Friday, December 17, 2010


In Chapter VII ‘The Evidence On Owen Lattimore’ in Senator Joe McCarthy’s 1952 book ‘McCARTHYISM: THE FIGHT FOR AMERICA’, we find the following:

“Let Them Fall But Do Not Let It Look As Though We Pushed Them”

On July 17, 1949, shortly before [Owen] Lattimore prepared his secret advice (August, 1949) to [Philip] Jessup, he wrote in an article in the ‘Sunday Compass’, a left-wing New York publication, in which he stated, referring to the Marshall Mission:

“The problem was how to allow them [China] to fall without making it look as if the United States had pushed them.”

In the same article, Lattimore suggests that what had been done in China should now be done in Korea also. This was before the Korean war. He stated:

“The thing to do, therefore, is to let South Korea fall – but not to let it look as though we pushed it. Hence the recommendation of a parting grant of $150 million.” (Economic aid.)

That first Lattimore quote, by the way, McCarthy also entered into the Congressional Record when he delivered his June 14, 1951, speech on the Senate floor about the disastrous activities of General George C. Marshall.

Anyway, there is a great deal more to this story, and anyone who has studied it in greater detail knows that, in fact, elements within the U.S. State Department and American foreign policy advisors like Owen Lattimore did indeed “push” China into the hands of the Communists in a variety of ways.

But I posted the quotes above just to give you some idea about how devious our so-called leaders are, and to place in proper context the remainder of this blog bit:

Recently, a friend of mine, Anniee451 of the blog Purely Politics-Partisan?-Perhaps, posted a blog bit entitled “Economic Jeen-Asses”.

After reading what she had written, I left the following comment [with minor edits made here]:

Anniee you wrote:

We're back in the Carter years, and they're talking about going BACK into a recession from a RECOVERING economy with double-digit unemployment??? And we've got Bernanke, TheBenbernank, promising to raise inflation and printing tons of fiat money (because God forbid DEFLATION! Oh NOES!) and Krugman recommending an inflation rate of an eventual 28%... and extensions of those sweet sweet unemployment benefits of 2 years total (i.e. welfare, duh) and every day I hear from people who can't get a job making more than they are already making on unemployment (and it's unfortunately all too true)... and a recession rapidly turning into a DEPRESSION... and these geniuses are recommending more of the same because it just wasn't ENOUGH the first time. Never mind that if they'd get the hell OUT of Thebenbernank plan, the stimulus, and all this other nonsense, we might HAVE jobs to get if we're willing. The country is in the hands of utter, utter fools.

Anniee, my friend, this is a point I have attempted to express on my 'Ferret-Faced Fascist Friends' blog repeatedly over the years:

You and I are almost always largely in agreement, and TOTALLY in agreement when it comes to economics. So, I am not disagreeing with your viewpoint at all, but merely your assessment of the intelligence of these "utter, utter fools".

No, Anniee, they are NOT fools. I've said it over and over again: one does not occupy an important position in Washington D.C. by being a fool. I'm sorry, you can be a liar (Bush Sr.), you can be an evildoer (Carter), you can be an ass (all of them!), a crook (Nixon), a warmonger (“W”), a sex addict (Clinton), a drug dealer (Clinton), a traitor (all of them!), and a foreign-born Marxist (USAP). But what you CAN'T be is an "utter, utter, fool". Not in the White House, not in the State Department, not anywhere in a prominent place on Capitol Hill. They don't let fools into the D.C. Club; they are much too careful with the power they have consolidated for themselves to risk it all on a loose cannon or a fool.

Believe it or not, Anniee, those people understand the laws of economics every bit as well as we do. Although we would like to think that they are not as intelligent as we are - when we see the senseless, seemingly stupid things they do - the truth of the matter is, they are no less intelligent than you and I are.

Here's the key that unravels ALL OF THE MYSTERIES about the seeming stupidity on Capitol Hill: Their goal is to literally wreck this nation entirely - but particularly economically. However, they wish to accomplish this destruction without allowing it to appear that it was done by design [i.e., to let our economy fall – but not to let it look as though they pushed it.] If you believe that they are wrecking us via economic stupidity, you are believing EXACTLY what they want you to believe about them.

In the tome I have sent you - 'THE CREATURE FROM JEKYLL ISLAND: A Second Look At The Federal Reserve' by G. Edward Griffin - you will encounter these quotes:


"...This disdain for the American work force is partly because of corporate pursuit of maximum profit above all else and partly because decision makers consider themselves to be internationalists, with no special interest in America except as a cash cow to be milked as regularly and thoroughly as possible.

"As will be illustrated in the following chapters of this book, some of these people, acting through organizations such as the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations), are consciously pursuing policies designed to lower the economic stature of America so it can be more comfortably merged into global government. Taxing money from American workers to build up the economies of foreign countries has done much to advance that goal." ...


"It has become the prime directive to weaken the United States both militarily and economically. And this directive has come from AMERICAN leaders, not those of other countries. CFR members sitting in the White House, the State Department, the Defense Department, and the Treasury are now working to finalize that part of the plan. ...

"The American economy is being deliberately exhausted through foreign giveaways and domestic boondoggles. The object is not to help those in need or to preserve the environment, but to BRING THE SYSTEM DOWN."

Anniee, that may be hard to believe, but what "utterly, utterly foolish" action do they take that won't eventually result in that very thing? Are they REALLY so stupid as to continue doing the things that reasonable people like us can clearly see will - by the very laws of economics - wreck the nation?

Until sufficient enough Americans are awakened to the fact that both major American political parties are conspiring to bring the American system down, there is truly NO HOPE FOR AMERICA.

As for me, I hope that the book I have sent to you will have a devastating effect on your political world-view, to the point that you too eventually become convinced of the facts that many of those making many of the most important decisions that most impact us are not "utter fools", nor do they have the average working American's interest at heart.

Totalitarian Global Government is the goal, and the vast amount of decisions emanating from Washington D.C. are stepping stones to that very Endgame.

~ Stephen T. McCarthy


‘The Creature From Jekyll Island: A Second Look At The Federal Reserve’ by G. Edward Griffin. [Please read my review of this book by clicking on the above link. It’s one of the best reviews I ever wrote for one of the best books I have ever read.]

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  1. The book you recommend here is the same one you recommended to me when I met you on I firmly believe it is the BEST political/economic book I have ever read.

    Br'er Marc

  2. BR'ER MARC ~
    Yep. "Economitical" books just don't get any better than "THE CREATURE FROM JEKYLL ISLAND".

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

  3. I don't know Stephen-I'm not sure all that readin' an' stuff ever did anyone any good.

    Gimme my "Peeple" magazine and my "Amerkian Idull" and I'll count on the HOPE and CHANGE.

    Sadly, "The Creature" looks formidable and may be intimidating to some, but I echo Marc-this is a good one and a MUST READ if you want to know what has gone wrong with America.


  4. -->...I'm not sure all that readin' an' stuff ever did anyone any good.

    Well, L.C., I think yer protly right. "Ignorance Is Bliss", and I myself was happier when I didn't know nuttin'.

    If there was some way to vacuum all this knowledge outta my headbone, I'd pay money to have the procedure done. Seriously! ["Make me a dumb blonde, Doc."]

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

  5. I understand why people find this reality so devastating. If they find out that it doesn't matter what political party is in power, it means that their vote doesn't matter. Our vote has always been our voice - our power - our ability to change things. This new picture offers up a different reality. It says that the Democrats and Republicans are both puppets being pulled by the International Bankers. They go along to get along. The ones that are less corrupt do the best that they can by the American people, BUT they still don't stop it. I suppose that even they (in their position of power) believe that they can't do anything. And that speaks volumes.

    If they, with the power that they have, feel like they are powerless, where does that leave you and me? In many ways, I admire Alex Jones for still leading the charge against the Bilderberg Group (et. al) and still believing that they can be stopped this late in the game. Hope is a powerful thing. Bless his heart.


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