influencing
p ublico
inion
L as "cybernet ics" . Pointing
out that to-a, co mmunist,a humanTeeing is
simplyanother"machine"-Ca
resource), Philbricklikenedthehumannervoussystemtoanelectronic
circuit
. Insuchacircuit,cyberneticsprovidesausefulmethodof
control
-
evenwhenthe"machine"ishuman .
Today'sdictionariesdescribe cybernetics asa "scienceofhuman
controlfunctions",andgiveitsLEGITIMATEuseasasecondaryfunction!
klprov~
-
aI iythepeopleplannersinourgovernment,ofofficialuseofthis
'science'onthetotal"socialsystem"wasonlyasmallstepawayfrom
approvalofitsuseonhumansubjects .
Philbricksaid,
L
"CyberneticsgrewoutoftheworkofIvanPavlov,anduses
thecauseandeffectsyndromesPavlovdiscovered,aswellasthe
feedbackmechanismheperfected . "

1J
Now,isn'tTHATacoincidence?Thesearebasicingredientsofthe
controlsystemonceknownasthePPBS!
AccordingtoPhilbrick,thecellsoftheYoungCommunistLeaguewere
deeplyinvolvedintheuseof cybernetics as a method for "demolishing the
mindsandspiritsof men", backinmidcentury . He described what theywere
doingasaformof"brainwashing -
-
More'coincidence'!That'sanotherfacetofthePPBS!
VI - 1 3
Philbrickstated,
"Cybernetics,
according
tothecommunists,isthe
manipulationandcontrolof
information . . .
(also
PPB
functions-ed
. )Now,thathastodowiththecontrolledpressin
theIronCurtaincountries
. Ithastodowithradioand
televisionandallfieldsofcommunications
. . .
yougivepeople
onlythatinformationyouwantthemtohave,andthenshieldthem
fromalltheinformationyoudon'twantthemtohear
. And,by
thismeans,bythecontrolofcommunications,youcancontrol
peopleasyoudopuppets
. "
PhilbrickmadethesestatementsataFreedomForumpresentationinLos
Angelesin1954
. Heurgedtheyoungpeoplewhoheardhimto
adopt
cyberneticsasacourseofspecialstudy
. Andheadded
:
"Itisbrandnew
. Idon'tknowofasinglebookonthe
subject,inconnectionwithwhatthecommunistsaredoingwith
it
. TheRedshavebeenworkingatthissubjectformanyyears,
andtoday(1954)theyareworking
aroundtheclock
onthisstudy
ofscientificmanipulationandcontrolofinformation
. "
Littledidheknowthatthosepeopleplannersinourgovernmentwere
also(in1954!)workingavidlyonthissamesysteminthatsuper-secret
unitinDoD,toextendittoeveryphaseofAmericanlife!
OnlyfouryearsafterthePhilbrickspeech,Dr
. LewisA
. Aleson,
eminentphysician,formerPresidentoftheCaliforniaMedicalAssociation,
andheadofL . A
. CountyGeneralHospital,affirmedthat :
" . . . the artandscienceofcybernetics,initsperverted
formaspracticedbythe(Soviets),hasmadeconsiderableinroads
onOURmuchvauntedfreedoms
. "
Itisthis"artandscience"whichisbeingpracticedbythemedia,as
theydeterminethosematterswhichwillkeepJohnQPublicfrombecoming
divertedfromthetrajectorysettoobtainthepredeterminedgoal,and
neglecttoreportthosewhichmightalerthimtoatrulyconcerning
subject
. TherepeatedpoundingattheRepublicannomineeforvice
presidentin1988isanoft-usedtactic
. WithSenatorMcCarthy,thecry
was"Giveusthenames!"WithRichardNixon,itwas"Giveusthetapes!"
WithDanQuayle,itwas"Giveusthefacts!",ignoringthefactthatthey
hadthefacts
. Ineverycasewhereitisused,thistacticispartofthe
cyberneticcontrol .
Today,this"science"ofcyberneticsisnearingcompletionasa
functionofourgovernment,promotedbya"leadership"whohaveknown
exactlywhattheyweredoing
. Therearehundredsofbooksonitnow,in
preciselythe"connectionwithwhatthecommunists(were)doingwithit"
whenPhilbricklearnedaboutitfirsthand .
LookinyourlibraryunderPlanning,ProgrammingandBudgeting
; Delphi ;
Zero-basedBudgeting
; managementsystems,andfollowthereferencesgiven
withthesesubjects .
ThehypeofthemediaspeakseloquentlytotheactivityPhilbrick
described .
VT -
1
4
Thattheessentialfunctionofcybernetics,asappliedbytheMedia,
hasbeeneminentlysuccessful,an"apatheticpublic",seeminglyuncaring
aboutsubversionathome,oraccommodationwithavowedenemiesabroad,is
witness
.
RecommendedReading
"MentalRobots" : LewisA
. Aleson,CaxtonPrinters,1957
THEULTIMATEWEAPON
- 73 -
TheSmokingGun
Leninisreportedtohavesaidthatthewaytodestroyanationisto
debauchitscurrency
. Whetherhesaidthat,originatedit
-
oreven
believedit-
isoflittlemomenttoday
. Thefactisthatthecurrencyof
theUnitedStateslostitsintegrityin193 4,andvariousinterventions
sincethenhavecontinuedthedebauchery
. Whilecrippling,thespoliation
ofthemoneyalonedidnotdestroyAmerica .
Itwasin193 4,too,thatplanstopillagethelawfulgovernmentof
thiscountry -
theConstitution -
weresetintomotion
. Bastardizingthe
principlesundergirdingthatgovernmenthasbeenacontinuingprocess
since
. Morethanhalfacenturylater,whiledamaged,thatgovernmentis
stillinplace .
193 4alsowitnessedtheannouncementbyLavrentiBeria,chiefofthe
Sovietsecretpolice,ofaprogramtodebauchthecharacteroftheAmerican
citizenryasa"necessarypreliminary"totheendofnationhoodforthe
UnitedStates
. Theprogramwascalled"psychopolitics",andamongthe
"students"gatheredatMoscowUniversitytodrinkfromthefountainof
wisdomwhichirrigatedtheSovietsystem,wereassortededucators,planners
andsocialworkers,whohadansweredaCallfromtheUnitedStates'
NationalEducationAssociation(NEA)to"seethefuturework"
.
Theseincidentsarereportedhereasapartialanswertotheeternal
questionastowhetherornotitis"toolate"toputanendtothis
revolution
. Solongasthereisfreedomtosharesuchinformationasthis,
thevictoryovertheforceswhicharemanipulatingtheworldremainsa
possibility .
The"artandscience"ofpsychopoliticswasreputedtobeableto
destroyanationthroughcorruptionofthemindsofitspeople
.

Thereis
substantiveevidencethatthestandards,moralityandintegrityofthe
Americancharacterhavebeensounderminedthatthisnationisnowona
rapidcoursetodestruction . Atsomepointintime,thatcapabilitycanbe
expectedtoreachasaturationpoint,andthewilltoresistbedecimated
.
Unlessoruntilthattimearrives,noefforttoputanendtothis
desecrationshouldbespared .
Thecontinuingreportsoverthelast10yearsoftheexistenceofKGB
agentsactuallyworkinginsideCongressionalofficeswilltakeonawhole
newaspect,oncethestrategiesofpsychopoliticsareunderstood
. Thefact
thattheSovietequivalentoftheCIAhaspenetrated that
areaofour
governmentisofcriticalimportance,especiallyinrelationtothe
elementsofpsychopoliticswhichareputforthintheBeriatext .
Whilethevisibilityofpsychopoliticshasincreasedmeasurablysince
the1950sagreatmanyAmericansfinditdifficulttoacceptitspresence
inour'government'
. Itisofsomeimportanceforyoutoknowthateventhe
groupswhichfirstbroughtthisinformationtopublicattentionwere
concernedabouthowpeoplewouldreacttosuchknowledge . TheAmerican
PublicRelationsForum,aresponsibleassociationofconcernedcitizens,
prefacedthepamphletaboutpsychopoliticswhichtheydistributedbackin
the50swiththisstatement
:
(

"Thisbooklet willsoundsofantasticthatyouarelikelyto
?putitdownindisgust,exclaiming'Thiscouldneverhappenin
America . "
VI - 1 6
Itdoesn'tsoundthatfantastictoday,butitisstillincredible
.

In
thetext,Beriaiscreditedwiththisdescriptionofpsychopolitics
:
"Psychopoliticsistheartandscienceofassertingand
maintainingdominionoverthethoughtsandloyaltiesof
individuals,officers,bureausandmasses,andtheeffectingof
conquestofenemynationsthrough'mentalhealing"' .
Thestrategiesofpsychopoliticsstemdirectlyfromtheexperimentsof
IvanPavlov
. ThepathfromPavlov'slaboratorytotheclassroomatMoscow
Universityisobscure,buttherecordofsocialscienceadvancesisreplete
withreferencematerialdemonstratingtheconnection
. *Reasonsuggeststhat
theartofpsychopoliticswasdevelopedtoplacetheexistingtoolof
'conditionedresponse'inthehandsofsocialscientists,whocouldadapt
the"virusandthegerm"ofpavloviancontrolofmental rocessest .
systematic application, creat ng_ troug direct ed reaction
_ ,. . .
. of_ _ _ the----,
citizenry,"asickness in thebody(politic),whichthenspreadstothe
whole(nation)" .
Informationaboutpsychopoliticswasbroughtout in the50sasaresult
oftheextremepressurestoreformthemethodsandconceptspreviously
involvedintreatmentandhandling of the
"manta v
ill" Oneof North
Dakota'sgreatestsons,_ thelate

-= •-

palced
R
portionsoftheBeriatextbook . . onpschooli

ssional
ecord, condemningtheprocessas,' rdestructionof the mind" . In his
openingremarks6esa-a:
"MrSpeaker,onewaytodestroyanypeopleistod_ gstroy
their
Pal*h
.
Thedestructionofthemind is lessobvious,and
notanopenactofmurder,butthemillionswhohavehadtheir
mindsdestroyedbythisfascisticandcommunisticschemeof .
controllingthepeople,areasdeadasthey
will everbe . . . "

r
Actually,destructionofthemindis
worsethanmurder, foritMUST
includedestructionofthesoulandspiritaswell
.
Thepsychopoliticstextbooknotonlygivesthetechniquesfor
'menticide'(murderofthemind,accordingtovonMeerlo),butitalso
exposesthemeaningofthepressuresregardingthe"mentalhealth"
situation,whichwastakingplacehereinthe50s . Butthebookdidmore
thanthat . Itputinfocusthe
totality oftheplottoruletheworldr-11
throughcontrolofthemindsoftheworld'speoples
.
Theleastinformedamongstuscannowrecognizethatgreatinroadshave
beenmadeintothethinkingofAmericans
. Witnesstheso-called"apathy",
whichpermitsacceptanceofperversionswhichwereunthinkablewhen
psychopoliticsfirstbecameoperativefortyyearsago
. Witnessthe
acceleratingdeclineofbothpublicandprivatemorality,asevidencedin
attitudestowardkillingoftheunborn
; scandalousbehaviorineverylevel
ofsociety,whichreceiveslittleconcern
; tolerationofsexualaberraticns
whichrangethegamutofdebaucheryandareportrayedgraphically in print,
onTVandthesilverscreen,withminimalopposition .
Theveryexistenceofthecomparativefewwhoreactwithconcernto
suchmattersemphasizestheenormityofthesuccessfuluseof
psychopoliticsonthemajorityofcitizens
. Eventhosewhodecrythese
VI- 1
7
outrageousblotchesonthemoresofAmerica,areincapacitatedtoone
degreeoranotherindealingwiththem,becauseoftheirownsubjectionto
thestrategiesinherentinpsychopolitics,whichimmobilizeopposition,and
createdivisionandchaos
.
Inthe50s,"liberals"attackedtheBeriatextasaforgery(ignoring
thefactthataforgery,ipsofacto,presumesanoriginal)
.
"Conservatives"hesitatedatchancinglackofcredibilitybydistributing
it .
Today,lifeinAmericaissoalteredthat,ratherthanseeming'far
out',thecontentofthistexthastheappearanceofbeingablueprintfor
theprocessesbywhichthatalterationhasbeenaccomplished
. It'ssource
isnolongerofanyconsequence
. Itsvalidityliesintheevidenceofthe
activationofitsstrategies,andtheimminentrealizationofits
objectives .
Thoseobjectivesincludecreationofa"slavementality"inthepublic
mindandtransferofthen-existingloyaltiesofthepeoplefromthe
previousmethodsofgoverningtothecommunal"goalsoftheState"
- goals
predetermined,andsecuredbyuseofthesame"artandscience"which
subornedacceptance .
Activationbyagentswithinthe'government'ofthissystematic
subversionofthemindintheformofamanagementandcontrolsystem,isa
/cookinggun,moredeadlyinitscapabilitythananynuclearweapon .
L
ThegoalsoftheState,asenvisagedintheBeriadocument,are
meticulouslydescribedinGeorgeOrwell's"1984" . Offarmoreimportance
thanthat,theyhavebeenputforthintheEisenhower"GoalsforAmericans"
program .
Consider,ifyouwill,thepresenceofKGBagentsinrepresentative
officesinournationasyoureadthefollowingstatement,representedas
partoftheopeningremarksofBeriatothe"students"whoflockedfrom
AmericatotheMoscowSummerSchoolin193 4 :
"Givenashorttimewithapsychopolitician,youcanalter
forevertheloyalty of . . . aleaderinhisowncountry
. .
. andwhen
youhavesucceeded,youwilldiscoverthatyoucannoweffect
yourownlegislationatwill,andyoucan . . . byapretenseasto
youreffectiveness,makeyourcapitalist,himself,byhisown
appropriations,financealargeportionofthequietconquestof
anation . . . "
Addenda :
"Science"Magazinearticle,"ConditionsFavoringMajor
AdvancesinScience",(60such"advances"listed -22directly
involvingTheSystem)1971,Vol . 171
Pamphlet,"BRAINWASHING
-
ASynthesisoftheRussianTextbook
onPsychopolitics"compiledbyCharlesStickley,PhD . 1952 .
THEULTIMATEWEAPON
- 74 - RemovingtheLidonSpending
On4March1958,aCongressmanroseontheflooroftheHouse,to
expresshisoppositiontoHR8002,"theso-calledaccruedexpenditurebill"
.
Inpart,hesaid,
"Theparamountquestionis,willitdowhatitsaysitwill
do? . . .
Itwillnotdoanyofthesethings
. .
. HR8002would
deludethepeopleforone
. .
. (or)twoyears,intothinkingthata
lotofmoneywasbeingsaved
. .
. Itwouldlookattractiveand
painless,butthedayofrudeawakeningwould,ofcourse,
come . . .
"WILLHR8002BRINGABOUTECONOMYINGOVERNMENTEXPENDITURES?
Someofitsproponentshavesaiditwould,butitwill
not . The
peoplehavebeentolditwill
. (But)theHooverCommissionnever
saiditwouldsaveaspecificsum
. Thetaskforceexpresseda
"belief"thatabout$4billionannuallycouldbesaved
. . . No
proof
. Noevidence
. Justpicked(afigure)outoftheair
. . .
justafeelingofsatisfactionthatitwouldsaveseveral
millions . . .
Thisbill,asnowwritten,willcostMOREmoney,notsave
money . . . "
ThatCongressmanwasGeraldR
. Ford(R . Mich) . Hewasaddressingthe
billwhichwasproposedasaresultofarecommendationbytheHoover
CommissiononReroganizationoftheExecutiveDepartment
. That
recommendation
was for anew'cTiiWot budge
ngaidaccountingtobeimposed
onall executive
of fices . Thatphrase,
"budgetingandaccounting"
haslong
beena_ codephraseforthe Planning,
Programming andBudgetingSystem,
and
HR8002was -the_ iri
tiationofgovernmentalapplicationofTheSystem
.
Inhisargument,theCongressmanpointedoutthattheBudgetDirector
hadadmittedthatthestated$4billion'saving'was"intangible"
- and
thatHEdidn'treallythinkHR8002wouldbringsuchsavings
. He,too,had
a"feeling"thatitmightsavetwoorthreemillions
- NOTbillions .
Historyhasrecordedthattheso-called"accrual"billdidnot,in
fact,resultin"saving"money
-
thatithas,rather,removedthelidon
spending,hasCOSTthetaxpayersbillionsonuncountedbillionsofdollars,
andencroachedontheirpricelessheritageofindividualliberty,aswell
.
Thecostswerealreadyastronomical,andthoselibertiesalready
diminished,whenthatCongressmantooktheoathofofficeforthe
PresidencyoftheUnitedStatesofAmerica .
SinceGeraldR . Fordwaspartofthe
unorganizedoppositionto
thebill
whichoene
_ thegovernment door
tothe"spaceage"bu dgetinganda
countingz
system, which was, even then,
accurately described asre
utionarit
mightbethoughtthatone

-_ first
actsofGerald-Ford--as €heoccupant
oftheWhiteHousewouldbetocommenc
e reversing the damage. ,_ _
thatystem
hadalreadydonetothisgovernment,andtorestrainitsencroachment
on
thelivesandfortunesofitscitizens
. Thishedidnotdo
.
Itmighthavebeendifferent,hadthedebatesonHR8002revealedthe
truepurposeofthis"new"accountingsystem,butthatpurposewas
VI -
1 9
carefullyconcealedthen,asItisnow
. Atthattime,justexposingthe
factthattheclaimsmadeforitwerefalse,tooksomedoing
. Thatthis
methodof"accounting"wasashamwasevident,eventhen .
BythetimeGeraldFordtookoverthedutiesofRichardNixon,however,
thewarningsheandhiscolleaguesinthe85thCongresshadissuedhadbeen
revealedtobeaccurate . Bythattime,therevolutionarySystemwaswell
advancedtofullimplementation,despiteaclearandconstantrecordof
failuretoperformasclaimed
.
Therewasampleevidencetoimpelthemaninthehighestofficeofthis
countrytorepudiateaprogramwhichhehadknownfromthebeginningtobe,
ashe,himself,stated,"completelyphony" .
ButGeraldForddidnotdothat
.
Onlyhecantellwhy,astheOccupantoftheOvalOffice,hedidnot
divulgewhyhehasnotrevealedwhatheknewtobefacttothepeopleof
thiscountry,whohavearighttoknow
. Heisnotlikelyevertodothat,
fortherecordindicatesdeepinvolvementofthemulti-national
corporationsinthedevelopmentanduseofTheSystem,fromthetimethey
broughtittothiscountryfromtheSovietUnionin1921,toinstallin
theirvariousenterprises
. GeraldFordisnotthemantoblowthewhistle
ontheEstablishment
. ThestartlingchoiceofFordassecondincommandof
thiscountrymightwellbetiedtohisworkasaCongressman
.
AccordingtochroniclersBarnetandMuller*,"aprincipaluseof
centralplanningintheglobalenterpriseistaxminimization"
. Their
descriptionofthemachinationsinvolvedinsystematicavoidanceofpaying
taxesbycorporateinterestsaretooconvolutedtorecitehere
.
Barnet/Muller,indescribingthecorporatestrategies,pointoutthat
"skilledobfuscationisnowanessentialaccountingtool
. "
"Skilled
obfuscation"iswhatTheSystemdoesbest
. Barnet/Mullersay
:
"Corporationsgivetheirstockholdersonepictureofhowwell
theyaredoing,andtheInternalRevenueServiceanother
. "
Governmentaccountantsgivethelegislatorsandthepubliconepicture
ofwhatisbeingdonewiththepublicmonies,butitsactualuseishidden
intheprogrammedbudget .
Barnet/Mullerquoteafinancialexpertasstatingthat'generally
acceptedaccountingprinciples'asusedincorporatefinancialstatements,
areafiction
. Suchprinciplesarealsoafictionwhenitcomesto
governmentbudgets
. Theyalsoquoteanaccountingexpertassayingthat
"Accountingtodaypermitsashapingofresultstoattaina
desiredend"
.
NoonewhounderstandsTheSystemwpuldtrytorefutethat
.
Accrualaccountingisoftheessenceintheprogramdesignedtoreplace
"horseandbuggy"governmentwith"spaceage"technology
. "Horseandbuggy"
economicsdemandedtheold-fashionedethicofnotspendingwhenyoucan't
pay
. Spaceageeconomicsarebasedonthetheorythatifyoudonothave
money,youusecredit
.
Accrualaccountinglegalizesthemachinerybywhichgovernmentcaneat
itscake,andhaveit,too
.
WhentheproponentsofHR8002boastedofthe"savings"accrual
accountingwouldrealize,theylied
- andthey
knew theylied .
Whatactuallyresultsfromachangetoaccrualaccounting,isaonetime
'surplus',asthechangeoverismadefromcostaccountingtotheaccrual
VI- 2 0
system .
Thatchangeoverallowstheon-handbalancetobeintegratedinto
futureappropriations,showingwhatisreallyaduplicateentry
. It
appearsthatthehopewasthatthe apparent
"surplus"wouldoverridethe
bitewhichcomesinthesecondorthirdyearofaccrualaccounting
- or
thattheshortmemoryofthepublicwouldnotconnectcauseandeffect
.
Afterthatfirstwindfall,theinevitable'shortfall'wouldbehidden
by"longrangefinancing"formultiyearprograms
. Ofgreatestimportance,
TheSystemismanipulative,andthebudgetingandaccountingfunctionsare
usedtolockinprogramsdesignedtorealizethenewGoalsforAmerica
.
TheresultsofHR8002arenowevidentinthetrilliondollarbudget
;
themulti-billiondollardebt
tothe Federal Reserve ; theuntouchable
expensees_ lockd
into
-
ongoing_ long-range programs ; andthoseongoing
programs,_ themsehves
. Allthe s e are a foretaste of - themanagedand
controlled---world- being createdtoday,yffie muttinationars; thePlanners,
theircollaborators--a nd cooperators . .
(LestanythinkKHHhassuddenlybecomeageniusintheworldof
mathematics,pleasebeadvisedthatisnotso . Itwasessential,in
exposingtheSystem,tobeabletodescribethewayitimpactsbudgeting
andaccounting,sofolkslikeyouwhounderstandthesethings,couldsee
howfaketheclaimswere . SoIwenttothelibrary,and,withassistance,
foundbooksonaccrual,fromwhichtheaboveexplanationwasextrapolated .
(Fortunately, I didn'thavetoknowwhatthesestringsofwordsmean
-I
wasalreadyconvinced,whenIlearnedtheplaceaccrualhasintheSystem,
thattheSystemwasaphony,andsowastheuseof'accrualaccounting'
.
Butyou,whodounderstandthesethings,hadtoknowthewayitreally
operates,ifyouweretobeconvincedofthescam,soIhadtodothis
homework
. )
Recommendedreading :
*"GLOBALREACH - ThePoweroftheMultinationalCorporations"
RichardJ . Barnet&RonaldE . Muller- SimonandSchuster1974
.
THEULTIMATEWEAPON
-
75 -
BuggyWhips
andSpaceTechnology
Itwasin1958thatCongressapproved,withnodebate,the"space-age"
systemofaccountingtoreplace"horse-and-buggy"methodswhich,bytrial
anderrorthroughtheyears,hadproveneffective
.
Itwas1969
. whenCaliforniacitizenslearnedthatthis"revolutionary"
systemwasbeinginstalled,withoutfanfareordebate,atalllevelsof
theirStategovernmentandintheirschools
- aswellas
in thoseofother
statesacrossthelengthandbreadthofAmerica
.
Afteralltheseyears,therearesomeareasofthecountrystill
unawarethattheyhavebeenputunderTheSystem
. In1990,therearestill
afewsmallpocketsofgovernmentwhichhavejustbeguntoenterThe
System,suchastheSanJuanIslands,whichconstituteaCountyinthe
StateofWashington .
Situationswhich,inlesspragmatictimes,wouldhavedemandedan
accounting,areignoredtoday
. Thetouted"accountability"ofthePlanning,
ProgrammingandBudgetingSystemisneitherrequestednorrequired
.
BecauseofthedemonstrableinabilityofTheSystemtofulfillitsstated
purposes,thoseareaswherethefinallinksarebeinginstalledarekept
verylowkey
. Hallmarksofinstallationare
: pressurestobuildanew
countycourthouse
; publicacknowledgementthatabreakdownhasoccurredin
controllingpublicfunds
; theneedfornewcomputerstoprovide
'accountability' .
IntheislandcountyofSanJuan,locatedinPugetSoundintheState
ofWashington,preparationsforTheSystembeganseveralyearsago,
centeredontheneedforanewCourthouse
. "Courthouserenewal"isakey
tosystematicentry
. InCalifornia,inthemid60s,therewasasudden
rashof"outdated","inadequatefacilities"allovertheState,whichhad
tobereplaced,justbeforeinstallationofTheSystembegan
. Thiswasto
makeroomforthehugecomputersandthesystemsanalyststomanthem
- but
thatfactwasnotbroughtoutbythepromotersofthenewCountyCenters
.
TheactualbeginningofTheSystemintheSanJuanswasindicatedin
1987,onpage11ofthelocalweekly,undertheheadline,"Systemkeeps
trackofpenniesbutnotthousands"
. ThisdidnotrefertoTheSystem,but
topresentpractice
. Thearticletoldofemployeesfillingoutpurchase
ordersfor
. 59centitems,failingtoreportcostsofsome,andofspending
$5,3 00ononeitembeforefillingoutanypurchaseorders
. Itwasalso
reportedthattherewasnorecordofwhatsupplieswereonhand
. These,
andsimilar,practiceswerecitedasprovinganeedfor"asystematic
approachtocontrollingexpense"
. Bywhatlogiccouldthepeoplebe
convincedthatsuchflagrantineptitude(ordeliberatechaos?)couldbe
magicallytransformedbyadifferentmethodofbudgeting?
Itisgenerallyagreedthat,inpassingProposition13 (whichsparkeda
nationalmovement),Californiansweredemandingacutbackingovernment,
and"accountability"forspending
. Aftercreatingchaosandconfusionover
havingtolivewiththerestrictionsof13 ,theStatesuddenly"found"six
b
illiondollars,withwhichthewillofthepeoplewaseffectively
thwarted . Notonelegislator
demandedanaccountingofthesixbillion
dollars,NORanexplanationofwhythecostly,controversialPPBSdidn't
performitsstatedfunction .
InSanFrancisco,theBayAreaRapidTransit(BART
- designed,
VI - 2 2
constructedandoperatedunderPPB)consistentlyfailedtoprovideits
promisedmerits
; costfarmorethanTheSystemprojected
; andsuffered
serious"accidents"whichwerenotforseennorprevented,butshouldhave
been . NoofficialrecognizedBARTasonemorefailureofthePPBS
.
InWashingtonD . C . ,SecretaryCalifanoofHEW(whichwasplacedunder
TheSystembyLyndonJohnson)wasforcedtoadmitthathisDepartment
'lost'$17milliondollars,whichwasmorethanthatcomplexcostwhenit
wascreatedafewshortyearsbefore . Admittedornot,lossesbyother
departmentsandagenciesarefargreaterthanalltheclaimed"savings"
madebysucceedingadministrationscombined
.
In1989,theBellingham,Washington,localpaperheraldedinbanner
headlinesthefailureoftheState"CommunityServicesManagementand
OperationsSystem"(COSMOS)toperformtheservicesforwhichitwas
installed
. Headlined"FlawedComputerBafflesState",thearticledetailed
acarboncopyinCOSMOSofthefailuresofPPBoverthe20-yearperiod
duringwhichbillionsofdollarshavebeenpouredintotheSystematic
rathole .
ThepaperreportedthatCOSMOSwasscheduledtocost$10,000,000before
thepilotprogrambegan,andthatthatprojectedcostshotupto40
millionsbeforeitwasfinished . CitinganumberofStateofficials,the
articlereported :
"Afteryearsofpublicreportsandinternalmemorandawarning
(that)the . . . Systemwasbeingdesignedpoorly,andhadserious
flaws,athree-monthpilottestprovedthefearswewre
justified . "
Thepaperreporteda1986internalmemowhichlisted"hundredsof
problems"withthesystem,leadingtoa$12,000"analysis"ofCOSMOS,which
identifiedscoresofthoseproblems(butnottherealone) . Another
internalmemocalledforanendto"futileattemptstoconcealthesystems
flaws,and(to)startfindingreal,legitimatesolutions . "
What'sgoingonhere?WHO'sincharge?
UndertheConstitutionalsystemofchecksandbalances,headswouldbe
rollingoversuchgrossmismanagement . Underthisspace-agetechnique,no
oneseemstoknowthequestions,let
alonetheanswers . Nor is-there a,_
legislato
r with
te
nestinalfortitude to stand up and protest, 'let
adone
demandthepromised"accountability" . _
WHY
NOT?ThisisthequestionwhichhauntsPPBimplementation,
everywhere .
Whencitizensforcedlegislativeoversightoftheactivities
surroundingtheentryofPPBSintoCalifornia,
reaction ofthe_ e1Prted
representatives was un
li
vable
.
Individually,they claimedignoranceof
TheSystem,yet, almost
tomma^ -wereresistanttoacceptingthefacts _ _ -
citizens presentedtothem . Onl •,
M

saornstutednepenTent
research; withresults which morethanjustifiedthec3 Ei
-
zen
concerns . He
putoutaWhitePaper,whichgavethelietoeveryclaimmadeforThe
System .
UnabletoresisttheclamorforlegislativeexaminationofTheSystem,
theStateLegislativeJointCommitteeonEducationfinallyscheduledtime
to"hearthecharges" .
CitizenscametotheHearingfromallovertheState,briefcases
bulgingwithsourcematerial,anxioustobeheard .
VI-
23
Insteadoflettingthempresenttheirinformation,andthenobtaining
rebuttalfromofficials
defending
TheSystem,theCommitteespenttenhours
listeningtothesametiredhogwashwhichhadobtainedacceptanceofThe
System,fromthesametiredadvocateswhohadpromoteditinthefirst
place .
Thecitizensstirredrestlesslythroughalongday,asanendlessline
ofpaidhackstoutedthe"merits"ofTheSystem,whilethosewhopaidthe
billsforthatfarcewerenotevenallowedtochallengeoutrageous,
demonstrableliesbeingrepeatedagainandagain,by'expert'after
'expert'whilethedrearyhourstickedaway .
Asthedaydronedintonight,manyofthecitizenshadtoleave,to
catchthelastplanesorbusseshome
. Byelevenp . m
. onlyahandfulofthe
Committeeremainedto"hear"the'otherside'
. Bythen,itwasclearto
theremainingcitizensthatthe"hearing"wasn'tthatatall . Itwasa
sop,designedtoquiettheopposition
. "Youaskedforahearing . Yougot
It . "
Ofthehandfulofopponentswhoremained,mostdeclinedtolenddignity
tosuchatravestyontherighttopetition
. Onelegislatorappearedto
havegonetosleep . Onlyaveryfewofthecitizensstilltherecouldforce
themselvestopresenttheirpreparedargumentstolegislatorswhoclearly
werenotinterestedin
anything theymightsay .
Thequestion"WHYNOT?"stillhangsintheair . WHYwerethose
legislatorsNOTwillingtoexamineanyprogramsoclearlycontroversial?
Whileitisonlytootruethat everylegislatorinofficeatthetime
thePPBSwaslegallypermitted, hadsomedegreeofculpabilityinallowing
it,atthattimecitizenswereonlytoowillingtorecognizethattheir
representativeshadbeenbilkedbyaconfidenceswindleonascalenever
beforeattempted
. (Theevidenceofswindleisoverwhelming . )Byrefusing
toreceivetheevidenceofthatswindle,thoselegislatorsnotonlylost
theirintegrity,buttheirinactionpermittedextensionofTheSystem . It
isnowoperativethroughoutthenation,ateverylevelofgovernment,and
almostuniversally .
Eachpassingdaybringssomeadditionalevidenceofincreasedpowerof
thefederalgovernment,attheexpenseofthe9thand10thamendments,
directlyattributabletothePlanning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSystem .
Everyday,Stateandlocalgovernmentsareplacingnewcontrolsovertheir
citizens - controlsonlypossiblebecauseofthecapabilitiesofThe
System .
THESEaretheimportantissuesoftoday,buttheywillnotbe
acknowledgedinanypoliticaldebates . Watergate,Iran/Contra,House
SpeakerJimWright'specadillos,therisingclamorforConstitutional
Amendments,theproposedConstitutionalConvention(ConCon),oranyofthe
mattersreportedbythemedia,allpaleinsignificance,whentheimpactof
thisSystemisplacedinthescale .
NONEofthecurrentcorrectivesuggestionswhicharebeingputforward
torestorethisnationaddressesthisproblem,whichpervadesevery
recognizedillfacingthenationtoday . NONEofthose"problems"willbe
solved,unlessanduntilsystematicmanagementisrecognizedasaninherent
elementofallofthem,andistakenintoconsiderationinanyattemptto
putanendtothesubversionwhichismakingashamblesofallthatwas
fineandgoodin"horseandbuggy"America .
Addenda :
"WhitePaper" - RobertBurke(R . Assemblyman,OrangeCounty)
**ChairedbyJohnVasconcellos(D-Assemblyman,SantaClara
County)
VI- 2 4
THEULTIMATEWEAPON-76-TheLastHurrah?
Overtheyears,asapplicationofsystemstechnologyincreased,it
becameevidenttothoseofuswhoweremonitoringitthatitspenetration
ofallareasofAmericanlifehadbecomeasalarmingasthefactofits
existence
.
Evenmorealarmingwasthefactthatitsuseasamanagementtoolwas
notbeingrecognizedbyourrepresentatives
. Whilethatisunderstandable
sincesofewofthemevenknewofitsexistence,nonethelessitwasof
strategicimportance
. OfthosewhoknewaboutTheSystem,onlyafraction
reallyunderstooditscapabilities
. Ourconstantefforthasbeentoobtain
recognitionofit,itssources,implementationinourgovernment,and
presentandpotentialusage .
Severaltimessincewefirstlearnedofitsexistenceithasbeen
necessaryforustoreportthatoneoranotherofTheSystem'spotentials
hadbeenmovedintothe"presentuse"file
. Equallyalarminghasbeenthe
factthattheextrapolationswemadefromtheworkingpapersaboutits
potentialhaveprovedtobeaccurate . Thiswasoneinstancewhenitwould
havebeenablessingtobewrong!
Untilthedocumentsinvolvedinreapportionmentfellintoourhands,
therewasn'tsufficientevidencetoconfirmthatsystematicsubversionof
theelectiveprocesswasoperative
. TheSystem'sveryexistencewaskept
solow-keythatmaintainingacredibilitylevelforinformationaboutit
hadbeenamajorconcern
.
Itwasn'tuntil1976thatwelearnedthatitscapabilityfordirecting
theoutcomeofindividualelectionswasoperational
. Foritwasduringthe
bicentennialanniversaryoftheDeclaration_ ofIndPpPndencethatwelearned
thatsystematiccontrolwassoundingthedeathknellforthefreedomo

choi~-eloquentlyexpressedinthatpricelessdocument
:
In1976,TheSystemputJimmyWhointheWhiteHouse
.
Noheadlinesbrokethebiggeststoryoftheyear
. Itmaywellhavebeen
thebiggeststoryofthiscentury
. Tolearnthatfact,onehadtoknowand
recognizetbuzzwordswhichidentifyTheSystemfortheilluminated_
iniates
.

_
--""Someofourreadersmayalsobefansofveterancolumnist/reporter
HillaireduBerrier
. Thosewhoare,haveprobablyreadhisarticle"The
CarterCoup"
. Ifso,didtheyrecognizethetechniqueduBerrierdescribed
ashavingbeenusedtoobtaintheelectionofthepeanutkingasbeing,in'
fact,confirmationofsystematiccontrolofthatelection?
Fortherecord,we"willexaminethatHduBarticle,andhighlightthe
factswhichprovetheuseofsystemsstrategiesinthatcampaign
.
duBerrierquotesfromaLondon"Observer"article
:
"Fouryearsago,thisdeterminedman,supportedonlybya
smallgroupofassistants,
. . . decidedhewantedtheDemocratic
Presidentialnomination,andhebegantosecretlylayhisplans
accordingly .
. . "
(TherecouldbesomequarrelaboutWHOdecidedthis,andwhetherthat
smallgroup"werereally"assistants"orsomethingmore
. Bethatasit
mey,letduBcontinuehisReport
: )
VI- 2 5
" . . . it
wasMiltonKatzwhotookupCarter'scausefouryears
ago . .
. Katz,whohasservedtheFordFoundation,theCarnegie
EndowmentforInternationalPeace,theWorldAffairsCouncil,and
isamemberoftheCouncilonForeignRelations,
. .
. Averill
Harriman,ZbigniewBrzezinski(and)NelsonRockefeller
. . . were
membersofJimmyCarter'ssecretplanningteam
. . . "
HduBthenreturnstotheObserverstory
:
" . . . by
(thetimeof)theNewHampshireprimary,muchofthe
workhadbeendone
. The moodofthe
American people
hadbeen
analyzed,
andithadbeenestablishedhowCartermightturnthat
moodintovotes
. UnknowntomostofAmerica,
theCarterCoupwas
alreadyhalfmade
. "(emp . added,ed
. )
duBerriercontinues :
"Whatwearebeingtoldinasneeringfashion,isthatfor
thepastfouryears,
a group of
intellectuals and
master
conspirators
fromtheRockefellermachinehasbeen studying,
Americanreaction,
analyzing
moods,and deciding
whatTHEIR
choiceoftheperfectstooge
shouldSAYandDO in1976topull
offasuccessfulcon
. "(emp . add . )
WhatHduBandtheObserveraredescribingisaperfectexampleofThe
Systematworkstealinganelection -
takingthedecision-makingprocess
outofthehandsofthecitizens
. Manyofthesephrasesarerightoutof
thesystemstextbooks
. Thisispreciselywhatwehavetriedtowarncould
happen,anditispreciselythewayasuccessfulsystemsoperationwouldbe
managed .
Don'tholdJimmyandhisteamaloneresponsible,though,forthetwo
candidateswhofacedeachotherattheRepublicanConvention
hadthesame
capability,
andprobablyusedit .
Ford,intheExecutiveOffice,hadaccesstothemostcomplete,state
oftheartinformationsysteminthiscountryinhisOfficeofManagement
andBudget
. There,too,whatareprobablythemostefficientcomputersand
techniciansinAmericaaregatheredunderoneroof
. (Thereisonein
Europeofmuchgreatercapacity,withprobablytheworld'smosterudite
systemsmanagers,whichhandlestheentireworld
. Theycallit"The
Beast"
. )
RonaldReagan,ontheotherhand,asGovernorofCalifornia,wasthe
officialresponsiblefortheinstallationofthepilotgovernmentalPPBS
system,whichservedasaprototypeforalltheotherStates
. Ifhedidn't
haveascenarioofhisprospectsforelection,andhisintendedcampaign,
runbeforeheleftoffice,hewouldnothavebeensmartenoughtoplayin
thisleague
. TheexperienceofeightyearsofhisincumbencyoftheWhite
Househasprovedhewas,indeed,leaguematerial
.
ThereisalessoninthisforallAmericans
. TheSystemcanbeusedto
controlANYelection
. Itwas,inalllikelihood,usedinkeycampaignsat
severalpoliticallevelsin1976
. Thereisreasontobelievethatithas
beenusedinsomecongressionalcampaigns
.
WhencitizensofCalifornia,failingtostoptheimplementationofthe
PPBS in
theirState,appealedtoCongressforhelp,theCongress,instead,
installedthePPBSintheCongressionalBudgetOffice,fortheirownuse
.
VI - 2 6
Theargumentforinstallingittherecenteredontheneedtomeetthe
challangeoftheOMBSystem,inordertoneutralizeExecutiveattemptsto
frustrateCongress .
ItmaywellbethatthoseMemberswhomightbeindifficultyintheir
owndistricts,havealreadyprogrammedtheirelections
. Therehasalways
beenanedgeinfavoroftheincumbent,butthePPBScanprovide
assurance
ofanelection
. Especiallysinceonlytheincumbentwouldusuallybe
expectedtohaveaccesstoaprogramsystem .
ThisisbutonereasonwhyAmericansshouldmakeeveryefforttoelect
onlyhonorable,responsiblerepresentivestoCongress,butitisapowerful
one . Therewillcome a
day,unlesstheydo,whenthatwillnolongerbean
option .
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MentalTrojanHorse
Therearetwoavenuesforbringinganindividualoragroupunder
systematiccontrol
. Theymaybeusedseparately,orasadjunctsina
singleassault
. Onewayistoapplyexternalpressures,toaffectthe
subject's
actions .
Thesecondistoapplyconditioningstrategiesto
affectthesubject's mind
.
Thefirstmethodisrecognizable,because,beingexternal,itis
visibleandtangible
. Itplaysonaperson'ssensibilities,causinghimto
modifyhisbehaviorvoluntarily,becauseoffear,shame,ridicule,orany
ofanumberofotherreasons .
Beingrejectedbyassociatesbecauseones'beliefsmarkoneas'outside
thepale'isaparticularlyeffectiveexternalconditioningstrategy
.
Althoughithadbeenusedbeforethen,thismethodbecameofficialpolicy
ofthe"menandforces"withinourgovernmentintheearly60s,withthe
issuanceoftheReutherandFulbrightMemoranda . Whenthosedocuments
identifiedthedangerstoadministrativeplansexistingin"educationand
propaganda"activitiesbycitizensandthemilitary
- activitieswhichran
countertothoseplans - acampaignwasinitiatedtoisolatethosecarriers
ofthegermofpatriotism . Anditworked .
Thesecondmethodofcontrolaltersconcepts,loyaltiesandvalues,and
causes involuntary behaviormodification,becauseofthealteredbeliefs .
Therecordofdirect,external,assaultonthosewhopersistin
exposingtheabusesbeingperpetratedfromwithinthegovernment,hasbeen
comparativelymutedrecently . Alogicalexplanationmightbethatother
meanshavebeenperfectedtoconstraintheopposition
.
Thattherehasbeenahighlevelofpenetrationoftheranksof
patriotshasbeendocumentedbyanumberofresearchers . Itisvisiblein
thephenomenonof'apathy',aswellasinmisplacedornonproductive
effort . The"respectable"'NewRight'ismaneuveredintopositionsof
leadership,fromwhichsubtleencouragementtotarget'noncontroversial'
mattersbleedsoffsegmentsoftheresistancefromproductiveeffort,or,
justassubtly,leadsactiviststoattemptto"workwithinthesystem" .
"Workingwithinthesystem"allowsdirectcontrolofthepersonwho
attemptsit, throughDelphi,groupdynamics,orsimilarstrategies . Such
penetrationcomesundertheheading"externalpressure" . Controlis
exertedthroughmisdirectionofenergytowardnon-productivetargets .
Themajorreasonforthelesseningofviciouspersonalattacks,though,
ismorelikelythesuccessfulinsertionintogovernmentofthemanagement
andcontrolsystemonceknownasPPBS . Itisevermoreobviousthatthe
capabilitiesofTheSystemhavebeenactivated,andarebeingdirectedat
bothspecificandmasstargets .
On4September,1990,Channel5NBC's"TodayShow"wasmadetheconduit
forannouncementofthepenetrationofthisTrojanHorseSystemintothe
mostvulnerable - andcritical - areaofthisbattleforthemindof
America : directapplicationonitsfuturecitizens
.
CallingTheSystem"Zero-BasedManagement"(ZBM),theanchorperson
interviewedschoolactivistsnowworkingwithTheSystemasitis
incorporatedintothecurriculainNewYork,BrooklynandLouisville,
Kentucky
. Louisvi'lle'schangeagentwasablackwomanwhosaidthe
"childrenwillbeteached"(sic)bythisnewmethod
.
Theimpetusforthisexposurewastheannouncementthat80schoolsin
New Yorkwereinitiatingthisefficient"teachingmethod"
. Clipswere
shownofofPS41inBrooklyn,whereZBMhasbeenoperativefor4years .
Theclipsshowedenthusiastic8/9yearoldBrooklynstudentsina
classroompackedwithcomputers .
VI - 2 8
it will be
Intcrrntingtofollowthisexpecteddevelopment,and
determinewhetherthesenrethepilotsforgeneralpenetrationnationwide,
orwhethertheynreincidents
in totalimplementation
. Iftheyarepilots,
theydemonstrateourthesisthatfirsttestingofinnovativeprogramsis
doneinareaswhereleastresistancecanbeexpected
. NewYorkCityand
Brooklynareideal
. forthispurpose,ifonlybecauseoftheirsizeandlack
ofcommunityadhesion
. AsforLouisville,
itis
notdifficulttoenvision
theaviditywithwhichschoolpersonnelwouldsnapatthebaitofthe
unlimited"free"moneywhichwouldpourintotheirdistricttopayfor
participation
.
Itisnottoodifficulttodevelopscenariosformanaging"familylife"
withZBM'efficiency'
. Theultimatetoolofsystematiccontrolis
debauchingofthecitizenryofatargetcountry
. Debaucheryisclearly
rampantinoursocietytoday,the"sexeducation"
in theschoolshasmade
nosmallcontribution in
thisarea
. Thedestructionofthemoralfiberof
Americansisnowherebeingappliedmoreobviouslythanthroughthe
"boobtube"andradio,unlessit
isin
thevariousprogramswhichdirectly
affectschoolchildren
. Withtheaddedcapabilityofsystematic
application,expect -
andlookfor -
evenmoredevastatingeffects .
Theconst
: nntatroasinmediaareasonsexualmattersgoesfarbeyond
theX-andR--ratedmovies
; evenbeyondthesaturationreporting
sexually-relatedincidentsinthe'news'
. Thislatterhasbecomelittle
moret. hanarecital of
ndictionaryoffilth
. Even'family'showsare
includingeducationInguttersex,disguisedasentertainment
. Manyofthe
advertisementsare*either
pornographic,
ordealwithmatterswhichonce
wereonlydiscussedwithaphysician
. Cameraanglesarechosenwhich
forcefullydirectattentiontoareasofthebodywhichdirectthemind
towardprurience
.
Parallel to
thedebauchingofpersonalprinciplesandethics,isthe
debauchingofthegovernment,itself
. Notjustintheassaultson
institutions,ptorndnrenandmethods,whichareobjectsofextreme
- and
justified-
concern,butinthedestructionofthepeople'sconfidencein
thosewhoholdpublicoffice
. Watergate,ABSCAM . andthe'page'scandals,
eachexertpressuretowardreducingabeliefinacapabilityforreform
.
NixonwasreturnedtotheWhiteHouseforhissecondterm,ona
landslideofpublicapproval,onlytobeforcedtoleaveindisgrace,afew
shortmonthslater . Intheprocess,theOfficeheheldwasdiminished
.
Thevictlma
of
AIlSCAM wereallrespectedintheirowndistricts,with
goodandsufficientreason
. Whenthatrespectwasdestroyed,theoffices
they hadheldwerealnodiminished .
Thatmassassaulthada r ehearsal. i n theattackonCorneliusGallagher,
whoseinvestigationinto"behaviormodification"hadbeguntoexposethe
edgesofthedarkestsecretsoftheinsurgentswithinthegovernment
.
LarryMacDonaldhadnotsuccombedtothepressureappliedtohim,nor
allowedhimselftoheinveigledintoacompromisedposition,andthereare
fewhardcorepatriotswhodonotbelievethathislife(and,incidentally,
allthoseothervictimsoftheSovietshootdown)wasforfeit,asaresult
.
Whatmessagedoesthatsendtothoseotherswhomightfeelthattheycould
serveAmericabyacceptingpublicoffice?
flowmanyofthosesamepatriots,though,whomournforLarryMacDonald
whodidnotbreak,arewillingtobelievethatJohnSchmitz,forinstance,
wasjustassurelyavictim,eventhoughhesuccombed?
flowcanAmericanshebroughttounderstandthattheassaultonthemind
isjustasdeadlyasanair-to-airmtssile,,
. andthemorelethal,because
V
t.
2 9
thestrategiesbywhichone'sloyalties,conceptsandvaluesarealtered,
cannoteasilybeidentified?Whomournsfortheyoungvictimsofthe
strategiesofconditioning-America'ssonsanddaughters,lostinthefog
ofdrug-inducedprurience,endinginthehorrendousstatsonteen-age
"suicide" -
or,perhapsevenworse,alonglifetime,sufferingtheresults
ofyouthfulerror?Whoiswillingtolookfortherealcauseofthis
molochiantragedy?
Who will
mountvigilanceagainstthismentalTrojanHorse?
OnSunday,29January,1984,ParadeMagazinedevoteditspagesto"The
BestandWorstof1983 "
. Nowhearthe"BestTVNews"fromthatissue :
"Withoutfanfare,Stimutech,asmallMichigancompany,
introducedanewproductthisweek,thatuses subliminal
perception tohelppeopleaccomplishanyofeightgoals : losing
weight ; stopsmokingordrinkingimprovesexlife,athletic
skills,orstudyhabits ; orboostcareersuccess
. Allwhile
watchingtelevision . "
Anywhobelievethatthosegoalsarethelimitofthiscapability,or
thatsubliminalpersuasionisnew,simplyhavenotdonetheirhomework .
Thefactisthatexternalcontrolofthemindisnowaveryrealfactof
life,andithadbetterberecognizedassuch,beforetherearenoneleft
outsideitsperimetertoblowthewhistleonthisorwelliannightmare
.
RecommendedReading :
"SubliminalSeduction"WilsonBryanKeySignetBooks1972
"ClamPlateOrgySignet1981
`T13 0
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UnwittingAssistants
Duringthe1950s,bellringersfor"MentalHealth"doggedlytrudgedfrom
doortodoor,beggingdonationsfor'local'mentalhealthprograms
.
Legislatorsworkedlonghoursonbillafterbilltryingto'improve'
"mentalhealth"services
; StateafterStatejumpedonthebandwagon,and
uncountableorganizationshad'mentalhealth'asapriorityontheir
agenda
.
Innocentlyornot,ALLsupportersof'mentalhealth'parroted
Establishmentdictaontheneed'to'improve'mentalhealth
. Whetherthey
wereeminentphysicians,psychiatristsorpsychologists
; nurses,teachers
orcommercialentrepreneurs
; PTA'leaders,RedCrossvolunteershousewives
orbankers
; scholars,professorsorlegislators,allfollowedtheStalin
Standard
.
TheMentalHealthmovement,asamovement,waskickedoffatthe
NEA-approvedandpromoted,Soviet-controlled"SummerSchools"inMoscowin
theearly3 0s -
"Schools"attendedby,
hundredsofteachers,socialworkers
and'mentalhealth'practitionersfromtheUnitedStates
. Thekeynote
addressatthefirstsessionwasgivenbythen-headoftheSovietKGB,
LavrentiBeria .
Beriaspokeon"psychopolitics"
. Hetoldtheasssemblagethatitwas
intendedtodealwith " . . .
highlyeducatedpersonnel,theverytopstrata"
ofsociety
. Heassertedthat,bytheuseofpsychopolitics,established
methodsforcareofthe'mentallyill'wouldbeeliminated
. Thus,hesaid,
thewaywouldbeclearedfortheultimateuseofcybernetics . That
ultimateusecouldrendersanepeopleincompetent
; personalloyaltiescould
bealtered
; politicalleaderscouldbemadementalcripples ; mass
"neo-hypotism"couldmakeanentirenationnon-resistant,andevenchildren
couldbe"channeled"intocriminality . Allofthesecapabilitiesfallinto
thecategoryof"behaviormodification" .
AccordingtoBeria,theendresultofsuchmanipulationwouldbe
non-armedconquestofanation .
Althoughteacherseventhenwere"poormouthing"abouttheirlowpay,
anditwasmid-depression,somehowtheyfoundtheabilitytopayforthis
trip . Itmakesonewonder .
Somewherenearthetopofthelistofhorrorswhichcameoutofthat
conclavehastobethefactthatthereisnorecordthatanyofthose
peoplewalkedoutonthelectures,noreverattemptedtowarneitherUnited
Statesofficialsofwhatwenton,ortellthepeoplewhatwassaidanddone
there
. EducationalandEstablishmentdocumentssincethenhavedealt
extensivelywiththesubjectmatteroftheSummerSchoollectures,but
alwaysinapositivevein . Reamsofofficialreportshaverecommended
"behaviormodification"(BM)asatreatmentfor"curing"everykindof
humanproblem,andBMhasbecomeawidelyacceptedinterventionforall
kindsof'problems',especiallyintheschools,whereexperimentationon
thoseleastabletoresisthasalmosttotallydisplacedtheoriginal
purposeofeducation .
Behaviormodificationisthetreatmentofchoiceon"delinquentyouth",
whentheirrebellionbringsaconfrontationwiththelaw .
EvenwhenBMisbeingusedforastated,legitimate,purpose,itis
possibletomodifyother,undisclosed,facetsofbehaviorintheprocess
.
Thereisasuspicionthattheassaultonsmokinghasanulteriorpurpose,
forBMisthemosteffectivemethodofriddingsmokersoftheirfilthy
VI - 3 1
habit .
ThestatementbytheerstwhileSurgeonGeneraloftheUnitedStates
thattheGoalwasnottohaveanentiresmoke-freenation,buttohavea
universallynegativeattitude
onsmokinglendscredencetosucha
suspicion .
BMisanextensionoftheexperimentswith"conditionedreflexes"on
dogsconductedbySoviet'scientist'IvanPavlov
. UntilPavlov'sown
reportsofthoseexperimentsareread,oneisnotlikelytounderstandthe
fullscopeofwhattheycomprised
.
Pavlov(hissupportersdeclare)wasa"greatscientist",dedicated,
kindly,benevolent,agreatRussianpatriot
. Hehad(theysay)nointerest
inpolitics,andmostespeciallynointerest
in
theSoviettakeoverofhis
motherland
. Beingapatriot(theysay)hejuststayed
in
Russiaandworked
undertheenslaversofhiscountrymen,acceptingwithoutquestionthe
increasinglymagnificentfacilitiestheygavehim
.
Pavlov'sownrecordsputthelietomostoftheseartfulfantasies
. lie
wasdedicated,thatissurecertain,andenjoyedwhathewasdoing
. But
wasit"scientific"?Kindly?Benevolent?Whathe"wasdoing"was
devisingwaysofcontrollingthemindbyoutsideintervention
-
andhis
methodswerenotgentle
. Onehastowonderifthesesycophantswhopraise
himsohighlywouldbesosanguineifthetechniquesofComradeIvan
Petrovichweretobeusedonthem!
Theconditioningexperimentsrelatedtocausingdogstosalivateby
usinglightsandbellstosignalfoodofferingsareprobablytheonesbest
known
. Whatisreportedoftheseistheleastrevoltingsideoftheworkhe
did .
lieexplainsinoneofhislecturesthatoriginallyhehadconsidered
usingmonkeysinhisexperiments,becausetheywere"atthetopofthe
zoologicalladder",buthechosedogs"becausetheywereman'sbestfriend"
-
eventothepointofhelpinghimto"emergefromsavagery"
. Themethods
Pavlovusedonman'sbestfriendtendtomakeonebelievethatsomemendid
notemergeveryfar
. Someofhistechniquesarehorrifying,andtheendhe
soughtmakesamockeryofcivilization .
Histechniquesincludedtheuseofstimulationthroughelectricshock,
applyingacidto,andscrapingpiecesofskinfromhistrembling"friends"
.
Applicationofextremeheatandcold
; noxiousfumes
; removalofpartsof
thebrain
. Alltheseandmorewerecoupledwith"rewardandpunishment"to
validatehistheories
. Ofcourse,nooneclaimsthatmanisthedog'sbest
friend .
In1918,aftertheSovietrevolution,Pavlov"hadtheopportunity"to
include"anumberofcasesofinsanity"(humans)inhisexperiments
. From
therecord,itdoesnotappearthatthiswasforthepurposeofhelping
thosepoorsouls,butwassimplyanextensionofhisworkondogs
.
Studyofhislecturesleavesnodoubtthathisrealintentwastheuse
ofmindconditioningthroughreflexactiontobringaboutpredetermined
changes
in
thethoughtprocessofnormalhumanbeings
- nottocorrect
existingaberrations .
PavlovmadenosecretofthefactthathewasadiscipleofDarwin,and
considered(ascommunistsdo)thatmanissimplyahigherformofanimal
life -
withnodivinesparktoseparatehimfromthebeasts
. Itisnot
surprisingthenthathemadenodistinctionbetweenpracticinghis"art"on
theoneortheother .
Oneofhismoreabhorrentexperimentshecalled"TheReflexof
Freedom"
. lietellsofashepherddogwith"especialcharacteristics"
. lie
triedalltheusualstimuli,butnoneofthemworked
. Thenhenotedthat
VI - 3 2
thisdogwasmostcooperativewithoutrestraints
. Pavlovwrote :
" . . .
thedogdidnottoleratebeingtied,norhavingthe
freedomofhismovementslimited
. Beforeustherewasthe
sharplyemphasized
. . . REFLEXOFFREEDOM
. "
Sotheyreallywenttoworkonthisone
. Twentyhoursofstarvation
beforehewasbroughttothetablewasnotenoughtosuppressthisreflex
offreedom
. Electricaldestructionoftenderskin
. Stillhewouldnot
eat .
"Isthefoodreflexweakerthanthereflexofpain?"
askedthe'scientist'
.
Thestimulationwasincreased,timebetweenfoodofferingsmadelonger
.
Stillthisdogdidnotrespond . Stimulationwasstopped,andfoodoffered
again
. Finallyhebegantoeat . Backtothestimuliagain
. Ittookthree
monthsbeforethe"reflexoffreedom"graduallydisappeared .
Continuingtheexperiment,Pavlovdecidedtorestorethedog'sreflex
offreedom,byreversingtheprocedures . Ittookonlyoneandahalfmonths
forthedogtoregainhisstrongrebellionagainstrestraint,comparedto
threemonthstodestroyit . Pavlovthenagainreversedthecourseof
treatment . Thistimeittookonlyanothermonthandahalftofinally
suppressthememoryoffreedomforever . "Then",wrotePavlov, " itwasas
easytoworkwiththisdogaswiththeothers . "AndtheGoalwasachieved .
PavlovsetthatGoal . Thedogwasputthroughtheprogram,evaluated,
foundwanting,andrecycledthroughtheprogramagain,withadded
adjustmentstocorrectpreviousfailure . Evaluatedagain,thedoghad
reachedtheGoal . Anewgoal - tomakeacceptancepermanent,wasset . The
cyclewasrepeatedinreverse,theanimalwastakenbacktothepointof
beginning,thenthecyclewasreversedagain . Thefinalevaluation : "GOAL
ACHIEVED . "Andthisshepherdgavenomoretrouble .
ThisisTheSystemnowbeingusedtocontrolthe"underminingprocess"
ofprogressiveeducationintheUnitedStates,andtodestroythe"reflex
offreedom"inthecitizenrywhichissotroublesomeinamanagedand
controlledsociety .
ThisisTheSystemuniversallyadoptedinthepublicschoolsinthe
UnitedStates .
ThisisTheSystemwhichhasbeeninstalledineverybranchofour
government .
IsthereanyonewhocanjustifytheuseofsuchaSystemundersucha
Constitutionasisthelawfulgovernmentofthiscountry?
RecommendedReading :
"LecturesonConditionedReflex"IvanPetrovichPavlov,
Trans . Ed
. -
W . HorsleyGantt,Vol . I,InternationalPublishers,
1928
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The5-5-5Project
Until1966,governmentimplementationofthePlanning,Programmingand
BudgetingSystemhadbeenlimitedtoitsinstallationintheDepartmentof
Defense(DoD)
. There,noelectedofficialexcepttheResidentoftheWhite
Househadtogiveconsent
-orevenbeconsulted-
andnooneanswerableto
thecitizenscouldinterfere
. LettheGeneralsgrumble,andthechipsfall
wheretheymight,promotersofTheSystemhadafreehandinDoD
.
Inthelate50s,'thinktanks'aroundthecountrybeganperfectingthe
capabilitiesofTheSystemwhichhadbeenincubatedinasupersecret
sectionofthePentagoneversincetheDoDwascreated
in 1947
.
ExperimentalprojectshadbeendevelopedtotesttheefficiencyofThe
System
.
TheremusthavebeenanurgencytogetTheSysteminplace,becausein
1966,beforethereturnswereinontheexerciseofsystemsmanagementin
Vietnam,LyndonJohnsonorderedtheentireExecutiveDepartmenttoinstall
TheSystem
. Again,nootherelectedofficialhadtobeconsulted
.
Evenbeforedoing,that,though, in
1965,Johnsonbegantoapplyhis
manytalentsasapersuadertoobtaingrantsfromCongressfor
implementationofTheSystem
in otherhostgovernmentalbodies . Notthat
CongresswastoldaboutTheSystem
. IfanyMembersknewaboutit,they
weren'ttalkingforpublicconsumption
. Buttheywereinveigledinto
passingtheElementaryandSecondaryEducationActof1965,thePublic
WorksandEconomicDevelopmentActof1965,andtheManpowerAct,allwhich
wereloadedwithfunds- hugeamountsofwhicheventuallyfoundtheirway
intothepocketsofthesystemologists .
Oncethepreparationswereinplace,andthePPBSwasreadyfor
insertioninpilotgovernmentalareas,cooperatorswerefoundatGeorge
WashingtonUniversitytoaccepttheunprecedentedtaskofleadingelected
officialsintoacceptanceofthisscheme .
TheresolutioninCaliforniawhichlegallizedinitiationofthePPBS
therecorrectlylabelledTheSystem"revolutionary"althoughitwas
identifiedonlyasanewmethodof'budgetingandaccounting' .
ThecooperatorsatGeorgeWashingtonUniversity(GWU)gavea
perfunctorybowtothe9thand10thAmendmentstotheUnitedStates
Constitution,astheycredited"representativesoftheStates"asthe
impetusfortheir"5-5-5Project" . Sincethose'representatives'werein
factrepresentingnationalorganizationsaffiliatedwiththeChicago-based
conglomerateknownas"13 13 "(whichhasgoalsofitsown),GWUinvolvement
by-passedcitizenorStateconsent .
The"representativesoftheStates"citedbytheDirectorofthe5-5-5
Projectasinstigatorsofthe5-5-5schemewere :

TheCouncilofStateGovernments ;

TheInternationalCityManagers'Association ;

TheNationalAssociationofCounties ;

TheNationalLeagueofCities ; and

TheUnitedStatesConferenceofMayors .
Thesewerelaterjoinedbyother13 13 groupsinsupportoftheProject .
Implicit in
cooperationfromthebeginningwastheNationalAdvisory
CommissiononIntergovernmentalRelations(ACIR)
. Thisisevidentfromthe
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4
presence of Frank Bane, then-Chairman
of ACIR, as Chairmanof the
State-LocalFinanceProjectAdvisoryCommittee,whichledthe5-5-5Project
tofruition
. ItwasBanewhocreditedtheProjectwithintroducing"anew
wayofthinking"aboutgovernment .
Itisthatnewwayofthinkingwhichisattheheartoftheproblems
citizensfacewhentheyconfrontsuchprojectsasthePPBS
. Thatnewway
ofthinkingnegatestheprincipleofself-determinationandpromotes
deceptionasanofficialandlegitimatemethodofdirectingthepublicwill
towardimposedgoalsandobjectives .
Areportfromthe5-5-5Projectrevealsbeyondtheshadowofadoubt
thatexistingorganizationscomposedofbothelectedandappointed
officials,supportedbythepublicpurse,areactivelypursuingalethal
courseforthisnation . The13 13 connectionisthefountainheadofthe
pollutionofourgovernment,anditisin13 13 thatmeansofcorrectingthe
problemwillbefound . Itisin13 13 thatthetruepurposeofthePPBS
surfaces . Thatpurposerelatestothe13 13 goalofatotallymanagedand
controlledsociety,replacingthetriedandtruehistoric,lawfulsystemof
individualplanningunderwhichthisnationgrewandprospered .
Ascentralizationofcontroltakesplacethroughsocial,economicand
politicalplanning,theinfinitedecisionsoftheprivatesectorare
transferredto'government'
. Thelogisticsofcontrolbecomeunmanageable .
Asingleauthorityassumingresponsibilityforthemyriaddecisionsonce
madebymillionsofindividuals,mustfindawaytocoordinatethose
decisions
.
Theso-calledPlanning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSystemisthewaythe
would-becontrollersdevised .
Asthehelixofregionalism,byitsnature,mustexpandtoencompass
theglobe,so,also,mustthecontrolsystemrequiredtodevisethe
strategiesforincorporatingthemyriad"local"plansintoasinglewhole
.
Nowonder,thenthattherewasanundercurrentofexcitementbelowthe
surfaceactivityofthosewhoweredevelopingandimplementingthePPBS!
Itisaheadybusiness,participatinginamovementintendedtocontrolthe
worldandallofitsinhabitants
.
Addendum
:
"ImplementingPPBinState,City,andCounty
- AReport
onthe5-5-5Project"
; State-LocalFinancesProjectofthe
GeorgeWashingtonUniversity,1969 .
U . S . News&WorldReport,"WillComputersRunFutureWars?"23
April,1962
THEULTIMATEWEAPON
- 80 -
TheShibbolethof"LocalControl"
NoheadlinesbanneredthedecisionreachedbyaSpecialCommitteeof
theIndianaLegislatureonthe16thofOctober,1975
. Thatdecisionwasof
historicsignificance,butitcouldnotbeexpectedthattheMediawould
reportthatfact .
Fortheveryfirsttime,anywhere,electedofficials,aftera
comprehensive,objectivestudyofthePlanning,ProgrammingandBudgeting
System,hadvotedagainstit
.
Thatdecisionwasnot,asoneIndianapaperannounced,simply
"rejectionofa'budgetingandaccounting'systemwhichwouldtieIndiana's
publicschoolstotheUnitedStatesOfficeofEducation",thoughifthat
wereall,therewouldstillbecauseforrejoicing
. Buttheramifications
ofthatvotewereincalculablylargerthanthat .
Fouryearsbefore,Indiana'sLegislaturehadbeenconnedintoapproving
abillrequiringanewsystemof"budgetingandaccounting"fortheState
Schools,justaswasdonethroughouttheseveralStates . Justaswasdone
everywheretogetthemachineryofthePPBSrolling,Indiana'slegislators
weresoldabillofgoods,withoutanyadverseinformation .
ThatbillbecameIndianaPublicLaw3 09,anditmandatedcompliance
withanewsystemfor"budgetingandaccounting"by all localschool
districtsunderpenaltyofretaliatoryactionbytheState . Thesystemwas
tobedevelopedforalllocaldistrictsinIndianabyanappointed
CommissiononGeneralEducation(CGE)createdforthatpurpose . Nofurther
legislativereviewoftheactionofCGEwasrequired
.
ThatmandatewasablankcheckfortheproponentsofthePPBS,withno
oversightbytheelectedofficials . WhetherthatCommissionfollowedthe
Californiastrategyandhiredafirmspecializing
in systematic
applicationsisnotdisclosed
in thedocumentsavailableforthisreport,
buttheoddsarethatitdid .
RecognitionbytheLegislatureofwhattheCGEcreatedunderthemandate
ofPL3 09wasslowincoming . Citizenconcernbegantogrowasaresultof
theevidenceprovidedbyimplementationofthePPBS in theDistricts,and
becauseofinformationreceivedfromCaliforniaaboutthetruenatureof
thePPBS
. Turningtotheirstaterepresentativesforexplanationofthe
authoritygivenforthis"budgetingandaccounting"systemtoalterthe
purposeofschoolprograms,thecitizendemandscausedtheLegislatorsto
createthisSpecialInterimCommitteetoexaminetheprogramdevelopedwith
CGEdirection .
UndertheableleadershipofStateSenatorJoanGubbins,theInterim
Committeemetthroughoutthesummerof1975,takingtestimonyfromthe
public,aswellasfromtheofficialswhowereimplementingTheSystem .
ThepublictestimonywasoverwhelminglyadversetoTheSystem,and
substantiveinformationwaspresentedwhichjustifiedtheopposition
.
FindingmeritinthecasepresentedagainstTheSystem,theInterim
Committeemetitsresponsibilityregardingthe
. PPBSasnootherlegislative
grouphasdone,eitherpriortoitsFinding,orsince . Insodoing,it
gavethecitizensofIndianathefirstopportunityanywhere in thiscountry
toconfronttheirlegislatorswiththerealissuesofthePPBS,thus
permittinganinformeddecisiononTheSystem .
Fortheveryfirsttime,alegislativebodywasgoingtovoteonthe
PPBSwithfullknowledgeavailableastothenatureofTheSystem,its
capabilitiesandpotential .

Untilthen,nosuchbody,possessedoffull
knowledge, hadbeenaskedto"bitethebullet"
.
Whatanexamplewashelduptotheshilly-shallyinglegislatorsin
CaliforniabytheactionofthatCommitteeinIndiana!Themassivecitizen
campaigninCalifornia(aidedbyoneloneassemblyman),toforce
examinationofTheSystemwasabortedineveryconfrontationbythe
commitmentoftheproponentsofthePPBS,withtheprestigeofthe
Governor'sOffice,thecomplianceoftheStateSuperintendentofPublic
Instruction,andtheStateAttorneyGeneralprovidingsupport
.
ThatCommitteeinIndianaprovidedanexampleaswellforTexas'
legislators,whosupportedthe"GoalsforTexas"despitetheintegrationof
thePPBinthoseGoals
; forMaryland,whereStatelegislatorssuppliedthe
PPBtrainingtotheBaltimoreRegionalPlanningCouncil'sschemeto
inaugurateTheSystem in
thatregion,evenwhilethePPBwasbeinginserted
intotheStategovernment
; forNewYork,whereStateofficialsofferedthe
wholeStateasapilotforPPBdevelopment,justaswasthe-casein
California,Wisconsin,MichiganandVermont
; for Ohio
. whereelected
officials_ _ lavkedtheothe
r waywhileDaytonjo3 ne~the
"5-5-5" pilot
project
; andforalltheotherStates,citiesandcountieswhonowarein
fullparticipationinthisfraudulentscheme .
IftheIndianaLegislatureasawholehadfollowedtheadviceofthe
InterimCommittee,amajorstepwouldhavebeentakentowardrelievingthe
educationofthechildren
in thepublicschoolsfromthecentralcontrol
whichTheSystemsupplies
. IfjustoneStatewoulddenyimplementationof
TheSystem,thatwouldbreakthechainwhichprovidesthelinkageforthe
totalsystem .
ItisimportantthateverycaringcitizenoftheseUnitedStatesknow
whathappenedinIndiana,forthestrategyofsubversionusedthereto
aborttheintentoftheLegislaturehasbecomeStandardOperatingProcedure
whereverthereisaneffectivechallengetoanyaspectofTheSystem
.
OnlythegreatestrespectandgratitudeareduetoSenatorGubbinsfor
hercourage,competenceandsheerhardworkinconductingtheextensive
hearingsrequiredforatrueunderstandingofthePPBS,andfortakingthe
resultingdecisiontothefullLegislature
.
TheIndianaChapterofProAmerica,which,undertheableleadershipof
PresidentJeanHarvey,sponsoredCitizenForumstobringtheworkofthe
InterimCommitteetotheattentionofthepublic,alsodeservesthehighest
praisefortheiroutstandingcitizenship
.
DespitealltheeffortwhichwentintobringingthisSystemtopublic
scrutiny ; despitetheclearintentoftheStateLegislaturetorespond
positivelytotherequestthatTheSystemberecognized
initstotality,
theforcespromotingitstillwonthebattle .
Fortheunprecedentedopportunitytobreakthelinkageofsystematic
subversionwassiderailed,andtheLegislaturewasencouragedtosimply
removetheMANDATEforTheSystem,withoutdenyingimplementation
. This
wasthesamestrategyused in
California . Bythetimethebillfromthe
IndianaInterimCommitteereachedavotebythefullLegislature,ithad
beenmodifiedtopermitlocaldistrictstoimplementorrejectTheSystem,
under"localoption" .
Localoptionisaninnatepartofrepresentativegovernment,butitcan
bedevastatinginarevolutionarysituation .
UndertheConstitution,localdecisionmakingisthecornerstone in the
foundationofliberty .

Intheprocessofimplementingthe"impossible
dream",'localoption'hasbecomeamereshibboleth
. Thereisnowmassive
acceptanceofthe"management"functionsofTheSystemamongintellectuals,
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7
particularlythosewhoselivesaretiedinto'education'
. "Localcontrol"
ineducation,wasanearlycasualtyoftheassaultbytheRockefeller
GeneralEducationBoard
. (See"Suffer,LittleChildren")
InCalifornia,thereisaprintedrecordofthedeliberate,determined
schemingto"prepareeducationalplanners"priortoanyovertmovetoput
TheSysteminplaceineducation
. Schoolpersonnelweretrainedfor
systematicapplication
; programsweredevelopedtouseTheSystem
;
textbooksdesignedtoapplysystemstechniquestothelearningprocesswere
adopted
; computerswereinstalledtooperateTheSystem
. Everythingwas
"go",
beforetherewasanyauthorityforimplementation
. TherewasnoREAL
"localoption" .
TheresultsofthatIndianadecisiontogive"localoption"freereign
inthematterofTheSystem,aswellastheevidenceofsystematic
subversionoftheeducationalprocessthroughoutthecountry,suggestthat
thesepreparationsforimplementationwereendemic
.
Thedecisionwasmadelongbefore,andfarfromthelocaldistricts
.
Indiana'sLegislatorsdidnotknowthat,though,astheyleftthedooropen
forTheSystembynotrejectingitoutright
.
ThefactisthatthereisanintentforPPBimplementationtoplace
controlsovereveryfacetofhumanaction
. Ifthisisaccomplished,the
ages-olddreamofEverymanforhumanlibertywillfadeintothemistsof
thepast,andtheimpossibledreamofaworldwidecontrolbya
self-appointedgroupofmegalomaniacswillbethenewreality
.
THEULTIMATEWEAPON - 82
-
Brainwashing
OneofthefewpeoplewhorecognizedwhatwasbeingdonetoAmerican
"prisonersofwar"(POWs)inKorea,EdwardHunter,graphicallydescribed
howthetechniquehenamed"brainwashing"wasalsousedonanentire
populationinChina .
Hunterhadbeenajournalist,aforeigncorrespondent,reportingonthe
fareast
. LikeDonBell(andmanyotherswhoreportedwhattheysaw,
whetherornotitfollowedthemedia"line"),whenhereturnedtoAmerica,
Hunterfoundthat,inordertoretainhisintegrityhecouldnolonger
writeformajoroutlets
. Hestartedtopublishaprivatenewsletter,free
fromtheconstraintsofthe"kept"press
.
In1971,aleadarticleinoneofhisnewsletters(Tactics)opened
severallinesofthoughtnotusuallyconsideredinreferencetomanaged
news . Itwasasignificantarticle,andleadstofurtherspeculationabout
thesubjectmatter .
Tellingofhisowndaysasacubreporter,when"journalists"were
"newsmen",wholearnedthebusinessfromthebottomup,andwereproudof
theirprofession,EdHunterpointedout :
"Nowtheyhavetobeproductsofcampusandcollege
indoctrination,andusuallyhavegraduatedfromsomeschoolof
journalismaswell . .
. Newsmenbelievedthen(whenhewas
startingout)intellingastoryasitliterallyhappened
. Now,
theyengageinso-calledinterpretation . . .
and,insodoing,
todays"journalists"havelosthonoralongtheway . "
Oneofthefirstpiecesofadvicegivenacubreporteris"neverplay
downabigstory",whichisfine,aslongasthestoryistrulytold
.
Today's"journalists",however,oftenstretchastory,over-emphasizeit,
minimizeitsimportance,orconsignittotheroundfile,forpurposes
otherthaninformation
. Thisisabasicreasonwhythenewsmediaisin
suchdisreputetoday .
Insuchacase,avaluejudgementhastobemade,and,toooften,the
judgementplacesonthefrontpagewhateverlendsitselftodowngradingthe
UnitedStates,itsrealimage,ormerit
. Sometimesthat'judgement'
censorsorsuppressesstorieswhichfavortheplussesoftheAmerican
position .
Huntersaidthattoday'sreporters,editors,andcolumnists"becomeso
blindedbyanythingwhichcontradictstheirbigstory
. . . thattheyfailto
recognizetreasonwhenitstaresthemintheface" .
Itcouldbefruitfultopursuethelineofthoughtaboutschoolsof
journalism,andperhapsdeterminehowmuchofthatblindnesscanbelaidat
thosedoors,forsuchschoolstypifyatrendineverycareerfieldtoday
.
Where,previously,eachprofessionhadapprenticeships,
on-the-job-trainingforyoungstersfreshfromfarmorpublicschool,tobe
journeymen,andthenartisans,today,these
schools dothattraining .
Givenadesiretomakeovertheworld,nobettermethodcouldbefound,
thantochannelfreshyoungmindsintoschoolsofindoctrination,where
theycanbeconditionedtousetheirtalents,andtheirprofession,fora
dualpurpose
. Anoldsawhasitthat"Themascan,does,andthemascan't,
-teach"
. Whywasn'titbetterfortheyouthtolearnfromthosewhose
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proficiencywasestablished,ratherthanfromtheorists?Coulditbethat
therewasanotherreasonthanlearningatrade?
Untilabout20yearsago,theindependentpaperswhichstillserved
localcommunitieswithintegrity,becamethenew"massmedia",aswordgot
aroundthattheyproudlycontinuedtofulfilltheirresponsiblityof
helpingtosustainafreesocietybyaccuratelyreportinghardnews
. Most
oftheeditorsofthesesmallpaperswerealsothepublishers,wholearned
theirtradeasEdHunterdid -
intheschoolofexperience
. Theyknew,
respected,andlovedtheirprofession .
Asthemajormediaincreasinglyservedadifferentmasterthanthe
public,"letterstotheeditor"fromreadersthroughouttheUnitedStates
begantoappearontheOpEdpagesofthesesmall,localpapers
. Tinytowns
inCalifornia,theOzarks,Illinois,andelsewhere,becameknownto
citizensineveryState,becausetheyreportednewsnotfoundinthebig
citydailies .
Unfortunately,manyoftheselocalpapers,runbypatriotic,
responsible,newsmen,wereinjeopardy
. Caughtinthebindofescalating
costs,minimaladvertising,andanother-orientedsociety,manyofthem
couldnotbringinenoughmoneytomakeendsmeet
. Mostofthesepapers
weredependentonolderprofessionalstoretaintheircharacter,andthe
handwritingwasonthewall
. Therewasnobandoftalent,trainedasthey
were,onlinetofollowintheirfootsteps
. Whentimecaughtupwiththem,
therewouldbenoonetopickupwheretheyleftoff
. Atsomepointin
time,thedaycomeswhenthesepublishersarenolongerabletocarryon
.
Whathappensthen?
Manypapers,stillseeminglylocal,arealreadyaffiliatesofnational
combines,and,exceptforlocalnews,printonlywhatcomestothemas
"cannededitorials"andfeatures
. Evenlocalnewsiscoloredbyeditors
whoholdtheirjobsbecausetheydon't'rocktheboat'bytruthfully
reportingwhatlocalofficialssay,orfailtosay,areorarenotdoing,
inregardtothelargerissuesoftheday .
Bysuchreporting,citizensaredeniedtheknowledgetheyneedto
becomeawarethatthe"big"problemstheyreadofinthe"big"papers,or
hearonradioorTV,are,infact,growingfromseedintheirown
backyard .
Citizensaredenouncedas"apathetic",whenthetruthisthattheyare
notreceivingtheinformationnecessaryforthemtoprotecttheir
liberties
.
Thoseeditorswhofailintheirboundendutytoreportthenewswould
denyvigorouslythatto"remainneutralregardingtheirowncountry'slife
anddeathstruggle"isaformofbrainwashing,andanabrogationoftheir
responsibilitytoreportthetruth,withoutfearorfavor
.
Toooften,eventhoseeditorswhoarefarfromneutral,personally,
cannotbringthemselvestotackle'controversial'issues,becausetheyfear
lossofcommunitysupport
. Anyappreciablenumberofcancellationscould
makethedifferenceinkeepingthepaperafloat
.
Toooften,thatfearisjustified,becausetoomanycitizenshavebeen
conditionedtorejectcontroversy,orarelessthanenthusiasticabout
learningwhatisreallygoingonaroundthem
. (Iftheyknew,theymight
havetodosomethingaboutit,andthatmightupsettheirroutine
. )In
suchcases,aneditorfindsthereisnoprobleminhiringareporterwho
hastiestoenvironmentalcauses,or'women'slib',but
will nothire
anyonewhoisknowntoopposetheseissues,orwhohasmadewavesaboutany
of themajorissuesoftheday
.
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40
Yourtypicallocalpublishercannot'afford'togivehisreaders
anythingbutwhatthey'want',solet'shearitforthelocalgardenclub,
thelocal'boosters'club,thehighschoolfootballgames,andthePTA .
Thesepresentday'local'paperswon'tplaydownthebigstories - they
willjustignorethem .
THEULTIMATEWEAPON -
81 - TheSecretAgenda
Anyprogramwhichusesallthechildreninthepublicschoolsof
Americaasguineapigsisadangerousexperiment
.
APandora'sboxwasopenedwiththepassageoftheElementaryand
SecondaryEducationActof1965(ESEA'65) . UnderTitleIIIofthatAct
(PublicLaw89-10)justsuchaprogramwasmandatedbyCongress
.
UnderTitleIII,oceansof"federalfunds"floodedthecountryto
create"regionalcenters"chargedwithdeveloping"innovative"programsfor
theschools
. Bydefinition,"innovative"equalsexperimental . Itcouldbe
expectedthattheeducationalestablishmentwouldrespondwithawill,but
whyStatelegislatorswouldsupinelyallowthisintrusionintotheir
territorycanonlybeansweredbythosewhopermittedit . Withinayear
thecountrywasnetworkedwithsuchcenters . Fromthosecenterscamethe
implementationofthePlanning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSysteminthe
educationalarena
.
InadditiontocreatingthecomponentsofTheSystem,TitleIIIalso
inspiredhundredsofpotboilerprograms . Thecontentofmostofthese
stronglysuggeststhatthefederalfundstheywouldbringintoadistrict
weretheironlyreasonforbeing . Manyofthemheldextremelyquestionable
intrusionsintothelifeofthechild,andofthefamily . Nexttopilot
programsforsystemsappplication,"familylifeeducation"(sexed)wasa
majorcontenderforsecondplaceintheresponses .
In1967,CongressamendedtheESEAtorequireacomprehensiveState
PlanforEducation,asaprerequisiteforfurtherfunding . Bythenthe
StateshadgrownaccustomedtothefloodoffundsfromWashington,and
rushedtocomplywiththislatestmandatetocontinuetheflood . The
Californiabilltocomplywasprobablyfairlytypicalofthosepassedin
otherStates,soweofferitasanexampleofhowlegislatorsarewilling
togiveuptheirConstitutionalobligationtomaintainStatesovereigntyin
returnforfilthylucre .
California'sAssemblyBill1865wasthechosenvehicletobowtothis
latestrevolutionarymoveinthatState . AB1865statesitspurposeup
front
"Itisthepurposeofthischaptertojointogetherthe
UnitedStatesOfficeofEducation,theStateofCalifornia,and
local
schoolsystems,tobringpurposefulchangeand
experimentationtoschoolsthroughouttheState,throughuseof
allavailableresourcesoftheState . "
Nothingcouldbeclearerthanthat .
OurlocalpublicschoolsweretobecomeanofficialpartofaNational
EducationSystem,whichwaspurposefullyto experiment withtheeducation
ofourchildrenonavastscale - tobringabout"change" .
Consideringthefailureoftheeducationalestablishmenttoperformits
expecteddutieswhichwassoevidentin1965thatitwaspossibletoenact
suchabillasESEA,itisunderstandablethatsomemightsay"It'sabout
timeforachange!" - iftheywerenotawareofthechangeintendedby
thoseinchargeofeducationalmatters .
UnderESEA'67,itwasalsorequiredthateachStatehavean'advisory
council'aspartoftheStatePlan . InCalifornia,thatCouncilwascalled
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2
TheEducationalInnovationsAdvisoryCommittee(EIAC),andEIACwas
the
principalchannelforinsertingthePPBintheStateschoolsystem
.
Itbeingthenatureofbureaucraciestoexpandtheirpowerand
influence,theseadvisorycommitteeswerenoexception
. Inalmostnotime
theyhadformedanationalcommitteeofStateAdvisoryCommitteeChairmen,
tosharetheirsuccessesandfailures,andtoworkout'problems'
.
Attheirfirstmeetingtheyheardsomeveryinterestingremarks
.
froma
mostsurprisingsource
. CongresspersonEdithGreenofOregonwasa
qualifiedliberal,yetshesurprisedheraudiencewithsomewarningsabout
theirenterprise
. ShesaidthatexperienceinOregonhadshownthat,if
therewere50problemswhenofficialsfromthefederalOfficeofEducation
(OE)arrived,therewere100whentheyleft
. Alaterspeaker,RoyWarner,
fromtheOEtoldtheseinnovatorsthattherehadnotbeenmuchhard
evidenceofsuccessfromtheinnovativeprojects,butthatifsuccesshad
tobetheproduct,TitleIIIwouldserve
.
Amongthestatedpurposesofformingthatnationalassociationof
chairmen,were
:

toassistallStateAdvisoryCommitteesthroughexchangeof
informationonproceduresandpromisingpractices
;

toimprovepractices
;

toimprovetheenvironmentforinnovations(createaclimate
forchange-ed . )

toestablishallianceswithothergroupsandagenciesto
supportinnovations
.
Wherewasthecommitmentofthese'educators'tothechildren?Itwas
notthere .
WHEREistheorganizationwhichwillestablishalliancewithgroupsand
individualswhoaredeterminedtoresistcreationofatotalfederal
monopolyofeducation?
Whatshareofthepublicpurseisavailabletomonitortheseuntried
programs?
Whowillassistinexchangeofinformationastothecostsofthese
innovations -
intermsofdamagetoinnocentchildren,aswellasfinancial
burdensontheirparents?
Howmanycitizensknowthattheirchildrenaretobethevictimsof
suchamonumentalexperiment?
Thissecretagendawashelpedtoremainaclosedbookthroughthe
tacticofgivingtheprogramsnameswhichhadacronymsthatcouldbeused
forreference,thushidingthenatureoftheprogram
. Therewasagrim
humorwithintheestablishmentinworkingouttitlestobeusedthisway
.
ThusPEPreplacedPreparngEducationalPlanners
. Theacronymupbeat,the
truetitleagiveaway
. PERasoftsellforPlanning,Evaluation,Research
.
PACE(thegenericacronym)forProjectstoAdvanceCreativityin
Education .
Two"experts"werebroughtintosetuptheNorthernCalifornia
RegionalCenter(ERA
-
EducationalResourcesAgency)
. Inaprepared
statementthesetwonotedthattheeducationalsystemwascaughtina
"crueldilemma"
. Theyclaimedthat"changesinsocialandeconomicforces"
andin"attitudesofthecitizenry"posed"achallengeofhorrendous
proportions"toeducationalinstitutionswhichneededtoplanforchangein
ordertorespondtoit
. Inthreeshortparagraphstheyusedthewords
'change'or'changing'ninetimes
. AndsotheycametoCaliforniatosolve
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- 4 3
itsproblemswithathree-stagecyclefor"developinganorganizational
strategy"tofitthatstateintotheworldofthefuture
.
Therewerenohearingsheldaboutsettingupthisregionalcenter
. It
wascasuallybroughtupatlocalschoolboardmeetingsassimplypartof
theagenda
. Themostavidgovernmentwatcherswereunawareoftheportent
containedinthisagencywhichheldsuchtremendousimportforthefuture
oftheirchildren,themselves,theirState,andtheentirenation .
Onceformed,theNCSACC(NationalCommitteeofStateAdvisoryCommittee
Chairman)backedoffintotheshadowyworldwherethesecretagendaof
Establishmentprogramsareshapedandmoldeduntiltheyarereadytobe
handedtolegislatorsforimplementation .
THEULTIMATEWEAPON
- 83 -
ThePragmaticApplication
ofDeceit
TheunbelievablereactionfromthelegislatorsinCaliforniato
exposureofthePPBSmadeitnecessaryforcitizenstoseekanswerstosuch
questionsas"Whydononeofthemacceptthecopiousevidence?" ; "Whyis
theresuchaSystem?" ; "Howdiditemergefullblown,withso little
knowledgeaboutit?" -
andahundredmore
.
Itwasalaboriouschore,diggingouttheoriginsofthislong-secret
program . Thelegislativetrail,justinCalifornia,wasfoundtoleadall
thewaybacktotheearly60s . Atthislatedate,itisapractical
impossibilitytoplaceamarkeronthefirstpenetrationinotherstates,
butthereisreasontobelievethatCalifornialedthewayinthis,asin
somanyotherpilotprojectsfortheNewSocialOrder .
TheearliestStatelegislativerecordwefoundwasareportfromthe
CaliforniaAssemblyInterimCommitteeonEducationinthemid-60s . Aswas
provedtobethefactsomanytimes,
unlessoneknewaboutTheSystem,and
knewtheeuphemismsusedtodisguiseit,thatreportwouldhavegivenno
hintofwhatwasreallybeingdiscussed .
Titled"TheTangledWeb',thatreportwasamasterfulexampleofthe
pragmaticapplicationofdeceit . Ifyouremembertheolddoggerelwhich
containsthatphrase,theverytitleofthatReportproclaimedthattobe
so . Forthosewhomaynotrememberthatoldsaw,itgoes :
"Oh,whatatangledwebweweave
Whenfirstwepractice-todeceive!"
Deceithasbeenthehallmarkoftheprogressofthisrevolutionfrom
thebeginning . Itwasusedinthe1913 grandslam, when the federal
reserve,theprogressive income tax an

a direct electionofSenators
,,taresmearedacro

eace ace oftheContttution,anddeceithasbeena
constantblotchonthefundamentallawofourlandeversince .
DeceitwasneededtoforwardtheprogramsoftheSEB/GEB(See"Suffer,
littlechildren") . Itwaspresentinthetransferofthemoneycenterfrom
theCongresstotheexecutiveintheBudgetActof1921 . Itwastherewhen
thefirstattemptwasmadetoestablishaFederalOfficeofEducationin
1923
. Hiddeninthatbill(HR2923 ),behindthemanymoreeasilyrecognized
radicalretreatsfromtraditional,localeducationpolicy,wasaCallfor
"agreatnationalresearchagency"to"makestudies,andcollectfactsand
statistics"for"thebenefitofeducation" . Thesedescriptorsarestill
beingusedtodenotethepresenceofTheSysteminmanyoftheimplementing
documents .
DeceitwasimplicitintheprogramsforeducationwhichCongressman
Shaferdocumentedin1951*,andintherelatedprogramstheHon . JohnT
WoodofIdahodocumentedthatsameyear,whichhedescribedas"the
greatestsubversiveplotinhistory"
.
DeceitwasessentialtopassageoftheNationalDefenseEducationAct
of1958(NDEA'58),inwhichthegroundworkforTheSystemnationallywas
laid,forNDEA'58beganimplementationof"dataprocessing" . NDEA'58was
alsothefirstmajorstatutewhichsucceededinusing"federalfunds"to
forcetheStatestoacceptfederalmandates .
Deceitandindirectionaccompaniedtheefforttocreate"AFederal
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5
EducationAgencyfortheFuture",the1962versionofthe1923 Federal
OfficeofEducation
. Thelate,greatCongressmanfromOhio,JohnAshbrook,
ledtheoppositionwhichpushedthatoneofftheschedule .
Pragmatism,indirection,misdirection,semanticsandacallous
disregardforlegalconstraintshavecharacterizedtheentirehistoryof
thissubversiveplot
. Nowonderithascomesoclosetorealization!But
thetruthisamatterofrecordandcannotbegainsaid . Itexistsinthe
minutesofcommittees,commissions,andboards ; inreports,masterplans,
laws,executiveorders ; incontemporarybooks,magazines,andperiodicals
.
Inmostoftheseanartfulpresentationneedsdecoding,butthefactsare
therefortheseriousseeker
. OnceTheSystemisrecognized,itisnothing
shortofamazinghowitemergesfromthelabyrinthofnewspeaksoclearly
onewondershowitcouldhavebeenoverlooked
.
Collegesanduniversities,publicandprivate,havebeenusedto
developtheconcepts,plansandprograms,andcadreshavebeenrecruited
theretocarryTheSystemtofruition . Thinktankswerecreatedtoadapt
TheSystemtocomputers,todeveloppracticalapplications,andtodevise
waysandmeanstocircumventresistance .
In'government',untilitwasreadyforinstallation,TheSystemwas
advancedmainlythroughthePentagon,andtheclonecentersitcreatedto
developcomponentsofTheSystem,withtheapprovaloftheexecutive,and
theknowingorinnocentcollaborationoflegislatorsandselectedcitizens
whoareappointedtocommittees,commissionsandboards,wheretheir
cooperationisassured
. Iftheyarenotalreadycollaborators,theyare
madesobyusingthestrategiesofTheSystemonthem .
ElectedexecutivesintheStateshavefurtivelyaggrandizedtheirpower
andinfluenceattheexpenseofthelegislativebodies,which,inturn,
havebeensubornedintorelinquishingtheirmandatedauthority,
responsibilityandaccountabilitybydelegatingthedutiesoftheiroffice
tothose'citizenscommittees'andappointed"commissions" .
Earlyeffortsto'sell'thissubversionasameansof"economyand
efficiency"wereallowedaquietburial,aseconomyandefficiencywere
demonstrablythefirstcasualtiesonthisfront
. Reportsfromthe
CaliforniaLegislativeAnalyst,asTheSystembecameoperativedisclosean
unbelievableprofligacy,whichlegislatorschosetoignore
.
TheestimatedcostofinsertionofTheSysteminCaliforniaalone,over
theten-yeartimeframeofexpectedimplementation,wasputat$98million
dollars,plusestimatedannualcostsof$13 millions
. ONEYEARafterthat
estimatewasgiventhelegislature,costswereexceeding$3 0millionayear
-
oraprobableten-yearprojectionof$3 00million -
yettherewereno
screamsfromtheCapitol!Thatsameyear,TheSysteminthe
Federal
Departments,
accordingtotheGAO(GeneralAccountingOffice),cost$550
millions - anditwasoperatingat
twopercentefficiency!
Thisschemeisafeloniousattackonrepresentativegovernment,anda
revolutionwithintheformofthatgovernment
.
Itismorethanthat
. Itcontains,asanessentialelement,anassault
ontherightofeverymantodeterminehisowndestiny
.
Thereisnowayitcouldhavereacheditspresentstatuswithoutthe
pragmaticapplicationofdeceitwhichhascharacterizeditfromthe
beginning .
Recommended :
"PPBS -
QuestionsandAnswers",1971 -
JohnHartReferenceLibrary
VI - 46
Suffer,LittleChildren
c h :

p a :
84TheCommonMind

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85TheMec ha nic s

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ofSubversion
86Atta c kingtheSc hools

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87TheAmeric a nDilemma

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88Pa rtic ip a toryDemoc ra c y

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89TheInc redibleHoa x

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90WhoIsTa mp eringwith

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theMindofAmeric a ?
91Huma nRights

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92Sexa ndtheSingleGoa l

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93 Induc ingSexua lLust

VII- 3 0
94TheNewSoc ia l"Order"

VII - 3 3
SUFFER,
LITTLECHILDREN
-84- TheCommonMind
"'Tiseducation
"formsthecommonmind
;
"Asthetwigisbent,
"Thetree'sinclined
. "
(AuthorUnknown)
Atremendousinfluenceinthecourseofthisrevolutionwasthatofthe
tax-exemptFoundations
. TheFoundationsweremadefeasiblebypassageof
theinfamousgraduatedincometax - spawnofMarxism
. Weretherenoincome
tax,therewouldnothave"-!~~nthebenefitswhichaccruedfrom"tax
exemption",andthemalef,i

orsofgreatwealthcouldnothaveput
themselvesforwardas"bent
. -=actors"unlesstheyusedtheirownmoney
. It
wouldhavebeenaharddecisionforthem,choosingbetwentheirimpossible
dream,andtheirgold .
Onecannothelpbutwonderiftherewouldhavebeenthisrevolution,
hadnotcontroloftheSenatepassedfromtheStatesto"thepeople"
shortlybefore
. Despitewarningsthatasaresultofpassageofthat
amendment,therewasincreaseddangeroftheestablishmentbeingableto
controlSenators'votes,throughgenerous"campaigncontributions",
protectionofStates'RightsslippedoutofthehandsoftheSenate .
Butthatisnowmoot
-thetyrannicaltaxisafact ; its'benefits'a
given-
theSenateisnolongerthewatchdogofthe10thamendment .
AndpubliceducationwasthebattlefieldchosenbytheFoundationson
whichtowagethewaragainstcivilization .
Thedominantfigureintheareaofre-educationfortheNewSocial
OrderwasJohnDewey . FromhispositionatColumbiaUniversity,andwith
thesecuritywhichresultedfromalackofpublicawarenessofthe
existenceofaPlanand/orDewey'sroleinit,hewasabletoperformwhat
maywellbethemostimportantfunctionofanysingleindividualin
redirectingthecourseofanation .
Deweypopularizedthe"socialscience"movementamongthe
'intelligentsia' . Equallyimportant,hewasabletobeginthepenetration
ofwhatthenwerecalled"normalschools"inuniversitiesfromcoastto
coast . Hisgraduatestudentsfannedoutacrossthecountry
-
sometobegin
teachingthenewethictotheteacherswhowouldteachthechildrenof
America
; sometoenterpublishingcompanies,topreparethetextswhich
wouldemplantthenewethicinhistory(andinthefuture)
; sometoobtain
seatsontheundergroundregionalrailroad - onschoolboards,incity
councils,countyboards,statelegislatures - wherevertheirtalentand/or
expertisewasneeded .
Butabirdneedstwowingstofly,andtheotherwingofthe
re-educationmovementwastheRockefeller"GeneralEducationBoard"(GEB)
.
In1909,thebishopofEmoryMethodistUniversityinGeorgia,Warren
Candler,pennedapolemiconasituationaffectinghisabilitytodirect
theeducationofhisstudents
. fiewrote :
"Aneducationaltrusthasbeenformed,anditisoperatingto
controltheinstitutionsofhighereducationintheUnited
States . .
. Itproposestochange(America's)politicalthinking,
religiousbeliefs,andsocialorganizations,byaschemeto
dominatetheircollegesanduniversities . . . "
BishopCandlerdescribedhisefforttobringhisexperiencetopublic
41
attentionas"anunheededvoice,cryinginthewilderness"
. Anditwas .
For,eventhoughhistestimonywaslaterpresentedtotheUnitedStates
Senatewhenhearingswerebeingheldonthequestionofapprovingthe
charterofRockefeller'sGeneralEducationBoard,itstillwasnotheeded,
andtheSenateapprovedincorporationoftheGEB
.
ItisimportanttodaytoknowwhatwasintheCharterwhichtheSenate
approved,fortheGEBworkeditswillontheeducationoffuturecitizens
ofAmericafor oversixtyyears
. Outofthepast,readforyourselfthe
licensegiventothateducational'trust'
:
"Thesaidcorporationshallhavepowertobuild,improve,
enlarge,orequip,buildingsforelementaryorprimaryschools,
industrialschools,technicalschools,normalschools,training
schoolsforteachers,orschoolsofanygrade,orforhigher
institutionsoflearning,or,inconnectiontherewith,libraries,
workshops,gardens,kitchens,orothereductionalaccessories
;
toestablish,maintanorendow,elementaryorprimaryschools,
industrialschools,technicalschools,normalschools,training
schoolsforteachers,orschoolsofanygrade,orhigher
institutionsoflearning ; toemployoraidotherstoemploy,
teachersandlecturers ; toaid,cooperatewith,orendow,
associationsorothercorporationsengagedineducationalwork
withintheUnitedStatesofAmerica,ortodonatetoanysuch
associationorcorporationanypropertiesormonies,whichshall
atanytimebeheldbythesaidcorporationherebyconstituted ;
tocollecteducationalstatisticsandinformation, andtopublish
anddistributedocumentsandrecordscontainingthesame,andin
generaltodoandperformall things necessaryandconvenientfor
thepromotionoftheobjectofthecorporation
. "
Thatshouldbeenoughtocause'eventoday'spragmaticlegislatorsto
"viewwithalarm" . ButthatwasonlypartoftheCharter
. Underit,not
onlywasGEBgivencontrolofthemoneyRockefellerdonatedforhis
purposes,butGEBcouldalsorequirethatthefavoredinstitution
must
supply'matchingfunds',
controlofwhichautomaticallypassedtoGEB . Our
readerswillrecognizethattheschemefor'revenuesharing'wasthis,
devisedbyGEB,eightyyearsago,nowtotallyinvolvedintheextended
revolutiontakingplacetoday .
Eveneditorswhohadpreviouslybeen'friendly'toRockefeller(and
therewerenotmanythen)hadaproblemwiththislatest'philanthropy' .
OneofthemreportedoftheBoard,
"Itspowerwillbeenormous
; itseemsasifit m4 ghtbeable
todeterminethecharacterofAmericaneducation . "
Anditdid
. TheNewYorkJournalofCommerceeditorialized :
"Asamechanismforcontrollingacademicopinion,therehas,
perhaps,neverbeenanythinginthehistoryofeducationthat
wouldcomparewiththe(GeneralEducation)Boardsystemof
subsidizedlearning . "
SenatorGeorgeE . Chamberlain(R-Oregon)ledthefloorfightagainst
thecharter . HetoldtheSenate
:
VII -2
"Giveme,MrPresident,theeducationoftheyouthofthis
country,andthecontrolof$100,000,000or$200,000,000fora
periodofyears,todoasIplease,andIventuretheprediction
thatintwoorthreegenerationsIcanpracticallychangethe
idealsofAmerica
. "
Hehammeredawayatthispoint
:
" . . . lf
you
plneetheeducationofourchildreninthehands
ofmenwhuaetd"nsarentvariancewiththeideasandidealsof
mostofthepeoplee, . .
. thereisnotellingwhereitwilllead
. . . I
donotpret
. andtosaywhatthepurposeofthesefoundations is . . .
Wedoknowthatthesemen
.
. ,connectedwiththesefoundationsdo
notstand
in
thehighestesteemofthepresentgeneration
. . ,b ut,
iftheycaneducate(thepeople)totakeadifferentviewfrom
thatwhichistaken
. . . (in)thisday . . .
theywillb elookedonas
greatpatriotsandgreatphilanthropists
. .
. MrPresident,
generationsyetunb ornoughtnotb epermittedto
look b ackonthe
pastthroughanysuchrefractedrayasthat!"
EvidenceoftheresultsoflegislativeapprovaloftheGeneral
EducationBoardwasnotlongincoming
. In1958,theCaliforniaSenate
CommitteeonEducationstudiedthehistoryofthe"revision"movementin
theschools
. Itwasfoundthatpub licimpactofthemovementwasb eginning
tob efeltin1921,whentheSuperintendentofCaliforniaschoolswarned
:
"IconfessthatIamb ecomingsomewhatperturb edb ycertain
tendenciesinourschoolsthatareanythingb utconservative
. "
Andhehadreason
. Educationaltermiteshadb eguntheundermining
processalmostimmediatelyonapprovalostheGEB
. In1918,oneMaryP .
Folletthadpub lishedab ooktitled"TheNewState - GroupOrganizationthe
SolutionofPopularGovernment"
. Fromtherecord,thisb ecamethenewb ib le
fortherevolutionaries
. Initsheopenedtheattackonrepresentative
government
:
"The20thcenturymustfind a newprincipleofassociation . . .
Grouporganizationistob ethenewmethodinpolitics . . . the
foundation of international order . . . 'Representative
government',partyorganization,majorityrule,withalltheir
excrescences,aredeadwood
. Intheirstead . . . theb ringinginto
b eingofcommonideas,acommonpurposeandacollectivewill . . . "
Follett'ssolutionwasthroughtheuseofmindcontrol(whatwenow
knowas"groupdynamics")toob tainconsenttoherradicalproposals .
Wondernomoreab out
'ancient history',gentlereader . Theprob lemthe
late,great,SenatorfromOregonsawsoclearlyin1917nowhauntsevery
actiontakentoday - pub licandprivate .
Althoughthe'doctoring'ofcertainreputationswasclearlyafactor,
ashistoryrecords,thatwasincidental
. Thechangingofthe
ideasand
idealsofAmericaforrevolutionarypurposeswastheGoal
.
ThankstotheperfidyofahandfulofcooperatorsintheSenate,the
CharterforGEBwasgranted
. ThatapprovalofthatCharterwasagiant
leaptowardrealizationoftheElitistversionofthe'impossib ledream'
.
Addendum :
SixteenthReport,CaliforniaStateSenateInvestigating
CommitteeonEducation,1958 .
VII -
3
StIFFER,
LITTLECHILDREN
-
85
-
TheMechanicsofSub version
Attheturnofthecentury,therewasamonumentaltaskaheadforthe

4 . /
self- appointedelite
whoserevolutionarygoalwasaworldwhere"allthe
peopleyieldthemselveswithperfectdocilitytoourmouldinghands",as
theyb oldlystatedinthefirstOccasionalPaperoftheGeneralEducation
Board
. FromIvorytowertheorytopracticalapplicationlayapathfraught
withpitfallsfortheirgoal
. Theprob ab ilityofb eingab letorealize
theirDreamwasminiscule
.
Butthesemenwerefullyawareofthe
difficulties,
andtheylaidtheir
plansskillfullyandverycarefully
. Partoftheirstrategyhasalways
b eentomakeatrialrun,b eforeputtinganypartofthePlaninmotion
.
Theyknew,too,thepowerwhichderivesfromwealth
. Unhinderedb y
moralorethicalb oundaries,theyusedthatmoneypowerinevery
conceivab lewaytoachievetheirends
. Theyusedittosub orncooperators
.
TheyusedIttob uypoliticalcollab oratorsandlegislativecompliance
.
Theyusedittofinancescientificandeducationalendeavorswhich
developedtoolsforthemtouse in
theirinexorab lemarchtotheirgoal
.
Theyusedthemoneypowertoopendoorsinexistinginstitutions,andto
b uildsometheyneededwhichdidnotexist
. Theyusedittodrivewedges
b etweentraditionalandlegalb ulwarkstoinserttheirinnovations
. Once
theirpilotprogramswereestab lished,themoneypowerwasusedagainto
sub ornacreplnuts or
theirsiliemonasessentialfunctionsof'government'
.
Juston, lit
ttirnulyearn,their
clonesformsemi- secretalliances(such
nethe
Bililetimrgntaandthe
'I'rilnteralists)topromotespecific
ob jectives,sodidtheseearlyelitists
. Theirgroupsmetatindeterminate
intervals,pinb ahlydiecuanndprogress,receivedb attleplansforthenext
foray,andthoseenlectedtoputtheirschemesinactionwentoutfrom
theirsecretmeetingstoperformtheirassignedduties
.
From thevery
b eginning or
thisrevolutionarymovement,anystrategy
whichwassuccessfulb ecameSOP - StandardOperatingProcedure
. Thefirst
thrustisnlwnyeatatargetwiththeleastab ilitytoresist
. In
California,forinstance,welfarerecipientsweretheguineapigsforthe
firsttrialrunofthePPBSystem .
Soit
was fromtheb eginning
. BeforetheGEB,therewastheSEB . The
SouthernEducationBoardwasthepilotfortheGeneralEducationBoard
.
Inthepant- reconstructionperiod in
theSouth,themade- to- order
guineapigswerethedescendantsofthe"freedmen"
. Thesewerein
deplorab lestraits
. "Integration"wasnotevenpartofthevocab ulary
in
theSouththen,andinterminglingoftheraceswasanathematob oththe
negroesandthewhites
. Theformerwereonlytooawareofwhatslaveryhad
b een,andthelattertoowellrememb eredreconstruction
. Neitherwantedto
dependontheotherforanything
. Butintegrationwasaprimeaimofthe
SEB,anditwenttoworkwitha
will onthenegrochildrenintheir
separateb utfar- from- equalschools
.
Intherircumnt . nnces,anychangeHADtob efortheb etter
. Givethe
devilhisdun . Slglmadeamarkedimprovement
in the"coloredschools",and
gavethechildrenInthemanIncentivetob egintolearn
. But,aswas
said,SEBwanonlynpilotfortheGEB,andonceSEBb ecameviab leand
visib lyab enefit,theGeneralEducationBoardwascreated,withamuch
b roaderb ase,andmuchmorecomprehensivepurposes,andamuchmore
receptivepub lic .
VII - 4
t
AchroniclerofRockefellerphilanthropies*chosetoassertthatthe
familyworkedontheseprojectswith"adegreeofanonymity",andthateven
theab senceoftheRockefellerimprimaturewas"symb olic"
. Whatit
actuallydidwastocreatethesemb lanceofSEB/GEBb eing
quasi- governmental
. Intime,mostpeoplecametob elievethattheseWERE
governmentalb odies
. Thosewhoservedthecausewerecontentwiththat
.
Onceb othBoardswereoperating,itb ecamehardtodrawalineb etween
SEBanditsactivities,andthoseofGEB
. BothBoardsweremannedmainly
b ythesamepeople,theirprogramsfollowedthesamepattern,and,onceGEB
wasformed,thefundsforSEBcamedirectlyfromGEB
. SEBwasfinally
ab sorb edb yGEBin1914
. Whileb othwereoperative,hundredsofmeetings,
thousandsofspeeches,andtensofthousandsofnewsarticlesconditioned
thepub licmindtoacceptwhattheyweredoing
- oratleastwhatthe
trusteeswouldhaveitb elievedtheyweredoing
.
Whenstatelegislationwasneededtofurthersomeprogram,thetrustees
wrotetheb ills,acooperatinglegislatorwould"author"them,andtheyor
theirminionswouldlob b ythemthroughthelegislatures
. Thereare
indicationsthatthemoneypowerservedhere,too
. Inatleasttwo
instances,pub licservantswhohadopposedsomepartofthescheme,b utdid
notpresstheiropposition,laterturnedupontheRockefellerpayroll
.
Alwayscognizantofthetruismthat"whopaysthepipercallsthe
tune",constanteffortfromthestartwastoob taintaxsupportforthe
lowerschools
. Oncethatwas
in theworks,thepushb eganfortax
supportedhighschools .
RockefellermoneypaidaprofessorattheUniversityofVirginiafor
organizingandpromotingthismove
. Togivetheprofessorextraleverage,
theStatewasinducedtomakehimanofficialintheschool
superintendent'sStateoffice
- thefirstsuchinthecountry
. Hewasso
successfulinhisappointedtask,thatthis,too,b ecamepartofthe
revolutionarystrategy
. Gradually,Statedepartmentsofeducationgrew
intotheb ureaucraciesweknowtoday,asnewofficerswereaddedatthat
leveltointerfacewithlocaldistrictsandtheStatelegislature,andto
overseewhateverpromotionintheinterestofGEBmightneedtheirspecial
expertise .
Virginiafirst,thenNorthCarolina,Georgia,Alab amaandTennessee
wereorganizedb yGEBinrapidsuccession
. ThenSouthCarolina,Florida
andLouisiana ;MississippiandArkansas
. Oneb yone,Statesjoinedthe
movement,untilitb ecameaflood
. Itwasclaimedthattheseorganizers
werenotprofessionalsb utidealists
- evangelists,crusaders . Anditwas
decriedtheywereimpededateverystepb y"conservatismandprejudice" .
In1905,Georgialedthewayintowhatisknowntodayas"apub lic
educationsystem"withthefirststateconstitutionalamendmenttopermit
taxationforpub lichighschools
.

_
Thisachievementwashailedinthepressofthedayashaving I
"valiantlycarriedouttheintentionsofthevoters"
. Intruth,itwasdue`
toawelloiled,fastidiouslyorchestrated,campaignoftheGeneral~,-
EducationBoard
.
Whilethatcampaignwasb eingb roughttofruition,GEBwasnot
neglectingitsotherob jectives
. Itwasformalizingitsstrategies,
trainingnewrecruitstopursuetheirob jectives,andinstitutionalizing
thecontrolsneededtoholdthegainstheymade,evenastheycontinuedto
advancetheircause .
Withtheirgoalinmind,GEBagentsb egantopenetrateotherfields
thaneducation -
literatureandallthearts,thenewsoutlets,science -
VII - 5
eventhegovernmentitself
. Tofulfill
these
ob jectives,theconceptof
'philanthropicfoundations'wascreated,withphilanthropyatooldesigned
tohidethetrueintentandpurposeoftheiractivity
. Thisistheonly
logicalconclusionwhichcanb edrawnfromtherecord
. Thatrecordisnot
onlyfromtheactivitiesofGEB,b utincludestheknownpastofits
founders,theirownstatements,theself- servingb iographieswhichthey
causedtob eproduced,and,ofgreatestimportance,the
results
oftheir
"philanthropic"endeavors
.
WhileRockefeller'spenetrationoftheschoolswasprogressing,another
self- madeb illionairewasdoinghisthinginaparallelendeavor
. Andrew
CarnegiesharedtheDream
.
Rockefellerseemedalmostindiscriminateinthedistrib utionofhis
'grants'
. Butwhereverhismoneywent,controlswentwithit
. Each
'donation'hadapurpose,alwaysrelatedtotheGoal
.
GEBfundingwasdirectedmainlyattwokeyob jectives,b othvitalto
thePlan
. Onewasthetransferofthelocalfinancialb aseoftheschools
fromtheparentstotheState
. Withthetransferwentlocalcontrol
. The
otherwastheredirectionofthepurposeofinstitutionsofhigher
education-
pub licandprivate . Itwasthe activation
ofthisintervention
whichwasfeltb yBishopCandler .
Carnegie,ontheotherhand,concernedhimselfwithinstitutionsof
highereducation whichwerealreadypub liclysupported,
and,ofcourse,the
"free"pub liclib raries
. Betweenthesetwogiantfortunes,allAmerican
educationwasinthegripofapincersmovement,forasinglegoal
.
Thisstrategydivertedattentionfromthetotalityofthenatureof
theattack,anditisstillinusetoday .
TheRockefeller/Carnegiecooperationforpenetrationoftheschools
continuedasa"pincermovement"justsolongasitserveditspurpose
.
Whenthetimewasripe,CarnegieopenlyassociatedwithGEB,evenserving
asoneofitsfifteentrustees . Bythenthesetwofoundationshadapplied
pressurefromthetwoenclavesalreadycaptured,andtheirselected
ob jectiveswereachieved .
ThemethodsforsupplyingfuturecitizensoftheUnitedStatesof
Americawiththeb asictoolsneededforproductivelifehadb eenreplaced
withprogramsadaptab letoconditioningthemtoaccepttheindoctrination
neededtomakethemdocilerob otsinservicetothecause,andthefunding
for'education'nowcamefrom'government' .
Whathadb eendonewastowrestcontrolofeducationfromtheparents,
andvestitinthe'government' . Whilethiswasb eingaccomplished,
penetrationofthegovernmentwasproceedingateverylevel,withthe
ob jectiveofplacingthecontrolofthelaw- makingmachineryinthehands
ofselectedofficials,whowouldrepresenttheinterestsoftheelite - not
thecitizenswho"elected"them .
Thenextob jectivewasalreadytargetted . AseparateDepartmentof
Educationatthefederallevelhadb eenacontinuingob jective,anditnow
b ecameatoppriority .
Inhispolemic,BishopCantrellenumeratedtheconditionsGEBtiedtoa
grantofferedto"aSoutherninstitution" . liedidnotnameit,b utthe
prob ab ilityisthatitwastheoneheheaded . Hegavetoomanydetailsfor
itnottohaveb eenhisownexperiencehewasrelating . GEBofferedthe
universityhecitedapaltry$37,500conditionedonthecollegeraising
another$112,500 . Iftheofferwereaccepted,thecollegewasmandatedb y
GEBtoinvesttheentiresum(includingthe$112,500),andto forever,
preservethatinvestmentforthepurposes,oftheGEBgrant . Thosepurposes
VII -
6
includeddenialofanypartofthefundfortheologicalpursuits
- and
EmorywasaMethodistschool
.
Shouldanypartofthosemoniesb eusedforanypurposenotincludedin
thoseprovidedinthegrantagreement,the
entirefund
wouldreverttoGEB,
includingthatraisedb ytheinstitution!GEBwastohavetherightto
inspecttheb ooks,accountsandsecuritiesofthecollege(apparentlyeven
thosenotinvolvedinthegrant),andwas
forever
tohavelienonb oththe
funds,andthesecuritiestheymightb einvestedin!
Ofthisoffer,BishopCantrellsaid
:
"The(GEB's)littlewadofthepitifulsumof$37,500is
expectedtodrawafteritalltheendowmentwhichthecollegehas
ormayhereafteracquire
. Itissetupastheprizefund,and
thelargeramount
. . . givenb yothers,
is
onlya"supplemental
sum"! . . .
Withwhatthreatsoflitigationorwithwhatthreats
ofwithdrawaloffundsmightnotthe(GEB)control,underone
pretextoranother,thewholemanagementandpolicyofsucha
college!"
Whilethatparticulargrantwasnotaccepted,therecordsuggeststhat
Emorywasamong
theminorityinrefusingthat'philanthropy'
. Ab rief
could
b edrawnfortherightofadonortospecifyhowHISdonationshould
b eused,b utitstretcheslogicandethicstofindthatrightextendedto
coverexistingfundsordonationsfromothers,whoshouldhavethatsame
right .
Despitethisrecordofperfidy,whichwaspresentedatthehearingsfor
approvaloftheGEBcharter,theUnitedStatesSenategavethatapproval .
Forsixtyyears,GEBworkedits will onthepub licschools . Whenits
programshadb eeninstitutionalized(seeminglyirreversib ly),GEBwas
dissolved .
RecommendedReading :
"AdventureinGiving"TheStoryoftheGeneralEducation
Board- RaymondB . Fosdicketal ;HarperandRow(circa196 5)
"TreasonoftheSenate",CosmopolitanMagazine,March,1906 ,
Bookreprint,MonthlyReviewPress,1953
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SUFFER, LITTLECHILDREN
• -
86 - "AttackingtheSchools"
Sometimeago,theBarb araMorrisReportdiscussedab ooktitled
"CitizensCommittees"
. Printedin1954 ,thispub licationadmittedlywas
intendedto"guidepub licthinking"ab outthepoliciesforeducationin
pub licschools
. Theb ookwentintosomedetailab outtheuseofcitizens
committeestoguardtheschoolsagainst"attacks",andtheBPIReportasked
thequestion :
"WEREparentsreallyattackingtheschool
in 1954 ?"
Theanswertothatquestionmustb eequivocal,aswillb eshown .
Theveryexistenceofsuchab ookisindicativeofthefactthatthe
GEBplanforthepub licschoolshadtakenholdandb eguntoimpactthe
childrenthen in schooltotheextentthattheirparentsrecognizedan
ab errationfromwhattheschoolsdidwhentheywerechildren .
Thatb ookaffirmsthatthoseinchargeoftheschoolsinthe1950s
stoodreadytodefendatallcoststhe'advances'madeduringtheyearsGEB
wasworkingitswillonthem . Sincetheb estdefenseisagoodoffense,
theschoolshaddevisedastrategyto inhib it oppositionandtotake
aggressiveactiontoreb uffit .
Itcanonlyb erealizedhowvitalthatinformation is, when
itis
rememb eredthatsomeofthosechildren in schoolin1954 maynowb ethe
grandparentsofthechildreninschooltoday . Iftheirliveshaveb een
spentlookingthroughthe"refractedray"ofRockefellerb rainwash,there
isaveryrealprob lemintryingtoob taintheirhelpinareturnto
b asics .
Thephilosophicrecognitionthat"alonghab itofnotthinkingathing
wronggivesittheappearanceofb eingright"hasb eenatruism,whichmay
notapplyanylonger
. Manyofthechildrenwhohavegonethroughthe
propagandamillsknownasschoolsareyetab letorecognizethat
something
isterrib lywrongtoday,andsomearestrivingmightilytocorrectthe
ills
theysee .
Thatisab onus,b utthereisanothersidetotheequation
. Lackinga
knowledgeofwheretheschoolswentwrong,theydonotknowwhatto
correct,orhowtocorrectit
. Sotheyb lindlyflailoutagainstwhatthey
seeaswrong
. Theydonotrealizethatsomeofthesolutionswhichseemto
offerhopeonlyaddtotheprob lem
.
Somehowtheymustb esuppliedtheammunitiontheyneedtowagea
successfulb attle
. Itistotheeverlastingb enefitofsocietythatthere
aresomewho"fellthroughthecracks"ofanotyetperfectedschemeto
moldthechildrenofAmericaintocitizenswhowillaccepttheelitist
Plans
. TheothersideofthatcoinisthatthePlanisnowperfected,and
unlessitisneutrallized,andthatsoon,there
will
b enoturningb ack,no
matterhowmanyb ecomeawareofit
.
AsforMrsMorris'question
- WEREparentsattackingtheschoolsin
1954 ?Asonewhowassoaccused,Icantruthfullysaywedidnotthinkso
.
Ilethoughtthenthatthepub licschoolswereOURS,paidforwithourmoney,
andentrustedwiththeresponsib ilitytoeducateourchildren
. Wethought
theschoolshadamissiontopreparethetoolsforourchildrentousein
b uildingthecompetenceneededtoprovidethemwithfullandrewarding
lives,in
whichasadultstheywouldmakethedecisionswhichproductive
VII - 8
citizenship
wield
rlenmndofthem
.
When t
: hc'
iii- IIvI1lonInIhanchoolsgaveuseveryreasontob elievethat
t
. hnstnt : ed( s t . n l iii til+ "t
(c)fuuc- l
. iunsoftheschoolswerenotb eing
supported,it . seemeda
p areut. n l
dutytocallthoseactivitiesinto
question .
1rememb erIwastakenshack,whenIwas'toldthatthingswere
differentthanwhenIwasinschool,andgiventounderstandthatImust
notinterferewiththeeducationofmyb oys
. TheimpressionIwasgiven
wasthatoursitur . t
: innwasunique
. ItwasMY fault(orperhapsmyson's)
tl . nthefindpr - ob lems
.
Itdefinitelywasnottheschools'fault
. WhatI
didnotknowthenwantainteveryparentwhotriedtohelpwiththetroub les
her/hischildwitsexperiencingwasgiventhesameroutine
. "Nob odyelseis
havingprob lems . "
Weweresovulnerab le
. Formostofus,in1954 ,itwasn'tany
phi
. losophicnldifference,nornayknowledgeorsuspicionthattheschools
weredelib eratelydenyingourchildrentheeducationwehadeveryrightto
expect . Itwaswhatwesawasab adimpactonourindividualchildren
.
Thatparochial. viewwasencouragedb ytheschools
. Itminimizedapossib le
coordinationamongtheincipientopposition
.
Moreand
. pore,thethingswhichwerereallywrongareb eingidentified
today,b yresponsib le,competentauthorities . Today,twogenerationshave
b eenrob b edofTheirb irthright- growingupinadequatelypreparedforthe
realitiesofIlfe
- - deniedknowledgeoftheirroots,andunab letoseek
thatknowledgeb ernrtaentheywerenotgiventhetoolstodoso . Whata
Inngedyl
No,Irlou'Ihallavaevennowthatparentswereattackingtheschoolsin
1r)i ,i .
AsI
loob
b arb onthosetimes,IrealizeI,personally,was
intimidatedb yIb enllltudeofschoolpersonnel
. Ohlthe"conferences"I
wascalledtitlutvewiththeLnticherortheprincipaloverasmallb oywho
hadneverb eetnatyptob iemnt :: hrnne,b utseemedtob ealwaysintroub leat
school! Inntleudofexuntiningthecauseofmyb oys'prob lems,those
conferences
. minedintosparringmatches,asIwasmadetounderstandthat
Iwastheprob lem(orhewas) .
AsIlookb rick,I
. canseeclearlynowthattheprogramsmysonwas
givenwerereallydesignedtoretardlearning
. Hewassuchab rightlittle
fellow ;DickandJaneandSpotb oredhimtotears
. (Literally,sometimes . )
Ilewasdeniedtherightofinitiative
. Whenhiseagernessforlearning
madehimforgeattendoftheclass,hewasassignedtoteachingaretarded
b oyinhisrins- i,tokeephimb usy
. (ilewasonlyseven . )The"field
trips"whichsquanderedpreciouslearningtimelookingatfireengines,or
visitingsomelocalmonument ;thehoursof"art" -
pastingprecutshapes
togethertomakepictures(anactivityhehadoutgrownb eforeheentered
school)
;theexposureto"rhythmrecords",withtheirhypnoticb eat
(settingthestagefor "rock"?)
; "sexeducation"settingattitudesof
permissiveness,andgivingdominancetothoughtsofanadultprocessin
mindsnotab letocopewithsuchconcepts
. Inlinewiththat,the
"experiencelearning",throughwhichalienideologieswereemb edded
in
the
childmind
. Deb atesb ytheseuntaughtchildrenonsub jectsab outwhich
theyhadonlythosefactstheschoolhadgiventhem
.
EveninmemoryIhavetomarvelthatsomanyteachersfoundthemselves
ab letowastethemselvesandthoseyoungstersinsuchtrivialpursuits,
withsomuchofvitalimportavailab le,andleftuntaught
.
Thentherewitsthesometimesovert,sometimesinsidious,underminingof
thevalueswecherishedinourhomesuchastheconceptsofprivate
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propertyandpersonalprivacy,deniedinthemandated"sharing"program
.
Perhapsthemostdamagingofalltheinnovationsintheschoolswas
whatisknowntodayas"situationethics"
-
thedenialofdistinction
b etweenrightandwrong
. Thisdenialhasb eenthekeytothechaosand
confusionwhichi
. smakingashamb lesofthe,worldthosechildrenwentout
intowhengrown . For
. justasplanned,theytookthesealienideaswith
themwhentheyleftschool .
UnderItnilwastheinculcationofcollectivistthought,perhapsb est
exemplifiedInI
: hnstoryinnnearly50sreader,ab outalittlegray
squirrelwhoIIvhtionthegroundsofab igwhitehousewithalittlered
door
. Oftenthelittleb oywholivedinthehousewouldfeedthe
little
graysquirrel
. Onedaywhenliedidn'tcome,another
little squirrelwent
upandscratchedatthereddoor,andtheb oycameoutandgavehimanut
.
"Aha"thoughtthelittlegraysquirrel,"nowIknowhowtogetmydinner
.
AilIhavetodoInaskforit
. "
Singly,eachofthesehadrousedsomeparentalprotest
. Together,they
adduptongenericdenialofthetruepurposeofeducation
.
WASit"al: . lncicingtheschools"tocallattentiontotheseconcerns,and
toattemptto Atop them?1)oyouthinkso?Therewasnoconcertedeffort
b ytheauthoritiesORb ytheparentstoendtheselib ertiesb eingtaken
withtheeducationofawholegenerationofAmericanchildren . Looking
b ack,Imarvelwhytherewasn't .
ItwashotuntilthePasadenastoryb rokeintotheheadlinesthat
parentssuddenlyb egantorealizethattheyweren'talone ;thattherewasa
verylargeconcern,indeed,andwithcause . ThePasadenaStoryisimportant
here only
b ecauseitwasthecatalystwhichmadevisib letheinterlocking
purposeofallthese"innovations" . Bysheeraccident,theprob lemsin
Pasadenab roughtthemintofocus,oneafteranother .
Until
. then,theschoolshadb eenattackingtheparents,without
,justification
. Pasadenaexposedtheconnectionandintentinthese
programs,andparentsthenb egantojoininstudygroupsandaction
programs,inthehopeofendingtheusurpationoftheirauthorityb ythe
schools
. EVENTHEN,though,therewasnointentto"attacktheschools"
.
Alltheparentswantedwasanadequateeducationfortheirchildren
.
Ithasrematnedforthosechildren,nowgrown,tomountarealattack
ontheschools,astheyb ravelycampaignfor
alternative,privateschools
fortheirchildren .
Y ouparentsoftoday,youhave
a
hardtaskahead,b utyouhaveaccepted
thechallenge,andyouarehandlingitwell
. Becauseyouare,theattempts
somanyofyourparentsandgrandparentstriedtoinitiateb ackinthe50s
aremadeworthwhile
. Wethankyouforthat
.
Wehopethattheinformationinthisb ookwillaidinyourefforts,and
praythatyourchildrenwillb esparedtheagoniesyourgenerationhadto
endure,b ecausetheparentsofthe50shadnowayofknowingwhythe
schoolsweredoingwhattheyweredoing .
SUFFER,
LITTLECHILDREn -
87TheAmericanDilemma
"Ib elievethatamovementwhicharrogatestotheeducational
profession-
ortoanyotherprofessionorsegmentofour
nationallife -
theawefulresponsib ilityof"social
reconstruction"issub versive
. .
. Ib elievethatamovementanda
philosophywhichaimstoconvertthepub licschoolsintoagencies
forpromotionofasupranationalauthorityorworld
government . . . issub versive . . . "
WhenCongressmanPaulShaferofMichiganmadethelengthystatement
fromwhichtheab overemarksweretaken,hehadb eenelectedeighttimes
fromtheMichigandistrictheserved . NowhisseatinCongresswas
threatenedb ymemb ersoftheMichiganTeachersAssociation(MTA),asa
resultofthoseremarksab outwhathecalled"asub versivemovementinthe
pub licschools" .
Challengedb yrepresentativesoftheMTAtoretracthischarges,the
CongressmaninsteadrequestedameetingwiththeMTAtodiscussthe
researchhehaddone . Heassuredthememb erswhocalledonhimthathewas
notmakingab lanketcriticismoftheteachingprofession,b utsaidthat
theteachersshouldb eawareof
" . . . movementsafootineducationalcircleswhicharededicated
tothepromotionofaplannedandcontrolledeconomyand . . . a
worldgovernment . "
Andhepromisedtodocumenteverychargehemade .
Curiously,afterthemeetinghewasrequestedb ytwoprominentmemb ers
oftheAssociationto"letthematterdrop"
. Convincedofaclearand
presentdangerinthe"sub versivemovement",PaulShaferrefusedtodo
that .
Instead,hecontractedwithLongiousePub lisherstopub lishhis
meticulousresearch
. Shortlyafterb eginningthisself- imposedtask,his
b elovedwife,whohadb eenhiscompanionandmainstaythroughtheyears,
died
. Afewshortmonthslater,PaulShaferjoinedherindeath
. Hisgood
friendandpub lisher,JohnHowlandSnow,tooktheincompletemanuscriptand
researchnotes,andfinishedtheb ook
.
Titled"TheTurningoftheTides",thatb ookhashadaconstantdemand
throughtheyearssince1951
. Ratherthanb ecomingoutdated,thematerial
thesetwoAmericanscompiledhasb ecomeincreasinglyimportant,asevents
proveitsvalidity
. Manyb ookshaveappearedsincethenwhichonlytendto
confirmorextendthefactspresentedinthisone
. Butthesub version
continues -
onlynowthemovementitdescrib edhasb ecomeofficialpolicy
-
notjustintheschools,b utasthedeterminantofpoliciesinthe
'government'itself
.
Thosewhoservethatpolicydosob yab usingtheauthoritydelegatedto
themb ythepeoplethey'serve'
. Andthat'stherub
. ForwhenPaulShafer
pub liclydocumentedthatplottoremakeAmericaandtheworldthrough
revisingthecurriculaofthepub licschoolsandconditioningthemindsof
thechildrenthroughtheprogramstheywoulddevise,itcouldhaveb een
stoppedsummarily
. Noteasily,b utnothingworthwhileiseasy
. Howmuch
harderitwillb enow
- whenalmosteveryone
in thiscountryunder4 0years
of
agehasknownnoothersideofhistorythanthatprovidedb yproponents
ofthatmovement!
Thedilemmaisnotlimitedjustb ytheknowledgethosecitizenshave
b eendenied,noryetb ythefactthattheyhaveinsufficientinformationto
protectthemselvesandtheirchildren
in
constructiveways
. Itisan
Americantragedythatmanyofthoseelectedtoofficeare
in
thesame
dilemma,andaretheb lindleadingtheb lind
.
Noristhattheextentofthedilemma
. Witheachpassingyear,the
numb ersofthosewhoreceivethistravestycallededucationgrows,while
thenumb ersofthosewhowereb ornsoonenoughtoreceivethetraditional
opportunityforrealeducationdiminish
.
Noryetisthatthewholeprob lem
. Withthelib eralizedstatuteson
immigration,andthepolicyof"refuge"forthoseseekingasylum,awholly
newelementthreatensthefutureofthiscountry
. Whilethesemayb e
innocentofanydesiretochangeAmerica,mostofthemhaveevenless
knowledgeofwhatmadethiscountryahaventhanthosewhosufferedthrough
theconditioningintheschools
. Thepossib ilitythatthesenewcomers
couldb eofhelp in
thetaskaheadisnotpromising
.
NorisTHATthewholeprob lem
. Theroleofthenewsmediain
neglectingthetraditionaldutiesofthatprofessionisamostimportant
factor
. So,too,istheextentofpenetrationofthat"sub versive
movement",inb oththeschoolsandin'government'
.
,~ForAmericato"turn
. thetide",alloftheseob staclesmustb e
f overcome
. Theycanb e,b utit
will takerealdedicationonthepartof
everycaringpersoncommittedtotheconceptswhichareemb odiedinour
Constitution .
Somemustalwaysb e"extreme"insituationslikethis
. Theremustb e
somewillingtodomorethantheir"share",paymorethanothers,deny
themselveswhenotherswillnot
. Itcannotb eexpected,eveninthefaceof
aclearandpresentdanger,thatallAmericanswillrallyroundtheflag
.
ItIsalwaysafewwhocarrythegreatestpartofsuchaload
.
Butwhata
differencethosefewmake!
Thatdifferencecanb e -
andwillb e - feltworldwide,b utitsgreatest
impactwillb efeltwherethegreatestattackhasb eenmade,b ecausethe
citizensoftheUnitedStateshadsomuchmoretolose!
RecommendedReading
"TheTurningoftheTides" -
PaulShaferandJohnHowland
Snow,LongHouse,1951
SUFFER, LITTLECHILDREN
- 88-
ParticipatoryDemocracy
"Thequestionofhowresponsib leofficialscould
. . .
delegate
authorityandresponsib ilityimposedonthemb ylaw,or
how . . .
committeescould,
in
turn,accepttheresponsib ilityand
authorityisnotclear
. . . "
Inthesewords,CongressmanPaulShaferslashedawayattheveneerof
thethen- newmovementdemanding"citizenparticipation"ingovernment
decision- making
. Intheearly50s,suchaconceptwasshocking,itwasso
farremovedfromb othpreceptandpractice
.
TheCongressmanpointedouttohiscolleaguesthedangershesawin
suchdemocraticdeviationsfromthegovernmentprovidedinthe
Constitution,andspecificallycitedtheFederalistPapers,withits
carefulstudyofthehistoryofdemocracy
.
Despitetheb leedingheartswhomournthe"undemocratic"featuresof
representativegovernment,lawfully,oursisstillarepub licangovernment,
andtherehasb eennoargumentyetputforwardtoinducethecitizenryto
delib eratelychangeit
. Thereweregoodandsufficientreasonsfor
creatingitthatway,andmostAmericanstothisdaystillfindthem
valid .
Initsb estuse,"participatorydemocracy"deniessomedegreeoftheir
delegatedpowerstoofficialselectedtoconductthepub licb usiness . At
itsworst,"do- democracy"(asitwascalled inits earlystages)opensthe
doorformob rule . Today,thatcanmeanthatasmallb odyofdetermined
partisanscancontrolthewillofthemajority,notjustb ymeansof
usurpingthelawfulmechanismofgovernment,b utalsothroughesotericmind
controltechniques .
Ineithercase,b yitsnatureparticipatorydemocracyconstitutes
a
sub versionoftherepresentativeprocess . Thissub versiondemandsthe
widestexposurepossib le,foritistakingplacetodayonamassivescale,
b ysystematicapplication,andinvolvingavastnumb erofwell- meaning
citizenswhoareunwittinglylendingthemselvestocausestheywouldinno
wayknowinglysupport .
Many(most?)oftheprogramsnowb eingactivatedin'government'donot
comefromanyexpresseddesireofthepeople . Thosewhichdo,oftenresult
fromthehegelianprinciple,as'solutions'toprob lemscreatedtorequire
thepreparedresponse
. Assuch,theydonotcomeunderthe"consent"
premise .
Fartoooften,theseprogramsstemfromthe"1313"conglomerate,
throughtheagenciessetuptospreadtheadministrativerevolution
. These
agenciesarefrequentlycomposedofofficialswhohaveb eenelectedtosome
otheroffice,andareappointedtooneofthe1313specialpurposegroups,
wheretheylearnthe1313line,takeitb acktotheirowncommunitiesand
b eginitsactivationthere
. Itisthesenonrepresentativeprogramswhich
arecausingtheb reakdownofrepresentation,andendlesscontroversyin
localareas
.
ThereisathinktanklocatedneartheUniversityofWyoming,whichhas
developedsomecoursesdesignedtohelpthesepub licofficials(andother
professionals)takewhattheylearninthe1313cellsb acktotheir
communities,andgettheprogramsaccepted
. Thethinktankiscalled"The
InstituteforParticipatoryPlanning",anditspurposeistodevelop
programsin"appliedresearch",andtoinstructthosewhoseektheirhelp
inmethodsofpracticalapplication
. TheInstitutehasdevelopedspecial
shortcoursesparticularlyforofficialswhocanonlyb eawayfromtheir
VII - 1
3
legitimatejob sforlimitedtimeperiods
.
Justthetitlesofthe"shortcourses"aremindb oggling
.
Who,onyourcitycouncil,orcountycommission,orinyourstate
legislature,doyouconsideralikelycandidateforacrashcoursein"HOW
TOGETY OURMOSTDIFFICULTANDCONTROVERSIALPROJECTSIMPLEMENTEDTHROUGHA
SY STEMATICPROGRAMOFDEVELOPINGTHENECESSARY PUBLICACCEPTANCE"?(A
one- dayExecutivelevelcourse . )
Who, in
yourcommunity,doyoub elievewouldb ewillingtotakethe
timeandpaythefee,,toattendaseminaron"THEINSANDOUTSOFTHREE
DOZENCITIZENPARTICIPATIONTECHNIQUESFORDEVELOPINGTHENECESSARY PUBLIC
ACCEPANCETOIMPLEMENTC014 PLEXPROJECTS"?(Atwo- dayCourse . NOTE3dozen
techniques!)
Whodoyouknowwhowouldb einterestedinacourseon"PLANNING
PROGRAMMING,BUDGETINGANDMANAGINGANEFFECTIVECITIZENPARTICIPATION
PROGRAM"? (
Athree- dayCourseonSystemstechnology . )
Thesearesomeofthecoursesadvertised in theInstitute'spromotional
handb ook
. Itisperfectlyclearthatb oththehandb ookandthecourseswere
madenecessaryb ytheneedtoneutralizecitizenresistancetoprogramsand
projectswhichpatentlyarenotwantedb ytheelectorate . Isthatreally
"consent"?Cantherereallyb e"consent"whenacceptanceissub orned
throughmethodsofmindcontrol?
Accordingtothehandb ook,theInstitutehasgiventhesecoursesto
"pub licofficialsandotherprofessionals"fromallovertheUnitedStates
.
TheDirectoroftheInstituteb oastsintheForewordthattheircourses
"managecontroversialandunpopularprogramssothattheyCANhe
implemented"(Emphasisinoriginal)
. Howmuchplainercanitb esaidthat
the9thand10thamendmentstotheConstitutionareb eingsub verted?
IfCongressmanShaferwasshockedattheunlawfuldelegationofpower
hesawin1951,whatdoyousupposehisreactionwouldhaveb eenhadhe
b eenab letoknowhowthatdelegatedpowerwouldb eused4 0yearslater?
WhatisY OURreaction?
SUFFER,
LITTLECHILDREN
-
89 - TheIncredib leHoax
Everyb odyknowsthattheprob lemwiththeb rightestandtheb estofthe
youngadultstodayisthat"theygotocollegeandturnleft"
. Right?
WRONG!Likesomanythings"everyb odyknows"today,thatain'tnecessarily
so .
"Leftandright","conservativeandlib eral"aresymptomsofaterminal
diseaserampagingthroughtheAmericanmind,unchecked
. Thosefourwords
exemplifyanartandscienceemployed
in
thepsychologicalwarb eingwaged
today
. Theyarepartoftheconditioningprocessthatissilentlyeating
awaylogicalmentalfunctioning
. Ascancerdestroysthephysicalfunctions
oftheb ody,thismentalequivalentisdestroyingthecapab ilityof
reasoning .
Whatisatissueissemanticsub version
.
Let'sexaminethefacts
. "Leftandright"aretiedtopolitical
concepts
;"conservativeandlib eral",toeconomicconcepts
. Whilea
preponderanceofprofessorsmayb eleftandlib eral,thenormalreactionof
youthtoindoctrinationb yadultsisreb ellion
. Logicwouldsuggestthat
anyattemptatthecollegeleveltogainyouth'sacceptanceofthelib eral
leftwouldhaveanequalandoppositeeffect
. Somethingmorethanthathas
tob einvolvedin"theprob lem"withthosewhoenterthehallsofacademe
.
Whatisinvolvedisneitherpoliticalnoreconomic,althoughitserves
apurposeinb oth .
Attheheartof"theprob lem"istheinduction,atsomepointinthe
educationalprocess,ofthecreamofAmericanyouthintothecultof
elitism
. Themajorityofthestudentswhogointohighereducation,doso
b ecausetheyhaddemonstratedearly
in lifethatelitismcouldrootand
growintheclimateoftheirminds .
Ifthatseemsfarfetched,consider :

Theparentsofthechildren in
government- providedelementaryschoolsinthe1950swereatalossto
understandwhycumulativerecords("cumfiles")werekeptintheschool
recordsofthestudents,andprogressedwitheachstudentthroughoutthe
schoolyears . Itwasneveropenlyacknowledged(andusuallydenied)that
thiswasb eingdone,b utwordseepedoutinvariousways
. Onesuchleak
cameastheresultofastatementmadeb yateacherthatshecouldnot
understandwhyacertainchildhadb eenidentifiedonhisrecordas
"incorrigib le",whenshefoundthatchildtob emostcooperative . If
parentshaven'thadtheirquestionsab outthosefilessatisfactorily
answeredasyet,itisb ecause,hadtheyknownthereason,itwouldhave
b lownthelidoffthemostincredib leofalltheincredib lehoaxesyet
uncovered .
Itmayseemlikedigressiontojumptoadiscussionofhumanismatthis
point,b utitisverygermane
. Moreonthecumfiles,later .
Humanismisthesoilwhichnourisheselitism,forelitismisa
manifestationoftherejectionofaSupremeBeing,and,particularly,the
LordoftheBib leWhocreatedmaninHisimageandgavehimdominionover
everylivingthing, except hisfellowman .
Becauseelitismisoftheessenceintherevolutiontakingplacetoday,
andb ecauseitdeniesthedominionofGodovermanandprovidesthetools
formantotakedominionoverhisfellowman,America'sschoolshadtoclose
thedoortothosereligionswhichrecognizeaSupremeBeingrulinginthe
VII
-
1 5
affairsofmen,andpermit
only
thosereligionswhichdeclaremenGods,to
b eadmittedtoschool
.
Now,taketheUniversityofMichigan
(please!)
.
ThePresident'sReportofthefirst25yearsoftheInstitutefor
SocialResearch(ISR)there,containssomeofthemostalarminginformation
relativetothesemattersavailab letoday
. Itconcernshumanisticelitism,
andthewayitgrewandflourishedatISRduringthatquartercentury
. It
alsoinvolvesthedevelopmentofAmerica'ssonsanddaughtersintoagents
of'change'
. ThisReportis
,
themorealarming,inthatitappearstohave
causednoalarm
b yitspub lication .
Overtheyears,therehaveb eensporadicattemptstodirectpub lic
attentiontowardwhatiscalled"socialscience",b utitsacolyteshave
madethis'science'asacredcowofthe"NewFaith",andalleffortsto
dehornithaveb eenab orted
. Previousmethodsofstudyingthehistoryof
manandthefunctionsofsocietywereab sorb edintothisnew"discipline",
and,intheprocess,wererevisedtosupporttheelitist"visionof
reality"withitsexcitinglylimitlesspotential
.
Thepractitionersofthenewartandscienceofcreatingsocialchange
throughmanipulationofthepeopleandforceswhichcontrolchange,were
notab outtolettheirvisionb ediminishedb ytheanguishofthosefrom
whomthecontrolhadb eenwrested .
LiketheReportoftheHooverCommissiononRecentSocialTrends,in
1933 (q . v . ),
thisReportonISRapparentlyfellthroughthecrackof
"cognitivedissonance"(seeChapter71)
. Thecontentofthis"President's
Report"couldnotb eassimilatedb ythosewhohadnokeytothedoorto
thisdiscipline,sofarwasitfromthewayAmericansviewthepurposesof
highereducation .
Sowhat'stheuseofreviewingitnow,solongafterthefact?The
purposeistoexposeonemorestrategicareainthesub versionofthe
Americandream - anareawhichhasreceivedalmostnoattentionfromthe
resistance,b utwhichisvitaltosurvivalofindividuallib erty
.
Sub versionoftheAmericanDreamis
still b eingservedattheInstitute
.
Perhapsthemostimportantlessontob elearnedfromthisReportis
thatthewarweareinistherightwar,b utisb eingfoughtonthewrong
fronts
. Thatisaprinciplereasonwhytheserevolutionariescontinueto
score,andthosewhoopposethemareconstantlyinjeopardy
. Whileheroic
b attleshaveb eenmountedagainstthe evidences
oftheactivitiestaking
placeatISR(andcollab oratorsinsimilarsituationsthroughoutthe
country),the
processes, b ywhichtherevolutionismovedtowarditsgoal
arenevertouched!
ThisPresident'sReportonISRtellshowitsconceptgrewfroma
comparativelyinnocuouscellofisolated,doctrinnaire,dissentersfromthe
"laissezfaire"philosophywhichundergirdstheAmericangovernment,toa
worldwidenetworkofco- conspiratorsinchangeagentry,during25yearsof
uninterruptedactivity .
Whileb attlesforthepreservationoftheRepub licwagedacross
America,ineverystate,city,townandschool,thestrategiesandtactics
whichdeterminetheoutcomeofthoseb attlesweredevelopedinsuchcenters
asISR,andnowordleakedoutab outthem,sonoeffectiveresistance
developed .
EachoftheCentersattheInstituteisassignedaspecificdiscipline
forwhicha'need'hadb eenidentified,toachievethemanagementand
controlofsociety
. TheSurveyResearchCenter(SRC),asitsnameimplies,
isinvolvedindevelopmentofsurveytechniques,whichhaveb eenhonedtoa
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16
sharpnessthatcansliceintohumanb ehaviorwithaprecisionequaltothat
ofasurgeon'sknifesheeringoffapieceofhumanfleshpriortoputting
itunderamicroscope . Thedata(information/intelligence)neededto
manipulateb ehaviorisob tainedFromthesurveys,conductedb ysuchCenters
asISR,undertheguiseof"research" .
AtSRC,concentrationhasb eenheavyon cumulativeresearch involving
economicb ehavior . Datacollectedontheeconomicstatusofindividuals
andgroups ;onmotivation,attitudes,expectationsandaspirations,is
thencorrelatedwithdataonchangesinincome,assets,deb ts,andtypesof
purchases,"contrib utingtothenewdisciplineofb ehavioralor
psychologicaleconomics" . (Justsuchadisciplineascouldhaveb eenused
to'manage'therecent"gascrisis",orthesub sequent"oilglut"
. )
SRCalsoconducts"experimentalresearch",inwhichasituationis
created,andthereactionsofthoseaffectedb yitareexamined . One
instancereportedinvolvedthescientificob servationoftheperformance
andattitudesofemployees,whenanew managementsystem wasintroduced
intotheirplaceofemployment . Thiswasundoub tedlythekindofresearch
whichdevelopedthetechniquesusedin"ThePoliticsofChange" .
Asitsnameimplies,theCenterforResearchintothe
Utilization of
ScientificKnowledge(CRUSK),isinvolvedinundisguised
planned
intervention .
Here,scenariosaredevisedforthestatedpurposeof
creatingsituationstoob tainreactionfromthetargetgroup,whoarenot
informedofthatfact . Theinformationob tainedisthenusedto develop
guidelines
touseinb ypassingcitizenresistanceto"innovativesocial
policy" .
ThispartoftheReport(onCRUSK)b oldlyaffirmsthatitsob jectiveis
todeterminethekindsofchangesneededINGOVERNMENT,toeffectthe
changesthesemattoidswantINSOCIETY .
CRUSKhasexploredtheuseofmanagersinhousingcomplexesas
facilitatorsofsocialchange
;examinedtherelationshipof"decision
makers"andthoseforwhomtheymakedecisions,toresolvetheprob lems
involvedin
settingpub licpolicy ; ithasanalyzedcost/b enefitsinvolved
indevelopmentandmaintenance(andwaste)ofhumancapab ilities
(sic!)" .
Ifallthisdoesn'tcreatetheimpressionthat,atISR,the'social
scientists'haveconcoctedtheequivalentofagiantlab oratory,inwhich
thinking,feeling,humanb eingsaregiventhesametenderattentionthat
entomologistsaffordtheinsectstheystudy,pleasewalkwithmeintothe
CenterforPoliticalStudies(CPS),and
that mayconvinceyou .
AtCPSwearemetwithstatementsofloftypurposeandnob leintent
.
Nosuchdeclaration,however,canjustifyinvasionsofprivacy
;
unauthorizedinformation(data)fileskeptonunsuspectingindividuals ;
surveillanceoncitizensandtheirelectedrepresentativeswithout
authority ;andthe
manipulationof"environment"tofacilitate'change' .
AllthisispartoftheworkofCPS .
Norcanclaimsof"ahighermorality"disguisethefactthatthese
'scientists'arehiredas teachers .
TEACHERS - ab letoopenyoungmindsto
theworldofknowledge,ortodirectthemintodeadendstreets
.
These'scientists'havenomandatefromanylegitimatesource,to
"determinelinks"b etweenprivate(individualorgroup)decisions,and
pub lic(official)decisionsaffectingthecourseofanation
. ThereisNO
acceptab lelinkb etwensuchactivityasisconductedatCPSb ytheirown
admission,andtheoperationofthegovernmentmachineryprovidedinthe
ConstitutionoftheUnitedStatesofAmerica
.
Whenself- appointed'experts'b egintotamperwiththelinkageb etween
VII - 1 7
thecitizensofthiscountry,andthosetheyelecttoservethem,the
dissolutionofthatrelationshipisalreadyb egun
. The
process
of
elicitinginformationinthatsensitiveareacarriesthegermof'change',
andtheimplicationsofTHATconstitute
aclearandpresentdanger
to
continuanceofrepresentativegovernment
.
Itistob ehopedthatthisinformationontheISRReporthasb egunto
clearupthe30- year- oldmysteryofthoseinsidious"cum"ulativefiles,
whichb otheredparents,solongago
. JustasISRacknowledgesthe
necessityfor
collectingsequentialinformation
toprovidethedataon
"changesinorganizationsandindividuals,inordertohavegreatercontrol
overshapingthefuture"(directquotefromtheReport),thecollectionof
sequentialinformationwas(andis)neededtoshapethefutureofthe
childrenintheschools .
Forinstance,thepossib ilityofsteeringagivenyoungsterintoa
predeterminednichemightb ethoughttob eimpossib le,at,say,agefive
.
Givenayear,ortwo,orfourormore,ofexposureto"positive"influences
intheclassroom,thatyoungstermighthaveb eenmadeintoalikely
- or
unlikely -
candidatefor"highereducation"
.
Withoutthe(sequential)cumfile,showingwhereastudenthadmovedin
relationtothesystem,itwouldhaveb eendifficulttogaugemalleab ility
oradaptivityofanygivenchild
. Thatinformationisessentialto
successfulintegrationintotheNewWorldOrderor,conversely,to
determinewhetherornot"thereflexoffreedom"inaparticularchildwas
strongenoughtoresistallattemptstoinitiatehim/herintothecultof
humanism
. Byvirtueofthecumfiles,studentscouldalsob eearlymarked
asnonadaptab le,asinthecaseoftheincorrigib leb oy
.
Andsothetracksystemwasdevised,andcounsellorswereprovidedto
channelthestudentsintothecoursewherethemostb enefitwouldaccrueto
theNewWorldOrder .
Anywaytheimpactofscienceonsocietyisviewed,theendresultis
tyranny .
SUFFER, LITTLECHILDREN - 90- WhoIsTampering
WithTheMindOfAmerica?
WhenMarilynFergusonwrote"TheAquarianConspiracy",sheperformeda
greatserviceforthoseofusintheresistancewhohavecried
"conspiracy!",andfoundourselvesridiculed(orworse)forsuggestingit
.
MsFergusonnotonlydarescallitthat,b utshenamesnames,placesand
groupsinvolvedinit . Sinceshe
is, admittedly,oneof"them",nonehas
comeforwardtodenyherthesis
. Itwouldb ehardtodenyit,forsomuch
ofwhatshewritesab outisvisib lypartoftoday'sworld .
Theprob lemis,shetakesgreatpainstoinsistthat her conspiracy
just"happens" -
thatitisleaderless,andspontaneouslyindividualistic,
drawnintoaninevitab lerevolutionassteelisdrawntoalodestone,
irresistab ly . EitherMsFergusonisunb elievab lynaive,orshehas
delib eratelycreatedacoverupofthefactthatthisrevolutionisb eing
conductedb yaconsciousassaultonestab lishedinstitutions,human
relations,andsocial,politicalandeconomicstructures .
In"TheAquarianConspiracy",shehaspulledb ackthescreenofsecrecy
whichhasob scuredtheexistenceofasub culturededicatedto"destruction
andreb eginning"(quote,RexfordGuyTugwell,'30sFDR'Braintruster') -
destructionoftheestab lishedorder,througha'peaceful'revolution,and
b eginningofatotallymanagedandcontrolledworldorder .
Unattainab leb yanylegitimatemeans,thatrevolutionarygoalrequires
trainedstrategistsandtacticianstodevelopb attleplansb ywhichit
couldb eachieved,andtrainedtroopstoexecutetheplans,
unquestioningly . Noneofthiscould"Justhappen" . Creationofthis
networkofcollab oratorswasafirstpriorityoftherevolutionaries,and
itprovidedalargecontingentofthetroopsneededforthesystematic
conquestoftheworld .
Thesub culturewhichFergusontreatssokindly,functionsunderthe
fictitiousnameof"socialscience",atermwhichdidn'texistuntila
descriptorwasneededtoexplaintheovertevidenceofitsactivities .
Onlyonce,duringalltheseyears,hasthisinsidiousaparatb een
threatenedwithexposure . Thatwasinthe50s,whenacommitteeof
Congressreceivedanassignmenttoexaminetheroleofthetaxexempt
foundationsinaidingandab ettingtheacceleratingerosionoftheAmerican
wayoflife .
Howthatinvestigationwasfoiledisanotherstory . Itisrelevant
heretonotethatonlythetipofthaticeb ergwasexposedatthattime .
However,itwasrecognizedb ysome,eventhen,thattherewasagreatdeal
moresub stancethanwaseverrevealed . Of vital importance,no
counter- offensivewasmounted . Hadthereb een,thissub culturewouldhave
b eenexposedlongagoforwhatitis,theculpab ilityoftheFoundationsin
itssupportwouldhaveb eenestab lished,andtherevolutioncouldhaveb een
stoppedinitstracks .
WhatisimportantnowistorefuteFerguson'spremisethatthisnetwork
is"leaderless" ;todemonstratehowitisnourished,howitextendsits
influence,andtheprocessesitusestoachieveapredeterminedgoal .
IfcaringAmericansareevertocapturetheinitiativeinthissilent
war,itisvitalthattheyknowwheretheb attleisb eingconducted,b y
whom,HOWitisb eingwaged,andwithwhatweapons
.
"TheAquarianConspiracy"answersavitalquestionwhichpuzzledthose
VII -
1 9
ofuswhotrieddesperatelytoapprisetheCalifornialegislatorsofthe
factthattheyhad,apparentlyunwittingly,approvedinstallationofa
managementandcontrolsystemintheStategovernmentandtheStatepub lic
schools
. MsFergusonidentifiesoneoftheeffectiveNewAgersasoneJohn
Vasconcellos .
JohnVasconcelloswasChairmanoftheCaliforniaStateAssemb ly
EducationCommittee,andtheJointCommitteeonEducation,andhewas,
indeed,aneffectivechampionoftheNewAgecause
. Healwayshadtime(as
fewlegislatorsdid)tolistenatlengthtothechargesleviedagainstThe
System . Hewouldapparentlyacceptthevalidityofthosecharges,would
expressconcernab outthecapab ilityforcontrol,andwouldpromiseto"do
something" . Andhefollowedthroughonthatpromise,althoughnotinthe
waywehoped .
Hedirecteddevelopmentofan"alternative"program,"Educationforthe
People",whichturnedouttob enoalternative,onlyaslickerversionof
thePPBS,withanewname . Whenthisdeceptionwasexposed,hecalledfor
anotherhearing(see"BuggyWhips",Ch . 75,forareportofthathearing),
invitedleadersoftheresistancetoAsilomarfora"retreat",toreach
"consensus",andcontinuedtolegislateelementsofTheSystem,asthough
nothingofanyimportancehadtakenplace .
Byexaminingonecelloftheaquariannetwork,thetruthab outits
"voluntarism"canb eextrapolated .
WhilemostAmericansweretotallymob ilizedtowardwinningworldwar2,
theagentsofchangeinthissub culturewereworkingatfeverpitchtowin
theirsilentwar"inadvanceofperceptib lehostilities" . Thatsilentwar
hadb eenengagedformorethanhalfacenturyatthattime,b utnever
officiallydeclared .
BythetimeofPearlHarb or,atleastfourdepartmentsoftheexecutive-
officehadb ecomeb eachheadsfortherevolutionaries .
TheDepartmentofAgriculturehadb eenpenetratedduringworldwar1,
andagentstherehadservedasanadvanceguardtothisrevolution . . Itwas
inAgriculture'sBureauofEconomicsneartheendofworldwar2thatthe
professionalstaffoftheDivisionofProgramSurveyssoughttoestab lish
"anewkindofsurveyresearchfacility" . (Wasoneofthat"staff"the
officialfromthatBureauwhometwithDrWilliamWirtin1933,atthehome
ofAliceBarrows,anddiscussedthe"NewAmericanRevolution"?SeeCh .
38) .
ActivesupportforthatresearchfacilitywasfoundattheUniversity
ofMichigan,andthatwastheb eginningoftheInstituteforSocial
Research .
Inthesummerof194 6 ,a"smallcadre"(notethemilitaryterm)of
those"professionals"fromAgricultureb roughtlifetoa"SurveyResearch
Center"attheUniversity,,andthatwasthenexusofonefilamentinthe
web oftheaquarianconspiracy
.
That"smallcadre"formedthecorewhichb ecametheInstitutefor
SocialResearch(ISR),oneofmanysimilargroupswhichcomprisethis
sub surfacenetwork
. Theothersusedidenticprotoplasmicextensionsof
influence,untilthissub cultureb ecame"TheAquarianConspiracy",as
describ edinFerguson'sb ook .
BecauseISR,itself,providedtheinformationweareab outtopresent,
andb ecauseitisexemplary,itisselectedasrepresentative . Followingis
arepriseofsomeoftheinformationinthelastchapter,toputitin
context
:
• In
194 5,KurtLewin (apioneer'socialscientist')had
estab lishedaResearchCenterforGroupDynamics(RCGD)at
Massachusetts'InstituteofTechnology . AfterLewin'sdeathin
194 7,RCGDandtheSurveyResearchCenter(SRC)atMichiganU .
joinedforces,formingtheInstituteforSocialResearch(ISR) .

In196 2,ISRspearheadedanInter- UniversityConsortiumfor
PoliticalResearch(I- UCPR),involving 14 5- other Universities .
• In196 4 ,ISRexpanded,openingaCenterforResearchon
UtilizationofScientificKnowledge(CRUSK) . CRUSK'smajor
thrustis'education' . Ithasdoneextensiveresearchinthe
"socialization"ofchildren,andtheprocessesofknowledge
retrieval,transmissionandapplication . Ithasdonethesameas
regardsteachers,parents,andotherauthorityfiguresin a
child'slife . ItwasatCRUSKthatthemeaningof"b asic
education"wasredefinedtocovertheearlyinclusionof"social
scienceknowledge"intheschoolcurriculum .
• In1970,afourthb ranchwasopened,theCenterfor
PoliticalStudies(CPS) . In1971,withagrantfromtheNational
ScienceFoundation,whichwastargetedforsupportofISR
activities"onasustainingb asis" . TheInstituteconfidently
entereditssecond25years . Itsnowhuge"professionalstaff"
foundthemselvesleading"anationalresourceforsocialscience
research" .
Itisn'tpossib letoexploreherethefullscopeoftheactivitiesof
ISRanditssatellites . Theyrangeoverthewholegamutofthe
socio- economic/politicalspectrum . AtISRthemostsophisticatedmethods
to"survey"allkindsofpeople,organizations,activities,andconditions
haveb eendevised
.
Consideringthiscapab ility,oneisremindedofaschoolsuperintendent
whoscoffedatasuggestionthatparentsmightob jecttotheprying
necessarytoimplementthenewly- exposedmanagementsysteminstalledinthe
pub licschools . Ilesaid,"Someparentsmaydeclinetoanswersome
questions . Whattheyleaveb lank, wewillget . " WashethinkingofISR
anditsyearsofcollectingandstoringinformation?
EachdepartmentofthisInstitutehasitsownfunctions . ISR,itself,
concentratesontrainingstaff,providinginstructors,teaching,
consultation,anddevisingmethodologyandprocedures
. In196 5,ISR
enlargeditsheadquarters,andaddedstillmoreresearhfacilities
. By
1971,itwasgearinguptotakeonsystematicmanagementanddata
documenting .
SRCisdirectedatthestudyofallkindsofb ehavior
- human,
interpersonal,organizational,political,social,(includingenvironmental
factors),andurb anandregionalprob lems .
CPS - theCenterforPoliticalStudies
- wasonlyayearoldin1971,
b uthadinheritedthemassivefilesfromtheInter- UniversityConsortium
andfromISR,datingb ackto194 8 . Thesefilesincludedcomprehensive
studiesofpoliticsandpoliticalb odies,b othhereandab road
.
Anyonewhocanb elievethatthisthirstfor'information'isanendin
itself,simplyhasn'tdonehishomework
. Oncesuchfactsareaccumulated,
theywillb eused . Anyoftheelementsinthemcanb emanipulated
systematically,tob ringab out'change',and'change'(rememb er)iswhat
theaquarianconspiracyis all ab out .
ResearchsuchasisconductedatISRnotonlyispreparatoryto
'change',b utb yinvolving,asitdoes,uncountedstudentsinthe Process,,
itcreateswillingcollab orators . Multiplythestudentsinvolvedat
MichiganUniversity,b ythosereachedatotheruniversities,andthe
dynamicsofthissub cultureb ecomeapparent .
THISISAPROCESSWHICHMUSTBESHORTCIRCUITED,TOENDTHIS
REVOLUTION
.
Addenda :
education=indoctrination
information=data
REMEMBER : "change"=NIEO .
RecommendedReading
:
"TheAquarianConspiracy",MarilynFergusonJ . P . Tarcher
Pub l
. ,1980
"AQuarterCenturyofSocialResearch",ISR - Michigan
University,1971
"Foundations - theirPowerandInfluence" -
ReneWormser
DevinAdair,1958
HouseReport#14 39,(ExaminationoftheChargesofDrWilliam
Wirt)1934
"WhoWillSurvive?",J . L . Moreno

(CitedinCalifornia
SenateReportonEducation,1958BudgetSession)
SUFFER, LITTLECHILDREN
- 91 - HumanRights
Withallthetalkab outhumanrightsthesedays,therearesomehuman
rightsnevermentioned .
Certainlyab asichumanrightisthatofchildrentoremaininnocent
intheirformativeyears,protectedfromtheharshrealitiestheymustone
dayfacewhentime,growthandnaturehavepreparedthemforlife . (If
anyone ispreparedforlifeintoday'sworld!)
Bywhatlogicmaychildrenb eforcedtomeetsexualityb eforepub erty
incompulsoryclassrooms?Bywhatlogicmaythehumanrightsofparentsto
decidewhentheirownchildrenarereadyforinductionintoadulthood,b e
ignored?
America'schildrenhaveb eenweanedb ythegovernmentschoolsfromthe
Christian/Heb rewstandardsofmoralityandresponsib lity,andredirected
intohumanisticlifestyles,withresultsclearlyidentifiab letoday .
Increasingly,thosewho,b ynatureorb ylaw,areresponsib leforthe
well- b eingoftheselittleones,haveb eenpersuaded(ormisguided)into
movingthatresponsib lityontoshoulderstoosmallandweaktocarryit .
Lettingchildrendeterminetheirownpathencouragesthemtofollow
thatofleastresistance . Passingvaluejudgementtothem,b eforethey
haveanopportunitytolearnconsequences,can"makementalcripplesor
moralmisfitsofthemforlife"(Ref . thelate,greatCaliforniaState
SenatorNelsonDilworth)
.
Theissueofprematureexposureofchildrentorawsexintheclassroom
wasraisedinthelate50s,b ecause,itwassaid,therewasincreased
sexualactivityintheyounginrecentyears . Ignored,thehistoryof"sex
education",whichwasb eguninearnestinthegovernmentschoolshalfa
dozenyearsearlier,stimulatingthatincreasedactivity . Ignored,
officialfindingsthen,whichdeclared"horrifying"thematerialonsex
providedas"guides"forteachersofgrammarschoolchildren . Ignored,
inherentdangersinstimulationofsexualimpulses,b ysuchmaterialgiven
tochildrennotmatureenoughtoknowthatsexismorethanclinical
knowledgeofpartsoftheb odyorasourceforaninstant"high" .
Ignored,thefactthatmanyofthesechildrenhadb eentaughtforyears
thatthereisnob ib licalrightandwrong,only"situationethics",where
wrongissometimesright,andviceversa,dependingoncircumstances .
Ignoredthat,frominfancy,manyofthesechildrenhaveb eengiveneasy
gratificationoftheirwantsb yparentswholearnedb ytheb ook - Dr
Spock'sb ook .
So- called"familylifeeducation"wasrationalizedinthe6 0sonthe
premisethatouryouthwerecastingofftheinhib itionsofa
horse- and- b uggyage
;theywerematuringearlier ;sexualitywas"meaningful"
tothem
;theyneededto y knowthe"factsoflife",whichreluctantparents
werenotproviding
. Theresultsofthisthinking,putintoaction,have
darkenedcountlessyounglives,causedmanytoendtheirown,andspreada
plagueamonggenerationsofyoungAmericans .
Pregnantgirls,stillyoungenoughtob eplayingwithdolls,seeking
ab ortions
;increaseddistrib utionofpornography ;increasedrapeand
unnaturalsex
;increasedvenerealdisease ;increaseduseb yeveryounger
childrenofillegaldrugsasescaperoutes
;increaseddisaffection,and
evensuicide,amongchildren . Thesearesomeofthefruitsofthisevil
plant .
Themostfouldenialoftherightofachildtob eachild,liesinthe
recruitmentofthemasob jectsofsexual,molestationb yadults,and/or
filmingofthatab useforprofit . Howclosetothat,though,isthe
denial
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ofachildhoodfreefromtheab normalthoughtswhichfollowexposureto
prematurediscussionsofsexuality?
Therehasneverb eenamoreob viousneedforthepeopleofthisnation
toputawaytheirdifferences,andjoininamightycrusadetoputahalt
tothisgenocideofdecency ;thisnegationofthemostb asicofallhuman
rights
;thisamoraldenialoftherightofchildrentob eprotectedfrom
prob lemswhichhavenorelativitytotheirageandcompetence .
Legislators,whoreadilyfindwaystocontrollaw- ab idingcitizensin
theirdailylives,areunab letocomeupwithcontrolsforthismost
perniciouscriminality .
UseoftheBillofRights,and,specificallytherightoffree
expression,toprotecttheperpetratorsofthesecrimesagainstnature,is
atravestyofjustice .
SUFFER, LITTLECHILDREN - 92-
Sex
andtheSINgleGoal
.
Let'sjustagree,upfront,thatsexcanb eb eautiful . Withtheright
person,intherightplace,attherighttime,itcanb etheclosestthing
toheaventhistroub ledworldcanoffer .
Butitcanalsob easuglyassin .
EversinceEve,licentiousnesshasb eentheshadowedsideofsex,never
respectab le
. Prostitution,saidtob etheoldestprofession,neveran
honorab leone . Pornographyandprurience,alwaysoutsidethepaleof
acceptedsociety .
Nottoday .
Today,whenanymoveismadetoprotectsocietyfromrampantevilthe
crygoesup,"Y oucan'tlegislatemorality!"Ofcoursenot . But
immorality canb e,shouldb e,andalwayshasb een,confinedand
circumscrib edb ytheoperationofnaturallaw . OnlyinSodomand
Gommorrah,andthelastdaysoftheRomanEmpire,hasimmoralityb een
flauntedasitistoday
.
Disob ediencetothenaturallawofmoralconductcarrieswithita
naturalpenalty . Thatpenaltymaytaketheformofillegitimacies,
venerealdisease,ab urdenofguilt,oranacceleratedtolerancefor
depravity,oranyoralloftheotherevilssovisib leandprevalent
today .
Ourpermissivesocietyhasmanyroots,nottheleastofwhichgrowsin
thesoilprovidedb ytheintroductionofrawsexintotheclassroomsofthe
governmentschools
. Howandwhysex"education"wasb roughtintothe
schoolsofAmerica,isimportanttoanyeffortb ydecentcitizenstoguard
themindsofinnocentchildrenfromtheinevitab leresultofpremature
exposuretodeb auchedpromotionofsexasab asicstudyintheschools .
Ashorthistoryofthecontinuingeffortstoemb ed"sex- ed"inthe
schoolsisessentialinattemptingtoprotectthechildrenfromtheeffects
ofprematureexposuretoday .
In1980,Californiansoncemorefoundthemselvesfacedwiththe
perennialprob lemraisedb ythesexologists . Citizensintherestofthe
Statesfoundthislatestforaysurfacingintheirschools,too
. Thiswas
tob eexpected,foritwassupportedb ytheU . S . OfficeofEducation(USOE),
andthuswasanationalprogram
. WhenCaliforniaisloanedtothe
federalesasapilotforinnovativeprograms,itisusuallyonlyamatter
oftimeuntiltherestoftheStatesaredrawnintothefederalorb it
.
Wehaveb aredtherootofthisprob lemb efore,inanothercontext,b ut
itb earsrepeating
. Thosewhodonotknowthesefactsshouldstudythem
carefully .
AsanapparentresultoftheAmericanLib raryReportoneducation,in
1932theNationalEducationAssociationcreatedanex- officoorganization,
theEducationalPoliciesCommission(EPC),forthepurposeofchangingthe
GoalsforAmericaneducation
. Theprob ab ilityisthattherealimpetuswas
theRockefellerGeneralEducationBoard,whichb ythattimewasalready
wellintosettingthestageforthoseGoals
.
Throughoutthe30s,theEPCissuedanumb erof"positionpapers"onthe
functionandoperationofeducation,and,in194 4 ,preparedavolumeof
extremeimportance,titled"EducationforALLAmericanY outh"(
emp . i n
original)
.
TheEPCassumedfullresponsib lityforthisdocument,whilegiving
credittotheindividualswhoparticipatedinitsproduction
. It"went
VII -
2 5
throughmanycarefulrevisions",soitmustb eacceptedthatthefinal
versionsayswhatitwas
meant tosay
. Thewidestpossib ledistrib ution
wasob tainedforitamongteachersandadministrators . Itwentthroughat
leastthreeeditionsinb ookform,andwasthencondensed,andputoutin
pamphletform(thesamestrategywehaveoutlinedin"Goalsfor
Americans")
. Ob viously,thiswassomethingofimportance
.
Thishighlypromoteddocumenttold, in
fictionalformat,andasthough
itwerefaitaccompli,howthePlannerswouldsolve all
theprob lems - not
justofyouth -
b utoftwoimaginarycommunities,avillageandacity,
through involvingthecitizensincooperationfortheGoalsofthe
Planners .
(Thisis"participatorydemocracy" - unheardofpub liclyuntil20
yearslater!)
Thetalethisb ooktellsisanoutlineforcomb iningfederalprograms
forhealth,educationandwelfareunderonegiantb ureau ;forheadstart
programs
;forgettingpreschoolersintothesystem ;forteacher
participationincurriculumdecisions ;for"federalfundswithoutfederal
control" ;foryouthservicesthrougha"povertyprogram"
;forremovalof
localcontrolofmatterspoliticalandeducational,"withoutseemingtodo
so"
;andmanymoreinthesamegenre .
Presentingthe"either- or"conceptofonehighlyundesirab leprogram
againstonelessob noxious(acontinuingtacticoftheserevolutionaries),
thisvolumeisab lueprintfortheparticipationof"education"in
promotionofthePlannedSociety,thoughpainsweretakenseveraltimesin
thetexttodenythatthiswasso(just as
wasdoneintheHoover"Recent
Trends"text) . TheproofofINTENTliesinthefactthat,inthe
interveningyears,theprogramssocarefullylaidoutb ytheEPCin194 4
haveb eenimplemented,oneb yone
- aswasalsothecaseintheHoover
Report .
Andoneofthoseprogramswas"familylifeeducation" ("sex- ed") .
"Sex- ed"enteredCalifornia'sschoolsb ywayofChicoHigh,outof
ChicoStateCollege,in194 6
. Thiswaslocallized,andb asedonlyon
"supplemental"texts . Neitherthelocalschoolb oard,northeStateBoard
hadapprovedeitherthecourseorthematerials . Thecoursecausedsucha
furoramongparentsandothercaringcitizens,thatthematterwastaken
underadvisementb ytheCountyGrandJury .
Afterstudyingthematerialsforthecourse,theGrandJuryfoundthat
itwas"noteducational . . . b ut,rather, in manyrespects(was)immoral" .
Theydeclaredit"inconceivab le . . . thatanymoderneducatorwouldeven
contemplatetheuseoftheb ooks . . . forchildrenofhighschoolage" .
TheStateSenateFactFindingCommitteeonEducationfolloweduponthe
findingsoftheGrandJury,andtheyalsofoundmuchofthematerialunfit
forhighschoolstudents .
Now, here'sthe
mind
b oggler . Thematerialthatwasusedinthathigh
schoolcourseisalmostindistinguishab lefromthatpreparedfor
kindegartenandpreschoolintheinfamousTeachers'Guide,whichreceived
pub liccensurewhenWilsonRiles,then- superintendentofCalifornia
Education,triedtoplaceitstatewideinthe"lowerschools"inthat
State .
DespitethefurorthoseGuidescaused(ormayb eb ecauseofit),avery
importantpointwasneverraised . Thatpointisthequestionofwhether
eitheroftheseincidentshadlargerimplications . Weraisethatpointnow .
Whentextb ookpub lishersprintmaterial,itisnoteconomicallyfeasib leto
runjustafewcopies . Howmanyofthe"resource"documentswereprinted
anddistrib utedthroughoutthecountry?Werethoseprogramsusedinother
districtsin thecountry,b utnotdetected?
Theargumentstheeducationistsandsexologistsusetopromote"sex
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education"intheschools,arespecious . Theriseinsexualdelinquency
amongouryoungpeoplehasparalleledtwopromotionsoftheeducational
estab lishment,b egunmorethan30yearsb efore . Thefirstwas"situation
ethics" - thehumanistconceptthatnothing,b yitsnature,isgoodorb ad,
rightorwrong . Theotheris"sexeducation",whichtakesthefilthoutof
thegutter,andgivesittherespectab ilityoftheschools .
Canitb eb elievedthatthe'lostgeneration'ofthe196 0s - theflower
children,thedrugculture,thevariousother'escapes'youngpeople
essayedin"religion",cultsandcommunes,theamorality,rejectionof
valuesofallkinds -
wasunrelatedtotheprogramsgivenintheschools?
Untilthe6 0s,educationistswereb lamingtheparentsfortheprob lems
childrenwerehaving . Therewasnowaythediversefamilyculturescould
allleadtothegeneraldisasterwhichthatgenerationexperienced
. There
wasonlyonecentralsource .
Inthelate50s,anotherattempttoinsertsex- edinCalifornia's
schoolswasfoundinthegradeschoolsinCalifornia,intheformofa
"comicb ook"whichusedtwodogsnamedBlackyandWhitey,todemonstrate
intercourseandmiscegenation . Itwasn't'comic'atall,andparentswere
incensed .
In1958,theCaliforniaStateLegislatureformedaCitizens'Advisory
Committeetolookintotheadmittedfailureofthepub licschoolsto
performtheirdesignatedresponsib ilities in teachingfundamentals . (Y es,
itwasadmittedwayb ackthenthattheschoolswerefailingintheir
supposedduties!)Heavilyweightedwitheducationists,theCommittee
reportedmainlyonmattersdeartotheheartofteachersandadministrators
- classsize,duties,salaries,etc . However,therewasa Minority
'
Report
included,whichrespondedtothe pub lic concern,especiallyab outsex- ed .
Sowhathappened?Alimitednumb eroftheofficialReports,(which
includedthe
Minority Report)wasprinted . TheChairmanoftheCommittee
thentouredtheState,attendinganygroupmeetingwhichwouldsponsorhim,
anddistrib utedgratisinnumerab lecopiesofaprivatelyprintedcopyof
themajorityfindings - withnomentionthatthefindingsintheMinority
Reportcontainedadenunciationofthesex- edclasses - oreventhatthere
WASaMinorityReport . TheMinorityhadexpressedthemselvesas - -
"horrified"atthecontent in thoseclasses,anddenouncedtheconceptas
"notthefunctionofthepub licschools" . Andthatwasin1958 - thatlong
ago!
That1958Guidecontinuedinusethroughthe6 0s,causingsporadic

,
parentalresistance,asnewwavesofchildrenwereb roughtintothe
schools,andnewparentswerefacedwiththe"sex- ed"program .
In1980,another,evenmore"horrifying"Guidewasb roughtonline .
RaisingagainthehoaryspecterofVD,pregnantteenagers,and"sexually
activechildren",theCaliforniaDepartmentofEducationdevelopeda
seriesof"workshops"forteachersandadministratorsofthegovernment
schools,toacquaintthemwiththelatesttechniquesin"Educationfor
HumanSexuality"(sub titled"AResourceBookandInstructionalGuidetoSex
EducationforKindegartenthroughGradeTwelve") .
Itisclearthattherewasanintenttoavoidthecontroversieswhich
roaredoutofcontrolinthe50sand6 0sovertheso- called"familylife"
programs,b ythemannerinwhichthisGuidewaspromoted . Therewereno
pub lichearingsthistime
-
nopub licity
.
TheStateBoardofEducationwasn'taskedto"approve"thisprogram .
Haditnotb eenforanalert,concernedprofessoratHumb oldtState
College,whoseindignationab outtheGuidecausedcancellationofthe
Humb oldtWorkshop,therusemighthavesucceeded . WhenProfessorJacquelyn
Kasunb lewthecover,sheaccusedStateofficialsoftryingtoslipthis
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JOC~ - )
radical interferencewithparentalauthorityintotheschoolsasa
"teachingtool"
.
ProfessorKasunwasn'toneofthechosenrecipientsoftheGuide,and
wasrefusedacopywhensheaskedforit . Shesaidthatthecopyshe
finallyacquiredwas"b ootlegged"intoherhouseinab rownpaperb ag .
Others,includingtheCatholicConferenceDirector,founditequally
difficulttoob tain
. TheDepartmentofEducationevenrefusedtodisclose
thenamesofthosewhohad prepared theCaliforniaGuide .
StampedinthetopmarginofeachandeverypageofthecopyI
ob tained,inb old,b lackletters,isthedemand : "DRAFT - DONOT
REPRODUCE"
. Clearly,thisisaveiledthreattoanycitizenwhomightwish
tofillthevoidleftb yofficialreluctancetopermitoperationofthe
BrownAct,whichstates,insomanywordsthat"thepeopleofthisStatedo
notgivetheirpub licservantstherighttodecidewhatisgoodforthemto
know,andwhatisnot ;thatthepeopleretaincontrolovertheagencies
whichservethem"
. Or,perhapsitisathreattoanywhomightmakecopies
andhandthemoutsothatpeoplecouldseeforthemselveswhattheschools
aredoingtotheirkids(whichhadb eendonewithaprevious"guide") .
Liketheinfamousprogramsofthe50sand6 0s,thisGuideisathinly
disguisedattempttoestab lishsexualityasaconstantinthechild- minds
entrustedtothegentleministrationsofthese"pub licservants"
.
Emplantingconstantthoughtsofsexinatargetgrouporindividual,is
akeyfactorinpsychopolitics -
anintegralob jectivetowardthegoalof
controllingthemindsandlivesofthe"humanresources"neededtocreatea
functioningnewworldorder
.
AsEricaCarlepointedoutinoneofherexcellentstudiesof
educationalab errations(whicheducationistslab el'innovations'
:
"Sexistheultimateweaponinpeople- taming,andpeople
control
. Whensexcanb eestab lishedasaconstantinthe
mind . . . asthedominantidea
. . . themindcanb eincapacitated,the
emotionsdestroyed,personalidentity,individuality,family
life,andmaternalandpaternalfeelings,eroded
. ALLELSEcan
b eforgottenorregardedasunimportant,whenthemindis
capturedb ythedominantideaofsex
. "
Toforcethoughtsofsexualityonthreeyearolds,asisdonein
"EducationforHumanSexuality",isanoffenseagainstnature,inaclass
withchildmolestation
. Tocontinually,throughouttheprimaryschool
years,andthroughoutthegamutofclasses,emphasizethesexualpartof
humannature,isaninvitationtotragedy .
Todothiswithout"moralizing",asisdoneintheseprograms,is
ob scene .
Finally,aftertheentirestateofCaliforniahadb eenputinturmoil
overthisprogram,theheadlineread"SEXGUIDEMEETINGSCANCELLED"
. The
storyreportedthatWilsonRiles,dulyelectedchiefschoolofficerfor
California,"hasalltheopinionsheneedsonhiscontroversialsex
educationGuide" .
Parentsofchildrenagethreeandupcannowrelax
. Right?Wrong .
Therehasb eennoreportonhowmanyofthesepornographicGuideswere
pub lishedattaxpayerexpense,b utatleast16 00ofthemwereput
in the
handsofthosewhoattendedthe10workshopsheldb eforepub licattention
focussedonthislatest"planningtool",andcausedcancellationofthe
teachertrainingsessions .
RilessaidtheGuidewouldb erevised,andrepub lished,b uthedidn't
suggestarecallofthosealreadydistrib uted,nordiscardoftheremainder
oftheoriginalprinting
.
Thereisunquestionab lyanab undanceoftheDraftGuidestillexisting,
andnothingtostoptheuseofthem,ifateacherdecidestogoitalone .
Inadditiontothepub licizedcontent,theGuideisrepletewithpages
ofreferencematerial,which,fromthetitles,appearstoofferextension
ofthesub jectmatter
. Morethanthat,NOTONEofthosewhoreceivedthese
GuidesattheWorkshopswasimpelledb yconsciencetoalerttheparentsof
theirchargesastowhatwasinstoreforthem!(Justaswasthecasein
theMoscowSchoolincident
. )Haditnotb eenforProfessorKasun,the
programwouldhaveb eeninstititutionalizedb eforeanyparentswereaware
ofit .
Ifthatisn'tdisturb ingenough,thereareteachersalreadyapplying
theconceptsofferedinthisGuide
. Thatisnotanaccusation . Itisan
echooftheconsultantwhocoordinateddevelopmentoftheDraft . Shesaid
therewasnothingintheGuidewhichshehadn'tb eenusing duringthe10
yearsshehadtaughtsexintheclassroom!
ThereisnoprotectioninthelawsofCaliforniafromsuchperversion
oftheeducationalprocess,sincethisisnot
a "mandated"program,and
onlymandatedprogramsaresub jecttoscrutiny . Thiswasa"resource",
and,assuch,wasexemptfromcontrol . Allwhoareconcernedab outtheir
childrenwouldb ewelladvisedtoseeifthisholdstruefortheirschools,
aswell . Animmediatecorrectionshouldb emade,torequirethatANY
materialusedinthepub licschoolsmustmeetagivenstandard .
Thesexologistshaveachievedtheob jectivesought,b ypresenting
"workshops"tointroducethenew"resourceb ookandinstructionalguide"
.
Thatob jectivewastoalertcooperators in
thesystem,torefined
strategiesforimplementingsex- ed .
Sexeducation is nowemb eddedinthecurriculumofthegovernment
schools,despitevehementob jectionsfromtheparents,andsupportive
evidencefortheparentalpositionfromscholars,psychologists,andeven
psychiatrists,thatprematureexposuretosexfactsisharmfultothe
children . Despitetheempiricevidencethatdelinquenciesrisefollowing
suchexposure,educationistscontinuetopromotesex- ed
. Ignored,the
indisputab lefactthatsex- ed
predates therisingcurveofpromiscuity .
Ifthereistob eanyhopeofsavingthechildren,anyattempttodoso
musttakeintoaccountthemethodsusedtocreatethisunb elievab le
situation,foritsinfluencehasnowspreadevenfurther . Rawsexhas
permeatedmoviesandtelevisiontoanalmosttotalextent . Ouryouth,
exposedtosuchdestructiveinformationintheschools,havenowgrownto
adulthood,andarespreadingwhattheylearnedasintended .
Itwilltakelegislativedenialofsexeducation,toremovethis
perniciousprogram,whichisaninvitationtopromiscuity,licentiousness,
hedonism- andworse - fromthegovernmentschools . Thatisapriority
matter .
Whileparentswhoremovetheirchildrenfromthepub licschoolsareto
b ecommendedfortryingtoprotecttheirown,theymustrememb erthattheir
children,asadults,aregoingtohavetoliveinaworldinwhichthe
majoritywillhaveb eensub jectedtothisinsidiouspenetrationoftheir
mindsaschildren - andhow will eitherthosesoab used,orthoseprotected
fromab use,copewiththat?
SUFFER,
LITTLECHILDREN - 93- InducingSexualLust
"Thefirstthingtob edegradedin(conquering)anynation
isthestateofman,himself . Nationswhichhavehighethical
tonesaredifficulttoconquer
. Theirloyaltiesarehardto
shake . . .
theirspiritualintegritycannotb eviolated
. . . "
LavrentiBeria
"Psychopolitics"
LeninSchool,1934
InreportingontherevelationoftheTeachers'Guideintendedforuse
inthegovernmentschoolsofCalifornia,wepointedoutthatakeyfactor
inpsychopoliticsisestab lishmentofsexualityasaconstantmental
stimulus
. Presentingexplicitsexfromtheauthoritativepositionofthe
governmentschools,particularlyintheab senceofanymoralvalue,is
guaranteedtodirectthechild- mindintodestructivechannels .
Psychopolitics,b ydefinitionaswellassub stantiveevidence,isnow
anintegralfactorineveryphaseofAmericanlife . Itsuseisanecessary
adjuncttowardthegoalofuniversalcontroloveralltheworld'speople
andresources .
ConquestoftheUnitedStatesofAmericawouldb eapractical
impossib ilitywithoutit .
AnnouncementthattheCaliforniaSexGuidehadb een'shelved'offered
noreasonforoptimism . Theofficialreleaseincludedtheinformationthat
responsib ilityforsex"education"wasb eingreturnedtothelocal
districts . However,whilethe Guide wasthusnot"mandated", sex
"education"was, sothewearyb attleb ytheparentsreturnedtothelocal
Boardrooms,anditpromisedtob ealosingone
. WHOdoyouthink
b ought
allthosecopiesofRiles'"b estseller"?
Andsotheb attleforthemindsofAmerica'schildrencontinued
Withoutintheleastminimizingthevitalneedforresistanceto
pornographyintheclassrooms,itshouldb epointedoutthatthereisa
wide,supportivenetworkadvancingthesamecauseofkeepingsexualityasa
constantinthemind,whichisnotlimitedtochildren . Itinsidiously
attacksALLages . Oneofitseffectsistodevelopacceptancein adults of
theperniciousattackonthechildren
. Anotheristomakeadults
vulnerab letotheseductionofthechangeagents .
Pleasekeepinmindthatpsychopoliticsrequires degradation asa
prerequisiteforcontrol . Theevidenceofthis'artandscience'b eing
activelypromotedandusedisextensive . Onesuchpieceofevidencewas
ABSCAM . Applicationofpsychopoliticalstrategiesuponelectedofficials
iscontinuallyevidenced . Thesearemenwhohavetoaskthepeopleforthe
righttoholdoffice . Whatkindofimpetuswouldcausesomanyoftheseto
actthus,whentheyknowitmeanstheirjob s?
Theuseofpsychopoliticsonthegeneralpub licisnotaseasytotrack
asisitsuseintheschoolsandonpub licofficials . Thatmakesitallthe
morethreatening . Intheinterestofmoregeneralrecognitionofthe
personaljeopardythisholdsforallAmericans,letusmentionsomeofthe
evidencefirst .
Itiscommonknowledgethattherearemoremarriagesb reakinguptoday
thantherearecouplesgettingmarried . Themostshockingstatab outthis
isthattheincreaseisgreatestintheagegroupwhichhadweatheredthe
'hard'yearsofadjustingtoeachotherandtoweddedb liss,raising
families,gettingaheadfinancially,andsupposedlyreachingthe'golden
years'. Thisisarecentphenomenon .
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Theapparentamoralityof'religious'figures,asevidencedinthe
scandalousaffairswhichdominatedthe'news'in1988isanotherfacetof
psychopoliticsatwork .
OtherindicatorsofsuccessfuldegradationoftheAmericancharacter
ab ound . Theyincludecrime,particularlythetypesofcrime(rape,child
ab use,serialmurders),andthekindofpeoplewhoareinvolved
. Include,
too,drugandalcoholab use,whichisatanalltimehigh
. Lookaround
you,andyouwon'thavetolookfar,torecognizeloweredstandards
in your
owncircleoffamilyorfriends
.
Y ou
won'thavetolookfar,either,tofindthesourceofthestimuli .
Doyouleavetheroom,whenthecommercialscomeonyourradioorTV?
Ifyoudo,youaren'treceivingsomeofthemosteffective'messages'
psychopoliticsputsout
.
Ifyouallowyourchildrentositforhoursinfrontofthetub e,you
areallowingreenforcementoftheschoolsex- edprogram,andeven
additionalstimuli
. Ifyouchoosetheirprograms,andignorethe
commercials,theyarestillatrisk
.
IfyouwatchTVatall,youmustb eawareofthekindofadultfare
whichisavailab le
. Peoplewhositforhours,drinkingb eerastheywatch
sportseventsorwhatpassesfor"entertainment"onthe'tub e'place
themselvesinseriousjeopardy
. Noticehowmanyofthecab lemoviesare
ratedXorR
. Increasingly,TVs"interview"showsarefeaturingthe
sleasiestkindsof'guests',withthewierdestperversionsimaginab le
. And
theworkshopsforaspiringcomicsarestraightoutofMinsky'sb urlesque,
whichnoself- respectingcitizenwouldattend50yearsago
.
Radiotalkshowsareclassic,inthewaystheyb ringinsexualstimuli .
Foryears,thesehaveb eenusedtoelicitreactionfromlistenersonany
givensub ject
. Inrecentyearstheyseemtohavechangedtheirrole . They
seemtofrequently'test'theircallersontheextenttowhichtheyare
ab sorb ingthesexualstimulation,andtheNewMorality .
"Doctors"haveb eenincreasinglyusedasguests,andtheymost
frequentlyspeakontopicswithsomesexualconnotation
. Astheb attlefor
themindheatsup,doctorsandpsychologistshaveevenb eenreplacingthe
hosts,and,regardlessoftheirspecialty,thetopicstheyb ringupare
usuallyeithercenteredonsexualprob lems,somerelatedtophysical
ab normality,ordriftintosuchsub jectsinthecourseoftheprogram
.
Psychiatristsandpsychologistsab oundonradio,andencourageopen
discussionofmattersb etterhandledinaprivatesession . Live- inlovers
andextra- maritalrelationsareacceptedasamatterofcourse .
Howmanylistenersareovertlyaffectedb ythissteadystimulationof
amorality?Howstrongmustspiritualintegrityb e,towithstandit?How
many children
haveradiosb esidetheirb eds,andtuneintothisplanned
erosionofpub licmoralsandprivatemorality,whentheirparentsthink
theyareasleep?Dotheygetvalidationoftheteachingtheyreceivein
schoolonthepub licairwaves?flowmanyparentswholistenwillfindtheir
ownstandardswatereddownb ytheseductivevoicespfthepsychopolitical
corpscarryingouttheirassignedassaultonfamily,morals,valuesand
integrity?Howmanyofthoseparentswillb eunab letogivemoralor
spiritualsupporttotheirchildren,b ecauseofthisunderminingoftheir
ownb eliefsandprinciples?
Whileponderingtheseunanswerab lequestions,ponder,too,thisfinal
statementfromBeria'stextb ookonpsychopolitics .
"Theendthroughlyjustifiesthemeans . Thedegradationof
populacesislessinhumanthantheirdestructionb yatomic
fission . Forananimalwholivesonlyonce,anylifeissweeter
thandeath . "
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SUFFER, LITTLECHILDREN - 94 -
TheNewSocial"Order"
Steadily,stealthily,withaminimumofpub licdeb ate,andonly
sporadicresistance,ourlocally- controlledpub licschoolshaveb een
transformedintoafederallycontrolledmonopoly . Thistransformationcan
notb eglib lypassedoffasjustanotherencroachmentofthefederal
b ureaucracy,likewoolgrowerssub sidies,orevenaninvasionoffederal
inspectors- generaloverseeingviolationsoftheIRS
.
Thisisamatterwhichnotonlyaffectstheindividualchildrenofeach
andeveryparentinthiscountry,itimpactsthetotalfutureofthenation
- andb yextension,theworld .
Captureofthepub licschoolsisthemostcriticalengagementofthe
quietrevolution . Itdwarfseveryothertheaterofrevolutionaryassault
b ytheverynatureofitsimpact
Thatthissub versionoftheeducationalprocesshasmanagedtosurvive
b othitsproponentsANDopponentsspeakstotheinvincib ilityofthe
planningwhichwentintothestrategiesdevelopedtoachievethis
ob jective .
Perhapsignoringcontinuingexposuresofitsportentb yopponentssuch
aswehavediscussed,isunderstandab le
. Therewasnopreviousyardstickb y
whichtomeasuresuchperfidy,andnowaytovalidatethepostulated
results .
Butitismoredifficulttoacceptthewaystatementsb y participants
inthisrevolutionwerepassedover,asthoughtheyneveroccurred
:

TheOccasionalPapersoftheGEBwereexplicit,andpub lic
property ;
'~Theargumentsforanationaleducationsysteminthe20s
;

ThevoluminousreportoftheprestigiousAmericanLib rary
Associationclearlyoutlinedtheroadahead ;

CloseontheheelsofthatCallwastheaddresstoorganized
educationistsb yGeorgeS . Counts,aprominenteducatorandan
involvedcollab orator,inwhichheposedthequestion"DAREthe
SchoolsBuildaNewSocialOrder?"

The Educational Policies
Commission and
its
recommendations ;

TheCallfor"ANewEducationalAgencyfortheFuture"in
the6 0s ;

NDEA'59andESEA'6 5andtheircallfor"innovation" ;
Howcouldthesehaveb eengivensolittlecredence,whentheycamefrom
"thehorses'mouth"?
Thereweresomanytrueteachersthen
. SomanylocalschoolBoards .
Somanylegislatorselectedb yconstituentswhoheldthemaccountab le
. So
manynewsoutletsstillsupportiveofthestatusquo
. Somanycitizenswho
stillpracticedtheoldvirtues,whostillfeltathrillwhentheflagwent
b y,whoheldtheprinciplesonwhichthisnationwasfoundedinviolate
Howcouldsuchradicalismaswasadmittedlyoftheessenceofthis
revolutionnotcallforthanimmediateanddecisivereaction?Thatis
stilltheunansweredquestion .
Alloftheschemesnamedb yb othproponentsandopponentshaveb ecome
accomplishedfact
. Ifthecapturededucationalterritoryispermittedto
continueonitspresentcourse,thefutureisnolongerdeb atab le
.
Itisonlyrealistictoaskifthecapturedenclavesoftheschoolscan
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3 2
bedisestablished
.ItisevenmorerealistictoassertthattheyMUSTbe .
Thealternativeistoohorrendoustocontemplate .
Already,theresultsofalltheseyearsofquietrevolutioninour
educationalprogramsandmethodscanbetallied .Frombordertoborderand
coasttocoastchildrenfromeverysectorofoursocietyevidencethe
devastatingresultsofthisdespicableassault .Bewildered,unpreparedto
meettheresponsibilitiesofmaturity,divestedofanymoralprinciples,
ignorantofthepast,andafraidofthefuture,theyouthwhohavebeenthe
innocentvictimsresorttodrugs,delinquency,depravity,anddisobedience
toanycodeoflaw .Recklessabandonmentofanymoral,ethicaloreven
practicalrestraintmarksthepathsofthefuturecitizensofthiscountry .,
Mostofthemdonotknowwhytheydothethingstheydo .Manyofthem
simplydonotcare .Likethelemmings,theyarerushingtotheir
destructionblindly - andtakingwiththemthehopesanddreamsforthe
futureofcivilization
.
Thecanardthat"theparentsaretoblame!"standsconvictedatthebar
ofcommonsense .ItISeducationthatshapesthecommonmind .Theseyoung
peoplespringfromallwalksoflife,andthepublicschoolsaretheonly
commondenominatortheyshare - exceptthedespairwhichisimpellingso
manytooptoutofalifewithwhichtheycannotcope .
Therewasorderinthiscountry,beforetheseinterventionsbegan .
Todaythereisonlydiscord,dissensionanddespair
.
Excerptsfromanaddressby
TheRoll,NelsonS .Dilworth,
late,greatCaliforniaStateSenator,
delivered16August,1957
totheCommonwealthClubatSanFrancisco
.
.
hasnotyourheartthrilledatthesightofaherdofcattlegathering
inacirclearoundtheircalveswhenabandofstrangedogscrosstheir
pasture
.Doweashumanbeingscarelessforourchildrenthandumb
cattlefortheiryoung?
Booksandteacherswhoarepurveyorsofstrangeideologiesare
enemiesindeedwhowouldcrippleourchildrenillmindandpervert
theirhonorandunderstanding .
'Whowilldenythatweshouldgiveofourbesttoouryouth,oursons
sliddaughterswhohavesprungfromourloins?Yes,thebestofour
lives,thebestofourmenus
;thebestofourfreedoms,the
.bestofour
ideals,thebestofourliterature
.Therearesomanygoodbooks,so
ninnythat,noonehasnumberedthem,biography,history,science,pure
romance,bnokqofmornlii
;y,truth,j usticen
.ndpatriotism,j ustasthe
lulltcaicl~i,needwespendpublicfundsfortheinferior,thecorruptor
Ilniihiioilingponiesoftilefniluresalongthewayoflife?
I'erincpsyousayselectioniyes,butnotremoval
.Thisquestionof
rentovnlIsn .dinictiltone
.Ameriennshavebeentootrusting
.Believing
111111 ..othersactedonthesomehighidealsastheirown,teachers,admin-
Istrntorsandboardmembershavebeenslowtocriticize,reluctantto
condemn
.'Thosewhowouldcorruptouryouth,havepresumedonthe
naturaltolern .nceofAmericans
.Theyhavehiddentheirviciouswares
midcrthecloakofnnacademicfreedomdesignedformatureadults
.
TieresulthasbeenthatmaterialsderogatoryofourAmericanhistory
andachievementsandlaudatoryoftotalitariangovernmenthavefound
theirwayintoschoolsforoiiryouth
.
. . .would
youhesitatetothrowarottenappleoutofaboxofgoodsoundapples
preparedfordistributiontoouryoungpeople?Isthatcensorship?
Wouldunitgivefilerottenappletoachild?Itonlytakesonebookto
sngt'est4lrncsnslmidardsandimproperconduct
.Itonlytakesonefalse
booktoraisedoubtsinthemindsofinquiringyouthwiththeirnatural
andpropercuriosityaboutthisbigworldaroundthem
.
Isitcensorshipif,inselectingbooksforourschoolchildren'sdesks
andlibraries,thatourschoolboardmembersinsistoilboolmIlint,"fill .
pressonthemindsofthepupilsthepriitcilclesofmeritlil,yi'?II'tuff,
becensorshiplet'shavemoreofit
.Isit,cuiwursiipforbonriliuouiltoi
toinsistontheselectionofbooksthatwilleneonrngotrioItitmlJ itiutleeI
IsitcensorshiptoinsistontheselectionofbooksIlinttenchpit
.rlolIH aiI
Iwarnyouthatpatriotism,likeeverythingelse,hastohoIiiiglitmill
tobetaughteffectivelyithastopermeateallourhooksatulIt1111H to
belivedsincerelybybothparentandteacher .
ChildrencanbemadementalcripplesandmoralmisfitsforIIleby
communistideologyintheclassroom .Tofacelifewithpervertediclcic .H
oneconomicsandpoliticalinstitutionscripplesayouthmorech+H l
.ruo-
tivelythanautomobilecollisionsorpoliodiseases
.
TherecanbenoenduringIl,epnhlicinAmericaoperating]itcon-
stitutionallibertytoexpressthewillofthepeopleunlesswehave
citizensandleaderswhoaredevotedtotheRepublicandwhohave.
beenwelltaughtintheiryouthallthemethodsandnecessaryniceits
ofpreservingfreedom
.
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- PoliceStateAmerica
ToplacethedevelopmentofthePoliceStateinthiscountryin
perspective,itisofsomeimportancethattherebenotonlybasic
informationontheway'law'operatedinthiscountrypriortothe
interventionsofThePlanners,butofthewayothercountrieshavehad
tyrannyintroduced
.Inotherchaptersinthisbookwehaveaddressedthe
matterofoverttakeoverofformerlysovereigncountriesbyexternalforce .
Butsomecountriessuccombedtointernal,seeminglydemocratic,forces,
suchasarebeingwitnessedtodayintheUnitedStates
.
Toaidinobtainingreliablefactsaboutthestepswhichledtotyranny
elsewhere,shortofspendingdaysinapubliclibrarygoingthrough
microfichesofoldnewspapersandmagazines'thereisnothingtocompare
witholdannualalmanacs,whichcontainhighlightsofactualeventsfrom
theprecedingyear
.Thesealmanacsaregettingscarce,butcopiescan
stillbefoundinsecondhandbookstores,andoccasionallyatrummageor
garagesalesorfleamarkets
.Theycontainawealthoffactual
information
.
"UsedBook"stores(especiallyoffthebeatenpathones)areagold
mineofout-of-printbooks .Manyofthereferencesherewerefoundondusty
shelvesinsuchplaces .Oldtextbooks,actuallyusedintheschoolsbefore
therevisionistsbegantorewritehistory,arealsoagoodsourceof
information .Weselectedsuchatext,19 34vintage,whichwasusedin
classesinCalifornia'sFresnoStateCollegepriortorevision,to
illustrateourpremiseinthischapter .Becauseitisafascinating
exampleofadvocacy,aswellasanaccurateaccountof"NewGovernmentsin
Europe"(itstitle),thetextwechoseforourpurposehereisaclassic
exampleoftheuseoftruefactincreatinganerroneousbelief .
"NewGovernmentsinEurope"waspublishedbyTheForeignPolicy
Association,andfeaturedthewritingofVeraMichelesDean .Sinceboth
thepublisherandthescribeweresupportersofthe'oneworld'thesis(the
themeofthetext)understandably,itfostersstudentacceptanceofthat
concept .Despitethatshortcoming,thistextoffersdemonstrablyaccurate
reportingofthen-emergingpatternsofgovernmentsinEuropeinsucha
conciseandreasonablyaccuratemannerthatitisanacceptableframefora
referencepoint .
Forourpurpose,weselectedthechapteronGermanyin"NewGovernments
inEurope"becausethelegalgovernmentthere(beforeHitler)strongly
resembledourowngovernment,andbecausethestepstakentheretowardthe
'emergence'ofthepolicestateseemtohavebeenatemplateforthesteps
takeninrecentyearsinAmericatowardthatend .
Thistextbookstatesthat :
"TheWeimarConstitution still(in 19 34)formsthelegal
basisoftheGermanState
.It(theConstitution)survives,
however,asanemptyshell ."
So,inAmerica .TheConstitutionstillformsthelegalbaseforthe
governmentofthiscountry,butitishonoredmoreinthebreachthanin
theobservance .
ThetextbookgoesontoenumeratetheincursionsontheWeimar
Constitutionwhichproducedthat"emptyshell"inGermany :
" . . .the chancellorshipandthePresidencyhavebeenmerged
intoasingleomnipotentoffice ;
" . . .no
division(remains)betweenexecutive,legislativeand
judicialpowers
. . . ;
" . .
.individuallibertieshavelargelydisappeared
. . . ;
" . . .the
federalstructurehasbeensweptaway
;
" . .
.Germanyhasbecomeanauthoritarian,unifiedstate
."
Andin-America?

TheOfficeofManagementandBudget(OMB)isnowthecenter
ofgovernment,andthe'President`isbutafrontmanforthe
invisiblegovernment
.

TheConstitutionaldivisionbetweenthelegislative,
executiveandjudicialpowershasbeeneroded
.Todaythe
lawmakingpowerisvestedinallthree
: Congresshasusurped
presidentialprerogatives
; thePresidentbypassesCongress
; and
theSupremeCourtconsistsofideologueswhosepersonal
philosophyrulesoverConstitutionalmandates
.

Individuallibertieshaveallbutvanished,andthosewhich
remainareinconstantjeopardy .

Thefederalstructurehasbeensweptawayinafloodof
regionalarrangements .
Americaisnowanauthoritarian,unifiedstate
.
ThesamestepswhichcreatedthepolicestateinGermanyhavealso
alteredtheessenceofthelawfulgovernmenthere
:

AsknotwhyyourCongressandstatelegislatorsnolonger
doyourbidding ;

Asknotwhythemansittingintheovalofficecancampaign
on"Readmylips"andthen,inoffice,repudiatehispromise
;

Asknotwhythejudiciarynolongerdetermine
Constitutionalissuesontheirmerit ;
*Asknotwhycandidatesnolongerspeakoftheissueswhich
concernYOU
.
NONEofthesearerelatingtheiractionstotheConstitutionwhich
governedthiscountrysowellforsolong
.Alloftheaboveareactingin
relationtothealteredstate -
aunified,authoritarian,administrative,
non-responsiveprogrammedgovernance .
WasGermanya"pilotproject"togaintheneededexperience,tactics
andstrategiesforasuccessfulcoupsintheUnitedStatesofAmerica?
Itcouldhavebeen
.Thereisaclearlydiscernablehistoryoftheuse
ofprototypesforexercisesinsubversionofthiscountry
.Onein
particularwastheso-called"5 -5 -5 Project",whichboldlyclaimedthe
experimentalnatureofitspenetrationoffivestates,fivecounties,and
fivecitiesinpreparationfornationalimplementation
.Thiswasonesuch
incidentwhichdoesnothavetobepresumedtobeapilot
.Its
perpetratorsthemselvesproclaimedthefact
.Anothersuchincident(though
thiswasnotadmitted)wastheso-called"replacement"forthePPBSystemin
California'seducationstructure .Therearemanysuchexampleswhichcan
beidentifiedonlybecausetheircontentorlatereventsdemonstratethat
theywere"practiceruns" .
PreparationsforPoliceStateAmericawererepletewithincidentswhich
demonstratethefactofpreplanning .Thus,in19 63,theRiceLake
(Wisconsin)Chronotypereportedona"wargame"directedatfarmers,who
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2
mightresistaplanned'government'assaultondestructionoftheir
capabilitytoproducefoodstuffs
.Chargingthateliminationofsmallfarms
wasa'government'objectivedesignedtocausefoodshortages,thepaper
printedpicturesofthetrainingoftheNationalGuard in riotcontrol,to
quellanexpectedrevoltbythefarmers
.
MembersoftheCombatSupportUnitfromthefirstbattalionofthe
12 8thInfantryDivisionoftheNationalGuardweredividedintotypical
'red'and'blue'trainingunits
.One'team'wasdesignatedtorepresent
thefarmers,theother,the'protectorsoflawandorder' .
Accordingtothearticle,thelatterwere"trainedandpsychologically
conditionedtocontrol,arrest,orevenshootsomeoftheprotesting
farmers"
.Alsomentionedwastheassimilationoflocalsheriffsandpolice
intothe"exercise" .
Longbeforethat, in
19 5 0,anothernecessarypreparationforthe
plannedmilitarycontrolofthecountrywasconductedinanumberofcities
andtowns,primarilyinsouthernCalifornia
.TheLosAngelesSuncarried
thestoryofoneofthese,whichwasthoughttohavebeenthefirstinthe
country,inPalmSprings
.Thearticlewasheadlined"A'Mock'Military
GovernmentTakeoverorRehearsalfortheRealThing?"
This"exercise"wasconductedbyArmyMilitaryReserveUnits,which
later"occupied"ninesmallcitiesaroundLosAngeles
in July19 5 1 .Iwas
livinginoneofthosesmallcitiesatthetime,andIcanrememberthe
incidentvividly
.Toquietthecitizenreaction,thelocalpaperscarried
anofficialexplanationthatthemaneuverswerenecessary in caseofan
invasionbyaforeignpower
.InCulverCity,thepressreportedthe
explanationthattheywerepreparationsforuseinsomeunidentified
foreigncountry .
Inallcases,substantiallythesametacticswereused
.CityHallwas
"invaded",andtheMayorandcouncilmenweretakenprisoner,forcibly
removedfromtheiroffices,andjailed .Civilianactivitieswerethen
takenoverbythemilitary
.
TheSunreportedthatthesemaneuverswerenotdoneunderthestarsand
stripes,butunderablueflagsimilartotheUnitedNationsemblem .
Thearticlestatedthattheexercisesweredoneundertheauthorityof
thenewlypassedUniversalMilitaryTrainingAct
.
Thereisacontinuingrecordofsimilarincursionsagainstlawful
conductofgovernmentthroughouttheyears .InJuly19 63,JohnFitzgerald
KennedyissuedthepuzzlingseriesofExecutiveOrderson"emergency
planning",whichcreatedauthorityforspecificinstancessuchasthese,
coveringeveryaspectofthepoliticalspectrum,evenincludingablanket
authority,incasesomeunforeseencircumstancearosewhichwasnot
covered .
Alsoin19 63,amassive"exercise"knownas"DesertStrike"was
conducted,andalater,expandedversionwasknownas"OperationWater
Mocassin" .
In19 69 ,the - AnaheimBulletincarriedafrontpage,headlinedreporton
a'secret'officialplantotakeoverthecities,justaswasdone in the
5 0spilotprojects .
Theseactsagainstcitizensandtheirdulyelectedofficialswere
sporadicthroughoutthe5 0sand60s,butbecameinstitutionalizedwiththe
passageofthe"SafeStreetsandCrimeControlAct"of19 68,andcreation
ofthe"LawEnforcementAssistanceAdministration"(LEAA) .
Only,underLEAAtheactivitytookplaceinthegovernmentdirectives,
reportsandresponsewithintheagenciespreparedtodeliverPoliceState
America .
THEAUTHORITARIANSTATE - 9 6 -
WhatYouDon'tKnow . . .
AtapoliticalmeetinginCaliforniain'19 74,adelegatehadaskedfor
timetopresentinformationontheongoingprogramfora"criminaljustice
system"
.Hefeltwhatwasbeingdonewasofmajorimportance,butthat
therehadn'tbeenenoughknowledgeorconcernaboutit
.Wordgotaround
thathewasgoingtospeakonthissubject,andsomewhowouldnot
otherwisehaveattended,wenttohearhim
.Manywhohadfollowedthe
so-calledCouncilonCriminalJusticesinceitsinception,hadserious
reservationsabouttheworkitwasdoing,butnotenoughinformationwas
beingreportedaboutittomakeajudgement
.
AmongthosewhowenttothatmeetingtolearnmoreaboutCriminal
Justice,wasalittleladyfromHanford,California,who,
in justafew
shortyearshadchangedfromahappyhousewifeandmother,toadedicated,
vocalopponentofregionalgovernance
.Thismetamorphosishadbeen
occasionedbytheappointmentofBernadineSmithtotheKing'sCounty
"CitizensCommittee"foreconomicdevelopment,whereshefirstbecameaware
oftheregionalistPlan .
Bornwithastrongaversiontohalfwaymeasures,andbroughtupina
traditionofloveforGodandcountry,Bernadine,asawifeandmother,had
putherheartandenergyintoherfamilyandhome .Thechildren
successfullylaunchedintotheirownlives,thehomeapictureof
perfection,andwithherdevotedhusbandandpartnerinasuccessful
businessconcurring,Bernadineturnedtopublicservicetoabsorbthe
energiesnolongerneededbyherprimaryinterests .
OntheCitizensCommittee,BernadineSmithfoundherselfunableto
believewhatwasbeingproposedforhercommunity .Determinedtofindout
whypeople(herselfincluded)didn'tknowwhatwasgoingon,shewrotea
StateSenator,whohadbeeninthenewstalkingaboutthissubject
.His
responseconfirmedherworstfears
.Thatwasthebeginningoftherestof
herlife,asshesearchedforanswerstothequestionswhichfloodedher
mind .
Daysandnightsofporingovermassive,technicalandgovernmental
documents ; attemptstoinvolveherneighborsandfriendsinherconcerns
;
contactswithstateandlocalofficials
; volunteeringforwork in her
chosenpoliticalparty
.Basedonwhatshesaw'happening' in herown
community,aswellasoriginalresearch,Bernadineputherresearch
findingsintoastudyonregionalgovernance
.Inthatstudy,she
documentedRonaldReagan'sactiveparticipationintheforefrontof
regionalplanning,fromhisacceptanceofappointmenttotheACIR,tohis
activeroleinformationoftheregionalpolice
.
Continuingconcernhadtakenhertotheaforementionedpolitical
meeting .There,shelearnedthatReaganwasprogrammedtoissuea
proclamationacceptingthe'recommendations'ofhisCommissionfor
reformingthecriminaljusticesystem
.Sherespondedtoanobviousneed .She
gotagrouptogether,andtheydemandedameetingwithReagan .Withthe
helpofabraceofSenators,theyforcedthatmeeting
.
Asaresultofthatconfrontationwithlame-duckGovernorRonald
Reagan,BernadineSmithbecame'controversial'* .
WhilethemeetingwiththeGovernorwasbeingarranged,additional
informationwasuncoveredwhichdocumentedthefactthattheBlueRibbon
CommissionwhichReaganhadappointedhadbeensubjectedtoamind-control
techniqueknownas"Delphi",bywhichmeanstheMembershadbeenbroughtto
acceptbyconsensusalmostalloftheStandardsandGoalsalready
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programmedforinclusionintheplanned"criminaljusticesystem"
.
Intheconfrontation,RonaldReaganclaimedhedidnotknowofthe
proclamationhewasscheduledtomake,whichwouldapprovethe"planto
takeoverAmerica"throughanationalpoliceworkingjointlywiththe
military
.Itwasdifficultthen,andfarmoredifficultnow,tobelieve
thatReaganactuallydidnotknowoftheproclamation
.Thefactthathe
didnothingtonullifytheresultsoftheworkoftheCommission,even
afterbeinginformedoftheintentofthejobbeingdone,plusthefact
thatafterbeinginstalledintheWhiteHouseheextendedThePlan
nationally,speakslouderthanhiswords
.
Asthefactsemergedabouttheso-called'Iran/Contra'disclosures,all
Americawasstunned
by
Reagan'sclaimsthathehadnoknowledgeofwhatwas
goingonwithintheNationalSecurityCouncil,whichheheaded,andwhich
wasmannedbyhishand-picked'advisors'
.Canitbethathisprofessed
innocenceofknowledgeisbutanotherstrategyinthegameplanweare
documenting?
Ifhehaslearnedthatwhatyoudon'tknowCANhurtyou
- can,in
truth,bemortallywounding -
heevidencesnorecognition
.The
demonstrablerecordofdevelopmentofthisplanmakeshimculpable,ashis
partinitisliberallyrecordedinstatedocumentsproducedunderhis
leadership,andisnowpart
of
therecordatthefederallevel
.
PerhapsthemostpuzzlingaspectoftheCaliforniaaffairisthatit
didnotresultintheendofhisdreamoftheWhiteHouse
.Anheroiceffort
wasmadebythecitizenswhoknewofthisperfidy,toinformthepublicat
largeofitsportent
.UROC(UnitedRepublicansofCalifornia),thelargest
Republicanvolunteergroup
in
theStatedeniedReagantheirsupportin
an
futurepoliticalplanshemighthave,
well in
advanceofthenational
campaign
.ThepublicpresschosetoignoreboththeUnitedRepublicans'
Resolution,andthepoliticalimplications
.
CanBernadinebefaultedforheropenrejectionofhispleaof
ignoranceofanyschemetoimplementtheCriminalJusticeGoalsbeforehe
leftofficeinSacramento,whenhemadenoefforttoimposehisgreat
prestigein
opposition
totheStandardsandGoals -
evenafterhewas
informedoftheirimportbythedelegationsheheaded?
Theattacksonthiscourageouspatriotaccusedherof"nitpicking",
while, in
fact,itwasherdetractorswhowereguiltyofindulging
themselvesinthischildishsubstituteformeritoriousargument
.Lacking
substance in
theircharges,heropponentsresortedto"guiltby
association",byincludingoneofthefinestconstitutionalwritersinthe
country-
JoHindman -
intheirslanderousattackonBernadine,merelyfor
reporting
thefactsaboutthemeetingwithReagan!
SincereAmericans,includingthosewhomayhavebeenmisledinto
condemningBernadineSmithbecausetheydidn'tknowthefacts,shouldlook
carefullyattherecordbeforebeingjudgemental
.They,too,couldlearn
thatwhatyoudon'tknowCANhurt!ThisholdstrueofANYsuchattack,on
anybodywhoattemptstoshowthatthereisroomtoquestionactswhichhave
impactsodemonstrablyinimicaltothebestinterestsofthisnation
.
Itisanationaldisaster,ifcharmandawinningsmileareallowedto
takeprecedenceoverthetruth
.
AsoneofBernadine'sdetractorssaid
in
theheatofthebattle,"It's
hardenoughtofightourenemies,letalonethosewhoprofesstobeour
friends ."
WebetterbeVERYsurewhoourfriends
are,
beforewefightatall!
Thatgoesinspadesforourenemies
.
Addendum :
"controversial"=anythingoranyonewhoimpedesor
threatenstoimpedeEstablishmentplans
.
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THEAUTHORITARIANSTATE -9 7-
ThePlantoTakeOverAmerica
Therevolutionarymovementtoward"anewworldorder"hasadvancedso
far,now,thatitsachievementsarebecomingevidenttothemost
'apathetic'amongstus
.
Depending,asitmust,onaconditionedcitizenrywhichwillaccept
themostflagrantridiculositiesas'normal',therevolutionalsodepends
onacarefulnurturingofanillusory'normalcy'bythenewsmedia
.
Obediently,themediasuppressesoromitsthereportingofany'news'which
mightencouragerecognitionbythegeneralpublicoftheproliferating
progressoftherevolution .
Atthesametime,themediapicksandchoosesanyofnumerous
situations,whichhavenorelevance,tomagnifyandstress
in their
reports .Theillusionof
.'normalcy'isfurthered,too,bysaturation
reportingofnonconsequentialtrivia,orbysensationalism,suchas'child
abuse',sexualpecadillos,andmassmurders,which,whileofsingular
concern,donotcompetewiththedestructionofanationfor
newsworthiness .
So,wheninformationaboutmattersofsubstancewhichinvolve
revolutionaryactionisofferedbyestablishmentsources,itshouldbe
approachedguardedly,andexaminedcarefully,todeterminewhatpurposeit
serves .
Thisisthecasewithanumberofcolumnswhichappearedunderthe
bylineofthatmasterofdiversion,JackAnderson
.Sincehisarticles
concerningthematterof'criminaljustice'beganappearingjustbefore
theNovember,19 84,'election',itcouldbethoughtthattheywerejusta
shotattheReaganadministration,toaidthechallenger
.Totheinitiate,
awareoftheReaganrecord,thisisridiculousonitsface .Buttothose
citizenswhoareonlybeginningtorecognizetherealproblems,their
decisionatthepollsmightwellhavebeencoloredbythemattersdisclosed
inAnderson'scolumns .
Thecolumnsinquestionhadtitlessuchas"Awould-bedictatorin
Washington"and"Glorifiedair-raidwardensplantotakeoverAmerica"and
haddirectrelationtotheconfrontationCaliforniacitizenshadwith
Reagan,asaresultofBernadineSmith'sattempttoderailThePlanfor
'criminaljustice'inCalifornia .
Anderson'scolumnshadtodowiththeactivitiesofoneLouis
Guiffrida,andafederalagencycalled"FEMA"(FederalEmergencyManagement
Agency) .

Hisarticlesappearedtosuggestthatheconsideredhewas
droppingtheequivalentofanuclearbombfromhisWashington
Merry-go-round
.Thetruthisthatnoneofhisfactsadduptotheimpact
ofa4thofJuly"lady'sfinger" .
Anderson'sinformationabouttheFederalExecutiveOrders(EOs)was
madepublicbyeverynoncontrollednewsoutletinthecountryintheearly
60s,whenJohnKennedyenteredthemintheFederalRegister
.The
Establishmentmediaconsideredthisvitalinformation'non-news'
.
Anderson'sexpressedconcernaboutapendingbill(theDefenseResources
Act)whichhequotedasbeingdesignedto"providetheExecutiveBranch
withtheauthorities(sic)necessarytomeetvariousconflict
contingencies"isabsurdonitsface
.
Justincaseheisreallyunawareofthefact,whenthoseEOswere
enteredintheRegister,and
notcontravenedbyCongress, theyassumedthe
force-oflaw .
Asreportedinthisbook,butitbearsrepeating,this
situationarosefroma'law'promulgatedbyHerbertHoover,whenhewasin
theWhiteHouse .Hoovercausedanamendmenttobeattachedtoabillbeing
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consideredbyCongress,underwhichtheExecutivecouldenteranEO in
the
Register,and,ifCongressdidnotnullifyitwithin30days,itassumed
thefullforceofany
legislativeact . Hoovercalledthis"puttinginertia
onthesideofchange"
.Andithasservedtherevolutionwelleversince .
AsforFEMA,anditspotential,itisnomoreconcerningtodaythanit
wasadecadeandahalfago,whenDonBellbrokethestoryofthetraining
campsetupinCaliforniaundertheadministrationofthen-GovernorRonald
Reagan,whichwascreatedtopreparetheframework,personneland
strategiesforsuchanagency .
Thiswriterdidaseries of articlesonitscontent,backin19 76,
whichwerewidelydistributedlaterintheformofapamphlettitled"The
Rim" .Wealsowroteanumberofcolumnsonthemethodsusedtocontrolthe
groupscommissionedtodevelopprogramssuchasFEMAtoassurethatthey
didn'tveerfromthegoal
.*Toourknowledge,thatistheonlyrecordof
actualcontrolofsuchgroupswhichhasbeendocumented .
Itisthatkindofcontrolwhichisnowmakingashamblesofourlaws
andourlives,andsucceedinginintegratingthese"flagrant
ridiculosities"intoagovernmentwhichwasintendedtooutlawforeversuch
oppressionsastheycontain .
Yes,Jack,andyes,America,thereISaplantotakeoverthiscountry,
andtheoperationknownasFE?1Ais a vitalpartofit .ButwherewasJack
Anderson,whendefangingitwouldhavebeencomparativelysimple?Forthat
matterwhywasitnotreportedbeforeitbecamedefacto,andinthefirst
stagesofoperation?
DidJackAnderson(orhispuppetmasters)wanttheAmericanpeopleto
'fightback'atanidentifiedperil,whichtheyweretobelievewasonlya
proposalinsteadofanactualprograminbeing?Werethecitizenstospend
theirtimeandresourcestryingto"stop"thismonstrosity,whenitreally
needed
excising, sinceitwasalreadypast'stopping'?
WeretheAmericanpeopletowastetheirshotonapuffed-upNational
GuardGeneralandimaginary'airwardens',who, in truth,werebuttools
forthosewhoreallyplannedthisoperation?WeretheytobombardCongress
withlettersopposingabillwhich,toallintentandpurpose,was already
law?
Comeawn,Jack!Ifyoureallywanttodropabomb,getyour
'associates'touncovertheREALstoryastowhatandwhoisbehindthe
"plantotakeoverAmerica",sotheAmericanpeoplecangetatthereal
culprits,beforeitistoolate .
Those"specificoutrages"whichyoureportFEMAhasinstore,suchas
"tosuspendtheConstitutionandtheBillofRights,effectivelyeliminate
privateproperty,abolishfreeenterprise,andgenerallyclampAmericansin
a"totalitarianvise",havebeenapprovedby everyoccupantoftheWhite
HousesinceJohnKennedy
.RonaldReaganwasintheGovernor'schairin
California,whileLouisGuiffridabeganbuildingthisempirethere,under
theauthorityoftheLawEnfocementAdministration,andtheGovernor's
Office .
ThegamesyoudescribebeingplayedinandthroughtheNational
SecurityOfficeandtheJusticeDepartmentareasmokescreen,todivert
attentionfromthesubstantiveissue,which is, thereisnoonein
Washington (or,indeed, in anybranchofourgovernment)withthebackbone
neededtoblowthewhistleontheshadowgovernmentwhichisresponsible
forthedesecrationthisprogramrepresents .
THEAUTHORITARIANSTATE
-9 8- TheInformationGap
Inordertounderstandwhatiswrongwith'criminaljustice',onemust
atleastbecomefamiliarwiththepracticeswhich
were
theoperationalbody
oflawenforcementinthecontextofhistoricprocedures
.Tobeableto
correcterroneuspractices,anunderstandingofhowlawandorderwas
effectedunderourlawfulgovernmentisessential
.
Today'spracticesin'criminaljustice'havebeenputinplace
incrementally,throughaseriesofmaneuverswhich,seeminglyunrelated,
haveyetalteredthepurposeofourlegalsysteminsubtlewayswhichare
difficulttodetect,untiltheyareforcefullyactivated,atwhichpoint
citizensmaywellfindthemselvescaughtupinalegaltangleallbut
insoluble .
Evenawatchfulcitizenrymaybeforgivenfornotrecognizinga
deliberateplanbehindthealterations
.Unlessonehasfollowedthe
machinationswhichhavepreparedthewayfortheradicalchanges
in the
systemof"justice"nowinplace,oneisunlikelytoquestionthemethods
beingused
.Evenso,manyfacetsinthereconstructedsystemappear
innocent,untilonedaytheyarebroughtonline,andtheirtruenatureis
exposed
.
There
acceptance
werenot
.
Inourchaptersonregionalismandlanduseplanning(LUP),wehave
pointedoutsomeofthe'new'approachesto'justice'asappliedthrough
Courtdecisionsinthosematters
.Nowyourattentionisdirectedtosome
oftheimportantstepswhichhavebeentakentobringourjudicialsystem
inlinewiththe"overlaygovernment"whichhasallbutdestroyedthetime
honored,value-provensystemprovided
in ourConstitution,and/orthrougha
centuryofpainstakingconstructionofequitableapplicationofjustice
.
Mostofthesechangeshavebeenbroughtaboutinlessthanathirdof
thetimeitttooktobuildthem,throughtheactivitiesoftheregional
beachheadinthefederalgovernment
-
theAdvisoryCommissionon
IntergovernmentalRelations(ACIR)
.EveniftheACIRhadnotprovideda
clearrecordofitsinvolvementinthesemattersthroughitsmonumental
Reportsandadvisories,itspresenceinthemisaffirmedbytheneat
interrelationshipofeachalterationwitheveryother
.Thereisnoway
thatsuchstepssupportiveoftheACIRgoalcouldjust'happen'
. TheyHAD
tobe
planned,
andACIRistheCongress-approved,self-proclaimed
planning
body forthesematters .
TheACIRschemeforreplacingelectedrepresentativeswithappointed
"experts"hasalreadybeendiscussed
.Sohaseliminationoftheoathof
officeasarequirementforthedutiesofappointees
.Therewasatimewhen
everymeetinginvolvingpublicmatterswasopenedinthepresenceofthe
flag,withthepledgeofallegiancerecitedinunisonbyallin
attendance
.Whenthesesymbolsofsovereigntyfirstbegantobe
eliminated,therewereprotests
-
tonoavail
.Eventuallymeetingswere
Thismayseemtrivial,butit
Thesearesymbolsofthegolden
islessreasontoexcuseourelectedofficialsfortheirblind
ofthosealterations
.Theyshouldhavebeenstandingguard,and
notevenheldinthepresenceoftheFlag
.
isbasictotheproblemswefacetoday
.
_mean -
theyardstickoftheruleoflaw .
Totherevolutionaries,symbolsareof
denotingvictoryandpeaceareuniversally
toolsofrevolution
.SotooistheSoviet
salute .Theredtieandpocketsquareare
VIII - 8
greatimportance
- theirsymbols
recognized
.Bothareusedas
clenchedfist,andtheNazi
alsosymbols
.Symbolssenda
messagetotheinitiate,andaretoooftensupinelyacceptedintheir
apparentcontextbytheinnocent .
Quietly,andwithaminimumofpublicity,ourlegalsystemisbeing
transformed,withnovaluejudgementplacedonthealterations
.Thus,the
CourtdecisionsontheTahoeRegionalAreaPlanhavecreatedawholenew
bodyoflaw,whichhasnotyetimpacted
publicconsciousness, becauseit
hasneverbeenpubliclydisclosed
.
Similarly,therelationshipbetweenlaw-abidingcitizensandthe
criminalelementofsocietyisbeingaltered
.Protectionofthe'rights'
ofcriminalsallbutblotsouttherightsofthevictims
.Forthesame
reason,thisisonlybeingrecognizedasitsimpactisfeltonsociety
.
Proliferationof'laws'affectingtheuseofprivatepropertyhavemade
giantinroadsagainstthecitizenwhosenaturalbentistolivewithinthe
law .Suchcitizenscanbecomeviolatorsoflawinallgoodwill,simplyby
beingignorantofthealteredrelationshipofthe'government'toproperty,
ortheredefinitionofapplicable'law' .Now,effortsarebeingmadeto
have"enforcementofficers"workingoutofplanningdepartments,topolice
privatepropertyforinfractionsofthePlanners'codes(whichtheycall
'law'),
andthetotalitariantoolofcitizensspyingandreportingontheir
neighborsisopenlyencouragedthroughmediahype .
Itischillingtowatchascitizensrespondtothefailureoftheir
representativestoservethetrueresponsiblitiesofgovernmenttoprotect
anddefendtheirrights,by'helping'lawenforcementthroughreporting
"violations"to'authority' .Thisstrategywasanimportantpartofthe
controlsystemsinbothGermanyandtheSovietUnion .
Whenthemediareportsanyoftheseincidents,itdoessoinas
matter-of-factamanneraspossible,whichmakesashockingrevelationseem
routine .
Alessononthisfailureofthepresstorelatecauseandeffectcanbe
found in thememoirsofHermannUllstein(expatriatequondampublisherofa
newsempireinpre-HitlerianGermany) .Ullsteinfoundrefuge in theUnited
Stateswhenthepogromsbegan .Helosthisempire,hisfamilyandhis
fortunewhenhehadtofleehisnativeland .
Inhisautobiography,writtenafterhisescapefromthetyrannyof
Hitler,Ullsteinwentintodetailaboutthefailuresofthepress
-includinghisown-totruthfullyreportwhattheNationalSocialistswere
doingtotheRepublicofGermany .Whenhesawthesamefailuresofthe
pressinthiscountryhewasimpelledtoissueapoignantwarningofthe
inherentdangerinthesilenceofthepresshereaboutmattersof
tremendousimport .
Withgreatcourage,thisexpatriatetoldhowhefoundthesituation
herealmostidentictothatwhichhadexistedinhiscountry,andInwhich
hehadbeenanactiveparticipant,uptoapoint .Whenhefinallyrealized
whatthesilenceofthepresswassupportinginGermany,hetried
desperatelytoenlisttherestoftheGermanpressinacampaigntooppose
theprogramsHitlerwasimplementingpiecemeal,butwasunsuccessful .By
then,itwouldhavebeensuicidalforthepresstoreversethepolicies
theyhadinstituted .
Ullsteinwroteinhisautobiography :
"Suddenly,oneday . .
.afrighteningdiscoverywasmade,(of)
ahighlytreasonousplot,revealingHitler'ssubversive
program
. . .Thepopulationwasseizedwithasuddenfear
. . .plans
toconfiscateallfoodstuffsandprivateproperty
. .
.thepolice
weretosurrendertotheStormTroops
. .
.saleandpurchaseof
provisionswereforbidden . .
.anyonerefusingtoworkforthe
State was tobeforcedintostarvation . .
.Martiallawwastobe
proclaimed . . .AnyonedisobeyingtheordersoftheStormTroops
wastobepunishedbydeath . . .thosefoundtobeinpossessionof
firearmsweretobeshotatsight . . . "
Ithasnot'happenedsuddenly'inthiscountry,butallthose
provisionsoftheBoxheimPaperwhichUllsteinlistednowexisthere,with
theexceptionofopenlyadmitted"punishedbydeath"and"shotatsight" .
Eventhese,whilenotspelledoutindocuments,haveyetbeenincludedby
actualdeeds .Therestcanbefoundinmanyoftheworkingpaperswhich
directthestrategiesbehindtheovertmoves .
Responsibilityforthevarioussectorsoftheseprogramsforthis
countryhavebeendispersedamongseveralareasof'government',butmost
ofthemfallwithinthe"civilemergency"functionsof'lawenforcement' .
Thesubvertersofourlawfulgovernmenthavebeenmoresophisticatedin
theirapproachthanthosewhoassistedHitlerorthevariousSoviet
dictators .Aspeciallanguagehasbeendeveloped,whichdisguisesthe
natureof .theprograms .Citizenswho,inresearchingorstudyingsuch
matters,stumbleontoanyoftheworkbooksofsubversionhavegreat
difficultyunderstandingwhatisactuallybeingproposed,letalonetrying
totranslatethetechnicaldetailsforgeneralconsumption .Aclassic
exampleofthistechniquewasfoundinthebillsRonaldReagansenttothe
Californialegislature,togivelegitimacytothemanagementandcontrol
system .
Thepublicpresshere(asinGermany),forreasonsofitsown,has
generallyignoredthesegravematters .Whensilenceisnotpossible,for
whateverreason,thepressalmostinvariablyhidestheimplicationsthey
contain .Inthefirst'hearing'inCaliforniaonthePPBS,forinstance,
thepresswaspresentinforcewhen a widelydiversifiedpublictestimony
wasgiven .Fromtheso-calledfarleft,totheso-calledfarright,a
solidflankofoppositionwaspresented .Whatappearedinthepapersand
onthenewswassimplyareportthatalonghearingwasheld,andno
decisionreached .Nomentionofeitherthestrongopposition,orthe
qualityorvalidityofit .
Ourpeopleandourcountryperishforlackofknowledge .Becauseof
thatinformationgap,manyAmericansfinditimpossibletobelievehow
seriousthepresentsituationis .Theycannotacceptthatthereisany
possibilityofanimposedserfdom .Theydobelievethattheir
Constitutionalgovernmentstillrules .Thepossibilityofamilitary
takeoverhereisrejectedoutofhand .
Themattersabouttobeexploredarebutakeytoopenthedoortothe
facts
.Thesearemattersofrecord,notopinion
.Thisreporteraccepts
thepremiseofbeingheldresponsible"throughtimeandineternity"for
theiraccuracy .WithJohnAdams,weimploreAmericansto"takenoman's
wordagainstevidence" .Theevidenceofthesefactsisevennowgrowing
pastdenial .
Recommendedreading :
"TheRiseandFallofTheHouseofUllstein"Simonand
Schuster,19 43
THEAUTHORITARIANSTATE - 9 9 - TheNationalPoliceForce
Itisn'ttoodifficultforthenameless,facelessemployeesinthe
uncountablebureaucraciesofourshadowgovernment(shieldedastheyand
theirworkarebyanonymityandsheernumbersaswell)todevelopprograms
ofaradicalnature,and slip
themintoplaceinthePlanwithout
disturbingthesurfaceappearanceoftheconductofthepublicbusiness
.
Theplethoraofseeminglyinnocuouslegislationwhichpilesupin
legislative'hoppers'makesaperfectreceptaclefortheir'innovative'
bills,whichthusmaypassunnoticed .Whensomelegislatororcitizen
happenstorecognizeapotentiallydangerousbill,theprotestiseither
drownedbyachorusofrighteousindignation,orisolatedbysilence
.
Whenthetimecomestomovethecreationsoftheselittle-known
termitesintopositionintheframeworkofthelegalgovernmentthough,
visibilitybringsagreaterdegreeofresistance .Asmoreandmoreofthese
radicalmovesaremade,alarmonthepartofcitizenandofficialalike
increases .
Suchhasbeenthecasewiththeburgeoningefforttocreateanational
policeforce .
Unbelievableatfirst,whenthisemergingeffortbegantoappearin
earlyplanningreports,theunmistakeableformofconsolidatedactivity
becameclearinthemid-70s,withtheadventofsubstantive'criminal
justice'innovations .ThecautiousstepstimorouslytakenbytheState
agenciescreatedinresponsetoPublicLaw9 0-35 1(theLawEnforcement
AssistanceActof19 68,LEAA),becamereplacedwithgiantstrides -leading
toamalgamationofpoliceandmilitarycapabilities - intheapparenthope
ofkeepingimplementationtwojumpsaheadoftheopposition .
Inthefaceofstrongresistance,theproponentsoftheschemefor
integrationofallfacetsofpeaceandjusticeoperationdevelopedseveral
techniquesdesignedtominimizeitsimpact .InCalifornia,aswasfirst
exposedbythiswriter,amanagementtechniqueknownas"Delphi"wasused
ontheprestigiousCommissionersappointedto"developgoalsand
standards" .ThosegoalsandstandardshadalreadyBEENdeveloped,and
DelphiwasusedtoassurethattheCommissioners recommended them .
InTexas,an"unprecedented"legalinterpretationlentimpetusthereto
theconsolidation .InOklahoma,aSheriff's"TacticalPatrol"pilotedthe
transitionintoamalgamationofthepolice/militaryfunctions .In
Colorado,theprojectwasrailroadedthroughadissentingCommission .In
otherStates,othermethods,buttheeffortcontinuesonanationalscale,
andthepatternforthefutureemergesasatotalintegratedsystem .
Asof19 9 0realizationisbeginningtodawnonthegrowingopposition
thatthereislittleincommonbetweenthe stated purposeof"controlling
crime",andtheactualityoftheeffortsofLEAA/CCJ
.Perhapsnothinghas
donemoretomakethisrecognitionplausiblethantheso-called"waron
drugs" .
Numerouspoliticalandeducationalgroupshavetakenupthebattle
againsttheradicalincursionsintotraditionalmethodsofgoverningin
thiscountry,buttherehasbeennorallyingpointonwhichtofocusa
counterattackspecificallyintheCJarea
.Nostrongresistancehas
appearedinlocalgoverningbodies, .nor,ofcourse, in Congress .
However,thecrusadingeffortsofthelittleladyfromHanford,
California,begantobringtogethermanyindividualefforts,whichshehas
nowbroadenedinawell-conceivedand-constructedefforttopreservethe
SecondAmendment
.Shehasnowbeenjoinedbyindividualsaswellasother
groupswhohavebeguntoseethedanger .
Whatisneededismoresuchgroups
-anetworkofthem,allacrossthe
country,withonecentralgroup,whichwouldreceiveanddisseminate
informationfromalltheothersaboutthemovestakenbyLEAA/CCJ,and
relatedagenciespressingforthesamegoal
.Itshouldgowithoutsaying
thatthatcentralgroupmustbesmall
.andselect,andproventohave
absoluteintegrity
.Itshouldalsoencourage
individual
actionandnotbea
singledecision-maker
.
Newsclipsreportingonanyaspectof"criminaljustice"fromdifferent
areasofthenation,byamultitudeofcitizenswouldgiveanoverviewof
actioninthisarena,whichwouldputthelietotheclaimthattheseare
localprograms,createdbylocalcitizens
.Actualdocumentsfromthe
variousStateagencieswhichareformingStatearmsofthenationalpolice
shouldbegatheredandcompared
-
tothemselves,andtocomparablefederal
documents
.Thesewouldquicklyprovideproofpositivethatthisisa
national
program,andnotcoincidence - thatthesamemovesbeingmade
everywhere,arenotgrassrootswishes
.
Whereveryouare,fromMainetoCalifornia,theregionalistsareafter
yourlocalpolice
.Byfairmeansorfoul,"unprecedented"legal
interpretation,orbehavioralmodification,theyintendtoachievethat
goal .
AreYOUgoingtopermitthattohappen?Itis,afterall,uptoyou
.
Addendum :
Suchagroupisnowinthemaking
.Bythetimethisbook
isinprint,itshouldbeafullblownoperation
. For
information,write
: ConservativeCoordinatingCouncil,P .O .Box
333,Fullerton,California,9 2 632 .
THEAUTHORITARIANSTATE - 100 - "LAW"EnforcementAssistance
The intent
behindtheprogramsoftheLEAAmustbebroughtintoserious
question .
Consider .WiththeaidofsystemsspecialistsatStanfordUniversity,
theUnitedStatesDepartmentofDefensedevelopedprogramplanningforuse
incounterinsurgencysituations
.Let'stakealookatthat .
Sincetherevolutioninthiscountryistakingplacewithintheframe
ofourConstitutionalsystem,thosewhoresistdestructionofthatsystem
become'counterinsurgents',forthe'insurgents'aretherevolutionaries
withinthegovernment .
Insuchasituation,thosewhoupholdthelawfulgovernmentarethe
'dissidents' .Everymanorwomanwhoholdspublicofficeandfulfillsthe
oathtakentosupportanddefendtheConstitutionisalsoa
counterinsurgent .Andthe'government'hasplanstocontrol
"counterinsurgency" .
Whatthenoftheinsurgentswhohavecontrolofthemachineryof
government?Theywouldbelessthaneffectiveinseekingtheirgoal,if
theydidnotuseeverytoolavailabletothemtofurthertheirpurpose .Is
itlegalforthemtodothis?Arguably,itis .Isitlawful?
Demonstrablyitisnot .
Atthetimeofthe'mock'militarytakeoverofcertainlocal
governments,citizenswerenotreallyworriedaboutthepossibilitythat
whatwasbeingdoneheldanyrealthreat .Ourmilitaryandlawenforcement
personnelwere,afterall,Americansfirst .Theveryideathattheywould
cooperateinactionagainsttheirfellowcitizenswasbeyond
consideration .
Butsincethen,developmentsraiseseriousquestionsastowhetheror
notcounter-insurgencycontrolbyUnitedStatestroopsissomethingtobe
takenseriously .
Onesuchdevelopmentistheperfectingofmindcontroltechniques .The
requirementimposedinthelate60sforpoliceofficerstobesubjectedto
'sensitivitytraining'wasthefirstofaseriesofindicatorsthatthere
couldcomeadaywhenourpolicecouldbeusedtocontrolthepeoplethey
weresupposedtoserve .'Sensitivitytraining'isone derivativeof
Pavlovianstimulus/responseconditioning
.
Anotherwarningsurfacedwiththeexposureof"ThePoliticsof
Change" .
YetanotherwasrecognizedwhenReagan'sprestigiousCommissionon
StandardsandGoalsfor'criminaljustice'weresubjectedtotheuseof
DelphitoassuretheiracceptanceoftheprogrammedStandardsandGoals .
Delphiandgroupdynamicsaretoolsbeingusedtomoldandcontroltheway
peoplethink
.
Withsuchesoterictechniquesformindchangingbeingappliedbypeople
whohavethepowerofcontrol,thereisnoassurancethatthepeoplewe
dependonforprotectionmightnotbeourgreatestthreat
.Nolonger
responsibletothecitizenry,butanswerabletousurpedauthority,and
conditionedtobelievethattheorderstheyaregivenarelegitimate,what
limitwilltheyrecognize?
Inadditiontotheproblemofmindchanging,therehasbeenagradual
changeinthecharacterofpersonnelinlawenforcement .First,therewere
'Bobby'sBoys'placedintheFBI .Then,theaccelerating"affirmative
action"programs
.Academicstandardsforpersonnelwereloweredtoadmita
broaderspectrumofthecommunity
.Next,thepressuresforwomentodoa
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man's
jobalteredthephysicalrequirements
.Naturalattritionofoldline
officersbyretirement,plusresignationsofcompetentpersonnelwhofound
itimpossibletoworkwiththenewphilosophyof'criminaljustice',orwho
couldnotaccepttherestrictionsbeingplacedonthemintheirattemptto
carryouttheirhistoricduties .
Eventheirreplacements,wholacktheexperienceandknowledgewhich
oncemadeourprotectiveagenciesthebestintheworld,havefoundthe
worknotonlyunrewardinganddangerous,butalsoalmostfutile,as
criminalsaresentbacktothestreetsalmostbeforethearrestingofficer
finisheshisreport .
Withthisasbackground,considertheDonBellReportfor2 5 June19 76,
whichdetailedaprogramwhichwasalmostunbelievable,eveninthefaceof
theseradicalchanges .

Bell'sReportconcerned"civilemergency
management"performedundertheLawEnforcementAssistanceAdministration
(LEAA)programs
.ThemattershediscussedrivalledHitler'sBoxheim
Paper .
ItwasDonBellwhogavethefirstnationalexposureoftheearlysteps
intoaNationalPoliceForce,whichalsohadalltheelementsneededto
makeamilitarytakeoverofthiscountrypossible - and, in
thelightof
allthatis'happening'today,believable
.
InhisReport,Belltoldofacenter
in SanLuisObispo,California,
whoseobjectivewasdevelopmentofa"peace-keeping"force,capableof
controllinga"citizenrebellion"againsttherevolutionariesinour
government
.ThiscenteriscalledTheCaliforniaSpecializedTraining
Institute(CSTI)
.WhileitwasostensiblyaCaliforniaprogramfor
trainingselectedpersonnelfromlocalpoliceforcesandsheriff
departments,itsownprospectusdetailedtrainingrecruitsfromother
States ,
andfromfederaldepartmentsaswell .
WiththeonlyapparentsourceoffundingforCSTIstemmingfromLEAA(a
federalagency),withsomefundstricklingthroughtheCaliforniaCouncil
onCriminalJustice(CCCJ-
alsofundedfromthefederallevel),CSTIwas
apparentlyapilotproject
.Assuch,itcouldbeexpectedthatsimilar
centerswouldmushroomaroundthecountry
.Somemustassuredlyhavebeen
activated,sinceCSTIhasbeenoperationalsince19 72
.Itiscertainsure
thatthestrategiestaughtatCSTIhavebecomeanintegralpartofthe
trainingfornewrecruitstolocalpoliceandsheriffdepartments
.
TheCivilEmergencyManagementCourse(CEMC)reportedbyDonBellis
butonephaseoftheCEMCourseatCSTI
.AlltheCoursesarerelated,but
areaimedatvariousdisciplinesin'lawenforcement'
.Classesvaryin
sizefrom5 0to15 0personnel,andarescheduledatintervalsupto18
classesayear
.Eligibilityrequirementsvaryfordifferentcourses,but
all'students'arefromsomegovernmentalagency,andmanyarein
leadershiproles
.ThismeansthatwhattheylearnatCSTIcouldbe
recycledforwholedepartmentsintheunitswhichsentthemtoCSTI
.
Uponlearningofthisunusual'school',severalofusconcernedabout
thewholepanoramaof'lawenorcement'attemptedtoobtaincopiesofthe
manualDonBellhaddiscussed
.Itwasn'teasy
.Ittook6monthsanda
varietyofavenuesexplored,beforeIwasabletoobtainone
.Atthat,I
scoredbetterthananyoftheothers,asIbelieveIwastheonly
successfulseeker
.Therewardfortheeffortwasgreat
.
DonBellhadconcentratedontheportionoftheManualwhichhadtodo
withestablishmentofMartialLaw/Rule
.Myowninterestwasdirectedmore
attherationalewhichwasused
in thecoursetoobtaincooperationof
safetyofficialsandotherpublicpersonnelinacceptingtheimplications
involvedinthetraining .
IonlywisheveryredbloodedAmericanwhorespectstheintegrityof
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themindcouldreadthisManual
.Forthisisnotjustacoursewhich
presentsstrategiesandtacticsofriotcontrolor'civilemergency
management',asitpurportstobe
.Itisdesignedtoconditionthe
participantstoacceptcertain
premises
inordertoenablethemtofollow
orderstoactagainsttheirfellowcitizens
.
Havingcometothatconclusionmyself,Ineededaffirmationofmy
evaluationfromsomeonewhodidnothavemyunderstandingofconditioning
techniques
.SoItookthemanualtothelocalsheriff,toldhimonly
enoughaboutCEMCtoassurehimthattherewasa
valid
reasonforasking
himtostudytheCourse,andobtainhisreactiontoit
.Whenhehadgone
overit,hecalledandtoldmethathewasbotheredmostaboutthe
requirementforthephysicalpresenceofthe'students'beingpresentat
CEMCinordertotakethecourse
.Heindicatedthatthecontentofthe
coursewasnotallthatdifferentfromavailableliteratureonemergency
managementandthetrainingtheofficerspresentlyreceived
.Hesaidthere
didnotseemtobeanycompellingreasonforlocalsheriffstobearthe
expenseofsendingtheirmentosuchaschool,especiallysincemost
sheriffdepartmentscouldnotsparetheirpersonnelfromthedutiesfor
whichtheywerehired .Itwashisopinionthatthedeputiescouldstudy
controltechniquesontheirown .Hestatedthathebarelyhadenough
deputiestohandleroutineworkintheCounty,andhecouldn'tspareeven
oneforsuchaCourse,evenifhethoughtitmightbeworthwhile,andhe
statedthathedidnotthinkthiscoursemeritedsuchexpense
.
Thisfrankresponseaffirmedmyconclusionthattherewassomeother
reasonthanthestatedoneforthisCourse
.SoIwentbacktotheManual
totrytouncovertherealpurposeofCSTI .
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THEAUTHORITARIANSTATE - 101 - " . . .NoblySave,
orMeanlyLose . . ."
" . . . Intimeslikethepresent,menshouldutternothingfor
whichtheywouldnotwillinglybeheldresponsiblethroughtime
andineternity . . ."
Thisquote,andthetitleofthischapter,arebothfromtheannual
messageofAbrahamLincolninhisStateoftheUnionaddresstothe
Congressof1862 .ItwasacriticaltimeforAmericathen,butnomoreso
thantoday .
Theneedforresponsibilityinthiscrisisisnolessthanitwasthen,
andnooneismoreawareofthatthanthiswriter .ThemattersIam
reportingareofsuchanaturethattomisrepresentthem - inadvertentlyor
bydesign - wouldbeadisserviceofthegreatestmagnitudetoyou,the
reader,tothiscountry,andtothefuture .ThethingsIamreportingare
thetruth,conscientiouslyreported, in
thesincerebeliefthattimeand
eternityhang in thebalance .Thatthesemattersarenotofgeneral
knowledgehasallowedthemtoproliferate,anddevelopacallousnessin
thosewhoarecollaboratingintheproliferation .
Properlyused,thisinformationcould"noblysave"thisnationandthe
worldfromaslaveryfarworsethanthatwhichconcernedPresidentLincoln
.
Aslaverymoretotalandlesssusceptibletodissolutionthananytheworld
haseverknownisbeingbroughtintobeing,andthereissolittle
knowledgeofitthatresistanceisalmostnonexistent .
Byignoringordiscountingthisinformation,Americanswillmost
certainly"meanlylose"thefreedomstheyhaveknown,andtheworldwill
loseallreasontohopetoachievesuchfreedom .
ThatlawswhichviolateConstitutionalormoralprincipleshavebeen
passedandnotresisted,or,whenchallenged,havebeenletstandbythe
Courts,hasbroughtasemblanceoflegitimacytomatterswhich,inall
conscience,areoutsidethepaleofanylegality .
Nowhereisthismoreevidentthaninthelegitimizingoftheschemes
describedinthepreviouschapters,bypassageoftheomnibusSafeStreets
andCrimeControlAct .
TheLawEnforcementAssistanceAdministration,createdinthatAct,has
violatedtheletterandthespiritoftheUnitedStatesConstitution .
LEAAhasmadeplansatthefederallevelwhichinterferewith
Constitutionalprovisionsforthelegalsystemofthiscountry,andhas
usedbribery,deceit,mindcontrolandforcetoimplementitsplansatthe
locallevel .
Constitutionalgovernmentisfunctioningwhenthepeopledetermine
theirneedsanddesires,andseekactionthroughtheirrepresentatives .
LEAAdeniestheprinciplesexpressedintheConstitution
.LEAAis
revolutionaryinconcept,andsupportsrevolutionarycauses,groupsand
individuals .
Thesefactsarealsotrueoftheso-calledPlanning,Programmingand
BudgetingSystem,whichwasdevelopedsecretlyinahighlyclassified
sectionoftheDepartmentofDefense .In19 60,JohnFitzgeraldKennedy
orderedTheSystemmadefullyoperationalinthatDepartment,andsystems
analystsandcomputerspecialiststookoverdirectionoftheprotectionof
thiscountryfromthehandsofseasonedmilitarypersonnel
.
TheExecutiveDepartmentwasplacedundersystematiccontrolbyLyndon
Johnson .TheSystemwasintroducedintoStateandlocalgovernmentsby
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variousrusesinthelate60s,early70s,approvedwithoutquestionasa
budgetingandaccountingsystem,andhasbecomeamonstrousthreattothe
livesandsafetyofourcitizens,whohadnopartinitsacceptance,nor
evenknowledgeofitsexistence
.
Sinceitsinception,LEAAhasspentbillionsoftaxpayerdollars,
supposedlytoreducecrime
.Crimenotonlyhasnotbeenreduced,ithas
increaseddramatically
.PPBhasalsocostbillions,andhasbeena
colossalfailureforitsstatedpurposes,ineveryknowninstancewhereit
hasbeenimplemented .
Thankstoamassivecoverup,thesetwoillegitimateprogramswere
broughttogetherinCaliforniainthenameof"civildefense",andthe
resultisathreattothecontinuanceofhumanliberty
.
Thosewhohavemonitoredtheactivitiesinvolvedineitherorbothof
thesetwoprogramshadtoconcludethateitherthepolicieswerebeingset
byincompetents,'ortherewasanofficialintenttocreateaconditionof
chaosinthiscountry .
Fromtheimpishdefianceofthe"tootsuiters"afterworldwar2 ,
attacksonlawandorderreachedastronomicalproportionsby19 70
.After
thecreationofLEAA,theriseincrimebecameexponential
.Asimplegraph
ofthecrimestatsshouldmakeanyoneresponsibleformaintainingastable
societybeginareassessmentoftheapproachbeingtakensincepassageof
theCrimeControlAct!
Agoodplacetobeginanyattempttogetahandleoncrimewouldbeto
faceuptowhatisbeingdoneinthepublicschoolsofthiscountry
.As
longagoastheseconddecadeofthiscentury,responsibleeducatorswere
decryingattemptstoalterteachingmethodsandtointroduce"social
science"intothecurriculum .
Whenthosefirstinterventionswerebeingtentativelytried,aState
schoolSuperintendentwarnedofthe"permissiveness"beingbroughtintothe
classrooms
.Hepointedoutthatitwasalreaydisruptingschool
discipline,andthat"anarchyintheschoolswouldleadtoanarchyinthe
nationinlateryears
."Butthe"permissive"philosopherstookthe
positionthattheyhadnothadafreehandinwhattheyweretryingtodo,
andtheycontinuedtoextendtheirprograms .
When"situationethics"becomesthebaseformoralchoice,theoutcome
ispredictable
.Unlessthatisrecognized,there is
nowaytoachievethe
statedpurposeoftheCrimeControlandSafeStreetsAct
.
WhentherecordoftheimplementationofthatActisexamined,thereis
alegitimatequestionastothevalidityoftheintentbehinditspassage
.
THEAUTHORITARIANSTATE - 102 -DivideandConquer
America,the"meltingpot",wasanhomogenoussociety,untilthe
isolatedradicalmovementsbecamelooselylinked in theirmethodswhile
stillworkingfortheirseparateends
.
HyphenatedAmericanswereatleastasloyaltotheiradoptedcountryas
thosewithancestorswhoarrivedontheMayflower - insomecases,even
moreso .Flightfromtyrannyheightensappreciationofapositive
protectionforhumanliberty
.ThoseAmericanswhoseforebearshadknownthe
chainsofslaveryherewereperhapsevenmoreloyaltoacountrywhose
governmenthadreverseditsownpolicy,andincludedthemintheranksof
theprotected .
Exceptfortheradicalswhocarriedadifferentbanner - theredflag
ofdefiance - andtheintellectualswhosegoalwas"change",ourswasa
nationofneighbors .
Whenthesetwodissidentgroups - theradicalsandtheintellectuals
begantocoalescetomoreeffectivelypursuetheirseparategoals,amajor
strategywasanearlyandcontinuingefforttodestroythenationalunity
whichwasahallmarkofthenationalpurposethathadmadetheUnited
StatesofAmericatheenvyoftheworld .Everybeachheadthiscoalition
invadedbecameapocketoffaction .
Itmayseemredundanttostatethattherevolutionarygoalscouldnever
beachievedwhilethepeopleofthiscountrywereofonemindintheir
devotiontothenationalpurpose .Assimilationintoaharmonious
citizenshipregardlessofrace,creed,sexornationaloriginspokelouder
thanwordstothatfact .Beingawareof that isnecessarytounderstanding
oftheprocesswhichhascreatedadivisionofthecitizenryintoareasof
conflict .Understandingthatprocessisessentialinanyefforttoreverse
thepenetrationswhichthreatentotopplethemostinspiringgovernmental
edificeeverconstructedinthisdiverseworld .
Destructionofthenationalunityhastakenplacethroughoutthefabric
ofoursociety-horizontally,vertically,diagonally,and in depth .
"Conservatives"havebeenpittedagainst"liberals" ; citizensagainst
government ; laboragainstmanagement
; childrenagainstparents ; women
againstmen ; JewsagainstChristians
; blacksagainstwhites,andsoonand
onandon .
Theradicalswithinthegovernmentdepartmentshaveemployedthis
strategyinsistently,usingusurpedorassumedpowerstoacceleratethe
conflicts .
Itisoftheutmostimportancethateveryresponsiblecitizenbaseany
actiontheytakeonknowledgeofthisstrategy .
Neversuccombto"prejudice",nomattertheprovocation .
Amostimportantpremiseonwhich"emergencymanagement"isbasedhas
directrelativitytothisstrategy .Iwouldthereweresomebetterwayto
presentthistoyou,butthedirectapproachseemsmandated .Itcouldbe
wishedthattheraceissuewouldnothavetobediscussedinamatteras
seriousasthis,butsinceitisanintegralelementoftheprogramof
CEMC,ithasaplacehere .
Thematterofracehasbeeninflated
in importance,inmyopinion,asa
prerequisiteforthemosteasilytriggeredconflictwhichcandivide
people
.Thefiresoftheholocaustarekeptburningtofeedtheflamesof
racialanimosity .Thefactthatdifferentraceshaddifferentcapabilities
indifferentcompetenceswasmadeadivisiveelement .
Thereisnolimittotheextremespermittedtherevolutionariesin
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whippingupantagonismintheparameterofracialdiscord
.Thereisno
pathavailableforresistorstorespondwhichisnotfraughtwithdanger
.
AprestigiousprofessorofanthropologyataleadingCaliforniaUniversity
wasstrippedofhisprofessionalcredibilityforpresumingtodisentangle
factfromfictionconcerningrace
.Themerementionof'race'isenoughto
ostracizetheseekerforthesubstanceofracialdifferences
.
Onedoesnothavetobea"racist",torecognizethatthereare
differencesamongpeoples
-
physical,mental,andcapabilities
.Beforethe
'socialscience'definitionof'racist',thereweremanycompetentstudies
conductedwhichhadbeguntoprovideunderstandingofethnicdifferences
.
Withoutdetouringthroughallthescientificevidence,themereexistence
ofsuchdemonstrablyraciallyrelatedmattersasTay-Sachsdisease,and
sickle-cellanemia,forinstance,areindisputableexamplesthat
differencesaremorethanskindeep,surfaceconfigurationorcolor
.The
tragedyofthisisthatdenialofdifferencehindersobjectivestudyof
possiblecurativeproceduresforgeneticproblems
.
Thereisanotheraspectoftheraceissuewhichmustberecognized
.
Thatistheintendeduseofthe'black'communitiesinAmericaasa
catalystforthetakeoverofthegovernmentoftheUnitedStates
.Noone
hasdonejusticetothissubjectbetterthanthelateManningJohnson,
in a
documentaryheauthoredtitled"Color,CommunismandCommonsense"
.Black
himself,JohnsonwasrecruitedintotheCPUSAasayouth,andtrainedto
leadthe"BlackRebellion"
.Somewherealongtheway,hebegantoseethe
hookundertheattractivelure,andlefttheCommunistmovementtojointhe
fightagainstradicalism
.Inhislecturesonhisyearsinthecommunist
movement,hedocumentedtherealintentbehindtheredpenetrationofthe
blackcommunity,fromhispersonalexperiencesasamanipulatorofhisown
people
.Insodoing,heconfirmedthetestimonyofotherformercommunists
whowerenotblack .
Thisisnottheforumtopresentfurtherexplorationofthesematters,
butthismuchisnecessaryinrelationtothecoursegivenatCampSan
Luis
Obispo .
TheLEAAwouldhavebeenatalossforapegonwhichtohangthe
managementofcivilemergencies,withouttheconflictwhichhadbeen
createdbetwenblack,whiteandbrown
.The"civilrights"movementwas
madetoorder(arguably,literally)fortheirpurpose
.Themediareporting
ofthatmovementcreatedacceptanceamongthepublicofradicaldepartures
fromcustomintheareaof'criminaljustice'
.
Apersonalexperiencewhichtriggeredmyresearchintothematterof
'race'isofsomeimportancehere
.Veryshortlybeforethe'blackriots',
Ihadneedofapartforahouseholdappliance
.Thefactorywheretheywere
madewasinEastLosAngeles
.Thedirectroutefromourhousetotheplant
wentthroughWatts,whereblackshadbecomealmosttheonlyinhabitants
.
ItneveroccurredtometotakeeitherofthelongroutesaroundWattsto
gothere
.Unfortunately,Itookawrongturnsomewhere,andgotlost
.
Seeingacornerdrugstore,Istoppedandwentintoinquiretheway
.
Theelderlyproprietorbecamevisiblyagitatedonseeingme,andIcould
notunderstandhislouddemand,"Whitegirl,whatareyoudoinghere?You
getout,andyougetoutnow!"Hedidn'tevenwanttohearmyqueryabout
howIcouldgetout,buthedid,allthetimepushingmetowardthedoor
.
Heshowedmethedirectiontogo,andwarnedmenevertocomethroughWatts
again,sayingthatbigtroublewasbrewingthere
.
ItwasonlyamatterofweeksbeforeWattswasburning
.That
experiencemadeitcleartomethatracialdifferencesarenottheissuein
the'racialunrest'
.Thatmanwastrulyconcernedaboutmeasahuman
being,andIwasunawarethenthathisneighborhoodwasanydifferentthan
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myown,ortheonewhereIwasheaded .
BythetimeIobtainedthemanualfromCEMC,Ihadlearnedalotmore
about'race',butnotenoughtoprotectmefromtheshockofthe
strategiesforplannedchangeusedtoindoctrinatethe'students'sent
thereatpublicexpense - ostensiblytolearnhowtoprotectsocietyin
'civilemergencies'
.
ThescopeofthefirstlessonintheManualisgivenas
"Discussionofdisaffectionandsocialunrestincontemporary
societywithreferencetohistoricalcounterpartsandwithaview
towardhumanrightsmovements,changingvalues,value
aberrations,andanexaminationofradicalthoughtprocessesand
activityinournation,and,specificallywithintheStateof
California ."
Thatisthebeginningofacoursewhichcanaccuratelybedescribedas
asystematicmodificationofthevaluesofallwhoenroll
in CEMC .Any
enrolleeswhomightbeinclinedtochallengethepresentation,eitherasto
accuracyorcontent,wouldhavetobealreadytrainedinstrategiesofmind
control
.Apparentlynonewhohaveattendedhavefeltcompetenttodothat,
forthereisnorecordIhavefoundofanysuchchallenge
.
Thisfirstsessionconsistedofninetypedpagesofsocialtheory .No
effortwasmadetopresentmorethanasingletheoreticalposition
.
Throughoutthelessonrunsthethreadsofrace/classdifference/sameness,
anditappearsdesignedtocreatedeliberateobfuscation .Anarticle
included in thelessonononeEdwardBanfield,called"TheMaverickof
Urbanology",promotesoneaspectofsocialtheorywhichthelessonstated
"contradictsalmosteveryreceived(sic)ideaabouturbanproblems"isthen
pickedapartandcontradictedinthelesson,whichthenproceedsto
contradictitself,necessarilyleavingconfusioninthemindofthe
auditor,andconfusionisanecessary,basicelementinmindchanging .To
thestudent,itmustseemthatvaluessoeasilydismissedhavenovalueat
all .
Asindicatedintheintroductioncitedabove,thislessonisabout
"changingvalues"and"valuesaberration",anditisthestudent'svalues
whicharetobechanged
.Andthose"students"arepolicepeopleand
sheriffs,andpersonswitharelatedinterest
.
Itwouldbewelltoremindyourselfatthispointoftheprocessesof
systematicmanagement,forthiscoursehadagoal(notnecessarilytheone
whichpromptslocalgovernmentstosendthesepeopletothis'school')
; it
hasobjectives -
astatedobjectivewastochangethewaythesepeople
handledcivilemergencies
; ithasinformationonboththetraineesandthe
methodsofachievingthedesiredchange
; andithasfeedbackcontrol .
Weremindyouthatthousandsofchangeagentswerepreparedinthelate
60sundertheprovisionsofESEA'65 throughOperationPEP(Preparing
EducationalPlanners)andotherprograms
.Weremindyouthatdozensof
methodsexistfordevelopingsystematicchangeinindividualsand/or
groups,thankstosuchinstitutionsasISR,IPP,RANDandStimutech .
ThisfirstlessonincivilemergencymanagementatCEMCisaprime
exampleofchangeagentsatwork,asitpresentsitssocialtheoriestoa
captiveaudience,confusesthemwithcontradictions,andproceedstobuild
anactionprogramtosupportthetheoriesitneedstoachieveitsgoal .
Inthislesson,thecourseputsinconcretethedemonstrablyfalse
socialtheoryofacastesysteminAmerica .Ironically,perhapsthe
strongestargumentagainstthistheorywasmadebythepeddlerwhobecame
therichestmanintheworld,andwhosefortunehasbeenusedtodenythat
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upwardmobilitytofutureAmericans - JohnD .RockefellerI
.
Norwasitjusteconomicmobilityunderourhistoricgovernment .Name
anyfieldofhumanendeavor,andthereareexamplesofsuccessfulmenand
womenofeveryethnicbackgroundwhohavesurmounteddifficultiesto
realizetheirdream .
Thus,whenthiscoursefindsthe"castesystem"inAmericatobe a
causeofcivilunrest,theyarefightingstrawmen .
Anytrulyseriousattempttoavoid civil disorderwouldcanceltheneed
foranysuchschoolasCSTI .
THEAUTHORITARIANSTATE - 103 - StrategicWeaponsandTactics
Itwasasaresultof'civilrights'excessesthatstrategiesdeveloped
forwartimesituationsweremovedintofrontandcenterontheMainStreets
andcountryroadsofAmerica,
in
mattersconcerning'lawandorder' .
Itwasasaresultofthefailureofthemediareporting,andTVand
cinematwistory,thatitwaspossibletoincorporatethosestrategiesinto
traditionalpolicingoperationswithminimalpublicobjection .
Citizensarewelladvisedtowatchalloftheirsourcesofinformation
carefullyforpropagandasupportiveofrevolutionarymoves,iftheyarenot
tobedivertedfromproductiveopposition .Propagandahasproventobea
mosteffectivepathtowardmasssupport,orasoccasionrequires,
opposition,whicheverobjectiveistobeserved .
Thinkbacktothetimeafterthe'black'(RED!)riots in theinner
cities,andrememberthewaytheywerereported
.Remember,too,thesudden
blossomingonTVofaplethoraof"policestories",attractivelypresented,
andwidelypromoted .Mostofthesemanagedtoincludeindictmentsoflocal
police,individuallyorasunits,eitherasthecentraltheme,orinserted
asanepisodeinanincidentofthestory .Remember in particularaseries
calledSWAT
.
TherewasnothingderogatorypresentedaboutSWAToritscadres .These
specialforceswerepresentedasanobleteamofexperts,daily - yes,
hourly - riskinglifeandlimbforpublicsafetyandprotection .They
inspiredpublictrust .SWAT,theseriesimplied,wastheanswertothe
incompetent,vulnerable,corruptiblepoliceshowninthe'policestories' .,
AnditwasSWATwhichfinallyfocussedattentionontheCivilEmergency
ManagementCourseatSanLuisObispo,whereitwaspartofthespecialized
training .
TheinvolvementofSWATasanadjuncttoemergencymanagementfirst
surfacedatahearingheldinSantaCruz,California,whereaVietnam
veteranchallengedtheuseofSWATteamsinlawenforcementeffortsofthe
SantaCruzsheriff'sdepartment .AccordingtoastoryintheSantaCruz
MORNINGSTAR,membersofthecountyBoardofSupervisors"listenedin
stunnedsilence",asanoverflowaudienceofcitizensarguedthefactand
.fictionaboutSWAT .
SinceSWATwasdevelopedtohandlewartimesituations in Vietnam, itis
notsurprisingthatitsveryname,STRATEGICWEAPONSANDTACTICS,suggests
amilitaryoperation .Itwasthepositionoftheopponentsoftheuseof
SWATteamsbythesheriffofSantaCruz,that their communityaffairs
hardlywarrantedsuchamilitarilysophisticatedunit .Itwasbroughtout
that,atthattime,thereweresome15 00SWATunitsoperatinginvarious
communitiesintheUnitedStates .Doubtandconcernwerebothexpressed
overthepossibleexistenceofthatmanyareaswhichwouldrequiretheuse
ofsuchmilitarytactics .Asanadjunctoflocallawenforcement,the
citizensarguedthatSantaCruzhadnotevidencedanysuchneed .
TheoppositionwasledbyaVietnamveteran,FredGray,whowasa
descendantofasigneroftheDeclarationofIndependence,anhonorstudent
whenheattendedthelocalschools,andsonofaworldwar2 veteran .
BackedbyaformerSantaCruzcouncilwoman,AnneGarni,andthemajorityof
thecitizenscrowdedintotheroom,theoppositionwasarmedwith
demonstrablefacts
.Theproponents,whowerefewinnumber,ledbythe
Sheriff,basedtheirargumentsonthe
TV versionofSWAT,andonpersonal
vilificationoftheopponents .Duetothelengthydiscussion,themeeting
had-tobecutoffatmidnight,tobecontinuedatalaterdate .
Speakingofthesecrecywhichhadsurroundedboththetrainingcenter
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inSanLuisObispoandtheformationoftheSWATunitatSantaCruz,Grey
madethepointthatheknewofnoSWATteamwhichhadeverbeenapprovedas
aresultofapublichearing,tietookexceptiontotheofficial
justificationforformingthelocalSWATunit"becauseofarmedguerilla
campsintheSantaCruzmountains"
.Hechallengedthesherifftobackup
thatcharge,andstated,"TheonlyarmedguerrillasinthisCountybelong
totheSheriff'sS14ATforce ."
AtthecontinuedHearing,itwaschargedthatSWATteamswere
ultimatelyunderthecontroloftheU
.S
.military,tobereadyif'martial
rule'weredeclared .
TheSheriffdeniedthis,stating,
"Thetwomen(fromhisdepartment)whoattendedthe
CaliforniaStateTrainingUnitatSanLuisObispodidnotgetthe
ideathattheyweresupposedtotakeovertheUnitedStates
."
Andofcoursehewasrightaboutthat
.NoAmericanwouldaccept
trainingwhichincludedtheknowledgethatitspurposewastotakeoverthe
countryagainstthewillofthecitizenry
.
THATisthecruxofthematterwiththewholeCivilEmergencymovement,
andspecificallytheTrainingCampatSanLuisObispo
.Thefullknowledge
ofwhatthatCampisabout,whatthetrainingconsistsof,whatits
interlockingrelationshipsare,what"management"meansasappliedtothat
training -
noneofthesearedisclosedtothegeneralrunofcandidatesfor
CSTI,nortothelocalgovernmentswhosendthe'students'there
.
AndapparentlynottoStateofficials,whoprofessedignorancewhenwe
beganthesearchfortheTrainingManual .
Thatsomeofthesecandidatesandsomeoftherepresentativeswho
despatchthemfortrainingarefullyawareofthetotalprogramissomewhat
morethanapossibility
.AndthatgoesfortheStatelegislators,too
.
WhattheaverageattendeeatCEMCseesistheimageofSWATasa
defenderofthestatusquoandaprotectoragainstradicalsandriots
-
themselvesasheroesinthewaroncrime,justasdepictedontheTV
screen
.Theyseethethreatto"society"fromcivildisturbances,and
theirownroleasprotectorofthepublicpeace .
JustasitwaswiththePPBS,whenthenatureofthisprogram,as
presentedbyitsprogenitorswaschallenged,aprotectivescreenwas
immediatelydrawnaroundit
.Protestbroughtnamechanges,denialsof
substance,andattacksonthosewhowouldexposeitstrueimageand
capability
.FredGreyreadoffanastoundinglistofacronymsforprograms
whichwereSWATinallbutname,andbythenwerecoveringtheentire
continent .
Whatstartedasasmall,selecttrainingunitonthecoastof
Californiahasnowbecomeanationalconcern,containingaclearand
presentdangertothecontinuanceofrepresentativegovernment
.
THEAUTHORITARIANSTATE
- 104 -
ThePatternsofDisorder
ThesecondlessonintheCEMCTrainingManualrunsthegamutofivory
towertheoryabout'mobpsychology'
.Again,thereisalmostnothing
in
thislessononpolicemethodswhichcannotbefoundinanypubliclibrary
orcollegetextbookonthesubject .
Onethingwhichcomesoutloudandclearthroughoutthisentirecourse
isthatthereis
nointent toAVOIDcivildisorder
.Thepremiseisalways
thattherewouldbecivilstrife,andthatitwouldbemetwiththeforce
of'government'
.
Whenthisisrecognized,thereisnosurpriseinfindingthissecond
lessonisaimedatpreparingthe"students"fortheconfrontationpalpably
ahead .
A"rumorcenter"isrecommendedasastatedmeansofkeepingthe
controlforcesontopofemotion-loaded"falseandprovocative"activity
.
Itmightbethoughtunkindtosuggestthatsuchacentercouldalsobeused
to create
rumorsiftheneedrose,butthewaythecourseiswritten,this
canbeinferredwithoutstretchingone'simagination
.TheManualpointsout
thatsucha'rumorcenter'couldalsoserveasasourceofinformationfor
theintelligenceunitsmonitoringthecomingcivildisorder
.
Thereisastrangedifferenceinthewaythisandthenextthree
sectionsoftheManualarepresented,whichseemstojustifytheunkind
suggestionofprovocationbythecivilauthority
.Thelessonsalmostseem
tobedesignedforthatpurpose
.Thetextatonepointstates :
"Throughextensivepublicity,adissidentleadercangeta
crowdtoform .
.,publicitycanbespreadthroughnewspapersand
magazinearticles,speciallyprepared
bills andposters,radio
andtelevision .
.,andwordofmouth . . .Awell-trainedspeaker
usingkeywordsandphrases,takingadvantageoflocal
prejudices,distortingfactsandusingemphaticmovements,"
Thetextthensuggests :
"Thetimelyappearanceofawell-knowndissidentpersonality
orsymbolcanbeusedtoincreasetheintensityofthe
situation ."
Thisentiresectionofthecoursesomehowreadsmorelikeatextfor
ascerbatingtensiontoobtainactionfrom'dissidents',thaninstructionon
howtoreducestressinapotentiallyviolentcondition
.
Thislessonthenbeginstodealwithspecificsinvolvedincrises,
beginningwiththenatureofcrowds .Hereonecouldexpectinstructionon
crowdcontrol,butinsteadthereismore'social'explanationofmob
psychology,theoriesofcrowdbehaviorandcrowdreactions .
Muchdiscussionisofferedonthe"conspiracytheory"("thereal
communistsinAmericaareaging,fuddy-duddyanddiscredited")
; the
"riffrafftheory"isexplained("revoltofthedowntroddenoftheurban
ghetto")
; the"biologicaltheory"supported("menareviolentlyaggressive
throughgeneticinstinct")
; the"deprivationtheory"accepted("conflict
betweenthehavesandthehave-nots")
; theAmerican"culturalviolence"
theorynoted("violenceisapartofthenation'shistory")
; andthe
studentisreadyfortheCEMCquestion :
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forward . )
Aswehaveshown,localreceptaclesfordatacollectionhadbeen
installedalsointhemid-60sundertherubricofoutdatedcourthouses,
preparatoryto'modernizinglocalgovernments'
. TheStatesbeganto
constructtheintermediatecollectioncentersonceTheSystemwasassured
.
InCalifornia,themassiveStephenP . TealeDataCenter(namedforthe
statesenatorwhodidthemosttofurtherearlymovesintoTheSystem) was
builttohousethecomputersneededtostorethedata
.
Thecitizenefforttomandate a
thoroughinvestigationofTheSystem
wasstymiedbytheAttorneyGeneral,whosatonthepetitionsignedby
thousands,askinghishelp
. Astheywaitedayearforhimtoact,those
citizenswereunawarethathisOffice,eventhen,wasbuildingthesection
ofTheSystemwhichwouldserveLawEnforcement,and,inparticular,the
needsoftheNPF .
Adominantthreadintheinformationwhichwasgleanedfromthe
backgroundpapersonthePPBSwasthefactthatthereis
nowaytosecure
theintegrityofinformationoncegathered .
Someofthepapersevenmade
clearthattherewasnointentto attempt
tosecureprivacy,sincethere
weresomanydifferentneedsfordata
. Onceithasbeencollected,and
filedinacomputer,therighttoprivacyisnolongerrelevant
.
Thesefactorsdemonstratethedepthoftheperfidywhichwouldinvolve
publicmoney,time,andeffortinafutilecampaignforacausedoomed
beforebegun .
WhentheCEMCManualpresumedtoassurethe'students'thatdata
collectionwasabenefitforthem,itwasonemore lie .
Inlistingthevariousincidentsforwhichthe"useofselectedand
coordinatedmeanstocopewiththeunexpected . . . eventdemandingimmediate
action"wouldbejustified,theManualincluded"labortroubles" . Thiswas
interesting,becauseinCalifornia,Statelawspecificallyexemptslabor
activityfrom'civilemergency'status .
Thereisaremarkinthesummaryofthislessonwhichbearsspecial
mention :.
"Record-keepingisamust
. . . for
.
. ,whatoccursduringa
civildisorderor,forthatmatter,anyunusualoccurrence . . . "
Thisbringstomindacartoonwhichaccompaniedanarticleonthe
OfficeofManagementandBudget,sometimeago,whichaddressedthelossof
privacyoccasionedbyBigBrother'srecordkeeping
. Thesketchshowedan
intimidatedcitizen,surroundedbyhugefingerspointingathim,ashe
triedtoprotecthimselfbythrowinghisarmsaroundhishead . Eachfinger
hadaneyewherethenailshouldhavebeen . Thisarticlereflectedthe
thinkingascribedtoHitler,thatitgivesthesemattoidssecretpleasure
toturnthedaggerinthewound .
AnothersectionoftheManualgivesgreatdetailonthevarious
adjunctstolocalcivilemergencymanagement,suchastroopusageand
placement ;allowablemilitaryactionunderCalifornialaw
;useof
intermediateforce,suchasriotbatonsandchemicalcontrolagents,upto
andincludingtheuseofdeadlyforce
. (RemembertheBoxheimPaper?Itis
ofinterestthatthisManualdoesnotruleoutsuchdirectivesas
"punishablebydeath"and"shootonsight" . )
ThissectionalsodealswiththeSpecialMissionForces,suchasthe
ChemicalDispersalTeam,armedwithshotguns,grenadesandlaunchers,as
wellasrifles . ItisherethatSWATenters . Alsoincludedareautomatic
weaponsandarmoredvehicles . Andalloftheseareinpreparationforuse
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as
'mutualaid'againstthatlistofindividualsgivenasthekindwho"get
involvedincivildisturbances" .
Inthenextsection,theManualgoesintothecriticalareaoffederal
involvementinmattersofcivildisorder
. Hereitismorerevealingin
whatitdoesnotsay
. thaninwhatitdoes . Pointingoutthatthepresident
may,underStatelaw,berequestedtoassistin"restoringlawandorder",
andthathehasthediscretionnottorespond,italsocorrectlynotesthat
hehasthepowerundertheConstitutiontoenteronhisownauthority . He
maycalltheStatemilitiaintofederalservice,orutilizewhateverarmed
forcehedeemsmecessary
.
WhattheManualdoesNOTmentionarethepowerswhichweredeveloped
underProjectSaferCaliforniaandthePublicSafetyAgencies,northe
ExecutiveOrdersonEmergencyPowers,andtheextenttowhichthesewould
beused .
ThereisnothingonthesurfaceinthisCoursewhichcouldjustify
settingupsuchacenterasCSTI . Anyandallofthematerialinthis
course(exceptthatnotedhere) couldjustaswellhavebeenprintedand
sentaroundtotheseveralinterestedagencies
. Thelogisticsofmoving
personnelwhichcanillbesparedfromthedutiesforwhichtheywere
hired,andofhousingandfeedingthematSanLuisObispoareofsufficient
complexitythattherehadtobesomeoverridingneedtodoso . Unlessthat
needwasthephysicalpresenceofthesecandidatesatCSTIforotherthan
thestatedreasons,thewholethingbecomesanexerciseinfutility,andan
inexcusablewasteofthetaxpayers'money . Ifitwasthephysicalpresence
whichwasthatoverridingneed,theburdenofproofshouldbeonthe
'government'toshowcauseforthatneed .
Ifthereweresomeotherneedthantobrainwashthesecandidates,itis
hightimeforthatneedtobeshown . Itisalsohightimeforthiswhole
programtobelookedintobytheproperauthority . Underthe
circumstances,theonlyproperauthoritywouldbethecitizenrywhose
futurehangsinthebalance - Americanswithprofessionalexpertiseinthe
fieldsofsystemsanalysis,militaryandpolicedisciplines,psychologyand
psychiatry,whocanbeobjectiveaboutthiswholesystem . Itshouldgo
withoutsayingthattheyshouldalsopossessanunassailablerecordof
supportforanddedicationtotheConstitutionalprinciplesofourlawful
government .
Inanumberofplaces,theCEMCManualidentifiesitspurposeas
"promptsupporttoandrestorationofcivilauthority" . "Civilauthority"
isnotatissue . Whatisdesperatelyneedednowissupportanddefenseof
Constitutional authority
.
NothingintheManualprovideshopeforthat .
THEAUTHORITARIANSTATE - 1 06 -
They'reAfterYourCountyClerk!
Theelectedcountysheriffhasbeenhighonthe"enemies"listofthe
people-planners,buthisplaceonthelistwasthreatenedwhenthebills
proposing"Courtreform"begantosurface
.
Asisthecasewithsomanyrevolutionarybillsandprograms,itis
oftennotpossibletofollowthemthroughtotheirdisposition,because
beforeanygivenmeasurereachesresolution,another,sometimesfarmore
critical,beginstheprocess
. ItwassowithSCA48andSB1 500whichwere
thefirstCaliforniabillson'courtreform'
.
Theoverwhelmingoppositionseemedtodoomthesemeasuresfromthe
firsthearingheldbytheStateSenateFinanceCommittee
. Theself-styled
"author"ofthese
bills hadtomakeconcessionafterconcession,tofirst
onegroup,andthenanother,inhisefforttosweetenthepillenoughto
makeitpalatable
. First,heofferedtowithdrawinclusionofthesheriff
ineliminationfromtheCourt
. Atlonglast,hewithdrewthecountyclerk
fromelimination .
Facedwithadetermined"solidfront"ofallCalifornia'ssheriffsand
countyclerks,hemadehisfinalconcession
: toamendthebillstogive
localoptioninthesheriffvsmarshallcontroversy
. Itwastoolittle,
toolate,though,becausetheFinanceCommitteevotedthebillsdown
anyway,9-3 .
Thatitshouldhavebeenthesheriffwhowasthefirsttoprove
expendableinthisscheme,makesaninterestingpoint
. Whatcircumstance
wouldmakeitmoreimportantforthe countyclerk
toberemovedfromthe
Courtroom,ratherthantheSheriff?
SincethisattemptwasonlytoremovetheClerkfromCourtdutiesat
thistime,theremustbesomecircumstancewhichbridgestheClerk'soffice
withthecriminaljusticesystem
. TodemonstratethatremovaloftheClerk
isnotsolelylinkedwith"courtreform",youshouldknowthattherewas
anotherbillgoingthroughcommitteesinthelegislatureatthesametime
whichproposedthattheCountyClerkberelievedof"anyobligationimposed
onhimbylaw"withrespecttohisCourtresponsibilities . Thatbillwould
replacetheClerkintheCourtwithan
appointedexecutiveofficer .
ThereIS one
circumstancewhichimpactsboththeregulardutiesofthe
CountyClerkandthoseperformedasanofficeroftheCourt . That
circumstanceishisobligationwithrespecttodataprocessing .
CountyClerkswereatransmissionbelt,throughwhichdataprocessing
wasbroughtintolocalgovernment
. Whateverpersuasionswereusedto
obtaintheiraid
- timesaving
;electiontallies ;budget - itwasthe
CountyClerkwhowasinthecenteroflocalpromotionofTheSystem
. Not
thatthoseClerksnecessarilyknewthepotentialofwhattheyweretoldwas
'dataprocessing'
.
ACountyClerkworthhissalt(andmostofthemare) ,would,of
necessity,havetodoalotofextraworktobecomefamiliarwiththisnew
'tool',touseitinamannerwhichwouldjustifythecosttothe
supervisors
. Itisunlikelythatthesestudieswouldtakehimintothearea
of
potential
usage,buttheywouldsurelybringtheClerktothepoint
wherehe/shewouldrecognizethat'potential',shouldshe/heseeitin
actualoperation
.
Theothersideofthiscoinistheinvolvementofthecriminaljustice
systemwithdataprocessing,andthere'stherub
. For,inlawenforcement,
'dataprocessing'wasquitedifferentfromtheapplicationusedbythe
CountyClerkatthattime
. Withallpossiblespeed,criminaljusticehas
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brought 'dataprocessing'
to its
ultimate
capacity, justaswasdone
in the
schools
. Intheviewofthepeople-planners,whatisNOTneededonthelaw
enforcementscene,isan
elected
officialwhoknowstheworkingsof'data
processing',andcanrecognizeanaberrationfromitsstatedcapability
.
Therewasevidenceeventhenthat,
in
certainareasofcriminal
justice,theultimateuseof'dataprocessing'wasalreadyoperative
.
When
thatusebecamegeneral,theCountyClerkswouldknow,andtherearen't
many(ifany) whowouldsitstillforthat
.
Atthetime,judgeswerenotinvolvedtoanygreatextent
in
theCJIS
(CriminalJusticeInformationSystem) ,andtheywerenotfamiliarwithdata
processing,either
. Butifthe"courtreform"weretobeslippedthrough
somehow,theseolderjudgeswerescheduledtobereplacedatonefell
swoop,longbeforetheywouldhavebeenabletoplaceTheSystemincontext
withwhatwasbeingdoneinCriminalJustice,andtherewasanarmyofthe
"newbreed"ofjudges,freshfromthetrainingstables,readytomoveonto
thebenchintheirplace,withnoconstraintsontheiracceptanceof
systematicmanagementofjustice
.
Eventhen,therewasanundercurrentoffeelingthatthelongyearsof
planningbehindthesceneshadreachedapointwhereitstimehadcome,and
"courtreform"wasthemethodchosentogetitintothejudicialarea
.
Whilethesheriffswerealreadyinvolvedtoadegree
in CJIS,theywere
notgenerallycomputerexperts,andtheiruseofTheSystemwaslimitedto
whatcouldbecalledlegitimatelawenforcement
. Thosewhowerealready
involvedinsystematicmemagementwereanswerableonlytotheState
AttorneyGeneral,becausethepublicwastotallyinnocentoftheknowledge
thattherewasaSystemdesignedtomanagetheirlives
. Towhateverdegree
theSheriff'shadgonealongwith'dataprocessing',it'sunlikelythat
manyofthemwouldgoalongwiththefullpotentialuseoftheSystem
- if
theyknewwhatthatpotentialwas
.
HOWEV ER,itWAStheAttorneyGeneralofCalifornia,whosatonthe
citizendemandforaninvestigationofthePlanning,Programmingand
BudgetingSystemforafullyear,withoutapparentconcernaboutthe
chargesmadeagainstthisSystem
.
Allthattime,
hisOfficewasbuilding
theCaliforniasectionofthenationalCJIS,whichinterfaceswithother
States,otherdatasystems,andthefederalgovernment
.
Doesitbegintocomeclearwhy"they"areafteryourCountyClerk?
Andyourlocalpoliceandsheriffs?
Astherestofthefactsabout'criminaljustice'unfold,youwill
understandwhyitisvitalthatallAmericansbeonguardagainst
incursionsintotheranksoftheseConstitutionallycreatedprotectorsof
localcontrol .
TheAuthoritarianState
- 1 07 -
AnUnparalleledDisaster
Timewas(thoughitwasneverthebetterpartofwisdom) whenitwas
possiblefora'conservative'tonotethe'liberal'positiononanissue,
taketheoppositeside,andnotbetoofarwrong
. Nomore!
Withthegrowingfamiliarityofthefunctioningofthemindachievedby
socialengineers,strategiesfordiversionofindividualdecision-making
havebeenactivatedtocreatethe'climateforchange'neededtomaketheir
revolutionasuccess
. Positioningtodaycouldwellbeatraptodivertthe
unwary .
Beforediscussingourcaseinpoint,acaveat
: Duetotheproliferation
ofrevolutionarymovesversusourlimitationsoftimeandpersonnel,often
itisimpossibletomonitoraspecificincidentindepth,
- orevenfollowit
toitsultimatedisposition,evenifitwasavitalelement
. Thiswasthe
casewithTheCriminalJusticeActof1 97 5,knownasS1
.
WithFrankWilkinson(activistparticipant
in
OperationAbolition)
leadingtheattackonthis"repressivelegislation"(histerm)
;the
AmericanCivilLibertiesUnion(ACLU) bayingathisheels
;andtheDeanof
theUniversityofChicagoLawSchool(incubatorforfuturecreatorsof
"non-laws") pantingalongbehind,itwouldseemthatS1 couldnotbeall
bad . Butdon'tputyourmoneyonit
.
TwoprofessorsfromYaleandHarvardrespectivelyhavedescribedS
1 as
"anunparalleleddisasterforthesystemofindividualrights in
theUnited
States"
. Anyfairanalysisofthebillwouldhavetoarrivesomewherenear
agreementwiththatevaluation,fromanypoliticalposition
.
ThatS1 evergotoutofanysubcommitteeoftheCongressof'7 5is
amazing,foritwasinnowaya'liberal'bill,andthatCongresswas
overwhelmingly'liberal'
. OntheotherhandS1 isevenlessof
'conservative'lineage . Whatit is,is
abillthatsomeone(or,more
likely,somegroup) wantedagreatdealtoserveanundisclosedpurpose
.
Awholenewvistaofspeculationopens,whenthe"why"ofS1 is
includedinconsiderationofit
. Thestatedgoalforitwasgenerally
accepted,despite
thefactthatboth the argumentspresented
by its
"authors"andthespecificsofthebillitselfdeniedanymeasureoftruth
in
the stated expressionof"need"
.
SupportforS1 includedstatementsthat"presentlaw
in theUnited
Stateshasbeenwrittenpiecemeal"
;thatourlawstodayare"haphazard",
conflicting,contradictory,and"imprecise"
.
ThatrecentCongresseshavecreatedamountainofunrelatedand
unrelevant"laws",onwhichhavebeenpiledanunbelievableblanketof
"non-laws"bytheExecutive,theCourts,StateandLocalgovernments,and
uncountedadministrativebodies,doesnotprovidegroundsfordumping
centuriesofprogresstowardalegalsystemunsurpassedinthehistoryof
theworld,especiallyintheprotectionsofcivilliberties
.
Butthosechargesaboutourpresentsystemarehauntinglyfamiliar
.
Thesearethesamevague,unsubstantiatedattacks,usingthesamelanguage
asthosewhichwereusedsuccessfullytoenticethepeopleintoaccepting
1 31 3sStateConstitutionalrevisions!Itseemsmorethanpossiblethat
bothsprangfromthesamesource
.
ThereisastrongpresumptionthatthelegislativerecordofS1 could
havebeenthefoundationwhichpermittedtheSupremeCourttodetermine
thatdesecrationoftheFlagisanexercisein"civilliberty"
. Certainly
neithertheConstitution,theBillofRightsnorprecedentgaveanygrounds
fortheamazingoutcomeofthecaseoftheradicalmilitant
.
V III -
3 1
TheargumentsforS1 includedanoveremphasison"codification",to
thepointwhereitmightseemtobethemaingoal . Thisisdemonstrably
inaccurate . Codificationmighthavebeenanobjective,buttheCoalofthe
billwas reform . Thisisverifiedbyitshistory,itscontent,andevenby
itstitle .
Ofthechargebyits'liberal'criticsthatS1 is"repressive",letit
besaidthatmuchofthe'controversial'material in thebillwassimply
transferredfromothertitlesintheCode
. IfitwasrepressiveinS1 ,
well,italwayswas
. Itscriticsareabletoignorethefactthatthey(or
theirprecursors) werestrangelysilentasearlierCongressespassedthose
"repressive"measuresonebyone . Itwas'conservatives'whoprotested
thatoriginal"piecemeal"legislation,whilethe'liberals'foundno
problemwithitthen .
UnderS1 ,ConstitutionallyprovidedpowersofCongresswerediminished
bylegalizingextendedjurisdictionoftheFederalgovernmenttotheStates
andevenlocalgovernments,inviolationofthe9thand1 0thamendments,
andbyunConstitutionallydelegatingauthoritytotheSupremeCourt,under
aformulasimilartothatgiventotheExecutivebyExecutiveOrders .
TheprovisionsofS1 weresuchthatitshouldhavebeencontinually
monitored,fortherehavebeenaseriesofincidentssince1 97 5which
stronglysuggestthatsuchauthorityaswasprovided in thatbillhas
indeedbecomeafactoflifeintheseUnitedStates .
OnesuchprovisionappearedinSubChaptersBandCofChapter1 1 . That
sectionprovideda
legalbaseforgovernmentactionagainstcitizens who
mightresistanillegalcoupssuchasKennedypreparedintheseriesof
ExecutiveOrderson"emergencymanagement"
. Orasmighthavebeen
necessaryinthetransferofpowerwhichtookplacewhenNixonwasforced
outofoffice . Or,forthetroopspreparedatCampSanLuisObispo .
IfS1 wasdoomedbythehueandcryitraised,itispossiblethatthe
pertinentpartsofitwereattachedtosomeother,moreinnocuous
legislation,keptlowprofile,andpassedunnoticed .
Withthemountingpressuresfora"climateforchange",S1 represented
acriticalmoveontheroadtorevolution,andtheportentforthefuture
isbleakindeed,iftheelementsofS1 become"theLawoftheLand"
.
Resistancegroupsalreadyconcernedwithincursionsagainstthe
establishedjusticesystemshouldkeepacloseeyeontheinnovations
imposedinthenameof"modernization","codification",and"streamlining"
lawsandenforcementinthisarea,andpresenttheirfindingstotheir
compatriots .
ThewisecourseinanyefforttorestoreourConstitutionalheritage
willbetomakeeveryefforttoavoidsituationsindirectconflictwith
therulesandregulationswhichpresentlyareheldtobe"law" . Thiswill
notalwaysbepossible,butusing"civildisobedience"asatacticis
entirelydifferentwhenitisdonetoAID"change" . ThoseRESISTING
"change"willfindthe'laws'havedifferentmeaningwhenappliedtothem .
1 -04
UNITED REPUBLICANS
/
se ItResolved
. OF CALIFORNIA
SUBJECT : OPPOSECANDIDACYOFREAGAN
WHEREAS : RonaldReaganhasmadeeloquentconservativespeecheswhilehisdeedshaveservedtheliberals ;
WHEREAS : DespiteReagan's CLAIMOFCONSERV ATISMSINCE1 950, theleftdominatedhis POLITICS
PRIORTO1 960 ;
WHEREAS : Duringhis 1 966GUBERNATORIALRACE, ReaganselectedliberalRockefellermentorunhis
campaign,anduponelection,his APPOINTMENTS
continuedinthesamepattern,excluding
conservatives ;
WHEREAS : Reagan SUPPORTEDNIXON'SLEFTISTPOLICIES,PRAISEDKISSINGER, but BETRAYEDCONSER-
V ATIV ECANDIDATES,
WHEREAS: Reagan PROMISEDECONOMY butdoubledtheStateBudgetandraisedtaxes
;
WHEREAS : Reaganactively PROMOTEDREGIONALGOV ERNMENT,
contrarytohisexpressedphilosophyof
localgovernment ;
WHEREAS: UnderReagan, LIBERALEDUCATIONALPROGRAMS
accelerated,andPPBS,abudgetaryprocess
ofpoliticalchange,established,movingpublicschoolstowardtotalstatecontrol ;
WHEREAS : Reaganalsobetrayedconservativeprinciplesintheareasof PROPERTYRIGHTS,INCOMETAX
WITHHOLDI"IC,
-GUN
CONTROL,MEDICINE ;MENTALHEALTH ;` NELrAI2 E--i2 -r, OIa1 4 ;-d'r^ tME56~ :
TROL . ETC.
THEREFOREBEITRESOLV ED : ThatUROCopposeRonaldReaganascandidateforPresidentorV icePresi-
dent,andurgeAmericansnationwidetocarefullyscrutinizehisrecord
.
Adopted in UROCStateConvention
SantaMaria,California
May4,1 97 5
Severalmonthsago,myofficebeganaccumulatingmaterialwhichhadparticularsignificance
intheareaofPlanning,ProgrammingandBudgetingSystems,becauseofitspotentialuseasatool
offiscalaccountabilityinthefieldofeducation .
Aswesearchedintotheinformationavailableontheapplicationofthissubjectineducation,
Itbecameincreasinglydifficulttoseeanyrelationshipbetweentheproposedprogramsandfiscal
accountability . Itwasapparent,afterastudy of themethodsproposedforusebytheschoolsfor
accountabilitypurposes,thatfiscalaccountabilitywasbeingminimized,andthetechniqueswere
beingpromotedforachievingbehavioralobjectives .
Other,seeminglyunrelated,organizations,projectsandprogramswereuncoveredbecause
oftheirinfluenceontheapplicationofaccountabilitymethods . Theywerepartsinapuzzle
-
by
themselves,eachoftheseprojectsappearedtobeeitherharmless,orexpressionsofsomeone's
"dream" . Whenlinkedtogether,withother"harmless"programs,theywerenolongerformless,
butcouldbeseenasanentirepackageofplans,outliningmethodsofimplementation,organiza-
tionalstructures(includingflowcharts) ,computerutilization,useofbehavioralprofilecatalogs,
andgoalsandobjectivesdetermination .
Theinformationavailableingovernmentreportsisvoluminous
.
***
(InCalifornia) TheBureauofProgramPlanningandDevelopment(was) chargedwiththe
responsibilityofadministeringTitleIII,ESEA,programswithinthestate . Theyreporttothe
AdvisoryCommission(onSchoolDistrictBudgetingandAccounting-theagencyostensiblycreated
to'develop'theSystem-ed
. ) ,andtotheStateBoardofEducation . TheBureau'stwocontributions
whichhave,beenofmajorinfluenceindeterminingthedirectionofCaliforniaeducationare,1 ) ,
OperationPEP(PreparingEducationalPlanners) ,aprogramforthetrainingofadministratorsin
systematicplanningprocedures,systemsanalysistechniques,programevaluationtechniques,
cost-benefitanalysis,andplanning,programmingandbusgetingsystems(PPBS) ,andtheirappli-
cationasameansofdirectingbehavioralchange ;and,2 ) ,thefundingoftwentyoneregionalplan-
ningcenters .

***
ThereisademonstrateddifferenceinintentbetweentheFederalCongressandthosecharged
withadministeringTitleIII
. Thebureausandagencieswhichwere
. . .
partoftheoverallorgans
nation,playanintegralroleintransmittingdirectivesfromESEAinWashington,D . C . ,tothe'
classroomteacher . Builtintothisorganizationalsystemareguidelineswhichhavetobefollowed,
methodsforreportingprogressandaccomplishments,andmethodsforscreening,toretainonly
thesuitableprojects . Itappearsthatonlythosetoolswhichareconsideredtobeusefultothe
"elite"remain .
THEMACHINERYFORTHEMANAGEMENTANDCONTROLOFSOCIETYISHERE -IT
ISAREALITY . (Emphasisadded - ed . )
o
Thesystemprovidesformethodsbywhichbehaviorofstudentsismeasured,aswellasthe
btleprocessbywhichbehaviorpatternsare"improved"untiltheymeettherequirementsasset
rthintheplanningandprogramming .
Inthehandsofthosewhowouldusethisinstrumentofthoughtcontrolandsocietalmanage-
menttofurthertheirownends,thisentireconceptofeducationalmanagementhasbecomea
''peoplecontrolmechanism",andhascausedmanyIntheeducationalfieldtolosesightofthereal'
goalandpurposeofeducation
.
AReportPreparedby
theOfficeof
AssemblymanRobertH
. Burke
FromAssemblymenBurke'sNewsletttrrforFebruary,1 97 1 :
"Alloftheelementsnecessaryfortheimplementationofaplanforthemanagement
ofsocietythroughthepublicschoolsoftheUnitedStatesarenowfunctioning
. . . "
ROBERTH . BURKE
MEMBER
(~ a1 iftir uta~ ru jtz1 atur
7 0thASSEMBLYDISTRICT
EDUCATION
From
TheAcquisitionofKnowledge
to
Programmed,ConditionedResponses
COMMIT1 1 . 1 S
Rulr
.
Educalimu
Transport . itum
Retyped,editedaridarr
• f
i
. ngedforspatialreasons .
ANAIIFIM

COSTAMUSA

FOUNTAINV ALLEY

GARDEN_GROV E HUNTINGTONBEACH
LFISURFWORLD
'. 1 IIM
LOS
AMITOS
AYCITY

ROSSMOOR

SANTAANA

SEALBEACH

SUNSFTREACH Wr: IyItNSTER
Patientgradualismhas,sincethe
beginning,been
acontinuingchar-
acteristic
acteristicofthemovementwhich
hassystematicmanagementasits
corecomponent
. Witnesst
1 1. 91 3
1
.
,
PUBLICATIONS,'OFTHE
GENERAL
.
EDUCATIONBOARD
OCCASIONALPAPERS,No
. 1
THECOUNTRYSCHOOL
OFTO-MORROW
BY
FREDERICKT
. GATES
6
AV ISIONDFTHE REMEDY
Isthereaughtofremedyforthisneglectofrurallife?Letus,
atleast,yieldourselvestothegratificationsofabeautifuldream
thatthere is.
Inourdream,wehavelimitlessresources,andthe
peopleyieldthemselveswithperfectdocilitytoourmoldinghand .
thepresenteducationalconventionsfadefromourminds ;and,
unhamperedbytradition,weworkourowngoodwillupona
gratefulandresponsiveruralfolk
. ` '4'e shallnottrytomake
thesepeopleoranyoftheirchildrenintophilosophersormen-of
learningorofscience . Wearcnottoraiseupfromamongthem
authors,orators,poets,ormenofletters . Weshallnotsearchfor
embryogreatartists,painters,musicians . Norwillwecherish
eventhehumblerambitiontoraiseupfromamongthemlawyers,
doctors,preachers,politicians,statesmen,ofwhomwenowhave
amplesupply .
( ;ENI
• :
ItAf
. EDUCATIONBOARD
1 7 BA'rTk . ttr PLACE

NEW Yolm CITY
1 91 3
Thisfirstattempt+
toprovideacent-I
tralizededucation)
structureincluded
twodepartments
devotedtocollect
ionofdataand
statistics --
RESEARCHt •. tSCHOOLCWT'
MCOtJNTtNaANDOV DOETilIO
$ l07 1
,00o IS spentannually(St
hools.
M
sc
hismoneyIsobtained
methodsthatareobsolete
unjustaccordingtotsxa
authorities .
Stateschoolfundsareoften
tributedtolocaldistrictsinsuch
minuetthattheydonotarcem •
puisst
shthepurpeeforwhichthey
ex-equallzatronofedtuational
opportunities .
schoolveWillingIs 1 1 1 61 1 ,41 athan
thatItisim,oselbleto
ron,perablrstatisticsuqr •
~ oytsfortheguidtwceof
boards .
Manyboardscannottellwithaccts .
roc{ . howmuchtheirownschools
AI) ,partmentofFdtuetlonwould
worksitandpopularizeata"
wbzedmethodsofschool R~
countingandbudsetaryraced •
ure,therebyguardingalistthe
wasteofschoolmoney .
0
ranARCa
wet! RRl4ECT To em.
R1 CV LAND METJtODatwTEACI.
1 No
laapldlychangingconditionsmake
traditionalcoursesofstudyIn .
ode•
uute .
Materialthatdoesnotfunction In ,
thelifeoftheDnpilmakesuptoo
largeaparteach
chilli's
tours
litsends,
Cl,1 1 drrn'stalentsamonlypa,~ I~
detciols• d andtheirtimeuasW
byIw,rmethol ;oftr'*ching .
Ree-orchdataareneeded
by local
schordauthoritiesinthesrlcntifk
formulation ofcurricula
.
AlMpartmentofEducattert,
throughadisislanofresearch,
"' icouldhavereadyfordistribution
onregtustcompilationsofhe
1 +stcurrentthoughtanedttrrr
tloulalmsandobjectives,anal .
muntessentialsincnutsrsofstudy
andseP• n
tificmethodsfornaUs-
ugthedesiredout+omea interm
ofhabita,
skills, andattiUudea .
-- one
'forbudget-
ingandaccountinc
onefor"realizing
desiredoutcomesi
. . . habits,skills
and attitudes . "
Alsoavailable :
PROGRAMPLANNINGFORSTATE,COUNTY,CITYbyHarryP
.
P. HarryandJohnF
. Cotton(7 2 -pageMonograph)
DiscussesconsiderationininstitutingaPeasysteminastateandlocalgovern-
mentandexaminesthenatureoftheanalyticalprocesswhichisintegralto
thesystem
.
PLANNINGFOREDUCATIONALDEV ELOPMENTINAPLANNING,
PROGRAMMING,BUDGETINGSYSTEMpreparedbytheState-Local
FinancesProject,fortheCommitteeonEducationalFinance,National
EducationAssociation(46pages)
Thisdocumentseeks1 Q providetheframeworkwithinwhich
Fps anstessu
candevelopforschoolsthroughcooperationofallthoseinterestedinfurther-
inganintegratedrrasystemforeducationaswell
as forothergovernmental
services.
FUNCTIONAL
. FEDERALISM : GRANTS-IN-AIDANDPPBSYSTEMS
bySelmaJ
. MushkinandJohnF . Cotton,assistedbyGabrielleC . Lupo
(2 08pages)
Formulation of
conceptsunderlyingafederalgrant-in-aidsystemanda
reviewofthewidevarietyofprescriptionsforchangethathasbeenoffered
.
PPBPILOTPROJECTREPORTSFROMTHEPARTICIPATING5
STATES. 5COUNTIES . AND5CITIES(1 55pages)
Summary ofran
implementationexperiencesoftheISgovernmentsaspre-
sentedintheirfinalreports .
CRITERIAFOREV ALUATIONINPLANNINGSTATEANDLOCAL
PROGRAMS(42 pages)
Discussesthenatureoftheevaluationcriteria(ice,measuresofefectiveaea)
neededforevaluatingallernanveprogramproucsaistzarmajorgovernment
fancuons . Aninitiallistofsuchcriteriaisp,
m-Tinsmassywastrrtpared
fortheSenateStoommiuconInsr-governmenaa : Reiarnesandisavail-
ablethroughthatsuncommitic .
LONG-RANGEREV ENUEESTIMATION'v' rP . Mc
oco,r
GabriclicC . Loos . andScimaJ . Mushkin (1 _ parts
Dealswiththeimnortartcc,turoos : -andmethodoleevvof lone--range revenue
projectionsforadvancefiscalpiannincbystatesand to aitnes . inauoescnac
ternontheprojectionofsalestaxes . incometaxes . propertytaxes . andfees
andcharges.
ANOPERATIV EPPESYSTEM : ACOLLABOLkTIV _=UNDERTAK-
INGIN THESTATESbs Sum: : J . Mushktr. stn. MarwreC. Auwxr : 2 -
care
Examinesthe
rax
suibetweencunnin;anc
?=~ ofarrs
System .
THESEARC1 iFOR ALTERNATIV ES bs- SeirnnI . Mtshi : ataepolo
Herman1 66pages
Examinestaxavesazo` ) sowtitaronessesr = acs+mtires: car
forasear,fa : au--mrrvs
--
grstet : eonrriorsrnew
-c
aasucr-awe
newmethods of hrvenn;tnexasouniin acv=
ENCOURAGEIMPROV EDPLANNINGIN
STATEAND LOCAL
GOV ERNMENTSbsSelmaJ
. Mtshkin
. HamF . R--Tr . -• MatureC
Willcox(54paresandAppendix)
Anassessment of presentfederalgrantsforplanningassiststscetostatesand
localitiesinthelightoftherequirementsofaPPBsvsusnandreeommeada-
tiorsfornewlegisiatton .
Thefollowingchartillustratesonepossiblephasingoforientationandini-
tialtraininginrelationtothefirststagesofimplementationofaaresystem
.
pmeAvon

lknarf . fOwfawa .

P. . rmr . forr+uNw
Topadmitsln*ikeInitialexploratoryphase
officials
Centralstaff

Firstphaseofstaffing
Chief
executive
Woretones) decisionto
implement
Agencyanddepart-Beforeand/orinresponseto
mentalofficials

instructionssoimplement
Agencyanddepart-Asafirstphaseof
mentalpersonnel

implementation
legislativestaff

Whendecisionismadetowork
andlegislatures

towardimplementation,or
wheninitialworkisunderway
Public

Whenpreliminarystructuring
of programhasbeen
completed
Todeterminewhetherto
Initiatearrasystem .
Toindicatetheexpectedresult.
Todeterminewhether to
proceed .
Tosetthestageforagencyand
departmentalstafftraining .
Toacquaintpersonnelwiththe
whatandwhyof Fps .
Togain(a) participationin
reviewofgeneraliurisdictioml
objectives,(b) understanding
ofusesforlegislature . (c)
legislativesupport .
Togain(a) publicdiscussion
and(b) understandingof
purposesof Fps impletoent-
ationandsupportofeffort
WhiletheabovestatementintheReport
is*'-ies
thatthischartisonlya'suggestion',the
=actisthat, inall thecaseswehaveinvestigated,
tae legislatorsandthepublic
WERE thelasttoknow
.
Who
thefirstwerehasbeen all
but
impossible
totrace . Thenameslisted in thisReport
areunknowns
. TheReporthintsthatcertainelected
officials
approved,butdoesn'tnamethose
. however,
. uvclvesent of1 31 3is
tmmipresent .
1 31 3EASTSIXTIETHSTREET
CHICAGO,ILLINOIS60037
AmericanPublicWelfare
Association
AmericanPublicWorks
Association
AmericanSocietyofPlannin
Officials
BuildingOfficialsConference
ofAmerica
CouncilofStateGovernments
FederationofTaxAdministrators
InternationalAssociation of
AssessingOfficers
InternationalInstituteof
MunicipalClerks
MunicipalFinanceOfficers
Association
PublicPersonnelAssociation
PublicAdministrationService
ThisbimonthlynewsletterIspub-
lishedjointlybytheorganizationsat
the1 31 3CenterforPublicAdmin-
istration . ItIsdesignedasameans
ofcommunicationamongtheirhun-
dredsofgoverningboardmembers,
officers,andstaffmembers
. Itis
availabletoothersonrequestfrom
anyoftheaboveorganizationsor
fromHeadquarters ServicesDivi-
sion,PublicAdministrationService,
1 31 3E. 60thSt . ,Chicago,1 1 1 . 60637 .
Theorganizationsat1 31 3areen-
tirelyIndependentofoneanother .
However,theyshareanumber of
convictions . . . theImprovementof
governmentIsamatterofpara-
mountimportance . . . theresponsi-
bilityforthisimprovementrests
primarilyonpublicofficials . . . they,
Inturn,needthebestsupportin
research,publications,training,and
othertechnicalassistanceandserv-
Icesthatcanbeprovided . . . such
supportrequiresliaisonbetweenthe
theoreticianandthepractitioner .
Sharedviewssuchasthesehaveled
tothedevelopmentofimportantre-
sourcesat1 31 3forIndividualand
collectiveuse.
THIRTEEN
t''% 1 ~ T'i
: ~ ttIF'*1 TtI'UItL
. 7 C . A. fl . Rt INISTIiAT'ION
THIRTEEN
ADPincreasesproductionfortheMalaysianfarmerwithoutchangein
hisancientmethodofriceplanting (see storybelow) .
ComputerizedCreditSystemProvides
MoreRiceforMalaysia
Tho3rghl rmeru?( . Malsyaiq_slill JtlQ IYithlll
e water buRalo- a cones
Mt
eE
osedit svstem has beendesignedbyPu0I4c gi trationSF ryjg-eto
assistthemindoublingtheirriceproduction . Thisagriculturecreditsystem,
proposedandpartlyfinancedbytheWorldBank,willsupplycash,fertilizer,
andotherproductionaidstothousandsofsubmarginalandmarginalfarmers
intheMudaareaofMalaysia . Thecreditsystem,alongwithanirrigation
project,willgiveMalayfarmerssufficientwaterandfertilizerforasecond
cropofriceeveryyear . Farmerswillreceiveloanstobegindoublecropping
inFebruary1 97 0 .
Mostofafarmer'sharvestincome
isnowusedtoliveforthesixmonths
betweenharvestingandplanting .
Withdoublecropping,thetimefrom
harvestingtoplantingwillbereduced
toonemonth . Itisexpectedthat
eventuallyfarmerswillbeableto
financetheirownplantingandhar-
vesting,butatleastforafewyears,
theywillprobablyneedcreditto
financethesecondplanting
.
AMalaysianfarmerinthisnew
Not of general
knowledge isthefact
that1 31 3doesnotconfineitsprojects
totheUnitedStates,butinvolvesthe
wholeworldinitsplans
. Equally
obscureisthepart1 31 3hasplayedin
integratingthemanagementandcontrol
systemintogovernmentdepartments
.
V OLUME5
NUMBER
I
SEPT. -OCT.
1 969
systemwillrequestaloanfroma
localcreditcenterofhischoice-a
miller,planterboard,cooperative,
farmerassociation
. Thecenterwill
usecomputer-pter--- tq
formstore-
cordloandata- a tiKrc

Nr '
s
ofrequest,amou
decisiontoappr
loan.
Thefarmer's
beforwarded
ingtoacen'
WhenCongressrejectedtheNationalResourcesBoardanditsPlan,
by1
largemajority,acabalofdiehardsenatorsmetinclosedsessions,an',
togetherapackageoflegislation,designedtoimplementthePlanpiecen
TheinstallmentscontainedInthese
pagesappearedasseparatearticles
inthe
NEW YORKJOURNAL-AMERICAN
CHICAGOHERALD-AMERICAN
PITTSBURG"SUN-TELEGRAP1 1
DETROITTIMES
MILWAUKEESENTINEL
BALTIMORENEWSPOST
SANANTONIOLIGHT
SEATTLE POST. tNtEt. LK. . NCER
SANFRANCISCOEXAMINER
LOS ANGELESEXAMINER
ALBANYTIMES-UNION
Snares
for AmericanLiberties
DescribingandExposingaHighlyOrganizedCampaign
toImposeaSocialistEconomyupontheAmericanPeople
ByE. F.
Toawturts
SOCIALISTLEGISLATION
(PublishedAuput2 9,1 941 )
USTbeforetheUnitedStatesSenatewentintorecess,
1 7
DemocraticMembersmetincaucusandweldedthemselves
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