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by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

I recently read an article in the July 22nd issue of the New American magazine by William F. Jasper about CFR ties to what passes for the news media in this country today. Such ties are rather extensive and they are not only visible on the left side of the political spectrum, but they go all across the board.

Jasper noted one Richard Harwood, who, back in 1993, wrote an article called Ruling Class Journalists “…in which he confirmed the existence of the Deep State, the unelected, unaccountable permanent government that has usurped control over our country.”

Harwood, in his article, pointed the finger at the CFR, and he corrected observed that it is “the nearest thing we have to a ruling establishment  in the United States.” Jasper tells us that “Harwood, who was himself a CFR member…

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John W. Whitehead, Constitutional Attorney

“Since when have we Americans been expected to bow submissively to authority and speak with awe and reverence to those who represent us? The constitutional theory is that we the people are the sovereigns, the state and federal officials only our agents. We who have the final word can speak softly or angrily. We can seek to challenge and annoy, as we need not stay docile and quiet.”—Justice William O. Douglas, dissenting, Colten v. Kentucky, 407 U.S. 104 (1972)

Forget everything you’ve ever been taught about free speech in America.

It’s all a lie.

There can be no free speech for the citizenry when the government speaks in a language of force.

What is this language of force?

Militarized police. Riot squads. Camouflage gear. Black uniforms. Armored vehicles. Mass arrests. Pepper spray. Tear gas. Batons. Strip searches. Surveillance cameras. Kevlar vests. Drones. Lethal weapons. Less-than-lethal weapons unleashed…

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by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

Over the decades the premier one world government organization in this country, the Council on Foreign Relations has had some “interesting” personalities as members.

One was Walter Lippmann, the socialist. Another was Dwight Eisenhower, former general and president. Naturally, another has been David Rockefeller. Another well-known one was Alger Hiss, the Soviet spy, who went on to help with the founding of the United Nations in 1945. Still another really “interesting” one, according to The New American magazine for September 16, 2019 was Jeffrey Epstein, who was, according to the New American a member of both the CFR and the Trilateral Commission. Epstein had, so it seems, lots of Deep State connections.

Author R. Cort Kirkwood noted of Epstein  “His relationship with the woman accused of procuring  girls for him and molesting them herself, Ghislane  Maxwell,  who is…

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Posted: September 14, 2019 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

“A short while ago, a friend of mine who is an ardent advocate in “social media” of the entire Second Amendment—including its first thirteen words, “[a] well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State”—related a verbal altercation he had with a proponent of the so-called “individual-right theory” of the Amendment, which focuses exclusively on its last fourteen words, “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” This fellow chided my friend on the grounds that, were “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms” tied in any manner whatsoever to the Militia, tens of millions of Americans now capable of exercising “the individual right” with respect to some (albeit not all) kinds of firearms could (and probably would) be denied a right to possess any firearms whatsoever, because they could (and probably would) be excluded from the Militia. Recognizing this complaint as the product of a variety of industrial-strength ignorance that afflicts all too many Americans today, I felt it incumbent upon me to post a rejoinder.”

Stolen from Kenny…


Anybody who is surprised that government-owned media tout the government line probably doesn’t belong on this website. From Edward Curtin at

Back in the 1960s, the CIA official Cord Meyer said the agency needed to “court the compatible left.” He knew that drawing liberals and leftists into the CIA’s orbit was the key to efficient propaganda. Right-wing and left-wing collaborators were needed to create a powerful propaganda apparatus that would be capable of hypnotizing audiences into believing the myth of American exceptionalism and its divine right to rule the world. The CIA therefore secretly worked to influence American and world opinion through the literary and intellectual elites.

Frances Stonor Saunders comprehensively covers this in her 1999 book, The Cultural Cold War: The CIA And The World Of Arts And Letters, and Joel Whitney followed this up in 2016 with Finks: How the CIA Tricked the World’s Best…

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Fred: Unused Militaries

Posted: September 12, 2019 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

Bolton, McMaster, and the Council on Foreign Relations

Posted: September 12, 2019 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized


by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

Well, Donald Trump finally had the good sense to fire John Bolton, the man who never saw a war he didn’t love as long as he could get US troops into it. If Bolton had his way this country would have been involved in regime change and wars in thirty places around the world and he would have loved every minute of it. A typical neo-con and also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Trump needed him as a National Security Advisor like he needed another hole in the head. But, then, the man CFR member Bolton replaced, H. R. McMaster, was also a member of the CFR. And the CFR is noted for having a Deep State, Globalist point of view, so people from that organization are the last thing Trump needs in his administration…

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You probably shouldn’t sue someone for calling you a liar if you can’t produce the evidence you say you have that would prove that you’re telling the truth. From Onar Am at

The Supreme Court of British Columbia recently dismissed a defamation lawsuit by celebrity climate scientist Dr. Michael Mann against global warming skeptic climatologist Dr. Tim Ball. Mann must pay the full legal costs to the defendant. The ruling is explosive because it means that Ball’s claim that Mann was a scientific fraudster is now supported by the court.


In 1999, Mann published a 1000-year-long global temperature reconstruction from tree rings that severely undercut the then-accepted knowledge of climate. IPCC’s 1995 Second Assessment Report acknowledged that it was warmer during the Medieval Warm Period than today and that a significant cooling called the Little Ice Age followed and lasted until the end of the 19th

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On Food, by the Hardscrabble Farmer

Posted: September 1, 2019 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized


A real farmer explains how real food is made. From the Hardscrabble Farmer at

Before you read the rest of this piece I encourage you to read the links below.

“When you are faced with food that has been sterilized, fumigated, hydrogenated, hydrolyzed, homogenized, colored, bleached, puffed, exploded, defatted, degermed, texturized, or if you don’t know what has been done to it, the safest rule is not to eat it.” Helen Nearing

Every morning after coffee, seven days a week I drive into the neighboring towns to make my run for food wastes. My wife refers to it as the slop run, but more than three quarters of what we pick up comes in the form of unopened or completely untouched food that until the previous evening had been on the supermarket shelf priced for consumers; produce, baked goods, and prepared foods. On a…

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The Bolshevik Revolution–Mostly Made In America

Posted: September 1, 2019 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized


by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

Most folks who look at the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia think it was totally carried out by Russians revolting against the cruelty of the Czar. If that is what you believe then you are wrong on both counts. What’s more, you were probably lied to on both counts.

Arthur Thompson, in his informative book In the Shadows of the Deep State  has given us a bit of history that I can almost guarantee you will never read in your “history” books–so called.

He notes: “As with many historical ‘facts’ most of what Americans know about the communist revolution in Russia is mythology. The reality is that a mere handful of Russian communists were successful against the entire country of Russia and its population as a result of the help of prominent people in America, Britain, and Germany, not…

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