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The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy’s High-Water Mark?
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“The great story here for anybody willing to find it, and write about it, and explain it, is this vast right-wing conspiracy….”— Hillary Clinton—January 27, 1998
“If you will not fight for right when you can easily win without blood shed; if you will not fight when your victory is sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival. There may even be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves.” —Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965)
A vast right-wing conspiracy? Puh-leeze. I don’t think so.
The liberal shibboleth of a “vast right-wing conspiracy” is such a patently self-serving lie, that it’s doubtful whether any but the most devoted kool-aid drinkers consider it worthy of being taken seriously.
Such a ploy is to be expected, though, because accusing their opponents of what they themselves are guilty of, is a favorite liberal tactic. The instances of its use run the gamut from union thugs, to the most elevated halls of power.
At the outset of this article, let me point out that, although Republican RINOs and many NWO globalists are purportedly conservatives, for all practical purposes they can be lumped with the Far Left, as the RINOs and NWO “conservatives” also promote a Collectivist vision of a global bureaucracy run by a global elite.
The left-wing conspiracy is so vast, and so pervasive, that one hardly knows where to begin, or end. I’ll just touch on a few of the more glaring examples. For a more in-depth look, you might want to use the online assistance of Discover the Networks, or Muckety. (Link) (Link)
Books can, and have been, written about the below topics, but for the purposes of this article, a brief glance will have to suffice.
Now that a number of Americans have awakened from the soporific siren-call of the mass media propaganda outlets, perhaps the best place to start enumerating some of the elements of the “vast left-wing conspiracy” is with the bloated Hypnotoad of mass media itself. (Link) (Link)
MASS MEDIA—TV NEWS:
Outside of Fox News, the major news outlets appear to believe that being “fair and balanced” means presenting BOTH radical Far Left, AND run-of-the-mill liberal viewpoints—true conservative viewpoints are considered to be beyond the pale.
As Byron York points out in his book “The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy,” the left-wing is largely comprised of a series of closed loops (with George Soros being “a one-man closed loop”), resulting in their having a rather parochial and limited world-view.
In York’s words: “In effect, a number of the groups in the Vast Left Wing Conspiracy were closed loops: circles of like-minded people who appealed almost exclusively to other like-minded people, but who at the same time exhorted one another into thinking that their appeal stretched far beyond the circle.”
The “closed loop” of the liberal news media has convinced itself that it is speaking for (and to) a much larger audience than it is. They seem to be oblivious to the fact that they have devolved into nothing more than a leftist cheering squad—or if they are aware of it, they don’t care. (Link)
Because Fox News holds to the traditional journalistic stance of trying to present both sides of an issue (in their news programs), they are equally dissed by both the Far Left, and Far Right, as being either a conservative shill, or a left-wing “wolf in sheep’s clothing.” Which suggests that they’re doing something right, (even though I personally consider much of their coverage to be frustratingly, annoyingly, liberal). (Link)
It is now common knowledge that the state of America’s news media is deplorable, and that it has obviously moved from having “a liberal bias,” to being a full-fledged propaganda outlet for the left. To say that freedom of speech in America is in grave danger is an understatement. There are way too many people who would be all too happy to shut down any opinion that differs from the approved leftist party line. (Link)
It’s also worth noting that the sources for much of the news—the “wire services”—are themselves heavily slanted to the left. Their bias may not show up in what they write, but it is certainly evident in what they choose as being newsworthy, or not. Some of the major players are UPI (United Press International), AP (Associated Press), and Reuters. (Link) (Link)
This category includes Hollywood and Independent films, TV channels, music, theater, “the arts,” radio programs, and many magazines (including several that straddle the line between news and entertainment—i.e. “infotainment”).
The leftist slant of the entertainment industry is so well known and reported on, that I’ll suffice it to say that it is heartening to see the speed with which many patriotic Americans have awoken, once they became hip to the leftist propagandistic tilt to most of their “entertainment” venues. (Link)
I only include this because of the Christine O’Donnell brouhaha. Given the wisdom of the old saw “people in glass houses shouldn’t throw rocks,” you would think that liberals would shy away from mentioning O’Donnell’s youthful dalliance with witchcraft (which was on a par with using a Ouija board). (Link)
By bringing attention to witchcraft, they might just be opening the Pandora’s Box of the leftist fascination with the occult. Seeing as how any list of Far Left tyrants and icons reads like a who’s-who of narcissistic atheists, it is no surprise that the left-wing is permeated by adherents of the occult. (Yes, the right-wing has its adherents as well, but to much less an extent than the left). (Link)
This is a topic that needs an objective, truthful, investigative report written about it. (For my money, Colin Wilson’s benchmark book, “The Occult” [first published in 1971], is still the best effort to approach the subject. (Link)
Regarding occultism, as opposed to spirituality, Wilson observes that “Hindu ascetics insist that any advanced yogi can produce phenomena, and that they are a waste of time, a red herring across the path of spiritual advancement. ...Again we feel strongly that interest in occultism often involves a certain immaturity.” I concur, but that’s not to say that occult practices cannot be exceedingly dangerous to one’s psyche. (Link)
I would dare say that the vast majority of atheists (and liberals) are not interested in the occult, but there is most certainly an active subset that sees the occult as a way to strengthen their personal influence and power. (It was not by mistake, or on a lark, that Saul Alinsky dedicated his book “Rules For Radicals” to Lucifer). (Link)
G.K. Chesterton, prior to his conversion to conservatism, fell in with some friends who delved into the occult during his time in college. He later wrote of his experiences, ” I am not proud of believing in the Devil. To put it more correctly, I am not proud of knowing the Devil. I made his acquaintance by my own fault; and followed it up along lines which, had they been followed further, might have led me to devil-worship or the devil knows what.”
There are so many places where one could begin researching this subject, that just about anywhere you look can serve as a starting point. Off the top of my head, you might start with William Lyon Mackenzie King (1874-1950), who served (off and on) as the (Liberal) Prime Minister of Canada for around twenty-two years during the last century.
It might at first seem odd to find religion mentioned in this list, but the Far Left leaves no stone unturned, and what they can’t destroy openly and through face-to-face confrontation, they attempt to destroy by sabotage and inside manipulation. Christianity has been under unremitting attack by the Far Left, since at least as far back as the French Revolution.
(I found it amusing/irritating/infuriating that when the Hutaree militia group was in the news, stories about them seemed to invariably begin with “RIGHT WING CHRISTIAN MILITIA GROUP….” This was in stark contrast to any stories about Islamic Muslim terrorist attacks, which scrupulously avoided any mention of “Islam,” Muslim,” “terrorist,” or “attack”). (Link)
Some of the most dangerous threats to Christianity come from diluted, camouflaged, Marxist perversions of Christianity, such as Liberation Theology, Black Liberation Theology, “collective salvation,” and “social justice.” (Link) (Link)
I agree with Dinesh D’Souza, who writes, “This is not the time for Christians to turn the other cheek. Rather it is time to drive the money changers from the Temple.” (As he brilliantly does in such books as “What’s So Great About Christianity,” and “Life After Death”). (Link) (Link)
This is such a profound, and profoundly important subject, that I’ll have to make do with a promise to return to the topic in the future, with a full length article.
As the AGW (man-made [Anthropogenic] Global Warming) hoax has made clear, it is not just the humanities and liberal arts, but also the soft sciences (psychology, anthropology, etc.), as well as the hard sciences (chemistry, math, etc.) that have been used as fronts, or covers, for promoting left-wing ideology. (Link)
To give one example, Dr. Alfred Kinsey (of “Kinsey Report” fame), to name one white-coated icon, was a twisted homosexual sadomasochistic child molester, who in any sane world would have been put behind bars, rather than given honors and awards.
Among his many peccadilloes, Kinsey enjoyed jamming a toothbrush up his penis (bristle-end first), and promoted pedophilia and bestiality. Oh yeah, just the guy you want lecturing America about sexuality and sexual mores. (To any liberals reading this—that last bit was sarcasm). (Link) (Link)
Margaret Sanger (founder of Planned Parenthood) is another well known example of someone who used science, (in her case, racist Progressive eugenics), to promote a warped mental pathology, and leftist viewpoint. There are, unfortunately, many other examples besides the two I’ve mentioned. (Link)MargaretSanger.htm”>(Link)
President Calvin Coolidge once said that “the business of America is business.” Not anymore it isn’t. Nowadays it’s more like “the business of America is government,” and seeing as how the leftist leitmotif is BIG government, a large bureaucratic government is ipso facto, leftist. (Link)
Something is very wrong with an America whose “public servants” earn a salary that is, on average, twice as much as that of the private citizens they purportedly serve. (Link)
So who’s watching the henhouse? The DHS (Dept. of Homeland Security) leadership is palpably leftist at present, but what about the other watchdog agencies, such as the FBI, CIA, ATF, Treasury Dept. etc.? The Pentagon? All of these agencies are part of the government bureaucracy. Which means that the individuals in them have a vested interest in the federal government (as opposed to the American republic). (Link)
Even ostensibly conservative federal employees are susceptible to lethargy and myopia. The more time they’ve spent sucking on the government teat, and the higher their pay grade, (and greater their pension), the less inclined to “rock the boat” they become. I believe that most of the members of these various agencies are hardworking patriots—I’m just saying that aside from the problem of Progressives in our government, there’s an inherent problem with a large federal government, in and of itself. (Link)
In his book “Tenured Radicals” Roger Kimball wrote in 1990 that “simply describing what goes on in the academy today often produces blank incredulity in those not acquainted with its workings. ...I regret to report that the situation is far worse than they are ever likely to have imagined.” (Link)
Indeed, and things have only become worse in the twenty years since Kimball penned those words. (Link)
This is such an important subject that I won’t pretend to do it justice here, but will merely mention the grossly disproportionate number of liberal teachers in our educational system. The liberal to conservative ratio in our colleges and universities is essentially the exact opposite of the conservative/liberal demographics of America. (Link)
This did not happen by accident, of course, and has resulted in our professions being stocked with individuals indoctrinated with leftist ideology. (Link)
Connected to our schools, and also something that didn’t happen by accident, is the largely liberal makeup of our legal profession. The Cloward/Piven style constant “lawfare” conducted by radical legal eagles has severely diluted, drained, and damaged, America’s status as a republic under rule of law. (Link)
In addition, “legislating from the bench” has all too often bypassed the will of “we the people”—perhaps most famously (infamously) when five SCOTUS judges foisted the Progressive’s eugenic magic-bullet of abortion on America, via Roe v. Wade. (Link)
With the recent decision by activist judge Virginia Phillips to declare “don’t ask, don’t tell” (DADT) unconstitutional, it is worth noting that DADT, (the law passed by Congress in 1993, and coyly named “don’t ask don’t tell” by the news media), is not about not asking, or telling, it is rather a law “mandating the discharge of openly gay, lesbian, or bisexual service members.” (Link) (Link)
UNIONS: SEIU, AFL-CIO, NEA….
With all of the unions, the problem is not really their membership, so much as their leadership. They are mostly headed by leftist thugs (male and female versions), who have strong-armed individuals, businesses, and government entities into lame-brained economic agreements. These lopsided and destructive policies have often resulted in financial damage, and even collapse, of the entities that the unions have coerced. (See GM’s past labor/management history for a quick lesson, or check out the trouble Governor Christie’s having with the teacher’s union in New Jersey). (Link) (Link) (Link) (Link)
NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations):
There are many Far Left/Progressive NGOs. They include George Soros’ Open Society Institute, the Club of Rome (and Club of Budapest, Club of Madrid, American Club of Rome, etc.), the IMF, the CFR, the Federal Reserve, the Trilateral Commission…the list goes on, and on. Also, you can add a number of purportedly “conservative” NGOs and think-tanks to the list of Progressive fronts. (Link) (Link) (Link)
FOUNDATIONS, INSTITUTES, TRUSTS, & THINK-TANKS:
Although the Far Left is notoriously bad at fiscal matters (e.g. see the current state of the economy), by God they are second to none when it comes to sucking up other people’s money. They are social parasites of the first order, and don’t take a backseat to anyone when it comes to filching funds. (Link)
One of their favorite ploys is to ensconce themselves on the board of various foundations, trusts, et al,. and pay themselves handsomely while funneling money to their favorite liberal and/or radical enterprises. Win/win baby.
Some of the better known of these multitudinous organizations are: The Tides Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Apollo Alliance, Center for American Progress, the Joyce Foundation, the Aspen Institute, the Poynter Institute, the Annenberg Foundation, the Ford Foundation…. Once again, the list is much too long to enumerate, let alone delve into. (Link) (Link) (Link)
TAXPAYER-FUNDED PROGRESSIVE FRONTS:
Does the name ACORN ring a bell? Well, ACORN is hardly alone in ripping off “we the people” to line their own pockets, and fund activities that are designed to destroy America’s middle class. And “we the people” pay for it! (Link) (Link) (Link)
What do Google, Microsoft, Apple, and several other computer giants all have in common? I mean besides being huge companies focused on computers and the Internet. That’s right! They all have a Far Left bias. So do most other large national and international businesses, who just love being in bed with big government. (Link) (Link)
Of particular concern is the ownership of all of America’s TV “news” outlets by mega-corporations. (Link)
The collusion of big business with big government is one of the tell-tale signs of fascism, which is Far Left collectivism, which is diametrically opposed to the US Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and America’s founding principles. (Link)
BANKS & WALL STREET:
Republicans or Democrats; it doesn’t matter who’s in power, they both dance to the tune that Wall Street and the banks play. The rampant corruption and greed of America’s politician’s is a running joke, but it isn’t funny anymore—if it ever was. By the way, contrary to “common wisdom,” Wall Street is more in bed with the Democrats, than with the Republicans—or to simplify things, you could just say that Wall Street is in bed with the Progressives. (Link) (Link) (Link)
The UN and Agenda 21, The EU and EC, the Fabian Society, Soros’ OSI, Andy Stern in India, Maurice Strong in China, Bilderberg Group get-togethers around the world, and on, and on, and on. “Think globally, act locally”—you betcha. (Link) (Link)
Well, although that’s hardly an exhaustive list, it ought to give you some idea of the extensive nature of “the vast left-wing conspiracy.” What do you think about the “state of the union?” (And I didn’t even touch on the rampant greed, graft, bribery, and corruption, that is endemic throughout the American political system).
As might be evident by the above list, the Far Left most often works its mischief behind the curtains, in the shadows, and as far from the light of truth as possible. This is because “we the people” instinctively reject the Far Left’s utopian premises as being immature, illogical, and ultimately fatal.
These untruths cannot flourish outside of the shadows. They are opposed to life and God, and always wither away and vanish into their native nothingness when the light of truth is shone upon them. Darkness is a lack, a loss, a limitation—it is an absence that can only exist where the “light” is not.
Even if you don’t believe that you will have to answer in an afterlife for what you did in this life, or don’t have the common decency to want to save future generations of Americans from debt, destitution, and dhimmitude, then you might at least want to save your own sorry butt, and vote to start dismantling the “Hype and Chains” regime.
God willing, a new day is dawning, but it won’t happen if we don’t do the footwork. To say that “we the people” have our work cut out for us, is to grossly understate the obvious. The stakes in this November election could not be higher. (Link)
Whether this is the vast left-wing conspiracy’s high-water mark, or the end of America as a free republic, is up to “we the people.” Make your vote count. (Link)