Friday, September 17, 2010


You may recall that recently I posted a lighthearted blog bit at my B-List blog ‘Stuffs’ in which I alluded to the Russian spy intrigue that had recently come to light.

But on a more serious note, an article titled “Pixie Dust, Treason, & Spies” by William Jasper appeared in the 8/10/2010 issue of The New American magazine. You can (and should) read the entire piece HERE. But what follows are just some excerpts from the article which are pertinent to a book recommendation I will make at the conclusion:

“We would like to get to the point where there is just so much trust and cooperation between the United States and Russia that nobody would think of turning to intelligence means to find out things that they couldn’t find out in other channels,” said Philip H. Gordon, the Assistant Secretary of State in charge of Russia.

No one should be surprised to learn that Gordon, like Esther Dyson, … is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), where breathing the pixie dust of Russian-American political and economic convergence has been mandatory policy for decades.

Unfortunately, we are unlikely to get answers to these and many other important questions since all 10 of the agents were returned to Russia on July 8, less than two weeks after their apprehension. … A twelfth agent, Alexey Karetnikov, a computer code developer for Microsoft, was deported on July 13.

Why the Rush on Deporting the Russians?

Why did the United States government spend years — and undoubtedly millions of dollars — tracking and monitoring a network of Russian deep cover-sleeper agents and then release them after only 11 days in custody?
None of the apprehended SVR agents was charged with espionage; they pled guilty to the much lesser charge of conspiring to act as an unregistered agent of a foreign country. The cover story that the administration gave for the quick return was that this was a “spy swap,” with our side getting four “defectors” in exchange for returning the 10. The claim seems dubious at best; from available evidence, the swap appears to be a very odd mismatch, with Moscow getting by far the better end of the trade. The four exchangees — Igor Sutyagin, Sergei Skripal, Aleksandr Zaporozhsky, and Gennady Vasilenko — are not Americans, so this is not a reciprocal return of nationals to their respective homelands, as with most trades of the past. Even the liberal-globalist Economist felt constrained to remark editorially that the obvious asymmetry of the trade is “puzzling.”

So, who on Team Obama is responsible for coming up with the “spy swap” that so obviously benefited Moscow and just as obviously harmed the United States? Certainly Secretary Clinton and Assistant Secretary Gordon played central roles. Undoubtedly, another individual calling the shots on this matter for the administration is Michael McFaul, President Obama’s Special Assistant for National Security Affairs and Senior Director of Russian and Eurasian Affairs on the National Security Council.

This is interesting in that Dr. McFaul appears to be a close associate of — and a Facebook friend of — Anna Dvornikova, president of the American Business Association of Russian-speaking Professionals (AmBAR). And Anna Dvornikova is, among other things, Facebook friends with Anna Chapman, the most famous of the spies that were deported on July 8. The same journos who reduced the serious national security implications of the spy scandal to tabloid-style reports on Anna Chapman — the “sexy spy” and “the Russian hottie” — have failed to show any interest in probing Dr. McFaul’s connections to the spy ring.

Dr. McFaul is a major player in the convergence game, with top connections at the CFR — where he is a member, as well as a regular contributor to the Council’s journal, Foreign Affairs, and a speaker on council programs. For two years in the 1990s, McFaul lived in Russia as a senior associate of the Carnegie Moscow Center, an adjunct of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, which, like the CFR, has been pushing for world government for much of the past century. Carnegie works closely with the Gorbachev Foundation and other Russian institutions operating at the behest of the KGB/FSB.

Did any of these connections have an influence on the Obama administration’s … curious decision for the hasty expulsion of the spies before they could be properly debriefed and possibly finger others?

Is Michael McFaul President Obama’s Alger Hiss? One of the most notorious high-level Soviet moles to penetrate our federal government, Hiss was FDR’s top man on Russia. And like McFaul, Hiss was a “highly respected” upper-echelon member of the CFR and a top factotum (president, actually) of the Carnegie Endowment. The same media chorus that for decades doggedly defended Hiss, and attacked those who expressed alarm about Soviet espionage, is today singing the same song, smugly dismissing the current spy scandal as nothing to get worked up about.

Alright now, I’ll bet my loyal, blue-collar dog against your supercilious, white-collar cat that you haven’t come across THIS quote before:

“Without exception, we operated under directives issued by the White House. We are continuing to be guided by just such directives, the substance of which was to the effect that we should make every effort to so alter life in the United States as to make possible a comfortable merger with the Soviet Union.”

It has been reported that H. Rowan Gaither, the president of the Ford Foundation, made that statement to Norman Dodd at the New York City headquarters of the Ford Foundation in 1953. Dodd was the director of research for the Reece Committee – a Congressional committee investigating the funding and the work of foundations in America.

It is also reported that when Dodd asked Gaither if the American people would be informed of this, Mr. Gaither replied, “We wouldn’t think of doing that, Mr. Dodd.”

A book that I feel every genuine American patriot who is concerned about the direction this country is heading in and who cherishes the Constitutional principles that this country was founded upon should read is ‘FOUNDATIONS: Their Power And Influence’ by Rene A. Wormser.

In 1958, Wormser, as counsel to the Reece Committee which investigated the Rockefeller, Carnegie and Ford foundations for Congress, published his and the Committee’s findings at the conclusion of their investigation into these multibillion dollar trust funds.

You won’t find the quotes above recorded in his book, but what you will find is definitely going to open your mind to some very dangerous conspiratorial machinations directed against We The People of the United States of America.

This is an important book that you ought to read. I keep my copy of it next to my bed, right alongside a can of Rooskie repellent, a fly swatter, and my birth certificate (yeah, unlike the president, I have one).

~ Stephen T. McCarthy
‘Loyal American Underground’

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  1. I actually was surprised you hadn't mentioned this article to me before.

    I for one did not find the one spy cute enough to warrant all of the accolades on her looks being enough to entice the most loyal American drooling dude.

    I know I just read something discussing foundations that echoes your post, but I know I did not read the book. Was that in the same article or issue?

    Sadly, Obama has been very open in his support of a New World Order, and does not seem to take the posture that America would be the Big Dog in such a worldwide union.

    Unfortunately, the first African American President is a lot more Stepin Fetchit than Dr. Martin Luther King.

  2. >>I know I just read something discussing foundations that echoes your post, but I know I did not read the book. Was that in the same article or issue?

    No, Brother, there weren't nuttin' in that article (or issue, that I can recall) pertaining to the evils of certain foundations.

    I'm not sure where you read that. Although I mention foundations enough. Perhaps you're remembering something I said recently while runnin' my mouth?

    And yeah, despite my joking about it at 'STUFFS', that Russian Spy chick doesn't get me hot 'n' bothered. But then I like my women like my coffee-- er, actually, I mean that I'm attracted to the dark-haired, dark-eyed womens.

    And Martin Luther King, Jr. ...well, we'll save that topic for another day.

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

    This just occurred to me. Have you been reading that special edition of The New American on "Global Control" that I gave you? If I remember correctly, there may be some information on foundations in that magazine.

    ~ D-FensDogg


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