Sunday, June 16, 2013


[NOTE: The following book review is really an addendum to my blog bit(s) posted above it. What? There are no blog bits above this book review? Well, give me a few days. I’m working my way backwards and up to ‘em.]

Yesterday, my Brother Napoleon and I went to ‘The Main Ingredient’ ale house and café where, sadly, my waitress informed me that I had just ordered their last bottle of Lagunitas ‘SUCKS’ ale. That means I’ve tasted it for the last time until December. Now THAT sucks!

Oh well, enough about MY troubles; let’s talk about this country’s troubles:

Now that ‘NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY’ is available, I no longer need to answer “no” to the question which is often put to me, namely: “Mr. Dodd, is there a book which I can read so I can know what you know?” No higher praise is possible for this book.
~ Norman Dodd
Chief Investigator
‘Reece Committee to Investigate Foundations’

This book concerns the way in which our nation and other nations are actually governed. ... For the reader who is intelligent but uninitiated in the literature of superpolitics, I can think of no better introduction to the field than ‘NONE DARE CALL IT TREASON’.
~ Dr. Medford Evans
‘Former Chief of Security for the Atom Bomb Project’

The real menace of our republic is the invisible government which, like a giant octopus, sprawls its slimy length over our city, state and nation. At the head is a small group of banking houses generally referred to as “international bankers”. This little coterie of powerful international bankers virtually run our government for their own selfish ends.
~ John F. Hylan
‘Mayor of New York City
March 26, 1922

Until a person has a working knowledge of 'The Federal Reserve System' and 'The Council On Foreign Relations', he or she has no real understanding of the contemporary American / geopolitical landscape. Anytime you find a Democrat and a Republican arguing politics, you can be sure that neither one of them actually knows the truth . . . unless they're professional politicians, or professional propagandists like Talk Radio hosts.
~ Stephen T. McCarthy

In the comment section of my recent installment TELEVISION-THINKIN’ TIME (Or, ARE YOU SMARTER THAN ARCHIE BUNKER?) I mentioned ‘NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY’ (‘NDCIC’), published in 1972 by Gary Allen. Despite being a praiseworthy publication, I acknowledged that I had rarely sung its praises. Primarily because by the time I read ‘NDCIC’, I had already studied other, more detailed books about the subject; for me personally, ‘NDCIC’ was old news and I learned only a few nuggets of new information by reading it.

My recent focus on it in that ARCHIE BUNKER  comment section inspired me to reread Gary Allen’s publication, and this time I read it with the mindset that it was all new information to me; I read it while pretending that I had never before heard of the Council on Foreign Relations (C.F.R.), the “New World Order” (NWO), and knew nothing about the Federal Reserve System.

Having done that, I have to say that ‘NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY’ by Gary Allen might well be the perfect introduction to the very real International Banker conspiracy against the United States of America for the uninitiated “Americonned” citizen.

Like the vast majority of NWO conspiracy books, the primary weakness of ‘NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY’ is its failure to address the false spiritual / supernatural foundation that secretly undergirds the One-World Government conspiracy. Tal Brooke gets that part right in his essential book ‘ONE WORLD’, but, unfortunately, Brooke alludes frequently to the Jewish heritage of many of the conspirators. Allen correctly points out that the conspiracy is not entirely “Jewish”, “Catholic”, or “Masonic”. Eh... “Masonic”? Uh... well... Nah!... Don’t get me started. Let’s not get into Freemasonry or I’ll never get this review written.

It’s pretty rare, but occasionally you come across a mere booklet that contains more valuable information than many books three times its size and length. Some examples: ‘WHY A BANKRUPT AMERICA?’ by Devvy Kidd, and ‘THE PRIVILEGE OF BEING A WOMAN’ by Alice von Hildebrand.
At only 138 pages sized 4 1/2" X 7 1/4", Gary Allen’s ‘NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY’ is a booklet, not a book. Even so, it contains more truth, valuable information, and political penetration (like, how you’re getting screwed by the secret government) than you’d find in 50 books by the likes of Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, Dipshit O’Reilly, Barack Obama, Chris "Thrill Up My Leg" Matthews, Michael Moore, Bill Maher, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, and Billary Clinton (I didn’t mention NeoCon Ann Coulter only because she makes me laugh.)

Perhaps you’re not inclined to purchase and spend time studying highly detailed tomes like I am; maybe you’re not apt to acquire the 1,311-page ‘Tragedy And Hope’ by Carroll Quigley, or G. Edward Griffin’s nearly 600-page masterpiece ‘The Creature From Jekyll Island’, the 400 dry pages that constitutes ‘Foundations: Their Power And Influence’ by Rene Wormser. And, OK, so you’re not willing to pay a lot of money for a rare, used, out-of-print copy of ‘Treason: The New World Order’ by Gurudas.

Nevertheless, you can acquire a used copy of Allen’s booklet ‘NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY’ for under ten dollars at Internet bookseller sites like ALIBRIS.
Follow that up by reading a cheap, used copy of Tal Brooke’s ‘ONE WORLD’ which covers much of the same ground but dives even deeper by shining a Light on the spiritual dimension of the deception, and you will know most of the essential information that I have spent nearly two decades learning. In 1994, if someone had pointed me toward ‘NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY’ by Gary Allen, and ‘ONE WORLD’ by Tal Brooke, I would have quickly acquired 85.5% of the crucial information I spent two decades gathering. (I’m making it SO EASY for all y’all! You should pay me some money for this massive time-saving shortcut. Why don’tcha?)

Those that create and issue the money and credit direct the policies of government and hold in their hands the destiny of the people.
~ Reginald McKenna
‘President of the Midlands Bank of England

In a nutshell, the great truth that Gary Allen’s booklet sets out to show is this: Certain individuals - primarily International Bankers – have as their goal to gain control over all nations by means of global Socialism which they will oversee.

The International Bankers have made great strides toward the fulfillment of their goal by the use of various tactics. The most effective was the sneaking of ‘The Federal Reserve Act’ through Congress in 1913, putting this nation’s entire economy in their private hands.

The establishing of the Federal Reserve System provided the “conspiracy” with an instrument whereby the international bankers could run the national debt up to the sky, thereby collecting enormous amounts of interest and also gaining control over the borrower.
~ Gary Allen
‘None Dare Call It Conspiracy’, page 58

From page 51:
Neither Presidents, Congressmen nor Secretaries of the Treasury direct the Federal Reserve! In the matters of money, the Federal Reserve directs them! The uncontrolled power of the “Fed” was admitted by the Secretary of the Treasury, David M. Kennedy, in an interview for the May 5, 1969, issue of ‘U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT’:

Q: Do you approve of the latest credit-tightening moves?
A: It’s not my job to approve or disapprove. It is the action of the Federal Reserve.”

Another effective tactic was the International Bankers’ 1921 formation of an elite group called the ‘Council on Foreign Relations’ (C.F.R.) which largely directs governmental policy foreign AND domestic, Republican AND Democrat, and influences every facet of basic American life from the judiciary and education to publishing and the entertainment industry.

If you want a worldwide monopoly, you must control a world socialist government. That is what the game is all about. ...First by establishing socialist governments in the various nations and then consolidating them all through a “Great Merger”, into an all-powerful world socialist super-state...
~ Gary Allen
‘None Dare Call It Conspiracy’, page 35
On the first page of his booklet, ‘NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY’, Gary Allen draws an analogy between the “political reality” and the “real picture” that is hidden in those drawings where the viewer is supposed to discern the image within an image. He writes... The caption reads something like this: “Concealed somewhere in this picture is a donkey pulling a cart with a boy in it. Can you find them?”

The rest of his booklet is devoted to showing the reader the “political reality” that is cloaked within the deceptive landscape that is continually put before the Americonned People by politicians, writers, and television and radio pundits. Some might say that the booklet is outdated, since its current events focus was on President Nixon and the Vietnam War. But I’d answer: Think of it as an ideal example of illustrating how ‘The Song Remains The Same; ‘It’s The Same Old Song And Dance, My Friend’; ‘Meet The New Boss, Same As The Old Boss’.)

‘NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY’ covers a lot of ground in just 138 small pages. It corrects some of the most basic political misconceptions in the U.S.A. today. For example, how often has someone (a coworker, an arguing partner, a newsman or Talk Radio commentator) tried to mislead you into thinking that (Leftwing) Communism and (Rightwing) Fascism represent two opposite ends on the political spectrum? Well, as Gary Allen correctly illustrates in Charts 1 and 2, that’s B.S.

Correctly understood, Communism, Socialism, and Fascism represent “Total Government” on the Left end of the scale. Anarchy represents “Zero Government” on the Right end of the scale. Just to the Left of Anarchy is Liberty, or Limited Government as understood by our Founding Fathers in their creation of a “Constitutional Republic”.
But ‘NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY’ also digs a lot deeper into International Banking and the tax-exempt Foundations created by those bankers. It shows some of the evidence supporting the validity of the statement that “Communism Was MADE IN THE U.S.A.”, and also illustrates why it’s true that there’s not “a dime’s worth of difference between the two parties” - Republican and Democrat. Both puppet parties and their ideologies are merged by the Council on Foreign Relations (C.F.R.) puppeteers.

...The policies of the government today, whether Republican or Democrat, are closer to the 1932 platform of the Communist Party than they are to either of their own party platforms in that critical year.
~ Walter Trohan

From pages 89 & 92:
“Colonel” House believed we should have two political parties but only a single ideology – One World Socialism. This is exactly what we have in this country today. (See Chart 8) Although there are philosophical differences between the grass roots Democrats and the grass roots Republicans, yet as you move up the party ladders these differences become less and less distinguishable until finally the ladders disappear behind the Establishment’s managed news curtain and come together at the apex under the control of the C.F.R. ...Administrations, both Democrat and Republican, come and go – but the C.F.R. lingers on. This is why the more things seem to change, the more they remain the same. The fix is in at the top, where the same coterie of Insiders, bent on control of the world, runs the show.

When you get to be the leader of a big country, someone else makes all the decisions.
~ President Bill Clinton
Speech in Ireland; August, 1998
From page 124 & 125:
The real name of the game is 1984. We will have systematic population reduction, forced sterilization or anything else which the planners deem necessary to establish absolute control in their humanitarian utopia. But to enforce these plans, you must have an all-powerful world government. You can’t do this if individual nations have sovereignty. And before you can facilitate the Great Merger, you must first centralize control within each nation, ...and remove the guns from the hands of the citizenry. ... “Change” is a word we hear over and over. By “change” these groups mean Socialism.

There’s only half-a-difference between the Presidencies of Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama. What is that half-a-difference? Barack Obama is “half” Black.

From pages 9 & 10:
...People have over the years acquired a strong vested emotional interest in their own errors. Their intellects and egos are totally committed to the accidental theory. Most people are highly reluctant to admit that they have been conned or have shown poor judgment. To inspect the existence of a conspiracy guiding our political destiny from behind the scenes would force many of these people to repudiate a lifetime of accumulated opinions.

It takes a person with strong character indeed to face the facts and admit he has been wrong even if it was because he was uninformed.

Such was the case with the author of this book. It was only because he set out to prove the conservative anti-Communists wrong that he happened to end up writing this book. His initial reaction to the conservative point of view was one of suspicion and hostility; and it was only after many months of intensive research that he had to admit that he had been “conned”.

[Don’t lose sight of the fact that by “conservative point of view” in 1972, Gary Allen was NOT referring to the NeoConservative point of view that passes for “Conservatism” today by pseudo-Conservatives like Limbaugh, Hannity, Beck, and O’Reilly.]

...“Intellectuals” are fond of mouthing cliches like “The conspiracy theory is often tempting. However, it is overly simplistic.” To ascribe absolutely everything that happens to the machinations of a small group of power hungry conspirators is overly simplistic. But, in our opinion nothing is more simplistic than doggedly holding onto the accidental view of major world events.

...With the leaders of the academic and communications world assuming this sneering attitude towards the conspiratorial (or cause and effect) theory of history, it is not surprising that millions of innocent and well-meaning people, in a natural desire not to appear naïve, assume the attitudes and repeat the cliches of the opinion makers.

These persons, in their attempt to appear sophisticated, assume their mentors’ air of smug superiority even though they themselves have not spent five minutes in study on the subject of international conspiracy.

Go ahead, read Gary Allen’s little booklet ‘NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY’, published in '72, and then come back and tell me that you’re stillA Coincidence Theorist”. 
Come on, I DARE you!


~ Stephen T. McCarthy

YE OLDE COMMENT POLICY: All comments, pro and con, are welcome. However, ad hominem attacks and disrespectful epithets will not be tolerated (read: "posted"). After all, this isn’t, so I don’t have to put up with that kind of bovine excrement.


  1. Holy smokes! I need to read that booklet.

    Get this: After I graduated college I lived in NYC for two years working at a publishing house (St. Martin's Press). One of my friends from college had already moved to NYC and was working as an assistant... wait for it... at The Council on Foreign Relations. I cannot tell you how many times I have been in that building.

    The CFR plans annual meetings for the members in a different country. So, my friend saw many different countries while she worked there and met people from all over the world. In 1999, the meeting was in Berlin and I met her there. I met all of the members of the CFR and went to several of their evening events. During the day, I just did the tourist thing in Berlin while she went to the meetings. The evening functions were strictly recreational and they didn't discuss politics AT ALL. I had NO IDEA. Of course, back then I was not really into politics period. I was still voting a straight Democratic ticket just like I was raised... hahahaha.

    I consorted with the people who are making every effort to overthrow my beloved country. And I thought they were NICE people.

    My mind is officially BLOWN.

    1. HiYa, ROBIN ~
      I actually recall reading one or more of your older blog bits in which you mentioned having lived in NYC and your having worked for St. Martin's Press.

      I can't speak to the situation of your college friend, but I can tell you that I have spent 19 years studying this subject to the nth degree (even deceptively arranging an appointment to spend time studying in a Grand Masonic Lodge's library).

      I have been in New York City three times (see the photo of me, Jack Daniels, and the Statue of Liberty), but even the last time I was there, I was not aware of the "New World Order" conspiracy.

      As you obviously know, the CFR is headquartered at "the elegant Harold Pratt House at 58 East 68th Street, in New York City."

      I can't speculate on your college friend, but I will tell you that, according to the Illuminati way, young people are watched, mentored, and evaluated, and if they seem like good (evil) candidates, they are gradually moved up and further evaluated. That's how a bastard like Bill Clinton became president over U.S.

      At the CFR's 'Pratt House', when the SERIOUS BUSINESS is discussed, no outsiders are allowed, no notes are allowed to be taken, and armed guards ensure that no uninvited visitors enter the building.

      However, one particular thing you wrote got my mind working. You said:

      >>... I consorted with the people who are making every effort to overthrow my beloved country. And I thought they were NICE people.

      “NICE people”...
      When I read that, I immediately recalled a section in Tal Brooke’s masterpiece book ‘ONE WORLD’. On page 250, he wrote about the Horror movie ‘ROSEMARY’S BABY’ and fashioned an analogy to the Insiders who intend to destroy our Constitutional liberties and enslave us. In part, he wrote:

      It is a revelation about the propensity of evil to camouflage itself: that in a layered reality, things are often not what they seem.
      ~ Pages 250 & 251

      Even the secular publication ‘DVD & VIDEO GUIDE 2004’ by Mick Martin & Marsha Porter says about ‘Rosemary’s Baby’:

      Ruth Gordon is priceless in her Oscar-winning role as one of the seemingly normal neighbors.

      I would say the Biblical correlate to that is 2 Corinthians 11:

      Satan himself transforms himself into an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also transform themselves into ministers of righteousness, whose end will be according to their works

      Considering your personal background in connection with the Council on Foreign Relations, you might even want to think about starting your research with the book ‘THE SHADOWS OF POWER: The Council On Foreign Relations And The American Decline’ by James Perloff.

      ~ D-FensDogg
      ‘Loyal American Underground’

  2. It sounds like I really need to pick up this book(let). It's funny you mention Tal Brooke's book and his mention of Judaism, because I'm surprised at just how many people/sites I've seen that mention the international banker thing, but then it always resorts to, "It's the Jewish banker! The Jews are going to be the death of us all!"

    So back to the topic at hand, I read a great quote about these conspiracy books, and as a guy who just wrote a horror novella, I think it's completely true.

    "It has been my experience for the past half-decade or so that when I want to read good horror, I don't go to the horror section of the bookstore. I go to the non-fiction section."

    Also, on a lighter note, I'm sad to hear you've had your last Sucks. December is officially marked on my calendar, and if I miss it this year, I'm definitely going to kick myself.

      Yeah, the "Jewish" connection often gets overplayed when the New World Order conspiracy topic comes up. I don't believe in closing my eyes to facts, and it's actually a fact that history of the conspiracy and of Communism seems to feature an inordinate number of Jews. Because of that, a lot of people have wrongly concluded that it's a "Jewish" thing.

      If it was really a "Jewish" thing, then why has the Rockefeller family played such a large part in it? And why did the Warburg family, Jewish international bankers, help fund Adolph Hitler?

      Of course I don't know which websites you've visited, but undoubtedly some of those people honestly misunderstand the conspiracy; some are probably just Jew haters; and some of the sites might actively be engaged in disinformation (smearing all "conspiracy theorists" by falsely presenting them as anti-Semites).

      As for Tal Brooke... I doubt he's really anti-Semitic; I think he's just overly conscious of the number of Jews involved in the conspiracy. (He knows perfectly well that it's a demonic thing, not a Jewish thing.)

      In fact, it wasn't until the second or third time I read Brooke's book that I even noticed what he was doing, because it's subtle.

      For example, on page 238 he writes: "Jacob Schiff, head of Kuhn Loeb, had given Trotsky (born in the Ukraine as Lev Davidovitch Bronstein) $20 million in gold bullion in 1917..."

      One can study the NWO conspiracy from a variety of angles by reading different books. 'PHILIP DRU: ADMINISTRATOR' gets inside the mind of one of the major players; 'THE CREATURE FROM JEKYLL ISLAND' examines the monetary mechanism the conspirators use; 'FOUNDATIONS: Their Power And Influence' illustrates the way they condition the Americonned People, etc.

      But I'd still say that the OVERALL best book on the NWO conspiracy is Tal Brooke's 'ONE WORLD', because that one examines the spiritual component of the plan, which few other books even mention.

      What makes Gary Allen's 'NONE DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY' so easy to recommend is that it's only 138 pages long but covers most of the essential non-spiritual aspects of the conspiracy. I realize most people are not inclined to read massive books on this subject like I have. 'NDCIC' is a good alternative for those people who are not heavy into reading.

      All we want for Christmas is a six of 'SUCKS', a six of 'SUCKS', a six of 'SUCKS' / All we want for Christmas is a six of 'SUCKS'...

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

    2. Great blog bit!

      I'll have to try to snag a copy of NDCIC before your other six readers do. Even though many copies were printed back in the day, I suspect not that many remain. I'd guess that most readers eventually tossed them as outdated right-wing silliness. The most true statement of many truths in your piece was this quote: "It takes a person with strong character indeed to face the facts and admit he has been wrong even if it was because he was uninformed."

      After all, it is easy to drink the kool aide and "it is hard for thee to kick against the pricks."

      Isn't that right, NSA? Prism?

      Thanks! Glad you liked it. It's really just a kind of follow-up to what will eventually precede it. (How's that for convoluted writing?)

      I wanted this book review to follow the next thing I post, but since I haven't completed the first part yet, I posted the second first, so eventually the order will be correct.

      And, I am one of those who has had to admit he was wrong and gone back to the drawing board. I'm referring primarily to spiritual beliefs. I was fooled a couple of times but eventually got it straightened out (with some help from my Friend).

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

  3. The list of books waiting patiently for me to read them is already a mile long, but I'm adding this one. You've convinced me that it's worth reading.

    1. SUSAN ~
      Yes, it's DEFINITELY worth reading. And the good news is... it's so short that you'll go through it in no time flat.

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

  4. You know how I feel about coincidences, basically ‘no such animal’; at least not where this type of thing is concerned.

    Excellent review of what sounds like a great little book that has a lot to say. I will have to look for it in used book stores, I would like to have something like this to recommend to others who are ‘too busy’ to put in the time to know the truth, but for right now, I’ll have to settle for reading ‘One World’ one more time.

    Personally, I enjoyed ‘One World’ so much, it felt like reading a novella of about 100 pages, even as packed with all of the background information. Mr. Brooke certainly did his homework or should I say lifework.

    While there is always more I can learn (and remember) I think I’ve already seen the donkey, the boy, the cart, his cousins, the forest, the trees and quite a few of the little critters lurking in the woods. Sometimes I think life would be easier if I could just stop and smell the flowers, for a change.

    1. FAE ~
      Thanks. Glad you liked the review.

      To be honest, there's probably little to nothing in this booklet that you aren't already aware of. You're probably like me, in that you can read a book about the NWO and pick up one or two little details that you'd maybe not encountered before, but all the major points are old news and the big picture you were very familiar with long ago.

      Yeah, you've already seen the donkey, the cart and the boy, and other stuffs too.

      It would probably be a good book to read primarily so you could recommend it to others without reservation. It's perfect for those who want to know just enough without delving deeply into the minutiae. But I don't like recommending things to others unless I've adequately examined them for myself first.

      Tal Brooke's 'ONE WORLD' is one of the very, very best. It covers everything in 'NDCIC' and plenty more - namely, the spiritual component that is not addressed at all in Gary Allen's study.

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

  5. I found the hardcover version of NDCIC in the library last week. It really does cut to the chase, and if it did sell that many copies back in the 70's I can see how it might raise some concerns for those that would rather be invisible while in plain sight.

    So many great quotes..."Naturally everyone gravitates toward the olive branch, not realizing that the olive branch is controlled by another arm of the entity that is rattling the sabers."

    It's also interesting to get a completely different view of Nixon and his pre-Watergate administration. It's a snapshot in time but not outdated. It would be better if it was outdated which would mean the there was some sort of evolution or revolution as the American people finally took the message of the book to heart and ....never mind...fairytales bore me.

    After reading this, your theory that Archie's international bankers reference was related to the popularity of this book rings even louder.

    I guess Allen's attempt to inform the public just sort of fizzled out or was overshadowed by the more familiar events during the Nixon administration; a convenient distraction.

    May your lava lamp continue to glow brightly.


    A little late in my response. After the 'All In The Family' episodes, I got wrapped up in the Airheadzona Diamondbacks game which went into the 13th inning.

    There was every reason to believe that the D-Backs would win that game, taking a one-run lead into the 13th with their best pitcher on the mound. But after an entire life of playing and watching baseball, one begins to develop a sixth sense about such things, and I somehow knew they were going to find a way to lose it. Sometimes I hate being right.

    I didn't know that NDCIC was originally published as a hardcover.

    Sometimes I get to thinking that it's pointless for me to recommend books and movies on my blog, since no one ever really takes my recommendations seriously enough to pursue them.

    And then something happens to remind me that sometimes my friends DO pursue my recommendations. I know that Sheboyganboy Six and FarAwayEyes both acquired and read Tal Brooke's 'ONE WORLD' because I endorsed it several times on my blog. And now you have read 'NDCIC'. Thanks for making me feel relevant.

    Yeah, that's a good book, especially for someone new to the 'Banker Conspiracy' (which I know you are not). It does pack a lot of accurate and important information in a small number of pages. In my opinion, it's quite possibly the ideal introduction to the New World Order for the neophyte (which I know you are not).

    >>... It would be better if it was outdated which would mean the there was some sort of evolution or revolution as the American people finally took the message of the book to heart and ....never mind...fairytales bore me.

    Ha! I hear ya, Brotherman! If only more people watched 'All In The Family' and took Archie Bunker more seriously.

    >>... After reading this, your theory that Archie's international bankers reference was related to the popularity of this book rings even louder.

    Ya know, the thing that really sells me on that idea is the fact that what Archie Bunker said in that episode was SO COMPLETELY outside of Archie Bunker's normal worldview. As I said before, Archie Bunker was a 100% mainstream Republican dope; he was a "hook, line & sinker" Republican. But SUDDENLY, in only ONE episode, Archie Bunker starts spouting a bunch of very esoteric, non-mainstream FACTS that would be known at that time to only a handful of very "outside-the-box" American thinkers, and I'm supposed to believe there's no PURPOSE for this sudden awakening on the part of the Archie Bunker character?

    Nah. I spent enough time in Hollywood to know that "time is BIG MONEY", and EVERYTHING shown on the screen has a specific purpose.

    What they did regarding Archie Bunker and the International Banker conspiracy was pretty ingenious, and it's funny that all these decades later I have reached the point where I can recognize, dissect, and understand the purpose behind it. I probably saw that episode when it first aired, and at that time that scene meant next to nothing to me - it was just something to laugh at.

    >>... a convenient distraction.

    Yeah, "distraction". It's pretty amazing what The Wizards Behind The Curtain use to distract U.S.

    >>... May your lava lamp continue to glow brightly.

    Lava lamp? What's that? Just how old are you, anyway?

    Seriously... I'm laughing. That's a great line. I think I'd maybe make only one minor adjustment to it...

    Uncle Sam sez: "May your Lava Lamp continue to distract you."

    Thanks, Sig, for checking back in with an update. I sincerely appreciate your sincere interest. This was a wonderful late addition to this blog bit.

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'


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