This is a grotesque but accurate representation
of the vile, ugly and brutal Bolshevik revolutionary, Leon
Trotsky, whose intellectual disciples evolved into the ruling
elite in hard-line Zionist “neo-conservative”
circles in America today. How “left wing” Trotskyite
elements rose to power in the United States by infiltrating
the “right wing”— while working to eviscerate
traditional American nationalism — is part of the
amazing panorama outlined in The Judas Goats.
Meet the Judas Goats. . .*
. . .The
two-legged kind are far worse than the four-legged kind . . .
. . .“A Judas Goat is a term
used to describe a trained goat used at a slaughterhouse and in
general animal herding. The Judas goat is trained to associate with
sheep or cattle, leading them to a specific destination.
. . .“In stockyards, a Judas
goat will lead sheep to slaughter, while its own life is spared.
Judas goats are also used to lead other animals to specific pens
and onto trucks. The term Judas Goat is derived from a biblical
reference to Judas Iscariot [who betrayed Jesus Christ to the Pharisees].
. . .“The phrase has also been
used to describe a goat that is used to find feral goats that are
targeted for eradication. The Judas Goat is outfitted with a transmitter,
painted red and then released. The goat then finds the remaining
herds of wild goats, allowing hunters to exterminate them.
—From Wikipedia, the Internet encyclopedia.
. . .“. . .Lambs
were being led by a Judas goat into the chute. Two workers stood
at the end, jolting the animals with enough electricity to render
them brain dead. In an instant, prongs at the sheep's brains and
in the fleece near their hearts delivered a zap that collapsed them,
after which they were handed through . . . to the kill floor. The
Judas goats . . . then returned to the pens, where they collected
another batch of sheep.”
—From:“A Slaughter House Tour”
. . .*With a special
apology to the four-legged goats from the author — who loves
all four-legged animals, including goats — for using this
fitting term in the title of this book, which focuses on the two-legged