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Enemies on the Left, False Friends on the Right – Part 18

Truth is a terrible cross to bear. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered. —Thomas Paine

Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; Who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! —Isaiah 5:20

Let’s take a look at a few of the top rightwing movers and shakers who were close to Sun Myung Moon for various reasons. To give you an overview of some of those in Moon’s repertoire, you might want to listen to this 1997 interview with Chey Simonton who had researched the Moonie cult and their connections to the Christian right. Here is the transcript of that interview.

Jerry Falwell and Liberty University

Many years ago I wrote to a preacher friend of mine in Texas who thought the world of CNP charter member, Jerry Falwell. I told him Falwell had received mega funds from Moon, and this was a common occurrence for Council for National Policy members. He wrote to Falwell, and asked him if this was true. Falwell wrote him back and denied it. However, the truth won out and the funds were documented by diligent researchers.

Later, Jerry Falwell readily admitted that he had accepted 3.5 million dollars from Moon in 1994, in order to bail out his Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. This was funneled through a Moon organization known as the Women’s Federation for World Peace which had been chaired by Beverly LaHaye, wife of Timothy LaHaye, who is one of the founders of the Council for National Policy (see part 4). Beverly LaHaye is the founder of Concerned Women for America, whose chief financial officer is none other than her son, Lee LaHaye, an openly gay man. How interesting since CWA’s mission statement is adamantly against homosexuality.

The Women’s Federation for World Peace paid 3.5 million to the Christian Heritage Foundation (CHF), a nonprofit group which in turn bought Falwell’s $73 million debt, and then wrote it off. A research driven reporter had used an IRS tax form to track the donation’s source. [Link] The CHF then seems to have paid themselves a fee of one million dollars for their trouble. Where they got the money for that is anyone’s guess.

Falwell subsequently spoke at many of Moons’ functions, embracing the cult-leader with unabashed reverence and friendship. Even writings from Moons’ Church confirm Falwell’s comradeship with ‘the new messiah’ and his cult. Moon had even been a guest speaker in mainline denominational Churches. Falwell further praised Rev. Moon calling him, “An unsung hero to the cause of freedom, who is to be commended for his determination and courage and endurance in support of his beliefs.”

According to official court records of a lawsuit that was filed in Bedford County Circuit Court (West Virginia), it was alleged that Falwell and an associate flew to South Korea, January 9, 1994 to meet with Unification Church officials. This trip came shortly before Falwell was awarded the Moon money. Falwell stated openly, “If the American Atheists Society or Saddam Hussein himself ever sent an unrestricted gift to any of my ministries, be assured I will operate on Billy Sunday’s philosophy: The Devil’s had it long enough, and quickly cash the check.”

Personally, I don’t believe God needs one penny of satan’s monies to accomplish anything.

Dave Hunt of Berean Call stated the following in the Calvary Contender:

“Equally unthinkable was Jerry Falwell’s participation as a speaker at a conference last December in Uruguay, sponsored by Sun Myung Moon’s Inter Religious Foundation for World Peace and Washington Times Foundation, titled, “Christian Ecumenism in the Americas: Toward One Christian Family Under God.” (This is one world religion folks)

According to Moon’s Unification News, speakers, in addition to Moon and Falwell, included William Cenker (Chair of the Dept. of Religious Studies at Catholic University of America), Dr. Nilson Fanini (president of the Baptist World Alliance), and Michael Cromartie. In his speech, Falwell said, “It is my observation and personal conviction that conferences and seminars like this one can be very beneficial for building bridges of communication.”

Richard Viguerie, Direct Mail Wizard

When CNP charter member, Richard Viguerie fell on hard times in the late 1980s, Moon directed more business his way. The Washington Times hired the New Right’s direct-mail whiz to conduct a pricey direct-mail subscription drive. The business boosted Viguerie’s profit margin.

Another element of Moon’s strategy is to approach a conservative leader when he’s financially down, and this is what he did with Viguerie. Moon quietly infuses money and gains the leader’s gratitude.

In 1986, Viguerie was rescued from near bankruptcy with an account for distribution of the Unification Church-owned Insight magazine. Bo Hi Pak, a former Korean military-intelligence officer and Moon’s top U.S. operative, paid $10.06 million for Viguerie’s office building. Also, in 1987, Viguerie became Secretary, strategist and fund-raising genius of the newly created Moon-controlled and funded American Freedom Coalition (AFC), an alliance of political conservatives and conservative religious groups and individuals. In this position, Viguerie mailed millions of letters appealing for funds to lobby aid to the Contras and promote CNP member, Oliver North’s testimony before Congress. [Orange County Register, Dec. 21, 1987 / Washington Post, Oct. 15, 1989]

With Moon’s timely intervention, Viguerie survived financially and remains an important fixture in conservative political campaigns to this day. When Iran-contra figure Oliver North ran for the U.S. Senate in Virginia in 1994, his principal direct-mail contractor was Viguerie’s company, according to Federal Election Commission records.

Viguerie was the Executive secretary of Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) from 1961-64 when he started his own direct mail fundraising company, RAVCO, now Viguerie Communications, using the YAF and Goldwater mailing lists. The founding statement of YAF was adopted in a meeting at the home of neo-con Trotskyite, William F. Buckley, CFR/CIA/Skull and Bonesman. [Link]

In the 1970s, Viguerie did the direct-mail fundraising for Paul Weyrich’s Committee for the Survival of a Free Congress, now the Free Congress Foundation. Viguerie was a candidate in 1976 for the presidential nomination of the neo-fascist, “Klan-infested” American Independent Party (AIP) of George Wallace. In 1975, he created The Conservative Caucus (TCC) with CNP charter member and Dominionist Howard Phillips.

Ron Godwin

Let’s look at Ron Godwin and his close ties to Jerry Falwell and Sun Myung Moon. Godwin is someone most people haven’t heard of, but who has wielded a great deal of power within the rightwing camp as a “musketeer” for Moon. He isn’t particularly flashy or famous, and seems to have sailed under the radar of many conservatives.

On Jan. 28, 1995, a beaming Rev. Jerry Falwell told his Old Time Gospel Hour congregation some news that seemed heaven sent. The televangelist hailed two Virginia businessmen as financial saviors of debt-ridden Liberty University. They were Daniel Reber and Jimmy Thomas. Their non-profit Christian Heritage Foundation of Forest, Va., snapped up a big chunk of Liberty’s debt for $2.5 million, a fraction of its face value. Thousands of small religious investors who had bought church construction bonds through a Texas company were the big losers. Left unmentioned by Rev. Falwell was the fact that it was Moon who helped bail out Liberty University through one of his front groups which funneled $3.5 million to the Reber-Thomas Christian Heritage Foundation, the non-profit that had purchased the school’s debt.

According to Bob Parry’s research in Consortiumnews.com, the full public record strongly suggests that Falwell solicited Moon’s help in bailing out Liberty University. In a lawsuit on file in the Circuit Court of Bedford County — a community in southwestern Virginia — two of Reber’s former business associates alleged that Reber and Falwell flew to South Korea on Jan. 9, 1994, on a seven-day “secret trip” to meet “with representatives of the Unification Church.” The court document states that Reber and Falwell were accompanied to South Korea by Ronald S. Godwin, who had been executive director of Falwell’s Moral Majority before signing on as vice president of Moon’s Washington Times.

According to Bedford County court records, Reber, Falwell and Godwin also had discussions at Liberty University in 1993 with Dong Moon Joo, one of Moon’s right-hand men and president of The Washington Times.

Ronald Godwin, formerly the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, was the chief academic officer for Liberty university. As of Saturday, April 12, 2014, Liberty University released an additional statement announcing a reduced role at the school for Dr. Ron Godwin. This has so far been covered by the Lynchburg News & Advance, the Roanoke Times, the Richmond Times Dispatch, Charisma News, WVVA TV in Bluefield, WV, and even briefly in the local section of the Washington Post.

Liberty University had scaled back the responsibilities overseen by Provost Ron Godwin following a video in which he appeared to endorse a partnership between the university and Texas-based faith healer, Benny Hinn. Godwin, 76, will no longer serve as the university’s vice president for academic affairs, though he will continue as provost.

According to Matthew Grant McDaniel’s website, Dr. Godwin, and perhaps other Liberty administration, had prior knowledge of this arrangement with Benny Hinn since at least 2009, and it has been inappropriately kept confidential for the past five years. This is documented in Dr. Godwin’s ‘Provost’s Statement’ from April 4, where he makes clear that Mr. Reber (of Reber-Thomas Christian Heritage Foundation mentioned above) informed him “he had been authorized since 2009 by Liberty University (his words) to sell Liberty University Institute of Biblical Studies courses via Benny Hinn Ministries.” This, by the way, actually contradicts Liberty’s first statement that “Liberty transferred the operations of Liberty Home Bible Institute…to Mr. Dan Reber in 2011.”

For more on this story, see Liberty University’s Provost was a Senior Moonie Apostle and Collaborator by James Duncan on the website, Pajama Pages.

Obviously, Jerry Falwell had no problem associating with and accepting funds from Sun Myung Moon. He also had no problem hiring one of Moon’s major promoters and musketeers, Ron Godwin. And apparently Ron Godwin has no problem selling Liberty University Biblical Studies Courses via a very questionable ministry like Benny Hinn’s. Money certainly makes for strange bedfellows who claim to be Christian conservatives, yet find no problem consorting with cultists and apostates.

In the last few parts of this series, we’ll take a look at a few of the movers and shakers in the Council for National Policy.

Enemies on the Left, False Friends on the Right – Part 16

They that forsake the law praise the wicked: but such as keep the law contend with them.  Proverbs 28:4  Evil men understand not judgment: but they that seek the Lord understand all things. Proverbs 28:5 

“The people who will not be ruled by God, will be ruled by tyrants.” – William Penn 

“If ever a time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin.” Samuel Adams, 1776

Sun Myung Moon, Charlatan and Occultist

Robert Parry of Consortiumnews.com has done the finest research on Moon, his affiliations, and his monetary buying of the right. Much of the following information is from Bob Parry’s superb research. I have most of Bob Parry’s books in my library; his numerous books are available on Amazon.

Most Americans knew Moon was a charlatan and a lunatic similar to L. Ron Hubbard of Scientology fame. Moon has made his fortune on the brainwashed and propagandized followers who sold flowers on street corners and gave all their funds to Moon. He was a narcissistic megalomaniac.

In April 2002, Moon received the latest in a long series of earth shattering religious visions, this one being especially noteworthy. In it, Moon learned that he had been selected as “the Savior, Messiah and King of Kings of all of humanity” by God. On the selection committee: Jesus Christ, Mohammed, and Buddha (in addition to several others, including the godless Communists, Marx and Stalin, for some mysterious reason).

This is how Moon described it in his full-page newspaper ad, which ran in papers all across the U.S. (including the Los Angeles Times). It was a $720,000 print run, but it was worth every penny. Finally, middle America would get the word and rally behind their messiah, except they didn’t. And thank God they didn’t.

Moon’s Perverted Sermons

Here’s what Moon said in a 1990 sermon, addressing himself in third person as “father,”

“Jesus never achieved a thousandth of what Father has done. In his two years and eight months of public ministry, [Jesus] didn’t even establish the national foundation. Now, Father has established a foundation of worldwide power that is unprecedented in history.”

Moon claimed he would succeed where Jesus failed, but of course this didn’t go over well with the Bible believing public.


In an April, 2001, appearance at a Methodist church in Las Vegas, it was just another typical sermon by Reverend Moon. There were about 600 people in the congregation when the sermon began. But for some reason, people kept walking out, well before he got on a roll about schlongs:

“The head of the love organ is shaped exactly like a poisonous rattlesnake. And just like a rattlesnake, it’s always looking for a hole.”

He went on to explain that 70% of all divorces result from the wife’s inappropriate feelings of entitlement toward her husband’s genitals. As Moon explained it, a man’s “love organ” can only serve its master, and the spouse just needs to get used to it. He told the audience that these women, along with childless couples and homosexuals, are destroying the fabric of society. Of course people left in droves and this was not the first time.

“The Bible refers to the origin of free sex by using the image of a snake. Woman’s sexual organ is like the open mouth of a snake filled with poison. Man’s sexual organ is like the head of a snake. If you think of fallen love action in these terms you feel disgusted and so you should. It is poison to humanity.”

In November of 2001, he was in Buenos Aires to celebrate the launch of his newest Spanish-language newspaper. At the ceremony (attended by guest speaker and former President George H.W. Bush for a reported fee of $100,000), Moon passed along this revolutionary insight:

“You use the bathroom each morning. When you defecate, do you wear a gas mask? This is not a laughing matter but a serious one. If you are near someone else defecating, you will quickly move a good distance away. But when you smell your own feces, you do not even notice it. This is because that fecal matter is one with your body. Therefore, you do not feel that it is dirty.

“When you were young, did you ever taste the dried mucus from your nose? Does it taste sweet or salty? It’s salty, right? Since you can answer, you must have tasted it! Why did you not feel that it was dirty? It is because it was part of your body.

“Reverend Moon has figured out something that no one in the world knew.”

Why would anybody (who isn’t brainwashed or getting paid) sit through an entire speech by this nutcase? Since 1954, Moon has made no secret of his apostate and heretical theology:

  1. Eve bumped uglies with Satan and thereby consigned humanity to the Kingdom of Hell.
  2. Jesus ruined his chance to purify mankind when he neglected to get married and father children.
  3. Sun Myung Moon is succeeding where Jesus failed.
  4. Worshipping Moon is now mankind’s last chance for redemption.

Washington DC Convention


In July/August of 1996, the Rev. Sun Myung Moon hosted a convention in Washington, D.C., which was also attended by several prominent evangelical leaders. The full text of Rev. Moon’s speech of August 1, 1996, titled “In Search of the Origin of the Universe,” which is replete with phallic references, is available on the Unification Home Page.

“Sun Myung Moon’s front organizations (Family Federation for World Peace, Women’s Federation for World Peace, Summit Council for World Peace, etc.) allegedly promote ‘morals and family values.’ It is amazing to see who will join this self-professed ‘Messiah’ in working for these ‘religiously correct’ goals. Moon hosted (7/31-8/2/96) this convention in Washington, D.C. The highly paid speakers (reportedly $80-150,000 each) included former presidents Ford and Bush, Robert Schuller, CNP member, Ralph Reed (who was an adherent to Moon and in his book, Politically Incorrect, gave glowing reports about Robert Grant and American Freedom Coalition), CNP member, Gary Bauer (president of Family Research Council, ‘the lobbying/research arm of Focus on the Family’) and CNP member, Beverly LaHaye of Concerned Women of America. Entertainment was by CNP member, Pat Boone and family.

Here is a list of many Moon/Unification Church front groups organized by state.

Moon’s Chosen Tactic 


Moon’s chosen tactic, which has been highly effective, is to purchase his legitimacy outright. In addition to the Washington Times, Moon owns United Press International (UPI since 2000). Every operating year, the Times loses tens of millions of dollars, but profitability has never been a priority. Its intended purpose was made clear when, during Watergate, the paper ran an endless stream of pro-Nixon editorials urging the American people to forgive and forget.

Since then, Moon had made substantial inroads to the Republican party by parlaying access to his media outlets and exorbitant cash contributions. For instance, it was $100,000 of Moon’s money that initially kicked off the Nicaraguan Freedom Fund (NFF), a nonprofit organization conceived by CNP member, Oliver North and headed by a group of conservatives including NRA president, Charlton Heston. The NFF’s mission in life was to raise private donations for the Contras, in the eventuality that Congress cut off funding.

President George H.W. Bush and Moon


One well-placed former leader of Moon’s Unification Church told Robert Parry of Consortium News that the total monies earmarked for former President Bush was $10 million. George Bush Sr. has declined to say how much Moon’s organization actually paid him for speeches and other services in Asia, the United States and South America. At one Moon-sponsored speech in Argentina in 1996, Bush declared, “I want to salute Reverend Moon,” whom Bush praised as “the man with the vision.”  President Bush and his wife, Barbara even helped celebrate Mrs. Moon’s birthday.

Moon says that mankind fell from grace because Eve had sex with Satan, Christ failed in His mission and Moon is the true Messiah. While evangelical speakers were careful not to offend their high-paying host with the true gospel, Moon and his wife, Hak Ja Han, boldly proclaimed their gospel. What a denial of Christ for Pat Boone to entertain, and evangelical leaders to speak, on the same platform where the host declared that he is perfecting the work ‘left uncompleted by Jesus!'” [Dave Hunt, The Berean Call, Sept.,1996]

Bush made these speeches at a time when Moon was expressing intensely anti-American views. In his own speeches, Moon termed the United States “Satan’s harvest” and claimed that American women descended from a “line of prostitutes.”

George H.W. Bush’s loss of the White House did not end his relationship with Moon’s organization. Out of office, Bush agreed to give paid speeches to Moon-supported groups in the United States, Asia and South America. In some cases, Barbara Bush joined in the events. During this period, Moon grew increasingly hateful about the United States and many of its ideals.

In a speech to his followers on Aug. 4, 1996, Moon vowed to liquidate American individuality, declaring that his movement would “swallow entire America.” Moon said Americans who insisted on “their privacy and extreme individualism will be digested.”

Nevertheless, former President Bush continued to work for Moon’s organization. In November 1996, the former U.S. President spoke at a dinner in Buenos Aires, Argentina, launching Moon’s South American newspaper, Tiempos del Mundo. “I want to salute Reverend Moon,” Bush declared, according to a transcript of the speech published in The Unification News, an internal church newsletter.

“A lot of my friends in South America don’t know about The Washington Times, but it is an independent voice,” Bush said. “The editors of The Washington Times tell me that never once has the man with the vision interfered with the running of the paper, a paper that in my view brings sanity to Washington, D.C.”

Contrary to Bush’s claim, a number of senior editors and correspondents have resigned in protest of editorial interference from Moon’s operatives. Bush has refused to say how much he was paid for the speech in Buenos Aires or others in Asia and the United States. Link

Moon’s Mass Marriages/Blessings


Being the world’s savior, (in his mind of course) Moon preached that no one can enter Heaven without his explicit blessing. However, he is only willing to bless married couples, which is where those Guinness Book mass weddings come in. In a Moonie marriage, the choice of a partner is handled for you. Church elders make the seemingly-random selections by pairing up photos of prospective brides and grooms. Sometimes the lucky couples wind up with a common spoken language. Sometimes not.

They meet for the first time during the week leading up to the wedding day, often on the day of the ceremony itself. The event is so big that it has to be held in a sports arena or stadium, complete with a closed-circuit video feed on the Jumbotron.

Because of these antics and his blasphemous theology, you might expect that Moon would be shunned by respected Christian leaders. Which he is, sometimes. For instance, Jerry Falwell told Esquire magazine in 1978: “Reverend Sun Myung Moon is like the plague: he exploits boys and girls, and he should be exported. [sic] (Falwell later changed his mind when he was the recipient of a large monetary gift from Moon.)

This negative general attitude posed a significant problem for the Unification Church. Its goal is the absorption of every national government and competing religious faith. Which is a tall order, considering the horrible reputation the church has earned over the years. But Moon is nothing if not determined. Yet Moon infiltrated and neutralized the negative feelings simply by spreading around his wealth wherever it was needed in the phony rightwing.

In Part 17, we’ll look at Moon’s coronation in the Dirksen Senate office building in 2004, as well as those who benefited most from Moon’s largess and what it gained for him.


Enemies on The Left, False Friends on the Right – Part 5

“Only if we desire to know the truth and desire it fervently can we stand to be told that we the people are public enemy number one. If, on the other hand, we are too far gone to accept the truth, we shall continue to lose the little freedom and property we have left. This is a promise!” The Don Bell Report 

The number one mover and shaker in the Council for National Policy was Paul Weyrich, albeit there were others with more money and power, the Coors family, and Richard Mellon Scaife, heir to the Carnegie Mellon fortune. The latter has just announced he is dying from incurable cancer. First, let’s take a look at the founder of Heritage Foundation and his affiliations. Mr. Weyrich wielded such power, and had so many organizations, that I’m only able to skim the surface of his many involvements.

Please understand that I’m writing this series to make people aware that all those great sounding rightwing groups have hidden agendas and affiliations with the Communist left and the shadow government of the CFR. We must know our enemies. In doing so, we can counter their efforts with the truth.

Paul Weyrich


Paul M. Weyrich was born in 1942 and died in 2008. He was allegedly an American religious conservative and figurehead of the New Right. The latter has nothing to do with old-right Constitutional conservatives. The New Right is made up of neo-con Trotskyites and corporate fascists. They masquerade as “moderate” Republicans. See Part 3 of this series.

Weyrich was the Grand Poobah of the Council for National Policy. He was on the CNP Board of Governors in 1982 and 1996, and was the CNP Secretary-Treasurer as well as being on the Executive Committee in 1984-1985 and 1988. The Executive Committee decides who can become a member, and who can be an invited guest. He co-founded the conservative think tanks, the Heritage Foundation, the Free Congress Foundation, and the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). He coined the term “Moral Majority“, the name of the political action group Moral Majority that he co-founded in 1979 with fellow CNP charter member, Jerry Falwell.

The Heritage Foundation

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As major founder of the Heritage Foundation, Paul Weyrich served as the first president in 1973-1974. Funding came from Joseph Coors, and Richard Mellon Scaife.   Here is a list of Heritage’s top funders today, along with their board of trustees. Note that Carthage Foundation, Sarah Scaife Foundation, and Scaife Family Foundation are all Richard Mellon Scaife foundations. Here is Weyrich’s own story of how he and Joe Coors worked together to create Heritage Foundation.

In 1971, Joseph Coors along with Jack Wilson and Paul Weyrich, founded Analysis and Research Inc., to establish a political research entity, that being Heritage Foundation. CNP member, Joe Coors donated the first-year Heritage budget of $250,000 for 1973 from the coffers of the Coors Corporation, and for the next two years gave $200,000. He then pledged $15,000 per month, but eventually gave more. Coors and Weyrich set up the Committee for the Survival of a Free Congress, which evolved into the Free Congress Foundation, to carry out political activities, and the Heritage Foundation as a tax exempt educational research entity.

The Coors company provided Heritage Foundation with $20,000 per month during the foundation’s first year. Weyrich was Heritage president until February 28, 1974.

The Free Congress Foundation Board of Directors included Weyrich who was an ardent supporter of the Society for the Protection of Tradition, Family and Property (more on them later) and Charles Moser, an editorial adviser to a publication that praises the Nazi Waffen SS.

Weyrich, who for years represented the ongoing political interests of the Coors family in Washington, DC, sponsored and worked closely with convicted Austrian Nazi collaborator, Laszlo Pasztor, a Hungarian-American who was employed at Free Congress Foundation, the political arm of Heritage Foundation. Pasztor’s Coalitions of the Americas was housed as a subsidiary of the Free Congress Foundation. The Coors and Scaife-funded Heritage Foundation co-sponsored a 1989 forum with a pro-Nazi group, the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations.

In Martin Lee’s book, The Beast Reawakens, he refers to Pasztor as Weyrich’s right hand man:

“In addition to homegrown agitators who dredged up anti-Semitic motifs that harkened back to the 1930s, some countries had to contend with groups that were led or supported by pro-fascist exiles who repatriated from the West where they had carried on as vocal anti-Communists during the Cold War, often with CIA support. The Free Congress Foundation, founded by American far right strategist Paul Weyrich, became active in eastern European politics after the Cold War. Figuring prominently in this effort was Weyrich’s right-hand man, Laszlo Pasztor, a former leader of the pro-Nazi Arrow Cross organization in Hungary, which had collaborated with Hitler’s Reich. After serving two years in prison for his Arrow Cross activities, Pasztor found his way to the United States, where he was instrumental in establishing the ethnic-outreach arm of the Republican National Committee.”

In the 1970s, Weyrich and Coors made appointments and set up political contacts on Capitol Hill for one Franz Joseph Strauss, Bavarian Head of State who helped émigré Nazi collaborators. Another fascist, Roger Pearson, writer and organizer for the Nazi Northern League of Northern Europe joined the editorial board of Policy Review (Heritage’s monthly publication) in 1977. The following brief mention of Roger Pearson on the British Eugenics Society web site is an indicator of his abiding contribution to pure racial breeding:

“Hans K. Gunther, a Nazi anthropologist and eugenicist… was assisted by Roger Pearson of the Eugenics Society, an important figure on the racist journal, Mankind Quarterly… Mankind Quarterly is a racist journal still pumping out venom in 1994, still influenced by Roger Pearson. Josef Mengele’s co-researcher at Auschwitz, Von Verschuer, was on the editorial advisory board of this journal before his death in 1970.”

The Northern League merged newsletters with Britons Publishing Company, an anti-Semitic publisher and a major distributor of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. It was theosophist, and Russian occultist, Yuliana Glinka, who cooked up the Protocols, and she was the companion and coordinator for Madam Helena Blavatsky‘s Theosophical Society. Link All anti-Semitics, please refrain from writing to me.

The Policy Review was then published by the Hoover Institute whose members include Ed Meese, CFR Condi Rice, and NAFTA’s Richard Allen. It was discontinued in 2013.

Pearson’s racialist theories are still circulated worldwide by neo-Nazi and white supremacist organizations. Pearson was a recipient of white supremacist and pro-eugenics grants from Pioneer Fund to the tune of a million dollars. One of the funds’ founders was former Senator Jesse Helms, 33rd degree mason, and Council for National Policy charter member.

To get a sense of how revolutionary the political fight for power in the U.S. was then, and still is today, we need to look at a few quotes from what has been dubbed, “Paul Weyrich’s Teaching Manual,” the Free Congress Foundation’s strategic plan on how to gain control of the government of the U.S. Written by Eric Heubeck, and titled, “The Integration of Theory and Practice: A Program for the New Traditionalist Movement.” The document is no longer available at the Free Congress Foundation’s website for obvious reasons. The excerpts explain why the Dominionists are winning; the tactics they endorse are sheer Machiavellian:

Paraphrased here are the four immoral principles of the Dominionist movement as the following:

1) Falsehoods are not only acceptable, they are a necessity. The corollary is: The masses will accept any lie if it is spoken with vigor, energy and dedication. (Doesn’t this sound like the Third Reich’s Goebbels who said, “If you repeat a lie often enough people will believe it.”)

2) It is necessary to be cast under the cloak of “goodness” whereas all opponents and their ideas must be cast as “evil.”

3) Complete destruction of every opponent must be accomplished through unrelenting personal attacks. (This is an Alinsky tactic, as are others.)

4) The creation of the appearance of overwhelming power and brutality is necessary in order to destroy the will of opponents to launch opposition of any kind.

Huebeck goes on to say,  “There will be three main stages in the unfolding of this movement. The first stage will be devoted to the development of a highly motivated elite able to coordinate future activities. The second stage will be devoted to the development of institutions designed to make an impact on the wider elite and a relatively small minority of the masses. The third stage will involve changing the overall character of American popular culture.

And just what are they changing it into?

According to Jeffrey Sharlet, Hitler’s Mein Kampf and William L. Shirer’s The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich are studied as textbooks in a particular leadership training group he wrote about in Harper’s Magazine. Link

Paul Weyrich wrote an article in 1987 entitled, “A Conservative’s Lament.” In it he stated, “If we are going to be a serious nation, we need a serious system for selecting our leaders and advisors. We need some type of shadow government, in which leaders and top advisors can be identified and developed, and through which our politics can be better focused on policy choices. The world is a professional league, and we cannot win fielding amateur teams.”  What does he think the CFR is? Of course he loved the parliamentary form of government.

In Part 6, we’ll continue looking at Heritage Foundation and their UN connections, NAFTA, and the Health Care mandate. Please remember that I’m simply skimming the surface of these people involved with the Council for National Policy. Throughout the rest of this series, Heritage Foundation is at the center of the Council for National Policy.