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None Dare Call It Treason – John Stormer
Stormer’s main book, None Dare Call It Treason, argued that America was losing the cold war because it was being betrayed by its elites, who were pro-communist. The title of the book is derived from an epigram of Sir John Harington: “Treason doth never prosper. What’s the reason? Why if it prosper, none dare call it treason.” It was published in 1964, during Barry Goldwater‘s bid for the presidency, and sold over one million copies in the first six months. It was distributed in bulk quantities and during the campaign six million copies were circulated. It was immensely influential with the harder line sections of the American Right and has been described as a cult classic of the New Right. Because it was published by a private imprint, however, it never appeared on best-seller lists.
In 1990, Stormer published None Dare Call It Treason… 25 Years Later, which contained the original book expanded with an equally-long update. In 1989, he also wrote that perestroika and glasnost were merely Soviet propaganda tools, drawing on KGB-defector Anatoliy Golitsyn‘s New Lies for Old. In 1984, Golytsin predicted that some degree of retreat from hardline communism would be used by the Soviets as a way to fool the West.
His most recent book, None Dare Call It Education, was an account of how education reforms are undermining academics and traditional values. Written from the point of view of Republican politics and evangelicalism, it claimed, with the help of statistics, a failure of American public schools to perform their stated mission.
Another book, Growing Up God’s Way, a guide for getting children ready for school and life from birth on, published in 1984, is now in its 10th printing. Spanish and Russian versions have been issued. His latest book, Betrayed by the Bench, detailed how judicial decisions have transformed the US Constitution, courts, and culture.
Full text of None Dare Call It Treason – John Stormer
Have We Gone Crazy ? As long as capitalism and socialism exist we can- not live in peace; in the end, one or the other will triumph — a funeral dirge will be sung over either the Soviet Republics or over world cap- italism. — V. I. Lenin 1 THE COLD WAR is real war. It has already claimed more lives, enslaved more people, and cost more money than any “hot” war in history. Yet, most Americans refuse to admit that we are at war. That is why we are rapidly losing — why America has yet to win its first real victory in 18 years of “cold” war. Within the framework of the “cold” war there have been “hot” wars in China, Malaya, Indonesia, Algeria, the Congo, Cuba, Iraq, the Gaza Strip, Hungary, Korea, Angola, Burma, Tibet, and Egypt. In 1963, there was fighting in Laos, Viet Nam, and on the Indian-Chinese border, renewed skirmishing along the 38th parallel in Korea, and terrorist activity in Africa. The forces of freedom have lost or will lose them all. There has been no “big” war because the communists are winning without one. In 1945, the communists held 160-million Russians in slavery. They controlled a land area smaller than the Russia of the Czars. Soviet industry had been largely destroyed by the Nazi war machine. Communism was a third rate power, militarily, industrially, and economically. Today, after the United States has spent $600-billion to fight communism and sacrificed the lives of 50,000 of its youth to thwart Red aggression, the Kremlin has grown to become the absolute slavemasters of one-billion human beings. The communists openly control 25% of the earth’s land mass. Their puppet, Fi^lel Castro, has been installed in Cuba, just 90 miles from our shores. The hidden tentacles of the communist conspiracy exert unmeasured influence over the rest of the world. Where have we failed?
CIA Letter Regarding None Dare Call It Treason
Albert Pike – Mystery 200-year-old letter revealed World War 3 plans – and final battle against Islam
Albert Pike, who was a captain for the US army during the American Civil War, is alleged to have penned a doctrine to an Italian politician outlining plans for three global conflicts to bring a one world government.
It plots how and why the first and second world wars raged in the early 1900s – and provides a chilling prophecy over a third and final battle.
The letter features heavily in the book Satan, Prince of this World, by former naval officer William Guy Carr.
Who is William Guy Carr?
Pawns in the Game – William Guy Carr.
The international conspiracy explained. The best single work available on the evil conspiracy that has been responsible for the devastating wars and continuing conflicts of the past century. They are now close to its ultimate goal of total world domination through a dictatorial one world government. William Guy Carr, a noted author who had a distinguished career as a Canadian naval officer, including outstanding service during World War II, in this work of shocking revelations, shows how the conspiracy of atheistic-materialistic men have manipulated world events to secure ultimate control of the wealth, natural resources and man-power of the entire world.
This satanic conspiracy, Carr goes on to show, strives to abolish Christianity and all religions, dismantle all ordered national governments, weaken patriotism, and destroy traditional family life. Pawns in the Game traces the history of the great conspiracy and the World Revolutionary Movement, showing the roles of the Illuminati, the Freemasons, the Communists, and the United Nations. This book shows the conspiracy as part in the American Revolution, the French Revolution, the Communist takeover of Russia, and World War II.
In carrying out their long-range plan, Carr shows how the conspirators have come ever closer to reaching their goal through infiltration of key centers of power and influence, by gaining control of central banks, the world money supply, and manipulate the media. In this important rousing book, the author sounds the alarm to awaken Christians and patriots to the grave danger of World War Three and an oppressive New World Order.
He presents practical measures to expose, counter and ultimately defeat the forces of evil. Bonus materials in this edition are formerly classified FBI documents. William Guy Carr had an FBI file and was under investigation.
William Guy Carr – Pawns In The Game – FULL SPEECH
The full lecture speech by William Guy Carr, performed live in Chicago in 1958. Bonus material in the book are recently unclassified FBI files on William Guy Carr.
Fire In The Minds Of Men – James Billington
This book traces the origins of a faith–perhaps the faith of the century. Modern revolutionaries are believers, no less committed and intense than were Christians or Muslims of an earlier era. What is new is the belief that a perfect secular order will emerge from forcible overthrow of traditional authority. This inherently implausible idea energized Europe in the nineteenth century, and became the most pronounced ideological export of the West to the rest of the world in the twentieth century. Billington is interested in revolutionaries–the innovative creators of a new tradition. His historical frame extends from the waning of the French Revolution in the late eighteenth century to the beginnings of the Russian Revolution in the early twentieth century.
The theater was Europe of the industrial era; the main stage was the journalistic offices within great cities such as Paris, Berlin, London, and St. Petersburg. Billington claims with considerable evidence that revolutionary ideologies were shaped as much by the occultism and proto-romanticism of Germany as the critical rationalism of the French Enlightenment. The conversion of social theory to political practice was essentially the work of three Russian revolutions: in 1905, March 1917, and November 1917. Events in the outer rim of the European world brought discussions about revolution out of the school rooms and press rooms of Paris and Berlin into the halls of power.
Despite his hard realism about the adverse practical consequences of revolutionary dogma, Billington appreciates the identity of its best sponsors, people who preached social justice transcending traditional national, ethnic, and gender boundaries. When this book originally appeared The New Republic hailed it as “remarkable, learned and lively,” while The New Yorker noted that Billington “pays great attention to the lives and emotions of individuals and this makes his book absorbing.” It is an invaluable work of history and contribution to our understanding of political life.